Title: Everglades News
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079910/00460
 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: October 11, 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: VID00460
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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"j he Truly Disfinguished, Mind

Prefers the Provinces' .





RECENT Rardin 'ViII Iake Effort To Have New Market First Beans Thursday Go To Signal Lights At

OPERATIONS Pahokee- elle Glade Road Made No. l First beans-of-the 1946.41 seas- I R .R. Crossings Will

I By Paul.Rardin j!I Project In County--By State Road Dept. on from Farms.were the The on Vandegrift'Williams the beans market were yesterday from a Be ErectedAtOnce

15.acre tract of bountifuls.
By resolution Introduced by partmt'nt to make the new road Hugo Keeping everlastingly at it brings
Boe, farm said the
At next Monday's meeting of Commissioner Paul ,Rardin of between l'ahokt and Belle superintendent success! Who said tbat
beans averaged between 60 and 90
the county commission I plan to Glade Its "Xo 1 Palm Beachcounty It really doesn't matter who said
Canal Point the communion
county bushels to the acre which is around
introduce a resolution asking the project." it, but it pays off. If you don't
called on the tate road department three.fourths of a normal }ield.
state road department to make "TIlt' existing road is worn believe it, wait a few more days
The beans came the wet
construction of a new road between Wednesday to furnish out," Conunhrionrf r..udin tcld and )'OU'U see that signal lights
September weather in fair
Pahokee and Belle Glade its It with a location map of a proposed the board, adding, "these two irf to be erected at the railroad
rondition. As far as this
No.1 project in Palm Beach coun- new state road between town" 'onomlrs, are closely related reporter I I crossing in Pahokte near the light
knows the ti'andegrift Williams
ty. It isn't child's play to get such I'ahoket and Bell Glad. Com and they must hale aM'nirahlt'l I plant and at the crossing at
beans were the first of the season.Alley'sBlue
a resolution passed in the first missicner lardin served notice road to unhot> -- -.. I I South Bay.County .

place. When you outtalk four fel- ht could ask the county board The present Belle Glade.1'a- Commissioner Paul Rar-

lows who have been on the board to go on record next Monday, hokt'e route has been resurfaced Devil I i I din has worked continuously on a

for many years and who have their Oet U, In regular meeting by twice by the tate and Is constantly I program that calls for signal

own pet road projects, it can be resolution asking the road de- in need of cold patching lights at aU crossings in the Glades
Meets Palm
added fair day's work. -
up as a and
------------------- -- erection of these two men-

Then, after the resolution i.s passed tioned lights Is fruit of his efforts.
Pahokee PTA
it calls for more work on the Freak Hurricane I Beach Tonight The two lights will be installed

road dt'partment'to get them to do For Next Meeting and put into operation within the

something about the whole thing Fizzles Out Before next few days, if present plans

Keep your fingers crossed. If you I A reception ;;pahOkee schoolteachers Local football tans expect the work out. Foundations for the

have an extra rabbit's foot )'ou're and officers and a Boy Pahokee Blue Devils to undergo lights are poured and erection will

not using, I'd like to borrow it Any Damage Done I Scout Court of Honor will be included their hardest test to date when I take place just as soon as the sight

for next Monday's meeting. in the program at the first they meet the Palm Beach Wild-I i i.s okehed by State Rood Department -
I I cats on Anderson Field, West Palm
of the Pahokeo
regular meeting : enginetrs
New crossing signal lights are For the past several years it has I Parent-Teachff Association to beheld Beach, this Friday night. Neither These signals are constructed by

going up at the light plant rail- been 50 common to attach the adjective .- in th school auditorium Mon- team has been defeated so tar this the railroad company under sup-

road crossing and at South Bay. "freakish" to the de9Crip.tion day, Oct. U, at 8 p. m. Carl A. season. The Blue Devils downed ervision of the state road depart-
bit of hurricanes that we have Ponce de Leon 14 to 13 and Miami -
little ,
I'm going to just a Moberg, president, will outline ment and the railroad company fareimbursed.
of credit for erection of these lights come to the conclusion all the big plans for the coming year which Tech, 14 to 0, while the Wildcats .by.,th&- federalgovernment -
the deal blows that come rumbling out of have 12 to 0 from both
since I've been working on includes a membership goal of 600 won through the public roads administration .
,the Caribbean in the faIl of
Better late the Belle Glade and Fort Pierce andplayed
for nearly two years. the
more Preceding the regular meeting for the cost of con-
year are or less of a freak.ish -
with Fart
scoreless tie
than never, someone PTA executive board will meet at a atruction. .
.. .. nature and perhaps it Is that Lauderdale. Both coaches, this
. the school at 7:15 m
high p. Commissioner Rardin is anxious
factor, of never knowing what to
Blue De\1Is' CI'de Alley and the
Dwight Rogers Is expect from them, which makes . Wndcat's H. M. (Red) Whitting- that another light be installed atStuckey's
Crossing on the FEC
hurricanes so terrifying to most Three Men ton have expressed the belief that
between Pahokfe and Canal Point.
people. I the other's team Is from two or
Lions Club Speaker I At the present there is no commit-
Last weekend the tropical storm Hurt In Car Crash three touchdowns .stronger than
that ment on the part of the railroad
ripped through western his own.

Congressman Dwight L. Rogers I, tip of Cuba, killing four and destroying Three Lake Worth young men, Everyone In the Pahokee.Canal or state road dtparment for installation -
of this particular light,
of Fort Lauderdale gave a review $2,000,000 worth of crops, Max Holland, S. I. Garrett and Point area, well, practically everyone Rardin said.Notables,

of the accomplishments of the I was no exception to the rule of Fritz Jerone, were brought to the is pointing with pride to the -..

79th Congress at the Tuesday freakishnes.s As it churned up Everglades Memorial Hospital 1946 Blue Devil team. It has been

luncheon meeting of the Pahokee through the Gulf of Mexico it appeared Wednesday night for treatment of longer than most residents can re- To Speak

certain that the State of received when the 1946 ,
Lions Club The guest speaker injuries member when Pahokee was able to At Convention

was introduced by L. J. Fraser, Florida was in for a terrific beating Ford pickup truck in which they boast of a team 8t well balanced

program chairman. He was one of 'i that losses to citrus and vegetable were riding turned over a couple and hard driving a.c this ytar's ag-

the sponsors of the bill which grower would run into the of times on Conners Highway 14 gregation. At the start of preseason Roy Segree, president of the

vides leave for pro-I millions Shivering with anxiety, miles fast of Canal Point. practice Coach alley said Everglades branch of the National
ttrptinal pay
residents throughout the state bat- The accident occured around League said this week that Governor -
there would be no stars on the
listed men and the first bill he '
plan to introduce In the 8Otb' tened down their homes and awaited 6:30: p. m. The three men, aU em- team. Maybe he meant to say Millard Caldwell will be invited -

Congress will make the bonds is- the worst, which never came. ployes of Farren's Tree Surgeons there would be aU stars for that to deliver the address of

I Somewhere in the Gulf the hurricane company in Miami, were returning Is the way bb team performed in welcome at the annual convention
sued terminal leave
as negoti-
able, he said. pay last its "eye" of destruction home after a day of work In the the first two gamt's. Perhaps a of the National League to be held

and dissipated into squaBs. Nov I Glades area. Holland, who was few things stood out--Wilbur Gelger's in Palm Beach In January. U S.
It announced that
was Principal
where in the state did the winds I driving, lost control of the truck educated toe and smart work Senator Spe card L. Holland has
D. D. Caudill Is list I
compiling a
exceed gale force. The rainfall i when a long ladder fell from the Frank Gillis's been invited to speak before the
at quarterback position
of local school children In need of
sight rorrectlon. When this list Is I wu relatively light and the over- : side and he cut the wheels sharply low, clean tackles, Fullback gathering on the third day of the

,all damage nt Jigiblt'. One could to avoid hitting some trets. Dickson's horizontal convention, Mr. St'grtt' laid.
T ham a s
completed it will be turned over to I ,
sense the huge sigh of relief and One of Holland's arms was fractured the middle of the The annual convention is scheduled -
,plunges through
Roy Segt'te, Lions :sight conservation -
'I lacerattd. Jerone for the Biltmore Hotel In
the fervent prayer of thankfulness and serertly .
chairman, who will make arrangements line the swivel hipped speed of the
that rose from this fair land Tuesday suffered a head injury cuts and I and Palm BeAch and already more
Connell Rodney
for corrective
morning after the danger had bruisfS. Garrett apparently escaped than 1300 have made reservations
of the of the children I Hueston-but up to noe'fry
eyes bruises. All cties in America. Mr.Segree .
with minor from various
the list.Edward I I parsed.j I I player hu been doing his job surprisingly -
. three of the men were held at the and his Glades commltttfl
A.I I I I well and what Is equally
A. Jensen Introduced hospital Tuesday night for x.ray are to bf In charge of the entfr-

C. Santo and Harry Fremd u new i j i South Bay Seeks I pictures and a more thorough examination (-continued-...on-page---2) tainment for the connntion and

club members. Luke Fraser announced morning. The to a most intereattng -
I: Water Plant Bids I Thursday are working present
that members of the Everglades I I truck was badly damaged accord. Doesn't Like Idea program.

; n&P'Cill present the I I Patrolman . -
1 :Ont'fdnt' a\'. Oct. 15, the Ing to state Highway Being Part Pahokee I
program and be the guests of the : Town of South Bay will receive W. R. Kaufman who investigated I.ulOsn) 1'\1.14 GIIMI::"
Lions at the luncheon meeting next I -
the accident. ; I
bids for construction of a new municipal -
A rumor hAs been flItting about
wtek. Visitors A. Howell
were Q. I Game schedules for the newly
water supply and distribution - .. . '
the village this week fn regard to
D. D CaudiU. Harold WUklnson.p I ,organized Glades Diamond Ban
P. deMoya Bill Boworth and system including cut iron C.\S.\L POINT PTA some one' idea of Incorporating League are nearing completion

main, valves, fittings, fire hy- Canal Point Into the municipality
Roy Cat of West Palm Beach. and league games art expected to
. drants, service meters elevated I The nut regular meeting of the of Pahokt't"o On nery street corn I i start soon according to Doruy

BRIDGErl'RO.CIIES tank, and a water treatment plant I PTA in CanAl Point will be held on er and in almost every assembled The
P u g b league managfr
REPAIRED to process water from Lake Okt't"-j Tuesday Oct. U, it hu been announced. group discussion could be beard League, sponsored by the Pah6kt'r

chobee.Si.'PPER, 'I' The program under the I' about the proposed plan. Lions Club, will be composed of

Approaches to bridges over the . direction of 1Irs. Clara Maurer Van Stuckey. extensive prop- from iii to nine tuna and games

canal on Pahoktt-Belle Glade high- PTPONED M;program chairman will consist of erty owner in Canal Point had the will be played at night on B.1tt-

way were repaired this week by The supper for the deacons, pastor I is film on "Youth in Crisis" and following to SAy about the proposal man Field. Bacom Point P.o&d. TbI'

county road fOfffS. Several loads and wives arranged for Jut la talk on the same topic by Rev.tit' : "If Incorporation Lt ntCU- new lighting system fffnUy installed .

of rock were hauled in to elM the Monday in Fellowship Hall at Pa- T. Blair of the Canal Point airy let' incorporate Carnal Point at Bateman'tli hu already -

approaches after the state road hoktf BAptist Church wu poItrcfd Methodist churth. AU membfn ot and stay away from any idea of been tested in several practice -

department had done some repair because cf the storm threat.Monday. the orp.nfution art urged to be having the ton Incorporated Into games during the put 10

work M tb bridrtJ. Oct. 21, 11 ttt new date L'1 attendance. the City cf Pahokee" yt.Esfablished .

Page Two The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, October 11, 1946
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Irs. B. Elliott of Pa1okee, was
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Continued from page 1 brought to his home this week John Fordl secretary of the Florida -
Established 1924 Published Every Frida,, as important, many of the reserves from a West Palm Beach hospital Farm Bureau with offices in
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance are practically as good as the first where he was treated for polio Orlando, spent Thursday in Paho-
string Yes, it's going to be hard Ronnie is recuperating exception-j kee where he was a guest of L. L.
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Poet Office to stop the Blue Devils this year ally well and doctors Stucke. chairman of the Florida
In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter. if Coach Alley can just keep that within a few more weeks he will b Vegetable Committee. The two
bug of overconfidence from biting "as good as new" At present he vegetable men attended to business

Paul Rardin Editor and Publisher his men. 13 taking it easy in an effort to pertaining to the vegetable deal
For the first minute or so in fully regain his health. II while Yr Ford was in Pahokee.
the Tech game Friday night looked
Ye Shall Know Them as if there was no way the Blue ___________ _u___ ___ __ --- - -.

By their greed ye have known them. We saw them buy Devils could stop Tech.s Halfback I I
up coffee until it spoiled back in the days when coffee was Pudgy Hay but they soon got his I:I I I II '
unrationed. 'Ve observed them fill their basements with number and it was seesaw battle I ,

sugar, their dresser drawers or closets with scarce cigarettes through the first quarter. Paho- i '

during the war. In recent months they have been buying up kee truck pay dirt jn the second kicked : White and Yellow
flour in large lots while the world is hungry. quarter when Geiger quick :
from the Tech 40 and the wu '
They too have gone into the black market they have held I
downed on the 5. From there Hay
goods off the markets, they have grabbed big war profits on took it back to the 11 and kicked i 1ux Pan :HI :

contracts, they have hijacked wages. They have balked at to his own 36 where it was snatched I ;
agreements that would give us peace. These are they who and carried back to the 32 by I :.
form the hosts of greed. These are they who make all goy Geiger. Dickson gained four )"ards I I I 'I If

ernment plans for reconversion difficult of successo These to the 28 from where Frank Gillis

are they who threaten the peace and happiness of the in a brilliant run through right
world's tomorrow. Verily, by their gred we have known, do guard carried the ball to the 5. :
know, and shall know them.-'Yinston-Salem (N. C.) Dickson plunged three yeards to I SEED CORN
Journal. the 2 and then across on his seconj f
try. Geiger kicked the point. The I I I
Blue Devils scored again in the : I
Chandler 'ViseCommissioner third quarter with the ball on their' . .
own 37 when Rodney Connell In a
of Baseball A: B. Chandler has set aside a : I
double reverse play skirted around
rule established by his predecs5or, Judge Kennesaw Mountain left end and behind excellent inter !H' Calwonder i
Landis, by which those who have interests in racing ference ran all the way down the !

could not participate in the ownership of baseball clubs. field for a touchdown. Geiger I II I,
There never was any excuse for the ruling. It showed a lack again kicked the extra point. Although -
of sportsmanship and constituted an unfair sideswipe of one Tech's Blue Blazers gained Neapolitan Pepper

great sport against another. Neither can profit at the expense a lot of yardage rushing they did-

of the other.Lexing (Kr.) Herald. n't possess the sustained power to NOW AVAILABLE
threaten Pahokee's goal line at anytime :
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tonight's game with the Wildcats -
Coach Alley says heill' Ij j I

Jf'JlY OUTisNCR(4" probably start James Latham, left INSECTICIDES
end: James Sims, left tackle: J. E.
rllt ( fAKE INfASflR Spooner, Ie f t guard: William

rHt __s Weathers, center: Bobby Baker,
rHAN __ right guard: Milton Salvatore,
right tackle: Harry Fremd, right

end: Wilbur Geiger, quarterback; KILGORE SEED CO. .
Rodney Connell and Frank Gillis, !
halfbacks: Thomas Dickson, full-
: I
back. The Pahokee High School
Band and a large number of fans .
will accompany the team to West BRED.RITE SEEDS I II I
\ Palm Beach I
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Pahokee Fla Phone 3201

and Mrs O. B McClure returned i ii i
to their home in Pahokee
Tuesday night after spending several 1 l lf
months with friends and relatives -
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in the western states. They
t ti
left Pahokee on May 17 and enjoyfd I
a leisurely trip to Colorado i

where IS flf'TESTIl TilE they fIRCt'IT started Jl'DICI.\L COURT their vacation CIRCUIT Of TilE, ;f i I Ii : Can Yon Imagine It H HFor i

So. 22,369 i the first time in five years, we now havq !
PlalntUf"I : ; a really satisfactory supply of gun shell ammunition '

ROBERT H.\ ADDISON- : ; on our shelves, both for shotgun and rifle :

vita NOTICE Defendant.TO APPEAR: I: use. Better get your supply before the hunting !
It Lt hereby ordered that you. Robert I: :
H. Addison whose matUng residence ai i season opens up.
particularly u is known to the platnUff I
is P_ O. Box 65. Nasau Bahama ,
Your Telephone Company is doing the largest this lilandJ cause, you are being required the defendant to appear 111 111 :
person or by attorney on the 28th day GOING TO BE COOL SOMEDAY
volume of business in its telephone
history, yet of October A. D. 1916. to the B111 ot :
Complaint filed against you In this
earnings are still declining rapidly. cause In the CIrcuit Court of the Fifteenth ; 'Ve have in stock now a limited number of Fuel
; Judicial Circuit In fond tor Palm
Beach County, Florida wherein Theresa Oil Heaters, just the thing to keep the home at
The reason is perfectly dear. Your telephone A. Addison is the plaintiff and the re-
Let sought being a decree of divorce ; right temperature during the cold snaps
rate has remained the same for many years )otherwl the aUtgatlons of said Bill of
Complaint will be taken u confessed : ; I
while the of
costs furnishing you telephone by Jon. It is hereby further ordered I .

service have increased. Wages, telephone materials that consecutive this notice weeks be In published the Everglades for four : : PROUD OF OUR BALCONIES : !
all have cewy a ne-spapr of general circulation '
building costs, services, been published In the County 'A'herrln this
going up so fast that- Court Witness is located my hand and seal of the The Belle Glade Cabinet Shop has done a swell :

CIrcuit COurt 111 ,and for Palm Beach job in providing Ug with much needed stock and
the amount 01 Paid Out to Count. Florida this 19th day of Sfptf'mbfor. -
money provide A. D. 19-16. at west Palm Beach, display room where you will find a large and modern -
service is increasing faster than nortc1a.
J. ALEX ARSEITE.AJ assortment of household utensils for most
the amount Taken In. Actually tde- Circuit Court Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal' every use in aluminum, copper, enamel and pyrex
phone earnings today are the lowest in By Th&ddtf P Plant.AJ .
Deputy Clerk wares
our history! F A Currtf' PlalntUf'a Attorney

Vest Sept Palm 21.Beach Oct Florida.'ub 4. 11 18. 19<14. \\'e have a few orders of galvanized field fence, :
As every business man knows, good service
.n-inch width. It's yours, if you want it. ;
depends on reasonable earnings. That is basic.

To render good telephone service and to continually I A new delivery of SPREAD, white \\"all Finish

improve and expand it. reasonable FOR SALE I Enamels in most colors. The women folk like it

for home beautification ,
telephone earnings are essential.
1 Section of I

Our public duty demands that we report these
facts to you







Friday, October 11, 1946 The Everglades ews, Canal Point, Florida Page Three
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'" porter, Connie MarshaIl. Peggy DeWitt Andrews, Harlan Sears, President Claude Shirley. The the failure of a handshake incurs

Moberg, treasurer, presented Har- Ray Hatton. Mrs. Mock, sponsor, Business Woman's Circle with Mrs.V for them a penalty in the form. of a

Life On The Campus lan Sears, junior das president, was present when needed. TilIis, President, will be in visit to a soda fountain..
with a check of $25.00 to start off -
of the
AT PAHOKEE HIGH SCHOOL charge supper arrange-
the year's acth'iUes Following The Juniors also wish to thank Canal Point Boys
ments. A special campaign to en-
the play pertaining to courtesy, the Seniors for continuing the cus-
Under the direction of Robt. O. the students went out on the foot- tom of presenting the class with roIl two hundred will begin this Organize 4-H Club

Lampi, Band Director, a Junior ball field for a successful pep a check for $25.00 to begin their Sunday.
and SenIor Glee club Is being organized meeting under the leadership of the year's activities. Peggy Moberg Thursday night, under the chair- Canal Point 4-H Club Boys organized -
this year Many students p H. S. chee-leaders. Treasurer, presented Harlan Sears, manship of C. R. 'Bud' Wroten, a last week and elected of-
are taking part, and promising re- Junior President, with the check at fish fry will be given, beginning at ficers to carry on business of the
six o'clock. The ladies will be the
sults are expected under such fine The drink, hot-dog, and Ice assembly. club. Milton Clinard was chosen
.... special guests. The 'Knights ofNeptune"
president and Harvey Pope vicepresident.
leaderShip.The cream stand, operated by the
Cowart boy, Young,
Junior class, went over with a Ray Hayes was named
Interest Increases Inllen's
Weaver, et aI, will assist in the
Red Cross Student Council bang at the football game last culinary department. All unaffili- secretary and Wiley Howell re-

held its second meeting Tues., Oct. Friday night. Bible Class ated men of this area are most porter.
1. DiscusSion began concerning an There was no trouble selling all cordially invited to attend. Regular meetings will be held
affair to Secure gifts for the Naval the goods on hand. Business man- With the season getting under This Sunday in Fellowship Hall, on the second Thursday afternoon
Hospital disabled veterans. A agers, fickle Johnson and Ray way in full, increase in interest the teacher Rev. C. A. Moberg will in each month and on the fourth
dance was scheduled for Saturday, Hatton reported that all the hot- and attendance is the note of joy discuss the lesson, "The Conver- ,'Thursday night there will be a
Oct, 12, at 8:00: p it in the school dogs were gone before the half, on the hearts of the members of sion of Paul." The Class Quartet night meeting.
gym. Various committees were and the drinks and Ice cream the Pahokee Men's Bible Class, H.L. will sing. The class meets at 9(5 I H. L. Speer, assistant county
appointed to take charge of the af- shortly thereafter A definite Jaudon, President A most in- and extends to all unaffiliates a agent, is dub leader and Roy Pope
fair. We hope to have a large shortage of drinks has occured, spiring and helpful meeting by the most cordial invitation. Messrs. AI is assistant leader. Projects will
number because the dance is for and anyone who can help relieve Membership Vice President Thur- Belcher and Homer Barnes will take In vegetables, poultry, calves
the benefit of the convalescent this, please notify one of the man- mond Knight and his group cap- serve as greeters this Sunday and and pigs.
tains the Messrs. W. J. Adams, C.
men .
agers.In A. Batchelor, E. J. Carlton, Ralph
. behalf of all our classmates,
Grimes, Elsworth Keen, J. R. Miller -
lv.purM Mj\LUVlNU\l.I M1YJl)IMI I 1M.I I 1M.IM l.PM.MDYP.\
A short play held the attention we the business managers, take Claude
Sr., H. G. McGouirk,
of high school students Friday in this opportunity to thank the foot-
Shirley, L. Whidden, Paul Watson,
assembly The program opened ball fans for your patronage and
C. 'Windy' Willis and Dave Young, Prince TheatrePahokee
with a flag salute and Bible reading assure you that we will do every- was conducted Monday night.

Mr. Caudill brought out the thing possible to supply you with Plans for a buffet supper one .
point that the highest honors be- these little extras which mean so night in November for the men and Florida
stowed upon a student was that much to the enjoyment of a game. boys were laid. The oldest and ,
of a senior officer. Harry Fremd, Working in shifts at the stand youngest fathers and the oldest
senior class president, introduced were: Sibyl Jensen, Eleanor Hum- and youngest boys will be recog- SundayIonday, October 13.14f.
the officers: Vice President, Ed phrey, Louise Hamilton, Patsy nized. An outstanding speaker is
Howell: Secretary, Betty Sears: Creel, Martha Scruggs, Helen being arranged for by Group Cap-
Treasurer, Peggy Moberg, and Re- ,Sterns, Doris Riddell, Elwood Dart :tain E. Keen and Fellowship Vice 1
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Page Four The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday, October 11, i

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1117ENER ROAST meat i11 the city's street lighting I
Fay Barfield Has
Chaplain Lively Carolyn Chaney entertained at I system that the Council authorized
Speaks To Scouts her home on Bacom Point Road the FP&L to intall 51 more of the I Birthday Party
bracket-type street lighb. !
with an outdoor part and wiener'
Chaplain A. J. Lively, rector of :roast Wednesday afternoon Guest3 Police Chief Altman Morgan Mr. and Irs. C. A, Barfield entertained
was authorized to raise the salaries recently at their home
Church of the Holy
the Episcopal I were Rita Abbott, Donna Jo'Spooner
Nativity, was guest speaker at a I' Lois Sullivan, Sara Jane I Mr. and Irs. Thomas Miller of of members of his police force to Canal Point with a dinner
meeting of Pahokee Boy Scout I! Baker, Donald Pickett Don Ad- i Pahokee announce the birth of a !I 5225 a month, the raises to be I II honoring their daughter, Miss
Troop 23 in the scout hut Thursday ams, Judy Knight, Elsie Stamps. I son at the Everglades Memorial made at the chief's discretion. i I Balfield, on her birthday
who receiving Oct. 9. Morgan, himself, was given :1 !! s311'
night. A man Eleanor Walker, Olin B. Williams Hospital on Wednesday
scout training in his youth, the and Thelma \'ann. ----- .... police chiefs expense allowance of :I Guests were Mr. and Irs.
speaker said, forever cherishes the $:>0 a month. The resignation of Iter Boatwrjght. Mr. and Irs.
memory of that training and it iJ --.. Iennen Given Old Officer J. W. Upthegro\"e from the E. Barfield, Mr. and Irs. J.
the continued interest of these men DEGREES i cOXnmtEDI City Hall To Move It police force was announced. I Bennett and son, Russell. Mr. .
through life in improved scouting W. J. Lurimore, justice of peace, : rrs. \'. D. Horne and son, L
techniques that makes the Boy I State Planter Degree and For several years ever since the was granted office space on the i Ir.s. Charles A Baker, Miss
Scout Handbook second only to the emblems were conferred on Bill new city hall was completed, the second floor of the city hall. The I Shackford and B. W. Wood.
Bible in total volumes sold yearly I I Elam, Harry Fremd, Edd Howell ; city has offered the old city hall street department was authorized ..
in the United States. I and Bill Justice at a meeting of I building free of charge to anyone to purchase a 165-gallon tar kettle
The troop made plans to send a I: the Pahokee Chapter, Future who was willing to move it from for use in street repairs. The Council Irs. Lee Rawls, Miss
sWImming team to the Boy Scout I FarmErs of America, held in the the city hall grounds to which it is took action to have the city assume Kahn and Mrs. W. A. Howell
swim meet at the Lake Worth Pahokee High School agriculture firmly anchored with a solid con- the expenses for lighting ; tended a style show in the .
12.I I building Tuesday night. Glades Diamond I of Kahn's and the 1\&J
Oct Bateman Field for
Casino on Saturdays crete foundation and floor. At the
The State Planter is the highest the next I stores at Tampa the first of
Scoutmaster Melvin Spovner announced City Council meeting Tuesday Ball League night games
15 and 20 FFA degree that can be awarded two months. i week.
that offer
night this was accepted by ,
to a high school student. To be-
members of his troop wilt be eligi- Charles W. Kennen who has 30
this an
eligible degree
ble to receive awards at the Court FFA boy must have completed !days in which to move the building --
of Honor to be conducted as part two full years of FFA work and and assumes all the expenses of I3rni
ot the Pahokee PTA program on cleared $300 or more on his individual I moving it. The building is now in D
Monday, Oct. H. FFA project During those use as a public library and as yet
.- two years he also must have a I, the council has made no provis- Protect Your Valuables
Mary Ball small daughter ofMrs. record of passing grades on all ions for moving the books to a new i
J. L. Hall, returned to her subjects studied at the high school. location. AND IMPORTANT PAPERS WITH ONE
home here Monday from Good Samaritan Plans were discussed for initiat- The 42 street lights installed by 0 OF OUR XEW HOME SAFES
Hospital, West Palm ing the FFA green hands into the the Florida Power and Light Com-

Beach where she spent several chapter. Edd Howell, treasurer, pany last month received such a 0 CHEST, Price __.......................... 532.86
days receiving treatment for blood gave a report on the chapter's fi- : favorable reaction from the public
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and made such distinct
poisoning I nances. : a improve-

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One hour fire protection . burglar relocking de-
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f Burglar re-ocking! device, one hour fire protection,
d single door, 24-in high weighs 3SS l lbs.

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October 11, 1946 The Everglade N'ew!, Canal Point, Florida Page P1ve
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Young Salvatore Is I troduced Young Salvatore to the
group of Rotarians at last wet'k's'
Student Rotarian meeting. He will be privileged to

take another member of the high
At last week's meeting of the school to each meeting he attend,
Pahokee Rotary club Milton Sal I according to the time-honored cus-
vatore was welcomed as the stu- tom.

dent member from Pahokee high ....
school for the present school 'ear.
Edwin C. Cowart, AMM 2.c.USX .
For many years it has been the I
custom of Rotary to welcome an who has been spending a
outstanding student fro m the 30-day leave with his parents, Mr.
senior class as a member of the :c and Irs. Repp3rd Cowart, and
v u 1 a A club for the school )'ear, The se- 'other relatives in Pahokee, left
lection of the student to be hon- The.sday to return to his ship the
ored i3 left to the faculty. D. D.Caudill USS Boxer which is tied up at
principal of the school, in- San Francisco, Calif.

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I : MANSION The executive mansion, as the official home of the governors of Florida ip {
fallaha-.t'f', is Int" of the finest examples of Gt'iOrgian-eclGnlal architecture in the entire South

Eleven Florida Governors Have I i

Occupied Mansion in Tallahassee ".)'Yl i UM M iM MlI iM 1M J.rIM 1M iYJl'W 1.W MI.W MI1.UI

For many years prior to Gov- mittee with authority to see that a I:Cary A. Hardee, 1921-1925; John I
ernor Napoleon Bonaparte Brow suitable building was built for the W. Martin, 1925-19; Doyle E. '
I ard'", administration, 1905-1909, home of future governors of F1or-: Carlton, 1929-1933; David ShoUz I
there had been discussion of providing ida. This committee, with powers II 1933-1931; Fred Cone, 193i-19U;; I

a suitable "go\'ernor's man- to obtain a sit, prepare plans, and I II Spessard Holland, 19U-19t5; and TRIANGLE
sion" in Tallahassee, but a for- I award contracts for the erection ofa Millard Caldwell, 1945.to date).
midable minority of c i ti i zen s governor's mansion, met on April Prior to the establishment of the RESTAURANT
frowned on what was then called 17, 1\06. The plans were prepared chief executive's mansion here, 2-1
"wasting the taxpayer's money" by H. J. Klutho, an architect of chief executives of Florida (includ-
In Canal Point
Florida acquired territorial sta- Jackson\'iII O. C. Parker of Tallahassee ing the days when Florida was 3
tw jn 1821, under General Jackson was awarded the contract trritory and not counting Gen
It entered the sisterhood of for the erection, in the amount of Andrew Jackson, governor of East I Serving Only the Finest Foods
state in 1315, but it sgo\'ernors $23,462, later scaled down to and West Florida, (U821-18221, had
had lived here, there, and every- $21,242. been on the loose in this city hunt- II Regular Meals & Short Orders

where, until 190i. i I The site selected, comprising a ing a suitable place to live in keep-
However, Governor Broward secured whole block of eight city lots, was ing with the dignity of their offici'
the appointment of a com- bounded on the north by First ave- When interviewed yesterday 0 JACK. PIIILLIPS, PROP
I nue on the east by Adams street, C Parker of Tallahassee who was
CHILLS I FEVER r r on the south by Bre\'ard avenue awarded the contract, said it --- - -
a:'and on the west by Du\.al street. take, considerably more than $80.-
DUE TO MALARIA I George W Saxson, at that tim 000 to erect the governor's mansion -
one of the leading bankers of this in light of present day costs.
RELIEVED city, contributed four of the lots Thus, after 40 years of service to Tj
BY4C. 666 free of charge. the state as a residence for flor- j
Early in January, 190i, Gover- ida's chief executives, it is unani-
>u nor Broward moved his family to mously believed, that the taxpayer's -' STUCKEY
.. r the new mansion. Since that date, money was not wasted. I,
the mansion has been used by the Today, the governor' mansion is ,
following governors: A. W. Gil- a "must see" on the intinerary of ,
WEST PALM BEACH christ 1909-1913; Park Trammell, every visitor to the state who Fertilizer Works
b1on.. Tues. & Wed. BELLE GLADE 1913.191i: S. J. Catts, 1911-1921; passes through Tallahassee.

Thurs., FrL S 3at. "

DR. L. S. JONES Business Circle .. Manufacturers of

Phone Suite 3650 301.)2 West Com Palm au Bldg.Beach, Fla. To Send Gift Boxes Classified Ads
High Quality Distributable

The Business Woman's Circle.
First Baptist WMU, voted to send SEPTIC tanks and grease traps I Fertilizers and Superior
gift boxes to the Baptist Children's cleaned and repaired. Phone I
home in Arcadia and to the negro 3872, Bob Douthit, Pahokee. 117c I Poison Bait
Prince Theatre project in Tallahassee at a meeting I
held Tuesday night at the home of FOR SALE: Fine display of New
Irs. Wile)' Till s. Irs. C. B. and reconditioned trailers. Small Now In Position To Serve YouPhone
Pahokee Florida Starling was elected publicity down payment balance like rtnt.
chairman of the circle and the elec- We have three lots and carry a

reek or October 13th tion of Mrs. C. 1. Shirley as gen- Seventy-fi\'e thousand doll a r 9
eral secretary of the local U stock, we surely can solve your
.... was announced. hawing problem. Arthur Trailer 4201 in Pahokee
The group chose hLet Us Now Sales, East main St. Pahokee.
theme for Open from 10 a. m. 4o 9 p. m.
Build" the
Tues.- '\red.i Prepare to a.g Sunda .. tfch
the year and "World Investments daily including )
"The Postman Always,for Southern Baptists," the topic f FOR SALE: Furnished h 0 us f /
for the month. Irs. R. S. Douthit
ready to move into, close in,
Rings T'ice"una was in charge of the Bible study at i price reasonable. Some good buys

the meeting. Others taking part : in business rt ', Call Dan
prope )
Turner, John Garfield in the program were Irs. W. 11. I Carpenter, Pahokt 2571. StS21c !
DuBose Mrs. Homer Barnes, Mrs. I
I> .. C. A. Moberg, 1Ir H. L. Speer i WANTED: : Boys or girls over 18 I A Servant of the Glades
Irs. Ralph Grimes and Irs. Mar- for positions at Prince tht"atre.
Thu 's- Fri. vin Unwin.Mrs. ,Call in person at theatre in Pa- I

Othan Gilbert retiring circle hoket' Oct11chn.oOJt I
"Little Giant" chairman WM presented with a To Miami I
in behalf lXEIt wanted for 4 Buses
gift by Irs. Horace Um\in -
Abbott and Costello of the group. trs. Seth Rob. Prince Theatre in Pahokee Ap- To West Palm Heath
erts trs. M. Um\in and Mrs.DuBose . ply m person at the theatre. OllcI'OR !
Daily To Ft & l.al.elandi
assisted Irs. Thus in the Myers
RENT: Suitable for gentleman i
1 serving of rtfreshmtnli. The next
only. Upstairs bedroom and :
Double Feature at the home ofMrs.
mt'etinill be
living room, modern conveniences,

Saturday James Harry...Wilkinson, Jr.Mr. .:Sf'Ction walking distance Second to house town off business Canal I' i Glades Motor Lines, Inc. I Iu

T. E. Hollings-I
and Mrs.
Point rand on Barfield highway. I
worth and son have moved from
"Vigilantes of Dodge SERVING THE GLADES"Friday
Arcadia to Pahoktt where Mr. remU:: Two-wheel trailer all
City" llintlworth i 14 employed at the metal box construction .l'x7"

I City Ire and Fuel ('ompa"y plant with flub tai1. ate, good tires.1ton .
u\\' Jt1" Bill Elliott, Bobby I on Belle Glade ROAd. capari.tj'. angle-iron trailer

Blake i ... I hitch. See Re\ \\'. T. Blatr. Methodist -

John A Pulant and Roy eirt'f'cf'ot't ParsonagE' Canal Point. ltp
the first of the week in : <
\\ iii"i TtU: for new yard
Jal'bormllt on bust:1t'u
Seandalous" ; --.. -.-. unit dra lir.t. R W. 511S. Pa.hokH sr i
i Hotel, Pahokee. Fla. NSpd
Mr. and Mrs. Garland Chanev :
Fred Brady, Sheila Ryan
and daughter have returned to Nlal' lIor t: for sal: Five rooms
\\llter Catlett I
their home hue from Henderson- with bat and two glau -m

__.u __ __ ___ __ Mile, N. C., where they spent the : lurches on lot .5x210. $1500. I abent .
su.onmer. j \\' Cox. Belle! Gl1 road Up :

Page Six The E\'erglades News. Canal Point, Florida Friday, October 11, 1946UWWUWJWUflJflMJ


it, and after a series of scenes' rich Rev. Blair Announces i elected at the next meeting. The II our plans for the future are decided -

Cinematic Chatter with laughs, succeeds in winning 'minister will furnish transportation upon.
both the champaign and Olivia. His Sermon Topic for aU children not living in the I The Building Committee will

By Malcolm Millar You see, Olivia wanted the -- vicinity of the Methodist parsonage meet at the parsonage at 1:30 P.M. .

" champaigne to celebrate the home- The sermon by the Rev. William where the meetings are held. I on Thursday October 11 to dis-

Ray Milland, winner of the Aca- coming of her fiance Tufts, after T. Blair at the Morning Worship. A very important meeting of the I cuss further our proposed additions -

demy ward for the best male per- he had spent two years on the Sunday School Board will be held I to our church buildings.
Service of the Canal Point Methodist . .
formance of 19t5, adds the 48th Aleutians. at the parsonage on Wednesday,
star to his flag of stellar screen Heading the supporting cast is Churchill be "The Peace of October 16. at 1:30 P. M. AU 1 Mr and Mrs. J. C. Walker and

roles as a dashing Naval lieutenant -' the ever popular James Gleason Bedtime Prayer" The service will teachers officers and those who ;I daughter Barbara have returned

in hilarious comedy-romance, i cast as MiUand's stem superior of- start at 11 AM being preceded by would like to teach are urged to to their home in Okeechobee aft{.

'The WeD Groomed Bride", which I ficer, Constance Dowling, beauti- the Sunday School sessions under be preeent at this meeting in which a visit with relatives here.
of Mr. N. V. Maxson I
the direction
comes to the Prince Theatre, Sun- ful and blonde, and clever Percy ,

day-Monday, October, 13-14t. Kilbride, who has much to do with Superintendent.In --

The piece stars Olivia DeHavlI- the events of the picture.I the evening service at 1:30. AMr4faas.I

land, who Is resuming her screen see some very fine short sub- the minister will begin a series of

career after two years absence, jects to go with this delightful sermons on 'Triumphant Certain- From where I sit'
and Ray Milland and Sonny Tufts, comedy and of course we will go ties". This series is planned to ..JyJoe Marsh

and it is reported that this bone around the world with the interest- help the layman, In his own

of the laughingest shows that has ing Newsreel of the week. language, find the answer to many

been brought to the screen In some See you at the movies-Mal. of the perplexing problems of
time. -. Christian living in this day of con- :, Are Returning Veterans

tinued search for the foundations
The picture tells a riotous tale CHURCH WORSHIP PROGRAM
of the antics of Milland, Tufts and of our faith. The topics in the or- t < "Different"?
der in which they will be presented
Olivia as they scramble for possession -
Sunday night at 1:30 the
pastor -
are: "You Can Stake Your Life On
of the last remaining of the First Baptist Church of i This!", "You Can Fee the During the war JOG heard a lot same. Nothing more ntiting than.
in San '
quart bottles of champaigne 'Pahokee, will preach as a follow up Strength of Prayer", "You Can about bow bard it was going to be fishing St-Ird' creek or pitch \

Francisco, which Milland has strict for of the special series just concluded, Find the Gift of Gi\'ing'" "Yo for returning veterans to get adine horseshoes . enjoying In'
orders to to captain
a sermon on "Why Southern Bap- Can Know the Drive of Devotion", justed to civilian life . how outdoor barbtcu with friendly
the christening of a ship. tists are not affiliated with The holesome beer and talk.
"different. pleasant
otITruth' be
to "You Can See the Triumph they'd
Iilland stops at nothing get Federal Council of Churches." The
( "You Can Share the Joy Well plenty of them ha'ree If tbey've chang at all it's in'
believe the and rule of ,
pastor day
NOTICE OF APPUC.\TIO FOR the Anti-Christ is not too far dist- of the Lord" They will be presented turned to our town, and a finer, the direction of maturity and tol-
TAX DEED on the next six consecutive erance.tolerance ever)1hing
House Bill So. 18& ant. His work will be that of dic- eteadier bunch you couldn't ask
NOTICE Is hereby given that William tating world Sunday eveningsThe f"r. Most of them are back at the except dictators and those who
policies, economic
Sa11sten the holder ot the following regular meetings of the
certificate has riled said certificate for education, religion, etc. World will same jobs . going with the would destroy our democratic
a tax deed to bt' Issued tht'reon. The I Methodist Youth Fellowship ( Principles of live and let li\.e. And
nirt' home-town girls gft-
thinking by worldly people is the same
certificate number and year ot Issuance be resumed on Monday evening at
the description ot the property order of the day. 1:00. The last meeting was can- ling married, some of them, and from where I sit that's another ,
and the name in v.'hich it was assessed to be proud of them.
The musical of families . renewing reason
family )
some setting
Is as follows: Certificate No. 1054. Year celled because of the uncertainty up
ot Issuance June 1. I. D. 1944. fifty choir orchestra
and quartet of the weather. the fame old friendships.

Lots Description 16 to 19 ot Inclusive Property: Block 19 will augment the "IlJuminated The Junior Fellowship for all Even their amusements are the -e qtw
North Palm Beach Plat No. 1 118 Cross Meditation Sing:' At the toys and girls from 8 to' 12 will <<
in Plat Book 6 Page 30 Sections 3
and 4. Township 43 South Range morning: hour of eleven, the pastor be held each Friday afternoon at

43 East; Name in v.'blch assessed: will preach on loBe of good cheer, 3:00.: Officers of the group will be C'T'Yri,r.:, 1Q:6. l"rkltJ $lal1 Creven Fousdfatio"
Edward Harris. it is I" The Ladies Quartet will I
All ot said property being in the
County ot Palm Beach State ot Florl Unless such certificate shall bt' re-
announce that in the
deemed according to law the property very near
described in such certificate will bt' future he will present a series of
sold to the highest bidder at the Court
Bible studies, "Rightly Dividing
House door on the first Monday In the I ?
month ot November 1946. which 15 the the Word of Truth'" with the aid %
4th day ot November. 1946. of
a chart five feet high and
Dated this 28th day ot September,
1946. eighteen feet long. These talks

J. AUoX ARNETTE. will be given on Wednesdays andSunda.s.
(Circuit Court Seal)
CItric ot the Circuit Court .
ot Palm Beach County . .
Pub: Oct. 4, 11, 18, 25, & Nov 1, 1946. Belle Glade Fire ,

Notice 15 NOTICE given hereby OF SUE that in and by Dept Puts On Show %%

virtue ot execution issued by the Cir-
cult Court ot Palm Beach County
Florida dated 11 day ot July 1940. A demonstration of fire fighting
J. F. Pttty Judgement
against upon a
tn the case ot J. F. Petty plaintiff Vii. and rescue work was staged Sun- < L (;Q
Bonnie Petty defendant being case day afternoon by the members of
no. 14.1111 therein in the principal sum kt)11 HERE'S ;
the Belle Glade Volunteer Fire
of Four Hundred Dollars, $400,00)), with II OH f s j .
interest costs and tees to be added. Department. The drill which was jN0 p
thereto, that I. John F. Kirk as Sheriff :
held north of the in the
ot Palm Beach County Florida, have just bridge
levied same on an undivided one-halt center of town, was directed by !
Interest owned by the said J. F. Petty -
E. who made
In the following described lands located Chief Lawrence Will
in Palm Beach County Florida to-wit: a talk on fire prevention and an- .
Lots n, 18. 19 & 20 in Block 141 in
nounced the features and explained .
the Townsite ot Lucerne accordng to ,
The Palm Beach Farms Company Plat the e\01ution9.
No. 2. recorded in Plat Boot No.2.
A line of hose was laid by the
pages 29 to 40. in the office ot the
Circuit Court ot Palm Beach County, pumper truck to a fire plug and
Florida; and that I will offer the aforesaid -
various solid and fog hose stream
' Interest ot the said J, F. Pttty in
and to the aforesaid' lands for sale to dt'monstrated. A length of hose
the highest bidder for cash before the
burst under
which was made to
west front door ot the Palm Beach
County Court House in West Palm pre.,sure was replaced. Several
Beach Florida during the legal hours methods of rescuing from
ot sale. on the 4th day ot November A. persons
D. 1946. an upper floor were shown as wen
This 2nd day ot October A. D. 1946. with artificial
as reviving a
JOHN P. KIRK As Sheriff
ot Palm Beach County, respiration.A .
Florida large crowd attended and
By John McKtncrick
Deputy Sheriff stayed to the end in spite of a light
Pub: Oct, 4. 11, 18. 25. 19-46 shower of rain. 'i1to4t

The firemen participating were everything we buy lodoy-tosts more. The things we eat. or wear OI'.se hove

Asst. Chief Bob Bair, Capt. Chas. token a steady upward climb. But the picture is not alto ether dark and gloomy. Floridians can
Cappo Lt. Jack Rashley, S. H. De-
DmJIT'S find genuine satisfaction in one important commodity that has ACTUAllY DECREASED IN COST-
lonas, Broward Allen, Howard
Bair, Floyd Ashley, ickie Paff even as .rvice has increased. Greyhound fares are less than half they were 16 years ago I

11. 11. Pugh, Wilbur O'Hara Carl This, we believe, in the face of all rising costs, is a standout achievement look at these",

: STRANGE THAT Dean, Chu. Gr'er, E. Kenneth com .orotive forts below-it's something pleasant and refreshing to think abaut., '
MONtY IS CAlllD Delonas, Marvin Copeland and

'DOUGN.'D000NS71CXS Fred Osle.
This demonstration was the beginning -
TO YOl/R FINCERS/ 74e4eevte4
\ of the> Fire prevention ed

Week program being conducted by

the fire fi httrs. tt will be fol-
1930 FARES 1946 FARES
lowed up by inspections and talks

to the schools by Chief Will and Jacksonville.Miami . ; . . $11.50 Jacksonville-Miami. $S.30
4r Assistant Chief Hair and distribution -

of fire prevention literature.Mr. Jac sonville.Tampa . . . 6.00 Jacksonville-Tampa. . . 3.25

;, h 1 .,: !l .- Wes Palm Beach.Miomi . . 2.25 West Palm Beach-Miami . 1.'S

and Irs. I. E. Jaudon have Tbmpa-Miami . . . . 9.00 Tampa-Miami. . . . 4.30Tampo.Laeland
returned to Tampa after a visit
Ip5V 1.15 takelrnd . . . .60
with his brothtr-in.l3w and sister . . . . Tampa-

Mr. and Irs. Wiley Tillis in Pa- Orlando-N.iami. . . . . 8.60 Orlando-Miami. . . . 3.80

hoktt'1 Orlando-Jachonville . . . 5.25 Orlando-Jacksonville. . . 3.40
> -- West Palm Beach-Jacksonville . 9.25 West Palm Beach-Jacksonville 4,40

I.\X\, 'PETERSBURG TOCIt1STSST. It first Daylong Beach.Miami; . . . 8.40 Daytona Beach-Miami . . 3.90

Your "dough" won't stick day registration of tourists for UtIP Tcmpa.St. Petersburg w-' .____ 1.00 Tampa-St. Petersburg ._'_'-; .45.

6 season at St. Petersburg is
to your finger if :1 fire,
any indication it ought to be a bin

theft or accident occur. one for the Chamber of Commerce a CARTER-GEIGER DRUG STORE

reports 123 for the first day of the
unless you were properly
r.e\\- season this year against 6S a
Phone 3921 Canal Point Fla
covered by insurance year ago. ,

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T'f.'tnt-fiVt' of the nation's load.ing -
railroads are represented in GREYHOUNDlINES

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Friday, October 11, 1946 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Page Sevea

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The PowerCo.Has2Way Classical League Rotary Governor MRS HAMILTON HONORED I MEETING
Irs. M. I. Keen and Mrs. H. e. Mrs. Ralph Grimes, leader, presented -
Chapter Is Formed ,risits 'Pahokee Club Graham entertained Monday night a program on "Investments

Radio Phone with a "get acquainted" party, Around the World" at a meeting
A Pahokee chapter of the Junior Al Geiger of St. Petersburg Ro- honoring Mr and Mrs. I. E. Hamil- of the Girls Auxiliary, Pahokee

Classical League was organized tary district governor, paid his of- ton who recently moved from Belle First Baptist Church, in the fellowship -

System Operating Tuesday evening at the Pahokee ficial visit to Pahokee Rotarians Glade to Pahokee. Mr. Hamilton : hall Friday night. Joan Ha-

High School by members of Latin at their luncheon meeting Thurs is agent at the Pahokee-Canal did gave the Scripture reading.

I and II classes. day of last week. Introduced by Point FEe station. : Others taking part were Bobbie
With its
new two-way radio tel-
Mrs. Phara Mock, faculty spon- P. P. deMoya, club president, the Guests were Mr. and Mrs. H. J. 'Ioberg, W'neJl Gillis, Mabel Mul-
phone system in operation the sor, spoke briefly of the history guest of honor spoke on the wide- Anderson, Mr and Irs. A. e. Lib : lis, Stella Sue Barnes, Elsie

Glades District of the Florida and organization of the National spread influence of Rotary, explaining hart, Mr and Mrs. Duncan Pad- I Stamps, Ann McCoy, Lois Sullivan,

Power and Light Company was all Junior Classical League which began how the work of Rotary gett, Mr and Mrs. 0 D. Carpenter, : Ina Fay Wade and Begetta Wade.

Ed for the efficient handling of In 1936 with the aim of de- originating in the smallest com- Mr and Mrs. Norman Kennedy, -.... -

Monday as the veloping a general awareness of munity spreads good will throughout Rev and Mrs. C. T. Howes, Mrs. I Miss Jacqueline Henry of West
emergency our debt to Rome in the fields of the world and promotes har- J M. Elliott, H. e Graham, Mrs I
West Caribbean hurricane approached art, architecture: language, litera- mony in international relations. Parker and Mr, and Mrs. Hamil- I Palm Beach visited friends in Pa-

the mainland of Florida. ture, law and government.Ona Milton Salvatore, senior and ton. I hokee the past week.

Luckily the velocity of the winds Humphri was elected member of the Blue Devil football

was much less than anticipated president of the Pahokee JCL eleven at the Pahokee High School I .
chapter Other officers chosen was introduced as student member I
and there was a flicker of interruption -
were Connie Marshall, vice presi- of the club for the current school I II I
in the j
company's ser BERRY FUNERAL HOME
\ice. dent: Dellona Jones, secretary; year.
Dorothy Chastain, treasurer; Following the luncheon the ex- I i
The FP&L's radio telephone sy-
Louise Hamilton, reporter David ecutive committee met with District -
tem, put into operation last week, ; j jI
Ramey, alternate. Governor Geiger at which Ambulance Service i
was originally installed for use in
The new president instructed the time standing committee chair- I.I ;
but the

has granted the company government permisI I I dents secretary and to invite contact them all to Latin join stu-the men during gave the reports past year of club and activities outliner Pahokee Ph 2301 Belle Glade Ph 247 1 I ,:
lion to use it for
, dispatching serVice -
chapter. A special committee work plans for the coming year.It .
instructions, and results in II
meeting will be called to schedule was revealed in these reports I
tepping the efficiency and
chapter meetings, outline future that the Pahokee Rotary Club noW
of local service have
speed more
programs, activities and projects. has a membership of 49.Woman's .
than come up to expectations, ac- League membership emblems will . .
cording to P. P. deMoya, Glades
be ordered Oct. 18 from the JCL PIANOS JEWELRY MUSIC
district manager. Club Drops
national headquarters, Vanderbilt
The central broadcasting and re-
University, Nashville, Tenn. Delinquent Members
ceiving station, WDOX, LCJ located ... J. W R ASH LEY
in the Pahokee offices. The 250-
watt transmitter has proved pow- Golden Delivers Plane All delinquent members of the JEWELER Belle Glade, Fla.

erful enough not only to cover the To Thomas Elliott Pahokre Woman's Club were dropped -
club's active
from the mem-
entire Glades district but also to
at a business meeting
communicate with the company s Bill Golden of the Glades Avia-
other radio-telephone systems in tion company in Pahokee this Tuesday night in the clubhouse

the state. The 155.foot sending week brought in for deliver to with the president Irs. Leon

antenna is located across the high- Thomas Elliott a new Aeronca Spooner, presiding. Those drop-

way from the station and the 85- Chief. Mr. Golden brought the ped from the membership roll will I ,
be reinstated, however, upon pay- '
foot receiving antenna is located plane in Wednesday afternoon and
near the Pahokee State Farmers' delivery was made the next day. ment of back dues, it was an- ; Trees Vines Shrubs Citrus I

1larket. Glades service trucks are Mr. Elliott has been flying for nounced.

equipped with two-way radio telephones quite a while. Named on a special committee of all sizes and varieties for
.which enable service men ... to make arrangements for a mem-
Mrs. Orin Bacon your Selection.LANDSCAPING.
to keep in constant communication Miss Margaret Anderson, daughter bership drive were
both with one another and with the of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Anderson Mrs. A. E. Morgan, Mrs. y L.

station while in the field thus expediting of Pahokee, has accepted an Geiger and Irs. G. M. Belk. The :

the response to emergence Invitation to play the clarinet in group voted to.have a "Woman'5Club" as you like it. 'Ve are organized and equipped to do '
service calls. the Peabody College Band, Nash- sign placed on the
a thorough job from plans to completion of planting.As .
of the clubhouse for identification
To date three employees at the ville, Tenn. Miss Anderson received -
Pahokee office have received 11- her musical training in the purposes I
ceases to operate the station. They. Pahokee High School Band under It was announced that a club. always, -you are I :,

are Mr. ddfoya, W. H. Acrle and the direction of Bandmaster Rob- project for the coming year will welcome at our t i !
Mrs. Inez Reeve. I ert O. Lampl. be chosen at the next bUSineSS ]
meeting, Nov. 12. Irs. Ora W. ,
NURSERIES: 1100 Southern Boulevard (Route No. 23 at I I
-- -- --- -- - --- - - Powell and her publicity committee -
-- and City Limits), West Palm Beach, Florida : !
will act as hostesses mem- i
I '
bers of the international committee ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO i i'i
will present the program at i iI

the Oct. 22nd social meeting. I


Garrett Peters


PILE DRIVING LUMBER Miss Myrtle Peters, daughter of a
Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Peters of De-
Whatever Your Plumbing Needs
CONCRETE BLOCKS .. CEMENT Funiak Springs, and Dalton H.
Garrett, son of Mrs E. L. Garrett
of Pahokee married at the 0 Phone J. Lee Taylor 550PAHOKEE
Phone Our Main Office . .Belle Glade 25 were
home of Judge Carl M. Crueger In

Stuart Fla., on Tuesday evening, 0
Oct. 1. The vows were read by

Judge Crueger in the presence or Installations & Repairs

friends of the couple. Mr. and Mrs
At our sto e'e have samples info
J. Bruner were attendant3. W'e install the kind of sanitary systems that pro-

Stock of Nationally Famous The bride wore a blue crepe tect your health and give many years of trouble-

dress with white accessories. She free service, using only the best of materials and
is a graduate of DeFuniak Spring fixtures
High School and is now employed

as manager of the Western Union
I FLOOR COVERING office in Stuart.

I.. Mr. Garrett received his educa-

Venetian Blinds made to order in wood or tion in Sarasota. During the war t
he was in the Army four years in- -- -
metl1. Estimates Cheerfully Gi\.en. cluding 36 months of overseas duty

in the Pacific. He was awarded : : Authorized Dealers . .

Window and Bathroom Curtains and Shade andS a Bronze Star Medal for heroic
action in the Battle ot Cabanatuan,
I Linoleum Rugs, Gx9 and 4xG. Used Dressers, Luzon, PH At present he b also WISCONSIN AIR COOLEn ENGINES I
I Mattresses md Hot Water Heater5.I I employed in Stuart where the
couple plan to make their home
I -- .a.
fO\'tntn 1a inch to 2 inch
The XEr pourABLE SS'ELIER Enab'lin us to
The older Young People's Union
I of the First Baptist Church of Pa- do any kind of Steel Construction at any place

Glades hokte will engage in a covered dish
Appliance 'dinner Sunday. following the I Manufa rerg or

i preaching enice. The Baptist IRRIGATION D Ult\IXAGE PUMPS

I Fellowship Hall will be the scene II Y 1)(1.,lrr IC MOLE IR:\INS '

: Corporation 'of the \'tnt. Jamt's Harry Wilkinson. 'EED CHOPPEUS

i Jr the newly elected President -

I wall preside over the business WE tXl'FACTunE'EnYTIIIXG 111.\1"5
Office at Terminal in Belle Glade
I mttttnl A name for the unIOn I II MADE OUT OF IRON ron USE IX

: Furniture Store in Horte Block will bt diS'usstd. The roster of I I II TilE GLADES
I officers wall be made "omplttt

STORE PHONE 321 Mrs J H. Wilkinson was appointed "

chairman of Ue arrangements Canal Point Machine Works
Belle Glade Fla.
i I cOOlmltte }:n. C. B. Starling

i sad Mrs Charles Hull will assist. CANAL POINT PHONE 531 P. O. BOX 466
All i.1 this age group are moet .j
eordialty! invited to atttnd.
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Eight The Everglades Peas, Canal'Point, Florida Friday. October 11. 1946

Legion Okehs Plan --1 1 strength and gladness are in his secretary and Betty Ensinger of I at the Everglades Memorial Hos-
place" (I Chron. 16:8,10.21)). Lake Harbor, treasurer. IYF rep- pital the past week.Mr. .
For Service Officers I The Lesson-Sermon also includes resentatives from Canal Point Pa- and Irs. R. F. Hurt attended -
the following passage from the hokee, Belle Glade, and Cake Har- the Florida State Ice Associa-
Members of .Fred and Percy Christian Science textbook, "Sci tor were present at the meeting. tion Convention in Miami on Tuesday -
Mansfield Post 90. American Legion ence and Health with Key to the Guest speak was Rev. William the highlight of the convention -

at a meeting in the Pahoke I:Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy: T. Blair, pastor of the Canal Point Robert" Bot", small son of Mr. being the banquet held in the
Woman's Club building Monday I"There is neither a present nor an :Methodist Church, who gave a talk : Columbus Hotel dining room T1tes-
eternal between I and :Mrs. Hugo Bee, was the house :
copartnership error -
night passed a resolution approv- cn "To Serve the Present Age. Asa day evening.
and Truth, between flesh and guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. :
ing the ,new proposed budget for project the group decided to Ramey Davey Jones of Arcadia is the
the Palm Beach County Veterans Spirit. God is as incapable of pro- raise funds to assist in the construction I' the past week while his mother ; house guest of his uncle and aunt,

Service which was submitted re- He ducing is of sin experiencing sickness and these death errors.a9 of the proposed MYF rec- : and baby orother William Kent I II Mr. and Mrs. Claude S. Jones, in
cently to the County Commission reation camp which is to be loca- were at the Everglades Memorial Pahokee this week.J. .
How then is it possible for Him to
by the Veterans Service Commit- ted near Leesburg, Fla. Hospital. Mrs. Bot", William Kent T. Fuqua returned this week
create man subject to this trait oferrorsMan I
After the meeting an hour of and Robert all returned to their from a business trip to New York
tee.In who is made in the
the new budget provisions social entertainment was 'enjo'ed I i I home on Canal Point Road Mon- Cit)'.
divine likeness" (p. 356:11-23)) ? I i 'I
were made for the establishment of --.. --- in the recreation hall Folk games day evening. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hurt had
another Veterans Service office in were played and refreshments Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cruthirds as a guest over the weekend her
the Glades area, either at Belle Second Unit Of were served by Joy Field and her had as a guest over the weekend I sister Miss June Norris of Belle

Glade or South Bay, the only VS committee. her brother Willis Smith, former Glade
Church Is Started
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office now in operation in this sec- Pahokee resident now living in ---
tion being at Pahokee. The bud- Okeechobee
Pahokee Baptists witnessed with Peggy Ann l\loberg Sidewalks Cleared
get also call for the appointment Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Bell TaU-
of a negro Veterans Service field much joy the beginning ot the Has Birthday Party adega, Ala., spent last weekend By Pahokee Workmen
building of the second unit of the
officer to serve negro veterans In visiting Mrs. Bell's brother-in-Ia\\
the entire western part of the threefold program namely, Fellowship :Miss Peggy Ann oberg was re- and sister, Mr, and Mrs. Seth Workmen are busy this week in
Hall which was just recently Pahokee clearing weeds from the
county Adjutant Claude S. Jones cently the overnight guest of Miss Roberts. They were accompanied
completed the educational build- sidewalks and making the walkways -
was instructed send a copy of Joan Wilson at her home In hon- to Pahokee by Mrs. Mary Mc-
ing and the church auditorium. accessible to pedestrains.
the budget approving resolution .When completed with the addition or of her seventeenth birthday, a Arthur, mother of Mrs. Bell and During the rainy season it was al-
to the County Commission.It of a second floor to Fellowship few friends with Miss Wilson en- Mrs. Roberts, who will make her most impossible for workmen to
was announced that Post 90 tertained her. A spaghetti din- home here with the Roberts
Hall when eight hundred
necessary keep up with the growth ot weeds
is the ner was served during which she through the winter
sponsoring negro boxing persons will be accomo- season. and grass, according to Street
matches being held every Tuesday dated. was presented with a piece of Mr. and Mrs. W, H. Abling of Supt. Marvin Cowart, under whose

night in Pahokee colored town. The building committee is com- silver for her set. Those completing Cincinnati, Ohio, have arrived to direction the work is being done
Commander Edward A. Jensen pre- prised of the Messrs. H. L. Jaudon, the dinner party were the spend the fall and winter season this week. He stated that an ef-
sided at the business. chairman; H. L. Speer, H. Unwin, Misses Blanche Stevens and Joan with their son and daughter-in'la. fort is being made to get the walks
....- T B. Wilson \V. Tillis, E. Keen Mclarty, Ray Hawk and Harlan Mr. and trs. Glen Abling. cleared and keep them that way in
dirndl OF CHRIST and C. A. Batchelor. The Sunday Sears. Irs. Willie Kemp was a patient the future.
SCIENTIST School enrollment is over the four .
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"ARE SIN, DISEASE, AND hundred mark with more than one
DEATH REAL?" is the subject of hundred in the Training Union
the Lesson-Sermon which will be O. Gilbert, Supt and Mrs. \V. M. r- ,

read in Churches ot Christ, Scientist DuBose, Director respectfull
. .
throughout the world on .
Sunday, October 13 Donald Padgett Is 6. ,
The Golden Text is: 'In the way
of righteousness is life; and in the Head Of Youth Group

pathway thereof there is no death"Prov. '
Donald of Pahokee
Padgett was
( 12:28): ).
elected of the Lake Okee-
Among the citations which com-
chobee Sub-District of the Meth-
prise the Lesson-Sermon is the fol-
from the Bible 'Give odist Youth Fellowship at a meet-
lowing :
thanks unto the Lord, call upon his ing held Thursday night in the Pa-
name, make known his deeds hokee Methodist Church. Other ,
officers elected for the newly re- i
among the people Glory ye in his
holy name: let the heart pf them organized subdistrict were Elwood
rejoice that seek the Lord. Glory Dart of Canal Point, vice presi-
, and honour are in his presence: dent: Louise Emory of Belle Glade, l
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Having been led, as we believe, by the Spirit of

God, to receive the Lord Jesus Christ as our

Saviour, and on the profession of our faith, having
been baptized in the name of the father, and of

the Son, and of the Holy Ghost, we do now, in the ,

presence of God; angels and this assembly, most

solemnly and joyfully enter into covenant with I

one another, as one body in Christ.

1Ve engage, therefore, by the aid of the Holy
Spirit, to walk together in Christian love; to strive

for the advancement of this Church, in knowledge,

Holiness and comfort ; to promote its prosperity .

and spirituality ; to sustain its worship, ordinances -

discipline and doctrines; to contribute
cheerfully and regularly to the support or the .' It would be &47 to stretch it! But we all know

ministry, the expenses of the Church, the relief that even in this age of electronic miracles, there

of the poor, and the spread of the gospel through MUST be wire before there can be electric service

all nations I in your home

We also engage to maintain family and secret 2.378,970 pound of the 4,689,570 pwndl ofI .

devotions ; to religiously educate our children : to essential coypu wire ordered by Florida Power &

seek the salvation of our kindred and acquaintances Light Company are still undelivered Just as lOOn as

; to walk circumspectly in the world ; to be we can get additional supplies of copper vice and

just in our dealings, faithful in our engagements, other critical materials, the more than 2000 memo

and exemplary in our deportment : to avoid all hers of our orgaD1utJon will make good their pledge
tattling backbiting and excessive to abstain
anger; -
to bring you the benefits of cheap electric service 4
from the sale of and use of intoxicating
at the earliest possible moment.
drinks as a beverage, and to be zealous in our efforts -

to advance the Kingdom of our Saviour.

\\'e further engage to watch over one another in

brotherly love: to remember each other in prayer; noR1D1 PO"iflJGOT fOBm( !
to aid each other in sickness and distress ; to cultivate .

Christian sympathy in feeling, and courtesy ....1 \
in speech; to be slow to take offence, but altvys t

ready for reconciliation, and mindful of the .
rules of our Saviour to secure it without delay.We .

moreover engage that when we remove
from this place we will as soon as pasible, unite IOtUL41"; OiCOfO tfCfIWO P.01HClrrP
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with some other church of like faith and order, Copy.-w..16l9,37eb,.... 39,310 2.30.&e.rite 2.171.170 IUac

where Wt cm carry out the spirit of this covenant ,._..-. 10 m 1.7.0 Joe
and the principles of God's ',"ord.An ......... ItU70 )1.1)0 W.'X

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