Title: Everglades News
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079910/00462
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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 25, 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: VID00462
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32615447
alephbibnum - 001981538
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New Belle Glade-Pahokee

Road Given SRD Priority

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Tale Of Two Cities m hstol'Y is a It'd letter day South Bro\vard ISiiiue
RECENT i il the ";latlt': For. on that day

i i iI \:1: Eo: t' :, ; i t. ,,;. t... 'ii! di<',!cit Post ITt 1.:.' ,"; t.ilt' !R.ad Dt'pal1m. n: 111 Se'-

OPEI TIO'SL'y : : : merrier: !',.. I.. tie .ttttluai. Hoaj did a rattler un- j :-t:1: .n \\-.t Palm Peach promtd Deviis Foe '0:1:
I l, tot huild a 11t'\\' road ', nPahokee
wual thing tt'rIay. ,
ye and Celle Glatlt' A road
P\1I1 ardin After Deanna sl>,lkenten for the I'uat-hungr folks in ; that nt't'dt'd because the 'l'mn- Lair Field Tonight
I the Glades present it pica tor a new trunk highway l between : mica of the two towns are closely ----
- -- I Btlle G1ule;} U1d Ptloket', the membet'o; rtJngratulat the related and adequate transportation biik' Iik, a real tniller! is in

In ,m. paragraph with jll-t a; : rulll' 1'ot their touted stand facilities nuis't Ix made a'ailIt't ste'e 1.1' 1..i lluth.11I f.... '1
nUll "i sr.re1 ity aol: I can ,'onmand! : Tifi'ento': no umli.mitll'41: Jm.hhlillJ heful'e' the t.ommis"i' : :!:'l !:. two town: art tn raain'tain 1', I' '1,.,', : !. t:' .' .
I want trt thank each and ryypt !!. There was no trrimorio!s tkk.te between rival in- : their outtandimr! pace! .. in the I;!.' .\\f; : I ....t:: g\: .
.r... n i. J' the splt.ndd; t'tlPd'i-; tert i.There. : 1lI'.nn and marketing of agricul- d .;'::0: tt1 U.Illd IIn 1... I tn t-i:
Hon :-i1\wn during the past fete had hen oi c1)lll'qe. 1Ionths! tit it. Sometimes bittttr : tn'a1 prndurts.Mttrdav's "i z: t i1 I t.t' st t't 'id! !1. I: .
munth- in fmaUy set'uring from :' and Pl'!'>ltnal in nat tire, I' : .'tln'l'ssi"n from the the! Iota! .Il'\'o. S" ::11.1 i iI .
Road :1'plt"tg SRI' .',!na' :ahout as the result of ,
the State Department 'i1' IiI't thte will I It t +
Hut aU th"t'a uettl dud buried when the time came to
( to build a new road between : : unititti i effort on the part of all ma1Y.at available .It t' S
pt'bent a demand I to tw} State Itoad DeI>:irtment. In their
Pahokt' To the : 'ont'ttn.1 l in the Gladl'S. Pahokt
noJl Glatte md i ( : game as tll'n' were at tnt , t
I own ) time the )('Opk' in the {;lades lead resolved their 1
members of the to-man (committee root } nil Belle Glade got together on ; hone: gams thanks tu the Dt-Ut-
who oreJt'\.1 a compromise" loea- ,I diff rcntes. In the demuaatic! \'e-antl-take of open distu II location of the road and a te-n-m31\' Glade High St.'hool'web is cooperating -
tion for the rcwld to all county Of-I sion. autagullistie opinions had been tined into :1 sin ;le11l'oi l'OmmiUl't' harked up Count)' Cone !: with the -abokt't high
id.1ts and tnf'mhl'rs of the of purpose that wa a !les on in community luring for mis"iunt'r Paul Itardin when ht' School in the mutual loan of each:
sources Development! Roard .- this \\'hu were privileged tu attend thc road hearing.They presented a resolution from the : othf'r's portable bleacher seats at
civic organizations and last but need road: !badly out there in the GladeIt.s virtually (county hoard asking: for the road. : home games.Loth .
least. to members of the State a matter of economic; life or death. The resolution from the county teams wIll enter this contest -
toad Department, I am indeed board Lkin; that Sitn make construction with god! records so far this
Xaturaly! in
an area that IH'ed-; highways as de pelately
If it \0. t in t9f7, came
gratt'ful. It has been a long hard reason. The Blue Dctils haw three
as the Glade there i bound to be intense rivalry of interest after Hardin
battle entailing many trips to lJy unminruus'ote j victories anti a gcordl'ss lie to
TaUahas."et' and other cities where in the routing of each new road. asked his hoard to request the their cJt'dit and the Bulldogs also
the SRP was in ession. But, I'\'e loul-JJUildin: history in the Glade, ha been aerial SRI) to put the Glades project at have won three \'Il'tori and md
enjoyed every minute of it. Our story of bickering; md diffu-ion of energy. There have the head of the list. with one defeat by the hands of
job is not yet complete. WI' must heels I'l'a in:, when the State IoaI: Department commi-- Unanimity was displayed at the the Miami Bt al'h .eleven chief 'On-
keep the SnD n'minJeJ1')' k) :dol1. finding the Glades;} peujile locked in a hOJwless death SRI> meeting when request was tinder for the GlIlfstrram Contr-
often that they have made us a grapple fit' this kind. ha shrugged ito collective houlders! made for the road and 50 outstanding epee championship, South Browanl
promise and we expect fulfillment and pa l'd un to other matter was this unanimity that Chair- II will have a definite weight ad'an.tagt' .
in the not too distant futurt' Cut the folk in the (;Juleha\' learned their It'oon-a man Bayless of the SIP suggested I booth 10 the lint and the backfield -
that it resolution of thanks bepassed ; and their 13 to 0 win over
of I !esson whkh the people un the coast have vet to ma tf'l" his hoard in which all
I hall pleasure speakingI by Ponce dt' Leon gives their forwardwall
fol'c the Lion, club in Pahokt'l They want and need that trunk higlilvay: betwecn Paho- groups in the county were recognized Ii better rating than the Flue
tIn Tuesday and the Lion group i\ i h' and Hl.IP!! (;Iacle, Shelving their conflicting privateuliiniun5 fur their excellent rocpt'ratilln I, [h''ils',
Ht-Il Glade \\'t'linesd\y of this : tht'v t ::1( 'ntil I to the State load: Board yesterday in presenting a request that ("ut'h C'1\'dt' Alley cUfUiidt>rs the
WI"'k.'hat tI'l you suppose: I : :.Uti paid. in t'ttct: : "guild the road where \'oU like tvithiut'r'ain t.t'n1t'd tn be the unanmmnu: opinIon :! Bnlldttg" more versatile and harder
ta.lkt'tt aLnut' 'Ihat's right! The I ( i.: i'urrapird; !: !limitatinn., hut huild 't imn1l'diah'ly," of all concerned.Itardin I driving than any tram the Rhselcvtls

new P-B( ft"d \t conclusion of ; - - ------ ----- - - in presenting; a second ban I1lt't sn far this sea' nand
my talk i\ Belle GJJllt' in which 1 I I r, lIlutln to the SUD offt'rt'd the has been \\'orkaDf.i his :1.' n
enumerated the many different TIlEY LOCATED Shell Coucern 'fo services nf Palm Peach county's hard in practice session t a.) ,'. kin
pieces uf road work St.'t'urt'd fr the XE\Y IIIfHI\rA' ,'ngnt't'f: and a engineering; party preparation fur tl1.' ;.: I ,-
Blades 'luring the past two years. tot survey taut a riJ'ht-of-\\'a; for niJht. The squad as .1 \, '" Ii I-
PI't Kitl, nt 1 lIrh Kirk l'rt'ntt't1 tome Itifleate t H..it' ::- t: a Lit ..1' !:I'l \1 t:: have DistrihutorIn tilt' new wad in order tn expedite i i pears to tw in JhlllJ.\ piiy-:' I' , .
a handsomely ('n ra't'f- 11)1an IlInmtt. ,.,. : constrution. The 8M arct'ptPII 'dibun. So impt.rta.t! !: 1'
P \\:11 .igr tl! I n
uf Service." and his remark a lot at IOn for tnew highway: The Lake Region this "ffff on the part Hf the coontv have been nutdt, in tli" : I Klineup.
: were most gracious And ht.tWt''n Par-okt' : hard.i .
e and n lie I ;1.1"f' :
magnanimnlL" \v h t' n ht" said From Belle Glade: I Now. an that remains is to keep In h-ff'atm. h'Ir.ty I is. ,I" 7 u(
that It'a. being awarded by the JUniUS Harris T-:: ",tk. Iket"tIi l.r l q..lOn th. SRD r.'nllnllt-.1 that folks in 14. last Friday night H" i' ,
dun for two years nf excellent Howard lIant'YF. null o-o..n: !..I\', ,\loth, r II:! and! :as. th" fladt.J>o are l'Hlking forward tot P"\'lls 1t.'III.tlat.what! \ thy
tr irk in behalf 'If better rd. in 11. \.anLandn:-.t: t t 1a' dl..tllloi-p! : : Witl till' ::' .j iv when the fir,t ihll\'t'J fill I ('''rl' n itd ..n I',tgt' 41
the J-wrJlatll: Tn say that I was : 1v. P. Pall ShtII .nu'l'n opens for bU-lCt..S fli '!:It w:1I: 1w In 'vol! :n crInstrtt'n - - -

I'I.Jntly :irpn..t'd anti grateful' 1 1 hon! :as BreggerFrt.m Belle Glade rordlfl t"t Ail auy ; ..f-t'':..-r"t.j_, 1 arlittr(!ali As
IS putting) It nuldly.Nei' Pabnkt't': :\,unt'f'mE'nt made this week by e------
--- Roll North
I. Marshall Lair: Paul Sa..str one of the nwmbo.rstf (city Burs lzOCk'I'
fwtur Plans.llOVe'l' Harry McIntosh the new distributing ctncern.Mr. .
T tV Knight riser his bfotht'f Ilt'mlan, ( Repair Streets Th,' HH.j.4; ; 1.14n deal 111 (,n'
( Pahokeehr Fra:.k Roselle and Paul Dt'lrdt'n of Belle Glade o.UlS are nII\r: : In cath.ts} will
T ('. Ihd.ard..onT are members of the new concern T::.' Pa: .k.>" I IV t .or.I'l! agreed growers are WJnder1lJ !." Y
.r ,l Mr: I ;r.&har.t toi Jlllmt'tt' ere men deserve a treat deal and already they have a lot of i ill I T:i' stLiv! r.:,;!.' t., I\ thr'.. arlttads to dal what t'l f'xpt'f t : ,.
:- '',! 1tce \ ....:t..r: 111 I'ahtlkt'thIs of l t'tUt for the effort they put Belie Glade on which tit build the t ,f rte k f.r :itr....! repair: in mark..t. \\'f'-r.f'WY t!., \ ..r
week tt "err they plan too move and forth in this splendid piece ofwork. new bulk plant. Just a. soon a.matenals Pth..k. ,. far\n 'hw'art street wa'f'ak.. !/oil said one if I 1. eReg
sir Graham plans t,1 open an It- n.r recommendation to are available. 1Jr. Sasse +tJW'nnt"nd..r.t. will have charge of 'on's oI.Ie't bay. rOn ..
1l'lit' hi I'n terminal leave the SRI) will be {"I1I.\\t'd alt clwlv said constriction work wIll begin I the repair w )rk when the rock ar- Mday tot this w"" 1\ .', f-
from the arnw .\ house and .m .is Bible; :t ws: Tinted out nn the new plant.Mr. rives. Recently the council purr. green, brought I t't 35 ;' r : "r
office were scarce It'nt'ft tie I V I fft, .:l>', Sassy r sand that the n.'v. I :tsl it "1t1-nato htnJ k..tt1r.wh and by WtdnfMI' th -f' f d
Iot't"r's list during the wt't'k, tI\.t. -. ------- hulk plant will serve the entire, u ''' ill ht' ':aryl! hHp city of hearts "Ht'dl..:, t. Op'ar
it ItlOk t utter before ht' made the Lake Ok..d1t11't' Rttl' md tht\'I !' r. "." .'; k. ; '': t t, -'r.et ;r. hamPf'r.
return trip too Homt'stead and in allprotat4lity ig-nt1 Lights Are outlets through n'lrt' ,l tatnn ; l' ",; r..t r On Wwlnesda:, F1"" : :.1 !1': -i
he will! come tP3hl"- Nov lit Pahokee will bt- sought Just U 5' .r.n af.r,.. -. --- t.TI, gtt: $2 25 \\'h h h .r : ttpentrfuls
kt't' to m.&k hs: home soon ducts are available from the new ( IOU: :" 10 ntT: : I1111I.LE I\ brougP' f 2 its' ' IJ
- .-.- -- T' ., .:r. d ::C. .. t> .. ; !,h'l' atthe plant At present the new Shat I : : (.il.\III: '10\" \\' pound hamper.Jtte ,
OIl) I11, nt" nu: urn railroad I :'':oi: ": r..ar the station In Canal POInt. operated h t In /'f'"r tha: r.\\\.r. rr.ay &.- Hatton picked a :fran
o L F1 :1n IJ hobbling around light: plant :r Panlt.t' hanger l'f Pau! :\5.r. 15 being served from l CUSS the Wright lifklr.g plan art- of 81&( kl t tf1 WedLe. ..t 1.1
this wetk with a busted rib and approaching: tral 5 d1 the blind Tampa Inter Shell products wiIbe I other meeting hu been called for they sold for S310 and $3 : ',
two or three ether nQ badly CI'qnJ will b- heralded ty a telland brought in from Port Everglades .. Monday night at the Belle Galdf' Beans frrm Ith.r 1fct1c'_" :,.
hui5'N At result t'f a fall from hu two flashing red ahts. Ctl- at Ft Lauderdale city ball AU growers art urged country an uttllt the :. .,: 'n+
tractor last wf'"k lie received ttelnt :ins of tttr ommunlty are ;rat,.. 'the Ow Point station..to t>r, to attend and tell wtttbn or not mark tll1 d. of Cf 10'V ". -. .. pped
:y \\tt':1Urred ad feU fug for erection of thca WAmJ: knoat as Paul' Stmcf' is Iota.. 1 h. plat it workin out ntithttartly. from this .are ..r. :r
acres the drawbar. 'l .a1I. i I Continued on page 4 a : stiff ('omPEsfa6ished --'!'

Page Two .The Everglades New, Canal Point, Florida Friday, October 25, 19t6

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For Its Goal Of 200
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region

Established 192-1 Published Every Frida, The special effort to enroll two I STUCKEY
Subscription Price 52,00 Year In Advance hundred in the Pahokee Ien's .
Bible Class i3 meeting with success '
The Everglades News 15 Entered at the Post Office thanks to the increase each Sunday I'
Fertilizer WorksManufacturers
In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter Mr. Thurmond Knight, membership -
vice president and his
Paul Hardin Editor md Publisher group captains are directing this
program. Groups headed by Paul of
Watson and J. R. Miller continue
Foolish Citizens to lead the class.A High Quality Distributable
Those violent citizens of a village in Georgia who threat- contest will be entered into be-

ened a poor old editor because he wrote in his gazette that ginning Sunday a week to termi- Fertilizers and Superior
"in country counties ignorance and prejudice rule and there nate Sunday November 2Hh The
is a negro problem hut in the cities where education and en- system of points will be explained Poison Bait
. lightenment reign Carmichael piled up a huge'ote" ought this Sunday. All captains are ask-
ed to make a special effort to be
ashamed of themsel\'es The behavior of these citizens
to The three highest will be
was O'f the kind that might be expected from pickets in De- present.honored accordingly at the buffet Now In Position To Serve YouPhone

troit. What the old editor said was silly. Education and en- supper for men and boys scheduled
lightenment are distributed in about equal ratio in the coun- for Monday November 25th Dr.
try and in the cities, but in the cities roughneck and semi- Russell Williams will be the speak-
imbeciles are more easily herded than in the country. The er. The oldest and youngest fath- 4201 in Pahokee
reporter now writing has "covered stories" of political meet- ers will be recognized as will the

ings, in great cities, attended by 5,00 or 10,000 people, and oldest for Monday November 25th
they applauded speakers whose statements were of an ig- This Sunday the class quartet
will present its usual splendid pro-
norance pathetic. Once he heard, in a Northern city, a great Rev. \ - -- - ------ -
of The teacher ---
gram songs.
with delight when the politician praised
mass of people yell C A. Ioberg will continue the
who tood like a stone wall.." Both the audience
Jackson series of lessons on the life of Paul
and the orator thought the allusion was to President Jack- one of the world's greatest char- PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERS

son, "Old Hickory'" At that time it was a sin in a northern acters of all time. This Sunday's
city to pay tribute to General Thomas J. Jackson. In the subject will he "Paul's Widening
cities, the pecialitie in profesions and trade dwell, and so Field of Sen'ice" The Bible rec- ,:
number of milllh narrower than the average mind in the ognizes three classes of people and il I I,;
rural districts. Charleston (S. Co) News and Courier. to these Paul preached All are I
invited to bring their Bibles and I CHRISTMAS !
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I !with the teacher discus these
Association on the ad\'iseability of 1
Ministers Perfect !classt's.
an area-\\'iJ concerted effort ty A most cordial invitation is extended II :
New Association all churches to stimulate church to all unaffiliated men and MERCHANDISE
attendance. The group was un- visitors to attend. The class meets "
The ministers of the Pahokl'e-, animous in its approval of a Go- Sunday mornings at 9:45: Fellowship I
Canal Point ar'ea met in Pahokee : To-Church Campaign to lift up before I halt on Bacon Point Road. -NO'Y
recently to discuss the work of the the people the call for church I The greeters selected by Fellowship I
churcht's. Those in attendance attendancl' Vice President Claude Shirley !
were A J, LivelyV., T. Blair, C. Gresham suggested a Youth RalIly I to serve this Sunday are A. P. :; ON DISPLAY
T. Howes, C It Moore, C A Mo. to be held at least once a year. llil'h and It .\. Burch.
Berg, and J. M. Gresham A sponsored jointly by the churches I __.. --
motif'l to the effect that a linis- represented in the A..soC' ation. It i make election while our
i To Appear Come in tmland your
te-rii'l; Association be formed made : was pointed out that the church Quartet ;1
by Moberg and seconded hy Moore, programs are, in general. completely In Pahokee On Nor. :! stock is i full. 'A mall dow payment will keep your
was unanimously carriet filled for the rest of 19.tG. II selection on our lay-away shelf until Cl1l'i:::tmas eve.le ,

The meeting of the Association : It was reported that a bus from The Sunny South Quartet of Ul'e to hop early. ;!
were set for the first Monday in the Baptist Church now can bring Tampa radio fame will present a II
each month. The group agreed 63; people from the migratory I special program in the Pahoket It0 ,I
that the Officers of the Associa- : camp to the churches of P.lhokee. High School auditorium on the -. I
tion are to be elected at the time ... night of Tuesday November the
uf the regular October meeting.I fifth at eight/ o'clock It will be III :
C. R. Moore was elected to the of- : Circle ConsidersVegetable sponsored by the p T A. The stu- I; Western Auto Associate Store ;
flee of Chairman. W. T Blair was: dent tickets are on sale at the high
elected a Secretary.At I Canning school office for thirty five cents. l Ii; I. M. LAIR, Owner PAHOKEE, FLA.
this point the me'tin:13 The adult tickets are priced at one ''u I
turned over to new officers DiSCU The canning of vegetables for dollar and can be purchased from I I
Mon of the program for the corning overseas relief was discussed as a representatives who will makeI
Thanksgiving Ikrio,1 was taken I project for the year by members themselves known. Because of the I
up. It wa decided that a Unio t of the Gertrdue Shirley Circle, liniit d seating capacity a limited I ,
Service of Thanksgiving in eaex Pahokee Methodist 1ti'SCS at ameeting number of tickets will he sold. All
town would he held. as in the past ; in the Victory classroom i interested are urged to arrange ac-
years. In order of rotation, the of the Church School Tuesday cordin ly. This musical group is
Pahokl'e service will he held in the I'' night. worth trawling miles to 'hear In
Nazarene Church. The service in lu. Dorothy Graham chairman, addition to this treat for PahokeE'. White and Yellow
the past hag been held on the Wednesday i, named Irs. Catherine Spencer, all should bt' interested because of
night before Thanksgiving Irs. Sue Rozl'lltIrs.. Lillian Beverly. the benefit that will be derived by
but because of a local conflict in' Irs. Mary Cushman and Irs. the P. T. A. President Carl Mo- Tux Pan
dates, it was deemed ad\'iseable l'J Vivian CauJill on a committee toselect berg respectfully solicits the cooperation -
hold the date ol-n until the November a member of the circle to I of aU.
of life ... .---
meeting. The minister whom a WSCS membership ---
the Nazarene Church will make will be awardt.'d. Irs. Graham
the arrangements for the service 1 I also appointed a church floral Special Sermons

The offering will go to the Florida I I I ronm1ittl for the month of November. Draw Large Crowds

ChilJren's.Home Socity Jacksonville I SEED CORN
The motion w\ made by Following the meeting the second A more tha pa'ity congregation -
Howes, seconded by Gresham I of a series of mission studies attended last Sunday
that all ministers cooperate fully I on "Tht' Family and its Christian ni ht's preaching service at the
in this service. and in the duties : Fulfillment" was presented by First Baptist Church of Pahokee.
assigned each by the minister in ; Irs. R. J. Schroder mission study The special series of sermons on ,I
charge.Howes. ;, chairman. Approximately 30 were "Why Southern Baptists are Not
sought the opinion of the affiliated with the Federal Council''
prl'sent."i lof Churches". is provoking much' Calwonder and

Adr.r...... I! thought in view of the Scriptural i
teaching relatives to the apostate

,From where I sit.., 6y Joe Marsh I Federated found in Revelation Church of the the lith future chap as Neapolitan Pepper

i trr
This Sunday the pJAor Rt'\ C.A. oy AVAIIAAIiLEIN'SECTICII
Moberg will discuss this chap-
( On Playing ter. What i+ meant by B.1bylm
: What about the col"r scarlet"The
the Fiddle Badly i Santanic Trinity" tystt'ry !
Babylon' The seven read., and ten I II ) :S
I horns All attending are m\'lt..d to :
-with nothing exciting than
'A laconic recreation in our town more
is getting together in one or anold Fond, and a gIas of mudt'ratf'othds II bring their Bibles. and take answeredThis r.\ltt'I ,I
a. these questions are
home and making mni ic. beer or cider
wa not intended t o hI'I a
Thtrr'j .omcbidy at the piano; a From wh'l'e I sit, it's a heapguitar I series but because of the interest
: a fiddle pla tr and Molly more imt"'rtmt to l_' 3 ptll'r fiddle I the stnnO13 wlll bt' e"rot.rlt'jI \ SEED CO.BREDRITE
Birth" "H'n 1\1" a harp' player, than not to fib 3t 31t I The musical famlof 'oni" fifty KilGORE .

What comes out in't the> l1t More important to be 3 part of the orchestra. choir and quartets wIll
American sn'T t'-\\"ith It+ tomm:1- "IUuminate'i: Cross
aument the
music in the whole wl1rlJ. In fact. i
nitr music, home entertainment At the morning:
baJ But Meditation Sr.J:
a lot of it is downright j
of Leer-than to order that the SEEDS
nOlkdy t'\'t'n thinly to gaesuon or friendly glass : hour of eleven in
t" critic-ilt' hold out for profersiortaJ p;r.'ectio I night sermon might better be understood -
n, t Besides, t like ti' pray' the I the pastor wall prea h on j .
lKcau"e the "ririt of h3rMony i4 fJJhl h hthtrrhumony : t "Satan the Imitator of God TIlt Pahokee Fla. Phone 201:
bt't"f'tn folly Mho / 17 la3ea q'J3Ttetill present ::1 sp ec.al
titer ,2th others C'dmp.1Yh enjoy ,,>-fi't: 'J.'L n selection "Jurs, Sa\'l00r Pilot Me I!
the .imple, homey atmo..pttre V The members are the bJ.lmf'5 P.I -
Grimes T Knight. C' Baker and CM '

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Friday, October 25, 1946 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Page Three
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'" ed and trees should be trimmed. !I Report Cards went out Monday, ,
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5. That the city of Pahok, regardless -i We hc.pe everyone was happy.
Life On The Campus of under whose depart- I i -
!I There will be a F. F. A. meeting
AT PAHOKEE HIGH SCHOOL ment it falls, should clean negro .Thursday night.
town of all rubbish and correct allsanitary :: --------

New City Administration! The conditions. That the city TOCNG PEOPLE'S UNION I

girls of the American History should also recommend to the I I Roy O'NeaJ was recently elected
took Palm Beach County School Board PILE LUMBER
classes, elected by the school I.i Membership Vice President of the
office at 9:30, October 21. Mayor that an indoor toilet should be in- ,
McLarty, and Chief of Police, Lois stalled in the negro school. newly organized older young peoples CONCRETE BLOCKS CEMENT
Morgan, divided the councilwomen 6. That all sidewalks be repaired II union of the First Baptist

and deputies into the different departments and should be free from rubbish. Church of Pahokee. His campaign Phone Our Main Office . .BelIe Glade 25
to enlist all
such as sanitary, utility i. That drivers should not be allowed -: the members of the
and side- I church eligible for this union is
etc. Several cars were tagged to drive park on
for improper parking, and a few walk in front of school building. 'meeting with success. At the reg-
violated the speed limit laws. 8. That steps should be taken to'',I ular meeting this Sunday at 6:30,
from road to sidewalks I a name for the union will be dis-
Among the first to receive a ticket : beautify ]
At our store \re have samples in
: :cussed. President James Harry
for parking was Mayor Richard on East Main Street.
I I Wilkinson will lead. Social vice
9. West Main Street should be
eon, who was relieved from court Stock of Nationally Famous
and should be president Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson
appearance by putting up bond'i paved parking regulated I
After a very busy day, the acting I to more of an angle. I will report on the spaghetti supper

city officials held court at the Pa- I proposed-last-..Sunda. .. -'.-- I GOODYEAR RUBBER
hokee City Hall, at 7:30 p. m. last We the students of Pahokee High I
night. During court session, Mayor School extend our sympathy to :I Singing Convention FLOOR COVERING

fcLarty presented Mayor Richardson Mrs Frank Colson, in her recent Will Meet Sunday
with the following recom- loss.
mendations drawn up by the act- I Venetian Blind made to order in wood or
ing councilwomen: We are glad to have frs. Robina Palm Beach county singing convention meta1. timate5 Cheerfully Gh-en.
1. That 2nd Avenue be paved Blakely in the absence of frs. will meet at the Landmark
2nd, Frank Colson. 'Baptist church in Canal Point on
. and aU right-of.ways on 1st.
and 3nl Avenues be cl aned. i ; Sunday, Oct. 27. An all day sing ""indoand Bathroom Curtains and Shades and

2. That all rubbish be removed Mr. Lampi was Master of Cere- will be enjoyed and the folks are Linoleum Rugs, Gx9 and 4xG. Used Dressers,
: invited to bring well filled baket
from alleys. monies during last Friday's as-
3. That steps should be taken to sembly program. The band played Fish and Swamp cabbage will be Mattresses and Hot Water Heater:.
have all vacant lots cleaned by the several Boogie Woogie numbers. : served. Dinner will be served at
property owners. Mr. Lampi seemed to know the noon hour and the interested
would in details are urged to get in touch
4. Streets and sidewalks on Ba- exactly what the students
com Point Road should be repair- lik(, It was a very good program, with Rep Cowart in Pahokee.I The


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Four The Eyerglade3 Xews. Canal Point. Florida Fnl.iJy. October 23. 116Mr.

Bill Shipley of harlt'sto1. S. C., I Bud Harvey Is Shell Concern To- Xor. 11 Celebration
is visiting his wife in Pahokee I

this week. 'Rote Club Speaker Continued from page 1ted Plan Of Belle Glade

Mr. and 1's. D. Killare:1 of in the packing! house district

-wiston and Mr. and 1rs. L. M.Killaten Bud Harvey. Palm Beach Post- i and was opened for business this Pians are being made In Bd.t'

of St. Louis Mo.. were Times rl'portl"r.'o"as guest .-prakrr I \\'l'k. It is located in :1 new buildmg Glade for a big armistice Day

of weekend gu;is of Mr. and 1rs. I at the luncheon meeting of the Pa- C. J.Hendry. l't'lt'hmtlOn: on Iondn'0\'. 11.
and Irs. D. L. Pearce l recently completed by
Ok.dl0b'e announce the birth ota I C. B. Starling.Mrs. I II okl't! Rotary Club on Thursday of The Triangle restaurant according to an announcement

daughter, Donna Lee' at thaErrrgladt's I J. E. Sullenger. Sr.. and Ir.1 last week. Introduced by Presi- I L also located in the same build- mad at the Lions dub on 11'edne--
of dint P. P. deMoya the -speaker I day of this wE'ek. Mike Murphy
Memorial Ho.'pital on and trs. Robert X. Sulltnger .
gave a talk on his experiences in inc.Paui's will IX' in charge of 1
of the general ar-
Oct. 21. Iarion. Ky.. are guests I Si'\-ICt' Station i:1 Pahoieee -
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bethea of 1mmokalH' senior 1rs. Sulleng-er's son and newspaper work. I is to be continued in operation ran;E'ments for the big day, it was
The club went on record as approving -
announce the birth of a daughter-in-law. Mr. and 1rs. J. i by Paul Sassds brot er-in-la\\- said.

son at the Everglade's Memorial E. Sullenger, Jr., in Pahok this the new proposed statehighway i Ronald Watsm:. Festivities for the day will in-
between Pahol.f and
dude a parade and barbecue and
oct. 21. week. --- --
hospital on Belle Glade. as recommended by a dedication of the new American
-- --- 1rs. C. P. f1this has returned I0-man Pahokfl'-Bl'lle Glade cornmittee Independent FootBall Legion building' A big dance mIl
Cltafter visit herewith
to Panama a
following its recent study vf bring the days activities t.) :itclose.
- :
in-law and daughter.Mr I Team Is Plan
I 1 the most feasible location for the I .
.. and h'5. H. M. tcInt05h. I nt'hihway..
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A fishing party off Salerno was I ---.. An independent foot ball team

!",! enjoyed the first of the week by is being organized in the Glades Barher Shop Adds

and Irs. Frank Friend Mr. I.I.1r Cub Scouts Hold and E. H. Browningformer Belle

Mrs. James Burnside and a gh-I and trs. Al Friend. Earl Fri nd.O. First Fall Meeting Glade coach and now Pure Oil One :More ChairGenr's

t>r.nntta.. of Miami are \'Iintmg 1 B. McClure and Lloyd Huntley.Mr. distributor, is making! an effort to
and Mrs. Lloyd Hundley. Mr. i I to barter hop i3 underging --
hrr hrother-m-law and sister, Mr' Cub scouting activities got under : get enough fellows together
Caruthers, inPahok.e and Mr..;. Earl Friend. Mr. and Mrs.AI I make formidable opposition for repair this week and plan
anti 1rs. Raymond in Pahokee last weekend when
Friend and John Huntley were fellows from call for addition or another chair.
this week. Pen One of Park 23 held its first other tt'ams. Several
I dinner guests of11'. and \Irs. +I The interior is being repainted and
Miss Virginia McClure and Miss meeting of the -season at the home' Pahokee haw joined the Bl'Owning-
Ruby Jan McClure have arrived itPahokee Frank Friend. Mr. and trs. Lewis I of If's. Frank Rozelle den mother Coached aggregation and it looks Mr. Butler proprietor, plans tl' refurbish -
and Mr. and Irs. .\. E. the furniture. The three
I' Friend be
for a VISit with their par I Friday afternoon. like a fairly good team might
various evenings of the tonsorial artists in the shop will
entsMr. and 1rs. O. B. McClure. Morgan on Den officers elected were George the result.
week.Mr. I I hl': W. M. B\tcht\lor. Hugh Fra.t'r
Curtis Ituison has returnee past Houlle, den chief: Jimmy Rozelle Browning! said that tentativeplans
and Irs. Earl Friend returned : and Mr. Butler.
where tll' spent th call for games with Ft.
from Maryland: dtnner: Calvin Pad ett. assistant
summer Engaged in the vegetabit' this week to their home in I derner: Don Adams: keeper of the Pierce, Stuart Lake 1Vales. Tampa -e _-----
Wichita. Kans.. after a visit with of and Irs. D. D. CJud:1I
harvesting contract bU5in s.;. buckskin: Churh Elliott music l' and the junior varsity team Principal
D.an Nelson of Orlando was ahlin his brotht"r-in-law and .ister. Ir.I I leader. and Billy Crews mascot. : Hollins. Fellows interested are had as guests the past week hisparents.
and lts. Lloyd Hundlt'Y. Mr. and i iI touch with ('oachBrownmg Mr. and lrs. J. K Cau.lull
: visitor: here on 11'ednesdayof Il's. Itozelle will hI' assisted in her urged to get in
this \wk 1 I trs. AI Friend. who accompanied Christine f Kest Palm Beach.
den work this year by -
I them there fr'omrtehita.. will re.
returned t .
11'. oscdll' Elliott and Irs. Mike Hoperich.
G.l.: main in Pahoket' through the St'3- -
11'tlnesday! from Colluitt. I <- -

were he pent several day, assist: son.C. PIlr.I are being made to get the

i1g; in the harvest of the p.anut i Griscom Johnson prominent the other two dens of Pahokt't' Cub
his farm. I Pahoket' grocer, is in Tampa Municipal I BERRY FUNERAL llO1EArnbulaiice
crop at Gtorgia Pack 23 on the active list within
where ht' i; tmdergoing -
Irs. II. T. Williams and P. M. hospital the nett few da 's. Den rnet'tintc-

('at"'. Jr.. were callt'tl tu LeesburgMantlay I atment this wt't'k. will be held regularly once a week
Ir.and Irl. I. J. Frasure. Jr..
hy the illness of their I and a pack m't'tin11ll't' a Service

fathl'r. P. M. eate, Sr.. a former has as a recent guest her moths.Mrs. rnth.Knights: .
i: W. E. It'tcalf of Tampa. .
Pahnkt'l' 1.t'.;itent.PiJ --- -- -
; p Dulany 5fJn Cf Mr. and! I Itr.i. ----- I PahI\ Ph. 2Un: Belle Glade Ph. 2.17I

John AI Dul.tny is a patient i, :\t\\'I.r: OWIZEU: ('1.i ..\", : Xcptunc

at the Everglades Memnriai Iles' i \nI1011l1l't, nt i, made of the Get New Members I

Jlita' where he is receiving treat- : newly organized: Baptist SundJY

I School class hy teacher lrs. J.
11Il'1. Iv: an ear infection thisweek.
1 :'" ii'tue fl.-h liv Its/t'tant! !
I Chastain for the young matrons of -
the Pah.kl'" tl'n's Bible ('fags I:; - !
Mr. an.1 Irs. J. K Wilsun and ; the clench and all intt'I't'4t',1. :\

daughters: have I..turnt'tl from a i business meeting will IX' conduce newly re.t''im t'lt'.too special junior attention bov's RlIndayS'hool hV tht'' PIANOS ..JErELHllTSIC j;

visit with Mr. and trJ. Charles ed at which brae the nominating ji I
teacher Bishop Starling .
committee will present reeornmenIdttiltn -
Ibtkhvll! in Bmi.1.:
last Saturday he and his grout .I.v. UASIILIYJEl !
ofIrs. .
Irs. \\'ilbur olt.rts, sisters
I __ _._ n" nt tu Xo. 10 Spillway and dt'm- I
Ioht\rt O. L.1mpi. has accept- "nstr.ittd their agility tn the ex .1LlIt !Bdll' (;Id e11:1. '
I Ii a position in Julia' lea, tySdon
for membl'rs
: Paholee Council t. I1t of qualifying ]
which at Pahok"t'
.11 the recently named organizatim
next week.Mrs.
e. It
"Tht' nights of \t'ptunt
G. \\'. Byrd Sr.. visited Accepts Tax Roll 'Bud'oh'n.. orial'iel' presitlent
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hl'r ,:oon-in-lw: and daughtt'r. Mi. .
i i. the leader The program r01t'tll
and Mrs. Elarh"t" in Fort
a dose with the frying
l.uu'ttllltonI'! the wh'kt'nd. She Th Pahokl'l' City Council at a
fish l't a!. Junior Hobby Carlton
was home Mr. and meeting Tuesday night accepted -
.t' t'ompanit'l hy regtiar
: Danny Mullis. Tommy SheppardCharles
M rs. Flarlee.Mt. : the Hilt, municipal tax roll
..: Imog't'nt' Hough. .tlldt'ntnur as submitted hy Clerk \\'. P. i 1Cul'dy and Gent Car Trees Vines Shrubs Citrus
l'Utht'rs the According -
: completed patty.
:...' at AlrhtletUmty Hospital 11'alker. On the roll is listed taxable :
to the teacher this is jut
of all sizes awl earietifor
Gainesville will arrive in Pahokt't' property with the assessed
j the beginning of many good thing si
this weekend for a visit with her valuation of $1.31P.l23.00 from your St'loetiull.
i to l'ome.I i
uncle and aunt Mr. and Irs. Lee I I which the city will collect $2IlGi.- -- --. -
Ita'l 17 in taxt' I I4AN1)SCA I PING

I. R Guthrie and daughter, Mrs.Bose Planswr' made to reassess all : South Broward Is-

tt'\'in. are spending this property within the city limits for a; you like it. \\'e are Organized and ecluippetl to doa

week in [)11lI las, Ga.. on business.Mra. the 19F; tax roll. It was voted to .: Continued from page 1 tltorou.fh job from plans to completion of planting.As .

Terl'.a Hawkins has gone employ the er\'i'l' of a l'pt'cial really can do when they get their I

to Atlanta Ga., where she is thl'Ju.t tax agent who will cooperate with dander up. Expecting the game ttibe

of her son-in-law anti daugh.ter. the city tax l'ommi..si n in the reassessment -I I a breather, the Pahokt eleven always, you are

Mr. and trs. fo'orrt' I'.lfks. pro ram. fUllt'J around the first quarter anti wl'lcoml' at our
Mrs. Hawkins plans tn undergo an Marvin Cowart streets :1upt'rin.ett'ndt'nt. let the pernt1 end with Delray

i peration while in Atlanta.Mrs. was authorized to purchase -I leading i to 6.' Shocked into action N1'III1: : :..: 1100 Southern Boulevard (Route :-0. 23 at

14. 14. Rturkt'y visited hersoninlaw a carload of flick a month ; hy this surprising turn of City Limits I. \\'e-t Palm Beach Florida

anti dtI1Jhh'r. Dr. and for the next three months for I event... the Devils shiftt'd into high

fir+. It Sam Mosry. in Miami this street construction and rt'pair. ear in the second quarter and ran ISLANI) LANDSCAPE CO.

week.Mr.. It wa voted to haw the city five touchdown.. Rodney Connell

anti Irs. Sam IIt\ntlw.on of erect poles for new street lights in : tarrying two, Thomas Dirk'on.! two

South B.\y and hUlli.'t'rt' guests sections of the city where there I and Floyd Peacock, or.t Th'. St'I"I

'If Mrs. Minnie 1. Hushes and Mrs.Ilertha ire not a suffieiert numbr of utility -I und hal proved a field day for the
Starling the first or the service poles. I reserves when Coach Ally pit:

week. I A motion was passed fnt'hiUnan ; Ivcrvthing hI' had in unifl.rm on

':" .\. DUl'k\\'or UI'a... called to )' employe tit the rtty to make the playing: fit'ld.

('nll1mhu 1iss.. this week by the i nurrttases for the city until a Probable starting li'll'-ups: Authorized Dealers .

dt'.tth of his btht'f. I h'qULlt1on hp i'i' ret'l'iwd from Pahoket' Dari.i

!';C: LII Tetsley. Spartanburg.S ; tnt'; city dt'rk'. uft'lft' Latham It' Danas7.ak, 11'1s'O\SIN .\lIl ('OOLED) iN'GINE1LS ;

(' and I\tUe Lea Canr.ld..1., I It was Voted to spend $100 in Sims It C Danlpol l
O 1tEI .tllt P.HTPIPE
( r"-n\'ltlt'. S. l' were guestof Ilty advertstn; in the> souvenir IR Brewer

Mr: Mary 1'r.Ilff In Pthllkt't' program tk'ing prepared for the I Wt'at ers C Flr.I k.'
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t t' l' I': '.\ ; !:.'nab; 'IIr.wntl j.f the a''It' Raker rg P3rktr..:

't! Lt .\; of 1Sh'tesalr; Frt' J' Jlntlrt' rt \'. '.' 1 I inch tit 2 inch

F"' I'.i \',':t't ,hit, I:strlhutonl Fr.-red rr II.I!!

\ .: 'h., !:-I l,i ::: Ptlm Reach: .Iieig I.r qh nranH'r;.'!' :\EW I'OHT.\BI.E 11'FLUEII Inahtlin: u.. tn

IS YOUR LIVER I. '. GlIhs lh Steer. ; flu am' hind flf h.d ('on..trticlion at an% place

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CRYING FOR HELP l'Ot1nd: 1)ariltepre I Drks.tn f h T:. .':. \.' 'tlitliitii't'r-: f.f

4)f fads Ref- r'"t' M ,,'k r." : 11tlll.ITION 1 ; .t\1)() II It.\1\\: (a:: I'llY1)11.11'I.I 1'\11':'
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c'rl''n! b the dune t.1 ft'.t'\ vru'tirtxt q't'r: Jm'IY \\.n*, .; l (' :" P.L"tt' ,, '. T,: .! i t.. .,. . TilE (; 1. \111."
hoer b le.:tng C's'.1bs help ... ....
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Friday, October 23: 19-16 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Page Five

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Halloween Party X Beverly Office oluan's Club Hears I be a luncheon affair on Xov. 12j

We Are Now The Is Swanky Affair Irs. B .Elliott Speak i' with Mrs. A. E. Morgan, Irs. Lt'"

Better Taylor and Ir:1. B, Elliott! in
One of tw! swankIest offices in At a luncheon program meeting charge of arrangements.Mrs. .
Frances .Mo)se md Mrs. C.T. ,
for Than Ever Before the t'ntllL kl' Okeechobee Region If tae Panokce \\\man's ClubTuesday
Howe: were introduced :u
l.i that of hx E. Beverly, I1c., Mrs. B. Elliott spoke of guests. Irs. Ora Powell, publicity

WisconsinAirCooled wg-etablt" brokers located in the the work women are doing in the chairman, acted as hostess at th;
I The feature attraction flf the. newly elected -cooIi.1g plant of efforts of the United Nations organizations luncheon She was assisted by

bIg Halloween party being sponsured the Jones Brothers company in to build a lasting Mrs. Minnie L. lfughes.Mr. .

I hy PTA with the cooperation Canal Point. The Beverly concern peare. Tae speaker was introduced ...

of civic organizations on Lair ha- a suite of rooms on the second by Irs. Leon Spooner, club and Mrs. Robert O. l.3mpi

I Field Thursday night, Oct. 31 will floor and workmen this week completed prl' id nt. and children and Mrs. Wilbur
Motors hI' the gay and colorful costume their task of getting the of- Plan were made to choose thE Roberts spent Saturday in Miami
I parade. fices ready for the new office furn- club project for the year at the: where Mr. l.3mpi attended a Band-

\Ve hay e them in : Mrs. Jess M. Elliott, parade. iture. next business meeting which Vei1! mastl>rs' n1t't'ting1lli -.
and awards chairman, \\'ord in the vocabulary of thefarm
stock also Repah' j -
has announced plans for making editor of this newspaper ue

Parts J this year' parade more outstanding lacking when it cornea to describing 1 I t.l:l.il"Ll!' )'ltu.r/'ffi'1M t n 1IC11l1ltlltt(1ttllr' ::,
the handsome furniture in the ,
-oCARVER- : and successful than ever
fore. Children from preschool age I Beverly oWct' The floor covering i Fine Clothes For
i through the eighth grade will be I is something modern and up-to- HERBERT'S
PUMPS eligIble to march in the puade. I date, the like of which this reporter i Men and \V'0I11Cn :

Thtse will be divided into eight has never "ten before. On thboss' I T.\II.OHED TO IE.\SrnE

SUCTION HOSE i groups: preschool, first grade, desk are three telephones I
second grade, third grade, fourth over which the genial Max con- $ lIan Your Ladies Clothes Tailored I
I and ducts one of the growing and outstanding By A Ian's Tailor
andIrrigatioii : grade, fifth grade, sixth grade i
vtgetahle brokers businesses -
I I st.wnth-eig-ht grades.
I Thirty-two S1.50 cash prizes will of the Lake. Reg-ion. ? : !
Pipe i he awarded four prizes to each : --- -- AL BEL C HER

group and the costumes will ba Diamond Ball Has cox 876 AIIOKEE :
ago t\tilabll' judged by 21 judges. three for each '
Eight Teams Playing
I r..up. In each group a prize will > I .
-0 ;i be awarded to the boy or girl -
wearing the costume most typical Dorsey Pugh, impresario of the
If yon hunter; are in the I
lof Halloween, another prize to the' Pahokt't' diamond hall league. said
lIotion you better top by this week that eight teams havebeen
I boy or gill wearing the most comi -
anti Jd your lieeue Bring i teal costume and two prizes, one invited into the league and

eight bucks with rou- 'OU to a. boy and one to a girl in each that games are played on Tut's- i I
will ,get a little change hack I group judged! to bt.\ wearing the day and Thursday nights. In the I TRIANGLERESTAURANT

-rery little The Judge : most outstanding costume, either league a r.edt'31 is planned in

rJoe'n't rllt liS with more because of its beauty or its originality : order that more interesting hall :

than one hook at a time 'O : or its cleverness in depict-j games mat. ) the 1"l'!ult.'in- I I I

we will l Jw out of them as ; mg some ch.rartt'r. nets will play winners and losers i In Canal Point
The parade scheduled to start I will play losers I
"fh'noi have them :
we I promptly at i:30 p. m., will be led Several of the proposed teams'are
I hy the Pahok High: School hand a little ::hort on manpower and Serving Only the Finest Food

\\p managed to get a few followed hy the aMI I' children in case any reader is interested in
pairs of ratt1elIakl' leg.giilg I with the little toddlers! bringing; playing hI' should get in touch Regular Meals & Short Orders

; 'I'Ilt'y nlay bL\ your i up the I''ar. Mothers who are with DIit'St'y. Pugh.or Rupert I.'k.
size. 1 lnpert; )bought a pair. : i plannir to enter their preschool - - --- I

Ill' sea it mlkl's you feel : : agt:, chilthin in the parade are asked Mission Study Br : JACK :1. PIIILLIPS PROP. I
: ; to make arrangements with
J let hiI' when you ''an into
.: I Mr.-. Gene ldlwain tPhone 31l1, : Group On Monday
the palmettc knowing a '"
who is chairman of that -ruup.,
snake 'au't bite through
: .
Each of the eight groups will bt"jUdloJ Mrs. Stella Mulli-, mission stud.
thO.'ll leggrns; laying in the separately and aU 21 uf the ('haj"o'm. fm'srntt'l a missi i 1.1

hunt i lug buggy; judges>s haw been srll'rt'd. The tlld.\. on l1ssions in the Bihle" :1 t

:judges, trill meet in the school audit'o : ? m'>ttin; of the Lotti Moon C'ti !'-

i iuni at 7:15: before the start of ('Joo. First Rapti.t 11'ML', heM Monciay -
AMMUNITION I Ow parade for final instructions afternoon at the home fMrs. I1oiIioeI1ize41"

I from Mrs. Elliott. I J. C. to'k
.A nutll allott1nentha -- --
Read at the meeting was 3 letterfrom '
: (1111(11 OF (1IHhTI the .tptist Chil}.hen's Home '
arl' \'edlno t- Ir.allllill D Jlilli
I ( It: TI'TI I Arcadia, thanking the circle for a

h' larQ"e hot hut I ""PHOBTIO AFTER V .\Th" i;I"box of gifts sent rff'ntlto, Miss ,

i i is the subject of the Lesson-St'r-i Dtothy Thomps,1n, Ut 10 (' '11I
: ht' read in -o :- -
mon which will W lU'1'i' pl'Oteg-e at the tomt' It
011 Churrhl'.s of e h r i s 1. SCll'nUsl. I was announced that the next rin'; '
throughout the world Hn Sun J}', i meeting will bt' held at the rhUt--h AVAILABLE AT YOUR

October 2i. on the afternoon of Oct.2S.. I
ALAR I CLOCKSOne The Golden Text is: "m s.....>d is ---_._ iI I i GROCERY STORE ,

the man that t"ndurtth temptation Dr H. W. Blackburn, Methodist

whole dozen ; for when he i.i trit'1J, he shall rt''t''IW I Church Miami District snperintt'n-I -<>--0-:

the crown of life, which the I dent was the guest of Reand :
Lord hath promised to them that Mrs. C. T. 1I0\\'I'S the first of the :
Electric IronsOne I
f dove him" James :121: I week.i I
I Among the citations which comprise i I II Ii Ii LFAPhone

\\'hol\ half-doz. i the Lessm,Sermon is the foI- I i

I lowing from the Bible! : "Do all i i i .
-n- ; things without murmurings and
Classified AdsSEI'TI
I 1 di. putings: That ye may bt' blameless -
and harmless: : the sons of God,

Dishes without rebuke, In the midst of a : 20 Belle Glade, Fla .
: ( tanks and grease traps
Silverware I crooked and perverse nation, I cleaned and repun'd. Phone
I among whom ye shine as lights in
3Si2. Bob Douthit, ahok(>e. Ujc !
Enan1el\\'Hre 'I the world" t Phil. 2H,151.: !

The Lesson-Sermon also include" I nut S.\I.t: Fine display of New

r asses I the following passage from the i and reconditioned trailt'r Small : .
Pyrex Ctm+tim Science textbook, "Sci- : down payment balance like rent.We -- --- -- - -

I and health with Rev to the :
enct' have three l lots and carry a
l'rlptures" by Mary Baker Eddy: t'wnty.fiw thousand doll l l a r
Electl'ie Drill
I" 'O,'l'UPy till I come''' Wait for stock, Wta surely ran solve your A. Servant of the Glades
Chain lloi:,ts'ire f your reward and 'be not wt'arm : housing problem Arthur Trailer

I well doim: If your t'ndel\'ors.are Sales. East main St. Pahd'lit't'
'\ l'etehC'l' :
: I beset by 'tt'arfui odds! and you receive Open from 10 a. m. "n 9 p. m

Ilan l tl'uek:, ; M present reward go not : duly mdu.1ir.g unday. t'h, 4 Buses "Miami
back to become -- -- - - - -- -- - -
error nor a sluggard : '
(Ladder=, : In the raft'"ht'n the smoke 11IIh 11'.\ '11:1.: fir nt'w': cir'l! Tu Wl' t Palm Beach

Eleet rie Hench If battle .It'lrS awiv, von Wlil disrn unit drtJhnt': R .W. Saks. Pihtkee Daily T. n Irc< li INakcland
IIntf'I Pahnkt' Fla.O"i": ; 'I
+ the 1,0.1.1 y..u have t.lnt' and

c"I'indl\l' !t', t'i\. ,I' I'd'hr.:: t., Y
:!, I i' It. II. : In Pahokt'. l lilt lOt'x 1" ICuh
and eleven hundred _e_ - .
or h'rm.; immediate possession. Glade Motor Lines Inc.

uth"1' ihln:; jn() (rhpl'k i\"l\11; 'l'O14i0l1S C. E. Ilickerson a.'I-!: ,

t.: d OZ'p'yltU el! .
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Sight i ( ;ir0llI) --.- .--'--- !.: \: Trtl' ' S ;
\\.\ : : Z2 Horse ".:.t hn :

;' :. S .:::' t't'" (i', ,:"':..t.r 'tr. n;' ..t be 10 AiE. I'P::'!;! .

: ," !" : ;: : i !, '. ,.,\ 4'i. H':le iladr! F\ i I ,
PahokeeSupply _.
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ia"TMv Ate.'; ,"f : I "
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I A.'x Johnson and G L Hum- power unt. starter and .:'
;\hI', have ret :rr."' t !. ..: S bus- r'a": i ;ti'n:8t "':';

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Page Sit The Everglades News. Canal Point Florida Friday, October 25. 1P46
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Cinematic Chatter you You'll in a like very it.iaursdayFriday.hilarious atmo phere. Funeral Held ForIrs.EllaB.Poulk i Chief Morgan Gives : Intermediate Group

I William Powell Clarifying Statement i Honored At Party
By Malcolm Millar i and Esther Williams with Angela ] !

.. i Lan,bury. James Gleason and Pahokee Police Chief Altman : A party for members of the In-
Music and action will be the fare Lewis Stone, mote in for a two
Morgan. in commenting on the r termediate Department of tha
of the week at the Prince Theatre ,i day run in "The Hoodlum and the Funeral services for :Mrs. Ella I II
proposed merchants patrol to be Methodist School
for this coming week, and all Saint." This is another exciting I B. Poulk widow of the late James was
EJlows look like good entertain- episode in the life of Bill, who will licajah Poulk of Cairo, Ga., were I formed in Pahokee by an individual given by Mr. and Mrs. Harley T.
ment. I be remembered in those wholly ex- held in Cairo on Tuesday after- I had the following to say yesterday Williams hosts in the patio of
Sunday-Monday brings "Tan- !t citing stories oficky" "private noon. : "The proposed patrol is in the Williams home on Fast lain
gi'r'; starring Maria fontez and detecti\'e." Irs. Paulk died Sunday morn- no way connected with the police I Street Saturday e\'t'ning. The Hal-
Robert Paige, with Louise Albrit- Saturday brings the usual twin ing, Oct. 20. at the home of her department and will have no con- loween motif was gaily used i:1:
ton Kent Taylor, Sabu J. Edward featured program. First up is a daughter frs. J. F. Colson in Pa- nection with the department. Our I part decorations. Mrs R. F.
Bromberg, Reginald Dtnny and Western acUonater with Kirby hokee, following a long period of police cars are equipped with two- Hurt intermediate MYF leader
many other well known Hollywood Grant and Fuzzy Knight in the ill health. She was born Aug 28, way radio sets and a patrol car I and Irs. W. H. May assisted the
players lending able assistance in principal roles, under the title 1874 in Kissimmee, Fla., and is on duty at all hours therefore, hosts in the entertaining and the
unreeling this highly interesting "Trial of Vengeance." It carrys the shortly after her marriage in 1901 business houses are assured of a I serving of refreshments.
ltory usual amount of "cowhand action, she and her husband moved to service from the police department embers attending were Dale

Paige is a discredited newspaper story and enjoyment Cairo where she lived until the to which they are entitled through I Maxwell, David Ramey Patsy Elliott -
Second picture is "Strange death of her husband in 1940. She payment of ta" es. Our department' Louise Hatton George and
reporter who is out for a story up I
that will blow the lid right off in- ; Conquest" with Jane Wyatt, Low- was a member of the Methodist in I will continue to give the citizens I Jimmy Rozelle. Jackie Thomas,
ternational affairs. Miss Iontez ell Gilmore and well balanced cast I Cairo the very best of police patrol service -, Tinker Christian Mar y Ann
decides to help him in tracking of featured players in support. !. Survivors include her daughter, I I that it i3 humanly possible to I Howes Carol Snyder. Chandler
down the man who can give him This one is a jungle story with Mrs. J. F. Colson; a grandson, give..' I McIlwain Lo\'da and Vdorez Williams. -
the story. The excitment of the many hair-raising episodes to sat. Jimmie Colson, Pahokee; a sister, I . iDeMoya I II' Iyra Cruthird. Bobby
Irs. J. L. O\'erstreet, Kissimmee: Mackey. Bobby Schroder, Anna
chase together with the danger of isfy all of the lovers of outdoor Tells Lions
a brother, G. F. Bass, Winter Garden I' Lee Hurt and Rita Fay Hurt.
death involved. make this a picture '
that will keep you right on the See you at the movies-Mal. : and several nieces and Of Radio System Guests were ZeUa Jones Betty and
---.- ... -- nephews. Martha Cu1berson. Joan and Frank
edge of your seat.TuesdayWednesday.
Dan- -a- P. P. deMoya. Florida Power and RosenberI. Patsy Masson. Ruthlyn
brings New Bulletin Is Plan
I in the Kemp Bobby Ioberg.'onell
Ronny Elliott Has Light company manager
ny Kaye "Th Kid from Brooklyn"in
"Wonder For Pahokee ,nets Glades toM Pahokee Lions on Davis Gloria Stuart and Ponna
the all out musical
Birthday Party Tuesday of the recent installation Lynn Iay.
man With him are Virginia .
--- -
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Mayo. Vera Allen Donald Wood, Claude Jones of the Pahokee i of two-way radio telephone service
and S K Sakall in the more prom- Vetoans bureau is planning to Ronny Elliott celebrated his by the company. All trucks are Pahokee Lions have
bulletin for ninth birthday anniversary at a equipped! with the radios and :er-
inent roles and Allen Jenkins. Edward publish a monthly I Members
Bromberg Virginia Gilmore members of the Veterans Political basket supper and party given re- I vice interrupted by storm or ac- Total Of 77
and Th Goldwyn Girls and some Org-anization. The first issue is cenetly by his hl mother Irs. B. I cidt'nt-can he restored much more
of the hottest bands on stage I nearly ready for distribution and F.llitt. at their home on Bacom quickly than in the past. Mr. de- The Pahokt't' Lions club now has
deal of interest- Point Road. Guests were Jon Ioya pointed out that the ever a Ult'mht'rship of 77 according to
gCINn and radio. All in all, it La i.a contains a great
picture designed to remove aU : ing items that should make a hit Pope Jimmy Colson Don Be\'erly. t'xpanlingagrirultural area on an announcement by the secretary
Allen Du I Lake Oket"choOt'e calls for such at mt't'tingThe dub
gloom from your mind and to place ; with the veterans.Simple Philip any. Jimmy ; Tuesday's
I Schoeppel. Allen Seg-reE' TommJ modern equipment a. has been installed was organized in 1936. Duncan
Elliott and Wayne Elliott. i by the power company. Padgett is the president and I. J.
----.---- i -.- Frasure. Jr.. is secft'tary. The dub
a .
Irs. D. F. Phillips who has been rrs. Minnie L. Hughes and Miss meets in its on building at tht'ar
ill at the home of her nephew and Minnie Ruth Flowers will kw ( of the Bank of Pahokee.Mrs. .
nit ct'. Mr. and Irs. O. O. Taylor !'fdatlr Madison for a few days ---
in Jacksonville was able to return visit with rt'lati\'t' trs. AMie 'i11iam T. Blair l IS attending -
to the home of her on-in-Iaw awl Martin. sinter of Mrs. Hughes will : a Methodist training 'hooJ int.
i 1 as D daughter I;t'\'. and Irs. C. T. return with them and spend the Petersburg thl." week specializinu -
lIo\\'e. in Pahokee this \\'H.k. winter in Pahokee. in nursery department work.


Adequate Service Depen I Ion b -

Adeuote furnings A MESSAGE OF INTEREST

to all who await deliveries

e The amount of money paid out

00 to provide telephone service Is of new Chevrolets

Increasing faster than the
amount taken in.m *

Telephone earnings oro the I We want you to know that everything possible ;is being done to

lowest in history. i ifj
I iI speed deliveries 10 YOU; but production still;/ lags far behind.schedule

( Reasonable telephone earnIngs -even though Chevrolet has built more cars and trucks than

are essential to good telephone !

service i any other manufacturer from January through September J 946

REALIZE how eagerly you are production of new Chevrolets-even longer to
Your Telephone Company is doing the largest WE delivery of the new Chevrolet fill the unprecedented demand for this product

volume of business in its history, yet telephone you have ordered from us, and we want to of BIG CAR QUALITY AT LOWEST COST
information received -and for the at least, "there just
. earnings continue to decline. The pass on to you the latest present "
I from the Chevrolet Motor Division, even aren't enough Chevrolets to go around much
reason is perfectly clcar. While your telephone though that information isn't too encouraging as we wish there were.

rate has remained the same for many at this time. However, \\.e want you to know that new
It is true that Chevrolet leads all other Chevrolets are leaving the plants in the largest
years, the costs of furnishing you service have manufacturers in total production of numbers possible today. The Chevrolet Motor

increased. Wages, telephone materials, building I passen4er cars and trucks from January Division tells us it is doing everything it can,
through September 1946, despite the fact in the face cf continued suppliers' strikes,
costs, services; all have been going up : that Chevrolet was out of production entirely material shortages and manpower problems, to

f0 fast that- I during the first three months of this year. It step up shipments to us and to all dealers, in
is also true that Chevrolet has continued to accordance with a predetermined distribution
the amount of money Paid Out to pro'idt' ; maintain its lead in total production during plan assuring each dealer of his fair allotment,

service is increasing faster than the third quarter of 19..6. And yet production based on 1941 passenger car 5.11e5. And we, in

the amount Taken In. Actually te1e. is still running far below desired le'es.ith! turn, are doing our best to deliver new Chev-

phone earnings today are the lowest in the result that Chevrolet's output of cars and roets! to our customers as rapidly as they art
trucks through September 19'6 was only received and in the fairest possible way. We
our history. 1 I 38.i' ; of the number produced during the me too appreciative of your loyalty and good-

It is basic with any business that good :i corresponding period of 1941. will-too grateful for your patttnce and under-
This means it may take many months for standing- to do anything less than cfJntin':'
service depends on reasonable earnings. To the Chevrolet Motor Division to reach peak to serve you to the very best of our abi'::" .

provide good telephone service and to continually i

improve and expand it, reaso able !

earnings are essential. 'I J 4j.-I1 Mr.s:;"h::e. the most Important car of all to you iJ the car
,,, {! .\ou are drmn' no" M3'" Ae SU.:,r1t that .O'J ht1 It 111 t'-p ran-
Our public duty demands that we give you "{ .(Ii: r.ris 'onJtlon urn: '. :'. se,-ur dr.:.er. rJ ..ritr ne. Ch.r'.t.: t1.;
'l Ii;.:'': 't tc :.S t'r Sit ..,-1 vr' -" ", A md at rr '.:..ir : t..!.. ,.:t.
these facts. a krn.cr bt-r-- -J: A.a'h's i.orrst r old cars P;,.nv v e .i
hlf 8 'vu..ttt: ;htcC: rr ture, ArJ Jbaai, thank you'T+


INCOUOUflO I Cliilstiaii Clae\"I.olf CO.


Pahokee, Florida

Friday, October 25, 1946 The Everglades New. Canal Point, Florida I'a a=e Seven


Mrs. Seth Roberts: and her mother Planned parents: for this is right . and
Family Day Three New Members I Girls Auxiliary
lr5. Mary IcArthur, spent last ye fathers, provoke not your children .

weekend in Avon Park where they For C. P. Methodists to wrath: but bring them up Welcomed To Circle i Had Program Friday

attended the 50th wedding anniver- in the nurture and admonition of I

sary celebration of Mr. and Irs. Sunday, October 2,. will be the LJrd." The Business Woman's Circle At J meeting of the Gir1s Auxiliary -

J. F. CoIlins. Irs. Roberts' uncle Family Day in the Canal Point The Evening Service at .:30 will First Baptist 11'111.'. welcomed at the home of the leader.

and aunt. Methodist Church. At the time of alo be built around a familY lrs. Dos Tabb, Irs. C. A. Bache- Mrs. Ralph Grimes, Friday afternoon -

the Sunday School session at 10a. I theme with the third of the series lor and Mrs. Park Keen 3S new Mrs. Grimes presented ::1 pro-

m. special recognition of the :on "Triumphant Certainties" in members at a meeting heM Tue.- gram which had as a theme, "Giw

families present will be made. The which we are examining together day night at the home of Irs. J. Them to Each." Taking part on

entire Sunday School will meet to- II' the foundations of our faith in our H. Wilkinson, Jr. the program were Joan IhdiJ,

gether for the first part of the I informal evening sef\'ices. The Irs. Horace Unwin presented a Carol Carpenter, tabel Miller,

hour and a special program of interest (I sermon, entitled "You Can Find the program on "Stud}' of Missions." 11'ynell Gillis Barbara Undid and

ITS STRANGE THAT to all will be presented. At I Gift of Gi\'ing" is taken from th; Others taking part were Irs. C. Lois SulIinn. Following the pro-

the time of the class period3, the promise in Galatians 6:7 "Whatso- L. Shirley. frs. Ralph Grimes and gram refreshments were $ r\'l'd.
AfONEY IS CALLED i new order of classes arranged at ever a man soweth, that hall he Irs. Willie Kemp. Mrs. W. U. .a.-...

'DOUGHMDOI6HS1CKSTO i the last meeting of the Sunday also reap." All families and indi- Unwin led the devotionals and

YOUR FINGERS! i School Board, will be used. Under victuals of the community are invited trs. Griffin Gillis was a visitor. Lions Of Belle Glade

this plan the following teachers to attend these r\ices. )Irs, Wilkinson, hostess, made
Hare 70 Members
and officers will serve: The W. S. C. S. announces that use of the Halloween motiff in

R Sunday School Superintendent: its annual Quiet Day of Prayer decorations and the .serving of re-

X. \'. Max.on. will be held at the church on Tuesday freshments. She was assisted by The Belle Glade Lions club now

Treasurer: Earl taxson.I Oct. 29 beginning at 10:30 lrs. C. B. Starling, Irs. Grime has a membership of ,0 and President i.

Nursery, Beginner, and Primary a. m. The program is under the and Irs. H. Unwin. Ralph Kirk said that the

I Department t up to 8 years I : Mrs.Iv. direction of Irs. Sieg-Iing-er. Tho..e --- ... board of directors had voted to

P. Jernigan trs. T. W. Grif- attending are asked to bring sand. close the membership at 73.; Any

I fifth, Mrs. C. L. Stewart Ir9. J. wiches. Lunch will be held in the Surplus Property To Lion becoming delinquent in attendance -

Iiller. targie, Adams, and Betty parsonage. Be Sold To eterans missing four meetings I

,4, rIT Ann Sears. The W. S. C. S. District Confer.ence will bl' dropped from the roll and

I Junior Class: Mr.:. Frank Wilson to be held at White Temple, Of interest to local veterans is necessarily will haw to await his

Mary Helen Hook3.I Miami, on Wednesday October 30 a government surplus property turn on the list before ht' can bereinstated.

I { t I Junior High Class: Irs. J. P. I at 10:30: A. M. will be attended bya sale of trucks, jeeps, passenger .
Parker, Marion Stokes. --- -.. -
group from the church. A car cars and motorcycles which was
Senior High Class: William John- driven by the minister will leave started at various
Your "dough" won't tick camp PadgettIs
1 son. I the church at 7:30 A. M. Those desiring throughout the State of Florida

to your finger if a fire, Post-Hig-h Class: William Blair. to attend should notify Ir.s. on Oct. IS and will continue Elks StewardClaudt'
Women's Class Mrs. Pratt Pope.
: A. R. Harrington at once.
through XO6, according to
theft accident I
or occurs,
MCA s Class: Mr. O. H. Coleman. I The Ien's Bible Class voted last Claude S. Jones, head of the local Padgl'tt b the new

unless you were properly Substitute Teachers: lrs. Blair, Sunday to sponsor a church-wide Veterans Service offict. However, steward at the Elks club in Pa-

covered insurmce. Irs. Coleman, tr3. Dart. Father and Son outing during the only those veterans who already i'okt'l' Mr. PaJg-I'tt is on the job
The Morning Worship Service wt'lk of November 10 in keeping I possess priority papers for the ''this week lie said yesterday that

at 11 will carryon the Family Day with National Father and Son purchase of motor vehicles will he I the dub will I be open regularly

0. IL BLEECHINSURINCF theme with a sermon by the min- \\'f'l'k. Details will be announced.Mrs. 'I able to take advantage of these i from 2 p. m. until 9 p. m. On mllt-

\IIOKEE ister on "A Little Bit of Hl'3Wn". 1 William T. Blair spent the sales, Mr. Jone. said. For further jag nights and special: occasions

The text of the sermon IS found in I week at the Nursery Lab School details contact Mr. Jones at the the dub will bl' kept open later, bestated.

EphesIans 6: "Chlldn'n, obey your of the Methodist Church held in Veterans office. .

Rt. Pt'tersburg. One of 15 women --. .
I I II ,
I''pm.'nting the M e tho d i s t I I Dr. n. K'ol'h's of Lakeland 1I i l'NI.11' ( IIOOI. 1JlTlS: : (

[;iI4Inwn! 'Churches of Florida, she reports an !
rn4l4lrnI'I' spent dnt'day in the Glades on i i'I
txtrl'mrly3Iuhle and profitable business.NO'I'll'I. The regular monthly- meeting of

week of work at the school. the teachers and officers of the
The Methodist Youth Fellowship ---- -- --- educational department, Sunday
I : TO ('.\1: IU\Un": I II
for boys and girl 12.23 plans an School and Training Union of the
The City of Pahokl'e will
outing for November 2. This will I r-I' First Baptist Church of I'Jhoket.
ceive: bids to 8 m., TUt,
Quality PIJ'SWITH I up p.
}il' a day-Ion affair, details to bl' will bt conducted in Fellowship
November 21i, 191G. for two II,
announced after the next meeting, i Hall this Monday night. 1h CO\-
ton dump trucks low body\\ Specifications -
llInday at 7:00: p. m. erect dish supper will be served at
E! LARGE PROFITS The Junior Fellowship for boys may he secured at the office I seven o'rlork. O. O. Gilbert and
I of the city clerk at the town
and girls from 8 to 12 now has an Irs. W. M. DuBosl will lead theirrespective
: hall in the City of Pahokee by allinterested
I enrollment of 16. The group meets bidder. group.i.Prince .
everyFriday after school at 3 p.
Nocatee-Manatee : The City Council reserves the
m. A "Wiener Roast and Hallo-
right to reject and aU bids.
0 wren Party" is planned for XO1 \. any
I IAMPERS AND CRATES Done and ordered this 22nd: day i
at 3.
of October, 1916. I

... ..

V-C Niagara iJ City of Pahoket\ i TheatrePahokp
('()\'Elan: lhil S(1)l'EI Pahokel', FlorhlJ.

A cO\'ered-dish supper was en- City Clerk. Florida

joyed hy members of the First Pub: Ort. 2:'. \0\ 1, S, 15, 22. 19tHi
Baptist Intermediate Training I

D. Union at the Fellowship Hall tond.lY i; SUfI< I: nl' %PPI.ICITION- Fug ; \\'c'ck of Oet. 27

"Tu.'illg night with Irs. F. G. Gillis, Tax: : uu.n
110\1'1" Bill So. 1l6! : "
leader in of arrangements.A. .
charge NOTICE I, hereby Klu'n that William fWVWWWWWWWWsWWWWSunMon.
C. Santo gave a talk on "Plan. Sallto'n thp holder of the follo"nllt't'rtlt'atfl
South of FEe Phone :J611Jr 0 ha+ filed said certificate for
Depot nmg Our Work and Working Our a tat deed U bfo issued tht'rron The .
0 Plan-." Approximately 20 young i certificate number and lear of 1.uaut' -
> m aa aa ao n l1 Pl: t.lple were present and. the the name dN"rlptlon In lI'hleh of It the teal propt'rt assessed I "T.\XGIEnS"

h II' follows Certificate No. 105-1 Tear '
of L'uanrf' June 1. A D J9H
Description of Property: Maria Jontpz, l nhl'l1 Paige
1.ol.' 16 to 19 inclusive Block 19
oa raaaa ra oo roarr oCongratnlatioiis
North Palm Beach Plat No. 1 a.In .; Kent Taylor and SabuTues.
Plat Book 6 Page 30 St'Ct1on 3
and 4. Town: hlp 43 South. Range
a ,I 013 Fait Name In lllrh a"'It".f'd.
Edward Harrl
iJ o i iiJ {I All of said property being In the I
County of Palm Beach State of FlorI1aCnless
I i such certificate shall be rtdt't'mf'd ,- \1'ed.VON0ER ,
accofdr.t ro law the property
j I described In such certificate will beoid "
I ; to the hthf'ot bidder at the Court \ MAN"Danny
.I 1I"up door on the flrst Mvnday In the
I month of SO\f'mbf. 1946, which Ii the
4th day of So\pmbtor 19-16 Katie, C'irginia :Mayo
.I Dated this 28th day of September
To Thor Who Have Worked in lit-hall of .1 Sew 19i6 J .UF..X ARNET1'E. "The GoJdwyn (;irls"

('.rr't Court Stall
Clerk cf the Circutt Court ..
PahokeemBelle Glade Road of Florida Pam Beach County

i iiJ p .:j OnI 11 18 25. k Noy 1. 19-41) 'I'l1urFhi."TIIE .
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To State Iepresentative; B. Elliott' oTlf or s\I.r.
o S.1rt' glen hereby that In an 1 bj'I 1I00JLJ 1 and
."! .I' f exw".pun l..uf'd by the Clr-I
County Conlnlisioller Paul Martian, ( C.r C"rt of Palm Beach County 1 1f'
: ,.1a dated 11 day of July 1940aal. TilE SAIXT"
IiiJ Tile 10':11I( Conlmittec. on Location U : t J F Pf'H.zpon a judgement .
:: 'r." ra. of J r Petty plalntf \
n"ht.:1': Petty defendant bf'1r.1 ease I j \\'ili&r.: ; Pl\\" F;>thtr
The Iesources: Development Board :. :4151 n'.prf'1n In the prtn"tpal ".m I
Ii;] r .r lI.ndTPd Doars:: '1 )000' pith ,
::.',r. -! e-t, at.d fees to bfo added I 11'illiam4
iJ'c wish to express our sincere thank md con rttubtitln.. iJIiiJ .:.,.;,' that I John F KIrk a.. Sht'rf !I
,f Pam: Beach County Fottda have
for a job well bone. ......-<1 .a-ml' ou &n undt\lltd ot.f'-t.aif I '"
.nPr+t n'lbfld b\ the nld J r Petty I

To ('onunk i .j'Ih'r 1.1': : J".r ;ttdin j!" t 't' f1zht! t.\ secure ,:.. 't.e f .IWInI: cif"o'ntltd lands l"mated I Twin Features
: I'o.:! Beach Count Fort4a.: trl..tt
., ".'.... 1'.1... ''' : '" :7 11 19 d 2f) m Dock i4: :f.
k\\ ) 'ail. 1t t :( .... .". ."t.",,. [ . I
T V: :I' ( f l.trern.: 1i'l'ordnl t.)
aJ aJ .: :,' h.::,. P.arh Farms Compac, Pat .:atut'iay} )
"- rded" a: Pat nr..k S } 2 !
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I' 46 :r. the 5fflee f !t.
Sill. 11.os. . . 1- .'t .A hm Beach C'wty "Train of r en eance"
t r '
:d &:.1 that : the afre'P'e -
..,: :. +t of the \AUS J F Petty :n
4, .'. : '. tr.e abr.d :ar.-t. for 6&;" to Kirby (;rdfl!. Fuzzy Knight
"r.t balder for cash tefase U'.I
1.. I. SmJl.EY: : 1'\lOl\EE: r. L. SmHLEl"nnnn4 a.... f' ,:..t door of tie Pam Wi
: ( .r' ff)ate tr. W e' t P&m -A 1.0-
Bra :. F.)rda d:.rtn; ttP 1"i11 b-un I
t -.II.. ':. the Uh day of loyember A
r; :944
;-'. .:.e day of c.'tobt, A D l94. "Stran e Conquest"J
JAMS F KfRK 4+ 3er.od .!
P.ardtRt I-*: I.a h CO':tJ ine Wyatt. gild 1! Gilmore

Jnt.n uKennct....
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\When the licl.Off( whistle is sounded-let's( be on the sideline boostil1) the Blue Devils.
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