Title: Everglades News
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079910/00461
 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 18, 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: VID00461
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32615447
alephbibnum - 001981538
lccn - sn 95026042

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THROUGH UNITED EffORT f I ruing l Iy IIn hawn't pool progress planned heard of any the for ports new Pahok swim lat GlADE ROAD IN NO.1 SPOT

Just as soon as I have something

I definite! I'll let you know about it I
Since t return from the a\y.1 : "" r. .1:'.! I 1: :ty ,'IIlr:!: :P'1t'IS -

Ell Jensen, Pahokee's postmaster. Bean Pickers Will The outlook for new state road: Rardin PresentsVeterans' of Palm Beach county un 1I1n-

has had many inquiries in regadt and improvements of t'xistingtatt' d:+y of this week, ty resolution presented -

to establishment of city mail delivery : Be Paid Bv lb. In roads in is the much past brighter couple than of years anytime Budget by Paul Hardin, asked themate

] in Pahokle Requirementt : Road Department to make
State road hoard members hartht
for such a service are as follows: : I! I coristruction: of a new road between -
New Picking SetUpl"ndt long last begun to realize the RequestToBoard
City delivery service may be etab- importance of this area and the. I Pahokt'f and Belle Glade thedepartment'

fished at any city having postal rereipts lark of neces-ar)' road... : t .. So. 1 project in the
of at least $10,000 tor county in its HH1 budget. The
: r terms of a row agreenlen Approval of the $23,000 pre -
the preceding fiscal year and haying if members of the :
I'm wondering '
by growers m the lake Region posed new budget of the tterans' unanimously
a population of 2,500 or mort : \\'t'stern Palm Beach County 1I0sI I i
within lean pickers will be paid by the Service Committee was asked of ell out that road
residicg territory possessing I.ital District Board are looking i ; a new connecting
good and continuous sidewalk, pound in the future for the beans: forward to the day. when the lease ; the County Commission by American I the two towns is imperative if this

Iawdtrt.'ts, house numbers, they pick. Heretofore, picker I will expire on the building now occupied : Legion Post P0 lif Pahokee in area ito maintain its rightful
street lights, and signs, and mail haw been paid by the hamper by the Everglades Memorial a resolution submitted tonday I place in production and marketing
door slots The I slark or full, and luggers have lof ,
receptacles or agricultural products.Following
ho pital. Less than two years rl'i i morning by County Commissioner
must also be 50 toted the bEans from the spot unanimous vote
territory percent main in which to raise funds and i Paul Hardin hy
improved, with houses where the hamper was filled to build a new hopital. It's a man- I members of the county board, Har-
Pahokft"S gross receipts for the the end of the row According to sued job but thIs area must not I The commission, required by a din asked for the privilege of presenting -
past fiscal] year ran dose to $19- the new plan tile pickers will tote come as close to losing the hospital statute to use not more than $20,- the> resolution in person to
000 for \'eterans' \'ot-
000 which is almost double the requiremt'nt. the> hampers to the end of the row as it did a few short weeks ago. I program, the tate road board in a regular
ed to wait on a from thVeterans
About three years ago where> the weighing process will I report meeting tc.w held next Monday in
Service Committee budget -
the Lions Club became interested take place state Senator Edwin G. Fraser : \r'st Palm Bearh The county
and city officials and progressive It was agreed at a meeting in of Ma'clenny will be the state' i group before taking action. hoard members voted Rardin this

citizens succeeded in getting the Belle Glade Monday night when comptroller Jan 1, 19-17 He I The budget group is stud'in, pri\'iege!

streets named and houses num.lltrt'd the weighing process was born, is a prince of a chap-32years old. I means of trimming its requirements The Glades commissioner rt'turnI'd -

Some of the street signs i that a price of We for picking In 1937 he was the youngest membeg' ; Otherwise, the commission; from Tallahassee last week
were put up at the time but most flats would be base pay. of the house of Representa- : may haw to rt'mo'eits wterans'sen'i'E. where he was in conference With
.' from the State
of them art illegible or gone today Assistant County Agent 11. LSpeer tins. At that time he was an program Elgin Daylc's., chairman of the
Postmaster Jensen believes that acted as chairman of the alert member of the body and gave I and administrate it as a county; state road hoard in regard to other -

another attempt should be made to I meeting Monday night when then pre.i'tige a.q a member of the state I activity entirely vital roads in the Lake Region
The PahokN rE'olution
Hc-urt' city mail delivery for Pa. w plans for picking were madl' politic... Through the years he has Legion's \Jr. Baylt'ss said that construction
hClkt'e He i., of the opinion that I The agent said yesterday that the Illst no time in gaining state-widl' : asks approval of the expanded would start immediately on the
such an attempt will necessarily early bran crop will hit the 22,000 prestige as a member flf hte stateenate budget in order that a new whitservice road from Chosen out to the government
have to have a great deal of cooperation I acre mark He also pointed out and now within a few weeks bureau may be opened iiBelle dikf' This work is bung

on the part of all concerned that the Glades area now has 26 he will become the state' youngest Glade anti a negro officeappointed started this week by Brinshn Contruction -
for the Everglades area,
to make the mow successhi {celery growers despite the fact major office holder ', company.I'.ids ,
!. Mr. Jensen says that he doubts that two of the largest in the area A service office in Pahok'e has I will hi' received in Novemher. -
A friend of mine said that the t.'t'n operating m an txrtllent
If Pahokrt' could meet the requirements VanLandingham Rrother:: and Rardin was informed, un rebuilding -
at present as to : continuous T \\'. Knight quit the celery deal recent pork shortage sure had manner under the. county setup.Ness' I : the :ix miles, of road between -
- - - -
:-hlfwalks, paved IStrrt'h.1 last spring 1,lIsrdlt''it.on also made it tough on hip chicken salad Relic Gladt' and SIX Mile

street lights signs or mail rel't'p- )cave lip the idea of growing celery sandwich saIl's.-.- -- hospital Ready :. Brid r, Six inches of mtrflfk
tat It's again thIs Yt'ar, will tll' added when the road is rev
First Of The Year
In t'\mrntntin on the city delivery I Growers this week in discussingthe Annuaillalloveen By huilt and FhnulJt'fJ will bt' bUIlt of
service Mr. Jensen said: "1tiwouhl i new picking plan were of the : native rork to he taken from a pit
Ilk,' to incite all interested I(opinion that picking by weight mil : R.'I't'I'tlon Ilf patients at the nt.w the state has purchased from VanLandingham -
officials, Planned '')unto tulwrl'ulo-Is ho.pltal by! Brothers t..twffn
persons, indudm city i I having each picker carry his own Party
and civic dubs to get in tlth') hamper to the end of the row, ,early January was forseen hy the : Belle Glad and Six Mile Bridge
wIth mt' with a view to working; !I I\\'UuM redact, harvesting Clst. l'ounty ComnllSSlOn thi.. morning: I A stretch of xr'rimfr.taJ" road
out I'larl" tn comply with the above I I around 10 to 15 pt'refnt., I Mrh'+nier Barr1t's, general ,is It accepted hide for equipping will ht- bUIlt between South Day

requirements St1 that \w may ht' !I Just how tong the new plan will i (hairman called a meeting of the laundry and sewage disposaracilities and GN'rwnrth, the state road

;the! tl' enjoy the benefits of city nmtmUt' in ff'e'a., a matter of I school room mothers at the Paho- nf the !lanatorium. hoard head -aid "Two Of more
Ilf the gee high school \\'' nesday afttrI Laundry mac'hmerv will he> bfo used
ddl\'rr tll which the stye I :onjcture this wt'k Monday I types uf constnic ton will
I iti. and the volume fit busint : ni iht the Wt'f unanimous I nlwn tn make plan for the big bought from the ('. S. IIl1flman in this experiment on the muck,"
done Ly the post office entitles m." I 11'1 pkt'hmJ the plan. \\'h:1t thefuture I Hallm\ft'n party for Pahokr-e anti Machinery Coy flf New York for 111" Itayless said, "hut It will lint
mal POint school children onrhursday Sii.95, and is to hf installed hlIan. '
On air mall service 1tr Jt'rl.''n WIll I be a rock tll rock construction
I bring is a qUt'stln
h841 the flIIIwln to say: "I also I ___-_ ngtt. Oct. U: at 7:30r. : 1. Clears Urn! Construction job "
want tt' comment I'n our new air! I I m The party i is being sponw4red Co city, was awarded a ror.trartt
nul rate l'of 5.' per ounce which ; Four More Trucks I I by the Pahokf PTA in coperatuui t build the sewage system 1'itl -- ----

cent into effect the fiat "f this Bought For Glades With the Canal Point tff+150, the Iwoal company have egetahlc lien At
ru.nth. \1thl igh there has been a PT.\ and local civic organizations rg submitted the onl bid
ht; Ilf publicity Iin this a !..rrgeumbrr Road DeparhnentI : Arrangements were made to tntt.'rtam Since no hid wu entered f..r; Orlando fleeting

"' Ilf mailers continue tll rut ; 1,200 children at the part}. Kitchen equipment. the Cmml-
In their letters, indicating that I B.'al h 1.1\irt\. I'N'mS'I\ln-! I rte chlldrt'n will tit' separated intograde Ion authorized) l.hn I. \'(,Ikardltf'l.t L I. St:jr k, v ( na.rman of the

It large percentage! Ilf the puhhc f t>rs tin M 'nasty d trs: 'Ht k pur- groups with room mother, t<\ ? tf, h fir may hmf'ry FI.flr1a vcgetable 4ommittre. JeriElliott.
Parties fo'taldren Shish .'"l,!.! 1"... in t..d anti inutaltrd (.f th.. Everglades
not yet aware of the cheaper hased 111 .Imr: trw k. for use inroad tl'; act as hostt' gf'S. It manager
'att' The nt'II.. air marl rate ape ; bUlIt! m the countyThree j ( of grades ore to SIX incltiuve h' Jan 1 Growers ('u'tflt'rath'f' and Jack
i :es tt' aU aIr mail In tt eocti1tal ; lr.trrr.ath'r..aJ tricks Weft purrh.uI I : Will to" held on fair Field: for --- -- -- Royal lit the L'SES, are in Orlando .

v rmh,1 States, anti tl' nr I from Falrrlt'th Tnzrk and Tracy I hall' Library iteceivesSlop'I today attending a meetingdesigned
:1t'r t>t't\\,'c'nn3J,\. ft'Xh't' tor CI'mp.\ny and 7 Fords were toI by the labor c ornnttee
senior : I FrO"l Chest t Fund of the Florida Vegetable r'.mmit,
," d aU h'rntont's and posse.itns. ht'Ulht from Rarl'lI f"tl'ro In Nest I Club huildnand for the
snd rl'\'t'rh'rttt' of the I'mtedSatef Palm Reach I tee to discuss later probl..m.t of the
1t also applies 11' mail adir'ese.1 lOut 1f ttt ten trucks tour wall 1 On f.r.I1\ t!::s urrk Mrs W coming M3J'ID Tiny vegetabte
.n care ot an .1 p 0 or k't brt.taht to the Everglades di..tI ; tof bar! halloween parade led by : J I..umt:rrt. :t\ !:t.rar: tn. 'A'AI I men from the entire state flf Floryida

F P t' l"'trtit'a!, where the I net ty: County Comrnssoner Paul to Paokt"t' high School Band : handed a cr., k fr"rr. the pit.nKf'f"i are In attrrdanr, at the

!,.rmt'f rate wu tk per hat ounce Ruffin Last summer four new I Mrs J S Grt'Sham wu named i aral f pot: Cimmanty "hut 1i:I meeting
,.r ftact','n thereof trucks were purchased ty the chairma\ charge of refreshrents. i the amount rg S1c0 Mrs Larnrnrore ----

-.-_ _ h-.ard flr U:... dstnct Mrs L. G Alders:a, relreshments I deposited the check! ask I 'fr' and Mrs Din W 1&nlIftg-
Mrs 1'.1G hupt' fit lIour.- : ro-chairman, frl. JfMI I did that the money would tr U ec! ham and children Judy and harry

tarn C1t ', Tern ha. arnnJ hereto 1 Mrs \\'llbur Rctrrts cf Marni ii 1I E1lctt. chmnsn 1:1 charge of I to t'Ur..w tc.-kI fM ttt nt', were tilled te, Rocky Ford Ga ,

.f't'r.J ttt wumlth her i is tt gi.eet d her atfr Mrs P.10 I the parade, judging and awards: library nt check came II thibrary's last weekend Metes. ct the mt eaaa

,!augtt rs. Mrs Paul ..... R'ddie utri cd 3ny p era this Dave W Onnitgham was again: il: rrt'portiOr.3tf hare ct..e r ,ct Yor/ Cuc.iFtaa'i father, Mr.Ftec ,

and Mre llcaetl Ta,=rr. I"tf (. appointed treasurer d Ct .arty IW' cornnurty deft driH t 'k-

Two The Evergl3.d sew.?, Canal Point, Florida Friday, October IS, 1916

Ue surprise and joy of all. The I ----i- !",1IHowoII
THE building of the cabinets will b : -
entered into shortly, thanks to th
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region I delivery of the mateJial. I- From where I sit zJ Joe Marshli
. II
Established 192 Published Every Frida I I

Subscription Price 52.00 Year In Advance I I AIenibei'sAi'oGuestsOf I

Want Vacation
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office I :. a *L

In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class latter Lions from Marriage? .'

Paul Hardin Editor and Publisher i i \ I
Members of the Everglades Busi.r.ess .
Alvin Blake went south on his n- body to took ror. She W3 about to
and Professional Woman'
Busy Season Ahead cation,for some fishing! .and left his wire \1, when he barges home 3
('tub were guests of honor and presented "
31issusto enjoy a vacation from the week ahead of time and she almost
The old Palm Beach County slogan, "Where Summer the program at the TuesJav
Pahoke' I corncob pipe,clothes in :1 heap, and cries for grat tudt'. ("Felt the same
revised.In luncheon of
Spends the'inter" may hare to be meeting the :? "
solos on the harmonira. way myself, says At)
Lions Club.L.
years past it has done yeoman service in luring
visitors to this count '. It did well enough in the day when J. Fraser, program chairma First fen Jays, Martha enjoyed From where I sit, those differences -
most of our activity wa confined to the winter month introduced Tommit' Lee DuBos: it-houst' neat and quiet, top back or habit and opinion-

What we need now is a logan to convey the idea that business i- B&PWC president, who thank 1 In the toothpaste,no morning mess whether they hm to Jo with corn-
is nhere all the round.Apparently the club for its invitation and oul- from Alvin midnight snacks (AI' cob pipes, a glass or beer, or p1l '-
going 0 year lined the
for the coun- roup's program in observances partial to a bit of cheese mJ: beer lag the harmonica, seem mighty
a new day is dawning, especially of B&PWC 11'eek Oct.
at bedtime). trivial when 'ou'rc separateJ. And
tfs varied agricultutal industf)'. \0 longer are tillers of 1319. Clark Hull gave a review of
the soil compelled to rely on a few vegetable crops, grown the history of the local B&PWC Come the end or the week, she they are,

during the winter months, and subject to the vagaries of Club WhICh was organized in 19:3 began to fidget: couldn't even read
Northern markets In keeping with the roup's the Clarion, it looked 1"0 unmu..l'd: j.-e Q/.t1J( t
Announcement of the Florida Food Products Crop., that "know your town" theme for th didn't have any appetite with nB-

it plan to operate on a year around basis at Belle Glade is year Alma Farrow conducted a I
quiz on Pahokee with J. M. Elliott ;" :0. I'n.trJ 5a.) IJ''I f'unJ.llh
one of the encouraging signs of the times The corporation's Cup>riht.
receiving first place and Jimmy
huge canning and eep-freeze plant, we are told, Wilson, second in number of
doesn't intend to pay much attention to seasons.If Questions answered correctly PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERSINDUSTRIAL
it isn't planting the various types of vegetables produced ReWilham T. Blair A Q
in that region it will he putting; them through the deep Howell and Harold \\.ilkin.on wer

freeze process. And when vegetables aren't available such welcomed as new member of the I

items as frog lego, shrimp, lisp and possibly i l meat will keep Lions Club by F. A. Jensen vice STEEL

the plant going. pn'sident.H. .
This pruJll'ct oJcno} m entirely new vista for the Glades &PWC guests of honor includlLi f
Rethelle Dobrow. Clt'o Douthit.Phlfa SHOP
vegetable grower, that may do more to take the g-amile out to'k. Barbara "fe\amara.

of his business than anything that has ever happem'd.E. Sarah Tliomas, Xo13 Dra on, Clark (;I'XEIL-\I.: : ; IEPAIH :INII \\l'LDIX\: ;
II. lorchu'It the Iin-wire Belle Glade grower and hull Tommit I.ee Dullow, Iutta I
shipper who hlll the vision to see the possibilities of a big- IautzIma Farrow and Lucil11'illiams. ,' I Flrm Iqu;. pml'lH l trtu! 't1uJ! tt'l'l

scale d'ep-fn't'ze plant there md ability to make it a reality, James Latham wa! tht'g"11f'
has earned the gratitude of the entire ('ounh'. t of Barry tl\lh'nt ox It\HFIELD IIIHIW'AVS

In the production of ramie, tropical fruit, beef tattle and 1uemin'r. Other \'isitors'l'n' Dun tltlth of ( ;t'1gt'1') LlImhl' l"lImpany

sweet ll )tatue's for starl'h Palm Reach County has other agricultural Flail. Emnwtt hall Lunar Allt'n LOrIS F JIIMS. Pl'tp.
possibilities that promise to make the good old and Harold Sr rrt"h'y.'t."t Palm
U.'arh I : f' A. Brownin: Bell
tin1l' busy season on the farm.
uillmer :1
lady: Jim Stafford. lake \\'ort:1I :
if this thing keel) 1I1) the time may come when our 1trm- I 'tai! J. Palnll'r.'auchult: !
ers nwy no longer be able to :lend their summers in the I e i ----- - -- -- ----

mo'etains: or at shore l'lorto Instead of operating a 11art- i
time fooll factory, the chances arc they will be running full I PTA Paholee iI EKCOPressure
blast nearly all"the 'ear'hat that would 111l'an to the I

county's.Post. economy Iwell 110 confluent from us-Palm Beach Driving_For 600 i. Cookers

)t'ar Friends:
Pahokce Baptists sUlwrintt'ndt'nt.just a J"t'qUt'st. 0 l'ndt'r 0 Gilbert the leadership is the. Thanks to the fine spirit of l'O- I :; save time :alll fuel i llnp1'0ve flavor anlI :
I I upt>ration on the part of our news
Plan 'Veek's Service of Mrs. \\'. M. DuBoJse. Train- : tapers. I am herewith enabled to I I tenderness, 41 :! quart size .. .. . ..... S13.93
j lug Union Director, six union
communicate with you relative to 'I'I
Because of the favorable: I meet each Sunday night at 6:30,
many oar Plhokt'l' P31'l'nt-Teacher.; Asoriation. Bread Boxes, one and hroI
l'xprt'Hions relative to the sermon I with an average attendance of one Please let me urge you
preaehtd last Sunday night by the I hundrrd. The ntenibers and friends to become a memher. It costs but conl1Hu'tn1ent ,. . .. .... .. S1.2fi to 81.BS
pastor: : uf the First Baptist Church of the church are most cordially invited I :Ol' a year, an investment that I ,
of Pahokl'l" Ht'\ C. A. lobt'rg, to attend. The age group
i pays many dividends to the schoo'hureh Step-on garbage cans
from the hour through
the lIhjl'd'hy Southern Baptists range story
I home and community i in
are not affiliated with the the junior, intl'l'nu'diatlyoun : (enl'ral. "Yessrs Elmer Jones;, for the kitchen . .. . .. .............. ...... 81.2
Federal Council of Churcht's", will ; people and adult. The assembly Chairman and Dun-
; demhership
he rontinth'lt. For those who did pt'riod at the opening conducted in I can Padgl'tt.'l'1fare Chairman Inrel'ted corel' Cake box ...... ... . .. Sr0 ()
not attend, a short review will beprt''t'nh'd. the church auditorium by the di- report a little over 400 enlistee I
The Pahokt't' Baptist rector is one most inspiring; and
somt' 200 short of our g'oal.'t" -- -
Musical Family of lIme fifty, well worth attt'ntling. solidt your membership not for
choir, orchestra and quartets will I Most gratifying to the pastor the purpose of reaching the goal i
augment the "I1Iuminatt'li Crossltt'ditation I and church is the large incrl'a in but because the P. T A. need 'Yestern Auto Associate Store
Sing/ ," attendance at the Wednesday night your ideas interest zest strength.
At the morning hour of eleven, i prayer service, which begin.s at and Th P.T .
sUPIMrt coopt"ration PAIIOKEE FLA.
I. )1. LAIR Owner ,
illustrated 7:30: and continues forty
the pastor will preach an A. needs You whether you are :1 I
sermon on "Thl' Rapture of the minutt's. Several months ago the )other. father teacher or any civic J_ I!
Saints." lie ladies quartet will prayer box was instituh'd This mindt'd adult.Children' .
sing "Christ Rl'turnl'th." The pastor I has proven such a blessing that of needs won't wait. Iloesn't

uses this medium of rl'pl\ctful- I necessity a much larger one will take long to grow up And
ly requesting that all the members 1k' used beginning this \\'f'dnesJl ;rowing up under undesirable conlitions -
of the church and friends make Following the prayer meeting means tragedy to the chip
1\ special: effort to attend the rehearsal by the orchestra is entered and loss tit the nation. By joimnforcl's
unll:1y khMII at 9:35: that three into for forty five minutM I with others who care about Barn Dance
hundrc"\t at least shall lit' the attendance A new electric stove was Installedin what happens to the rising genera- Big
joy This i.i not a rally the kitchen l.5tWt'k.. much to
i tion of Americans You can help tolown'omc
) the=-' unwholesome mOue AT TIIEPahokee

The year 1917, which p T.:1ar .
IS now under way. wIll marl White
Its! fiftieth anni\'t'rsary The pros
STUCKEY :.t r..it1nal membership IS 3.910
1 it.. IIf whom over lJ(IOOOO arl' Migratory Camp

!!,' n Our anniversary goal I
.-. 4M'O 00'W... tn18t You wIll t.'

Fertilizer Works .." ,.f thus large amlY. l 'ading our
\ ,,: i.' th' way. of the fin'st'
..','. : of government anywhc?, Each Friday Nite

.1 _,,\'rnmt'nt ",If th!' people'. hy
Jlal1l1fal'tl1rl'l' Ut'IlighQuality ,.. 1.t" 'ply'.. and for the people. t'n ,
:' r I;...j lrSI( BY
i I)i t rihlltahll\ .l.; President of the Pahoke...

P T A I 11t'rsc.ftally soltl'1t your! 1'\(1,1'11.tit; I \"E l S. III S
fertilizers aul lIpl\rir :', r h.'rshp f,'" I need Vou
T"lnk Ytlt: for your every con. ItAr'I'D1Fs'1t.1; (11; LEHS

Poison Bait '. t. i!...n t'! this! nerd.sincerely. ,. '#
I, f. A Y ,her,

Fort' In 1'tSitinn Tn Serve YouPhone I, - -.--- Nylon Hose
\r ,\i Mrs Janie. II WIlJ.-.n
t.ts M )nday Sara n 11H
I g:
i t'.. J.' ant Ja'trht,>r ',f atW' (; \'t\11 To holder Of Lucky Tit'ket

in Pahokee r ---.-- ---

4201 M:" tr t MrB .ann r,f.fM Admission 75c iPage

r..i ", w'.re 's of Mr. gad Stn
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Friday, October 18, 1946 The Everglades 'e\\'.. Canal Point, Florida Page Three

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with tim for the Junior class ring recreation, worship di C\J.5SiCns,1:

and Senior cards and announce and business , followed bv a I II
Life On The CamnusAT ments. I social period with refreshments. c "

!All boys and girls in this age group
We have several new students at are urged to attend
wnnnwrww PH.S. They are: Daniel O'Brien: I The Junior Fellowship for boys .

The dance Saturday night, spon- Bobby Mitchell: Ray Clifford: and girls from 8 to 12 meets at the i

sored by the Student Council Red Pauline Dowling: William O'Brien; parsonage every Friday after I
I James O'Brien and Hugh Watson. school, the meeting starting at 3 .
Cross, was a complete success
.... .
i -- o'clock. At the last meeting of- IS a
Many gifts were collected for the
: : fivers were elected for the coming
men at the Key West Naval Hospital I r Methodists Of Canal I 'ear, Those elected include: President -

and a good time was enjoyed :I i Point Plan Services I Joe Pasko Parker, Jr; '"ict'- Standing Order

by all president Frances Wilson; Secretary i

I The sermon by the Rev. William I Joann Edenfield; Fellowship F
October 21 is Girls' Day! On that
; Hal
T Blair at the Canal Point Meth- Reporter Rostnberg: a GamesCommittee
date, the girls selected by the vote :
: odist Church for the 11 A. M. of two, Buddy Parker
of the school will take over the offices -
and Glen Walls and ComI
Morning Worship Service will beon ; a Party -
CJf the of PahCJkee Cam-I
the Over I mittee of Donna Lee Upthegro\'e,
"Winning Victory
paigning has already begun by the I
Russell Dart Norman Coleman
and Fear The text is found in I I
two parties Progressive 9r
and Nada Head. The
John 4:1S-"There is no fear in
for i
Devilcrats The
love but perfect love casteth out will told a Halloween Party at its ;
the Progressive Party are: Mayor'
1\0\ 1 meeting. The minister
fear because fear hath tormt'nt.
Margaret Powell; Chief of Police, I
He that feareth is not made furnishes transportation for boys I
Mary Helen Hooks; City Clerk, I per- I
and girls who ride the school bus I IfoO
fect in Jove
Fay Gilbert; City Attorney, Helen I IHO'fS 4L
: Councilwomen, Connie I The evening service at 7:30: will that parents will not have to .,'','rh

Marshall, Gwenettt' Reeves, Lois : mark the second in the series of worry about their children getting

Ec'hols, Eleanor Humphries and "Triumphant Certaintit's" in which home.
Mrs. Blair will attend the :
we are examining together the
Walta Sell lIul1. heir motto is, -ur-I
For a Safer Pahokee", and the foundations of the Christian faith rery Laboratory School of
Methodist: Church to be '!
in a simple. direct approach. Thetopic
emblem is a safety pin. The Devil- I'
rrats candidates are: Mayor, Joan of this second sermon is 81. Petersburg from Monday thru
1'L.1rty; Chief of Police, Lois "YOIi Can Feel the Strength of Friday Oct 2125. She 15 one of

Morgan: City Clerk Betty Jensen; I Prayer!" three representatives selected from

City Attorney Helen Stokes; I The Sunday School Board and the Miami District of the Florida

('ouncilwomen Barbara Jfnkinson, I Teachers' Meeting and the Building Conference for special work in this

Doris Hidddl, Dori, Harper and Committee Meting to he held important and rapidly developing:;

Gwen Gant. The party W3 named this week are paving:; the way for field! of Christian. Edueation. I
for the Pahokee Blue Devil Demo- the growth of our church md Sun- -- -

fats.: day chool. Decisions reached on W. M. \flltJ.on: n.fliT
our Sunday School and Building GENI's n.\lmtlt: IfW rAnd _

At P. T A. meeting October U, projects will be announced on \\'. M. Bachelor:! tonsorial artist,

the 10th grade sponsored by Miss I unda;'. Our Sunday School, which is bark in Pahokee after an abBence -

. Ir\amara and Mr. Korht'r won 'meets at 10:00 under the direction of 11 years which he spent in There's a Mighty

the attendance award They're off of X. '". Iax.con, is nearing the St. Petersburg and the west roast I

to a good start for being honored hundred.mark and we arc seeking of Florida Before leaving Paho- Good Reason..
with a P. T. A. party. c I more mom and more teachers. kee Mr. .1trhdor barbarc'd for
The Methodist Youth Fellowship many years in the Lake Region.He .

tr'i1Iiams, representative of for young people from 12 to 23 is hat k at Gene's Barber Shop we are squeezing five years of backed-up expansion

the IIt'rff.Junt.s Co. visited mt.ts every Monday evening from ;n PaJok" ,, where many of his I
Tuesday and orders were plated 7 to 8.30 with a full program .If iranILar.., rgularcustomers.
I and construction into as few months as possible!

To handle accumulated and current demands for

service faster, the Southern Bell family has been

increased by more than 10,000 since V.J Day

I Itrii Additional Trained Men are
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On the Job


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get around to Everyone, 1 . IN TOWNS
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\\:, \. . rnctcricl shcrtagcs will (entinue -
1/ Service Headquarters new Chevrolet just as quickly as ve _
to hamper us for some
at regular can, although it's impossible to give _*?''
tiI1c. But there Mill be
intervals, and gain these practical accurate estimates of delivery ctes. no j ii"

advantages: ((1)) safeguard your pres. We're getting our fair share of Chpvrolet's !et.tp until there's plenty of I I hri
ent transportation; ((2)) avoid the major current output, but prccutlicn! i service, local and rOn9 distencc ? t.._; i '

breakdowns which so often hit old is still running far below normal, even j fer town, and ferm. \
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cars in cold weather; ((3)) save money though Chevrolet bui:! acre cc-s cad ;I THE FAP.M -

by preventing serious troubles and (rods than any other manvfoctufff dvrng; I r

repair bills; and ((4)) maintain the resale ,the t. ifd quarter 01 J946. Meanwhile,

value of your car. Remember-we're our sincere thanks to you for waiting ; -. .
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members of America's foremost automotive for delivery-and our assurance that Sc't tt fn Bell I I't./ "\j-I'ri.t .

I; Tee: or.e aid sf f,' tli, J. fS t r
service organization; and your patience will be reworded i .t IE1.tr'..'jTeiefraph

motorist after motorist will tell you, when you take possession of this car, j CornlUIll \ ;'t/\ \ ,;.l. ..rt"1( i.
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Pahokee, Florida


Page Four The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday, October iS. 1916

I II I Senator Holland To I Thomas Lynn, and daughter. Carolyn !, Jnni\rsuy of his mother! Mrs. .}.
Jensen Job Is I
Says I i oi Sarasota. I \\'. Howell.
Be RDB .. .
Speaker I --- ---
Paul Rardin was guest speaker

Open At Post Office I at the 1ednesday meeting of the Statement of the Ownership. M. natement. -
Circulation ftr. Required by
I Hon L. Holland will ,
i Spessard Lake Worth Rotary Club. P..ardm the .\rh of (ronarl', of \uau..t :!J.19r 1
bl: the principal speaker at th chose for his subject: "Life in the !. and IJrrh 3. 1933
in Patio Palm Beach Resource Dewlopment 0: The Eie;fades News publishedweekly
Ed Jensen postmaster County Lake Okeechohee Region Then
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Hollon ofCaral at Canal POint. Florida for Sep:
kee. said yesterday that the eleri Board Annual [Point and X\\. 30 19-113

Point announce the birth of cal complement in the Pahokt' of.fice meeting October 2t. and will be Miss Jean of Miami State 0t Florida II
daughter Iargie Diane, at the Shaughnessy !i ss.
a has been increased from four held at the George Washington spent the weekend in Pahoke with i I Countot Pam Beach I .
Fvergladcs Memorial Hospital on i I Before me. a notary public tn and fl'r
clerks, and that Hotel at i o'clock.
16. to five regular her parent Mr. and Irs. Frank the State and counts aforesaid, pt'r.-on-
Oct. I IShaughne I
there is an opening for one regular Palm Beach county's Congresion31 \'. On Monday Mrs.Shaughnessy ;I any! appeared Paul Rardin 'ho. ham..:
of .
John D, \\'atson
Mr. and airs. I been duly sworn according ti law depo
Belle Glade announce the birth of a clerk. Only veterans will be considered -. : and Legislative delegation and Mrs. G L. Sims :I -.es and says that hI' t., editor and
Memorial for this position, and appointment will be honored guest... accompanied Miss Shaughnt'.5s I I. owner of The Everglades News and that
daughter at the Everglades the following! Is. to the best of his
will be made subject to brief accounting I to
"ery reports
Hospital on Oct. 9.Mr. back to Miami.Mrs. knowledge and belieft. a true statement
a Civil Service Examination to b the membership for the year' I II I I of the owner-hip. managl'ment. etc of
and Mrs. John Dennis Gann H. M. McIntosh returned to the afore...atd publication for the date'
held at a later datt' work will be given including sul
Me. her home in Pahokee Wednesday shown In the above (caption rt'Qurt.'d
a daughter at the Everglades This position pays a starting I, mission of the new budget and bthe act of August N 1912. a..
announce the birth of after a short visit in Panama City. I I amended the Mt ot March 3. 1933l'moodt'd
of Clewis ton with by
of $2.100.00 year, financial An amendmt ntI
salary per I report.
531. Postal
Oct. 9. She was accompanied home by her In section
mortal Hospital on a S100 raise each year providing I to the By-Laws providing an iicrease Reeulations. to.'lI'
mother Mrs. tathis, who will beher
... .- That the name and addrt'--.t's of the
:satisfactory service has been rendered of the Directorate from onto
editor and
guest for some time. oublhht' edtor managing
and hoes to a maximum of three members: from each community business mana Ef" are:
Blue Devils Go To The former Miss Jacqueline Canal Pmt
$3.000.00 per year in a second clay, will be submitted for eor Publt..ht'r; Paul
of 415 Avon Rd. West Palm Florida
office. A regular clerk is eligible sideration.The Editor' Paul Rardin. Canal P"tnt.florlda. .
Beach, became the bride of Allen .
Defray Tonite To for retirement benefits. and earns I \\'est Palm Beach: Junior \\'ells of Gainesville on September2S. That the owner L.. Paul Rardm. Canal
a three weeks vacation with pay Chamber of Commerce will ha\'e p".'t Florida
and ten days sick (rave per year charge of arrangements. As Mr. \\"elL.i is a mid-semester i, That the known bondholder mortit-
I agt"eand other !ot'curttholdt'u own-
Seahavks the
Vie With\ Freshman at University
At least one temporary substi seating space is limited the Jay nit or holdln 1 per cent or more of
Floritia. They are making theihomt. :- total amount of bond,. mortgages or
I tote clerk will be needed for tht? Cees urge reservations for tickets
R. L Chastain.
Gainesville.Mrs. other cecuritte are:
I Christmas mails and will be employcd I be made immediately at the R. D.I in I Canal PoInt. Florida
The undefeated Pahokee BluiDevils Bessie Crawford just returned That the average number of copies
about the first or De.ct'mber Box
from B. office or mailed to P. O.
and I ot each Issue of thIs pUbl1raUn sold or
with two wins one from ten days visitingfriends I
until the first of the year, 107. \\'est Palm Beach distributed through the malt; or otherPie.
scoreless tie to their credit will anti relatives in Plant City subscribers during the
: lhls work pays $1.0 per hour. A Dinner tickets will be $2.50 and to paid
month -
make their fourth bid for victory and Bowling Green I tplnmonths prt'rt't'dln preceding
veteran will be preferred for this i applications will be honored i in the date ..ho..n above ti 89j
in an Intra-county game with Del Mr. and lrs. A. Q. Howell attended Paul RardIn.
non.wleran ;
appointment but a the order rt'l't'i\'ed. If more ('on.
ray Beach Seahawki at Delray a family reunion at the Editor and OwnerS
\\'illl u.ed if nt veteran i.i avail wnient to the members resewv I "'orn anti "h-c'rlhfoti before mt' thi.1st .
tnntg1nt. I home of his sister, Mrs. Della Alt- ; day of October 1946.
able. tions be made through the .
The Blue Devils came through I -- -- may man, in Belle Glade last week in I S'ta\' Public St'alOrin
I local H. 0 B. director in each con I 8 Baron Jr
their scoreless tie deadlock with the
celebration of 85th birthday My r\mml "inn Expires Feb 191949I
1 the Palm Beach \\'icats! last Fri I DeGrar Fremdalts. I nlllnity.I
day night in good shape and, phys ---.--- I TI --- -

icaily are in good: condition for .;; Htlt'n Irene Fremd daughter !

tonig-ht's contt's Coach Clyde 01 Mr. and Mrs. \lfh'd Fremtl r - rM !I

Alley had nn 'omrlaint about the of Canal Point ;nd \\'i1ia1l1! Cram BERRY FUNERAL HOME

,It'fensive work of his team in the I DtCray of orht'ster X. Y.. Wt.ft'marrit.'tJ

p.lm Raeh game hut ht judged recently in Km Pauo! I ,

the flue Dt'\'il; muter to sluggish i Brazil. Ambulance Service

in their offt'n.: \'tplays and has Irs. Dt'Gray is an honor g-raJII-

11I''n WOI kin this: week at practice at of Palm Beath high sehlHd and : : pond Irs It J ,'hr'lth'r anJ

Koons! trying to step up their i attended Palm Reach JUnior crlLege. : .11. Boh wrent! 1no ti "'rk'ndal.Net1 m I Pnhok'e PI1 2J01: Belle Glade Ph 217
Irs. :khrtltr'hrotht.r.in.law
tlri"i11.; po\\"t'r. I She was graduated in HI12from \'Ioiltll1g

Against the \\\'ild'ats. Pahokeedomir.1tell the Florida State ('ollegror and sister.lr.. an !

the play and threatened : \\'On1tn where she was a memiwr I Mrs. E. 0 MurphyWhile then i

tn a'owl' in the first half hut the i of Phi kappa: Phi and Kappa trs. 'hrodt'r attended :1 (infer !

second half much t'nt' of Miami Herald State {'c\r- _ ___
was a dlfftrt'nt. I Uo dta Phi honorary soroutit's. She ; m'
tofAt the .tart flf the second Jt''t'iwd her private pilots license : respondent-. Officials of the his I,

half' the \\'itckats lxlntrd I a short I Ikkk chile' at Tallahassee anti in 1913 I! nt'pap'r showed the correspond- PIANOS JEWELRY MUSIC

to the Pahokt'e 3.i and the joined the \\'ARP to fly for the : 'nts through the plant on atul'lla\' i

befuddled Blue Devils. hovering arm\' air forl'es. At the h'rminatilln' ;: and in the evening:: gave them .I, I II
I at El C'ommodOlu Hotel J. 'r. RASIILEYJh11'ELIIt
over the hall much like a mother I of her services she rent to I hanqut't
: Irs. 'hrodt'r, who has teen writing -
hen protecting a hone (chick al- : +an Paulo, where she i. teaching Belll' Chtde; Fla. :
loused the Wild'at to race clown I henry of flight tn Brazilian army i PahClkel'-Canal Point news forth

t the field and IHllln'I' on the free call.ts.Ir ,' herald for the past 16 years. I Ii

: hill. This bonehead play made the I Dl'Grawho is a native of i ranks second among the State cor- I GO TO ClIlTRCl1 SUNDAY

Pahnkt't !lads lllsgtlsteil with themselves It'spnndtnts in year: of service,
tochester. is welding engineer, a
I a .. .. ..
i is Earl! - --- -
and consequently they lost !l1t'mht.'r of tht'nwriran Society 'irst in years of service

their fighting:: spirit and spent the of Mechanical Engineers anti the dams of Key Wt"'t who has been

remainder Hf the half defending grinding out copy for the Herald
and -
American \\ elling society I
of I for a fifth of a century.Mr. I
their coal ling which in spite prior to his employment at theseola I
and Irs. T. L. Bums were
everything:: they did sucr'sstun -: Technica tit' \'iacao in San

Local fans will hi' pleased to I I Paulo, was welding engineer at the usines. visitors in Fort Pierce on I Trees Vines Shrubs Citrus

learn that at future hone :games: Pfaudlt'r co in Itll'hl'stt'r. Tut'sday.Ir. .

th..r.111 Ike twice as many bleacher and trs. Bill BO\\'orth had of all sizes md c'arieties for

seats as tht'rtwt'rl' at the first --r..a'Ill'It'll -- 3.i a guest the past week his sister, your SeIl'ctin.L .

: home g-ame Pahokt and Belle ( W ('IIIUST !iss Gloria Bosworth of't'st

(lade; High Schorr. are cooperating -. S'IINTIsT'DOC'TRINE : Palm Beach.Rev. 1X D SeA P I 'G

in the !loan of each other'sBeata : 01A TO ElEXT" Joe A Tollt'. former pastor

at hUI11t' games is the subject or the Lt.on.t'rmon of the Pahokt't' Methodist Church as you like it. We are organized and equipped to doa

, Proha hit' lineups: whil'hill hI' read in now living in radt'nton, was the thorough joh from plan to completion of planting.

PJhokt\1' Dt'lray Beach ChlllThl'S of Christ. Scientist owrnight guest of Mr. and Mrs. I

Latham Ie Shoemaker iroughout the world on Sunday. Duncan Padg't'tt on Thursday of !

. Sim.+ It Meadows Octobt.'r. 20. bst wt't'k. The Rev. Tolle chairman As always. you arc

; Spooner Ig Huber The Golden Text is: "AI1 things of Town and Country Commission welcome at our

l 11'eatherp,. c Bird art. of God, who hath reconciled us of the Florida Methodist

:! Baker rg Fort I to himself by Jesus Christ and I Conft'rt'nct''a.; 'nrout home tltstHUS: : 1100 Southern Boulevard (Route :\.>. 25 at
: Salvatore rt Jowlin hath given to us the mini..try of of the Methodistliami
a meeting Florida
City Limits I. West Palm Beach,
: .
Fr nd'r.. Wowlin rt'l'onl'ihatinn" III Cr. 5:181 : District which ht' attended

i Geiger qn C. G\\'ntt Among the citation... which corn- in Davie on Thursday.lis. ISLAND LANDSCAPE Co

:. Culls In W. Gwynn rise the Lt'sson.St'rmon i is the ColIlWmg -
Minnie Ruth Flowers is the
it"Conriell rn Butler from the Bible: "John bare
of her eo1Nin9. Mr anlIrs. -
nose guest
-Dwhon tb 1t'eekr" I witness of him, and (crit'd siing' f fI
W II..ann, in Canal Point
---. ----- I This was ht' of whom I spake HI' 1
IiS.i Flowers, a graduate of the
that cometh after mt' is preferred I -
Vet Training Jackson Memorial Hospital Nurses I .
i before nw: for hI' was before jive.I .

For Glades Soon i And looking upon Je.tli a... hewalked School.completing returned six here month.-recentlyrter of ad'anl't'tl I I

h" salth Ht'hohl the Lamb: I Authorized Dealers
I Flirt Dr-
\ nurses training at .
of Gwi'' John 1 :15,3iil.
\'etertn.; IIn Uk -trumngulr ; :
flml't': Anz. She pl.1r tot Jim!
,,, 1+ llrlt'ultllrt' will bee The l.t'sn- t'rn1\ln also includes 1 1i .
) In :
tht> staff at Jacks it ENC1NE.LS
nursing : 11'JS'ON I\I .\lIt ('OOLEn
..t\hhsht'll: ..HI at P.ithlkt'l' and i i the following pl"S3 from the morial HOlpltal. liam:. m J in- I
lt'l1t' Glade. Cnnwn Salvatore, : Christian Science textbook, CItn't' .\ () HEP.\IH P.\HT

P.\hukt't' representative on the I and Health wIth Key to the my.Mr !
n'n flewwe !!
I'I'i and trs. U"y,1
: I ix 'I.\LI. H.TITIE
(','unt fhOtll Board said last i N.'npturf'S" by Mart Ibkt'r Eddy: as guests her pan:t. Mr !

tiw tt"k. ; "Jt' us pt'rit'nct'd few tf th+ anti Mrs AI Friendd and! . r h' .' :. 1 I-I I inch In :! inch

Salvatore It'Irtt'lJ hI' bad St'- pleasure- the physical s.>nie'1.I I ..r and t'r-m.law Mr tr..t Mrml .

cured fm.11 approval ft the pro. hut his sufferings were the frets . Friend tlf lrhita Ka- Mrdidley's \I11': POHT.\BI.E) 1vFL11Eu.: Inahl'lin: u" todo

frttn II F: \\\ld. State of other pt"4\rh" 1m. Mt of his '
gran parents ar f"rn r Pi'kee and kind uf Steel l'on truction at any placeJlanrlflt
supenr5rr of vow attonal agricultire. : own The eternal Christ. his spit.rtual : residents ml pear! t .'.;'..r. i it

Itt a tt.nt ft'nft'ft'nt''tW 8t'fhC\\\ti, never suffered : w fall and 'A'intt'r1 .>' I> ,. 'tIrers: ofIHHI
Jesus out the f. rots ,...
treed tt' :,11,1th.. county teach.er mopped path -Ir and ltrs. L ; ,\: j. rnIi (;.\TIO\ .1N1) UH.Ia; : pr'IPIIYIHtrl.lr
lie n\'dN th' t.'hriSL the
If \&t"il agriculture In thetwa . .
.. :\ !o' .r.'isltt" r,'!l.oty 1. : IIit.11N'
) 101.1:
trrt.al. :dea: nf dwine: 1\ Ip
Everglades! c1te+ too hold night .
P: I'' ; '! S'mdavMr
3 ::1-ho. I Ie iw. WEEn: l'IIt11'I'FitsI'1 ;
I!' .;r lf Mrs Hat .:Id! J' : .' :
\.t"t.-nM' Alh r..th\r. sr.l! -- _ '. .'
\mo \
:"" I ;!'t' r.a lkfi:1 :
State lli\\N "1 Edit,at1Of approval Mrs W P t HI" It' l.arrr..rt' dPahokee '.\ ..... g.,....' of P.a t 1taos " Tn -: 11.1\FF.1U1'FUF: ; F1; EHYTIII; TII.I.E .\T

of tM county prop t',1 h.ld been .r..o1 Mtz. F.iB.uflt'ld .d rwar the 'A..ock,':' f f11r ( 01'1 or IIUI'I OJ I :'F: 1\

,'btamt rrl'\'ltlu..I ly anal ort are now t'1pl"Yt" in ,.i Urs Jestt' t'. r ., .. '. TilE ca.IH:";

-_._- the o.'I.kkt't'pai! 4t..p.trtrr. r.t of the ,' ., .aif and famlc ,' 1I'.t' flit f

1.. t. Stt1'kt', chairman of the ik of Plbolet'" I t:... : week
__ ._ Forks
Fl\1rtJ1 vegettvale l'ommIUt't"" will ter and Mrs A Q It '\'. .l! :-. : Canal Point Machine

hl to J1Ck4.n\'lUt next: Tutwy Mra Sccdt 11tnoJs! of TaIataiisee U r'f'r.! fUMtJ ::4. k. 'w. r I!': f

where he will attend :1 meeting of spent It\'t'n days tblJ week :uster-r..law: Mr art Mr. F H ('.1\.11.1')1\T- PIIO\E; :u p, O. BOX 166
the agricultural committee of the In C.l111 Point with her brother.It' I IltW l1 of Tampa. ar.d err r ten'

state .lrnber Jf O::'': : t' r Jer:t.": .lj fsny:: .:'!,1'''' l.i"5 i .trr Mr ar : rc ,
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Friday October IS, 19t6 The Everglades! New, Canal Point, Florida Page nVIoberg

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Announces 18 Badges Awarded i.:11011: Starts I PTA In Canal Point I and 3.11'5. J. R. Pa'n('. Second:
Irs. Melvin Pug-h and Mrs. C. L.
G. 1. Belk, Jr., Names Room Mothers: !I: Stuart Third: Irs. Otto Coleman

Ambitious Plans Glades Road ''York and Irs. L. \-. 1'Cle113nd, Fourth:
Life Scout George M. Bdk. Jr., The Canal Point PTA met Tuesday -: Mrs. E. E. Connors and Mr;, Roscoe -

a member of Pahoke Boy Scout -- night with the program chairman Stokes, Fifth: Ir3. J. T. Platt

For Pahokee PTA Troop 23, was awarded 18 menbadges After much delay on account ofI I Mrs. Clara Iaurer, in charge and Mrs. James Miller, Sixth: Mrs.

unfavorable weather, Brin.-on Construction I of the program. The program cen- J. L. Hall md Mrs. Arnold
at a BoScout Nor'
tered around a film and an address Scrug .s.I .
Glades District Court of Honor company this week mot\'-
Plans to make the comingYt'ar
by Re\ \\'. T. Blair of Canal Point. ;I Refreshments: were in charge ofMrs.
most outstanding in the history of conducted in the high school auditorium ed in equipment to construct 2.4 .
The attendance banner was won bj' James Miller, lrs. C L,
the PahokC' Parent-Teacher .4.s- as part of the PTA program miles of state road between Chosen
the first and third grades with the ; Stuart and lrs. W. H. Cuchanan.
soc ation were announced by Monday night. and the government dike. The I --..
two grades to :hare it jointly dur-
President Carl A. Moberg at the Alton Jones. North Glades District Brinson concern was low bidder on
ing the coming month on account I lr3. S. K. Swayne and children
first PTA meeting of the rurrent, advancement chairman, introduced the job in August and was awarded of a tie in the voting. I of Clewiston pent Monday in Pahokee .
school year held Monday night in A. P. Patterson, scout ext'cuti'e the contract for a sum in th
Room mohter3 were named as visiting her parents Mr.
of We.t Palm Beach who amount of 818,000.00.
the school auditorium. The ,
Irs. L. .
and Y.
follows: First: Irs. D. L. Hooks Maloy.i
yea 19t7 marks the fiftieth anni- presented the awards. Other men On Wednesday of this week the I I

ver.ary of the founding of PT A bets of Troop 23 who received concern brought in about 20

and for this anniversary year the merit badges were John T. Picket, trucks draglines, rollers and other _,
men *rship goal for the nation Jr", 5 badges: George Rozelle, 5: equipment to complete the jb in 1m.

will ha 5.000.000, for the State of Frank RozeUt, Jr., 3: Leland Shiiley. short order with favorable teat Fine Cloth For
Florida 100.000, and for Pahokee, 1 and Bill Kirk, 1. er. Arriving the same day was a i HERBERT'S :I
GOO PTA members Mr. Ioberg, Troop 23 scouts advanced from trainload of Ocala limestone \\ith Ien and "Ol1ten

said. Elmer Jones, membership second to first class rank were which the stretch of road will bresurfaced. TAILORED TO MEASI'REHave !
chairman, reported a total of 388 Bill Kirk, Steve Kirk and GeorgRozelle. Native rock out of the 1 '
paid-up memberships to date anJ Leland Shirley and John Belle Glade pit will be used to I Your Ladies Clothes Tailored

asserted that the goal of 600 mem- T. Pickett, Jr., were given special build up the shoulders. The road to : By A \Ian's Tailor
hers is expected to be reached by; recognition as first class scout be rebuilt leads from the packinghouse

the time of the November meeting. possessing 10 or more merit renter past the golf course

The PTA announced plans to bad es. Melvin Tillis and severs to the dike. _. : AL BELCHER j .
sponsor again this year, in cooperation other Troop 23 tenderfoot scouts --- - :
with the Canal Point were advanced to second class Ir.s. C E Mitchell of Winter BOX 876 AHOhEE ,

PTA and local civic organizations, rank. Ha'en'isited her son-in-1lw: and
a Halloween part for Pahoket and Mr. Patterson: commended Scout daughter, Mr and Irs. Hugo Boe, nY1MIMl _
Canal Point school children to beheld master Melvin Spoont'r for the excellent i in Pahokl'e the past week. .
work he is doing as leader .-..
on Lair Athletic Field Thursday I
night. Oct. 31. Irs. HomH of Troop 23. I Mrs. E. R. Crossman and children .

nun. room mothers chairman, Jacob Weeks and Frank Rosen- spent several days with rely-
will ht' in charge of general ar- berg, memht.'rs of Canal Point tl\'e8 in Miami the past week whit 1t !

ran emfnts for the party. Troop 2t, were advanced from Mr. Cro\.man was on a husrnestrip TRIANGLE
to second das rank to 11'irchrster t'a
lrs. C. A. Shire gave a rtport tend'rfoot
Carlton, Troop 23, was mad',
on the !'('hool cafeteria which ha Bobby RESTAURANT
a deficit in September and Mrs. a tenderfoot scout. It w a: an- : -

W. P. Jernigan reported on PTA jounced that Troop 23 scouts were
I IS YOUR LIVER In Canal Point
finmc's. It was also reported that t'liihll':; for advanced rank as -
$liO electric rlrigt'rator : Life Scouts Leland Shirley.
a new
has htf'nIllktl to the :chool cae- I John T. Pickett. Jr.. Gouge 1.Bt'lk. CRYING FOR HELP Serving Only the Finest Food
terms t11I1ipmt'nt. The monthly attendance Jr.. and Frank Itozt'l. Jr :
awards were won hy Mrs. tar scouts George HII7.\'llj' amI because of constipation or faulty die l Heg-ulal' IeaI S Short Order
gestion? If you feel bilious, sour,
Charlotte Walston's fifth grade at Bill Kirk. bloated with gas, headachy, blue,
the elementary! school and hy the I --- -- grouch, you may be putting too bl;

tenth :glade; at the high: ch)1. J a burden on your Ih'er. Retained undigested JACKS A. I'IIILLIPS PROP.Iloiiiogeiiized.
Business'Vonlen food becomes putrefactivecauses ,
Featured on the program was d toxins, which overload the
reception for faculty mt'mht'rs of }liver, keeping it from working properly. -
Pahnkt't' rhotlls. All of the teach : Observe BPWT\Vee Then is the time to relieve your
tired liver by letting Calotabs hell)
erg formt'l a line at the front nature sweep the putrefactive and
the auditorium where they wen introduced partially digested matter from your --- ---
and presented with eorsages In observance of B&PWet'k.. stomach and intestines. Nothing act
Just like good old Calotabs Use as di.ratedL -
and houtonnit"res. Frank )et. 13-19. members of the E\'t'r- lOc and 25c! at your druggists_
noullt', representing Mayor T. C. ;lades Business and Professional
Richardson. Jan the address of Woman's Club conducted a special Take CALOTABS 1

welcome to the teachers with Phil program meeting Tuesday night at

lip Brooks. agriculture instructor, tht' home of Ann Geiger in Canal
responding for the facult '. Pnint. I
President Iht'rg announced the Guest speaker was County Com- \7l tit 11 l l l l D
appointment of standing: commit- missiont'r Paul Rardin who gave Classified Ads
tee chairmen as follows: Miss Bar- a talk on "Count Gonrnmt'nt" in

hara McNamara, program: Mrs.C. which he pointed out how the I! -o--o-- i

C. Mcarly. ho..pitality: Oun- work of the county government I Itit' !
SEPTW tanks and grease traps
can Padgett, public welfare: trs. in with the dub's theme for.. cleaned and rE'paired. Phone ; AVAILABLE AT YOUR
Amanda Jernigan, finance: Mrs.t'ena tht" year, "Let's Build Better Com.munitit'
I'13S12.: Bob Douthit, pahokee. l1jc :
Mae chrtt'r, publicity: Irl. +." 1--- __ __ __ '
Phara Mock. library: frs. Frances Introduced as a special guest nut S.\U: Fine display of New

Moose, lIhrary: Elmer Jones! menihership was Sarah Creech of Belle Glade, and reconditioned trailers. Small I
: Mrs. 11. L. Speer. auditor: tate B&P\\ second vice president, down payment balance like rent.4e -0..0LFA: -

Mrs. J. It. York historian: Ned who gave It report on the BP\\ \ have three lot and carry aleventyfire

Kocht'r, parliamentarian: Mrs.Izetta :rational Convention which she at.tendt"tI thousand doll l a r 3

Kautz, attendance: frJ. in Cleveland, Ohio. Irs.Crt'ech ', stock, we surely can solve your

Homer Barnes, room mother and presented Tommie Let DU-I'I hOl:.. ing problem. Arthur Trailer :

Hoht'rt O. Lampi music. Bose, local dub president, \ Sales, East main St. Pahdkee
Following the meeting, trs. G. a cop of the history of the B&PFt'deration \\ ;; Open from 10 a. m. !o 9 p. m. I II

e. t'I..1rty and members of her made available for the d1i1y including Sunday. tech I II I

\'nmmittn' served refreshments, rst time at this year's con\'t'ntion.

eonsi i ting of individual 'htt'achl'r" Clark Hull gave an outline of 10-1 I, nmU : Furnished house Phone 20 Belle Glade Fla. i
into, close in, ,
B&PWWt't'k. ready to move
cakes, salted nut and cola drink, rat dub activities during
in the school raftl'ri1. Retht'lle D brow conducted : rice rt' onablt. Some good buys
... -- in business propt'rty. Call Dan
------ an advertising slogan contest.firian i ---- I II
Mr. and Mrs. S. R Lovell ofMeding. Clause led in the group arpenter, Pahokle 25i1. StS2jr I
:fe.nn. have arrived here sin2'ing of club son s. 1'ltK11'.tN1'Ei for new I:: yard ---- -

for a visit with their hn and It was announced that the Belle : unit draghnt' It \\'. Sails Pa-
daughter-in-law. Mr. anti frl. lade B&PClub has invitedembers i hokee Hotel pahokt't'. f1a. N8pd I i
Dave Lovell.Mr of the local club to atnd : -- I IUTI't
e- a dinner meeting to bt held in :\ : Bean Growers: Limited I
A Servant of the Glades
and lrs. Norman Kennedy I tht' near future at Cle\\1stnn Inn amount of bean seed nearby.eystone !

had as guests over the weekend her I wltb the president of Tampa L'nirsity I : Brand, All hgh: g t'rml- I

brother anti i tl'r-in.1\\\'. Mr. and \'' to he' gtleat pt'akt'r. sting. iZO Ibs. Sure Crop wax i I

Mrs \\' (1 fl\rrL" I\f Dl'lraBe'ach. :, Other guests were Mrs. G. L ; \00 Ibs. plent !u!.;, 210 Ibs bl.lcl Tull

ms. Mrs. 1W, Cross. Sr.. I.lark \"alt'ntin..s' tiOt) Ib3. bountIfl1l 4 Buses : :

Phillips. Mrs Glen Abling; : \\'rite or wire \\'. L Murphy, salt'- Tn'l.. t Palm }Brach

lrs France: Mew'\st' and Mrs Car- i man f"rr.tli Seed Co. P. 0 n'lx14U.
Daily To n )I & l.ahbnd
t,.r I. rrarne: \"ann and Charlotte : Tampa, Fl3 1tl! }.r

atst'r.. -hostesses: assisted
Attention Iothers IIf rerhi1lrnt rem '" \I.t:: Three bo tiroom fran:.
'rs Geiger: In the t't'\.tr.
,.f cuffaret: 1' .'''Oatee :: house In Pahnkt't'. ht l00x1:
Cash or term;. immediate posses,' Glade Motor Lines Inc.

\\'t1tlltl! Y11IWkllnW:i a Sani- --.--- Il\n. C' E. Ilickerson Bell ,

tar ;antI E'tlUt1mi'a! Iliai'rer 1'I: ltll'hCIl'aughalt Gad._: _u______ --112.ih1tVIEi -E..Rrl\1+ J THF .11!"f .. .
\\ : ): 22 Horse "it !h"I' l
\ it't' tti Pahtikt.'l\ anti 1'ic'inlh .
Mrs b.a le'han. IVet PtlnPeach. :-'r: mast: hi' In A-I ,":: ht .
: t and F. A M: +'Faucher. at.' P.\ !." R.':le Glade Fla cup:: .

"f that city were manned m P.tv. I Null' Heralds may h.tt ." . .

I It M's. plea st' mail this ad\'t'r.: t'r.a fleas h on \\'t'JnHda Oct 2 TI". Prt' 0:: S.ttr ..':
,. 'A.d f'1''t'\'ti byerds
ailing ..
pIL kPrker.
nt B.5 St.'Ir\ :
ti ist'mt'nt, or a I"} h'arrl to Box here : .
AR Tcy Pa.1..i< :
' sin, Udlt' lI14it"lorid:1, to The bride wu a resident of Pa'kee
h f.r three .tar4 brf\1" mnvt .or: lit star: r )1Ir that I :." .
help us tt'h'rmint'! if the \'t.'n- ,'
:!:i: (' West Pslm fat-h She :i :r. f.o'r.1 :' : It'rat.r tad
turn would htl ia.i ifahltl.: f"mr1ond U IWr.tarv for Dr. Wt'.eorge .r heath ec ..; nt Tnrti arefiches .
i no and lIr Echauchen 11 3 his
1D 1 lor. : : tn .n : -

--- - I 1:1 rmpl() f of DUNlftE' dtpatt-I IlmftU. : s I ; IUsnf P3Ji. krf ..
II .: ..":.t t .r' :n Wr..! r11m Bea' t zr; : ,

Page SL The everglades Xew Canal Point, Florida Friday- October 18, 196.
shows some of the meeting; of the
Cinematic Chatter II"Big Three" and has the nfws-reel '\ '1
shot= of the funeral and burial as I ,
By Malcolm Millar its climax. It is truly a biographical : EVERY MECHANIC IN OUR '

, sketch that you will not want I ':
Scanning the entertainment sche- to mLs
dule for the coming week at the Also on the lighter side of the I
Prince Theatre I think it is going program comes a cartoon featurette Repair Department
I ii iii
to be one of the best all-around under the title "Tiny Terrors of i if
weeks of entertainment that has I Timberland" which will be a delight -
been shown locally in some time. to everyone old or young
Sunday- fonday really brings a As a fitting close to this proS ,i Holds A Certificate Of Proficiency II'II''I
super special program kicking off gram you will be sent home chuck 'I
with Roy Acuff and his Smoky ling over the antics of the "actors"in II In CHEVROLET Repair Work I
Mountain Boys in "Night Train tofemphis. a cartoon laffette under the title II
." This one 13 said to be "Crow Crazy:' !
jammed with music wise cracks Tuesday-Wednesday there is a I! To keep that car running have your repairs made bO QUALIFIED Ii I II Iit

and hilarity, designed to please all double feature with .That Night I
ii mechanics in a shop wen-equipped to handle any job on any i iIi
types of cinematic fans. So with with you" as the opener, starring
that to go on I am sure you .take Franchot Tone and Sussana Foster Ii car-large or small. I
'tr In.. and featuring David Bruce Louise II
Allbritton and Buster Keaton, with I;
On the same program comes a

picture' that will engrave on your many lending other their well talents known to make players this .. !! JUST RECEI'TED-L. SHIPMENT OF SET !
memory the name and exploits ota
r.lan who has gone down in hi9- a fine show This is a comedy : COVERS-ALL '
that will prove fine "theatre" for I'I'i
tory ac; one of the greatest men ;
all types of fans.
to ever head a nation and whose i I
passing was mourned by all peo- Second picture up is the lovely I II
pIN throughout the world. This i Ann Southern star of the fazie" :' '!
picture ioi "r.oosenlt, Ian of D-s- series offering her latest and one l'
tiny." It tarts with '-Ir, Roosevelt I of her lau hinKl'st pictures, "Up
taking offIce in 1933, and Goes Iazie" In this picture you Christian Chevrolet
brings us down to hL death It will find a car load of laughs to
make your night a memorable one.

Thllr.day-Friday: brings romantic PHUXE 271: PAIIOI\EE, FLORIDA
Cornel Wildt' with Anita Louise a..;
uit leading lady and a huge cast of
I i________ ___ __ ______ __ _ ___ _ _. _
I carefully selected players, in the __ u _ _ ____ ___ _ __ ____ __ ._ _, ____
''ddightfully romantic and adventuresome -
I story "The Bandit of
IT"S STRANGE THAT Sherwood Forest". which contains 1'.111UKEE ns's: BIBLE (L.S age attendance of one hundred tlOn Continuing the special seriesof
MONEY CALLED'DOUGN."D000NSTCKS enough thrills to raise the hair on Iemb'rship'irl' President Thur- during the season will be realized. Il' .-lJns on the subject of the
the heads of even the "touped:' mond Knight and his group captains Greeters Henry Barwick and Al personality of Paul, the teacher
Don't you dart to miss this ont' showed evidence of activity Belcher were nominated by Fellow- ,.will present "Paul Trains for his
TO YOUR fINGERS! Arriving at Saturday we find last week if the fine increase in ship Vice President Claude Shir- Lif work," A most cordial invitation -
another double feature with "Sun- attendance Sunday morning, Paho- ley to serve this Sunday The class is extended to all unaffiliated
ff'' Carson leading off the excite- kh' -Ic'n's Bible Class was a crUer- quartet with Re\ Moberg at the mm of this area and \'L..itors The
4"., ment with his Western thriller I ion It i is hoped that an enroll- piano will present its regularly class meets each Sunday at 9:45
"Ort' on Trail." Here you will get ment of two hundred with an a\'er- looked for program of two st.'le- in J.'t'I.lw) hip Hall.
all of the action one could look I
i3)il I for in a Western pix.
On the same program comes an
# 1I-'i+ I r- 'enjoyable comedy under the title
'Talk About a Lady", with Jinx
Falklnhur and Fortes trucker,
t assisted hv Jo Bt' ser and Stan
I .
Kenton and his Orchestra swinging I'
through a romantic musical that
will keep your feet patting: the

floor. :
'our "dou h" won't stick I See you at the movies---Mal. .
---- .
to your fingers if a fire, i AOM ?-c and Irs. W A. Cross, I

theft, or accident occurs, I Jr., anll daughter are visiting relatives U
in Pahoke while he is on a
unless you were properly 15-d3Y It'afrom he Banana

covered by insurance. River Bast' ,
-- -
Among those' from Pahoke who
O. R. BLEECII attended the Methodist Miami District _

Issrn.\SCI) 1)\1I0KEE meeting in Davie la.-t Thurs- Th'I ,. ::1]
day were T 1... Burns, Dr. W II
- Lair and Re\ C. T. Howes. Y V.

.:w. mt. !J]! 'nl

Prince Theatre ( 'T $ 'I ii 'iiI

Pahokee, Flo'ida

Sunday-Innday October 2021EXT1tA I

S'PIltSl'E'IAl41011'' EXTlt\

"Night Train To Memphis" I


'T.HHIXG I ''. ....;. affords the spacious comfort that is yours aboard a

'+... train. Instead of remaining cramped in one seat

Ho\ cuff and "S111oky Jlountain Boys"I'14L : -,). , -. ,;>1 throughout your journey you have room to stand up

a: -.0' and move about as readily as in your cwn home.
.. 1 ,, / On many trains you can stroll into a delightful
"' .- tavern.lounge for further relaxation. There's a diner
"Roosevelt Man of 1 /
Destiny""A I '
.IJI f'? waiting a few cars away when you get hungry. Clean

I -- smartly equipped washrooms arc available at all
biographical ,kllteh of \rodd fig-ure that times for your comfort and convenience.

mill nectar ill) fOl'g'ottln:' I' BIG AS A HOUSE The Florida East Coast Railway now offers six fin e,

The ncrida East Coast RaJ, smocth,riding, Diesel,powered trains daily in each
ALSO way' luxury coach s. now operctinq
direction. providing convenient service to I loccl and
cn mrf1T tram. are 6S .
fut lenq. 10 feet wide. lit r feet dIStant destinations gt low fares. You will enJoy theirhigh.
"TinTerrors Of Tinlberland"
contain more cubic feet cf roomy comfort arrive rested and refresh d, ready for

space than the c'eraye bvraam business or pleasure, whichever it may be.

( :\ delightful cartoon featul'ette ) boult. For information and reservations call

ALSO f'r :'l :.t1 Jt.: .. atirl Inf"rn.tlfln; : y"jr, lAK'dl

F "rd Edt ( ',,,;,,. :\ i'nt

"CR()'" CR. ZY"

( A slightly daffy laf f ette. I A Florida Industry and Institution.

:i :!!,:; ; .

Friday October 18. 1946 The Everglades Sews. Canal Point Florida l'age Seven

- --- -
- --
'Von13n's Society Has I quired in order for the group to Jacobs-Rubenstein CO\'EllED DISH DINNER I I

receive credit for the course.i Las t Sunday following the I CHILLS I FEVER

Mission Study Ion.A I Irs. Ralph Stanley president preaching service the older young :
Miss Mildred Rubenstein of Bal DUE TO MALARIA
appointed Irs. John A. Dulany. peopl 's training union met in Baptist -

mission study on "The Christian chairman, Irs. A. D. Beverly and timore, Md., and William Jacobs, Fellowship Hall for an organization I RELIEVED

Home and its Fulfillment" was Irs. Arch Blakey on a committee I MM l c. ts'ere married in San covered dish dinner meeting.

presented by Irs. R. J. Schroder to nominate new officers. The I FrancIsco, Cahf., on Friday, Oct. Thanks to the chairman lrs. Margaret BY---- 666

nti=lion study chairman at a meet. election of new officers will be held 4, according to word received this Wilkinson, a most delicious C.zraa 1w o:.;

ing of the Pahokee Woman's Society at the November meeting and the I week by Mr. Jacob sister, Irs. J. menu was arranged: including fried _
of Christian Service at a installation in December. C. Schoeppel of Pahokee. chicken and pineapple upside down "' I

meeting in the Methodist Church Plans were made to send a local The bride is employed by the cake.

Monday afternoon. The study delegation to the WSCS district government at San Francisco. Mr. The president, James Harry 1vi1- CHIROPRACTOR

COUrse will require three more meeting at White Temple Church Jacobs son of Dan Jacobs of Or- kinson led in the election of officers WEST PALM BEACH

clan room sessions, the last to be in Miami on Oct. 30. lando, has been in the service six program the results as follows Mon.. Tues. S 1yed.

held on :\0\'. 11. Twenty.fi'e'SCS --- -, years including two years of over- : BELLE. GLADE
Thurs. Frt. S Sat.
members enrolled for the course in seas duty in the South Pacific. He James Harry 1S'ilkinson, Pres.
Willis Tells Rotes
the first session and an average was awarded a presidential citation Roy O'eal, Membership "'.Pre.Mrs. DR. L. S. JONES

attendance of iO per cent is rev II I bout Broadcasting and has 13 service stars. Margaret Wilkinson, Social Suite 301')2 Compau Bldg.
I Phone 3650 West Palm Beach, Fla.
The couple are making their Vice President

!I i Steve Willis, manager of radio I home in San Francisco and plan Mrs. Arlene Starling, Secretary
.. I to visit relatives here in Januar ', - -
station 1VJSO, West Palm Beach ) lrs. Hilda Hull, Quiz Leader

FULLER was guest speaker at the Thursday .au. Herbert Thornebury, Group Cap. -----
- -- -- - -
luncheon meeting of the Pahokee Claude Jone.5 Group Captain

Rotary Club last week. Mr. Willis Reba Carlton Has Re\ C. A. Moberg. Sponsor

BRUSHES I gave a review of the history of Others attending were Mr. and Prince Theatre

I broadcasting and made some predictions Birthday Party rrs. Ralph Grimes Charles Wil.

Your dealer has been in ; as to what lies ahead in kinson, Clark Hull, Jerry Un\\in,

the hospital since July 29 I the future for the radio listner Mrs. E. J. Carlton entertained at Doris Jones Ellis Wilkinson, Bishop Pahokee Florida

and will not he able to be I The resignation of Stanton Chas.tamn her home in Pahokee Monday afternoon Starling. Meetings are conducted ,

around to see you for some i from the club membership was with a "don" party for in Fellowship Hall Sunday

time. If there is anything : accepted with regret. Wilbur her daughter Reba, who was celebrating nights -at 6:30.: . Week of October 20

are in need of drop mea I Geiger Blue Devil quarterback her seventh birthday an.ni'ersary. -
you WWWWsW
was the guest of Milton Salvatore, Each of the guests Irs. o. R. Bacon and daughter, I
card call at office at I
Sharron, have returned from I
student member. Visitors were was accompanied to the party by a
address IJelo\\ I have a John Ford of Orlando Arthur her favorite don. Refreshments of two.weeks' visit with her mother Sun.- Ion.

g-00l1 tock and I will parcel Wells and O. G. McWhorter of ice cream and cake were served Irs. J. L. Crew in Daytona

post anything y 0 u need Belle Gla e. B. Elliott, a past by the hostess. Beach. They were accompanied to
Thanking you for p a g t president presided in the absenc? Guests were Linda Sellers, Sun.ny Pahokee by Irs. Bacon's niece

favors, I am yours very of President P. P. deMoya.w Libhart Martha Sellers, Judy lane Crews, who will visit here.

filly. ; -- --- Murphy, Susan Johnson, Judy

Dr. and Irs. R. O. Glenn of Chandler, Gloria Rockwell, Alice NOTICE OF P1'1ICITIOFOR
Howard Jackson
Mountain City Tenn., were guests ,Joyce Spl'ncer'alerie Geiger, T.\X uno: :
I House mn Xo. 186!
Box .192 Pahokee, Fla. the past week of rrs. Howell Tan- i Shannon Geiger, Gay and Fay NOTICE is hereby given that WilitamSalhten A REPUBLIC PIcTUREji
. the holder of the following
-- nero 'Carlton and Sandra Rogers.
I I' 'ertlf1catfo ha. filed! said certificate fr
a tax deed to be issued thert>o The
certificate number ana year of issuanre i Extra Added Attraction
the description of the propt'rn' I II I
_. I
= = -H and the .hlch It a.'osl'dh
- name 111 w was
a, tolluw, Certificate So. 105-1. Year "i100Sf1'EL'l'. )1.\\ OF
1::1- of Iuance June 1.\ D. 19B. nESTI\ r"
! STATELIEST OF CONDITIONTHE I Description of Property:
Lots 16 to 19 inclusive Block 19
i North Palm Beach Plat So. 1 ai PLrS
In Plat Book 6 Page 30 Sections 3
::1 NATIONAL and 4. Township -13 South. Range Extra eartoo fl'atnrette
FLORIDA -13 Ea-t. Name 111 which assessed:
Edward HarrisAll
! AT BELLE GLADE of said property being In the "'I'lNY TEUUOU-:; 01'TJMlIEltlAI
I County of Palm Bt'ach. State of Florida.Cnles .
such certificate hall bt redeemed .
i!I Belle Glade Florida according to law the property
described In such certificate will bt ALSO
sold to the highest bidder at the Courthouse
II Condensed From Report to Comptroller September 30. 1916II door on the fiN Monday In the
month of So\'emht 19-16. whlth Is the I
IIi -Ith day of November. 19-16.
,II I Dated this 28th day of September, I (A laffette cartoon)

i I 19-16. J. ALEX ARNETTE.i .... ..
[ mSOURCESII i Circuit Court SeallClerk
of the Circuit Court

II and Discounts ....................................................................$ 5-11G35.G2 of Florida Palm Beach County Double Feature
Pub Oct. -t, 25. & Nov. 1. 1946.NOT1'E .
Furniture and Fixture ................................................-............ 10,487.93 : 11. 18.

!II Other Heal Estate Owned ............... ......_.:_.____...._.... 4,2912Prelbai(1 Notice Ii given hereby OF S1.1 that In and by Tues.- 1Ved.iOhE .

III Expenses ....................................-......-....................... 1.756,68 cult virtue Court of execution of Palm 1-sued Beach by the Count Cir-,

Other Itesources ........................................_................................. 2.00; Florida J dated t' 11 day of Julv 19-10 I
against Petty upon a Judgement

II Accrued interest and Income Receivable ........$ ,5-1:1.67; : In the case of, J t' Pt'tty. plaintiff."S I FpOLh01Stisalma '
Bonnie Petty dt'fendant. being case EOSIER jptU9t

.I j'' U. S. Government Securities ............................ 1,317,522.33: : no 11 161 therein In the principal sum
of Four Hundred Dollars 18400001 I1th David 8RUtE +
I: Florida, County and Municipal Boml158GtAJ: interest cost. and fees to bt added W1I OU
I thereto that. I. John F Kirk as Sheriff lcuistIEBAIi

Federal Reserve Bank Stock .............................. 3450.00 of Palm Beach County florida. have 'I 9 N
levied same on an undivided ont'.half wthB tterKeoton

II Other Securities ....................................._...._.. 4.04j,59 interest owned by the said J. F Petty Jocq.! n. di Wd
In the following described lands Located

Cash on Hand and Due From Banks ............._ 58t415.H 2.071.619.97; In Palm Beach County. Florida towitLots A UNIVERSAL PICTURE
I I 11. 18 19 d 20 In Block 1-17 In
the TOWI\'iltt'' ot Lucerne arC'ordng to
II The Palm Beach Farms Company Plat -ALSOf -
I $22,631,816.42LIABILITIES : No 2. recorded In Plat Book No 2 I
pages 29 to10.. 1n the office ot the
I Circuit Court of Palm Beach County. 0a
florida; and that I will offer the atort'
i saId interest ot the said J F Pttty In
I and to the aforesaid lan"- for sate to
the highest bidder for cash before the
II Capital Stock ....................................................._........_.._....__.... aO.OOQOOSur west' front door of the Palm Brach 6S
Court House In west Palm I o
p 1 u s ................................................_._.__.........._..... 80,000.00 County Beach. Florida during the legal hours I b.tt,
' of sale. on the 4th day of November A.D1946. ,
, Undivided Profit ............................................._............_........ 4830.31: I
This 2nd day of Octohf'r. A. D. 19-48.
It eserVes ...... ................................_.................................... JOHN F KIRK A. Sheriff I

Reserve for Income Tax .............................._.........._......_............ S,5.12.66 of florida Palm, Beach County ..

1)ividends l'Clarl'd Not Yet Paya le-......................................... 500,00Dl'posits I By Deputy John Sheriff McK'nctlC't Thur.Fri
, Pub Oct 4 11. 18. 26. 19-16 .
: I . -. . - -- -

e, S. Government .............._........._. ........ i 1,.tG7.Gtj i I ITIIF 11111F.NTH:CIRCUT Jl1HrI COURT. IRCCIT OF TifF:

All Other Deposits ........................................ 2,405,151.22 .IG.GlSS5 1\ t\iI rem. ICII1CFRY.P\I.\I REICH.COrNTP.ILORIOt. ,
So. U1i9 of
$ .G31slG..t2 I I j Palntiffrs : ?he

ROBERT Defendant 11 ....DOlSOS.I ? H E \WOIouhle
!I It !tc hf'rf'h ordered that yr.i R ,hrKH
Aaflson whose mailing re'cdn;' f' aparticulsry .
Leonard: :1. Usina. President : ac known' to the par.
: tiff 1P 0 Boa M Sa.\&U B !:ama
Dean 5. Campbell. l'icc President I"an: 'rJ being the defendant :nth
: :, aue are r..q'llrt'd to aypear In Feature
Milton I.. Ctlnpllell l'ice.Presidellt and Cashier I person or b\ attorney on the 28th day
I of october A D 1445 tr. the Bill ofConipasnt
Frank 11, Willer. Assistant Cashier : flrd against yoU 111 this
aur. In the Clrrutt Court or the Flfteenth SaturdayhOre
Mary C. Pole. Assistant Cashier Judicial Circuit In and for Pam I
Beach Counts f'lrldahf'f"ln Teresa .
Ch.r.. Lantz :Issi i tant Cashier A Addison l' the partiff and the rrr -. nn Trail"
:: sought bfolf,1 I dKfff or d\Irt"f'
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DIRECTORS yu It It hereby further r,rd'"l
that th:; r. ,tt"f' bf' p',ba'hl' t(.r .. ..11.(1ABOUTa .
(',)n '.!IWffl' un the [\f' iIIIt1 -
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8. The Everglades Business and ProfessIOnal Woman Club



: National Business Woman's Week


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COMPLIMENTS Theme: Let's Work Together For Better Communities rmu'lJm; "TSiJ

J Western Auto Program For The Week Clere's Service d

Cl Associate Store SUNDAY Station

iJ 1 Pahokee. FlClritl I'hokt. Florida
f October 13: Members Attend Baptist Church

Industrial Life and October 15: Luncheon Guests of the Lion's Club EB&P\V Lake Shore Motor N

Health Ins Co Social and Pl'ogl'anll\Ieeting- Company

Pahoktr. FloruLt Guest Speaker: Paul Rardin Dodge -and- -rlymouthD

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Paul's Service October 1SA11: Girls' Day Postponed to October 21 Christian Chevrolet

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Pahokee Supply nnll'LUIExn; OF ('OMI'IJMEN1> OF Bonnell's Beauty 1
Company Florida Power and Light Co BANK OF P.AIIOIEI Parlor
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Carter.Geiger Drug f II'I.UUXTS OF ('II'I.UIfX1'S Of- Glades Equipment

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