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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: October 4, 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 Trdy Distinguished Mind

Prefers fhe Provin es'

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FRIDAY 1


October 4, 1946 PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDIN


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CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY



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RECENT 1 I j I! Iiho1QQ l1ih School Land Community Chest


\I I Group AllocatesAvailableFunds
OPERATIONS _

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By Paul Rardin I r _


OfficIals of the Pahokt-Canal

This chap Alley at Pahokee hIgh I Point Community Chest met in the

school seems to be able to instill office of the president, Abe.Dob. -

plenty of the old fight in his pig- ro\\ Monday night to make plans

skin toters! Last week the group for tht' allocation of funds in the

of youngsters went up against I chest treasur)'.

Ponce de Leon-a much stronger I It was reported that $2i68.33

and supposedly better team and was collected in the Community

on paper it looked like a warm-u2 Chest summer drive, this sum being -

game for the Dade county lads. j equivalent to -16 per cent of the

But not so! Coach Alley whispered amount set up for distribution in

a few magic words to his crew the cht'st's 1946 budget

of youngsters and when the shoot-I
I The group voted to distribute
in' was over the Blue Devils were
I Reading left to right front row' Eddie Hodges. llrgaetI" ..:1 Eetty Jo BJn'lck DIcky Atkins. Sidney Caruther3. I available funds, in proportion to
on the long end of a 14-13 score. Plt'Y An 41 Jt'n Call it luck if you want to. It's'the NII Hall. Peggy Ana lIcbt'rg.t''Od CripplEd Children's Society, the
that tells the tale
score row: Robert O. Latnpi director Joan McLarty. drn n ma'or. Hnlan sears. Barbara Wilkinson, Herbert Walston, Kiwanis Free Dental Clinic, the
hurray Weeks, Ue Shirley, Charles Sears Roberta Hatton, 0e Scrggs. DIcky John'SQn. Dilly Rawls. Betty Jo Dooker, City Library and to public play-
Tonight on LaIr Field Coach Alley Nina R:4Ssc.m, Glerla Ht'nden.on, Ina RU5IOm, Joan Sheppa. Dwight Geiger, Phyllis Bt'lit, Joan Wl1son. ground projects, as needed up to

will send his boys out again Third row: David Thomas, Milton Salvatore, Jack Major, Billy Jt'rnlgan, Frank G1Us. Ray Hatton, Eugene McCall, the allocated amounts. A commit-
Technical High School of Miami Joy Padgett Eddie Stanley M.ra Lee Cruthird Anna Lee H art Mary Helen Hocks Yvonne Lee Fraser Frank Rozelle, Jr. I tee will be formed at a later date
in what should be an interesting Xct 111 the picture: Frank Tills and Barbara Wroten. I to investigate and supervise the
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game. It i9 the first home game i distribution of funds to worthy

of the present season and without 1: local) charities.
Pahokee Senior
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a doubt there will be a capacity j Blue Devils Ready Business Women Officials attending, in addition

crowd on hand to witness the opener. : Class Outstanding to President Dobrow, were O. R.meech .

The Dade county school is For Iiami Tilt On Celebrate Special W. P. Jernigan, F. M,

highly touted as an outstanding I Pahokee High School has one of Shaughnessy, Loel Lenct', Roy
group of players and Alley's luck most Vandegrift and Mrs, J, R. York,
the senior classes
outstanding
may have to be stretched to the Lair Field Tonight I '. Week October 13.19I Donots to the Chest thus far are
.IOf its histor} With Tuesday, Elec-
Nth degree to win tonight.s battle i as follows:
; tion Day, the seniors elected the I
under the lights. It starts at 8:15 W. H. Webb $ 5.00
by the only time we now have So, Laid Field will be the scene of I following officers for the year: I a business meeting of the E. J. Carlton 25.00C.
President Fremd Vice
Harry ;
make It a point to be there a real mL'up tonight a.s local foot- i Everglades Business and Professional A. Batchelor 25.00Pat
ball fans will be in blue heaven President Ed Howell: Secretary, I
Woman's Club, held Tues- Carroll 2.00
I Betty Ann Sears: Treasurer, Peggy -
when the Blue Devils of Pahokec !
: day night at the home of the president Vinson Henderson 25.00
speaking engagements come 1Ioberg; and Reporter, Connie
My meet the Blue Blazers of Miami I Tommie Lee DuBoseClark W. A. Cook 5.00
During the past few i' lIarhall. The candidates ran I
spells
by Tech in the first home game of the Hull, program chairman, outlined Jack Peacock 1.00
months I've been so busy trying neck and neck in the race for vice
1916 season. A large crowd is ex- I plans for additional local club activities Hometown Bakery 25.00
to keep county roads out from under president, with the last ballot cast :
pected to be on hand for the kick- I during the observance of J. J. Chastain 11.00
.
water that I haven't had time for Howt'lll. After taking the
off at 8:15 to Coach
p m. see i B&P\\'C Reek Oct. 1319. Jack Spencer 25.00Shirlt'Y
to do much public .speaking. However j Clyde Alle"s Nmirarle" team chair, Harry Fremd, spoke briefly i
starting Oct. 15 I'm going to : per- to Express his appreciation and :I The club accepted an invitation Brothers 25.00
form, for it indeed seemed a miracle Glades Mere, Co. 35.00
tryout a new speech on the Busi- to when his Blue I promise to lead the class in outstanding i to present a B&PWC program at
dopesters I the luncheon of the Lions Geiger Lumber Co. 33.00
Professional 'Woman's : I I meeting
ness and Events and plans for the
follow- ; Devils upset the powerful Ponce i Club on Oct. 15, A special pro- I Rice 1lerc. Co. 20.00
dub of Pahokee Then the ; .ear.
de Leon eleven, 14 to 13, last week. ) American Au" 10.00
will be Phara Legion
in day I am scheduled to speak I With Fullback Thomas Dickson, A record clan of thirt-nine, all gram presented by
Jr.Ir9.. W. P. JE'rnigan 20.00R.
Mock chairman and
before the Rotary club in Lake ; Quarterback W i 1 bur Geiger, of whom are members of the band, Rethel1e, publicity Dobrow, affairs, I J. Simonson 100.00
Worth It the speech on the 15th ;: Guards J. E Spooner and John cheerleaders, and football players, public
I II Elmer Jones 25.00
chairman, at social to
3 meeting
goes pretty good I'll use it again received in with the exception of thirteen, are
Ogle nursing injuries be held on Tuesday night, Oct. 15, I N. Y. Clothing Store 15.00
the next day. I'm of the opinion the Ponce tilt, Coach Alley eased I also outstanding students. Harry I 5.00Nola's
Pioneer Co.
with Ann and Lorraine Drug
that enough has been said before sessions the : Fremd, who served as Junior Class :I Geiger !
up on scrimmage past 25.00K.
"ann hostess, Shop
clubs about the chaotic condition President last also held the acting as
civic
: year
week to avoid the possibility of injuring I I I R J. Store 25.00
of the world today, so, I'm i other key players. On the (office of President for two ,'ears I It was announced that a page Pahokt'e Dry Goods M.oo

planning a new kind of talk. I'\ whole, however, the team is in I in the F. F. A. Vice President Ed in the Oct. 16th issue of The Everglades Western Auto Store IM.oo

titled it "Ufe on Lake Okeechobe I pretty fair shape and does not i Howell, held office as Treasurer of News will be reserved for Prince Theatre 100.00

Then antI Now" Of course, the i i seem to have caught that well- the F. F. A. Betty Sears was sec- I articles relating to B&PWC and : Chas. GrffnwalJ 15.00

'then" part of It is a little vague I known football disease, overconfidence retary for two years and Peggy a special committee was appointed I Bolton Drug Co. 10.00

but that will be cleared up in theI which has proved the down- 1Iober also heM the office of to prepare the copy for this page. I II I Kahn Store 100.00

talk-I hope fall of so many good elevens. treasurer two years. The seniors Received as new members at i Pahoket' Supply Co. 2500

... Alie-- chose Mrs. M&berg, 11rs. Morgan, : the meeting were Marvel Griffith 8.33
--- -- Coach 'd several of his I Don Hillier & Sons, Inc
i and Irs. Frt'md as room mothers. ; Sue Rozel1 and Violet Hall. Izetta
men saw Miami Tech's debut at II Fred T. Hickerson 100.00W.
I From the of the liautz, chairman of the education I
Segree Plans For Flamingo Park last week and they I appearance p3.t II H. \.ann 100.00
record of the class, a promising I and vocation committee, was appointed 10000Chastaln
the the Co
were impressed by way : Hull Packing
and foremost of to have of the I
Vegetable Meeting year 13 expected charge program
Blue Blazers outplayed the Typhoons Farms 300.00Dan
Annual and a Senior at the November meeting. I
I plans are an 1.00
half. AI-
during the first I Graham
Class i At the close of the business session I
Roy St'J'rtt', president of the i though the final score was a lopsided ; Play. i I Lacy P.e\\i 5,0/
Everglades branch of the National affair at the end, Miami \ -. refreshments were served by lIrs.I VIrginIa Scott 1.00
DuBose. Committee members !
Fresh Fruit and vegetable distributers I Beach had plenty of anxious moments -i j I present Nobia Beard 1.00

returned this week from i during the first two periods Farmers To DIscuss were Clark Hull, Sarah f Gloria Humphrlt's 5.00S.

Louisville, K)'., where he attended : Particularly impressive wa.s the Thomas, A I m a Farrow, Cleo K. Dennison M.oo

a directors' meeting of the organlzation. ball-carrying ability of Tech's Picking Prices, Douthit, Xola Dragon, Barbara J. F. Sullivan 1.00
McNamara. Iletta Kautz Tommie
At the meeting Mr. Segree ; Halfback Alfred "Pudgy" Hay. I' I II I Sam WrHt 5.00
Lee DuBose and Phlira Iock.
asked for some special privileges Several of Tech's players are veterans I L. B. Cook of Belle Glade said I I Mrs. M. F. George 1,00II

in conducting the forthcoming an- ; who had high school football ,yesterday that a meeting of farm- -... I Irs. George Kin b1ey 2.i

nual convention in Palm Beach. i experience before entering te .,era, growers and contractors Is II 11rJ. Fannie Todd 1.04ll.

All special privileges were grant- I' service and in Ed Pamtll, formerly scheduled for Monday, night at the Baptists Of Canal J. Sapp 2.00

ttl lIr. Segree and In accordance with Edison 11igh they have a city hall in Belle Glad at which Mr. and 11u. G. T Ech'M :;.00

with them ht' will arrange some : coach who will take them places. time picking prices will be discus- Point To Hear Pinson I Elmer Malison 5.00A.

special entertainment for the wives I The two trams art evenly. sed. Another subject of vital concern R. lIarringt 5.00T

of the delegates. !matched in weight! both are high to come tp for dlo'us.ion111 Rev Don Pinson, who IS visiting \\'. Griffith 5.(1)

A meeting of the branch will be I spirited and it looks as if the firs be ttt weight of picked hampers.In his parents at Indiantown will l1r l1n. 11. L. Adams 5.00

held at the George Washington home game will be a good one. All other growing area beans are preach at the Canal Point Baptist : c. G. Qburn :;.00

hotel In Rest Palm Beach on ;I Ue bleachers have been ast'mblt"d. picked by weight and some of the church Sunday mornIng and even- I A. Tillman 5.00

Thursday, Oct. 10, Mr. Sftfff uid. the field is in good shape and Melvin growers feel that the same rule tng. Sunday School will be held 1fr. MrJ. C. L. Stewart 5.00

Rives C1f heal members will bf entertained I Pugh hopes to have his broadcasting should t'f put )nto effect in this at the regular hour of ten and H. H. Stars 1.00

that evening! at a bAnquft. syotem 1.1 working order t'tion. It you art interested you : preaching will be at eleven. Training Luther CarrcU 1.00

In the afternoon a short I'by Friday n!ght. Between halves art urged to be in attendAnce at 8 ; Cnion at 6:30 and the evening Kansas Todd 1,00Osteola

U6lr.tu t sllnill be held, Mr.Segree tntert&L'Uttnt 0.1 tit field will tot ; p. m. Monday right at the city sermon at 7:30, is the schedule for UpU.tlrove: 1.60 .

ald. (Continued on page 4) hll i.1 Belle Glade. : the day. (Continued on page


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Two The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, October 4, 19'6

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Mr. and Mrs. James H. Wilson listed by Mrs. Wile) Tillis, Mrs.
THE EVERGLADES NEWS
and daughters have returned to I Homer Barnes, Mrs. C. Wroten
- their home in Pahokee after spend-i and Mrs. Marvin Un\\in in prepar-
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region
I ing the summer in New York State I ing and serving the banquet.
Established 1924 Published Every Friday 'I !
where Jimmy was associated with The tables were arranged in the

Subscription Price 52.00 Year In Advance the frozen fruit industry. : shape of a cross and decorated
.
---. : with colorful croton leans. Mrs.v. .
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office Mr. and lrs. Carmen Salvatore, i
UNION BANQUET \ M. DuBose, associate BTU director -
Sr.. had as guests the past week,
In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Iatter I embers of the Pahokee Baptist acted as toastmuter. Mrs.
Irs. Sal\'atore's parents, Mr. and
I Intermediate Training Union were Gillis was presented with a gift by
Paul Rardin Editor and Publisher I Irs. B. F. Woodard of Fort Mead, entertained at a banquet held in Blanche Stevens in behalf of the
and her sister, lrs. Ben Herring,
i
the Hall the banquet
Fellowship Friday night. group. Following
I and Irs. Herring's grandchiTdren,
Mrs, F, G. GUlis, hostess, was as- games were pla'ed.
Southern Stability i Marcia and Mary Lynn Herring, I

During 1944 only 7J/_ per cent of the business failures in all of Fort Mead; also Mrs. -- -- ---- --- -- -- .- -- --

the United States were listed in the South Since this sec- ring's son, p\.t. Jack Her-I I

tion has about 26 per cent of the countr"s business con- USMC, who was home on ;
from Cherry Point, N. C.. where he
cerns, that is a significant record.It is stationed. I

, indicates, as the Manufacturers Record pertinently Mr. and Ir9. G. C. Inlow, Or- The

points out, that the South presents an opportunity instead lando, were business visitors in Pa- Farming

of an economic problem. It is proof that the South is devel- hokee this week.B. .

oping new vigor and resources which are the envy of other S. Waring returned to Madison -

parts of the nation-Greem'ille (S. C.) Piedmont. Thursday after spending sever-
al days here on business. Season

\\ A. Dade, Fort Lauderdale,
Ear Trouble was a business visitor in Canal' ,

When '\'. J. Jordan, New Zealand delegate, arose recently Point on Wednesday of this week.

at the Paris peace conference to express his disgust with Mr. and Irs. Xorman Kennedy IS NOW APPROACHING 'YE ARE :
had as a guest the first of the
"listening to quack, quack, quack hour after hour, he made I
week Mrs. Kennedy's mother, lrs.
a most grievous error. READY OUR FARM WARES j
Morris of Beach. WITH
Dewey Delray I II II It
Of course, perhaps we should have expected it from Mr. t
Myers Fountain spent Sunday in i
Jordan whom Russia's Andrei branded I
Irishinsky promptly Tampa and was accompanied home
i
a "hot-head." Who but an impatient hot-head could possibly Monday by his wife, lrs. Cath- I I

have interrupted the August proceedings to remark, erine Rice Fountain, who has been

want to see something done in my lifetime" taking treatments at the Tampa

'Ve feel it our duty, nevertheless to point out that sharper Municipal Hospital for the past Indications are bright that \\'e'ill ,

cars than Mr. Jordan's would hear in the endless squabbling month.

of the Paris peace chambers not the quack, quack, quack ofa Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Roe had as have a busy fall season in the farming -
the weekend Mrs. Boe'sparents
duck out of water but the tick, tick, tick of the atom bomb guests over
Mr. and Irs. C. E Mitchell -
-Tallahassee Democrat. business. Farmers \\'ill be needing -
of Winter Haven. I
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Charles A, Baker, a freshman
Seeds Fertilizers Insecticides
Funeral Services majoring in forestry at the Uni- I I I

lonkey.Faced versity of Florida, returned to '
For 1V Z. Barnett Gainesville Monday after spending and Tools. Most of our supplies are

Disturbs Slumber the weekend in Pahokee with his I

Funeral services for Walter wife, lrs. Dorothy Wood Baker. I no\\ reaching \\'al'ehouse.. To be

I Zenith Barnett, 70, were held at Mr. and Irs. Baker were dinner

Vertornmen Home the graveside at Port Iayaca :guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. sure you are not caught napping bet-

Ramey on Friday evening, Mr .
Cemetery on Wednesday, Oct. 2, at B a k e r' s birthday anniversal)'. ter noand orders.
place
see us
The thriU.i and chills of Halloween your
10 a. m., with Re\ Carl A. Moberg, They spent Saturday in Miami on
arrived a month early at the business.
pastor of the Pahokee First Bap-

home of Mr. and Mrs. A L. Ver- : tist Church, officiating.Mr. Mrs Frances Moose, newly ap-
pointed librarian at Pahokee High i I
tom men on Belle Glade Road. .
Barnett, a resident of Pa.1okee i
School, has been delayed in her
Early one morning last week, in for 10 years, died at the lo-
,
arrival here to
take over her new
that black and spooky hour before cal hospital, Sunday following a
I
duties by the death of her mother
dawn, Mrs. \'ertommen was awak- i long illness : He was a native of in T'nnessee. Mrs. H. L Speer i.3 KILGORE SEED CO

ened from her slumber by loud Henry County, Alabama, and was substituting as school librarian un- 1
the windowpane j engaged in the I
thumpings against turpentinel business til lrs. Moose arrives.

followed by ghostly swishing I before his retirement 10 years ago. Harry 11. McIntosh, Bank of Pa Pahokee Belle Glade : ;
sounds Alarmed and thoroughly Survivors include two son s, hokee
president, has returned
frightened she snapped on the I Walter Z., Jr", USN', now on overseas from a 10-day buslne<::s trip to Phone 3201 Phone 106 : I Ii ,

light, gasped at what she saw and duty, and Lotus S., USN, stationed Chicago, Ill., where he attended the i i iI

hurriedly shook her snoring hus. at Bainbridge, Md.,: a National Bankers Convention : 'I

band. brother, John S. Donaldsonville, Mr, and Mrs. Robert O. Lampi I
"Get it, Louie", she cried, "There Ga.; and four sisters, Mrs.
Ruby had as guests over the weekend ,. ---'- ... .. .. "'. . .. . . .-. .
it is over there, get that thing! Lee Justice and Mrs. Rosadel her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. --'r----"

Shaking the sleep from his eyes I Weaver, both at Pahokee: Mrs. Sale and Mrs. Wilbur Roberts of MiamI. 1 I 1 1I'

and groping around for some kind ly Spooner, Immoka1ee, Fla.; Mrs.I .

of weapon, Louie shouted, "What I J. Hill, DonaldonviUe: Ca.Berr's NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR !
are you talking about? I don't Funeral Home, Pahokee, ;. TAX DEED i Befzner's has been a '
e-e anything-who is in here- I was in charge of arrangements. house Bill So. 186 I i iI
NOTICE Is hereby given that William
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where i3 he?" Sallstt'n the holder of the following HOME TRADE NAME i iI
I :
certificate has filed said certificate for
"There he b behind !
you Baptists Of Pahokee a tax deed to be Issued therfOn. The I I Ii
screamed his wife. I certificate number and year of issu-
Louie wheeled around and felt Start New Church ance. the description of the property for a' Quarter of a !
I and the name 1n which it was assessed i
the roots of his hair tingle as he I Is as follows Certificate No. 1054, Year
stared Year Next SundaySunday of Issuance June 1. A. D. 1944. : :
into the baleful, glaring Century
DescrIption of Property:
'
eyes of the Intruder He blinkedunbelievinglysurely I Lots 16 to 19 inclusive Block 19 I I I Ii
still will mark the first Sunday North Palm Beach Plat No. 1 u : i
he i
was i'e have hundreds of patrons who do most if
I In Plat Book 6 Page 30 Sections 3 i
of the church for .
asleep and this WaJ a nightmarea I new year and 4. Township 43 South Range I our
witch astraddle a broomstick i the First Baptist Church of Paho- 43 East; Name In which assessed: : : not all their trading with store, in the lines

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was the only thing missing to kl'e, asith Southern Baptists Edw lit d said Harris.All property being tn the : 1 we carr)'. If you are new to the community, we 'I

e\'er'where. Commensurate with Collnty of Palm Beach, State of Florl make this fearful Halloween
a invite also to come and get acquainted and ;
you
the occasion, the ordinance of the Unless such certificate shall be redeemed -
How In the world could .
scene. according to taw the property '
that huge monkty-factd owl have Lord'3 Supper will be observed. It described tn such certificate will be make this your trading spot. I
is that aU sold to the highest bidder at the Court
respectfully requested
gotttn into his house! House door on the first Monday tn the
Thunderstruck, he stood motionless officers, members and friends be month of November, 19-16, which Is the ; !
that this 4th day of No\'embfor. 1946. I
for a few moments looking the present consecration service Dated this 28th day of September, : GOULD POWER PUMPS
owl over, then suddenly knew the I might mean for the church a 1946.
of God's J. ALEX AR.'iETIE.
year blessing.
answtr-the bird's sooty feathers I Circuit Court Seal I
The pastor, Rev. C. A. Moberg Clerk of the Circuit Court \ :
showed that It had somehow fallen
I will preach on the subject "Lh'ing of Palm Beach County, for Domestic and Farm uses These are sturdy and
down the chimney Into the fire-
place. I for Jesus." The Ladies Quartet, Pub: Oct. 4, 11.florida.18. 2S & Nov 1. 1946. effective service giving units. Those who have

Vor several minutes the Vertom.nens II Miss Peggy Ann loberg and the NOTICE OF SUE used them, like them

had an owl-chasin time before . Mesdames R. Grimes, C. Baker and Notice Is given hereby that tn and by
they cornered and subdued the C. loberg will sing 'Thtre Is a virtue of,n utlon issued by the Cir Just received a special deliver of Aluminum I
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cult Court of Palm Beach Count
angry bird tin a clothes cJ .,et. Green Hill Far Awa)." AU Sunday Florida, dated 11 day of July. 1940.) and Enamel cooking ware. Some of the niftiest
i School teachers against J F. Ptttr a JudgementIn
and
their upon
says' roasters end saw.
Louie detective stories ever
are the case of J F Petty plaintiff n pans you I
okt'h, but if you want some realshivers i classes are urged to attend this Bonnie Petty. defendant being case

to play up and down your ; senict" of no Four 14161 Hundred therein DaJ&rs.In the (principal$40000) W1th1ntemt. sum Have some flat galvanized sheet, good for

spine just wake up some dark I At the night service beginning costa and fen to be added flashing work, and all types of home and farm
I at 7:45. the pastor will preach the thereto that I. John F Kirk as Sbrrlff
and find
night a monkeyfacedowl I hardware.
of Pam Beach Count). Florida have
trying to make a shamble of I; concluding sermon of the series levied same on an undivided one-half I
Wroom. started some time ago on the Bap- interest owned by the said J. F fttty
your \\'e are 'providing more shelving for the mass
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the
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n following described land located
I tis i Articles
t of Faith, titledhEttrnity"
-- ... In Palm Beach Count. Florida, to--U i of merchandise arriving in our store Post war
This will prove quite Lots 17. 18 19 S 20 In Block 147 In t
.\Tl'ltn.OCT I IF tIIJtSaturday. I timely in view of the verdict andnttnf the TOTo'lUI of Lucerne arrordng to goods arriving in generous amounts. Something
The Palm react farms Company rat
Oct. 5, has been set I Ias of the uernberg Inter So 2 recorded tn Pat .)ckto Z. I for you in the lots I
the deadline! for non.wteran I national Military! tribunal. The pages 29 to 40 In the office of the. 'I
Circuit Court of Pam Bach county.Florida.
men entering the armed services II musIcal family of some fifty ron.sisUng . and that t111 offer the aiore-
to be eligible for the benefits in of choir orchestra and saId interest of the said J r Pttt In
and to the aforesaid lands for sale to
the Gt Bill of Rights after their .: quartet will augment the "IUumi- the highest bidder for cash before the '
discharge, according to Claude S. rated Cress Meditation Sir.g." The I west front door of the Pam Beach ETZNE S
County Court House: 1n west Palm
Jones, hud of the local Veterans pastor cordially invites In behalf ot f'ach. Florida, during the legal tours ,
Service ottiee. Veterans who are the church all unaffiliated Baptists of sale on the 4th day of Noumber. A
D 1946. I
planning en re-fnlisUng in the I of this area to place their member. This 2nd day of October. A D. 946. TilE HART)\VARE STORE
armed services also han until Sattlnfay in JOHN r. KIRK A.t Shet'df
ship the local church thus beginning of Palm Beach County.Florida. IAIX STREET MELEE GLADE, f'14A.Page .
to re-enlist and still retail i the church year in terms .

the rank they hell at the time of' of acthit). A most cordial greet.ing By J4hn MKeadrlck I I
their he S.lid I DQutJ 2Sa 1946 i I! i
discharge awaits all \isitors. P1b. Ot. l 11, U. l






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Lois Morgan, Steve Kirk, David pastoral calling on all members of honor and J. R. Miller, Sr., uncle Mrs. V. R. EIarbee and daughter,

Ramey, Betty Hicks, Joanne Wilson I and friends of the church extending of the bride, was best man. Mrs. Phara Mock, visited Mr. and
Life On The Campus Curtis Mock, Jackie Thomas, a personal invitation to join us Mr. Knight is also a graduate Mrs. Vernon R. Elarbee in Tampa

Joanne Chastain, Alma Lee Hurt, in our World Communion Service of the Savannah Commercial High over the weekend.

AT AHOKEE HIGH SCHOOL. I Dickie Atkins, Charles McCurdy, and Day of Victory in the Year School. He is an electrician's mate .
Barbara Hayden and Patsy Elliott. !lof Exangelism in the Crusade for I-c in the U. S. Navy now on 60- - - -

Friday, September 21, Pahokee Miss Barnhart spoke briefly on I Christ. The local church has al- day terminal leave and is sched-
High had its first Red Cross Council organization and plans ahead. Our most doubled its quota of new uled to receive his discharge on

mEtting of the year. This is anew motto is "Service for Others". The I members in that one year period Nov. 20, after years in the service -

organization under the direction Red Cross is the most single I i in which the Methodist Church has including three years of overseas -

of Henri Bush Barnhart director powerful organization and our pro- found one million new members. duty. Among the decorations !I

of Red Cross. The school ject for the next four months is the Plans for the Building Committee he received while in the Navy i.t: a acPiRTYMAKE'sFRENDS.

faculty sponsors are Miss Major, Key West Naval Hospital. We meeting to discuss the planned presidential unit citation with
and Miss McNamara. The follow- hope to accomplish much under addition to our church will be Bronze Star. He is now emplo'ed' ...ADVERSIIYIRES

ing officers were elected: Chairman such fine leadership.On mad at the Morning Worship. by the Florida Power and Light 7HfM!
.
Bill Elam; Vice Chairman, Service on Sunday. Com pan).
Ed Howell; Secretary, Connie Marshall Tuesday, September 24, the -- -. -- Following their honeymoon the

and Treasurer, Fay Gilbert. high school officers elected were Knight Straehle couple plan to be at their home in L I
Additional members are: Joy Pad- as follows: Juniors: President. Pahokee after Oct. 9. I ilyc
I Ii
gett, Yvonne Fraser, Delona Jones' Harlan Sears; Vice President, Fs.j Miss Carlyle-Straehle, daught1 1 --.--.. --=
Irwin Miller, Raymond Caruthers, Gilbert; Secretary, Helen Howes. i
i er of "Ir. and 11rs. C. A Straehleof IEX'S BIBLE CL\SS !
John T. Pickett, Dickie Johnson, Sophomores: President, Lee Shirley t
The Pahokee Bible Class for
men
Pahokee, and Norman D. I
; Vice President, Imogene I
Knight son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred conducted its regular business I
Spivey: Secretary, Irwin Miller;
Hart of Savannah, Ga., were mar- meeting Monday night in '
Treasurer, Clarice Nason; and Sgt. I Fellow'I''I'
ried at the Pahokee Baptist pas- ship Hall at eight
of Arms, Floyd Peaock. Fresh-
torium on Tuesday, Oct. I, with i iRrv. group plan was presented by the i I
I:man: President, John Ogle. Vice C A. Moberg. pastor, reading I teacher, Rev. C. A. Ioberg. It'
Theatre Pre;ident, Stanley Hooks; Secretary -
Prince the vows at the double ring cere- was unanimously adopted, where- : hAnd
Jeanne Wilson; and Treasurer :
mony.Mrs.. upon captains were selected and I
I
Patsy Geiger.
C. A. Ioberg, vocal soloist upon acceptance will be voted':
Pahokee, Florida sang "Always" and "I Love I i upon Sunday The membership
had ,
The Civics class as guest
You Truly," accompanied at the vice president T. W. Knight will
speaker, Monday, Rev. Ioberg,
'Veek of October 6th who poke on "The Church", which piano by Miss Peggy Ioberg who lead this group. Plans for a fih; I adequate insurance
also played the traditional wedding' fry with the ladies as special
..
I is tie topic now being studied. I
.. narch. guests:: will be presented Sunday I has c\'el'ted adversity for
Many interesting points were
The bride wore an aqua blue by the social vice president C. n.1
brought out, as he discussed the
Sun.-l\lol1. two-piece, light-wool traveling suit' Wroten. This week's lesson many a far-sighted person
: church, individual, victory, influ- I
with beige accessories. She is a will begin a series on the life of I
ence, character from his visit, and I
graduate of Commercial High Paul, will be discussed with class
it enabled the students to under-
School Savannah, and before her by the teacher. The class quartet I
stand more fully the chapter pertaining O. R. BLEECHINSCP.INCB
marriage was employed by the will sing. All unaffiliated men I
to 'The Church.
s I government;: in the Malaria Con- and visitors are cordially invited 1)1I0KECI
RO gI SOV I i -. trol Laboratory in Georgia. to attend. The class meets in Fellowship

yeti Mrs. Charles Brown was matron Hall at 9:45.: v
Methodist Of Canal i

i'E NETL DLL DCRYEh I Point To Discuss I

I Plans For Building I I
I II I
A CLPROOUCTIO.'i A UrilVERSAl PIlEAS
: The Canal Point lethodiA ob- [
I srr\'anre of World Wide Communion
il
JwwuwwvwwwDouble Sunday. G\.tober 6, will be I rOOlBm
:
Feature held at the Evening Service, 1:30

P. M. instead of in the morning as i! '

previously planned. This move was !I :
Tues.- 'Ved.ALSO decided by the church congregation II ;1 1i

last Sunday in an effort to help
A sumng novel., make it for to at-
possible many
thrilling picture tend who can not do so in the i Friday Night :

morning. This Is an outstanding

day in our church as we join our
fellow men the earth around in

our prayers for peace and right- il ilI
eousness and in the Sacrament of I I A

the Lord's Supper. Our altar is [ Oct. 4 x: I II III

open to all who desire to come in

the spirit of humble devotion re-
I
gardless of church affiliation The 1.L4"j

message for the evening will be a .

short communion meditation 'The II .
Strength of a Million Anns". The

11YF will hold a candlelight Installation I I
Service as part of the :I \

service, the members of the congregation -

taking part. The time:
7:30-8:30: : P. M. this coming Sunday Blue Devils

I 1i ,
,
p tlllMlll IltlllE Itllu4 In the morning at 11 the minister I. ./' ... f'I" -."}t.

OIpI n[ Iona IAIMkIIIIItrIuS IMISIIOIItcM Rev. William T Blair, will I'I . YA ". v I
.
Rip WM411i 1pI NIAEn11SUYMIlV1It bring the sermon "Open the Door!" ,, t'
CA2 I MIIPif '
I wain am. s run IOYtMuI"Iitxra from the text in the book of Rev- 8. I. -e.
zT Ilr dirt "Behold. I stand at the .
Io I/a I IM hqM: elation
door and knock: if any man hear "t<, Jii

my voice and open the door, I will i iI
WWWWWVWWUWWWWUThugs I come in to him, and will sup with 6'I

; Fri him, and he with mt." f Rev. 3:20): I ii Miami Tech i I
I The theme will be that of the i > il ilI

I many doors waiting to be opened

'jtM I by people in this community . I'I'I !" ,, ........ ::1
I I ,.;. ... '.. ,. ,. 'I
doors opening on untold promise \'. .'"
6l' Nth 'of great things for the! future of II IIi .I .:. \ ''." 'I. ."' ">", ., :Ii Iiil I

fN :i all The of us.Junior Fellowship will hold : : :
il !: :
e .1
-- I an .organizational meeting this I ON LAIR FIELD ,; It. ;
Friday at 4:30: P. M. This group ''I \i, ,,
II
: is open to boys and girls from 8 ''i UNDER LIGHTS -, \ :: ... !I'
.. to 12 years of age and will be organized II '."
,
in the manner of the Methodist =< ',1 I

Double Feature Youth Fellowship for the'' ;I I'T PAHOKEEI ,,f..j, ,.. \,:I,j.' :!!:

older flUp. Wt want to make .1

SaturdayALSO church home for all of our people, 1 :!

and this is the second step in the ti}
I II
process. The next group to organIze -
will be the Young Married

I1 and Pt'ople-'s Irs.Ft'llo\\.hip.Blair are sponsoring The minister the I For this First Home Game Let's Turn Out And Show

JunIor Fellowship 35 they are UfI

I MYF transportation The minister for those will boys furnish and Coach Alley.. And His Crew ''Ve Believe In Them!

girls who ride the schod bus so .

that l'art'ntsi11 not have to wor- ..
ry about their children getting
home in time for dinntr. eout \Ve're Blue Devil Boosters! ;

A meeting for all Officers and

Teachers of the Sunday &hoolil1

j be held at the parsonage on the Prince Theatre I II

j 7 evening'30 of Frida}'. Octotr 11 at

A delegation from te church

will attend the Rural We Conference I
Pahokee Florida
to be held at Davie c.n Thurs- I

day, Oct. 10. j:I

The minister is completing his



Page Four The Everglades 'ew;, Canal Point, Florida Friday, October 4, 19t6J.


G. Weeks Visits Community Chest-

State Masonic Lodges f

(Continued from page 1)Mrs. )
"The connecting link bet
J. S. Chastain 1.00 veen elU-
J. G. Weeks, district deputy
lrs. Elmer Mills 122Mrs.
grand master of the Masonic lodge,
W. A. Humphries 2.00 plo ver eluployee" ,
returned his home in Canal
to
Mr. and Irs. Paul E. Collier of A. J. Spivey 2.00
Point after attending I'
Wednesday night
Pahokee announce the birth of aI lrs. John Burdshaw 1.00

important lodge meetings I sno, Thomas at Good Samaritan lrs. R. M. Young 1.00 Helen R.
In Lakeland on Monday night and BrowningPersonnel
I Hospital, West Palm Beach, on Irs. C. H. Tillis 1.00
in Tampa on Tuesday night. Mr.
Sept. 30. Irs. G. W. Byrd 5.00
Weeks has been visiting many i Mr. and lrs. Eugene J. New- lrs. Phara lock 10.00 :
lodges throughout his district since II Service
some of Lake Worth announce the rrs. Wald5chlager 3.00
his elevation to this important
I:'Ibirth of a daughter, Donna Jean at lrs. R. F. Phipps 1.00
several months The
lodge post ago.
I Good Samaritan Hospital West Mrs. \ola B. Smith 10.00 Box 56
meeting in Lakeland was in honor Phone 2il'Y
Palm Beach, on Sept. 30. Mrs.Newsome W. A. Stevens 10.00H.
of Grand Master Frank
Deputy is the former Margaret E. Unwin 5.00

Thompson---. ---. i, Ruth Gray, daughter of Mr. and Anonymous 17'.7'S Belle Glade, Fla

I Mrs. A. B. Gray, Pahokee. C. T. Jackson 10.00
Edwin Rice, a junior majoring in
Register-No
At The Everglade George Abowd 10.00 Charge
animal husbandry at the University -
Memorial Hospital Owen Rogers 10.00G.
of Florida, returned to Gaines-
Mr. and lrs. W. H. Webb Jr., C. Connell 2.00B.
ville Monday after spending th! !
announce the birth of a son, Will- Elliott 66.00l' --------
---
weekend visiting his mother, Mrs. -- ---- -
iam Lawrence, on St>pt. 26. \ A. Cross 25.00
Pauline Rice, in Pahokee.
Mr. and lrs. A. E. Goodson of H. G. lcGouirk 25.00

IS TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF TilE i Canal Point announce the birth of L. C. Peeples 20.00Boe's PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERS
FIFTEENTH JrDlCUL CIRCUIT, \
24-
a son on Sept. 35.00
IS AND fOR P.\UI BUCII corSTi - ..
nORID.\ IS CII.SCERSo. \. Mr. and lrs. D. R. Boysen of W. R. Shackford 35.00

2',369 Chosen announce the birth of a lrs. Lewis Friend 25.00
THERESA A. ADDISON, :
Plaintiff : son Eric William. on Sept. 29. lrs. Doris Sasser .50 .
\'s. : lr3. G. H. Shirah Jr...
Mr. and
Mrs. Earl Pitts 2.00A.
ROBERT H. ADDISON : a a
Dt'fendant. : of Canal Point announce the birth I. Davis 2.00 Protect Your Valuables
NOTICE TO APPEAR of a son, Donald Nelson, on Sept. Mr. Irs. Earl Meredith 10.00 a
It ti hereby ordered that you. Robert
n. AMdtson, whO-e! mailing residence as 30. George McLatty 5.00 0
. AND IMPORTANT
particularly as is known to the plaintiff Mr. and Irs. Ray Thompson of lrs. Margaret Jones 2.00 I! PAPERS WITH ONE
13 P. O. Box 65. Nasau, Bahama
Iilandi, you being the defendant in Chosen announce the birth of a Mrs. Joe Guerry 1.50 OF OUR XEHOIE SAFES
this cause are required to appear in daughter Diana Lynn on Sept. 29. lrs. Holt 1.00

of person October or by, A attorney D. 19-\6.on to the the 28th Bill day of Mr. and Irs. J. O. Bryant of lr5. Barnes 1.00 0 CHEST, Price ............................ 532.86 j
Complaint filed against you in this Canal Point announce the birth of Anonymous .50 d with combination lock. Weighs 75 lbs
cause in the Circuit Court of the Fifteenth -
Judicial Circuit in and for Palm a daughter Paula Gail on Sept. Mr. Irs. R. L. Parker 5.00 I d
Beach County Florida wherein Theresa I 28. Mrs. H. L. Carter 5.00 Medium Size SAFE Price
A. Addison Is the plaintiff and the relief of a ......._ 590.8
W. L. Wheeler
Mr. and Irs.
lrs. W. M. Jolnson! 5.00
sought being a decree of divorce
otherwise the allegations of said Bill of I South Bay announce the birth of Mrs. Willette M. Landers 2.00 One hour fir protection . burglar relocking deI .

Complaint by you. It will is hereby be taken further as confessed ordered a son, Michael Leo, on Sept. 28. lrs. Alice Helms 2.00 vice . 28-m high single door weIghs 306 lbs.

that this notice be published for four Mr. and lrs. Hugo Boe of Pa- Mrs. L. I. Ialoy 1.00

N con W'i.cuth'e a newspapr weeks of in general the circulation Everglades hokee announce the birth of a son Irs. E. H. Connell 1.00 d Large Size SAFE, Price .......... $121,31E

Court published Is lacatl'd.in the County herein this William Kent. on Oct. 2. Charles Ricks 1,00Mrs. Burglar l'e-Iorkin; device one hour fire protection, t

Witness my hand and I'flal of the --.. --- Becky Starling 5.00 E! single door, 2J-in high weighs 388 lbs. Ii;]
Circuit Court in and for Palm Beach Mrs. L. L. Stuckey 5.00 I
County florida, this 19th day of Sep.tember. I
A. D. 1946. at West Palm Beach, I' SPJfI.\I4 )1ttTlXG Irs. Ed Spoontr 1.00 MAIL ORDEn HANDLED PROMPTLY
Florida. Irs. Bobby lcI\instry: 1.00
J. ALEX ARNETTE. I
A Circuit Court Clerk Fred and Percy Man=field Post lr3. Harry Sheppard 1.00 HALSEY & GRIFFITH Inc.tJ
(Circuit Court Seal) PO, American Legion will conduct I Irs. nnnie L. Hughes 1.00 ,
Thaddle P. Plant,
By
As Deputy Clfrk.F a meeting in the Woman's Club I Irs. Billy Helm 1.00 I (
313.13.1 natura St.
A. Currie Plaintiff's Attorney j building on Monday. Oct. 7. at 7:30: Irs. Glenn Abling 2.00 I Phone .1SS3
West Palm Beach Florida. I I West Palm Beach l'la [
,
Mrs. J. 11.11'ilkinson. Sr. 5.00
rub: Sept. 27. Oct. 4. 11. 18, 19-\6. p. m. I :
I lrs. R. J. Simonson 25.00 I a o

-. Robert B. Simonson 10.00
rI Ora W. Powell 10.00 I

I R. J. Sthroder 5.00

1 BEGINNINGMonday Carl Burrell ::50

i Anonymous 50.00P
'
: & L Stores 2:>.00

October 7 L. W. Thompson 2.00 ,

Mrs. J. C. Tabb 5.00C. IloiiiogenizedInitaiiiiiitp

C. Barlow 2.00
Ennis Cafae 10.00

;L: IONROE SI \Sally ndeg-rift Ann-Todd Will ia m.s 100.00Julia's 20.00 : %Iill i iI

I I Ii Beauty Palor 5.00 I
Wi1liam Beauty Palor 5.00
i I
i Plumbing & Electrical Service M. D. Geiger 10.00 -00AVAILABLE '

I Otto H. Coleman 10.00

I Parrish Jewelry Store 15.00 AT YOUR

; ; WILL BE CONDUCTED ON Gus Fleming 2.00E.
I F. Cushman 15.00
GROCERY STORE
I I II
Cleve Cruthird 10.00 i

I Full Time Basis John E. Wilson 25.00 -0.0LFA-
I Pickett and Stafford 25.00 I
! : James O. Shade 4.00

i.--- ---- & --- .- - -- - Glades F.qiup. Co. 300.00

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. .. Blue Devils Ready- I


(Continued from page 1)

furnished by the Pahokee High
Baptist Article Of Faith School Band and Drill Tt'am. Phone 20 Belle Glade, Fla

Probable starting line-ups:

"The \World To Come" Sims Latham Ie it Toussaint Richaard ,

Spooner 19 Poston

Daniels c Conroy

Baker rg Martin
h\\\ believe that there i a radical and essential Salvatore rt AngellFrmd

difference between the righteous} and the wicked ; re Young BATTERY RADIOS
Geiger qb Taylor
that such only as through faith are justified in Gillis Ih hay

the name of the Lord Jews, and sanctified by the Connell rh Simonin
,,1 'Ve hare several TRCETONE mantel
Dickson fb Ansell
Spirit of our God are truly righteous in his I
Officials:: Rupert Mock. referee: !
esteem : while all such as continue in impenitence Dorsey Pugh. head lineman: lIorI models priced, less batteries, from

md unbelief are in His sight i wicketl, and under ace rn\\in. umpire: Leon Spooner ,I .;:! $3a to $12.0 I ,)

the curse: and this distinction holds! among men, I field judge. _.IL-

both in and after death. \\"e further believe that I r.w 1I\'IU:1: x.nnn I',: Cabinet type automatic record changer -

the end of this world i is approaching; that a I Mrs. Lois Byrd rock has been i! 12 ten inch 01' ten 12 inch records,

solemn! ::el\1I'ation will then take place ; that the : appointed first grade teacher at

I the Pahok Elementary School to : three tube, at ..................... ...... $52.60
wicked will be adjudged to endless punishment I take rare of the overflow of pupils. ;

md the righteous to endless joy ; md that this When the enrollment of first grade ;:

judgetnent will fix 1-ore\\'r the final state or :I'I t pupils at the school reached :3 last Heavy Duty" 1000 hour Radio Batteries -

I ; week it became necessary. to or- .
men in leaven or hell on princil e5 of righteous.11t'aS ,I ganiie another classroom and hire at ..... ... .. .... ..... .... ... . . .. $5.95;)

." another ttacht'r. The two other ,

first grade teachers! are 1Ir W. I -
P. Jernigan and Mrs. Sue S1irley.
.
j ---+

An First Advertisement BspUst Church Of.The P3hok. f'1r& I Mr. and Irs. t. J. Frasure Sr.. \\Vestern Auto Associate Store

hue returned home from a three

., I \\'Hks''lsit with relatives 4n Okla! I. M. LAIR Owner PAHOKEE, FLA. .
f ihoma. Tenne.s e. Arkansas and I
j -
Texas. = -
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Methodist Officers Named Class By fW m [W J S Iw SENATOR[ J JI B.\PIIST Monday SUPPER night in Baptist Fellow- I Ioberg Date For Tens PTA Correct Meet

ship Hall will be the scene of the
The newly organized Pahlkee first of the recently inaugurated Carl oberg, president of the
Methodist fen's Bible Class met for the Pahokfe PTA the
supper pastor, deacon and is anxious that
for the second time in the church their hives frs. H. L. Speer, public know that the first fall

auditorium Sunday morning and j'3 ; chairman and her committee the I meeting of the organization be
elected the following class officers;: Mesdames C. R. Wroten, W. Tints held on Monday night, Oct U. A
Jack spencer president ; Dave W. I and O. Gilbert will be in charge of large attendance is expected, Mr.Moberg .
Cunningham, vice president; Gene the arrangements The newly or- said.
McILvain, secretary and J. V. dained deacons and their wives, -..
Thomas, treasurer. Following the Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Batchelor Mr. Betty Kay and Jeanette 1'ewson
group singing of psalms, RevC., I. and Mrs. F. G. Gillis, Mr. and Mrs.H of West Palm Beach are spending
T. Howes gave an interesting talk L Jaudon will be the honored several days with their grandparents -
on' "The Drifting Christain." At- i 1 guests A special program will be Mr. and Mrs A. B. Gray, in
tendance at the second meeting presented Pahokee.
totaled 4S.
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w I 11!.. // /1 /1 1/ 11?t.flt.f,1t11r.j, ,: 1,1. 1/ ..ft.,'" 1.1.ffii',,1\\ f{ j
II
Ads b <, y 7
Classified
p c
4t.4 Y Fine Clothes For
HERBERT'S

fr Men and Women
SEt-TlO tanks and grease traps
cleaned and repaired. Phone J ,4gjy yO TAILORED TO MEASURE

3872, Bob Douthit, Pahokee. M17c have Your Ladies' Clothes Tailored
__ N f.
FOR S.UJFine display of New A Man's Tailor

and reconditioned trailers. Small ili At.

down payment balance like rent. BELCIIER
We have three lots and carry a }
Seventy-five thousand doll a r s
i BOX 876 PAHOKEE
stock, we surely can solve your !
houang problem. Arthur Trailer
>.1I.V'.VIWi.\J..ii ..
Sales, East main St, Pahokee
Open from 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. I .
daily including Sunday. tfch -- --

lUllCIIICliS.. Heavies, C. O. D. ,
$14.95 for 100. David Nichols : _
Hatchery. Rockmart Ga. OetApFOit L k TRIANGLERESTAURANT

S.\I.E: Holland cabbage setter United States Senator Spessard L. Holland

extra gears for rew. State Barto\\, Florida I
market platform in charge Frank
--- -
contact Smith, 1617' In Canal Point
Colson
or
White haired, young looking shot down behind American lines.
e Woodward ave.. phone 5881. Orlando Spessard L. Holland of Bartow" He came out of the war a captain, 1
f $275.00. Oct. 4c1I Florida's wartime governor, is in :I with the Distinguished Service Serving Only the Finest Foods

FOIL S.\U' 3'x4'x6' reach-in refrigerator Washington to join Claude Pepper : Cross for "valor in action," I
!1hp. Frigidaire unit as the state's team in the United I! Like Pepper, Holland was a good I Regular Meals & Short Orders

suitable for store or restaurant, States Senate. student. To offset his colleague's I'
good condition, now operating GO\ Millard Caldwell named his Phi Beta Kappa key, the new
,
$250.00. Irs. Cecil tobley, Everglades predecessor as governor to the un- junior senator can point out that JACK A. PIIILLIPS, PROP .
Hotel, Phone 8, Okeechobee, expired term of the late Sen. he once qualified for a Rhodes :
Fla. Oct. 41 P Charles O. Andrews, after first of- cholarship. I
fering it to frs. Andrews. He also was an outstanding COllege -
nut S.\L: Furnished h 0 u S pressing her appreciation of athlete and was offered a con- \
to into close in, declined --- -- --- ----- - --- -
ready move the offer Mrs. Andrews tract with the Philadelphia Athletics -I = ,
price rea.onable. Some good buys with the comment that she felt she after pitching an exhibition ': I
in business propert Call Dan should retire to private life. game against them while at the I I
Carpenter Pahokee 2571. StS21c "The problems confronting the University of Florida. I

W.\XTtU: Boys or girls over 18 representatives of the people in During his campaign last spring I STUCKEY
for at Prince theatre congress are very pressing and important for the senate, Holland pledged I
positions
I and the people of Florida support to the United '
theatre in Pahoker -
at
Call in person 1'ations'I'
have selected Charlie's successor, maintaining strong
Octllch I
she said. paredne, strengthening veterans i Fertilizer Works
FLOOR I.\X\GElt wanted for "I feel that the interest of the legislation reducing the national !
Prince Theatre In Pahokee Apply people would be better served if he debt and expanding humanitarian I

in person at the theatre. OUe assumed immediately the responsi- services including aid to the needy Manufacturers of
I bilities of the trust." aged, the blind and dependent chil-
nut S.\U: Missionary variety; Holland, gaining three month3' dren.
strawberry plants have about I seniority over a dozen other new Holland is expected to follow a I high Quality Distributable
5,000, J. Dragon at Nola's Shop, I senators who will not assume of- more conservative course than

Pahokee. Oct 4chW. fice until January announced that Pepper and a less conservative I' Fertilizers and Superior
he would to Washington at Andrews.
go one than did Sen.
.\\ TO !t1''T: House or apartment -
In or near Pahokee will once to establish an office. Most convenient label for Florida's Poison Bait
advance He said he would ask the mem- new senator is that of "con-
in
three months
pay
bers of Andrews' Washington of-
liberal"Council
p O. Box 567. Pahokee 2tp er\'ativ
write
flee staff to remain, at least until .
- Now In Position To Serve 1"ouPhone
SITUATION W.-\STFJ): Man 53. the end of the year. Members
university graduate, act 1 v e. The ex-governor won the Demo-
ready, what have you? Box U, cratic nomination to the senate Visit Lions Club
Port Mayaca, Fla. 2tpd. over former Congressman Lex
Green and other opponents in the Pahokee Lions had 33 guests of 4201 in Pahokee
:
nut S.\I': Lawn mower Garden May: primaries after Sen. Andrews' honor at their Tuesday luncheon
hose etc. C W. Dukes, Pahokee.F1a decision not to run for re- meeting Mayor T. C. Richardson

ltp nomination, but his regular sL'- and Councilmen F. M. Shaughney -

--- year term is not scheduled to be- Don Hillier Robert Mackey, IJL II I I II
gin until Januar ', Lair and ,p. L. Geigfr. Luke

CHIROPIlACTOR'EST His accession to the senate caps Fraser, program chairman intro-

a long, successful career of public duced his honor, the mayor, who in --- -
PALM BEACH
lion., 1\1" &: Wt BELLE GLADE tive Floridian, having been born the Lions. Each of the city officials -
.
Thurs., Frt. & Sat
in Bartow. in brief talks, toM of his :
DR. I. S. JONES Holland's first public office was work in the city government fol- A Servant of the Glades

Suite 301.m Comf'IU Bldj as prosecuting attorney for Polk lowing which the club gave the
Phone- 3650 W'et Palm Beach, Fla count)'. Then he served for eight group Q vote of confid nce.i i
------ senate and then I Claude Jones that the
---- - years in the state i reported Tolliami
four years in the His administration a. governor at Camp Murphy were avail- ; To West Palm Beach
FOR SALE was marked by financial reforms, I II able to veterans only if used for I Ii
I i RoztJlt Daily To n Myers & Lakeland
particularly those strengthening business purposes. Frank : I
1 Section of the county road bond structure, announced that the lighting system
Lowering the intangible tax ceiling I at Batt'man Field was ready for ;
MUCKLAND from five mills to two refunding the start or night diamondball i iames. :
of the Everglades Dramage dis- It W\3: also announced I Glades Motor Lines Inc.
trict. which resulted in cutting its that the Bon. Dwight L.Rogers of I ,

bonded indebtedness to leas than Fort Lauderdale' will bt guest I
I 25 per cent of the original figure speaker at the next meeting of the SERVING TilE
aTOM and the 100 per cent assessment club.
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GAnTLA D II3W.
I Wul! \lland's< World War II "OliJt r.HOn' MEEN: GLADES"i
Phone 58.1 I Pahokee Venice was on the home front as The Lake Okeechobee subdistrirt

governor in charge of the state of the ft'thodlst Youth l107o'shp.

_-. defense machinery into which 33S.- recently reorganized in B (0 1 II I e'lad
O(*} 'Itlltn'olunt u were Hlisted. : +. was scheduled to meet at i
CHILLS I FEVER rI
i he was at the front 1n World the PahokH' Methodist C'lurch on
War t After s.nin for 3 while Thursday evening of this week
DUE TO MALARIA
with the Coast Artillery, M 0b- Representatives of tYF groups
RELIEVED i tarred 3 transfer to the Air Corps from Moore Haven Clewiston.

Most of his Air Corps service Lake Harbor Sooth Bay. Belle I I,
BY--- 666 I war at 1.1 +cerver. but he shot Glade. Pirekee cad Canal Point

'a 4 .KSaa.r/ down two plctJ and bad by platie were exted to be present I

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.le Sic Evergladts News Canal Point Florida Friday" October 4. 1946

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TO TEST DRIVERS with her parents, Dr. and Mrs.V..
Honors Rex Kaufman
Caial Point Girl Wins 4-H Club Has
Examinations will be held and O. Strickland in GJenn\ille, Georgia -

Birthday arty car driver license will be issued at .

fru0f the Pahokee city hall on Monday ..
Y. frs. w. R. Kaufman entertained Oct 7, from 1 to 4 p. m., for the :

at her home in Pahokee with a I I I benefit of those who failed to ob- Both the Florida Military Academy -

party for her son, Rex in celebra- I tain their licenses before Oct. I, and the Farragut Naval Academies -

tion of his second birthday anniversary -: according to State Patrolman W. :. of St. Petersburg report
Saturday afternoon. R. Kaufman
swelling enrollment lists with
Games were enjoyed by the child- I
ren and refreshments of ice cream Mr. Paul Rardin \\11 return to building and Equipment in readi-

and cake were served by the host- her home in Canal Point this week ness for the fall term the Chamber

.{ to Sandra end after the summer of Commerce
; ess Rogers Buddy Keen spending reports.
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'Anita Cowart Effie Lou Keen, I' --
k ki
; ; Bennie Baxter, Carl Watson, Sylvia .laNrfiNSUI
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y -
Parrish Gay and Fay Carlton I -

ny Linda Libhart Baker Mrs Susie Ellsworth Cushman Keen Sun-, nom where I sit h.b J Joe Marsh,

Mrs. W. H. Rogers Mrs Ed Cush-

man, Mrs Charles W. Baker Jr..

1 42 : and Mrs. A. C. Libhart..a Bert Childers

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t f Victory Class Is ,- and the Melon Patch'


Composed Of Women

Bert Childers put an ad in the Naturally it'puzz1ed some folks

The withdrawal of men from the I Clarion the other day. Here'a what .?but Bert explains: "It gives me
:1 kick to share things when I ran
Victory Class to form a Men's it said:

YCH: Bible Class at the Pahokee Methodist "Planted more melons than I afford to-whether it's the melons

w Church school necessitated can eat this )'ear. Stop by and pick or the lemonade or beer. I guess I

a complete reorganization of the as many as you want. AU free." just like to indulge my whims."

class which is now entirely com- plenty of folks From here I sit, iC we had more
As
you tan guess
posed of women. At a reorganization "
like But
elf.induh'nt" people
l sent their kids over and plenty of :;
Y meeting in the church on I too. Stripped -"ho believe in share and share

Thursday night of last week the the Dut's parents melon patch came in no time.And alike. lire and Jet live. this tired
following new officers were electEd -
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world \\oulJ be \\hole lat better
Cert treated
: frs. Jack as they went away
Joann Platt, daughter or Mr. and frs. J. T. Platt of Canal: Point Spencer president: offered uxl!
the kids to lemonade and
was one of the winners of highest award in the annual Palm Beach Mrs. Robert Walker, vice presi-
County 4.11 club girls poultry show last Saturday in West Palm Beach. dent: Irs. J. V. Thomas, recording the grown ups a glass vi ice.cold 11 11

Joann Is shown on the right swapping congratulations Marilyn secretary; Miss Nan Brewton corresponding sparking beer CJ't'JiLu.fl.
Hull of Rivieria Beach who was also a winner. Each of the girls ,I secretary: Mrs Lewis
13 holding one of her New Hampshire chickens out of exhibits which Friend, treasurer and Irs. Dorothy !

won them blue ribbons Graham, pianist
[ I Copr'ght,1946. hniWStu BrewersfowdanoiI
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Missionary Group Rally Day Plans I.
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Met On Monday Are Perfected By 1 ;

Pahokee Methodists I
The Canal Point Missionary Society '
-
had its first fall meeting
The Pahokee Methodist Board of ;
Monday. Sept. 30, at the church \
ChrLctfan Education at a special'mectin
pith Mrs. George presiding. Mrs I
church I
In the Tuesday
C. B. Jane opened the meeting 1/I
night completed plans for promo-
With after which the sec II
prayer
tion and rally day at the church
retary and treasurer gave their re- II
school on Sunday Oct. 6.
ports. The board announced a full slate i :
Plans were made to prepare necessary -
cf officers and teachers for the i il ;
clothing for the orphan : 1
:! church school for the new year as II
sponsored by the group at Arcadia I I ;1
follows: T. L. Burns general sup-
After conclusion of all business the I I
erintendent; Frank Rozelle assistant -
chairman of the nominating corn
superintendent; Mrs. G. B. I I
1 mittee report of officers selected -
gave
.
Ramey, secretary treasurer: Mrs. ;I
FRIDAYNIGIITOtTe411
got the coming year. They
and
Sue Rozelle superintendent
are: Mf9. Arnold Scroggs, press I
teacher and Mrs. R. F. Hurt
dent: Mrs. C. R. Wetherington.frs. .
teacher, department: Mrs.
nursery
J. M. Sapp and Mrs. M. F.
J. W. Cruthirds, superintendent
George, v Ice presidents: Mrs
and teacher and Mrs. E. L. MC-
Charles Jones secretary: Mrs. JK .
I1wain, teacher kindergarten de-
The report -
Williams, treasurer :11
was accepted as rtad. I partment; Mrs. Christine Elliot? :
frs. Arch Blakey
superintendent
The next meeting will be held on I
I Miss Lucille Salvatore and Mrs. : I
Oct 14 at which time Installation II
of new officers will be held. Present I June Frasure teachers primary FIELD
LAIR
for the Monday meeting were: department; Mrs. Kenneth Mock, I f II IIII
II Mrs. H. M. Mc-
Mesdames L. V. McClfl1and, J. E. superintendent
and B. Elliott, teachers, PAHOKEE
Intosh
I i i'I
Williams, D. C. McRat'. C. B. II
Jones J. S. Chastain Charles Max i Mr. Arch Blakey, Sunday evening
J. Amn i counselor, junior department; frs. I:
son, Ray Singletar, Sapp 'I ,
1Iarlo1.. I H. T. Williams, superintendent, !
old Scruggs, Juanita
Irs. Frank Friend and O. D. Carpenter I'I'
I
F. George, G. L. Sims. I :
-- .-.. teachers, frs. R. F. Hurt I

Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Anderson : Sunday evening counselor, inter- I __ I'Ii '

returned this week from a visit mediate department; Irs..el'a Ii __ ::

with relatives in Bridgeport, Conn I Elliott, superintendent, teacher I I
the summer : and counselor, senior young pea I i
Anderson
Mrs spent : pIt's class: Mrs Jack Spencer, I II '
In Maine and Connecticut nad Mr First Home Game
Anderson went there a couple of I president, and trs. Vena Mae I I !

weeks ago to accompany her home Schroder teacher, women's victory I Ii
i class; Jack Spencer president and I

Rev. C. T. Howes, teacher men's I 1946Season
Of The
Bible dLC1o. I Ie. 1 :

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I i
II .

Low Bed20-Ton Girls Auxiliary I I \ :

,\ ir '
Has 'Yiener Roast : ::1 i I

TRARERAvailable I :: Let's Back Alley and His Men .
\n outdoor party featuring 1 I .,
wiener roast and a hay ride to i
"
S1. Lucie Canal near Port Mayaca I j": ii i

was enjoyed Saturday evening by
I I members of the Girls Auxiliary ot I

for Moving the rahokt'e First Baptist Church. Pahokee Blue Devils ,i
The I
young people were aCCOmp8'1' I ..I.IVERSUS
led on the hay ride by Mr. andMrs.
Heavy Tractors Ralph Grimes and Mr. and j i !: ;;

frs. J. H. Wilkinson, Jr. Party

and Draglines arrangements were under the direction Tech Of Miami :!
of Irs. Grime. GA leader. high i iWe're

Those attending were BUddy Moberg. I
'
Danny Iullis. Albert Craves. !
the Job ; Ij
Hourly or 111"
I I
Paul Gresham, Eugene Caruther,
i. Jimmy Rozelle Sydney Caruthers II Blue Devil Boosters !
f
Lois Sullivan Shirley Watson Emma i I !

.ED LANDERS Jean Hitchcock, Leona Ga.mot, I

: Daisy Miller. regno Holt, Barbara I l Pahokee Police
Belle Glade : Hadid W)11el1 Cillis Edna L'nwin I II Dept.
I:Joan Hadid Carol Carpenter Stella .

Barnes Kemp LortntI
Ruthll1
Phone 85 Combs N an C y McCoy. Albert By .Altman Morgan, Chief

i I Gamot Charles Yates, Jack Boland I .
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and Franklin lIov.'en. I



October 4. 19t6 The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Page SevedIiho1QQ

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rpo Revises Laws ed for a. membership drive in
I1igh School Cheer Leader which the goal will be to get every

Elects New Officers veteran- of World Wars I and II

Wilkinson -

'. I The Pahokee-Canal Point unit of I
the Veterans Political Organization I port on the work of his ways and

met in the city hall Monday means committee. Reports were

: night to revise its constitution and I also given on VPO progress elsewhere -
ac by laws and elect a new slate fo and the charter for the

officers. Herbert Thbrneberr was Palm Beach County '"PO.I .

!, elected president; Melvin Spooner, I, --..

Mt vice president; David Chancey, i GI BILL Sit DENTS
,
I secretary-treasurer; J. H. Wilkin- Among local veterans who are

son Jr., Harry Waldschlager Ken- taking postgraduate or regular
neth Mock, Herman Kautz and I. courses at Pahokee High School

J. Frasure, Jr., directors.It under the provisions in the GI Bill

was announced that the local of Rights are William Weathers,
b J
VPO now has a membership of 60 Billy DeLoach David Thomas

veterans and plans were discus- Marion Ogle and Bob Sears. .
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Pahokee Ph 2301 Belle Glade Ph. 247 : I

The life of a cheerleader is a ;Wilson, Johanna McKinstry Doris of the blouse. The tights are blue.

hard one. but also a happy one Harper Gwenette Reeves Ann The pep squad is much larger
so the Pahokee cheerleaders claim. O'Connell.
this year and also more colorful
Hard because they try to please The uniforms are a little differ-
, with their P. H. S. hats.
the majority and not the few and ent this year Of course the By wear-
happy because of winning a game color scheme is still blue and white- ing the hats Pahokee makes a
PIANOS JEWELRY MUSIC
such as was witnessed last Wed- An alternating blue and whit much more conspicuous showing -

nesday night when Pahokee the gored skirt is set off by a white : and by giving the new yells. as

1, underdog defeated Ponce de Leon quarter-length sleeved blouse. but- ; well as the old ones they are J. 'IV. R ASH LEY
a much larger high school. toned down the back with blue : showing much better school spirit.

There are five girls in the squad covered buttons. It has a Peter i The cheerleaders appreciate Paho- JEWELER Belle Glade, Fla,
this year. The five are Loretta Pan collar and a "P" on the front I kee High enthusiasm. t

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i GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY

Expect 200 To Attend CllrUCllt SCIENTIST OF CllhIST, Highway Patrol I I II

Rally Day Oct. 6th "UNREALITY" is the subject of Erects New Tower .

-- the Lesson-Sermon which will bread '

' The annual Promotion and Rally in Churches of Christ, Scientist Work has been completed on the !

Day at the Pahokee Methodist throughout the world on erection of the 200-foOL antenna

Sunday School will be held Sunday Sunday October 6. tower at Pahokee for the State Trees Vines Shrubs Citrusof
Oct. 6, with the attendance The Golden Text is: "All that Is

goal set to pass the 200 mark I in the world, the lust of the flesh, Highway tern and Patrol receiving broadcasting equipment sys is- all sizes and varieties for

f Pupils who have successfully completed and the lust of the eyes, and the
I now being installed in the broadcasting Selection
J a year at the church school pride of life, is not of the Father- your ,
room located in the Pa-
will be promoted to upper classes, but is of the world" (I John 2:16).
r hokee city hall. The station'stransmitting LANDSCAPING
following which newly appointed Among the citations which com- .
is
being stepped
the Lesson-Sermon is the fol- power
officers and teachers of the school prise
up from 50 to 250 kilowatts as you like it. \Ye are organized and equipped to doa
the congregation will observe lowing from the Bible: "Hath a na-
World-wide Communion Day and tion changed their gods, which are and it is believed the police broad- thorough job from plans to completion of p1antin
casts will have radio sufficient
a
He\ C. T. Bowes, pastor will deliver yet no gods? but my people have I
to cover all of South F1orida.
a sermon on "Communion changed their glory for that which
As always, 'ou are
:
Tiny Todd has been employed a9 ,
Meditation on World Brotherhood." doth not profit. But where are thy
day operator at the station and welcome at our !i
The public is cordially invited to gods that thou hast made thee? let ,
'James E. Sullenger night operator -
them arise if thee in
attend. they can save ;
-- . -- the time of thy trouble" (Jer. ...--- NURSERIES: 1100 Southern Boulevard (Route r\o. 2S at '

2:11,23)). City Limits). We-st Palm Beach Florida i
Candlelight Service Pahokee Scout
The Lesson-Sermon also includes Troop

For Youth Group the following passage from the Being ReorganizedScoutmaster ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO : I

Christian Science textbook "Sci-

The Methodist Fellowship ence and Health with Key to the- Melvin Spooner and : I

of Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy:
the Canal Point churchill hold members of his Pahokee Boy Scout
1here is but one primal cause.
a Candlelight Installation Service
23 these
1 Troop are busily engaged
as a part of the World Communion Therefore there can be no effect the and
days in reorganizing troop
Service the evening of October from any other cause, and there for renewed activities .
making plans
6 (1:30-8.30 P. M.) At that tim I can be no reality in aught which for the fall season. ; Whatever Your Plumbing Needs

the newly elected- officers of the I does not proceed from this great At the meeting last week fourpatro1.3

fellowship will make their pledges: I and only cause" (p. 207:20-23.) with Le-
--....----- were organized Phone J. .
of service for the coming yea. I land Shirley Steve Kirk, Ralph ; Lee Taylor 550
1'he service- will be a moment of and David named
'l\lr. & Mrs Nobles Chaney Ramey PAHOHEED
Inspirational beauty a-t the entire as patrol leaders. John T. Pickett D

fellowship body and the members Have Recurrence Jr., was chosen senior patrol lea9-

of the congregation join in the Of Polio er. The troop meets regularly Installations & Repairs

Service of Ughts. once a week at the scout hut on

Those members who will be installed Bacorn Point Road on Thursday at \\'e install the kind of sanitary systems that protect .
Mr. and Mrs. George NObles of
as officers for the coming 7:30 p. m. The troop I. now en- ..3 your health and give many years of trouble-
Canal Point have been returned to
year are: Elwood Dart President: gaged in a membership drive with free
service and
a West Palm Beach hospital suffering using only the best of materials
Mary Helen hooks Vice President
; an open invitation to all boys of fixtures.
from polio. They had re- I
' Max Wilson, Secretary; Stanley 12 years- or over to attend- the next
turned to their home In Canal
Books Treasurer Sarah
: Dart I regular meeting and join the
Point few weeks after J;
Commissioner of Worship: Thomas only a ago scouting movement. Plenty of ,

1 Dickson, Commissioner of Recrea- ',undergoing treatment in West activity and lots of fun are in thet
Palm Beach for three weeks for
tion: Bill Elam Commissioner- of I
'troop plans for the future. ,
Community Service: and Bill Je-rn-- polio. They had been discharged On Saturday night Troop 23 ,
Igan, Commissioner ot World I''as cured but recurrance of the i
sponsored a dance at the Woman's ; i
dread disease came about during I
Fr1end.hip. I i
Club with Scoutmaster Spooner in i
The members- voted unanimously' the week end and Immediate ar- :
charge of arrangements. Approximately
New Portable Welder
: rangements were made for their
to keep the weekly meeting time 40 scouts and guests were : :
on Monday nights. The group will : re-admittance to the hospital for :i I .
meet each Monday at the Methodist -! treatment. The Nobles family has present.Local Boy Scouts will presert ENABLING us TO no ANY KIND or STEEI4 1

parsonage at 1:00-the meeting four children who have been living the program at the first meeting CONSTRUCTION AT ANY PLACE
in the house with them since their
I
concluding by 830900.: : The of the Pahokee Parent-Teacher
period from 7 to 7:30 will be for return the first time from the hospital I Association in the school audi-

free and guided recreation. At but to ante none of the torium on Monday night, Oct. H. \ow rAILABLE 2-6 inch, 1.12 inch and 1.18

7:30 the Fellowship will join in a youngsters hag contracted the dl- A Boy Scout Court of Honor for inch SYPHOX TYPE Pl'IPS

n'ire of devotions followed by least the North Glades District of the

the business meeting, discussions, Gulf Stream Council will be conducted -
planning meetings, refreshments, '' New Electric Sign as part of the program. Manufacturers Of
and social periods. The immediate IRRIGATION ANN IHt\ISAGE PUMPS !
On adcock Store .. .. -_.
topic of di! l1."ion is that of recreational -, HYDRAUI.IC MOLE DRAIN'S !
: outlets in the Canal Point GI\'E U'SIC.\J4 I'ROGIt.\ WEED CHOPPERS
area. The Collins Furniture store in

The MYF is open to all young'i Pahokee hu Installed a fine big I The He\ and Irs. C. A. 1I0berg.

1'It'<'plt bt'twt't'n the ages of 12 and electric sign which tells the world First Baptist Church of Pahoket. WE MANUI'ACTURE frEltYTHISG TIIAT'S{

23. that they handle Badcock furniture. were guests: of the First Baptist IAUE OUT or IRON ron USE IX
.. i The sign was installed recently Church of Belie Glade Tuesday I II
VISIT IS )1l SI Sn'ltl : by the new manager of the light at the monthly supper mtttI THE GL.\lns i

I store. Mr. Collins who is sold on I lag of the pastors and their wives rl
Mrs. Nola n. Smith Irs. J. Leo the idea that the folk should know in the!: Palm Lake Anociation. This
Maxwell and !son Gilbert Mead of : about his store and whit he sells : group 1r.cludts the churches of DelI I Canal Point Machine Works ;

Pahokte and Mies Kansas Todd of : lit is using newspaper advertising I ray Beach to West Palm Beach

Canal Point left yesterday for in his campaign to familiarize I west to Coal Point around the CANAL PORT PIIO\E 531-. 0, BOX 4 6Friday

Mississippi when they will spend I I Glades folks wit his BadeockfurnitLre. lake to Moore Barto. The Moberg! I

10 days \'Sm:1g rtlsth.ts. presented a musical program ;



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