Title: Everglades News
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079910/00457
 Material Information
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: September 20, 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: VID00457
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32615447
alephbibnum - 001981538
lccn - sn 95026042

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: Eslablished 1924c.5 ADESThe .

Trdy Distinguished Mind

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Blue Devils Open C. B. Starling In No 21 ManGi'oupllas]

Something New Has Been Added Spot With Gulf Life

Wednesday Night c. B. Starling salesman with Highway Plan ForEvei'glades

On Miami Field A New 16 Page Magazine section is a the Gulf Life Insurance company Area
24 in Pahokee, has been named a
feature of The Everglades' News this member of the Pnsident's Club of

his and such ranked
The Pahokee Blue Devils will week. If you like it, please say so, anwe'll company Proposals for new state high-
Paces in second place for sales with the
play their opening game with I ways in the Glades area of Palm
o make an effort to keep it coming concern 1fr. Starling has been
: Beach County were introduced to
Wednesday I I
with Gulf for five wars and at
night Sept. 25. two days '''Pahokt'e Lions at their Tuesday
i Thi, 1Veek regularly. present covers Canal Point and Pa.hokee. -
earlier than was originally scheduled luncheon meeting The report of
He is No. 1 salesman in the
in order to avoid a conflicting a IO-man committee, composed of
Palm Beach district, producing
game scheduled to be played in the five men from Belle Glade and five
Orange Bowl Friday evening I more business than any other from Pahokef', was read at the
"Farm To 'Iarlet" Roads Will Receive I agent. There are six salesmen
meeting and the support of the
As a result of this two day ad- working out of the Pahokee of-
vance in the start of the scheduleCoach fice. Lions was asked in a concerted
Road Dept Attention Under New SetUp movement to get the State Road
Clyde Alley and Assistant I \fr. Starling is anxious to be-
I Department to act on the committee's -
Coach Lewell Garrison have put -- I come No. 1 man with Gulf but it recommendaions which were

the squad's final preseason train- TALLAHASSEE The state In two separate moves the board I'stems that another salesman in as follows:
ing program into high gear in an road department Monday adopted I revised the first year's allocation Miami has the same idea The Miami That the State, with federal aid,
attempt to get the team in top a plan to advance counties funds of federal aid secondary road funds man is in No. 1 spot and the build a trunk highway connecting

condition for the opener. Practice to obtain rights-of-way for primary -: to give first priority to farm-to Pahokee salesman is exerting Road 143 at the north with Road

sessions are being held on Lair federal-aid highways. The ; market roads; and also adopted a every effort to nose him out of the 26 at the south the road to run

Field each evening from 6 to 8 p. counties would repay the money : policy to follow recommendations I plact' However, every time that a half mile fast and parallel to

'm. to avoid the oppresive after- with surplus gasoline tax receipts.In of county commissioners in the ex- the Pahokt'e salesman has a good the present Pahokee.BeUe Glade

noon heat. Local fans who have the past the road department penditure of the 80 percent county I sales period and it looks like he I I road, or, as an alternate, build a

been watching the practice say the followed a policy of spend- surplus gasoline tax funds, providing !i might go into first place-the Miami I similar linking hlghay one and a

Blue Devils appear to be in good ing all its funds for construction the roads designated are parts man also has a good ales I half miles east of the present high-

physical condition but have quite and maintenance, with rights-of- of a coordinated system of con- I period and stays in first place. So I way connecting Road 194 and Road

a ways yet to go in polishing up way being obtained by the coun- necting roads. : it goes. But Mr. Starling doesn'tlet I 26; also build a highway from
their plays. ties. None of the surplus still be spent any grass grow under his feet. Belle Glade east to Ninemite Bend

Forty-one boys, including 12 or However, Chairman Elgin Bay- on main arteries of travel unless it He stays busy and one of these on Road 25. The club voted to

; more lettermen and representing less said the new policy will be 115 recommended by the counties days will. in all probability, step study these recommendations be-

J.. more than a fifth ot the total en- of great benefit to many counties I affected., Into No. l spot with Gulf. fore giving Its official approval or

\' rollment in the senior high school which do not have funds available i. "These actions," Chairman'nay- . disapproval.Lewis .

are trying out for the team this at the present time and will still lIeu said, "are designed to provide I II Friend and members of his

,fr year and the preseason spirit of allow the road department to go .I the maximum of county control swimming pool committee were

the players is running high. Thisyear's ahead with its construction and I.and to assure a fair distribution I BPVClubbersPlanFor authorized to start construction of

squad, however is very light maintenance program. between counties of funds aII'located. the pool since sufficient funds are

I averaging around 140 pounds. While it was not specifically ." I National Week now available and a quantity of
With a tormidale array of heavyweight mentioned, the new policy will I The board members In joint ses- materials have been purch85ed.

opponents scheduled to provide Volusia county with the I sion with the state improvement : Carl A. Moberg, president of the

meet the Blue Devils this season, means to obtain the right-of-way commission revised its resolution Plans to observe National B&PW Pahokee PTA announced that the

the two coaches are concentrating for construction of a super high- authorizing Issuance of revenue Week Oct. 13.19. were outlined by membership goal for PTA thIs

on plays calling for speed and pre- way from Jacksonville to Miami certificates for the construction of members of the Everglades Busi- year has been set at 600 and as
cisIon timing rather than power through Daytona Beach. The Day- the Andrews ave. bridge in Fort ness and Professional Woman's usual the LIons were asked to u-

dri\'es. They are also, without tona Beach city commission re- Lauderdale. Club at the first program meeting slat in making the drive a 8UCCt'.8S.
too much success to date, trying cently declined to spend $300,000for I I The original resolution set a of the fall season held Tuesday The Pabokee PTA will conduct its

to develop a strong Blue Del the right-of-way. maximum ot $250,000 worth of night at the home of Cleo Douthit. first meeting of the school year on

aerial attack. At the same time, the road de- I certificates, but the total was Monday night; Oct. 7, Re\ Moberg
Members of the squad reporting partment shifted its construction raised to $600.000 today when engineers On Sunday, Oct. 13, club mem- said.

regularly for practice include Ends emphasis from primary to second- i reported the bridge would ben will attend in a group ser- -..

Harry Fremd, Lynn Horn Lawrence ary, or "fann to market" roaw. I cost $550,000.Rev. vices at the First Baptist Church.On .

Connell James Scott, Ray- - - - ------------ --- wvwwuw Oct. 15 the club will conduct Cobweb Removal

mond Caruthers Fred Taylor, Ma License Sales Ho\ves Is Given a meeting at the home of Ann I Helps Looks Of P. O.
Wilson, Billy Jernigan, Donald Geiger in Canal Point. On Oct. 17. I _

Danson and Claude 1lcLarty: Are Lagging SalaryIncrease "girl.5' day," club members will Canal Point-Postmaster Osceola

Guards John Ogle, J. E. Spooner. shepherd high school girls Interested Upthegrove returned over the

Bobby Baker John T. Pickttt, Highway Patrolman. R. Kauf- Rt'\ c. T. Howes, pastor of the In civics to the city hall for an .weekend from the postmasters convention .
Hooks, Glen BoIlI.nd and into the intricacies of
Stanley introduction
Pahokee Methodist Church, re-
man saId yesterday that auto in MiamI. On Wednesday
Russell Sims; Tackles James Sims, ceived a $500 raise in his annual city government. Special publicity
license salts are lagging in the of thIs week he was on a cleaning
Lee Wroten, James Barnes, Milton alary at a meeting of the church'sexecutive I of B&PWC work and goals will cob-
Pahokte and Canal PoInt community. I rampage and was knocking
Salvatore, Kenneth Johnson, J. he board Sunday afternoon appear in local newspapers during I the
After Oct. 1. pointed webs right and left in lobby
T. Cuerry. Lennie Stuckey, J. B. fellowship the week I
out, it will be necessary for all : following a sumptuous of the post oWct' Local patrons
Woodham and J. D. Harpley: Cent- Iabel Fletcher and Mrs. Douthit
persons desiring permits to take a dinner in the social hall. In ad- are wondering just what kind 6f
ers Fred Daniels William Weathers I dition to raising their pastor's were awarded prizes for possessing
rigid examination. The permits are a speech or speeches Mr. Uptht-
and Buddy Sims; Backs James the most knowledge of the history
Pa- salary from $3,200 to :1
Hall in much
on ul upstairs at City I grove heard to put that pep
Latham, Rodney Connell, Bobby the stewards took steps to of Pahokee in a "Know Your
is I looks
hokE'E' and Irs. Marvin Cowart year into him. Anyway, the lobby
Pucock Wilbur Gt'iger. Thomas in charge of sales. In Belle Glade i lighten his work by employing I Town" contest conduct by Alma I a great deal better since the cob-
DiC'kson, Huston Connell, Frank his Farrow. John T. Pickett Sr.,
Miss Helen Howes u personal !
Mrs Harris at Harris Insurance web remo\'al.
Gillis Julian Snyder, Charles Phil- Agency is in charge of license i secretary. I guest speaker, gave a talk on I ..
lips Bill Dam, Clarence Padgett John A. Dulany committee "Building a Better Community". 1

and Charles Dickson. sales. ...---- i. chairman reported that arrangements I I, the theme adopted by the club for i Andrews Rites Set For

EJd Howell has been named were being made to seat 100 :: the coming }'ear. Sunday In Orlando

manager of this yur's team and Mother Local Woman persons at the Methodist men's fellowship 'i Guests were welcomed by Tom-
his assistants are Frank Tillis and whIch wu to have I mie Lee DuBose president and the
George Rozelle. Ann O'Cnnell, Dies In Lyons, Ga.1lrs. been held supper in the LioM Hall on'': program wu under the direction The body of Stn.senior Charles senator O.'Andrt'ws. .
Gwenfttt' Reeves, Doris Harper. Thursday night of this wet'k. J. D. : of Clark hull program chairman.
Johanna YcKinstr and Loretta B. W. Wood of Pahok received Rogers also announced that hisprogram I Refreshments of blushing apple for ttt last 10 years. wu brought

Wilson have been appointed cheerleaders word early Wednesday arrangements for thesupper salad and cake were served by from Washington back to his home

to dirttt the activities of II morning of the death of her mother i I had been completed. Mrs. Douthit, assisted by Phara in Orlando YHtnday.
be held at m.
the pep squad In the cheering section I Mrs. J. J. Wrenn, SO, at her ... I Mock and Barbara Mc\amara. cohostesses. Services will p. .
from the First Presbyterian
of the stand home in Lyons, Ga. Yrs. Wrtnn Sunday
SEltt'1CESRev. Orlando. A party
R.tl'TIST church In
The full schedule for the fall suffer a severe hip injury in a I
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season 15 u follows!: fall la't cummer and has been in E. Y. Leonard will supply I I of his senate colleagues
i rt 25 Ponce Dt' Leon There poor health since. 1fn. Wood at the Canal Point Baptist Church I \'F.TF.lt\ TO III.Ul1i to Florida to atttnd the Ifrvlctl.

Oct 4 Miami Ttch. Hue spent most of Ue summer With Sunday Services at the morning! : Senator Andrews died unexpectedly -

Oct. 11 W. Palm Beach Theft hu at Lyons.SIMONSON' I and enDing senict" 11 a. m. andS i veterans are urged to attend in Wuhington early Wednesday

Od IS Dtlray Beach __ There . I p. m. I a stAte-90ide meeting in HiaJtahI morning.. . .
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kl 25 Dania Hut I next Monday and Tuesday at

No1 Ft. Pierce __ but .Ll IR CIRCLE Yr. and 1Ira. Marvin tn\\in art I which time a lute-\\1df Veterans Mr. and frs. Ralph Stanley win

Nov, 7 Stuart ._- --___ Hut 'I'tf Simo.Lair Circle will mttt moving this weekend to Gainesville Politic& Organization will be accompany their IOn, Ronald to

Nov. U Lab Worth ___ Hut nut Monday at 3:30 p. m. at the where they wiD make their home formed. nose interested in going Birmingham, Ali. Saturday.
No\ :2 Melbourne __ Here home of Yrs. R. J. SimonJOn with while ht is attending the University should get In tout with Howard where Ronald will enroll U a medical -

Nov, : Belle Glade __._ Hut Mrs Ruth Hattcn 1.1 co-osteu. of Forid& Hoba.1 or Claude Jo tI. student at Howard CoUfrr.


Two The Everglades A'ew,, Canal Point Florida Friday, September,20, 1946

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Imagine what Claude Pepper will I -
say when he hears about this!
Think how embarrassing itill
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region BERRY FUNERAL IIOIE
be to him How can he explain
Established 1924 Published Every Friday action
such to his friend Joe Sta-
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance lin? What will Mrs. Roosevelt !
say when she learns that our bru- Ambulance Service I
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office tal Mayor sent nasty old policemen I,

In Canal Point, Florida as Second Class Matter. to open the picket lines? Do you
think she would cross a picket Pahokee Ph 2301 Belle Glade Ph 247 :

Paul Rardin Editor and Publisher line for a lousy banana?
Imagine all this stink bein'
raised over a few boat loads of
An Editor Is llarried'An
bananas Now if it was sugar or
editor was married recently and reported his own wed- butter or beef, I could understand .

din. He disposed of the bride in a few words, and then, ac- it, but bananas don't make sense il

cording to the Titusville Star-Ad\'ocate, proceeded to devote Ha\'en't we got enough people fall- I, I ,
of his attention to the follows in' around and breakin' their legs
the major portion groom as :
"The bridegroom, blushing prettily, was attractively clad as it without importin' a couple The Farming
of million bananas for folks to
in a three-piece suit of brown woolen material consisting ofa stuff themselves sick with and L

coat, a vest and pants. The coat was charmingly festooned throw peelings all over the side

with a white flower in the left buttonhole. The vest was walks? Why instead of condemn- I

sleeveless, closd in front and gracefully fashioned with pock- ing Mr. Hall what we ought to do Season I

ets. It was held together in the back with a strap and buckle. is erect a statute to him or elect i
His pants were neatly pressed for the occasion and he wore him president of the Safety Council i ': ''

them with an air as if he little suspected it would be the The way we been carryin' on I : I-

last time he 'wore pants' in that familr. Hose and necktie you would think we were a bunch :
of Republicans or something IS NOW .APPROACHING. 'VE ARE 1
added just the right dash of color to complement the effect. I
No wonder the labor boys stag- i
The shoes were of genuine leather, laced with a string of the ed a protest parade, stormed the READY WITH OUR FARM ARES I

same, giving a chic appearance. The shirt was of white City Hall and threatened to call a I

broadcloth material, purchased on the black market in At- general strike In fact they got

lanta. It had an 8-button front, one back, two sleeves, two so upset over the mess that they : I II

cuffs and one collar. The shirt was worn with the tail neatly forgot all about Tom Watson for no I
tucked in the pants." whole week And when labor gets
so wrought up it forgets Tom, well Indications are bright that \ve \\'ill j
brother, that's bad, and I do mean !, i .
Big Fish Story And Cold Swim At Dawn BAD. hare a busy fall season in the farming I

Catching a 26-pound fish with a pair of ice tongs and an .. .

anchor is really something. That's what two women did Rev. Blair Returns business. Farmers will be need-

near Midland, Ontario, the other day. They were having a

morning swim, saw the big maskinonge quietly browsing Today From Hospital ing Seeds, Fertilizers, Insecticides, : ;
around among the reeds, and biff, bang, they went at him

anchor and tongs. Got him, too. This should be a lesson to Canal Rev Point W, T.Methodist Blair, pastor church of, will the I; and 0015. Most of our supplies are : '

those who like sunny dips in late afternoon and scorn snappy
return today from ChicagQ where
cold swims at dawn. Or maybe a lesson in keeping ice tongs 'I he recently underwent an operation no\\ reaching \\'arehouse.. To be

and anchors handy, just in case. But then, of course, some 'I. On Sunday morning the local -

people don't care for maskinonge.-Raleigh (X.C.) Times. I pulpit will be filled by Dr. sure you are not caught napping better ;

Henry W. Blackburn, :Miami dis-

Retain Older Workers trict superintendent Quarterly con- see us now and place your orders. iI i
ference will be held following the I
Among many of the nation's employers, a new movement morning sen ice. Rev. Blair will .
to retain older and experienced hands has become evident preach at the 8:15 o'clock service 'j i

recentlp. .. I,

Not forgetting the problem of jobless youngsters, man- M. and Mrs. Francis Thomas I I II

industrialists realize that the pa5t-fortr workers is entitled Sganga, Sr., and daughter, Ann are ,

to just as much consideration. They are also aware that the house guests of Mr. and Mrs. KilGORE SEED CO1 : i \

man who has spent 10 or 20 years in the same plant is normally Frank O'Connell in Canal Point,
pretty well equipped to handle his job. His'er returned to their home in Brooklyn -

steadiness is an asset to the firm; his years of service, a N Y., last week. Pahokee Belle Glade : I

tribute to his craftsmanship.
Weeding out faithful old-timers who are still capable\ is Phone 3201 Phone 106Betzner's

not an answer to the reconversion enigma. The youngsters ClassifledAdsSEPTIC ;

themselves don't want the jobs that way Reids\'ilIe .1
(N.C.) Review. tanks and grease traps i iI it
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cleaned and repaired. Phone
'# guy named "Sailor" Hall to run 3872. Bob Douthit Pahokee. M17c i

TO their show
FOR SALE: Fine display of New I
Well, "Sailor" being honest and.
and reconditioned trailers Small :
conscientious and anxious to do ogood ; has been a '
down payment balance like rent.
job, throws a picket line
We have three lots and a j : :
around the docks and starts hang- carry
( hay) in' up "No Banana" signs in aU Seventy-fi\'e thousand doll a r s HOME TRADE NAME !
stock we surely can solve
V your
the languages includin' the Scan-
Governor dina\'Ian. housing problem Arthur Trailer 1' for a Quarter of a !
Sales, East main St. Pahokee.
the Tampa And here is where the
newspapers I I
from 10
Open a. m.tb9p.m.
come Into the picture Right dally Including Sunday, tfch i Century ; J
all around away they start sa in' a lot of un- I IVe
went out of kind things about Mr. Hall. They WORK WASTED for new % yard have hundreds of patrons who do most if I

the had point out that he Is an excon\ict, unit dragline. R. W. Sans, Lake I
not all their trading with our store, in the lines :
recognize the out on parole and that he has a Placid, Fla., Gen. De-livery. S20p I
good. police record longer than a bad we carr)". If you are new to the community, we :

At the time I thought the guy dream They even go so far u to FOR A SMALL down payment and I invite you also to come and get acquainted and w
publish his picture number and all, $1.25 per week you can buy a i I
had overboard on the wrong
gone 6.00x16 Goodrich Tire Henderso.1 make this your trading spot.
aide of the boat, but after readin' and call him a highwayman and :
Texaco Service Station, Pahokee i
the headlines and editorials this bank robber :
past week it looks like I'll haveS It's just like Governor Caldwell Phone 3t41 S21ch : !

S agree with him. said. AU they can see Is the bad FOR SALE: 1.CoUon Felt Mattress : GOULD POWER PUMPSi
You know we have been Mvin' and they Ignore the good. Here For double Bed good as I
a lot of fun here in Tampa over Is a guy who may have been In the New: also one Folding Bed Price j Ij
our banana boats It seems that penitentiary and may be all they I reasonable, Phone 2851. S30pd for Domestic and Farm U5e These are sturdy and

the fellows who bought the bananas ray about him Is true But he Is effective service giving units. Those who ha\6 !
n.\nr CIIICKS Heavies C. 0 D ,
wanted to unload the boats and out on parole and trying to go i used them, like them. '
S14,95 for 100. David Nichols
the longshoremen said they could- strlght.
Hatchery, Rockmart, Ga Oct.4p
n't because they were on strike Instead of trJin' to make a Ihin' Just received a special delivery of Aluminum

They weren't strikin' against the the hard way like robbin' banks or FOR SALE: Holland cabbage setter and Enamel cooking ware Some of the niftiest

guys who owned the bananas nor tlckin' up fillin' stations, he gets extra gears for red, State roasters and pang you ever saw.
against the guys who owned the himself a respectable job as a market platform in charge Frank

beats: they were mad at a flock I labor leadtr. Like l1r. PetriIlo, Colson or contact Smith 161. Have some flat galvanized sheets, good for
of Washington bureaucrats known I phe hu found that "crirr.e d\ sn't Woodward a\'e.. phone 5.551, Or-
flashing work, and all types of home and farm i
as the War Shipping Board and I pay" so he Is pla in' it on the level.I lando $2.5.00. Oct. 4cb hardware. !
the Wag Stabilization l3 ard. su j He quits breakin' the laws and ,
they paraded up and down In j joins the smart guys that YARE FOR S.\U 3'xfx6' reach.in rev I Ire
front of the dock singin' "Yes 'EM. frlgerator i,hp Frigid.1lre unit \ are providing more shelving for the mass

You Oft No Bananas" I Instead of talkin' about Mr. suitable for store or restaurant of merchandise arriving in our store. Post war

Now for my put they could let Hall's I unfortunate past and drag. good condition now operating, goods arriving in generous amounts. Something
aU the bananas May on the boats gin' all the skeletons out ot his $250.00 Mrs. Cecil Mobley Ever for you in the lots.
until Gabriel blows his horn I !family closet the newspapers glades Hotel. Phone S. Okeechobee.
never tat the darn things, but it should hare praised him for his Fla. Oct. 4p'I' wwv.n.w

teems that some people do and noble effort to go straight and told
ron S\U Five
: horsepowerJohnson
right away the Mayor and Chief ofPeliee :: how ht had reformed and was I
Outboard $100. In So. 1
and lots of other folks start I Ifrotbln' i trying his level best to earn 11 C'onditlon H. H Sears Canal IIETZNER'STHE
at the mouth and scream- honest 1i\1r.g
I Point. Up.
In' for b.tnan.t..41. flow can Tampa ever expect to
Now when you want to pull oft I'get anywhere when our newspapers FOR S.\U: Furnished house HARDWARE STORE ;

a grade A strike, you gotta ha\'e' use such poor judfmtnt ready to move Into close in, I' MAIN STREET BELLE GLADE, FLA. .
leadership! and sJ the longshoremen Don.t they realize that things have price rusouble. Some good buys IPage

hem' a more or less rugged !changed i.\ this country, that this I in business proptrty Call Dan ,
outfIt look around and pick out a : 15 the age ot the "Common: 111:1." Carpenter, Polhokee 5.1. StS27'c [


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I .! Use aid ruse your cooking fats, and when you have peacetime necess' s..Your fat salvage releases fresh ,I II

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

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Page Four The Everglade News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, September 20, 196'I

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! Brenda Kaye Unvin Fremd Re-Elected Livestock Shows October are the Fat Hog show and
sale October 15-16 in Ocala and
Has Birthday Party Scheduled For State te Second Annual Duroc show

President Of FFA i and sale October 11 in the same

Mrs. Horace Un\\in entertained ORL.\\DO-Special recognition ; city the Florida Quarter Horse

at her home Friday afternoon with of the Kissimmee Valley Range i Association how and sale, also
Brenda : Harry Fremd was re-elected Mr. and Irs. James Eli Sullen- Livestock Show 'in Ocala October
a party for her daughter, was made by the on 28-29. the
{aye, who was celebrating hr president of the Pahokee Chapter ger, Jr., (Betty Gant) of Pahokee Florida Livestock Sanitary Board : Florida Aberdeen-Angus show and

third birthday anniversary. i Future Farmers of America, at the announce the birth of a daughter .at Tampa last week when members sale at Ocala October 30. and the

Games were played and balloon first meeting of the school year Karen Sue, at the Everglades Memorial voted to hold the October meeting Florida Guernsey show and sale in

party favors were presented to the held Tuesday night at the high Hospital on Sept 11, In both Jacksonville and Kissimmee Large October 31,

guesu. Refreshments of ice cream, school. Other officers elected for Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hayes of -A. "

cake and punch were served by the the year were 'Frank Tillis vice Canal Point announce the birth of The board will meet in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Dvbrow

hostess to Patsy Wilkinson Jean president: Payne Jackson, secre- a daughter, Hilda, at the Ever- on October 4, then adjourn to are moving into the new bungalow

nine and Rupert Mock Jr., Sandra tary: Ed d Howell, treasurer, glades Memorial Hwpital on Sept reconvene in Kissimmee, October recently completed by Don Hillier

Bennett, Joan Todd, Homer Frasure Thomas Dickson watchdog and 15. 5 during the show. Other livestock I and Sons which they have purchuled. -

Jr., Sandra Lampi, Nancy Lee Milton Salvatore, reporter. Phillip Mr. and Irs. N. R. Rives of Belle shows scheduled in Florida during .

Thomas Eva Jean Thompson Lin- Brooks, new FFA advisor for the Glade announCe the birth of a son I

da Sowder, Betty Mae Gillis, Bet- Pahokee Chapter, was present at at the Everglades Memorial Hos-
Eddie the meeting.As pital on Sept. 16. - 1
ty Grimes, Benny Baxter, . .
Crews, Bill Cochran, Michael Wil- an important chapter project !

son, Jimmy'Batchelor, Sharon and for the coming year, the group IYF Groups Plan "The connecting link bet\veen employer : I

Roger Watson. Billy Mackey, voted to establish a nursery for
For New Subdistrict
Wayne Unwin, Edna Unwin, Miss the growing of ornamental shrub- en1plovee" I

Corrine Marshall, Mrs Simmons bery to be sold to the publIc as
Wilkinson, Mrs. John Bennett, a means of raising funds for the embers of the Canal Point and I

olrs. Owen Todd, Mrs. Robert chapter. This nursery will be lo- Pahokee Methodist Youth Fellow-

Lampl, Mrs. Joe Thompson Mrs.F. cated in the old slat house across ship attended a IYF picnic and Helen R. Browning I

G. Gilli3. Mrs. Ralph Grimes, the highway from the Canal Point meeting in Belle Glade last Friday

Mrs. John Cochran, Jr., Mrs. J. E. school Plans were made to start night where plans were made for

Batchelor and Mrs. Carey Watson. work on the nursery as soon as organizing a new MYF subdistrict Personnel Service

. necessary repairs are made on the for the Lake Okeechobee area
slat house. Other Methodist Church youth

1\fontayne Talks I The' FFA boys also voted to sell groups represented at the meeting Box 56 Phone 271W I II

To Pahokee Rotarians: their chapter truck and use the included Moore Haven, Lake Har- I

money toward the purchase of a bor, Belle Glade, South Bay and Belle Glade, Fla,
new truck. Twenty-eight members Clewiston. It was decided to com- II
Carlton Montayne, Miami Daily
were present at the meeting and plete organization plans at the Register-No Charge
News columnist and k n own
new members will be received up next meeting which is to be held II I I
throughout South Florida for his II
to Oct. 15. the deadline for FFA in Pahokee. I II
famous column
"Monty Says,
Those from Pahokee
membership registration. Definite attending I
was guest speaker at the weekly
--- -
dates for regular meetings will be were Frank Rozelle, Jr.. Lucille
meeting of the Pahokee Rotary
announced later. Rogers Joy Padgett Nell Howes,
dub last Thursday, The visiting ... Rev. C. T. Howes, Barbara Wroten ) ., Ml\, ? ,nnnnrnrnnnnnnn ,n 1 nn' ,t r 1!,nr,rr 7
f'olumnlst pointed out to Rotar- ---
Helen Howes Thomas Howes,

lie lans at the their many door.opportunities He said during that State Convention Of Donald Padgett Ronald Stanle '. HERBERT'S Fine Clothes For I

Doris Harper Joy Fields and
his discourse that he expects great I Farm Bureau To Be Laurie Rogers From Canal Point Men and Women
things of the Lake Okeechobee I IE'
were Sarah Dart, Elwood Dart and TAILORED
Held Miami Nov S TO IEASUHE
Region in the next few years. Mr. I ,
Louise Sims.
Montayne's speech was thoroughly -- -... -- Mare Your udies' Clothes Tailored I IBr
enjoyed by the club members and ORLANDO-The annual State
their guests convention of members of the Florida -
The public is cordially invited
Farm Bureau will be held at
to attend the ordination service
ORDlXAXCE OF B.\l-TISI Miami on November 8-9, John Ford AL BELCHER
which will be conducted next
Rev C. A. Moberg, pastor of the executive secretary of the Bureau
Tuesday night at 8:30: First Bap-
First Baptist Church, Pahokee, announced here this week. BOX 8i6 AHOKEE
tist Church of Pahokee. Iessrs.
will conduct the ordinance of Preparations for the convention
Lawrence Jaudon C. A. Batchelor
baptism Sunday at three o'clock, will be made Friday at Miami ata
and F. G, Gillis were recently elect-
Canal Point Baptist Church. A joint meeting of State Bureau
ed by the church for consideration
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most cordial invitation is extended I and Dade County Farm Bureau ofI -
to the public to attend. ficials. as deacons Pastors Enlow Clements I
I and Creasy of the Baptist I IIlolllogenizet'
----- -- ----- -
--- -- -- churches of Belle Glade, Lake

______ __ ___ u __ _ _ ____ _____ Harbor and Clewi ton, will assist.

Olive Colltver a widow. : .
VitUlllil1 Boo Milk
Plaintiff : In EQuity
\'s. : No. 22.252
Jonathan R. Holt et al. :
Dfoff'ndants. :
In Canal Point TO' E. DONALD HOLT and -- I
IRENE GRl13.\UGII HOLT his wife.

!I Serving Only the Finest Foods 1066 Chicago.West Cook Catalpa County.Strt'ft.Illinois: ': AVAILABLE AT YOUR I II I

i RUBY ANDERSON a single woman.
Regular Meals & Short Orders ETIJF.L CLARENCE ANDERSON ANDERSON a single and woman I GROCERY STORE I

i Rockford. \vlnnebago County. --0.0LFA- I


I a wldo'A' 4425 14th Street North-
west. W&ihlngton, D. C :
L--== ==-= = --=- -=- _-_-_ - -- !
GUST.NEt50N and
- - ----- ---- - Pehidere Boone Count). Illinois: t
I - his wife
I II I 'whOM" first name 15 unknown). ,
I Bt'ngsfors. Dalsland Sweden: and

: f.1U.t. BJORKQVIST andBJORKQVIST Phone 20 Belle Glade, Fla !

; piesel her husband .
iwtu a first name 15 un- I I1
Sweden known Btltingsfors Dalsland, Ii i

G. M. C. IndustrialPower BY NOTIFIED that a suit has been
flied In the above named Court by --1
Olive Coll1ttr Plaintiff against you. "
I the cfIoff'ndantl above named and I
against Jonathan R. halt Esther Crt'lm"r !
I Holt his WIfe Jonathan Richard ;
; Units Holt a minor William Colllrer Holt BATTERY
a minor Robert Linwood Holt. a minor. RADIOSI!
and New York Life Insurance Company
a New York torporatton. as trustee I IYe
for the purpose of obtaining a declara- mantel
II I torT decree with rf'CPf'ct to the Plain- \ have several TRrETONE :

I 3..1.j Cylinder Models scribed tW', ownership real estate of the In fo\1o'A1nr Palm Beach des models priced, less batteries, from
: County Florida
i The West Qnt'.half i',1 of let II 37.75 to $12.0E I I III
In Stork Three '31 In Block Nineteen 1191.' 9' I .
City of Wet Palm Beach Florida :
I al'l'Ofdlnr to the plat thereof on
; I Ii me Clrrutt In the Court office In of the and Clerk for of Palm the i Cabinet type automatic record chang-

Beach Count,. Florida recorded In
Pat: Book 1 page 2 i\\ er,12 ten inch or ten 12 inch records, ':

i Coastal TruckEquipment & and till a for construction the further of purpose the wilt of of obtain-Jon I'j three 1 tube, at ............ .-...... 0.----- $52,60I '
: athan Rufus Coulter deceased and des Ittrmlnlcr I:
I the rights of the PlalnUff
II I and the Defendants to certain personal
property left bJ the said decedent I A Hea\1' Duty 1000 hour Radio Bat-

: Co. :TItER nt an NOTIFIED appearance AND In the REQUIRED said suit on to ;I b teries at .............-.. ...- - --. -. 55.95
or before October 4. 1944 tn default! or
'toleh I decree pro tor.ff'll.4O may bt en- "
tend aaalnst touwrTNfSs
rnT hand and the sea! of I. ,
; East Palm Beach Road Phone 256I -R ud the Court 20th: day It west of \um't Pall Bt'Ich.1m r.o:1da. ;

I I ,' Clerk J .\LL.RSl"'rrE of the above Court I Western Auto Associate Store I

Belle Glade .CIr euit Court 8n1l' .
BY R B C'orrk MKee.Deputy w I. )1. LAIR, Owner AHOKEE, FLA. ,:
L :
for P'& z.t ff J
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Friday, September 20, 1946 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida i-'J 11vt

Florida, Lynn Walker, Dean Wilson Will !iOTICE
Glades Students Dignitaries PALS BEACH COUNTY FLORIDA. September 6th. 19-16-
Gene Waits, Jimmy Shirley, NOnCE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to Section 9 of Chapter 18296.
Attend Celebration Laws of Florida. Acts of 1931. known ai the! MURPHY -\CT. and in pursuance of
Thomas Howes, Marvin Un\\in and Chapter 20658. Laws of Florida. Acts of 19-11. known ai the EVERGLADES

Return To College Donald Harrington, first year; C. DRAINAGE DISTRICT ACT the fOllOWing described land. situated in Everglades
STARKE-Governor Millard F. Drainage District in Palm Beach County Florida will be cfered for sale It
E. Williams and Edwin Rice, third public outcry for the highest and best cash bid, subject to the rights of the
Caldwell, Congressman Emory H. Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund and of the Board of Commw1oners
Universities and colleges are attracting year. Florida State COllege for of Everglades Drainage DIStrict to reject any and all bids at the Courthouse
Price four state cabinet
members beginning at 10.00 O'Clock \. M. iF.STI on the 11th day of October 1946. A3
more young people from Women, Tallahassee -Xell Howe, the president ot the University of to all lands outside the corporate limits of any municipality as of this date
the Pahokee-Canal Point area this Betty Lou Pickett, first year: Betty title to one half of all petroleum and three fourths of other mineral will be
fall than ever before. Several of Jean Stevens Florida and the chairman of the. reserved by Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund; it lands are within Said
IcLarty, Nancy .
corporate limits as of this date the reservation applies but privilege to explore
these are returned service men who and Nell Latham, second year: I State Road Department were mine and develop will be conducted on and under land only w'lth the
under among high state dignitaries who consent of the surface oer.
are attending college pfrvisions Louise Sims and Betty Speer, fourth
Easement for road right of way 200 feet wide will be reserved by said Trusstees
in the GI Bill of Rights. A year. Rollins College, Winter this week advised the local American from any parcel through which there Is an existing State road; and easement .
few of the married veterans are Park Calvin Peacock, H. B. Legion Post of their plans to for drainage and reclamation and for road purposes will be reserved by
the Board of Commissioners of Everglades Drainage District Fifty percent
attend the Bradford Veterans'Homecoming
being accompanied to the university Baxter and W. A. Stevens, Jr. University (50o/c I of all oiL gas and mineral rights will be reserved by the Board: of Com-
towns by their wives. Other ot Mississippi Marilyn celebration here on missioners of Everglades Drainage D1Strlct.

veterans have enrolled for studies September 28. DESCRIPTION Sec. Twp. Rge. A:.
Nason, first year, and Will A. Na-
Lots 6 & 7. Block 1. Bunker Hill
but are unable to find lodging in son, law student. Palm Beach Attorney General J. Tom Watson Addition No. 2to. West Palm

the vicinity ot their schools and Junior College-Nina Ruth Bar- Secretary of State R. A. Beach as in PB 10 P 12 ___u______ 4 44 43
Lot 16. Block 1. Bunker HUl
may be unable to attend until the wick, Tom Boland and Ernest Bo- Gray, State School Superintendent Addition No. 2 to West Palm

\ housing shortage becomes less land. Colin English, Commissioner of Beach u In PB 10 P 72 m________. 4 U 43

acute. Agriculture Nathan Mayo, Dr. BOARD OF COUMISSIOXrns OF EVERGLADE
University ot Miami-Fay Cran-
Tigert, president
Among those who have already ford, first )'ear. Scarett College, TRUSTEES OF THE INTERNAL IMPROVESENT
University, and Elgin Bayle93, FUND OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA
left for or are planning to leave Nashville, Tenn.-Margaret And Road Department chairman, were J. Alex Arnette Agent for Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund and for
for institutions ot high learning erson. Terry School of Art- Board of Commissioners ot EnrgladN Drainage District Palm Beach County
thus added to the growing list of Florida.
Thelma Hillier. Texas A&M, College -
the following: University otr
are notables who \\ill join in the welcome Publish: September 6th. 13th & 20th. 19-16.
Station, Texas-Vance Dent-
.- to General Johnathan M.
-- -- -- -
on. Stetson University, Deland-
Wainwright who will fly here from NOTICE OF INTENTION TO SELL LAND
David Unwin. Shorter College, Fort Sam Houston, TexaS for the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to Section 15 m. Chapter
Rome, Ga., Eleanor Chastain. 20658.Laws of Florid" Acts of 19.11. and SEction 61, Chapter 14717 Lan of
day's events. Florida. Am of 1931. as amended by Section 11. Chapter 20058. Laws ot Florida
UEm Southern Georgia Junior College, The Governor will be represented Acts of 19-11. the following described land in Palm Beach County Florida to.w1t:
Douglas, Ga. Betty Woodyard.
on the General's arrival at the DESCRIPTION Sec. Twp Rge. Ac.
Hoard College, Birmingham, Ala Lot 13. Block 6. Vedado II.S In PB
Jacksonville airport by Col. H. N. 11 P 21 m_..______________________.. 33 43 43
--Ronald Stanley Nurses'School, Kirkman, director of the State Loti 49 &: A--I9. Ridgeway Beach
PROSPERITY MAkES Good Samaritan Hospital, West ai In fB 7 P 11 & Supplemental -
Highway Patrol The honor guest Plat by State Survey
fRfNOS.ADVfkSIIYLTRIES Palm Beach Barbara Brown. will then be escorted by motorcade as In PB 14 P 60 __________.u____... 18 42 :n .'1
Nurse3' School, Atlanta, Ga.Betty Lots 50 &: "-50. Rldgeny Beach
THEM fAnd Wetherington Monteverde and receive the Governor's personal I as in PB 1 P 11 & Supplemental .
welcome upon reaching Starke i Plat by State Survey
School, Monteverde, Fla Lillian I as In PB 14 P 60 __muUuu_ 18 42 31 .8
about noon on the 28th. Part of Sec. ai in DB 662 P 441------- 34 41 31 10
Kimball and Donna Hillier.
Radio Station WPDQ, Jacksonville Lot 16. Block 1. VIctor L. Geiger
.. . Addition to Pahokt'e as In PB
will broadcast
I a running account 18 P 13. being a Subdlof
I II I of the day's event and General Tracts 30 & 31 ._____________m_..._ 18 42 31 .1SEy
before of Wl.8 OF Nfjlt OF NWltu____ 6 U 38 25E3.4
Air Freight Service Wainwright's speech of Er4 OF NEr4 OF NWr4___..__ 6 44 36 1.5
an expected throng of 15.000 spec- El-8 of \\Ia OF NEr4 OF NW ._______ 6 44 36 2.S
Offered By National VV'rz OF Er4 of WI2 OF NEr4 OF
I tators. NWI4 ---___._----________---_--_._.- 6 4t 36 2.5
The beloved "Hero of Bataan"is wry of Ela of Wiz OF NElt OF

IPA-Swift air freight service a cousin of Bradford County NWlt .__ __-_ u________ __n______... 6 44 31 S"t
of Erl OF NElt OF NWlt m___ 6 44 36 10
I will be started by National Representative N. D. Wainwrig-ht. \\' 2 of Wl.8 or NEr4 or NWI4m___ 6 44 36 2.5
Air Line.; between cities served by Jr.. scion of prominent North FlorIda EI2 of tV'4 or Nflt OF N\\"lt _uu__ 6 4t 36 5Wla
F I or Elt of Lot 2 State
i the company's DC-4 Buccaneer family. Survey __________m_____________ G U 36 5
transports, Thomas Flint, district Tracts 9a &: 99. Block 11. Palm

r 'I' NAL manager for Tampa announced AIR LINE EXPANDS Beach No. 3 Farms________company__u________Plat________ 10
this week NEW YORK-Ea3tern Air Lines Tracts 126 &: 127. Block 71. Palm .

I Flint said the new service which announced this week plans for No.3 Beach Farms_____ __Company__________ Plat__..._ 10EI.
I marks the entry of National into completion of a building program OF WI2 ot Lot 2. State
insurance ___.._ 6 44 36 5
adequate i the air cargo field, will offer trans. at its transport base in Miami I Survey m mmmuU

portaation of commodities between which will increase its investment Lots 11 & 12. Block 2. Bunker

has everted adversity for II New Yorks Newark, Jacksonville there to more than $2,500.000 and Hill Beach Addition as In PB to 10 West P 8 m Palm____....... 4 4t 43

many a far.sighted person. I Tampa, Miami and New Orleans provide five times the office and Lots 11 &: 12. Block 1. Bunker

I at rates approximately half of hanger pace it occupied six Hill Beach Addition as In PB to 10 West P 8 -Palm-________._. 4 44 43
those of air express.A months ago. Tract 105. Block 59. Palm Beach
. _____..._
Farms Company Plat No. 3 5
special department for the ..
-' -
I Tract 90. Block 78. Palm BeACh
O. R. BLEECH ,handling of air freight shipments Owen Taylor of Jacksonville Farms Company Plat No. 3------- 5
has been set up by NAL under the spent the weekend visiting his Tract 91. Block 78. Palm Beach
mSUR'KC PAAOKEE I Farms Company Plat No. 3. 5
direction of O. M, Foxworth, Jr., : cousins. Rev and Mrs. C. T. Howe3 Tract 92. Block 78, Palm Beach ..
formerly with the Railway Agency I and family. Farms Company Plat No. 3------- 5
I Tracts 103 & lOt Block 78. Palm
Beach Farms Company Plat
-- ----.- No.3 -_ _.____.______h_...___.._ 10

rm a oaaoa a aoaa a S50'ofN893'ofE1O5'ofW 405' & S 40' of N 743' of fj 105'
of W 510' Rt'plat ot Madrid
Park as In PB 20 P 20 Being
NWr4 OF NW'4 .____._ ___u".'"- 29 43 4t :2
Steam Clean Any Car or Truck Motor .............................. $3.00 Tract 53. Block S. Palm Beach
Farms Company Plat No. 3 _._----._ n
Tract 43. Block 12. Palm Beach
Farms Company Plat No. 3 ___u___ 10
Lubricate and Vacuum Clean Car, Until Oct 1 ................ $1,50a Tract 61. Block 80. Palm Beach
Farms Company Plat No. 3 u_____._ 5
LoU 59 & 60. Block 31. West
Gate Estate; f Northern Section .
Buy vour tires tubes batterand Auto STEERING ) as In PB 8 P 38 ____.____-____.._ 30 43 43 .11
Tract 13. Block 11. Palm Beach
Wheel Spinners ..49c Farms Company Plat No. 3 uu.-". M
SupplIes on Easy.. Terms at our store, will be offered for sale at public outcry for the highest and best cash bid subject .
25 Ft Rubber Covered Trouble to the right of the Board of Commissioners of Everglades Drainage District
.) to reject any and all bids at the Courthouse. beginning It 1000 O'Clock A M.
NECAR AND TRUCK TIRES NOW PAY Lights -...-......... $; -.9. EST I on the 11th day of October. 19-16. Easement for drainage and reclamation
AS LOW AS $1.25 PER WEEK ON A 6.00x16 TIRE 0 and road purposes will be reserved. Fifty percent UO't) of III oil gu and:

iiJ Buy a 1.50x20-10 ply Rayon Truck Tire for $3.00 per week, ALL METAL .... a mineral rights will also be rl"StO'M.Board of Commissioners of Everglades

A $IO.O Purchase will open an account on easy terms Flash LIghts ...... aac aBack Drainage District
By J. Alex Arnette u Agent for said Board.
Publish September 6th. 13th & 20th. 19-16.

Flush Radiator and Motor Block ................................ $3.00
iiJ J alj /

j New B, F. Coodrich and SilrertownVashing Machine ''

TIRES HOSE D'Ol"T11'I:11' '0

1'laW.\H TIRES Six-Foot and. 5-S Inch For Tubs Flung a 0 Protect Your Valuables i

6.00x16 . .... .. . .. . . .._ 516.10 plus tax Draining aC1 AND IMPORTANT PAPERS WITIi ONE

Ground Grill 6.00x16 . $16.10 plus tax 79c OF OCR NEW HOIE SAFES

CHEST, Price ............................ $32.86
Lower Hose for 39..n Ford.. ................................................... i5c 0 0 with combination lock. Weighs 75 lJi.}

Sealbeam Lights for Model A Ford . ................. $1.95 0
Q ..... .. .......... Medium Size SAFE, Price ..... . 590.8

Firestone Spark Plugs ... ................... .............................-......... 39c I One hour fire protection . burglar relocking device .
, 28-in high single door, weighs 306 lbs.
Mufflers and Tail Pipes for Ford Cher.. Dodge, Plymouth ':

Large Size SAFE, Price .......... 512-1.:31:

0 Burglar re.l'king device, one hour fire protection,

:,inge! door, 24-in high weighs 383 Ib .
Henderson Texaco Station


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Page SLt The Everglades News. Canal Point Florida Friday, September 20. 1946
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?;t Bible Class Names begin October 1st., in a special Walta Nell Hull Has Wilson, Jean Wilson, Raymond Caruthers I Mr and Mrs W. H. Clark, Mrs.W .
campaign led by the Membership Jr., Edd Howell, Betty I G. Hull and Miss Clark Hun
A = New Group Officers Vice President Thurmond Kmght. Birthday Party Batchelor Gloria Henderson, Imo- visited relatives in Lakeland last

r, This Sunday the teacher will pre gene Spivey, Frank Tills, Carlton weekend.

The report of the nominating sent the lesson as found in Matt. Miss Walta Nell (Tinky) Hull )McCall Elwood Dart, Sib-le Jen- __ _
z committee on officers Fellowship 253146.: A most cordial invita- celebrated her sixteenth birthday sen, Mary Helen Hooks, Peggy --- ---
Men's Bible Class, was presented tion is extended to all unaffiliated i Moberg, Thomas Dickson, Billy
by Horace Unwin and adopted last men and visitors. The class meets anniversary at a party given by Rawls, J. E. Spooner, Betty Jo

Sunday, as follows President L. in Fellowship HaJJ Sunday mornings her mother Mrs. Walter G. Hun in I Brooker, Gwen Gant, Lavan Connell Low Bed20.Ton
Jaudon, Membership Vice President at 9:45. Rev. Yoberg will act the Pahokee Woman's Club build- Rodney Connell, Fay Gilbert,.
Thurmond Knight, Social Vice as installing officer Sunday morn- ing Friday evening. The clubhouse Lee Wroten, Patsy Creel, Barbara
President C. R. Wroten Fellowship ing. All newly elected officers are was beautifully decorated in pastel Wilkinson, Frank Gillis and Mur-
vice president Claude Shirley, asked to be present. I colors with bouquets of fall flow- I, ray Weeks. TRAILERAvailable
ers. The serving table, covered I .L-
Spiritual vice president Henry Bar- .. I
wick, Recording Secretary M. P. with a lace tablecloth and with a Jack A. Phillips
Holman Assistant Secretary Jack large cut-glass punch bowl at the
Chastain Corresponding Secretary In cooperation with the request center, was lighted with pink Makes First Solo Hop
that the teachers of our schools
tapers and decorated with pink
Horace Unwin, Song Rep
attend this Sunday the church of rosebuds.
Cowart and Rev. C. A. Moberg, Jack A. Phillips, proprietor of for Moving
their choice Rev. G. A. Moberg,
Dancing games were enjoyed ,
teacher and pianist. the Triangle Restaurant in Canal
pastor of the First Baptist Church the Johnson I i I
by guests. Dicky ,
The almost accomplished goal of Point, made his first solo flight
of Pahokee will speak at the Heavy Tractors
200 enrolled will be the aim of the Sears, Joan Wilson and on Monday of this week under I
eleven o'clock hour on the subject
Lois Echols were contest prize
class for the new year which wil II. guidance of the Glades Aviation i
"Study That You Might Teach: \\inners. Refreshments of individ- company of which Bill Golden is I and Draglines
The Ladies Quartet will sing. At ice
ual frosted uTinky" cakes, the !
manager. Mr. Phillips, a
i.the night service 8:30, the pastor cream and punch were served by former service man, 19 rather I
will preach on "The PhiJippian the hostess assisted by her other I the Job
I proud of the fact that he has adI Hourly or By
Jailer: The musical of !
family daughters, Miss Clark Hun, rrs. vanced this far in aviation.I .
some fifty orchestra choir and Charles Barnes i
Wilkinson Yrs. Ed i i I
Prince Theatre quartet will augment the "Illumi- and Mrs. W. RoscelJe Wilson. .. . .

nated Cross Ieditation" program. Others attending were Barbara and Yrs. Mike Hoperich and I ED LANDERS
The Training Union will convena Wroten Helen Stokes, Frank Ro- son. Michael, have returned from a
Pahokee, Florida at 7:30. Sunday School at 9:45. zelle, Jr., Blanche Stevens, Eddie I vacation tour through the Middle I Belle Glade

-.. Stanley Joy Padgett, John T. I I West and East during which they
Week of Sept. 22 Pickett, Jr., Ray Hatton, Bill !I visited relatives In Magnet, Nebr., Phone 85
Baptists Enjoy Fish Elam, Lynn Horn Margaret Detroit Iich., Salem Ohio and :
vwwJuwwwSun.Mon.w Last Powell, Gwenette Reeves Loretta' other points along the way. I
Fry Thursday j I .

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One of the best, if not the best,

was the fish fry put on last Thurs- .
oy day night on the grounds of the

First Baptist Church, Pahokee.
The estimated 100 men in attendance .
; agreed that this kind of thing

should be done often. Hence, in
the very near future this will be
repeated with the presence of the
L fl'HER ladies to make the program com-

plete. Dave Young, the swamp
cabbage expert, R. Cowart, the ice
tea maker extraordinary, Angus 1LANTEDI
and Albert Cowart, hush puppy
artists a la supreme not to men-
tion fishermen Wroten, Mock, :
Weaver Marvin Unwin, Levens,
JOAIJ ROBERT Evans, Gillis and Tillis performed
I t'ttidD in a manner worthy of much com-

LESLiE mendation. .
....- II

Jot+t IGI01 IIIIIU HalCl '
is the subject of
'" the Lesson-Sermon which will be
read In Churches of Christ, Scientist -
throughout the world on Sun-
day, September 29. i.

The Golden Text is: "In God Is i "
d my salvation and my glory: the
rock of my strength, and my '
refuge? is in God" (Ps. 62:7). t 167,420INSULATORS '
Among the citations which comprise ,t-. :
the Lesson-Sermon is the following : 1 1V
from the Bible. "AU thy
works shall praise thee 0 Lord; I
and thy saints shall bless thee.

They shaH speak of the glory of] 16,380

thy kingdom, and talk of thy

power: To make known to the sons LIGHT POLES
of men his mighty acts, and the ,
glorious majesty of his kln dom"
(Ps. H5:10-12): '
The sson-Sermon also includes s .

the following passage from the BS60 ,
Christian Science textbook, "Sci- :'
ence and Health with Key to the TRANSFORMERS
Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy:
'The Scriptures imply that God is .
AJI.ln-aJl. From this it follows that

nothing possesses reality nor existence .
except the dine Mind and
His Ideas. Everything in God's uni- \ BEFORE .
verse expresses Him. He i9 aU inclusive .
r and is reflected by all that
Is real and eternal and
by nothing
we can make cheap electric units
else" (p. 331:11.13. 16-17, 20-22).
JwwwwuwwSaturday .. ailable to new houses farms stores

and factories.
Party Celebrates
Just II soon II .e can get additional

: Two Birthdays supplies of critical materials, the mOll

than 2000 members of our organization : !
Mrs. G. C. Sanders and 1Irs. Ray .
will make their to bring
Smith entertained at Mrs. Sanders' good pledge you
:home Wednt'sda afternoon with a the benefits of cheap"Sunshine Service"t

J WI911U IKIAf Illl M 1N party honoring their daughters .t the scaliest pouibls moment.fl.OR1lli .
Judy Sanders and Sandra Smith,
IIE IIIIp each of whom was celebrating her
And Hy sixth birthday anni\'t'rsa f)'.
The hostesses were assisted by
-ALSO- Mrs. Elmer Uptht'gro\"e and Mrs.

Marvin Le\in of Ice In the cream serving, cake of and refreshments pOll Cm)} mpm o

1 pink lemonade to the following
tM "
guests: Shirley Lt\1ns. Dorothy 4I

., -w Hatton GI'M Leyins, Geraldine
I '\ Upthtgrove, Janet Upthegrove

Bernice Pierce, Eugene Pierce,
avll"ttta Smith, Glenda Anne
MMClKIa I Smith Walter &y Smith Betty

Williams. Glenda Lowe, Thtlma
CCVtO M-t-1A IICTultf Lowe, Rusulyn Lowe, Gary Sand-

- ers Jr. 1.facolm Padgett and
Linda Gale FUer ell.


Friday, September 20, 1946 The Everglades New, Canal PoFlorida Page Seem

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with a well known ork, who re- Lamound and Bobby Driscol in the I! '

Cinematic Chatter ceives word she has inherited a principal featured roles. ; I.
f This one tells the story of a ; Trees Vines Shrubs Citrus r i
By Malcolm Millar fortune with the stipulation that
young lady who goes to the city i
she has just so long in which to I I
to marry a millionaire rnstead : of all sizes and varieties for ;
This offering at the Prince pick a hubby and settle down to she meets and falls in love with I
Theatre this coming Sunday- Ion- keeping house Joan has two Don Ameche, a struggling young your Selection. !I '

day, has a very intriguing title- young men on her list, but she has inventor. They marry and have a LANDSCAPING : ;
"Cinderella Jones"-which bears :1 a hard time trying to decide which family and Don becomes wealthy
one wants her just for her self and with his clever inventions I
title which suggest something many
like it.'e organized and to do :
as you are
really delightful in entertainment.It not for her fortune At last she There is comedy, pathos and tense- I I
= certainly is a joyful, interest- makes the decision and everything ness running through this show ; a thorougH job from plans to completion of planting. i i
holding comedy drama ends happily You'll like it! and I'm sure )'ou'Ulike it. I'As '

The stars of the piece are Joan Tuesday-Wednesday brings love- For Saturday I see "Ideal Girl" always, you are j :
Leslie and Robert AIda, with Julie ly Dorothy Lamour and personable with Jess Baker, Julie Bishop, welcome
Bishop and Edward Everett Hor- Arturo de Cordova as the leads in Alan Mowbray and Charlie Barnet : our I
I I :
ton in the principal featured roles an.interesting comedy drama un- and His Ork This is the private
and many other well known names der the title "Masquerade in Mex- life of a "cutie" who gives the NURSERIES: 1100 Southern Boulevard (Route No; 25 at f

lending a hand in the making of ico", which depicts the embrassing boys ideas . And What Ideas! City LImIts), West Palm Beach, Florida i :
this a fine show. situation of a young lady who becomes The Western picture on this bill

Joan is cast as a popular singer innocently, an accomplice is Russell Hayden in "W'oming ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO. Ii I II
in a diamond smuggling ring She Hurricane" I i I

___ ___ ___ ___ _n loses all of her own money and is See you at the movies . Ial. i_ t I I
hired by a man to stop the attentions .. .
CHILLS Ie FEVER of a popular matador towardhis
\\ife You'll howl at this one Ben Waring Grows
. and I mean happily! 0

RELIEVED "So Goes my Love" is the offering Fine Herefords On
for Thursday-Friday, with Whatever Your Plumbing Needs

BY-- 666 Myrna Loy and Done Amechee as

Cab V.s aJr a daKdd the leading characters and Molly N. Florida Ranch 0 Phone J. Lee Taylor -- 550

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I! a
-I IH f fi Of interest to people in the
I Glade will be the following story
1I 1- Installations &
i out of the Madison Enterprise- 0 Repairs
I Recorder which tells of Ben S.
H STUCKEY Waring's prowess as a promoter of 0 We install the kind of sanitary systems that pro.tect -

fine cattle in the north Florida L...:] your health and give many year of trouble-

I county. Mr. Waring, until recently free service, using only] the best of materials and
lived in Pahokee and it was in futures.
Fertilizer Works this section that he started his

i herd Recently he and his family

I i moved to their new home, north r s
of Madison. The story in full
Manufacturers of ;
(minus the picture of the bull) as

: it appeared in the Madison paper I ,- !
: High Quality Distributable is reprinted below: I I I:

F.R.R. Beau Domino, is the herd I Ii
Fertilizers and Superior bull on Ben S. Waring's Hillcret i i New Portable Welder I II II

Ranch, located two and a half i I
Poison Bait miles north of town on the Quit-
man highway. Beau Domino was
j purchased from the Fox Run i I CONSTRUCTION AT ANY PLACE j

i Now In Position To Serve You Ranch of Louisville, Ky., in Mar I, ; I
1945. When Beau Domino was 9 : inch and 1.18 :
i XO\\ AVAILABLE 2-6 inch, 1-12 i
months old, he took second place
in the Kentucky State Fair. inch SYPIIOX TYPE PUMPS i i iI
Mr. Waring began his Hereford I
I Phone 4201 in Pahokee raising activities in South Florida Manufacturers Of I I:

in May, 19H when he purchased
I four horned Hereford cows from I
James A. Henderson of Dade City, HYDRAULIC MOLE DRAINS
Later, Mr. Waring bought Mr. WEED CHOPPERS !
i iWE
Henderson's entire calf crop of 65 I
--- ---- -- --------- - Herefords In the 65 calves were '
-- about 20 bulls, which have been I
t ft f sold to :Madison County farmers, or OUT OF IRON FOR USE IN
I i farmers from adjacent counties THE GLADES
.I Prices received for the bulls varied I
from $150 to $350 each. I

FOR. 4-H Mr.Club Waring projects is very, and interested reported in Canal Point fachine Works '

I II that several Lafayette County boys CANAL POINT PIIOXE 531 P. O. BOX 466 II II I
I PILE DRIVING LUMBER are feeding Hillcrest Ranch calves I I
One Madison County boy 13 en- I

CONCRETE BLOCKS CEMENT gaged in a similiar project. Mr.
Waring stated that if any calf

Phone Our Main Office . .Belle Glade 25 doesn't measure up to standards
required by Hillcrest Ranch he is
thrown in the feed lot and later PIANOS JEWELRY MUSIC

sold as beef. A new feed barn
capable ot accomodaUng 40 cattle
at one time is now under construc-
At our store \\'e have samples in : tion and is expected to be com. JEWELER Belle Glade, Fla.
pleted by October 1st. Next year
Stock of Nationally Famous I
Yr. Waring said that feed lot are
.. r expected to be operating at all GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY

The management of Hillcrest
I Ranch is under Ben S Waring'
I father, Mr. M. H. Waring. About .
600 acres are in permanent pasture

: Venetian Blinds made to order in wood or and woodland, and 500 in grain I

II ., metal. Estimates Cheerfully Given, and tion row improvements crops. All are soil being conserva-made "I A Servant of the Glades

a5 fut as possible, Mr. Waring

'''indo\\' and Bathroom Curtains and Shades and stated.
Mr. Waring are his
Linoleum Rugs, Gx9 and 4x6. Used Dressers, two sons, Howell, 15, and Jo.n. 13, 4 Buses To 3fiami

Mattresses and Hot 'Vater Heaters.H. who are taking active part in the To 'Vest Palm Death
ranch operations. While Howell
was in a 4-1 club at Pahokee he I Daily To Ft 31.ers R [akelandGlades
raised a calf from one of his fath-
er'" cows which sold for $300 at
: The
ro weaning.
Farmers of this county, 4,11 club Motor Lines Inc.

boys, and other interested persons I ,
I : Glades Appliance are invited by Mr. \\'aring to visit I i I I
the HillCrtst Ranch and see the : II SERVING THE

Herefords raised there. Mr. 'artrg -
Corporation stated that practically of i

this 't'ar's s calves are sold but that
r I there will be many more next year i

Office at Terminal in Belle Glade It any farm boys art interested infeedine GLADES"I.
one c.f the calves Mr Wu-

Furniture Store in Horte mock ir.g111-be glad.to..talk--with him.

STORE PHONE 321 Milton Carpenter son of lIr.

and 1frs. O. D. Carpenter. who I.
Belle Glade Fla.
I has been taking boot training at U
the Bainbridge, ld. Naval Base, :
1 hs been transferred to Newport. I

P. I. I .:

Eight The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, September 20 1946
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Miss Elizabeth McKinney, former Okeechobfe. An organizer of the : Secretary of the U. S. Department cordIng to a recent study made by
-- Pahokee resident now serving as Kissimmee Livestock Market, Car I of Agriculture, expressed in a I the American Can Com pan)'.
Western Union relief manager, is roll also is viet president of the statement giving his endorsement I . ..
r 'I pinch hitting at the local Western Okeechobt'e Market His Carrollton to the 16th annual Religious Edu- I
Union office during Mr. Williams' ranch at Deer Park embraces 55- cation Week, Sept. 29.0ct. 6. Royal Dutch Airlines expect to
absence. 000 acres and he also has wide --. .
give the Pan American Airlines
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sasser, Mrs. Mrs. Mercer, fifth.slith grade holdings in citrus groves. Returns to the American truck I! rome competition for South Amt'ri.'I .
Jack Phillips and daughter, Betty teacher at the Canal Point School, .-.-- farmers from the nation's canners can trade. The airplane "Fries-
Jo, and J. C. Phillips will spend I suffered a fractured ankle in a Recognition of moral principle is I should soar well beyond $200,000.- 'I land" of the K I. M. Royal Dutch
this weekend with relatives in fall the first of the week. Mrs. H.L. necessary if "w( are to win permanently 000 per year during the next decade line recently made a survey light
Wauchula. They will be accom- Speer is substituting for her at domestic and world surpassing last year's record : between Holland and Rio de
panied home Monday by Mrs. John- the school until she is able to re- peace in the twentieth century" is lof $190.000,000 returns to farmers Janeiro, with the \iew of establish-
nie P. Davis and Bobby Phillips turn to her job. the belief of Clinton P. Anderson, : producing 11 principal corps ac- : ing regular sen1ce.I .
who recently returned to Wauchula Mr. and Mrs. Horace tnwin re- I
from California. turned home last week after visjt- -- - --
Charles Barfield of West Palm ing relatives in North Carolina and
Beach was a business visitor in North Florida
Pahokee tuesday.rr. Mrs. Howard Marshall and son,
and Mrs. Alvin Armstrong, James, are visiting relatives in
:Miami, spent last weekend in Pa- Iiami for two weeks.
hokee with his parents, Dr. and Charles A. Baker returned Tues- Glades MercantileP
Irs. L. W. Armstrong.W. day from Gainesville where he
C. DeLoach plans to enter went to see about enrolling In the
the Naval Hospital in Miami for School of Forestry at the Univer-
medical treatment this Friday.Mrs. sity of Florida. FLORIDA
Teresa Hawkins, Mrs. Jim- La\'erne Geiger left this week to
my Sharp and Mrs. Earl Schultz I I resume his studies at Riverside Offers New Furniture Ideas
were business visitors in West Military Academy in 1iami.I .
Palm Beach Tuesday. I Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hundley and
Sam Lovfll, son of Mr and Mrs. daughter, Jolene, returned to their
Come In and See This Merchandise
Dave Lo\'ell, who enlisted in the home in Wellington, Kans., Sunday Today
Army early in the summer, bas after a two weeks' visit in PaM-
finis' ed his basic training at Camp kee with his brother and sister-in- "" EIGHT PIECE LIMED OAR
Lee in Virginia and was recently law. Mr. and 1lrs. Lloyd Hundley. '.
assigned to play in the Army Band Before they left the two families
as tromboni Sam was one of spent the day visiting in. liami.A Dining Room
the first applicants trying out for hamburger fry at the home of it
the band to be selected. He at- Mr. and Mrs. Robert O. Lampi was
tended the University of Florida enjoyed Saturday evening by
last year but received his training Charles Hickerson, Edith Bregger L:7: ; Suite
in music under Robert O. Lampi Betty Lou Pickett, Ronald Stanley
while playing in the band at Pa- and Lee Jeffers.
hokee High school. Mr. and Mrs. Victor 1. Geiger
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jordon and and children returned home last
Eon, Dale, of Avon Park visited I week from a visit with relatives in $229.50
friends in Pahokee the past week. :Detroit, Mich.
Mrs. Julia Dabrowski, Pahoke,
William Harold Webb, Jr., CEY,
U. S. Navy submarine service, vis- and Irs. Minnie Holmes, Belle 'e Have Many Attractive Styles
Glade, are patients at the Ever-
ited his wife and his parents, Mr .
and Mrs. W. H. Webb, Sr., in Pabokee glades Memorial Hospital :Z From Which To Make Selection

over the weekend while being ...
transferred from New London,
'Voman's Society
Conn, to the Key West Naval For 4
Early Friday Morning Shoppers
Base. Has First Fall Meet

Mr and Mrs. Seth Roberts had 2 IIXl\IASTERS 2 T 0 A S T E R S
as guests last weekend their cousin Members of the Pahokee Methodist I
Mrs. Grover Conner, of Starke. Woman's Society of Christian First Come-First Served Two slice, pop up style 515.05 $
Potter Howell, water tender 3-c Service held their first meeting of
USN, who has been vlsting his the fall season Monday afternoon
parents, Mr. and Mr A. Q. at which time Mrs. Ralph Stanley,
Howell, in Canal Point for the past president, announced that two All Wool Mohawk Rugs 529.50 to $98.50 ,r
month, left Wednesday to report WSCS life memberships will be up 6x9 1.2x9 9x12 *' t
for duty at the San Diego, Calif., for presentation to local members
Naval Base. in October. Each of the two circles
Mr and Mrs Vance Denton have wu asked to nominate at its Sep- Aluminum Sets .............................. $16.86
moved to college! Station, Texas, tember meeting a candidate for Four Piece aluminum sets of 16 gauge aluminum, S '
where they recently purchased a the life membership honor. priced in easy reach of everyone :
residence and will make their home Plans were made for a special d N
while he is attending his third year mission study of "The Family and 1

at Texas A. k M.W. Its Christian Fulfillmt'nt" to be Pressure Cookers .......................... $12.95 -
A. Dade, Fort Lauderdale, held in October under the able di- ''"
A few Presto Pressure Cookers will be available this" '
was a business visitor here on rection of Mrs. R. J. Schroder, mis- '
Wednesday of this week sion study chairman. The group week end. They are four quart sizes, better get yours ....,_ .

Mr. and Mrs. Horace Unwin voted a $15 contribution for

have returned from aslt with his foreign supplies. The Simon90n- Electronic Blanket ........................ $41.75 KNEE HOLE DESKS
cousins, Mr and Mrs. Floyd Jones, Lair Circle was asked to shoulder
in North Carolina. the responsibility of placing floral Simmons electronic blanket, nationally advertise $17.50 $4-?.50 $74.50
Howard Marshall and daughter, decorations in the church through and now stocked at Glades Mercantile in Pahokee
Connie visited Irs. Marshall and October and December and th!
son, James, in Miami the past Gertrude Shirley Circle, through ROOM SUITES
I Sofa Beds ........................................ $69,50.BED
week September and No\'ember.
John Worth has returned to p'aIhokte Read at the meeting was a letter $79.50 and Up

after spending a week in of gratitude from a Dutch minister Admiral Radios .............................. 549.50
Savannah, Gay on business.Mr. thanking the local WSCS for eight
and Irs. J. H. Wilkinson, boxes of relief materials sent to If you are interested in a battery set for Hurricane OUR PA\'MENT PLAN IS
Sr.. of Pahokre received word this Holland. The devotional program weather, we suggest that you choose yours today. USED DY HUNDREDS
week that their granddaughter was presented by Irs. C. T. Howts
Charlene Adams, who bas been and 1Irs. I. E. Hamilton as w el.
Seriously ill with polio at a hospital -' corned as a vtsitor.Kissimmee .
Room Suites
in Pt'nsacola Fla., is being ..- Living
transferred to the Elks Hospital
for Crippled Children at Umatilla, Boosts

Fla.Mr.. Sens Ray Carroll Two and three piece overstuffed
and Mrs. Joseph Kahn and

Miss Annette Kahn spent Sunday For Kiwanis Honor styles, handsome and serviceable"" r ( ,
with relatives in Sebrin .
Mr. and Irs. G. S. Tibbetts and KISSIMMEE- Under the slogan
family left Thursday for Omaha, "Building for Kiwanis." the Kis-
Nebr. where they plan to make simmee Kiwanis Club has enthusiastically -
their homt\ endorsed State Senator
Mr. and 11rs. E. P. Holt and N. Ray Carroll, former president
family have moved from Birmingham cf the Club and at present Lieutenant .
Ala.. to Pahokee where they Governor of the. Central
will make their borne while Mr. Florida District for the district
Holt represents the Seaboard Air- i governorship at the Daytona
lint Railway in this area. i Beach Convention October 13.14.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Hillier an 15.
family have moved Into their new Senator Carroll, one of the few
residence in the Rice ubdi\'bion. men to serve two consecutive
The residence they vacated is now years as president of the Kissim.
being occupied by 1fr. and 1fr!!. I. mee Club hu been instrumental informing ciir4 A4Mr
E. Hamilton formerly of Belle a new Kiwanis Club inSt.
Glade Mr. Hamilton is agent at Cloud and bas tAken an active $239.50Page '
the Paboktt-CanAl Point FEe railway part in furthering hey Clubs in the
station.Mr CentrAl Florida district. At UtS-
and Mrs. Norman Kennedy burg last week Ue Senator wu
and children have returned to Pahokee one of the leading Kiwanisr.t at a
from New York StAte where Key Club rally
they spent the summer.Mr. His business interests art varied.&sides R G%
and l1'1. F. J. Williams are being president of the
. .:.f'pt n'a'two week 'vsca t a I First National Bank of KiuimmH.tt .
' with'\U+ parents WInter Caren: I 1J a.n officer c.t the Bark of

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