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Title: Everglades News
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Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Belle Glade ; Canal Point, Fla.
Publication Date: September 6, 1946
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
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"-The Truly Disf'n' uished Mind

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September 6, 19-Ii PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDIN



CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY


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Last Rites Held Power Company's Undergo Operations I Hospital Board'Renews

RECENT For Robert O. Stacy At Mayo Clinic '

Radio Station Is Its Lease

OPERATIONS Robert 0 Stacy, 75, a resident Anderson Chastain of Canal

-- ... of Lake Harbor for nine years, Point was operated on at Mayo
Well Under Without RiderThe
died Monday afternoon at a Paho- Way
By Paul Rardin Clinic in Rochester, Minn., on Aug.
kee ho pital, He was born at
I 30 and is well
getting along as as
Middltton, Tenn., and came to
Construction is well under Western Palm Beach County
Lake Harbor from Arkansas. way can be expected Doctors there -

School begins! rd like to take Survivors include his wife, Mol- toward completion of Florida< say that it will be three months Hospital District board, operat-

this opportunity to extend cordial lie: two sons, J. D. Stacy, Clewis- Power and Light Company's before Mr. Chutain will be active ing the Everglades Memorial Hospital -

welcome to all of the new teach- ton, and R. O. Stacy, Jr., Lake Glades F. M. Radio Telephone I again. He was in the clinic three : in Pahokee, was successful

ers in the Everglades. I am positive Harbor; four daughters, rrs. H. Station. The Company is installing I weeks before the serious back ope- I at the last moment in renewing a

that you'll like living here M. Mathews, Belle Glade, and the I, its main transmitter on the ration. J. L. McCord of Coral lease with the owner of the hos-

with us. You'll like teaching in Misses Julie, Curfay and Letha East side of Pahokee-Belle Glade !Gables, brother.in.law of Mr. pital building, rrs. Estelle Wooten,

Palm Beach county schools. III Stacy, all of Lake Harbar: also onestepson I Road, opposite the City Ice and i Chastain was operated on this without the undesirable rider

C. H. Throop, Belle Glade.Berry's Fuel Company's plant, south of week for high blood pressure. His I clause which the owner of the
fact, just as soon as you get ac- I
quainted, it's going to be mighty Funeral Home at Paho- Pahokee. The transmitting and ; was a very serious operation, Mrs. building had said must be signed

kee was in charge and burial was receiving tower consists of a steel McCord and rrs. Chastain are in before she would sign the lease.
hard for to leave these parts. I
you made at Port rayaca Wednesday mast 155 feet tall, with a gas filled I Rochester with their hu bands. Last week's Everglades News

afternoon. They drove from Canal Point. carried a full and complete story
Football! With the beginning ot antenna at its peak and connected
I . to the transmitter with I in regard to the rider clause or
school there comes that outstand- -- a highly I .-.
working agreement which was be-
modern Co-Axial cable. This mast
ing sport-football. This year'sschedule ,
for the Pahokee Blue I Channel Hearing will be guyed withstand winds 39 Blue Devils In ing forced upon the board if the

Devils looks like they might windup J of hurricane force. Another mast, ; hospital was to continue in its

the season with several losses 85 feet tall is being erected close present location. Members of the

chalked up against them. It's a Postponed Until ? to the Pahokee State Farmers Training For Fall board had made up their minds
that the hospital would be betttr
which will be remote
:Market a re-
little early to do any prognosticating -
'em ceiving point. A telephone line Grid off closed than to accept terms of
but Coach Alley didn't cull Schedule
The hearing on a channel to Pa- the working agrt'ement. Plans
will connect this receiving point
when he made this season'sschedule.
up hokee scheduled for the ninth of
were tentatively made to close the
with the main sending and receiving -
He took 'em as they
October has been in- I
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postponed
hospital at the termination of the
I unit at the Company's office,
birty-nine Pahokee foot ball
came and as a result there are definitely, according to word re-
lease on Monday of this week.
some tough nuts to crack this fall. ceived from the office of the just south of Pahokee. The General I huskies have been taking some
At the last minute reconsideration -
Electric Company is now in rather rough treatment on Lair
United States John
Engineers. I the of the building
Farming Season at Hand! Tract- Dulany was in the midst of pre- the process of completing the in- field this week, following two on part
about
ora are humming and trucks are paring a brief for presentation at stallation. The equipment located weeks training at Lake Osborne owner brought the board would an agreementwhereby sign the

already busy hauling seed and fer- the hearing when the official noti- in the office will be known as the under the watchful eye of head "no attached"
lease with strings
tlUzer. Before you know it the fication came through in regard to Fixed StaU >n. Seven members ot coach Clyde Alley. The coach said
The new lease cans for occupancy
buyers will be drawing numbers the p09tponement. Glades' Company Staff are being yesterday that he had an unusually
ot the building by the hospital for
out of hats for the fancy cars of The official announcement is as trained to operate the Fixed Sta- large squad out for practice and .

Nan Folk are returning to the follows: "O\\ing to the curtailment tion. : that it begins to look like the ma- a period of two.years.McIntosh. .

farm section and familiar loafing of War Department activities Three Glades line trucks will be I jority of the youngsters will stick

haunts are fast filling up with in keeping with the economy pro- equipped with two way mobile it out. Car In

those who farm from benches. gram of the President of the radio telephone setS. The truck At the foot ball camp the Blue

United States, the public hearing sets will cover an area thirty miles I Devils consumed a lot of food-in-

originally scheduled to be held on in diameter, while the Fixed Sta- I eluding two beeves furnished Crash With Train

Teachers In Pahokee the above subject in the City Hall, tion will have a radius of 100 miles. i from the ranch of Sam Chastain.

Pahokee, F1a., at 1:00 p. m., Eastem I. The station at the office will be Conveniences were as good as
High School I rrs. M. McIntosh -
Standard Time, Wednesday, able to communicate with all of 1 could be expected, the coach said, Barry daughter

Oct. 9, 1946, is postponed indefi- its line and trouble trucks in the and the many workouts given the Annette and son Kenneth, and

D. D. Caudill, Principal.Mrs. nitely." field, having ample power to reach I boys will prove of great benefit in frs. McIntosh's mother, frs.
Mathis of Panama City, miracu-
J. R. York, Assistant
65 miles of ter-
. any point in the early season game.
death last Friday
Principal and Mathematics. ritory served by the Glades Dis- The Blue Devils open the fall lously escaped

CI'de Alley, Coach, Physical Upthegrove Market trict Office. Thus it will expedite grid season with Ponce de Leon night when their automobile wag
in a crash with a railroad train ata
Educa tion. the reaching of trouble calls and high school in Miami on the night
Has New Owners small town near Barn<'c\'Ule.
L ewe 11 Garrison, Assistant emergencies in all types of weather. of Sept. 21. As a rule all opening -
- Georgia. 'frs. McIntosh and the
Coach And Social Stu ies. I IUpthegro"e games are played at home but .
I Market, established party were returning from a vacation
Mrs. Myrtle Colson English. Trucks will communicate with this sea90n's schedule is an ex-
Phillip Brooks, Vocational Ag. many years ago in Pahokee by in Kentucky when the acci-
each other In the field, as well as ception.
Mrs, Ruth Cisendaner, Com- "Uncle Jim" Upthegrove, hag been dent happentd. Mrs. McIntosh Is
mercial. old by him to Osceola and Elmer with the office and through this .. the wife of the Pahokre bank pres-
coordination more rapidly restore
Robert Lampi, Band Director. (Dabs Upthegrove, two of his or Coach Alley Tells ident.
emergencies
service during I Complete details of the accident
The took
Ned Kocher, Mathemati's nephews. new owners
heavy weather. During a windstorm : Of Foot Ball were not available in Pahoket' this
the first of and Prospect
Barbara McNamara, Spanish, over on August advantage !
it will be a tremendous week but 'fr. McIntosh said that
Osceola's vacation from the
En lish. during after the failure of telephone .
of the
the four car en
Jane Mitchell, Girls' Physical I post office in Canal Point they communication. It will permit Coach Clyde Alley of Pahokee occupants
without scratch while the
EJ. gave the store a complete going high school told Rotarians yester- caged a
and line supervisorypersonnel
office
the car was demo1ist.ed. Mrs fcIn-
Constance Smith, Home Eco- over, painting and rearranging the to keep in touch with all :. day noon that prospects are "fair"for tosh and the others continued to
.tock. a winning team this season.
nomics.
truck units in the field during her mothf'r's home in Panama City
Mary Solick, Science. The new owners have many Coach Alley told of events that
ouch an emergenc for a few day before coming on to
Mrs, Phara Mock, English, friends who are happy to know I The Glades station is one of ten .: happened while 39 youngsters were Pahokte. Several weeks will bf"
La tin. that they are in business for them- I 'I on the preseason camp at Lake
being installed over the Company'sstate necessary to get parts for the ca'
selves. Many Canal Point people Osborne. He introduced his assist-
Mrs. Ilttta Kautz, School Secretary. -
wide electric system, making and repair it. Mr. McIntosh ald.
I have been driving to Pahokee to !it po.ible to communicate with ant. uWrlln Garrison who arrivedlast -- .
FLF.MENT.iRV SCHOOL .trade with o.cf'ola." He returned week to join the Pahokee high
virtually every portion of their
Mrs. Sue Shirley, Grade 1 I to the post office on Sept. 1. at electric systtm. This will be done school staff of instructors. Two New Members

1Jrs. Amanda Jernigan, Grade 1 I the end of his 30 day vacation and either directly or by relay between i .. Received By Lions

Miss Rtba henry, Grade 2 i the store is being operated hy the eleven Fixed Stations. The Miami I
"Babs". Howt\'er. Osceola will be II Pastor UndergoesOperationinChicago
Mrs. Myrtle Johnson, Grade 2 Station hu operated for the I l. well Carrisn new assistant
Douthit Grade 3 around during the evening and
Cleo ,
"frs.
past year. In addition a portable I coach and social studlt instructor
Miss Elizabeth Caraway. Grad I : Saturday niJht. transmitter has been received 90 at Pahoktt High School and A. C.
i The boys bought the store fixtures -
Alma Wortham, Grade 4 .
Mrs. that it may be moved into a storm i Re\ William T Blair pastor of Santos were received as M" memhers
: stock and lot on which the
Mrs. Sarah Thomas, Grade 5Mr. I II stricken area, not covered by one 1 the Canal Pont! Methodist Church of the Pahokt't Lions Club

Charlotte Walston, Grade 5Mrs. I building is locatfd. Their many of the eleven Fixed Stations. I: : underwent an appendectomy at I at the Tuesday luncheon mttUng.wu .
fri*!1,1qtilJ wish them success in
Tommy Ln DuBose Grade 6 will also be used to supplement Wesley Memorial lIospib1. Chi- It announced that the UM

Mrs. Frances Harlow, Grade 6 heir new venture. Fixed Stations or to provide better I cago. Ill. on Tuesday of last week board of directors will mttt at tM

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--...-- He b' acre ill on Sunday and was on
tions. A spectacular preview or accompanied by 3.frs Blair to at Sp.m.
Canal Point SchoolTeachers
New Rotarian II I the effectiveness of such a radio I Chicago for the operation. r..r---

I system WI seen and appreciated I TO FILL U.\I'l1 T l'rU'JT

Eo C Carnell.Sara was welcomed in Ue Miami area during the storm !

into the Pabokee Rotary club 1rs. WUma unCf, Principal Cot September 15. IP45 and the service lion, Ft Lauderdale, West Palm Rev. B. T Bttkam of Grttn

as a new member yestU(1) He I First Grade restoration period immtdiattIy Beach, Ft. Pierce, Pahokee Cocoa Con Springs will fill the pulpit at

was introduced by Will Jernigan.Mr. Mrs. Lucille Dtlloya Second following Daytona Beach Pwtka. Sarasota the Car.al Point Baptist church

Carnen.Sara and Mr. JerniIan Mrs. Marvel Griffith Third The F\xl'd Station, haVing a 100 and Punta Corea. It 11 expected Sunday morning and nirht. The

are luodattd with the Bryant Yrs. Clara Mauru Fourth miles radius, will bf located It Miami the Glades station mill be in opetrutfon sermons art scheduled for 11 .. m.

rltntatlon of the sugar rompuy. Mrs. Vivian )4frttr, Ptfth Sixth Dwa Steam Electric Sh- about September 11. and 6 p. In.Esfa6istied .



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Page Two The Everglades fl'ea's, Canal Point, Florida Friday.Septembtt 6. IMS
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THE EVERGLADES NEWTS r
Andrew Jackson i
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Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Was Versatile! BERRY FUNERAL HOME

Established 1924 Published Every Frida .I

Subscription Price 52,00 Year In Advance When Andrew Jackson was !
Ambulance Service
twitted on his poor spelling
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office
some 100 years ago, he Is supposed -
In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter. to han made this char- Pahokee
Ph 2301 Belle Glade Ph 247
acteristic reply: 'Well, sir it'sa
Paul Rardin Editor and Publisher damned poor mind that can'tthink
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of more than one way to
Signs spell a word!" Another tale
hai it that Jaekson's spelling
At a muddy crossroad corner: "Choose your rut carefully gave birth to the expression "0 1 --
- 'ou'll be in it twenty miles-Clewiston Xews K." Jackson thought, so goes i I

the story, tAaU corrtd" was I i
How About Barking? spelled 'orl korrect." hence he

A man brought a cocker spaniel to a veterinarian and for u..oo these O. K.word as the tithen abbreviation he ap- The Farming ,

ordered him to cut off the dog's tail. "I want it all off," he proud state lXlpers.

aid, "so that not even a hair of the tail remains."

"Sorry," the vet replied "I couldn't do that to a dog Why '
should you want to cut the tail from an innocent little dog?" Many Millions For i Season :

"My mother-in-law visiting us next month," the man Canning Facilities

replied, "and I want to eliminate any possible sign or indi-

cation of welcome." Zephyrhills News LAKELA D-A recent survey I

by the Florida Canners Association IS NOW APPROACHING 'VE ARE !
Hurricne indicates that no less than $12-

This is the season when Floridians begin to speculate as 000,000 pansion is of being canning spent and in processing the ex- READY WITH OUR FARM ARES

to whether we'Il have another hurricane Quite probably facilities in the state.

'ou'\'e already heard such speculation this season and even The survey showed that at least I
speculated a little 'ourself. three plants have spent or are
Well, everybody hopes against hurricane dangers and de- spending approximately $1,500,000

struction, but Floridians cannot feel that they are securel apiece in preparation for the coming Indications are bright that "ye will
season, that a dozen others are
into mother season until they are well into October.
making improvements that will
Hurricanes have a way of rushing across Florida right at run from a quarter to more than have a busy. fall season in the farming -
the end of the season when Floridians have already begun a million dollars, and that most of

welcoming tourists and harvesting citrus.-Lakeland Ledger the rest are making smaller expenditures business. Fanners will be need-
which are designed to
keep processes up to date and toprovide Seeds Fertilizers Insecticides
A Federal LavA improved working condi- ing ,
Crowd of people, most of them negroes, met at the tions. .
Lincoln memorial in Washington and asked President Tru- I! Fift-se\'en plant put up Florida and 0018. lost of our supplies are

man to convene congress to enact legislation to make lynching citrus products last season, when I
a federal offen e. The Georgia lynching of two negro a record pack of 49,000,000 cases I now reaching our .arehouse. To be
has was turned out and at least five
men and two negro women was simply murder. Georgia I
laws to punish murder and has officers to run down mur- new processors will be in the field I sure you are not caught napping bet- I
this season, records of the Canners
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murderers not arrested and punished
derers. If these arc
Georgia will stand before the country as a state where the Association indicate.-... tel' see us no\\y and place your orders.

law is impotent to punish unspeakably flagrant and heinous J. Martin Conner of Lake Butler

crime. spent the weekend in Pahokt'e3' ,
And the forces that demand a federal anti-I 'nching hw iting his son-in.taw and daughter.Mr. I

would be able to say to congress: You see that men have and Mrs. Graham Mole.M.1N1Ab.

not been punished who have been guilty of the worst of

I'nchings, a lynching for which no pustification could be Classified Ads KILGORE SEED CO.

urged even under the lynching code If the Georgia lyncher f ;

are not punished, Georgia may have to answer to the whole i i
South for a federal anti-lynching law-and for all that such Pahokee Belle Glade I I
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tanks
and
law would for increased submerging of sou\'ereign grease traps
a portend cleaned and Phone
federal author- repaired. Phone 3201 Phone 106FARMERS ::1
in
overpowering
and self-governing states an 3872, Bob Douthit, Pahokee. M17
-Little Rock (Ark. Gazette.) -- I
FOR SALE: Fine display of New
and reconditioned trailers. Small
Orlando Finds Out
down payment balance like rent.
. Orlando is finding out that through highways which by'pass We have three lots and carry a
the central business section are costl '-to the central Seventy-five thousand doll a r s I

business section. The City Beautiful is also finding out the stock, we surely can solve your ,, i I

hard way that a failure to provide offstreet parking in the housing problem. Arthur Trailer
main business district causes business to move to outlying Sales, East main St Pahokee.
suburbs. Open from 10 a. m. M 9 p. m. : !
areas and the
dally Including Sunday, tfch
Ocala is now about to adopt a master plan to guide the

future development of the cit)", One of the chief needs of WORK7EO for new '; yard
the city is to so plan itself that traffic problems will not unit dragline R. W Salis, Lake
damage. the existing business area. Placid, F1a., Gen. De1i\'el}'. S20p : : HERE IS WHAT YOU HirE ,

There is a very heavy investment in our business district. FOR S.\LE-one TD Six International LONG BEEN WAITING FOR
The traffic problem should be so handled that it will not Crawler also one T Six :. !II
cause the district to lose busins and lose in property 'alu- first 1a.s3 mechanical condition I
ations. Hull Packing Company Phone I. Just received a consignment of truck i i

How to handle the tremendous increase in traffic, now 251. S20ch I I I,

and in the future, and at the same time to protect our busi- FOR RENT: 320 acres in Se:. 10, TARPAULINS !
ness center is our chief problem.-Ocala Star-Banner. also 580 acres In Sec. I, beth in I :. i :
Tap 43, range 37, East Shire These of the i
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Fresh Fish By Air erauon en route to market, but Drainage District excellent drain- coated to keep out the rains, eyed and roped, to :
will not be frozen. Experiments age, see J. L. Brackin opposite .
Is Taylor County Plan are in progress by the State Farm- Everglades Migratory camp or A. : permit of close fastening These covers run in ;

ers' Markets and the State Extension N. Kenney, Gene3eO, N. Y. S13c sizes of 15x20 feet, 7x9 feet. Better get yours

PERRY-Plnu were completed Service in pre-packaging DRY CORN for gale! See R. B. now while in stock.
here last week for shipment by vegetables which would be suitable Iackey or W. A Stevens tn Pa-
for airborne
shipment.
air of fresh Florida fish in lots of -. hoket. S6pd You will also want some field equipment such

5,000 rounds as C. A. Korbty and 11.\\'E OI'ENING for young man as Lanterns, rater kegs, hoes, shovels, rakes and
I. M. Herzog of Florida-Alr, Dany Todd
not attending school, apply in other odd implements.
Tampa md Art dyofSht'ppard person' Jack Chastain, City Market -
Fisheries, Perry, signed contracts Miss Hazel Todd and Lawrence Pahokee. (St. A3Oc7D !:.
for pilot lot to go out a." soon at Dan)', both of Pahokee were mar- For the housewives-We have Aluminum
suitable packages can be obtained, ried in vest Palm Beach on Saturday \\'.\:\ : White woman to do 1 Roasters, and other kitchen ware, a large assort-
probably early next month. Aug. 31, The vows were light house work and care for : ment of Porcelain Ware, Stainless Steel Silver
Korbly, speaking before the read by the justice of peace tht're. baby will provide room and board : ware, something niftr.
Taylor County Chamber of Commerce I The bride daughter of Mr. and i and salar)'. Mrs. M. I. Keen, phone ; !
meeting. said "Packagin, ; Irs. R. P rNld of Ddray Beach II 2331. Pahokt't' S13pJ I
b the main problem in airborne ; has been Jployt'd for the past You will always find a generous supply or
of stafoods with 2t M cashier at the> In- TO Tin OWxtl s of 1945 Paho
shipment as vegetables years general hardware merchandise and building ma-
and other perishablt's." d! dust rial Life Insurance office :inPahokee. kee Annuals. I have misplaced
The st'afoodi are to he hipped : Mr. Dan,, formerly of mine It yours hu Bettt' Pickett's terials for repair3
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from the> Perry Air Base. which i i Richmond 1'a., Is employed tn name in front please inform. Can
also to tit' the site of a State> Farm clerk at the Pahokl'e rostofflce. 12051 or 5,0. Patoket. SI3ch I
frs' Market being set uI' for operation Following a two week wedding
I FOr: SALT:: For sale or rent.
next year Preadent Joe trip to Virginia where they will !
I house trailer can be seen at I II
Ccales, Jr.. of the Taylor County visit his parents the ('ouplei11 IIETZNEII'S
Burch Trailer lot in Pahokt't. C. E. i iI
Chamber of Commerce, said that make their home in the E. A. Jen- I
I ilickerson Swain Groctr BelleGlade.
the shipment of fish by air would sea residence in Pahokee. }
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provide invaluable experience for TilE II.\HDWARE STORE
the aerial transportation of vegetables. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Wood FOR A )I.\U4do'l.11 payment and :
: Utburg were guests of her brother S1..3 per week you can buy a MAIN STREET HELtE GL.\HE, FLA.
The Wh, which will be shipped -in-law and si5ter Mr. and Mrs. '3. lh16 Goodrich Tire. HenderO.1
in consumer size packages, will oe !i Graham Mole, hen over tt week- Texaco Srr tee Station P.1hokttt.
pre(ooed and kept under rdrlb- en! Phone 3U1. ltcol j


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Newspaper Ads Dick Townsend rI

Build Market For Back In The County

COME IN AND SEE THE . '
Maine Potatoes
Dr. G R. Townsend, former I
plant pathologist at the Everglades II'

NEW YORK-Newspaper adver Experiment Station, has re- Mr. and Mrs E M. Peters announce Ne\vGE

Using in local markets was credited signed his position with the U. S. the birth of a son, Frank :

with changing the potato buying Department of Agriculture experi Handley at a Clewiston hospital
Beltsville, :Md. and 31.
habits of America housewives merit station at on Aug
purchased a home In West Palm Mr. and Mrs. R. Plank of Lake AlltoDlatie
and averting loss to Maine's potato -: Beach He expects to practice his Harbor announce the birth of 3-

crop when it was threatened profession in a private capacity daughter, Linda Lou, at the Everglades .

by wartime shortages of labor and in this area. Dr. Townsend was Memorial Hospital on Sept.

storage facilities, in the current is. at the Belle Glade station for 2. . .. Blanket
about 12 years He is a past president -
sue of "Advertising Facts, pub. :
of the Belle Glade Rotary Calhoun
li.5hed by the bureau of advertise club Frances Ruth

Ing of the American Newspaper . Has Birthday Party You'll be amazed at the wonderfully easy war it I
Publishers association
operates. Two control for two it ;
The bureau points out that this persons using
l\lrs. Walt Chaney Mrs Joseph Calhoun entertained -
program of consistent advertising at the J. G. Weeks home in at night. Each person merely sets the control i

has increased Maine potato grow-I Hurt In Car Wreck Canal Point last Friday afternoon for the desired amount of heat-it' just that !

ers' income sixfold over a period with her -
a party honoring daughter simple
of nine years Maine today, it Mrs Walt Chaney received a. Frances Ruth, on her fifth

says, Is the largest producer and fractured ankle and severe lacerations birthday anni\'ersary Games were I

marketer of white potatoes In the on the face and her daughter, enjoyed by all and eah guest was It is the ideal blanket for the sure.to.come chilly

country Mrs. Thelma Wood, suffered a presented with a party favor. nights. Be sure to see it \
The changing in buying habits knee injury in a car accident near Those attending were: Brenda : .

took place in 1943-44, the bureau Jasper, Fla., early Tuesday morn- Carter Linda Sowder Kay Dixon,
sets forth Ae series of 169.1ine I
ing of last week .
Josephine and Cornelia Pride,
ads was run weekly during December Mrs. Chaney and rrs. Wood
Brenda and Marlene Johnson, Bet-
1943 ,and January 1944, Pahokee Supply CO.
were enroute to Valdosta, Ga.. to ty Johnson, Betty and Imogene
In 198 newspapers in 121 eastern attend the funeral services of a i
Edenfield, S u z ann e Chastain, iI
cities Housewives were urged to crashed
relative when their car I
Elaine Weeks Jean Friend, Bar-
help avoid a crop loss by purchasing into a truck with a low trailer bara Snow, Theresa Pope, Alan 0 S. BACON AHOKEE i
50- and lOO-pound bags of potatoes without
body that was parked .
and Ray Jones, Gene Dixon, Richard i
Instead of the usual 5- or lights on the highway I t was iI
Weeks, Edwin Dannelly, Brian
10 pound bags just before dawn and the blinding I
Johnson, Misses Betty Jean Weth-
That season Maine shipped nearly of
lights an approaching car pre-
erington, Venera and Yvonne
500,000,000 bushels of potatoes, vented their the truck. The
seeing Weeks, Mrs. C. B. Jones, rrg. PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERS
nn all.time high The advertising in
riding was
light coupe they were
I Charles Jones, Mrs. Joe Edenfield,
'ost was $.0018 for each dollar ot demolished.
I completely Mrs. J. C. Sowder, rrs. E. B. John-
Income taken to the Little
They were son, Mrs. J, G. Weeks and Irs. l' it \ 1ti\i it ,i\i'ir f\'f.l\f fU I '!! \if\' iy'h' lP
The product development Griffin Hospital for treatment :Mrs.
Juanita Harlow
tising program began in 1937.adver-1 Thelma Woods has been dismissed '

Maine voted its first Industry from the hospital and rrs. Chaneyis NOTICE HERBERT'S Fine Clothes For

la\\ Ninety per cent of the advertising reported to be "getting along PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY I Men and Women

was concentrated in newspa- nicely." GIVEN that the partnership of I

pers. Money raised from more -.- Wilson and Thomas who operated I TAILORED TO MEASURE I

than 7,000 growers was turned over I I a business known as "Wilson and Have Your 1ldies' Clothes Tailored
to industry development, research JfU.\S' CII.\XUI.EIt IX "
Thomas Parking Company not C
MIAMI 1I0SPITLI Dr A Ian's Tailor
and promotion
I Incorporated, being located at
The nine.year newspaper advertising Lake Harbor, Florida, have dissolved -
program has been so successful I Julian Chandler of Pahokee i3I
partnership; and C A AL BELCHER
in Jackson Memorial hospital in
that Maine legislators will i I. Thomas has withdrawn from said
consider a bill next January to'' Miami where he underwent an Ope
I' and henceforth the
I. partnership: BOX 876 AHOKEE
place a similiar tax on shippers eration on one of his eyes this business shall be known as "W. R. I

and thus double their advertising i week The operation Itself was Wilson Packing Company:" and C.

budget, the bureau's folder de- successful but rl'sultsill not be A Thomas will not be connected

dares i iI I I I known for several weeks. with the said business In any re- - - .

_ u___ .. spect. ,
This July 12, 1946.C. I

A. Thomas

I Pub. Aug. 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, 19t6I
New B. F. Goodrich and SilrertownTIRES IIOIllOgeIliZtMIVitaiiiin ;
TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF TIIEFIFTEENTI1
U'DICI.\L CIRCUIT OFFLORID.
.\. IN AND FOR P.\L\
I 8E.\en COl' 'T\.
: Olive Colliver a widow, : : D Iilk

Plaintiff... : In Equity.vs. ,
: NJ. 22.252
OUT\n\I ItItEW\I TIRES : I
:1:16.00x16
Jonathan R. Ifolt rt a1. :

............... ............. 516.10 plus tax !i! OEtt'ndants.SOTICE TO \ppnRTO' -0--0.-
E. DO 4.l.n HOLT and I

Ground Grip) 6.00x16 .... 516.10 plus tax ,I IRENE 1066 west ORUB."UOIIIIOLT.Catalpa Street. his w11e. I I!
AVAILABLE AT YOUR
II Chl ago. Cook County. Illinois:

B F. Goodrich TRUCK TIRES I'I' RUBY ANDERSON a sIngle roman,
: ETHFoL ANDERSON a single woman, I GROCERY STORE
CLARENCE ANDERSON and
UUIEDI.\TE DtU\'tltr Thee Sizes 60h20 To 1100x22Ounvenient ;1 GERTRUDE ANDERSON hIs wife.

terms ran be arranged Rockford Wlnnebago County. : -0-.0-
I: Illlnois: i
7.00do.- PLY It.\\'OX . . $38,60 6.00120 . . $31.8.1 ,:
MARGARET ANDERSON LtmM."N,
73O20-l01'LY It.'OX . . 66.11 &23x20 . . $70,88 II a widow. 4-125 lath Street Northwest -
I Washington, D. C : LFAI

STEERING !I OUST.\\ NELSON and
SPEED-O.11ETEIi.S I IILDA NELSON his wire.Pelvidere I
Wheel Spinners .......49c I Boone County. Illinois:
25 FT. RUBBER COVERED BICYCLE LIGHTS : VICTOR FORSTDERG andFORSTBERG r a I
.h_ his wife
fwh06f' first Is unknown). I
Trouble Lights $2.95 name
._ Thies TUBESALL .
-- Bengsfors Dabland. Sweden: and
:JETA 20 Belle Glade Fla I
SF.\T COVEns Ii F1LMA BJORKQ\'IST and ,

Flash Lights ............ 55cI _.._ .. BJORKQ\'IST her husband II
.1l0"t'j first name 15 un
I known B1ll1ng tors. Da151and. I

II I Buy your tires, tubes, battery, and Auto YOU Sweden AND EACH OF YOU \RE HERE-
BY NOTIFIED that a suit hu been

Supplies on Easy Terms at our stole filed Olive! In Co1lt\'er the abort Plaintiff named against Court you.by I II

the defendants abort named and
GET YOUR NEW CAR AND TRUCK TIRES NOW PAY against Jonathan R. 1I01t. Esther Creamer -
AS LOW AS $1.25 PER WEEK ON A 6.00d6 TIRE I',' Holt hu Mt Jonathan Richard

).50x:0.10 Truck Tire for $3.00 week 1I01t. a mlnor. William Co1ltnr Holt, Boys & !
Buy a ply Rayon per I minor Robert Linwood Holt: a minor GirlsI
A $10.00 Purchase will open an account on easy term.s. and New York Uf Insurance Company I
I
a Sew York corporation. u trustt'f'
for the purpose of obtaining a deelara'tors I

::1 Electric Steam-O. Iatic Irons u $15.00I tlff'decree ownership with of respect the foUo.-tnl to the Plaln-described Get your Bicycle ready for school with a LUGGAGE
real f'4tatf In Palm Beach

F!I White 'Vall Tire Rings ............ 56.95 set Co'nt\The West Florida O1f'.half12 i of Lot II I CARRIER or BASKET I
Three 131 In Block Nineteen 1191.
I II
,Ii I, Firestone Spark Plugs) ............. ... . .,15c I Cay"rro"t11ng of West ro the Palm plat Bl'at'h.thereof Florida on Also, \\'e Have One BOYS WESTER FLYER :

:I: Base Balls, Soft Balls, Foot Balls I file Circuit tn the Court office tn of the and Clerk for of Palm the I bicycle in stock.I .

Beach County Florida recorded tnI I
'I I Pa Book 1 page 2
I and for the further purpose of obtain.. ; general stock we now have five and six Coot step
Firestone Seat Covers .................. 514.95I I tog a ronstru'tlOD of the win of JonI I
I athan Rufus Co1lt\'er deeea'et and determtntnR :: ladders Electric Hot Pads, Universal Type Floor
4 d. or12 Mercury and to Che\ to Pontiac I the rights of the alnt1f
and the Defendants to certain personal $ Mats, Hand Saws, 22 Caliber Repeating: mf1e
I property left by the -ald decedent I II
YOU AND E.'CH OF YOU ARE rtR'TRrR -
i NOTIFIED AND RlQttRED: to i 1. ASK rs 11RSTIIGIIT HATE IT.
I the said suit on
Henderson Station tilt an appearance tn
: Texaco or before October f. 1946. in dJaJlt of
: latch a decree pro cont550 may be entered Ii!
ualn.t you I Iwrrs -0--
HARRY 1. SWAIN. Igr. i s mf hand and the W'of\
sold Court at west Pam Reach Florida I f
Tt'X.\fO GOIJSt and Ql'\l\tlt STATE OIL this :Oh day 0ur.at 1944 .
i, Tmt-Tl1n: ,Tfr.Rlr.\rc SORIEToney : J ALEX "RSrrI'E !! Western Auto Associate Store
Clerk ot the above Court
3IU. 1911 OPEN SIGUt'S UNTIL 10 1t Coon f-tall
I'C" I
101 t: blD Stl'n"t l'aho"t"t', tlorid.t Deputy BY R B.Clerk),frtttj I. 1i. LAIR, Owner AHOKEE, FI.Page ..\. I

I j J UO CHSPIIAN.solicttor j i'
L t for: Palnut: ,
I"i.:4: 30. Sept 6. 13.:9. 1m



Friday, September 6, 1946 The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Page Five



Scouts Enjoy Week Funeral Services PAHOKEE BAPTIST CHURCH Lot 5, Block 250. Town of
Lake Worth
U In PB 2 Page
Rev. C. A Moberg, pastor of 29 to 40 inc. __ _
End Camping Trip For llattheBeitz _______
the First Baptist Church, Pahokee Lots 51 & 58 Block 53. North- .
WOOd Addition West Palm
Members will preach Sunday night on the Beach (Plats 1 to 6 & 8 to
of Pahokee Boy Scout Matthew Beitz 75, a Belle Glade 11 Inc.) as tn PB 8 Pages 4T
Troop 23 enjoyed a weekend camp. carpenter died Sunday afternoon I subject, 'The Story of the Atomic &: 62. PB 9 Pages 30 &: 47. PB

ing trip to Fi.5heating Creek, leave at a West Palm Beach hospital.He : Bomb as found in the Bible" "Will &10 P 11. PB 11 Pages 18. 38
I 39.PB12P17&PB14P14__.__
the human race be thus
ing Saturday afternoon and born annihilated Lot 59. Block
returning was in Canada and came 53. NorthwOOd
Monday evening Scoutmaster to Belle Glade 20 ?" Will the earth be thus \i3it. Addition West Palm Beach
Melvin years ago. 1 I ed? Has the earth been \'i.sited (Plats 1 to 6 &: 8 to 11 Inc.) aiIn
Spooner arranged Funeral services were held at PH 8 Pages 47 &: 62. PB
the trip and acted as chef at the 10 a. m. Thursday at Berry's Funeral destructively by atomic energy"and I 9 Pages 30 &: 41. PB 10 P 11.
when? These and other PB 11 Pages 18. 38 & 39. PB
camp. He was assisted by Wayne Home Chapel at Pahokee, pertinent 12 P 11 & PB 14 P 14 _______...__
Sn'der. High water in the woods With Fr. Riley Clewiston Catholic questions will be considered in the Lot 11. Block 269, Ton of
light science and the Lake \\"orth as in PB 2 Pages
prevented the scouts from Scriptures.
reaching priest officiating. Burial was at 29 to 40 ine. ______________._.__..
their favorite "paradise" camp so Port Mayaca Cemetery. The orchestra and choir will augment Lot 5. Block 285. Ton of

they settled down for two dais .. the "Illuminated Cross Meditation Lake Worth u in PB Z Pages
.
I 29 to 40 lne. _______.____.?__.?.__
of swimming, fishing and fun at Sing At the morning hour Lot 1. Block 283. Town of
I Mr and Mrs. Lavon Batchelor
the park near Palmdale. the pastor will preach on "Christ- Lake Worth u In PB Z Pages

have moved to Belle Glade where ians Are Too Fat." Yes 29 to 40 tnc. _________________._.__.
Scouts attending Port spiritual
were Lots 5 & 6.
be will be associated with the Industrial Block 12. Addition
Johnson, David Ramey, Ronnie obesity is one of our dangers. No. 1 to Town of Lake Worth
Melvin Life Insurance Company. . as in PB 5 Pgs. 8 to 9 ine. _____._..._
May, Thus, Richard Ti11i, Lot 11. Bock 263. Town of

William Mizell, Steve Kirk, Bill Miss Marian Stokes bas been Lab Worth as tn PB 2 Pages

Kirk, Payne Jackson, Glen Sowder, Charles Wilkinson is now employed employed as cashier at the offices 29 to 40 inc. _________________._...
Lot 2, Block 279. Town of
Roy Spooner, Carney Wilder, Oils as clerk in the Pahokee of the Industrial Life and Health Lake Worth u ip PB 2 Pages

Weaver, Jimmy Marshall, Gene postoffice. Insurance Company in Pahokee. 29 to 40 Inc. .__________._____.___._
Lot 14. Block 181. Town of
Sowder, Bobby Mackey and Sidney Lab Worth as In PB 2 Pages

Caruthers. NOTICE 29 to 40 tne. _________.___.______._...

r. . PALM BEACH COUNTY FLORIDA September 6th, 1946. TRUSTEES 011' THE INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT
NOTICE IS HEREBY OI\TIN that pursuant to Section 9 of Chapter 18296, FUND OF TIlE STAn OF FLORIDA
Charlotte Ann Cate Laws of Florida. Acts of 1931. known as the MURPHY ALT and in pursuance of By J. ALEX A.R.'iE'rI'E
Chapter 20658. Laws of Florida, Acts of 1941. known as the EVERGLADES Publish: September 8th. 1946.NOTICE .
Has DRAINAGE DISTRICT ACT, the followIng described land situated tn Everglades
Birthday Party Drainage District, In Palm Beach County Florida will be offered for sale at
public outcry for the highest and best cash bid subject to the rights of the or INTENTION TO SELL LAND
Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund and of the Board of Commissioners
Mrs. P. M. Cate, Jr., entertained of Everglades Drainage District to reject any and all bids at the Court.house, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. that pursuant tQ Section 15 m. Chapter
with a theatre party honoring her lxgtnn1r.g at 10:00: O'Clock A. M. (EST) on the 11th day of October 19-16. As 20658.1.\1.5 of Florld\. Acts of 1941. and Section 67. Chapter 14717. Lan of
to all lands outside the corporate limits of any municipality as of this date, Florida Acts of 1931. as amended by Section 11. Chapter 20658. Laws of Florida
daughter, Charlotte Ann, on her. tItle to one half of all petroleum and three fourths of other mineral Will be Acts of 1941. the following described land In Palm Beach County, Florida to-Wit:
tenth' birthday anniversary Saturday reserved by Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund; If lands are within said DESCRIPTION
corporate limits as of this date the reservation applies, but privilege to ex- I Sec. T\\'p. Rge Ac.
afternoon. After seeing the Lot 13. Block 6. Vectado as In PB
double feature plore, mine and develop will be conducted on and under land only with the 11 P 21 ____...__._______..._________. 33 43 43
at the Prince ,
consent of the surface O ller Lots 49 &: A49. Ridgeny Beach
- Theatre Easement for road right of way 200 feet Wide will be reserved by saId Trus- .
guests returned to the as tn PH 1 P 11 & Supplemental
tees from any parcel through which there is an existing State road; and easement -
Plat by State
Cate Home where l'ame3 were enjoyed and reclamation and for road will be reserved by Surrey
for drainage purposes U In PH 1-1 P 60 ______um_______ IS 42 3'7 .1
and refreshments of ice the Board of Commissioners of Everglades Drainage District. Fifty percent Lou 50 &: .I-SO. Rtdgeny Beach
((5071) of aU oil gas and mineral rights will be reserved by the Board of Com-
cream and cake were served by the District u In PH 1 P 11 &: Supple.
of
missioners Everglades Drainage mental Plat by State Surrey

hostess A color scheme of pink DESCRIPTION Sec Twp. Rge An as In PB U P 60 ________m___.____. 18 42 37 .8
and white was used in party dec. Lots 6 & 1. Block 1. Bunker Hm Part of See as In DB 662 P 401-1__.___ 34 41 31 10
Addition No. 2 to West Palm Lot 16. Block 1. Victor L. Geiger
orations Beach as In PB 10 P 12 _____________ 4 4t 43 Addition to Pahokt'e as In PB
Guests were Rose Marie Hender- Lot 16. Block 1. Bunker Hill 18 P 73. being a Subdiv of

Delorez and Lovda AddItion No. 2 to West Palm Tracts 30 &: 31 ___nmm______. 18 42 3'7 .15
Eon, Williams Beach as tn PH 10 P 12 ___u..______. 4 U 43 Ela of W1.8 OF NE'4 OF NWI.m___ 6 U 3d 23E3.4
Harry Brooks Elarbee, Donna I BOARD OF CO .saIISSIONFttS OF EVERGLADES of E'4 OF NE'4 OF NWI.u____ II U 36 1.5El.8
Lynn ray, lIarlt'ne Williams, Fred DRAINAGE DISTRICT of Wla OF NE'4 OF NW'I.u_ 6 U 36 2.5V'2
OF E'4 of Wla OF NElt OF
TRUSTEES OF THE INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT
Blakey, Linda Sellers, Stella Sue FUND OF TIlE STATE OF FLORIDA NW'4 __m_________________________. II U 35 2.Vlz .$
Barnes, Alfred Kahn, Jack Clause, J. Alex Arnette. Agent for Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund and for \ of E'tofW'sOFNE'4OFNW'4
Board of Commissioners of Everglades Drainage District Palm Beach County ________u____________________. II U 36 SXV's
Barbara Johnson
Phillips, Kathy Florida of Ela OF NE'4 OF NW'4 _______ 8 U 36 10
Barbara Vertommen, Fay Mackey, Publish: September 6th. 13th & 20th, 1916.SOTICF.. \\''= of Wl-8 OF NE'4 OF NWI.m____ 6 44 36 2.5
EI2 of V'4 OF NIjlt OF NW'4 ___.___ 6 U 36 5Wlz
Phoebe Ann Ramey. Carol Carpenter -
OF E'4 of Lot 2 State

Jon and Louis Pop and Survey _______ nmm______._. 6 U 36 5
Jackie Chastain. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to Section 9 of Chapter 18296. Tracts 98 & 99. Block 11. Palm
Lan of Florida. Acts of 1937. known as the MURPHY ACT, the following de- Beach Farms Company Plat
.S scribed land tn Palm Beach County Florida will be offered for sale at public No 3 ______nnu________.____ 10
outcry for the highest and best cash bid subject to the right of the Trustees Tracts 126 & 121. Block 71 Palm
Bible School Closed of the Internal Improvement Fund to reject any and all bids, at the Courthouse Beach Farms Company Plat
beginning at 10:00: O'clock A. 1\1. (EST) on the 11th day of October 19-16. No. 3 __________n______________. 10
Friday Evening As to lands outside any municIpality easement for road tight of ny 200 EI4' OF Wla of Lot 2, Stat
feet wide will be reserved from any parcel through which there is an existing Survey _______nnuu________.. 6 44 36 5
state road As to all lands outside the corporate limits of any municipality as
half of all and of other mineral Lots 11 &: 12. Block 2. Bunker
The Canal Point Vacation Bible of this date title to one petroleum three fourths
will be reserved; If lands are within said corporate limits as of this date the Hm AddItion to West Palm
School, jointly sponsored by the reservation applies but privilege to explore, mine and develop will be conducted Beach as In PB 10 P 8 __m___.____. 4 U 4J
Canal Point Baptist and Methodist on and under land only with the consent of the surface owner. Lots 11 & 12. Block 1. Bunker
Hill Addition to West Palm
Churches, closed at the end of DESCRIPTION Sec. Twp. Rge Ac Beach as In PH 10 P 8 _u..____._ 4 4-1 43
Lots 11. 12 & 13. Block "F". Tract 10S. Block 59. Palm Beach
classes Friday noon of last week,
Lab'lew Ridge as in PH 1 Farms Company Plat No. 3.________. 5
following a successful two-week Pgs. 35 & 40 ______________._._... 4 U 43 Tract 90. Block 78. Palm Beach
8e95lon. Lots 531 & 532, The Gardens at Farms Company Plat No. 3.-___. 5
South Palm Beach u In PB Tract 91, Block 78. Palm Beach
Featured at the school Wag 9P13 _____-__..--______--__--_____. 4 4-1 43 Farms Company Plat No 3._______. 5
handicraft work as well as Bible Lot 22. Block 5. Rosemont Park Tract 92. Block 78. Palm Beach
Delny as In PB 13 P 60 ______________ 20 46 43 Farms Company Plat No 3._____.._. 5
study and group singing. The average Lots 23 &: 2t Block 5. Rosemont Tracts 103 & 10.1. Block 18. Palm
daily attendance was 104 Park Delray as In PB 13 P SO __.._.. 20 46 43 Beach Farms Company Plat

Lot 12. Block 146. Town of Lake NO.3.o .__ _ .. 10
--- ------- --
pupi19. Worth a In PB 2 Pages 29 to S50'ofN893'ofE105'ofW

Commencement exercises scheduled 40 Ine. __________ _______ _______ 40S' &: S 40' of N '743' of n 10S-
for Lot 1. Block 41. North Lake of W 510', RPplat of Madrid
Friday night were not
Worth as In PH 5 fgs. 48 & 49._..___. 15 U 43 Park as In PB 20 P 20 Being
held because of the absence of the S SO' of N ISO' of W 120' of NW'4 Of' NW'4 __ m____________ 29 4J 4J .22
general superintendent Ref. Will- : Block 25. Town of Delray _____._._... Tract 53, Block 5. Palm Beach
S SO' of N 200' ofV 120' of Farms Company Plat No 3 ________.. to
lam T. Blair, who was stricken ill : Block 25. Town of Delray _u_______. Tract n. Block 12. Palm Beach

at the dart of the second week of Lot 35. Block 28. North Palm Farms Company Plat No 3 _m_____ 10
Beach Plat No. 2 as tn PH II
Tract 67, Block 80. Palm Brach
school and entered a hospital in ; P 89 & PB '7 P 37 ...______________.__ 4 .iJ 43 Farms Company Plat NO.3 ______... 5
ChIcago, Ill., for an operation. Lot 13. Block 12. Town of Lots 59 &: 60. Block 31. West
--r.Veterans . Lake Worth u tn PB 2 Pages Gate Estates CNortbtrn Section .

29 to 40 inc.- ) u In PB a P 38 ___-__m______... 30 4J U .It
Urged To Lot 14 Block 12. Town of Tract 13. Block 11. Palm Beach

Lake Worth as tn PO 2 Pages Farms Company Prat No 3 ..__...... 10
29 to 40 Inc. _________u_____________ .
Attend Meeting will be offered for sale at public outcry for the highest and best rub bid subject
Lot 28. Block 12. Town of
to the right of the Board of Commissioners of FGerclsdes Drainage District
Lat Worth In PB 2
as Pages
29 to 40 Inc ___uu____________ to reject any and aU bids at the Courthouse beginning at 1000 O'C1ock A. U.
All veterans in the Pahok e.Can. Lot t. Block 338, Ton of j EST) on the 11th day of OctDber. 1m. Easement for drainage and reclamation
and road purposes will be rtstrved. Fifty percent (50n) of aU oil gas and
al Point area are urged to attend Lake Worth as tn PB 2 Pages mineral rights will also be rNr\'td.
29 to 40 lne. __..____..____._.____
a meeting of the Veterans Progres. Lot n. Block 14-1. Town of Board of Commissioners of Everglades
Drainage District
sife Organization in the Pahokt'e Lake Worth a.s In PB 2 Pages
Br J. Alex Arnette, u Agent for said BJard
29 to 40 inc. __...______._._._.___._. Publish:
city hall on Monday night Sept. 9, Lot 20. Block 122. Town of September 6th, 13th & 20th, 11+46.a .

at 8:30: p. m. Lake Worth as In PB 2 Pages

Forms for membership cards: 29 to 40 Ine. _______.__._______._...
Lot 29. Block 12. Ton of
will discussed and approved at Lake Worth as In PB 2 Pages

the meeting and an emblem for 29 to 40 Inc. ________.__________.._
Lot 9. Block 250. Town of
TO designed by one of the lead. Lake Worth as In PB 2 Pages The I.ong.Time Established Upthegro\'e Market

Ing artists of the South \\U be 29 to 40 inc. ____. _u...____....
Lots 2S &26. Block I0. North
presented for appro\'a1. Palm Beach Plat 4 u tn PB is Now rnder Ownership or OSfa! Uplhegron

Plans have already been made to 7P71 .....____.______.._________ 4 43 U

send a local delegation to Hialeah Lot 3. Block 8. Amended Plat of and Elmer (Baba) UpthegroveL

on this Friday evening at which Rosedale MdlUon to West

time a \ PO unit for Hialeah will Palm Beach as in PB a P 76.____.
Lot 1. Block 79. Ton of'
bt organiud. Lake Worth as 1n PB 2 Pages GROCERIES

29 to 40 Inc. .. .___ __.h___...._.. COMPLETE LINE OF
Lot 2. Block :9 Ton of '

take Worth Li In PH 2 Pages
NOTICE or Sl'\L lrnlSG OF 29 to 40 Inc __ __n____________._ 0 FRESII FRUITS & VEGETABLES
\SIH\\'SrRS or EST DEell Lot 3. Block 0:9. Town of
UK US.\GE DISTRICT Lake Worth L. in PB 2 Pages

Notice 15 hereby ci\tn that pursuant I 29 to 40 inc __ ____ hO _"-"____.
to call of the Ik:lard of SUPfrf1. of I Lot a. Bock 49, Addition So. SHRDlP & OYSTERS
East Beach Drainage District. the an. 1 to Town of Lab Worth as

nual mH'ttn.r of the landowners of i tn PB 5 Pi1 8 to 9 Inc. _____.__
East Beach Drainage Datrtt't for the N', OF SW'4 OF NE'4 SW'. MEATS IIEN'S & FRYERS
Star 1m will bto held at the office of I OF Sw'4 OF NEt4 NW'. OF ,
said District in the Pa+t Office Building NW'4 OF SE'4. SE' OF SE'4

at Canal Point. Palm Reach County. OF XW'4. NE'4 OF NE'4 OF FANCY FISHUpthegrove
Florida, on FrtdAJ September 21. 1946. I 5'tfost that part of S',
at 1000 o'dock In the fo.rt:1oon. Eastern OF 5\\,1. OF NEI.'I.. OF
Standard Ttmf for the purpuFea of: NW' or SG'4 NE'. OF XE'4
I. r:f't'Uni a Superstsor< for Dl.vslon OF SW'4 lying within the
I boundaries of the lake Worth
2. Recelting Annual reverts and Drainage Datr1et. also Less a
taking such action with respect that flirt of NW'4 OF 5\\01. Market
thereto u the tando1l'nt'l may Of' NE'4 lying North ofOermantown
dtttrmlnt; and Roil & East of
S. Transactttg such other bualnHl the East boundary of the Lat
U may come before the mHUIlI. Worth Drainage DtcU'trt. ale
BOARD or SUPIItVISORS or less CIte part of N't OFSW'4 OSCEOLA Pahokee-Phone 585 BARS

[,\81' BEACH DRAINAGE or NE's lr.r North of
DISTRICT Germantown Road .t bit of
E1: 1. 1. Stuckey, President East bounday of ttt Lake
Pub: Se;t. a. 1S. 1m Worth Drainage Detract ______ 30 46 4J 3767



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Page Six The Everglades News. Canal Point Florida Friday, September 6. 1946H


han seen it before, you will want negro and pleaded guilt with assault I I week where he will protest- the

to see it again. It's A Honey! to commit m laughter. His I movement of Brazilian bulls from
For Thursday Friday comes a $2,000 bond ended with the sen- Texas to Florida. .
foursome of Hollywood's most tence.-Palm Beach Post. -. .. .
. .
talented stars: Ann Sheridan Den- Mr. and Mrs. Walter G. Hull
nis Morgan Jack Carson Jane RETURNS BY PLANE left Tuesday on a 10-day trip tl3
Wyman with lovely Alexis Smith Bill Elam, son of Mr. and Mrs. Boston, Mass.Mr
taking the same billing Bruce Elam of Canal Point, who . .
It is a show loaded with comedy attended Boys' State in Tallahassee -
: .
1Q and
pyi'k 1 fd w uF pSvMQw Mrs. J. E. Winston and
expertly handled by every member as a representative of the Pa-
of
son. Eddie Belle Glade, who re-
of the cast. It Is the story of a lot I I hokee Post of American Legion, cently returned from a "action
4 of young people who start in the had the thrill of a lifetime when spent in North Carolina and Penn.sylvania -
business of he returned from the
by
publishing a magazine meeting
were guests of their
. But romance comes creeping air. He landed at Lantana air- I son.in-law and daughter, Mr. and

in. complications arise and +ve ara port and reports an exceptionally i Mrs. Dick Parrish, In Pahokee the
rL treated to a couple of hours of un- pleasant trip from the state past week.

restrained laughter and spend a capital.
.
very entertainining evening at the -

theatre- Cattlemen FightImportation -
tf Saturday brings the inevitable
double featured playdateith the Cattle

y3 Western picture predominating for From Brazil
sl the members of the Six Shooters

Club OCALA Florida cattle interests f41F'
I Western pix is "Bad Men of the Wl l HERE6fPOREMIRRORS'
I are continuing their fight to
Border" with Kirby Grant and
prevent the importation of Brazil-
"Fuzzy" AI. St. John.
Second pix is "Three Strangerc ian cattle to this state which they WEQI MAP ,.. .,4NOHAV
fear may result in an outbreak CJf
with Sidney Greenstreet and Peter OliN BEFORE
the
dreaded
hoof and mouth
Lorre as the two "meanies" in a /
diseease THEM EVER SINCtIirrors
tale of intrigue and murder, and
R. G. Herrmann president of the I
Geraldine Fitzgerald as the fem-
Florida Braham Breeders' Associa-
inine "goody-goody' gal in the
tion went to Houston Texas last
.. .._- H03FIT o\'erflw pa- former Ground Sch.u: t,. il ,rb, piece. I am sure itin have
tie r.ts from Chattahocchee will be i I Ih I both of concrete block with stucco, enough mystery killin's and ad- NOTICE TO DEALERS
the construction ct !'l of the S8 venture to please the most avid
:' '!'j 1:1 this facility near City of Pahokee will receive
Arca-I buildings at the fccaty. Title was reader of "Dick Tracy" . al- I
''
db which the State has acquired acquired to the hroperty and; :UheaYj though he is not in this show sealed bids up to 8:00: p, m. Tues l
fr.Jm the F deral government as I equ:pmen'. S.t: !u'j f"itt'e See you at the movies- ral. day, September 10. 1946. for one
sarplus Above the admimsiration'wilding was also acquired from other instal.laticns. : ... .-- new iZ ton pickup truck complete, I
of Doer field and be'.ow theCinematic to be used by City of Pahokee

----------p Chancy Is Given water works department. j i

anger will out and the misunder- The City reserves the right to'

Chatter standings will "pop" up and a host I 2 Years Sentence reject any and all bid. f
of other things will work toward CITY OF AHOKEE ) :md all other
By Malcolm MillarWWWWfWWvW By W. p Walker
,
I
making this one of the most hilarious -
household equipment
City Clerk. are
pictures that they have as yet Judge E. G. Newell in criminal

For your Sundaylonday offer. placed Robert Walker in court Tuesday sentenced Walter NOTICE TO DEALERS I hard to replace these days.lIa.e .
ing at the Prince 1heatre come Tuesday-Wednesday brings "A Alexander (IElickl. Chaney to two City of Pahokee will receive
thIs September 8-9 you have a I Letter For Evi ", with Marsha years in the State pentientiar on sealed bids up to 8:00: p, m Tuesday II you full coverage in-

whale of a good comedy that \\illl i Hunt John Carrol as leads and an assault to commit manslaughter September 10. 1946. for ont: ?
send you out of the theatre chuckling Hume Cronyn. Spring Byington charge. combination bookkeeping and bill. surance on yours

to yourselves and well satis- and Pamela Britton in the princi- Imposition of the sentence fol- ing machine with a 20" carriageand
fide with your two hours of enter- pal supporting roles. lowed the appearance before the front feed- ven 8 column!' O. R. BLEECIIINSC1ANCF

tainment. When a girl puts a letter in.the court of 16 Everglades residents, vertical registers: and two 8 column i } PAIIOKEE
Offering is hThe Sailor Takes a pocket as a size sixteen-and-a-half who testified as voluntary character cross registers This machine'
Wife", stars of the piece are Rob- I shirt which is handed out to a sir \\ on behalf of the defendant equipped with completely electrified :

ert Walker and June Allyson with I foot Adonis in the Army but is asking clemency and expressing keyboard, backspace key date - - - -
Hume Cronyn principal featured I answered by a lonely, little runt the opinion that justice key shift keys numeral keys and I
player and .tailored" Audrey Tot sailing under false colors-the re- would be served by probation for carriage return. This machine CHILLS Ie FEVER

ter, "gravely" Eddie "Rochester" sults can be as hilarious as they Chaney. comes on a steel stand with shelf, DUE TO MALARIA
Anderson and Reginald Owen are unexpected. So get ye ready Though voicing deep regret at The City reserves the right to
bending every effort to make this for some hearty laughter when you having to sentence the defendant reject any and all bids. RELIEVED
one of the most delightful comedies sit this one out. Judge Newell expressed the opinion CITY OF AHOKEE
imaginable. On the same program comes a that his action was mandatory By W p Walker, BY'I t

Here are a young couple, fresh re-release from the Warner Bros., in all fairness to the probation City Clerk. Cad o. Lv only ell d"adf
ly married moving Into an apart- studios starring good-to-look-at system
- ment where the door locks wont James Stewart (just out of the 'The court feels." the judge be- I

work the chimney is clogged up army) and "ge-e-eorgeous" Rosa- gan, "that the case has had much I 1.1 1-
the roof leaks and the elevator find Russell with Genie\'e Tobin more notoriety than it deserves

stalls between floors . why . :'I'and Charles Ruggles in principal due largely to dissatisfaction In .1 I f Trees Vines Shrubs Citrus.
Is some quarters to dissatisfaction 1'1 ,
even the folding bed wont fold . featured spots The picture ;
BUT, the tempers will rise and th "No Time for Comedy", and if youMonroe's some quarters with the outcome : of all sizes and varieties for
I of another case in which the de-

------ . -. -- - -- fendant was involved. The court ;I your Selection.
- -- has no desire to impose punish- : LANDSCAPING
-u- ---- - ---- - -------
: r ment for other offenses for which

he has been tried and acquitted . as you like it.'e are organized and equipped to doa
: & I appreciate the way in which 4S.1
Plumbing many of you folks have come in thorough job from plans to completion of planting.

I today on behalf of the defendant.

II I Electrical Service II Many of yen are clos? personal As always, you are. ;
.
friends and wouldn't ten me anything welcome at our
you did not believe to be
I true. But the court has a job to do. i' !
; Satisfaction Guaranteed My job Is not eas '. Never has it XCRSEfUES: 1100 Southern Boulevard (Route No. 25 at :

been my disposition to hurt anyone City Limits), Wet Palm Beach, Florida i I
: I Ranges and Hot Water Heater Installed . The probation system was

i houses Plumbed and \\'ired. established! In 1941. I have been ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO. : !
most careful since I have been
on
;
: Repairs to All Plumbing Fixtures
j
the bench to whom I gave proba-
Lamps Rewired tion. I've considered this case, lain

I Drain Tile Cleaned out and Relaid awake at night over It. Personally
I would like to help this man 1t

I See Ionre Pope or Write Box 536 However, I do not feel that in all ,I
honesty I could grant Elick Chaney
CAL POINT, FLA. : probation, because his position is

'such that I couldn't in all fairness Triangle Restaurant 1.I 1.

'-"- . .. --- ,. -. .- I fail to grant it virtually anyone 1.I
I
.. else who came before me. It is my I
- -
-- -- -- I
purpose in the future if I tan help I
- [ him any way to do so. Now I have I
.
I the unpleasant duty of sentencing Soon
Opening i
him.
I I "The connecting link between em- Chaney took the sentence stoically -

though his wife burst Into tUtl.
ployer en1plo 'ee" He said to Judge Newell: "I ap- AT ICNALPOL I

I predate all that you have done for I


: : Helen R. Browning me"Prior to being sentenced. in ILk.ing T j!

clemency Chaney promised to !
I give up drinking, and hb brother I
1t I Garland Chaney told Judge Newell ,
Personnel Service I Good Food !
ht would take his brother to t
I I I I North Carolina to work and believed I

I ; Box 56 Phone 271V ': that he could assure his good Service
I behavior there. Among those who Quality
i iI
I appeared for the defendAnt were
:
:': Belle Glade, Fla. I men who said they bad known I I :

Chaney from his boyhood. Mayor I
1\ Register-No Charge T C. Richardson of Pahokee was JACK A. PHILLIPS, fgr. ,

,among the witnesses.Chaney .
.
JI had been charged with H !I

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Friday, September 6, 1946 The Everglades Ne9.'s, Canal Point Florida }#-ge Seven
----
----
'Voman's Club To' permit for a harness racing track ClltltC11ES OF CHRIST, Barbara Vertommen, daughter Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Wood visited
to be located at West Palm Beach, SCIENTIST of Mr and Mu. A. L. ertommen, their son and daughter-in-law, Cpl.
Meet Next Tuesday probably because of the number of IAN"' i3 the subject of the
will enroll as a pupil at Rosarian and Mrs. J. W. Wood, in West
thoroughbred tracks Sermon which will be read
already existing Lesson-
Academy, West Palm Beach next Palm Beach on Monday and Tues.
Mrs. Leon Spooner, president ot in that section of the state. in Churches of Christ, Scientist, week. .
... I day.oooa
the Pahokee Woman's Club said throughout the world on Sunday,
yesterday that the first meeting Dorset Is Scene September 8. -
of the fall season will be held next The Golden Text is: "Lo, this
Tuesday night in the club house at Of Barbecue Sunday only have I found, that God hath a
8:30 o'clock. A business meeting mad man upright" (Eecl. 7:29). 0
will be held to be followed by a Mr and Mrs. W. A. (Cricket) Among the citations which comI
Whatever Your
Needs
social hour Presiding officers Cross entertained with an outdoor I;,prise the Lesson-Sermon is the following Plumbing
w ill serve refreshments, Mrs. party and barbecue held Sunday in from the Bible: "The Spiit
Spooner said. ... the up-and-coming municipality itself beareth witness with our 0 Phone J. Lee Taylor -- 550
of Dorsett, Fla. spirit, that we are the children of
. New Race Tracks Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Sam God" (Rom. 8:16). PAHOKEE> p
McKinstry, Jr., and children, Mr. The Lesson-Sermon also includes
Okelted By Bosses and Mrs. W. A. Cross, Jr., and the following passage from the Installations & Repairs
daughter, Mr and Mrs. Thomas Christian Science text book, "Sci-
TALLAHASSEE The Florida Elliott and children, Mr. and Mrs.
ence and Health with Key to theScriptures"
W'e install the kind of sanitary systems that -
pro.tect
State Racing Commission has Bill Tillman and children. by Mary Baker Eddy:
.. your health and give of trouble-
given its approval for the establishment "He is the compound idea of God, manyyears
of two new race tracks St. Pete Home Plan including all right ideas; the ge- free service, using only the best of materials and
in Florida, one to be a harness neric term for all that reflectsGod's fixtures.
race track near Jacksonville and Doomed To'Failure image and likeness: the con-
the other a thoroughbred horse scious identity of being 3.3 found
track at Oldsmar near Tampa. ST. PETERSBURG, Aug. 29. j in Science, In which man Is the re-
Interests seeking the two tracks Commanders of local veterans organizations flection of God, or Mind, and therefore -
were granted conditional permit who have formed 8 I I is eternal; that which has no I
The next step Is the holding of lo- corporation with the announced,: separate mind from eM: that I !
cal option elections in Hillsborough intention of building homes for i which has not a single quality un- i SEA-BEE and EVINRUDEi;
and St. Johns counties and if a veterans here, were told today that derived from Deity: that which i
favorable vote is cast, the commission "nobody but a fool would attempt possesses no life, intelligence, nor i
will grant permanent permits. to build a home today." I creative power of his own, but re- OUTBOARD MOTORS
The Jacksonville track, which is The statement was made by Joe fleets spiritually all that belongs to .
located 18 miles South of the city W. Green, lumber company owner, his. Maker" (p. 475: 14-22)). See them on display here today. ALSO I
in St. Johns County and known who offered the -operation of ...
&
Briggs Stratton Air-Cooled Engines
as the Old Keene Track, would be local supply dealers in the under- Rev. and Mrs. C. T. Howes and
operated the Ponce de Leon but added he not
by taking was children will return home today
Racing Association. "optimistic" about its chances of after spending a two weeks' va- . PAt 1 SERVICE STATION
The racing commission denied a succeS3. cation with relatives in Mississippi.

0- _..__ _. __ 0___ _ 0 ------- -------- _ __ __ __ Phone 2921 Pahokee

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"OTHER things buy have

New Portable Welder
gone skv-high. . hut
ENABLING us TO no ANY KIND OF STEEL

Greyhound fares % CONSTRUCTION AT ANY PLACE .,


are still th.SAME" XO\ YAILAULE 2.6 inch, 1.12 inch and 1.18 i

inch SYPIIOX TYPE PUMPS !

: I
Manufacturers Of II I
F I
( IRRIGATION AND nRAIXAGE PUMPS I
HYDRAULIC MOLE DRAIN'S I
-,..- ,r4 I rEED CHOPPERS !

I I'E
'
r tIIr \\ MANUFACTURE EVERYTHING THAT'S
; JADE OUT OF IRON FOR USE IN

THE GLADES ,
,1 I


Canal Point Machine Works : I

CANAL POINT PIIOXE 531-. O. BOX 466

I
t


I (\\ Greyhound fares

PIANOS JEWELRY MUSIC

are as low as

J. ,V. R ASH LEY

In Pre-War Days! JEWELER Belle Glade, Fla.


GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY


I'S TRUE! That upward spiral of price rise hasn't so much as budged


Greyhound fares. They have remained normal iust as low as beforethewardays.

I
This is more remarkable too, since costs and maintenance of operating
A Servant of the Glades
bus lines have risen sharply all along the line.

How does Greyhound do it? Well it's no trade secret. The backbone of
To Miami
4 Buses
Greyhound Lines formula for success is more and better service to more people. To West Palm Heath

Expansion and augmented service . efficient operation and the introdlltion : Daily To Ft I'ers S Lakeland

J
of newest equipment have all combined to hold the line on bus fares.

Your travel dollar really buys more today than ever before in bus line i Glades Motor Lines, Inc.

,
transportation. SERVING TilE GLADES"



C\RTER-GEIGER DRUG COMPANY f

PHONE 3921 CANAL POINT FLA. I i

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Page Eight The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida Friday, September 6,1946

--

Mrs Ronnie Bowe, of St. .\..ug'Utine. !- TallahassEe for the past five T. E. BOSH LEAFS }"ear. The pastor uses this medium

weeks. Rev. C. A. oberg and family to thank everybody for the fine
-- Mr and Ir.s. V.'. J. Hundley and Paul Cremaschi, bandmaster of'' spirit of cooperation manifested.
accompanied Singer T. E. Bush to
daughter, Jolene, will arrive today Ponce deLeon High School, visited -----..a. -----
Indiantown Sunday night where
'I from Wellington, Kans., for a 10- Mr and Mrs. Robert O. Lampi In i
Brother Bush boarded the train for CIRCLE TO MEET
day visit with his brother and Pahokee Sunday while enroute to
Georgia. Since then a card has The Business Woman's Circle of
sister.in.law, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd his home in Miami from Detroit,
Ann Rita Burns was able to return been received stating his arrival the Pahokee Baptist churchill
Hundley in Pahokee. Mich.
home this week from Fort and expressions relative to his meet next at the
Tuesday night
Mrs. G. M. Belk and Mrs. W. D 1Ir. and Mrs. R. O. Lamp had
Pierce where she received medical stay here, thanking aU for the I home of Mrs. Horace Un\\in. The
I..arrimore were guests of Mr. andMrs. 80S guests over the weekend Mr.
treatment following a recent ton many kindnesses shown. He is hour has been set at 8:30: o'clock.
W. J. Belk in Miami the past and Mrs. Wilbur Roberts of Miami.
silectomy. looking forward to his return next AU members are urged to attend
week Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Sims and
Mr and Mrs. B. S. Waring and i
Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Miller and daughter, Louise, of Canal Point
daughters, Rosa Mabel, and Martha -
daughter, Catherine, spent the will return the first of the week ,
Ann, were house guests of :Mr
weekend with relatives in Tampa from Richland Ca., where they I I II
and Mm D. W. Cunningham the ,
They were accompanied home by have been visiting relatives. While i I:
week while Mr Waring was
past their son, Erwin, who spent a week in Georgia the Sims family visited i
in Pahokee business.Mr .
on there visiting his uncle and aunt, another daughter, Jane who is em-
and Mrs. D. W. Young had Mr. and Mrs Johnny Miller, ployed in Atlanta. : ENNISCAFEI
as guests over the weekend their Mrs, Betty Taverna of West .. I

BOn-ln.law and dAughter, Mr and Palm Beach spent the weekend in IE.--S BIBLE CLASS I I

....--.- I Pahokee, the Guest of Mrs Mildred More than eighty persons were
.. $choeppel. in attendance last Sunday Paba- i IN CANAL POINT
- ---- ---
Carney Wilder enrolled as 3 kee Men's Bible Class to hear T. E.

student at St. Leo's Peparatory Bush in his most acceptable discourse I

School, St. Leo, F1a., on Thursday on "The Church" This Sunday :

Prince Theatre of this'eek.. the class will renew its sched- Will RE.OPEN I

Dr. and Mrs. Wilburn C. Young ule with the teacher, Rev. C. A. : i
and children returned home Saturday Moberg discussing the lesson "Ye i

Pahokee Florida after spending a month's vacation Shall Not Bear False Witness."

at Bradenton.W. The Class Quartet will sing Rep SUNDAY SEPTI IS

Nason, student at the Uni- Cowart will conduct the song ser- ,
Week of Sept. 8 .
versity of Mississippi spend- vice. L. Jaudon will preside. A

wnAwmuvuwwunSun ing two weeks in Pahokee visiting most cordial invitation is extended
"'. his mother, Mrs. Frank Friend to all unaffiliated men to attend.

and family. He will be accompanied The group meets at 9: 45. i
:Mon. back bv his sister, Miss Marl-I
w .
----- ----- - --- -
- -
-
-- -- -
lyn Nason, who will enroll as 3 -
member of the freshman class at

the 11r.university.and Mrs. Lake Coleman of adeocIl wile 'tteatIOU !t jId-/1

l1t. Dora spent the weekend in Pa-

I hokee visiting his parents, Yr. and ONE OF THE BEST VALUES ON TO DAY'S MARKET!

Mrs. E. E. Coleman.
Rev and Mrs. C .A. l10berg

visited week friends in Miami the past 4-pc. SOLID MAPLE BEDROOM

'" Miss Annette Kahn has returned -
,. from a three weeks' vacation Here is your moneys worth in solid mop Ie! A charming solid maple Colonial reproduction that has
in Hendersonvi1Ie, X. C. been sturdily constructed for a lifetime of lenice. This beautiful suite consists of a spacious drawer
Tues.- 'Ved. spent in Georgia chest, 6.drawer knee-hole vanity with on upholstered vanity bench and a large, double size bcd.
relatives
She visited This suite is truly todoy' best buy at Bodcock'.
for a few days enroute home.
Mrs. Frances Harlow has returned -

from a visit in St. Louis and a7 $ 50

ALETrEEforEVZE Kansas City, Mo.
R. J. Simonson
Mr. and Mrs. ...
had as guests the past week their

niece, Miss Louise Emery, of West

Palm Beach,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Phillips and

-ALSO- daughter, Betty Jo, accompanied ;i

by Blanche Elizabeth Bowers, were -T __

business visitors in Miami last ) llf -

M! weekend. :;. .t ; .

flY4 ) Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Thomas and *.f: }/#'.v" : . ___ -
children returned last weekend ,
".... 4:
lIOTtMt ,O from a two weeks' vacation at :# ',), /.

Fort Myers Beach. They were : .,
COMEBY,, u uGthtnrvt yott /
accompanied back ,to Pahokee by t.

....-...TO&n.O CoMIIoU lOLl.ARIES UIIIoM.RuGGlrsDnchd .... Chandler McIlwain, their house .
b,llJAM erOUvThurs. guest at the beach.Mr. /

and Mrs. James Fields and

son, Victor, of Tampa were guests

Fri. here the past week of his brother .x
.- and sister-In-law, Mr. and Irs. H.D. ; I

Fields, Sr., and his niece, Mrs.

.SHERIDAN DENNIS_I Velva Elliott.
Mr. and Irs. Robert B. Iackey

1 ':,7.dACK CARSON and children spent a two week / / WE ARE l EADQth fiRS FOR
vacation at Fort Iyers Beach, returnir. -

;;"AlEXIS SMITH 11r. and borne Mrs last. Otto: weekend.R. Bleerh 'a- '
: SOFA B DS
II > --.J"i J JANE WYMAMoaElPw rationed Lauderdale.the past week at Fort .

11r. and Mrs B. Elliott spent i I

9-: Sunday visiting their son. Ronnie'j
.wIRNUI
r.rr w wt e Aw who was stricken with

home here Wednesday evening of
"''lUll II
"''''RGlNMO[ I GAROml[R (H16OmB last week and is now receiving
treatment at St. Marys hospital in
::;:::-;..A.:..'"..::. ',c.::. :=::O=
- -- 11'et Palm Beach .
Mrs Sallie Thorneberr has returned -
'" to her home here from Wet
Palm Beach where she was a pat." $

Saturday lent at a hospital for a week. &gAt

Mrs. S. P. ue. Jr.. and sow.
IRB RANT ij7 Stephen Peter UI of Miami ar'guests
of her brother-in-law and

sister. Mr. and Irs. Boyd "orhees
B04cod.'. you win fia d ... '011'1 collection .f
In Canal Point.
., hOI .
c.tortab' rocheo' solo bed. Everyone ro."Iiellt
1Ir, Earl Maxson and daughter. coil sprr.g COII.trllctiOtl oed te.tern the eery.
IOfo.t.-Nd COMefi. (wltho-.t roving horn roll.
and Mrs. Jot Parker and
Patsy
M.IIY snort styles, Ih.rob" coverings end wew colon
son, Buddy. were recent guests of CUll" chorm i.. o"y IItColOtiAt "h.III'. And ser
ceO sere "p to $10 .n yous solo bed prrchas of
Fully NI
Mr. and 1lrs. P. D. McDonald, In 16okKk',
S1. Petersburg.Mr. .
and Mrs. W. P. Jernigan
spent the weekend with relatives

in Tallahassef' They were accompanit'd -
home the first of the week '
by their daughter Mary Eleanor IREp1

who was the guest of relatives

there for t'fnlwfk!. and by
- their son Billy. who has been attending .

the Florida state Music
camp. PR DES Est

11r. and Mra C. A. Major returned 1
to their home here this week 6 S. I.

for the season after spending the

summer In South Carolina. They

ALSO-pl.itANAI6Ult COent.er.c stopped in Tallahassee to pick up COLLINS FURNITURE STORE
eM 11r their son Jack Major, and Eddie

Hodges who han been attending

the Florida State Music Camp in AHOKEE, FLORIDA



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