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Title: Everglades News
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Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Belle Glade ; Canal Point, Fla.
Publication Date: November 1, 1946
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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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"The Truly Dshnguished, Mind .

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FRIDAY i


November 1, 1946 PURL/SHED WEEKLY IN CANAL PD/NT BY PAUL RARDNCIRCULATING



THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY


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Dr Herman Speaks Stuckey Plant Busy Plans Are Made New Concrete Floor Undefeated Blue

To Pahokee Rotarians Furnishing Fertilizer For Machine Shop

I I For Band Meeting Devils Ieet Fort

Rabbi Carl N. Herman of West The fertilizer plant of the Workmen are busy this week

Palm Beach, noted lecturer, was Stuckpy Fertilizer Works in Pahokee s laying a new concrete floor,in the
speaker at the luncheon Preliminary plans for District Pierce 11 Tonite
guest a
is a busy pot these days building occupied by the Canal
meeting of the Pahokee Rotary One spring contest for school
with one of the largest growing Point Machine Works W R.
Club on Thursday of last wef'k.: Introduced -
seasons looming 9n the immediate bands were made at meeting of the Shackford, proprietor of the ma- The PahokE'e Blue Devils, still
by President P. p de-
Moya, Dr. Herman gave a talk or"The future L L Sturkey, owner of I I Florida Bandmasters Society, District chine shop, believes that the new undefeated at the halfway mark
the concern says that production i One m Miami on Saturda ', floor will add more efficiency to
Political Pattern of Europe". I : ) Ii of their 1946 schedule. tangle with
I is to the plant's capacity i his and allow for better working -
being pushed i according to a report by Band- shop
It was the speaker's opinion that ; the Golden Eagles of Fort Pierce
to fill all the The i iOkf'l'lanta itions. The has been
rfqUtsts I master Robert 0 Lampi his con shop
the present unsettled conditions in : upon
.
I Growers and Processor I I the few at Fort Pierce tonight. Unquestionably
Europe will become even more .! return to Pahokee from the meet- kept busy through past
of South and the months of farmers in this is to he
chaotic unless the United States Corporation Bay ling, taking care i going

continues to cooperate closely \\ith U. S. Sugar Corporation are two I The spring music meet will be this area who have been in need I a tough game For the past several -

Great Britian in presenting a solid of the heavy users of Stue-key pros I; held in West Palm Beach Mar. of expert machine. work consecutive years the Eagles
.
front against the expansionistic I ducts. 25-29 and will be m the form of an -- --
--....- have succeeded in defeating Paho-
policy of Soviet Russia elimination contest with the Paho-
I 160 Acre Tract Is
kee"en in those years when the
The resignation of John Rogers kee High School Band and other
PTA Sponsoring Blue Devils had a better rating
from club membership was accepted. i srJ1oo1 bands and orchestras of Offered County
than the St. Lucit' County flewn
The voted a $50 donation District One participating Only
group For TB Sanitoriunl The Eagles don't haw the tram
to assist in meeting the ex.penses I Quartet On Nov. 12 the music aggregations which ret t
i they had last year, nevertheless,
of the community Hallo.ween cein' a first division rating in the
The Commission they have stronger as the
County grown
Monday
party for Pahokee and Canal district contest will be eligible to
Point children Frank Rozelle in.troduccd The Sunny South Quartet of take part in the State Music Con- I officially offered a 160-acre tract season advanced and showed their

to the Rotarians Dr Graham radio fame will present a program I I tet and Festival held annually in I one-half mile west of the Dixie increasing strength last week in
Hwy. at Lantana to the State asa their decisive victory over Ponce
who is planning to open a of songs "you like to tear" Tues I, the spring for school band
physician's office in Pahokee.A. day November 12th at eigth o'clock I throughout the State This year site for a tuberculosis hospital.A de Lron The Blur Devils earlier

P. Patttrson, scout executive Pahokee High School Auditorium the festival is scheduled to be held I resolution was also passed in the season barely eked out a
I Gov Caldwell to allot one point win over Ponce and they
of West Palm Beach, and his The original date was announced the last week in April. I asking
brother, Hubert Patterson, were as November 5th The tickets are Mr. Lampi plans to attend the I S2.000.000 of public works funds will han to dish out everythingthey
for adults and for the building of a hospital in haw if they expect to over-
also gUfsts on ale, sixty cents band clinic for all bandmasters in I
.... i Southeastern Florida, come the Fort Pierre jinx tonight.
---- thirty five cents for student the State to be held in Tampa

Thanks to a group of civic minded ::01819, at which time contest The resolutions officially confirmed Coach Alley's men played a

Capt. Jameson Speaks men the guarantee will bt' provided music will be sel cted, action of representatives of whale of a game in downing the

.. . Commission who attended South Broward Bulldogs 7 to 0,
To Belle Glade Rotes for leaving the way open for the ----- --- the County
entire ticket sale) proceeds, minus I'AIIOREE IUGII SCiiOOL a meeting here recently last Friday night. It wes nip and

Capt Ruth Jameson, daughter of the tax, for the p T A. This or- HONOR ROLL with the State Health Department tuck with a lot of fumbling on both

Rev, and Mrs Jay J&meson of ganization is interested in furnishing and representatives tfothe r countit's sides through the first quarter In

Belle Glade, was guest speaker at electric drinking fountains a First Six Weeks 1946-47 the second period the Blue Devils
the of the Commissioners urged civic organizations started 8 drive at Bulldogs' 40 that
regular weekly meeting I dire school nt"ed. Also, benches Honor Roll With Honors I
Belle Glade Rotary club last week for the park A in aU subjee1s in this community to reached the 11 before petering out

Capt. Jamtson chosen her profession This is a splendid opportunity 7th Grade: 11yra Baxter end resolutions to the Governor and the half ended 8 scoreless tit'

in the arm y, "Physical for the citizenry of this area not A or B In all subjects Endorsing the request for the hos- In the middle of the third quarter

Therapy," as her topic for discus- only to attend a program worth 12th Grade: Cecil Williams, Ona pital funds, Pahoket' started another drive

lion Members of the club thor- traveling miles to hear, but to as- Humphries, Dorothy Chastain, Ann ---i-r.- -- from their own 23 and with the

oughly enjoyed her talk which sist in a project for the betterment O'Connelt, Harry Frtmd, David Fathers And Sons barks alternating in carrying the
ball marched 71 yards with six
proved interesting and educational. : of the community The Can- Thomas ,

James A. Ball, president, presided al Point and Pahoket' schools are 11th Grade: Erma Upthfgro'e.Patsy On Lions Program first downs for the lone touch-

over the mt't"ting handling the student tickfts. The Cret"l.I down of the game. FuUba.ek Thomas -

---. Carttr-Geiger Drug Store and I 10th Grade: Imogene Sph'ey, i Annual 'fathers and sons" day I Dirkson plunging through cent-

Tourist Court Postmaster Osceola Ppthegrove James O'Brien. I was observed by Pahokee Lions i er from the thrt'e. Quarterback

are in charge of the Canal Point I 9th Grade: Stanley Hooks Payne with a special program at theIr : Wilbur Geiger kicked the extra

Built For Planes tickt-ts. Holman's Fertilizer Plant Jackson, Betty Jean Hieb Sarah : Tuesday luncheon meeting under 'I' point and inC'idf'nUy it was a beautiful -

Butlers Barber Shop, Cowart's i Dart Betty Jo Barwick I the directIOn of L. J. Fraser program kirk. The Blue Devils made
IL\"EH SPRINGS A tourist I determined drive near the
Laundry and a number of indl- : 8th Grade: Willard fc'Curdy, chairman, who introducedthe i another
court for airplanes is bring (con end or the game which took them
viduals are representing Pahokt'f. Porte Johnson Janette Mathis, guest 5peaker
sttiktul! here by a former Navy South Broward 2 where the
The p T. A. president Ree.. I Marlene William. Janet Adams, LIfe Scout George M. Belk. Jr.. tu the
torpedo bombt'r who conceived tb held and the next play
on
A. Ioberg is in charge of the Carol Snyder.7th Troop 23. gave a talk on scout Bulldogs
novel idea while serving with Admiral ball downs on their 4.
took the on
ticket sales and ran be reached I Grade! : Mary Jt.rniJan. Mary work Scoutmaster Melvin Spoon-
5S. lIat"fy's famous Task Force over 539 'or at his nomt'.s anticipated I Ann Howf's. Alton Mills. Alfred i ?r. Troop 23. reviewed the activities South Broward then opened up a

the ticket are going I I'eks, Barbara Hadid Charles : of hIS troop and told of plans desperate aerial attack that didn'tget
Aln'adO acres of heavily timbered fa"t." Becaue of the limited seating Ic\lrdy, Dorothy Field. Mary : :or tnt: future in local scouting. very far before the game tndHI. -
land have been cleared and thou houtw.ighmg
fact the Bulldogs.
In
capacity, all intt'rfsh-d are advised Fundt'rburk. Dicky Atkins.i10OI X. L Garrison, Pahokee High
three runways laid out the longest the Blue Devils both
to purchase immediately for ;.\BLE: MENT10l'hiew \ School a.sistant coach, spoke on
tlf thtm 2t\Ql) feel
long. didn'tJd
and the harkfiold.
when the present supply of tickets necking just one C, otht'rI the value of scout training In athletic in the line
The t'x.pllot who dreamed ut' I at time in the
tar
are sold there will be no more. I ,ubjtr't' .l or n acti"iti.s.Chaplain very any
, thIs unu'ual't'nturl' during time I .. 12th Grade: Hugh \\'aL-.on. Ruth A. J. Lively rector of game never passing the mId stripe
off from
loosing tm fish at Jai Pahc.k territory.Iespite .
Cochran F.d Howell. Betty Ann ; .he local Episcopal Church, spoke to penetrate
Vets Can Get Their
ships in K G. mchard His wife i the tart the Bulldogsdidn't
Sears. Jean WiL.on. Carol Hamil- ton "l"nderstanllmg Boys and Their
Adelaae! is associated with him. '
the Blue Devil goal
Insurance Reinstated Howes Jetnrar
Connie Problems. Htr. T.
ton, Mary Ruth Nilson
They have flown over nit of the for
excellent
of the Pihokee Methodist I line it was! an game
Marshall. pastor
t"mtt'lt States during r t' c e n t theyhad
months insJ't''tin sinl1liar t'staf- : ('la"It, > S Jtn t-. heal of the 11th Grade: Lois F.chol. Helen Church, gave a talk on "Responsi- I hoth teams put everything
and the outcome was
lshmtnts. ; local \'..tt':ans ServRe \'fct': hag Howe,. Joy Pad ftt. Doris PJddtll.I Ihtift of Father Toward Scns. I into it

"Tht' l'nitt'l.l States is going to I some goad news for veterans wtoI I 10th Grade: William Jernigan, A quartet 'eomposed c,f C. T. ; uncertain IIp to the wry and

HO\'f. A JLively.. J A. Dulany I ... _._
neid 1OtO such courts to care for I have been careleS" about kerpirg Yvonne Fra'tr. C'larict"afoOn. Joy - -

cu'ilian postwar air traffic." Rich I their G. I. U'uranct payments up Fields Jack Major. and Donald Padett:: song. "Lock

ards !'t.\tt'.'. I'ft' 'nt plans call for to lIatt' Veterans who hate let nth Grade! : Glen B land. Steve ing for the Lost Chord:' Songs : First issue Of Vets

an official opening of his .Afro- their insurance lapse can get it Kirk. adr.t' Raulerson. Elizabeth were also: sung by another quartet

1 lodge and AirJ't'rt" in earely Dc.cemtxr. reinstated immediately: by paying PC1Pr Yvonne Weeks Patsy Jenson. composed of \\'. T. Blair D. S 'Information Issued

Gas pump are now being only two monthly payments and ; Clara Bntt'r. B.ub.ua"ilk- S poorer la J Schrodtr and EddieStanley. I -

r.stal1nl and work ln a hanger has: at the same time signrg a statement I ir.. on. I Tee first issue of Vets Ir.lrma-

starttJ.A that their health i. a Jrod 5th Gradt' idt'Ca rntht'rs, i It was announced that he club boa a new flH'.pa bulletin, edited -
I
rapidly! as materials become today 3S it was wren the policies Trt'\'ftte Wt't'k B.n Kirk will observe fathers and daughters! I and printed by Claude S Jones.

available ht' proposes to erect eight. I lapst'd. Mr. Jones suggests that 7th Grade JUAr.ltA Garns. Clara 'day' at nut \"f-tk". luncheon meeting head of the local Veterans Service

cottager each with a canopy large, '\'ftfranslth lapsed insurance contact : POf't' Gloria Stuart BnUy, Mills. ; al+r that the Sunny South "office. Wit distributed t(1 veterans

enough to accommodate the small.. I him at once at Ue Veterans I Ht'rman Suggs.Mrs. Q'Jartrt111 he featured on the I in the Pah ictt-C4nal Pant ana

fr sports type aircraft; a lounge I Sfnicf' office in the cthall" and I --- luncheon: program on Nov 12. thIS week Vets Ir.fJrrr.atJon x111be

building in which fliers may gather make arrar.gtmtn tc reinstate I H. T. W1J1ia.cl and P. M. : \'IsltorsHrf' Woodrow L'pthegrove. : a monthly publication and lJn-

ta compare flying notes: tenoruand 'I their policies.Mr. i Catt. Jr. hut returned from vu- Albert Fremd, J A Dulany I Lain news ot veterans t-r.d.tJ of

shufflehwrd rouru. .. . i burg ttere they were caed: recently and Joe Tom Bo'nton. World War II It rill k sent to

The field II situated Just 90(I and Yr. P.. P Todd and Yr.I I becaiisse CJt the illness tf ....rMr ---- L'iy local veteran tnt Gt charge

fttt north of the Silver Springy I and Mrs, Byron TCldd have returned their fathtr. P Y. Cite, Sr., who : and Mrs. Pete Chimes un for the uk1r.g. n. first Lutw

highway! and only lMX fttt frog: to their home m Delray Beach: hu recovered sufficiently to return arrived 1n P&toktt ter the 'f&OD featured an &fUelt on \'fh11t, the

the tlurilt spot which attracts I II after I visit with relative; l.1 Pa- helm, from th hospital cdis after spending the tUtnmtr at theft nu subdivision being developed InPahokee

thousands ct visitors fAct )'MJ', t.e kft. doing nicely.) I home l.1 Benton Huber, Mich. ty local nttrar.l
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Page Two Toe Everglades New. Canal Point Florida Friday, November 1,1946
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Sandra Lampi Has !
THE EVERGLADES NEWS ,

Birthday Party
Serving the Lake Okeechoble Farming Region I

Established 1924 Published Every Friday Sandra Rebecca Lampi celebrated STUCKEY
Subscription Price 52.00 Year In Advance her third birthday anniversary
at a party given by her mother,
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office Irs. Robert O. Lampi, at the ,

In Canal Point Florida, as Second Class Iatter Woman's afternoon Club building Monday Fertilizer Works

Paul Hardin Editor and Publisher The Holloween motif was used in I
part decorations and each guest
:Manufacturers of
was presented with a pumpkin
British Start To Leave India basket filled with sweets as a

Concrete evidence that Britian is preparing to pull out of party fa\'or. The hostess was as- High Quality Distributable

India is appearing at last. English language newspapers are sisted in the entertaining and theserving
being sold to Indians. The Times of India was sold recently, of refreshments of ice Fertilize and Superior
cream, cake and punch by Irs. A.
left is the Calcutta-Delhi Statesman
Only British-owned daily -
J. Ludeman, Irs. W. W. Smith, Poison Bait
the of His Iajesty's Empire has
Perhaps liquidation Mrs. W. H,1'ann, Mrs Addie 1\'ild
tarte
when he has to drop the "Emperor of India" phrase. Guests were Kappy Young Kath- Now In Position To Serve YouPhone

Orlando Star.JerryBuilt. leen Spencer, Allen Pope, Sunny
Libhart Glenda Fay Russom
Houses Harlene Williams, Jill IcIlwain,
Nancy Thomas, Joe Edward Beverly -
A Jackson contractor states that he has, time after time, Sharon Bacon, Bennie Baxter 4201 in Pahokee '

refused to build residences for veterans because he had a Chet' Chee Cate, Vicky Alley, Alice
conscience that would not let him gyp the GIs and under Elaine Hurt, Thor Hatton Judy

present conditions he could not possibly build them houses Cunningham Robert Boo, Skeets

that would Le worth what they cost. Boe, Brenda Kay Unwin, Hester

This contractor strongly advises veterans not to buy Shutz, Dorothy Hatton and Kathy

homes now, becauo, "I firmly believe that within the next Wilson Mothers present were
Ir5. R. F. Hurt. trs. Horace Un- PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERSCHRISTMAS
three years every GI that bought a home now would owe
win, Mrs. A. C. Libhart. Irs. Orin
more money for that home than he could possibly settle for. Bacon and Mrs Shutz. ....aI
A little later on a GI will not only get a home for less money, --

but will get one far superior to any he can purchase to ay." .. I ji

Lately, thee houses hare been required to meet FilA i dI
specifications, hut those that meet such requirements are Life On The CanlDus I
I {
either too mall for a family 01' too expensive for the GI' & ,
AT PAHOKEE HIGH SCHOOL

pockethook. .. .
Twenty years from now somebody will pay, and it will not ::1
JJe the mortgage hohler- It will be the government, which It dOES not pay to b ignol'3nt' MERCHANDISE

will have to come to the rescue of a million GIs who buy This wag definitely proven in the
expendable matchboxes on the encouragemnt of the g'O\'erJ1- High School As.mbly Friday aft- ''I
ernGOn. Ii..s Major who was in 'II -XO\-
ment. I ,I
charge of the program and pre-
AI1II that in the end that the will foot
mean taxpayer rented members of ;-C in an interesting -
this enormous hill.-Jackson Olis .) Daily Xew program patterned after :i ON DISPLAY
the Dr. 1. Q. radio quiz. Danny "
People Make Peace Itllig acted as Dr. Dimwit: I I I'I

A n editor writing ot' the peace conference in Paris says Charles Jack t'Clirdy Boland, tinky"Mr. BI Wind Peabody '; Come in today and make your selection while our :'
: ; '
that the "g-reut frustration" is that "the people have so lit- Cdt'ta Gant, Miss Bobby Soxer: ii stock i is full A l11an down payment will keep your :,i:
tle direct "oice" This is an interesting complaint hut if anyone Barbara Il3did, Barbara
'
Longhorn: selection, on our lay-aw\y shelf until Christmas e\'t I'I''I
has figured out :1 method hy which the people can have Bergetta Wade, Mrs. Bill Elam. '! '
a direct voice in the work of framing the peace treaties of Two assistants to Dr. Dimwit in ::1 Be sure to hop ear1r. I I'I 'i
I Ii
Europe, we hare never hard of it. his program were Rita Fay Hurt 'I

There are close to 140.000,000 people in the Lnited State and Dorothy Field The singing ,i -0- !!''I;f

They are unable to agree upon any politicll issue debate commercial, quite professional in 'I ii iiI I
effect, wa given by Mary Funll- :
l'connmic issues with considerable
impossible to
agree upon burk,, Wanda Harper, Louise Hat- I Western Auto Associate tore :
thc :
simplest tenets of relhdon. How can the voice of Ameri- ton John Haymons, Bettye Culberson !
l'tJlhecome "dircct" in Paris?
Charles IcCurdy and ::1 I. \1. LAIR, Owner PAHOKEE, FLA. ::
\\'here free elections
lacking in the fullest
are sense of Celeta Gant. Members of the stage I
the term no country can name a delcg-at to represent the crew, a very important part of any

l 1k.'Ollll''here elections in the freest sense are held, m program, were Charles Dickens
elected delegate could only represent the views of the ma- and Ethel Miller of 7-C, Eddie .
jority of the \'otcrs-feridian (Miss.) Star. Hodges and Jack Major of the ------ - --I II I

10th grade, I

Report To The Widow
The Seniors sponsored a dance at
Two men bearing identical names, one a clergyman and the Woman's Club, Friday night
the other a businessman, lived in the same citv. after the game between the Blue White arId Yellow
The clergyman died at about the time the husinessmzn Devils and DJnia. The Club wa

took a trip to California l'pon reaching thc Pacific coast I filled to capacity, and thE> dance

he sent his wife a telegram informing her of his safe journ- I appeared to be a complete success. 1'ux Pan

'y. Unfortunately the menage was delivered to the widow I
of the c1erg-'man. Imagine the good woman's shock when A monthly publication, The
Beachcomber, of the Junior Collt'ge
she read: uArr.ed safely-heat terrifi" Cornet. I
in Vest Palm Beach, was received
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by Connie Marshall, the Pahokee
hood" and he did a fine job of it.I corrt"ponllent. Pahokt't' School I:

Cinematic Chatter I most of his girls marrying the News will be a regular feature. SEED CORNCalwonder

By Malcolm Millar I wealthy men of American and I
" some of Europe.ThursdayFriday. An initiation of the new F. F. A.j
Green Hands was held on Ionday.
\\'anna get a gotd bff-? ?" Wallace Beery October 2S. 1446. During the

Okay . . Attend your favorite and Margaret O'Brien, with Marjorie course of the day, the boy came
cinema, 4Th Prince Theatres, Main, J. Carrol Naish, to school dressed as girls. They
Sunday or Monday and see George Frances rt'\fft'rty and Marshall were not alllwed to speak to anyone -
Brl'nt and I.ucdle hill teamed together ThomI\n bring one of the most except teachers and F. F', A. i and
and starred with '"('ra.Zoila touching tales to our screen in officers throughout the day. The
i Ctarlt's 'Virniger, I ItlYInunll some timt' Of course there are ,I same night, the remainder of the i iiniation

Washhurn. Franklin l'angI' some very hilari\u moments in I i W3,.: held in the f'ym. Neapolitan Pepper
" rn md \\'all.\l'l' Ford romp the picture. there would have to bt' : Everyone had a good time since
through one llf the most delightful with Beery anti Main Then there the F. F. A. Chapter was proud
rom'dit's to Lt, Sl'rl''ut'd here art' 3l'tit\natf'd rha.3. Indian I the "green'' ,
of securing promising
11 some time under the title fights. brusht'5 with the law and I i hand," md the new Future I.('.arm- II III Now YAILABLE;
"I o,"t'r Com\ R\l'k". six gun adorn with \\'estl'rn dt'ptrad't's. .;;- era were proud of achieving their
This one written for lJughinpurl'u..l'S All in all tt is onto of I'
membership. I
only. will h3'oo in the sweetest how011 have sat

Ut'h's from Its t'girning to Uet'.ll1nous through in some time. .i Everyone rtmt'mt.'f the Ilail"ween I 'SECTICIDESKILGORE
grit I'll a.urt' 'OU. Saturday brintht' doubleheader bt
party and dance to given
Tut'.l.1'l dnt' day brings :1 with 'The Dark horse"starring by the r. T. ,\.. Thursday night at :
tory to our screen that should bointerr Phil Terry and Ann Sayage s.oo The party will tJf' held on
+tin, t.. lover of good tale of a'
; rvery In a corrupt poltics tht' fothall field md he dance m
'ntett'l1nmt'nt. This one tl "/It' "!rt' h- 'ut'" G. I. his fat! with the I.'rr. Fiver,' I= welcome.oling ,
fell Follies and tt tar WHh\t nw "s 'stt'm" and his fmalct'r)' - -.- -
Powell and .Judy Garland, with I.ucitlr Second picture up is 'rftr.c SEED CO1I
Place Is
\
H.1l1. \ .trimO'Unt'n.. .: therWiihams. alon- with Johnny Mack Brow

.tnl' K"Uy. Frt'dstur.. in the lead, un't''hnJ: an a,ti,gnat,'dIS'edern Changed In Canal Pt
J.\mt'll h'ltl'n."irhr Moore Fd- tale that will It't' via
waN .\rnoIJ. Lucille Bremer Fanny breathlesss With excitement \r.1 :. r.i +! r ':n! :-.xt Tuesday SEEDS
BUED-IUTE
I
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Bn't' l"'na IItrnt' Iced Skl'lttJ:1 See you &t the movies 114r. N.w I ,, :!J po' brl! ir e.
Kathryn Cray 'n. \\'lllla:1 Fr3w- --- u. ant fOtIr.l 1:1 the carter-feger ;
Icy and Marion Bell The newly organized Mer.'s Bhll' Drug store block lIt'rt'ttfo the
Same 'f the stttngs are breath Class at the Pahokee 1t'thd.st voters ban used the vacant Thomas Pahokc, FIn. Phone ::1201

take.g, and the chorines art a:1 Church hell a darner n.erting at budding rear the bridf' but I
rye full in Cltn: tl\'tj. The story the Uor.oIi!!! on Thursday f'enC opening of a new atare hu caabd :
is the tale of the man who :etou' : of last WH \. C'h3pWr.\ a charge in location of he voting :

to "gIMt At: :ia:10:1:'' Lively \9' guest }t3krr. Riot. i .------ -- -- ,



Friday, November 1, 1946 The Everglades ew!, Canal Point, Florida Page Three

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4 printers spend more time looking the point that it has infected then I - - ----- ------ -----

TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY for paper stock than they do for entire nation.

printing orders. Based in its entirety on half-I

During my stay in AUantaa I truths and innuendos it attempts I

was the guest of my friend J. L. to so horrify the reader with tales

f Red I Edgerton, who used to of brutality, injustice, greed. FORII.

(By Russell Kay). travel Florida for the Western avarice and hate as practiced by ,

VWuWwwwvww Newspaper Union. He now has a Southerners in their dealings with !

Atlanta. Taking advantage of thriving printing business, special- the Negro, the sharecropper, the PILE DRIVING LUMBER ;
izing in high-class color work. laboring man and the underdog as
an opportunity to thumb a ride to
During the season he prints large to turn the stomach of a "gentle" CONCRETE
Atlanta last week. I got first! BLOCKS CEMENT
my ot literature for direct-
quantities reader, so naive as to swallow it i
glimpse of South Georgia and the mail of Florida citrus
shippers whole as an accurate and authentic
Southeast's major city since the fruits. While I was there Red revelation of fact. Phone Our Main Office , Bene Glade 25 :,

\\'a1. Traveling route 19 via dosed a dealith the Dodson Reviewing the history and back- ,
ThomasvilJe, Albany and Leesburg, Printer's for the I II
Supply Company ground of most any section of the
\\'e found these bustling communities :
immediate of MeihleVerticle I
delivery a country one could assemble a book ,
crowded and doing a land of- I
Press. That not ,
may equally as critical and damaging,
fice busine9S. Excessive rains had mean anything to you, dear reader i if in doing so they went out ofI I At our store \re have samples in !
hampered in some areas but .
crops
will :
but
your newspaperman I their way to ignore every decent, I
Stock of Famous
generally they have been good and Nationally
tell you that it is something that worth while, kindly and courageous -
farmers are prosperous. More new ranks side of the ,I
right along Hope act fo a people and carefully
cars were in evidence and I was Diamond if to be in !
happen GOODYEAR
you confined the to RUBBER
manuscript a sor-
amazed at the number of jeeps wa I
the printing bu.siness. I know a I did review of
everything un-
passed on the highway. Hundreds lot of Florida printers who would worthy and vile.I FLOOR I
of them, released by the Army, COVERING
their and two dollars
give right eye
I do not contend that the wrong,
have been purchased by exse1"icmen
besides if they could get one. ,
injustices and evils
I dealt with by I
but I understand that the
Most everyone I met was interested Mr. do Venetian BIind made to order in wood
I I Kennedy not exist, nor do or
is obsolete ant
Army Jeep already I
in Florida and visit the
that no parts are being manu- I state whenever they have the op- I I attempt to condone or make light'of I metal. Estimates Cheerfully Gh'en
them, but I do !
contend that it is
factured forth'm, and this is something In conversation with !
portunity.
unjust and unfair to condemn and I II
think about if to
to you plan a prominent travel bureau execu- : malign whole section or a whole \1'indol' and Bathroom Curtains and Shades and
purchase one. i i tine I asked him about the Ceorgis i I
I Arrived in Atlanta in time to quarantine against Florida. Hi :i I people for the evil and unrighteous Linoleum Ruts, Gx9 and 4x6, Used Dressers,
: actions of a few.
\\'i less the tragic lOO.mile auto- I aid he thought it was foolish and Mattresses
I I For every action of intolerance and Hot 'Yater Heater
mobile race at Lakewood featuring -, but he brought anoth- .
i unnecessary and abuse of the negro $0 vividly
an
Indianapolis Speedway cars
er matter to my attention that, in
I
recounted in Mr. Kennedy's book r
and drivers. The event attracted !
i Florida far
his opinion, was doing
can produce tm of kindness :
40,000 people and was probably thin consideration -
more harm as far as tourist business -;
most thrilling race meet ever was eoneerned, and that was I and justice displayed by The 1 :

ta'd in the South, but it ended the tendency of Miami landlord Southerners in their dealings with
in the tragic pile-up of seven cars the negro.In .
t '
:>
cafe and night-spot operators
of world faml'd' lauding the cause of organ :
and the death two high-jac'k and push around the Glades Appliance
drivers. The accident occured i1 winter visitor. He told of his own ized labor and condemning tmploy'er.o -
I ; of the South for -called
the 97th un-
lap. I
experience and that of others, who
Lakewood Park, where the race I had made hotel reservations and fair labor relations practices, Mr. : Corporation

was held, is the site of the Southeastern I for I Kennedy finds it convenient to
sent check in advance rooms I
Fair and it b truly one of found had completely overlook aU of the i
and on arrival they no '
the m 09 t beautiful exposition : evils practiced by labor and its'
The hotel returned -
Rccomodations. Office
at Terminal in Belle Glade
i leaders in their :
with
dealings
grounds in America with its spacious their employers -
their check having given
buildings, rolling hills and : rooms to a higher bidder. They antI their utter disregard i! Furniture store in force Block
beautiful lake. The 1946 Fair will of the public welfare.
ina : ;
finally managed to get a room
be staged from September 27'' third.rate cJimb-your-own stairs I Florida sharecropper got a taste I STORE PHQXE :J21

through October 6 and, according joint at $10.00 a night and share : of Union tyranny and injustice I
to president Mike Benton, promises the bath. I during the war when they left their ; Belle Glade, Fla,

to top everything in the past. Mike farms and bought work in the !
i He predict that the coming ,I
tells me that Florida will be wellrepresented cities. They were gouged for I
tourist season would disappointing -
I prove I ,
with exhibits of cattle and that those to follow I! working permits, fees, dues and -- - I

and poultry, including a display of i would get worse, and said the assessments and held their -jobs, !

Brahmans, in which South Geor- i practice of sticking visitors in the if they were lucky enough to get

gia cattlemen are especially in- Miami area was giving aU of Florida one after buying a "permit to STORE FRONT laCnlSt kef store an attractive addition

tt'rfsttd. With new agricultural a black'eye in the public mind work" at the mercy of a labor :\ :\\' COT Of' PAINT to the business section.

and commercial equipment and offset Q\'er-Iord who could hire and fire. The P&L Store front in Pahokee
begin-I was tending to any I .
ning to come on the market good that the advertising program them at will and did when such II received a nice, new fresh coat of I -

ers and distributors are arranging of the State Advertising Commis- action enabled him to replace the I paint this week which adds to the Mr. and 11rs. Raymond Caruthers -

for comprehensive commercial exhibits i sion might be doing. luckless chap with a newcomer', attractiveness of the store. The : visited his brother and sisterinlaw -

and demonstrations. The and another "initiation fee." I management of the P&L leaves noI I 11r, and Mrs. C L. Caruthers -

how will be wen worth seeing and I Stetson Kennt'dn of the I hold no briefs for the Tal stone unturned to make the Paho- in Tampa over the weekend.

if you are planning a trip to Atlanta madges, the Bilbos, the Rankins : I
South, where grandfather fought ,
better make it during the or the O'Daniels with their creeds
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Fair ptriod. I for the Confederacy and whose ancestors of hate and intolerance and their I r

While Atlanta is the home :,f pioneered the region (two asinine championship of "WhiteSupremacy"they : ,
I
Coca Cola, that national bellywa. I of whom signed the Declaration are no credit

.,h is just as hard to find there of Independence I has written a LU the South sr tc the N5tirn and I
I book "Southern whichpurports Can Yon It !
as it Is in Florida. Stores receive E.xposure" ty the sane token I dh not see Imagine '
: to be the "Truth" about
a limited supply on certain days e-o-'I'' n ': do I o_. rite h ,
each week and have to bt .I the t.Jit.'tl.about'region in II I
you the fanatical rrd eq\lI1II ly intolerant -: I
there when the delivery truck arrives -I,!I i An1t'rica views of hf' Pepper the \\.1. For the first time in file year, we now havtt :
or you are out of luck. Butter If there is anything GOOD that Ie (('s, the 1\t'llthers and th Jt':4" '
shell ammunition
might bt said about the South, a really satisfactory 'UI'llly of gun -
and baron are wry scarce and very I you l.t'd\'s. iI j
costly. Most of the meat is bJtck won't find it in Kennedy's book recognize ttt fact that rainy i on our shelves, Loth for shotgun and rifle

market and you have to know which is patterned after Carlson' illdustr.al Bl.tter before the
lea ltu 3 rae '' : : of use. vet your supply hunting
somebody who knows Smehod it "Vndrconr" and equally as human and unl"'t actions m tk'r
stock of these' biased The three hundred odd season opens lip.
to
want
you keep a I alingJ with la' or ar tha: some
and many other itt'ms Toilet pages of "SouthHn J.xpnsurt is I! are aided and abetted by law by

parrr il an unllt'r-tht"'Iunh'r commodity devoted to picturing the south as law enforcement officers. but 1
than rotten to the in GOING TO BE COOL SOIEDA
anti hartlt to find core steeped haw (nun dthb to bt' the exception '
nylons. Paper tlf any kind is ignorance. stinking with d.t'as: rather than the nile. I do not I

mighty scarce for that matter and lawless intolerant and insane to subecrihe to the "Xcw Deal" philosophy !. \\'ll have in snick now a limited number of Fuel

that ALL employers are Oil heaters, just the thing to keep the home at

so-and-so's and! that all who work
l'i,!.dlt tt'n1l (ol'atm't. during the ('oM nlp;:,
for wages are downtrodden! antI

2 Houses For Sale al I used.
Wt haw had too many srt't''h..sar.d
too many books that \'Ioler.tly PIlOr]}) OF OCR IL LCONIES

portray one side or the other in
T\\'o fh'e-l'OOn1 concrete block houe:: connection with the carte of labor'I The Belle (;lade Cabinet Shop has dune a !Owelljoh

for ale in Pahokee Directly and management fir with race and in provident us with much needt l stock and!
color They add nothing to the .G). .
display room where you will find a large and mod-
\Cl'o; from high School lution of those problems! but only :
H"rto further widen the breach ern assortment of household! utensils for most

and inflame one group against another. . (eIry use in aluminum, copper, enamel and pyrex

Pnhokcc Phone :JiOlSE'VI i war .
The South has no corner on selfishness -

greed, tate and mtoleracr \\'t. have a few orders of galvanized field! fence, ;
You find these fllrrrs
ugly
.I-inrh width. It's yours, if you want it. I
using their evil head: wherever

mankind abJt'.1 or dehbtratf' .\ new delivery of CI'REAI,1S'hiteti'all Finish
whither It be the Parts Conference
'I Enan1t'I: in meet e'e'lors. The women folk like it
G IA'IIIXE REPAIRS table, the directors room of a
corporatIOn or the Labor Tc'mplf. for home tt'autifir ,trtn.: I

For Gliarantft sewing Machine Repairs ad St.rr1t'. ThInks are written to dl and the
has learned that
write "r call at mart author
nHck-r3km, tllHh and abuse are

profitable HlJ'rt'dlE'nts wht'c mixed
HHODES APPLIANCES
adroItly m a manUlcnr't 1Ir. IIETZNER'STHE
.t\rnUt' "..1'Belk I
: Kennedy wlll In aU protablllt '
( lthfla.. '! make a lot of money from "So tt.

F'rer Pick.up and Delivery sen'ice to Pahokee and Cc&1! ern F.1rllsurt" the expense c1his HARDWARE STORE I :

Point twice wt'ikly. Parts and Aeceasories fer all native South. but tt' will have '
MAIN STREET BELLE GIAUE B.A. :
makes and styles. to live with himself cd I am n con- i I

tent that the autherahp is h:. &rod :
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Four The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, November I, 19t6I

---- ---- -- --- - ----I CHURCH OF CHRIST I B.IPTIST CHURCH SEWS- I I OFFICERS \XD TE.\rIlEr S
' SCIENTIST An overflow congregation at- SUPPER
] I Ii "E\'ERLASTIXG P U X ISH.I I tended last Sunday night'3 service Some fifty teachers and officers
IEXT" is the subject of the Le s- at the First Baptist Church of Pa- of the Pahokee Baptist Sunday
i TUESDAY I II on-Sermon which will be read in hokee to hear the pastor Re\ C. School and Training Union met in
Churches of Christ, Scientist, A. loberg in his third of the series : their monthly conference Monday
I throughout the world on Sunday,I of sermons on "Why Southern night in Fellowship Hall Supt. O.
'I November 3. Baptists are not affiliated with the Gilbert directed the Sunday School
The Golden Text is: "The Lord I Federal Council of Churches." It discussion program In addition to
i! November 5 I is known by the judgement which is the thought of many that as a the reports, it was decided to conduct -
he executeth: the wicked is snared I i I world \w are headed for a program : the Christmas program on
''in the work of his own hands" of federation economically Sunday December the 22nd. The
!i i Psalms 9:16.: educationally, politically and re- committee consists of rrs. w.
: Among the citations which compri.5e ligiously, Kemp, lrs. E, Keen and Irs. C.
: IsElection the Les.son-Sermon is the fol- This Sunday night the pastor A. Moberg rrs. W W. Dubose.
I I II lowing from the Bible: "Ca3t away i will preach the fourth of the series Director announced a Training
i ,' from you all your transgressions I basing his conclusions on the 17th Union study course to begin Monday -
whereby ye have trangressed: chapter of Rewlation. The speaker November 4th. Following tM
and make you a new heart and a will attempt to show that the I general session, the classes and
i. Day new spirit: for I have no pleasure present trend is indicative of the i unions engaged in discussions. The
in the death of htm that dieth things of. the future. The musical meetings opened with a covered
i saith the Lord Goo: wherefore family of some fifty, choir, or- i dish supper again up to par thanks
turn yourselves, and live ye chestra and quartet will augment to the arrangements committee the
Ij ("Ezekiel 18:31: to : 32), the "Illuminated Cross Meditation Mesdames F. G Gilli, O. Gilbert,
:
voters should take advantage
j All qualified The Lesson-Sermon also includes Sing." At the morning hour of W. Kemp and L. G Aldennan.SK .
I I the following passage from the eleven the pastor will preach again ....
, of their right to \"ote. Christian Science textbook, "Sci- on the subject "Iill be like i .\ GETS COAT OF I'.tINT
ence and Health with Key to the? God" This sermon will show how Th Bank of Pahokee received anew
! :
, Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy: closely the false prophet of the I coat of paint this week. The
"In trying to undo the errors of Satanic trinity imitates the true I snow-white outward decoration
The only way to maintain our Democratic sense one must pay fully and fairly prophet, the Holy Spirit. ne gives the financial institution an
the utmost farthing, until all error ladies quartet will sing attractive appearance on its familiar : -
i form of Government is by ex- is finally brought into subjection .... I corner in.. Pahokee... I
t I to Truth. The divine method of I Mr. and Mrs. W B. Moutz and I ------ -

;; : el'cising our right to \yote. paying sin's wages involves unwinding son, W. B., Jr., have arrived from lrs. Joseph Kahn spent tilt
. I one's snarls, and learning Bartow to spend the season in i weekend in S1. Petersburg visiting
j I II from experience how to divide between I Pahokee where he will be engaged .her son, Alfred, who is a student at
I sense and Soul" (p. 2tO: in the crop dusting business. Florida Military Academy

.I 'Ve believe vote for AMENDMENTS 2.-32). i
your ... _. -
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i 4 and 5 IS A rOTE FOR I Tin 1>>III1.TIIE.CI4oSS '

I I BERRY FUNERAL HOME
GOOD GOVERNMENT This Sunday morning the pI i-
, I lathea Sunday School Class WIll i
: attend the church service at eleven
f, !Fir.t Baptist Church of Pahokee. Ambulance Service
: One section of some thirty seats
Your vote for these amendments:
reserved for this A
be
! I will group.
part of the worship program will Pahokee Ph 2301; Belle Glade Ph. 247
\\'ill help to check Bureaucratic Con- ht' used for the reconnizing: and
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, honoring: of the teacher, Miss
trol of your State GO\yernlnent. Elizabeth Caraway and the memhers. I II I

, I Ii This class ha., over the past
i I year enjoyed a most substantial I -
. I growth and at the present rat will ; MUSIC
! : (This space paid for by Palm Beach County : be in the near future one of the PIANOS JE'YELI -
! \ Democratic Executive Committee.) I outstanding classes for ladies of I I 1

I I f : this age group in this area. All J. 'V.RASHLEY
I members friends and prospects I I II
'- I are cordially invited to be present. I : JEWELER. Belle Glade, Fla
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GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY
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! I Passage Of I Trees Vines Shrubs Citrus

of all sizes and varieties for

II t your Selection.LANDSCAPING.

I Amendments 4 & 5 I I Ia5

you like it."e are organized and etluipped to doa I

I thorough job from plans to completion of planting. i iI iI i I


I As always, you are j jI
! Will Tie The Hands of welcome at our 1 1t

I t I
I
; NUR-iERLE.S: 1100 Southern Boulevard (Route No. 25 at

City Limits), Wet Palm Beach, Florida !

! The State Road Dept. ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO. I


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! : and Block I I

Virtually : I __ < t

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I I Authorized Dealers . .

: I WISCOXSIX Allt COOLED ENGINES
Planned Road
Building \LSO HEP.\IH I'.\I1'S

PIPE .\r.\II.\BLE IX S I.\LL, (1I'.1N'1'ITIES

I-I inch to 2 inch
In GladesVOTE

NESS' POHT.\BI.E Il'ELIE11 EnaI eIing u.; to

du any bind of Steel ('()n%trurti"n at and' place

llannfacturE; Of

IHHH\TIO: :1N1) nn.Ia) : I'I'111'S

AGAINST II1'nR.II'IJ(' MOLE IR.11NS
WEEn ('I101'I'EIISll'F

: M.1NI'F.l'TURE E\"EHYTIII G TJI.I.E .\

) : orT OF IIU\ FOR r'SE I IN

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Canal Point }Iac1iine \Works

C.AI. POINT- I'IIONE ;)31 I'. O. BOX 466

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Friday, November I, 1946 The Everglade News, Canal Point, Florida
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.- "'I I Program Announced R. Harrington, Mrs. Florence Phoebe Ann Ramey by Annette McIntosh and Joyce
Sieblinger, )frs, Pratt Pope, and
Are Now The For C. P. Methodists Irs. Frank Wil3on. Has Lynn Hurt The hostess wad as-
Birthday
AUTHORIZEDDEALERS I -- ..... Party sisted in the entertaining and the

The Canal Poi n t Methodist Friendship Night Is On her ninth birthday Thursday serving of refreshments of ice
Church will observe the
for Sacrament Observed I evening of last week Phoebe Ann cream, cake and punch by Mrs.
of the Lord's Supper on Sunday By OES I i Charles A. Baker and Mrs. Lloyd
morning at 11 A. M. Communion i5 Ramey was honored at a lawn Hundle)',

WisconsinAirCooled held in our church on the first The Pahokee Chapter, Order of part and wiener roast given by I Neighborhood children attending

Sunday of each month, alternat- Eastern Star, observed annual her mother, rrs. George B. I as guests included Roger Jaudon,

ing monthly between the morning friendship night at a meeting in Ramey, at their home on Bacorn I I Blanche Elizabeth Bowers, Kenny
and services that aU the Masonic Hall Point Road I
evening so on Thursday land Annette McIntosh, David and
who so desire may partake Our evening of last week. Mrs. Beulah The Halloween motiff was used I Judy Cunningham, Jackie Stanley,
Motors altar is open to all who desire com George was in charge of the pro- in party decorations and each I Carol Joe and Eva Gail Guthrie,

munion in sincere reverence and gram. guest received a small Halloween I John Lloyd Hundley, Jon Pope.

'Ve have them in consecration A short communion Each of the guests invited to the box or basket of candy as a party I Marcia Jean Guthrie and David
meditation by the minister will meeting by an officer of the chapter favor. Contest prizes were won Ramey.HERBERT'SFine.

stock also Repair precede the sacrament, was presented with a gift. I
At the evening service the min- Among these were George W. --- .- -

Parts ister will speak on the fourth of Grasnick, Lake Worth, and Walter 11! 'fY"IY' "lWff'If"f"'f'' "
-oCARVER- the series on "Triumphant Certain- Schlechter, Belle Glade, OES grand
ties" or our Christian faith The guards who will attend the general Clothes For

PUMPS sermon topic is "You Can Feel the ,Grand Chapter meeting in Tampa, .
Drive of Devotion!". The service Nov. 10-12; Mr. and Mrs. W L. and \Yomen

will begin at 7:30 with the singing Cox and Mrs. Peggy Goodell, Lake TAILORED TO MEASURE
SUCTION HOSE of more of your favorite gospel Worth; Mrs. R. K. McEwen, West
Hare Your Ladies'
Clothes
Palm Beach Tailored
hrmns and Mrs. E. Smith,
and : The Junior Fellowship is holding MiamI. A Man's Tailor

an outing on Friday, Nov 1 at the Mrs. Pearl Hamilton, formerly I LEY
Irrigation Pipe regular meeting time of 3 P. M of Belle Glade, was received as a A BELCHER
Games and a Treasure Hunt ar- member of the chapter through

ranged by the minister will pre-i affiliation. I
BOX 876
also AHOKEE
available I
cede: a "Wiener Roast". The group Refreshments were served during -

-oIf is growing with every meeting and 'I the social hour by Mrs. I\'a = .
'.V.'
the boys and girls are very enthusiastic i Snyder Mrs. Jennie McKinstry and

you hunters are in the about the program. AU boys Mrs. Ruth Carpenter, hostesses. -- -

notion you better stop by and girls 8-12 are invited. I --- -..--
and get your license. Bring The Methodist Youth Fellowship,

eight Lucks with youyouwill 12.23 inclusive, meeting at theparsonage j I Simonson-Lair Circle

get a little change back I on Monday at 1, will TRIANGLERESTAURANT
discuss 1) the plans for the 1YF I To Sponsor Benefit
-\'cry little. The Judge
in the new Sunday School Building -
docn't trust us with more : and churchyard with the possibilities Members Of the Simonson-Lair

than one book at a time so : of new play equipment for i Circle Pahokee Methodist wscs,

we will be out of them as : indoor and outdoor use; and 2)) the at a meeting in the church school In Canal Point

often :13 we hare. them. :I proposed all-day outing of the Monday afternoon voted to spon-

: rYF . along with its regular sor a benefit silver tea in Novem-
I Serving Only the Finest Foods
\\' I business. Pll-flse be here on time ber, proceeds of the tea to go to
e managed to get a retiepairs
: f.O that our full business session the Gertrude Shirley Circle, winners -
of rattle-snake legging I Regular Meals & Short Orders
: may be held. I of a recent mi..ion study
They may he your The W. S. C. S. observed a presentation contest. \trs. Arch

ize. n QIert bought a pair. Quiet Day of Pray in the church I makey, chairman, presided at the
lie sez it makes you feel I on Tuesday, meeting in the parson- !brief business session. JACK A. PIIILLIPS, PROP

)better when you walk\ into I age for lunch. Those ladies attending Following the meeting the group

the palmetto: knowing amlke i the DistrictIeeting of the I attended the third class session
: 'an't bite through i \\'. S C S at White Temple Methodist -I of Irs. R. J. Schroder's mission - - -

those legging laying in the I Church in Miami were Mrs. A. :study course on "The Family and 'I'-----
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hunting Imggr. I 0 Itg Christian Fulfillment." Special ---- -
outside assignments on the sub-
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ject were presented by Mrs. A. D.

AMMUNITION] Classified Ads Beverly Mrs. O. D. Carpenter,
Mrs. I. E. Hamilton and rrs. J. M. Ilolllogellizetl '

A small allottnlent ElliottAt I
the conclusion of the
has arl'iYed-nlost- sFl'TIG tanks and grease traps Irs. Duncan Padgett and study rrs.
cleaned and repaired. Phone Vitamin D Itlilk
3872 Bob Carpenter acted a.s hostesses during I
ly large shot but Douthit, Pahokee.-- -n7c. I the serving of refre3hments.

ammunition right FOR SALE: Fine display of New -. -
and reconditioned trailers. Small
on down payment balance like rent. David Cunningham !

We have three lot and carry a AVAILABLE AT OUR
Has Birthday Party
ALARM CLOCKS Seventy-fi\'e thousand do 113 r s

tock, we surely can solve your GROCERY STORE ;
housing problem. Arthur Trailer David Cunningham celebrated
I
One whole dozen Sales, East main St. Pahdkee his eighth birthday anniversary at -{).:-oLFA- i
Open from 10 a. m. !u 9 p. m. a theatre part given by his mother -
'. Mrs. D. W. Cunningham. Sat
Electric IronsOne daily including Sunda) tfch11'OIIK I
urday afternoon.
W.1\TFD for new 1: yard Following the playing of Halloween !I
whole half-doz. unit dragline R. \\'. Sales PaI I games at the Cunningham .

hokee Hotel, Pahokee, F1a.9pd I home rrs. W. M. DuBose assisted
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I the hostess in theer'ing of refreshments -
11'.1NTFlYoung man or 16
I of ice cream' cake,
Ironing boards of to
years age operate popcorn
'. David
salted nuts and cand) Then
Dishes Theatre machine., Pahokee Apply in person. Prince ltc and his little guests were off to Phone 20 Belle Glade, FJa. I

Silverware the Prince theatre to see Sunset I1

FOIL S.\I.E: 22 horse Johnson out- Carson blaze his way down "Ort'g-
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Enan1eh\'al'e board motor, Al condition, inquire on Trail." --- --= - -_ = _

Glasses Sears Station, Canal Point. Guests include Jimmy Colion, _Hh_ _ __ ____ _
Allen Segrtle. Phoebe Ann Ramey,
D'i'et' 11'.1STEl): Bookeeper, 1 u m b e r I Judy Starling, Annette McIntosh. 0I - -

yard experience preferred. Gei- Ii I Tommy Elliott, Jeanine Mock, I I i ij

Electric Drills ger Lumber Compan Pahokee. ; Pat Elliott. Bennie Baxter and j
Itch :Judy Cunningham. A Servant of the Glades !
Chain hoists I -... 'I : I
11'NTED: Girl or woman to assist : I

wire stretchers with house work. Stay in or ;: Baptist women I I

live at home. Apply \'. L. Geiger !
Hand trucks I Organize New Class I Totiliami
residence in Pahok Itch : 4 Buses
Ladder I IXl'tU I To West Palm peach I
\\'.\ : : Twt'nty-five men to attend ( Young Women of the Pahokee I

Electric Bench Bibht! Class Sunday morn- First Baptist Church met at the I Daily To n Myer&i & Lakeland !
I inj at 10 clock at Baptist Church home of Mrs. W. T. Harris -0:1
griluler I ;
j I in Canal Point.- TeJrh r. ltN Thursday evening of last week to I
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class
I organize a new at I
and eleven hundred I l'It''llll'TI1)\ The Everglades school with Mrs. J. J. Ch1san to Glade Motor Lines Ine
i News cost $2.\4) Per :
other items I 1 art as tracht-r. ,
I mailed! several '
year statement .
\\'llkinson elected
I Mrs Kilda was
the other dSi.me of the folk., I Ii H "
Catttnnf"B.1mt' SERVING THE GLADF'
president: M r !I.
i rt'l't'I\nj. them must have overhltlkt.ti and Irs. Intz P.oberts. n'.'
the statement because .
.
11u. l1ldTt-d lILr-
presidents: !
r::,',kc haven't arri\'t' Maybethis
PahokeeSllpply .secretary-treasurer Mrs Dot'! \
little rt'minJt'r111 bring the I Jacobs and 1Ir1. Margar.t llgro'ip K
nec 'ssar l'ht'du. rn.
captams.
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remU: Chrome It was dt' ldt"d to; r.sn:'> t e A
: plated dtnt't-
eras! the Mattie l""hut.1n CI ,
Co. "'ats..iL i ) c.iblnft sink all
1I'nlJfol''blp will md'ldr Woi'n ,
: t.s1. first class c) dition. GbdJ
\':::h I'i"kt't'! NScF)1' from IS t4) 30 }'tarl. Rel.ircla: ...,
!+tsiness aDd social meptirgs u. .
%n--InfJnt"s bed head rnsplefo.'t bf held on the fourth W''dn dati
HARDWARE'
and Sldt. pr3ctica new, evening at each month. A men.' I

I.rear \nilt\ Becd. trJ. PaScheepel. t bershtp goal of :S to bereached r'i

l. Pa.okee &, 4'31. ;i Cho:mas wu set by the gr.IUP I



News Canal Point Florida November I, 1946
Page SL't The Everglades ___ ____________ Friday
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I lAST- SEASON[ IT COST $$540 TO GROW AN ACRE[ Of CELERY[ [ '




An Additional $500 an Acre Was Average Cost Cutting and Marketing

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Many folks in the Lake Okeechobee I Tractors To Russia make tractors impractical. I'll with four, Orlando airlines with and three 1600 passengers air-- Caldwell To Talk

Region take one look at a China many tractors never reach i
lines, 30 and 3S6 To State NewsmenTALLAHASSEE
flights -
While Farmers In passengers I
beautiful celery field and decide the farmer, but are allowed to rust
West Palm Beach, Tallahassee -
that celery growing is the quick America Wait on the dock I ,
Pensacola, Vera Beach, Governor
of 18 1946 UNRRA :
.As July ,
rich in this agricultural
to get
way
Daytona Beach, Marianna,
Key Millard Caldwell has extended sn
have had shipped 12,383 tractors, dis- ,
area. Some of the farmers Russia, the main stumbling West and St. Petersburg follow
wound tributed as follows: invitation to the press of Florida
taken that envious look and block to world peace, is still be- I' with 12 other lessor airports listed.
on the short end of the prover- Ruda and lie-I Satellites through the three press association
up ing made beneficiary of Uncle Albania ... ..._...-..-.....-..w.- 334 I Lazarus points out that no Flori-
bial born after a season or two Sam's stupidity. Time after time Austria . ................... 400 I da city is more than 86 miles from groups, Associated Dailies of Flor-

growing the luscious weed. Mid-Western Representatives have Czechoslovakia ..._....-. ._._.-.1,893 an airline stop and that about 63- ida, Florida Press Association and

CElery, introduced to the Lake I warned that American tractors, so Poland .. .._......____.......... 4,721' 000 residents of Georgia and Ala the Associated Pres.i Managing
Region only a few short years ago, badly needed on American farms Yugoslavia .. _._.______.... 3,437 bama are served by Florida ports. Editors Association, to join him

has provided a means for several : are being shipped out of the coun- Byleorussia ..... ._.....__.............. 168 i He lists 19 cities, including !1 for 'frank discussion of matters
big growers to 'get in the money"rather try. Their complaints never raised Ukraine ........_...___.w-.. 137 Tampa Fort Myers, Perry, San- a
quickly But that was before a ripple on the New Deal waters. ford, New Smyrna Beach, Stuart relating to the tate government,

the day of exorbitant grow- The complaints were silently tole-- Total ...._._...._...._. -............. .10,820 Fernandina as potential service I either on or off the record" He
ing and harvesting costs It is a I ated. Test of the Wortd I stops for planes flying intercontinental proposes that the meeting be held

'different story completely today I Now Representative Dean M China .. .... .... .................... ...... 400 Great Circle Routes. ; at Orlando, November 7.I ,
compared with what was happen- Gillispie of Colorado is yipping to i Greece . ..., .. ......... ...... 1,343
ing in th celery deal three or four 1 the high heavens that Russia ano! I Italy "... ...... .. ......... 79 1 .. "CtwIa'"
years ago. Facts and figures gathered her dominated countries have rev ---

from big and little growers ceived 12,383 good American trae- Total 1,563 I where
on the Lake will bear out this tors through the generosity of UN- .... From I sit N, .6yJoe Marshrr

statf'ment. RRA.uAltog'ether $50.000,000 f'
To give the uninitiated an ideeaof worth of tractors," says the Color Florida Allotted

growing costs of the everpopular I radoan, "were exported during the
Millions For Airports ,
and crunchy plant one of the I six months ending April I, 19H, FriendshipThreeThousand
area's most successful farmers and 14,500 tractors are allocated ,I --
pointed cut that last season it I for shipment in the coming I TALLAHASSEE -- W. C. Lazarus << Miles Apart
of the Aviation Division -
director
cel-
cost $540.00 per acre to grow months,
try Close questioning by this re- It should be recalled that UN- of the State Improvement
I Commission reported this week Ever play cht'ss It's a great chC''board.! And the Englishmangave
statement United States
porter brought forth the RRA is largely a
constituted thE and that Florida has been allotted : One or the strongest friend- rites him that he does the same.sh.s .
that the $510 only financed charity organization
actual growing costs, and did not, that whatever U\RRA sends into I twelve! million dollars under the I, : I I.new or started with a game "You knmr, it's almost 3' if weof

in any way, include any of the cost Russia and her satellite countries Federal Airport Improvement Act. dC''s-brtwel'n Dad Ho..lin, in shared a glass or !beer together.
of preparing the weed for market.A is robbing the needy American I He said $3i90OOO of this amount our ton.. and :1 man named Dalton too:" says Had contentedly

close check on this showed that farmer and giving a machine to I will be needed to construct or alter narne, i" En?l-.nd. From where I sit, you can talk

another $fJOO per acre wa neces- people who know nothing about its i air fields and buildings and be I' Th'c never seen each other, about diplomacy and foreign poire"

sary to cut, prepare, crate, pre- operation or its uses points out that the greatest need er r. et. nut for the past (.' .ab: ily. hu' it's often those litte! thins
cool and make ready for market 'While food production of Amt today is for air field buildings I -lik.1 of chess glass
game
-:t:; : ;:\c ba playing little I lean farmers continue to be impeded In a survey made to formulate
the many handsome packagt'sthat j i.i;; r.:'liI t 'ether-Dan! PUZZ1:1: ; of lll'er-tht can make for to1er0" -
recommendations to the CAA for
come from an acre. by lack of machinery, says lnC\ mJ understanding , besen
I national e'' t'1: :1.est !ctt r,white he -
'the Administration inclusion in the airpotplan
One grower in a recent discussion Hep. Gillispie twu'u J't.'Orlc of all nation . Le-
: Ls
Lazarus thaat Miami < s : c.tr o :-:111 r..o"cJ
continues its policy of playing reported
said that last spring he spent !
twcn ribors; : here at home!
En ;' l.
2.25 per crate to put his celery on Santa Claus to the worhl. s 36th street air terminal ill :

the market and realized $1.75 for "These tractors can be seen rusting I the state's leading airport being 1-<', ..t....'.-...<-.!'. t".1! l.". L.t .'"iJ..L ... (11.,,
it One can readily see, whether by the roadside in Albania and served 15y fight domestic and intfr- r.:...."' '' J., .'" t.r br Lt'>iue l.ii otv 'I eld'fflL.
do not :national airlins, about 160
he is an expert accountant or not, Greece. Farmers there handling
that a grower can't make money know how to use them, and if they flights each day and some 3,500
on a deal like that. In many in- I did the size of their farms wound passengers, Jacksonville is next .:.,t 't :I:. l'l./l,1 t..., :>ZL3..l.i..l 1.i:If.JJU1

stances, however celery prices I .
were' far above the $1.75 mark
during the H'aSon. The above ref-
4 trence wu made to a certain 100

acres that happened to hit a low

market
Nearly 2,000 acres of ('('leryhave

been set so far this season,
according to H 1. Speer, assistant
county agent. A. Duda and Sons

Belle Glade growers. are planning
to cut some celery in about three
w'ks. Other growrs in the Lake

Region will, as a rule, come in for
later rutting this faU. Two of

the areas largest celery growers ,
in the past-Van Landingham ]
Brothers and T. 1t'. Kni ht-4Irt> c::

not growing any celery this year.
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Plant Plans To Call Process For New '. RJGOP rt u rdfn e'sI



Acres Scrub Palmetto
Jfll1S//I'b 7aslt' IlSI

I '
rt'\TA GOnDA If plans announced .
this week by a new indu .
trial organization, the Palmetto I

1 lber Company of Wa+hin ton, go I'o'
through, a $9,50.000 palmetto fiber

plant will lie built in Charlotte '. TES48 YEARS OF
county and hundreds! of acres of I fELElR.

fertile farm lands will l1t' clearelof f' .
I ',- -
scrub palmetto to become available '
I
for agricultural crop,. I \ SERVICE TO
The> new cflmrmy proposes to I
rake $2,000,004.1 from the sale ot \
stock and proposes to construct a !

plant capable (1f prnlucing! : :i,600- I II
000 ruunds of fiber annually for I II : 0 FLORIDA I
upholstering: anti the manufa'turin I liI 'Rhl:< ? I..jr.1lt's ils .i$ill Birlh..1\! 11\ rc-Ji.!
.:
of coarse cordage and heavy i. .
fabric adapted to industrial use. I At liurlliut' 4. .
C.1tm It, rat rt"t'urto vour service. "
The pith surrounding the palmetto "
< \
fiber is alrt'a,tc tking! used in Ue '

manufacture of.burl. hr.g: beards I ill Miami. i itnliit"" Lin..ln R".1,1 (, Ii.mi licacll). '" .. 4.' : !
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t'SWl.tTkX I'I.\ 11'I&t rmrra flfJflI
Members 'f the Pahokt't" First i GIRL''I" J.,9"'it Palm I 1,)eacll I .\"u will dial I every .

n a I't i 8 t W'man's Missionary i t I
I
t'nl(1n met at the> church Monday tf t1i 1\\.1\'i th. W.1tdl I'
m\nJ'
afternoon to make plans for r.J. : \1 t or1anizstitm un '!' Ir. Gar,fetJJI'Io

tag) a local delegation to the WMU : '. : ".

I'slm.Lakt' x-iat1on meeting in I make, 'our 1 : nh'r\ I.'. ,,,.lnt . Anl I in t J H. t'I
Ilo 11t'n Reach 'In 11'edresday of I
'1611"'. Qoc1iii
this we<'k. Mrs. O. o. Gin rt.
;. lirtallt future .1n.t1 !' . will b f t '1nii
president--_ .preside- -.--- I 't h'\\ ( ? . : i" ,

J. V. Fourmy, a former resident i
cf Canal Point. 1slttd Mr. and I ) cur .cr.-i ici: ? in fort L.%._:. : : I .7j

Mrs. W. n. \'L"1n a couple If days

this \\'t't'k. Yr. Fourmy iI located I l .
at Fellemere, I II .



November 1. 196 The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Page Seven

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Iary Frank Branch ; Mrs. J. P. Herring, Sirs, G. Echob.Irs. Mr. and Irs. F. SL Shaughnessy I guest of her mother, Irs. Mary D.

Hazel Jenkins Mrs. W. E. pent the weekend in Miami visiting Trotter, in Sarasota over the week-

Honored At Sho\ver Gethins, Irs. A. E. Sears, Mrs.I their daughter, Miss Jeanne I end.

I Melba Johnson, Irs. Raymond Shaughnessy. I Mrs. Addie Martin of Madison is

A party and shower in compli- Clark Mrs. Evelyn Dannelly, :Mrs Mr. and Irs. Homer Clause art in Pahokee to spend the winter

ment to Miss Mary Frank Branch C. R. Wetherington, Sr., 1r3. expected to arrive home today I with her :sister Mrs. Minnie L.

bride-elect, was given at the Wom- : Beulah Branch, Mrs. Tom Ennis, Mr. and \Irs. Elmo Powell of Pa- after a vacation of several weeks Hughes.

an's Club building Tuesday night ; Miss Betty Ann Sears Miss Doro- hokee announce the birth of a son, spent touring and hunting in the Mr. and Irs. Lawton Sims of

by Miss Catherine Miller 3fissMargie thy Chastain, Miss Lois Echols and Ellis Harden, at the Everglades Western States. Their grandson, Canal Point have as their guests,

Adams, Miss' Eva Gainey, Miss Thelma P..ammage.. Memorial Jackie Stanley. can hardly wait to i Ir3. E, L Alston of Richl1nd.
... Hospital on Sunday,
Miss Marian Stokes, Irs. Jack Oct. 27.Mr. get his hands on that bear skin ; Ga. Mrs. Alston is the mother of

Carr and Irs. Julia Branch host- IEX'S BIBLE CL.\SS and Mrs. Edgar Johnson of Homer promised to bring back to \trs. Sims.Mrs. .

eases. The clubhouse and serving The leadership of membership Clewiston C. T. Jackson and Sons
announce the birth of a him.Edwin
table were beautifully decorated in vice president Thurmond Knight of daughter, Jacquelyn Edwina, at Rice and Charles A, Baker Payne and Tyler, Jr., and her

blue and white for the affair. The the Ien's Bible Class of the First the Everglades Memorial Hospital University of Florida students mother, Irg. J. W. Payne, will

floral decorations included tube- Baptist Church of Pahokee continues pent the weekend with relatives spend the week end in Lake Placid
on Monday, Oct 2S.Mr. .
roses, zinnias and fern. to manifest itself in terms of and Mrs. Rebin Barfield of in Pahokte. where they will attend the wedding

On the program of entertain- success. Each Sunday finds an Canal Point announce the birth of Eighth grade stuednts of the Pa- of Miss Anne Dunty and Elliott

ment Miss Adams sang "Always," increase in the enrollment bringing hokee School enjoyed an outdoor Clark.
a daughter at Good Samaritan
accompanied at the piano by Miss the two hundred goal within 'iew. part and wIener roast on the levee Mrs, Vivian Barwick and lOn,
Hospital, West Palm Beach, on
Dorothy Chastain. Mis; Stokes led This Sunday morning the group Sunday Oct. 27. Saturday evening Miss Constance Dugan, of Wt'st Palm Beach were

in the playing of games. Contest contest will get under way This Mr. and Irs. Leonard Mason Smith class sponsor, acted as the guests this week of Mr. and

prizes Were awarded to Mrs A. will close Sunday November the chaperone. i Mrs. C. T. Jackson in Pahoket
are the parents of a daughter born
F. Stars and Irs. Grady Echo3.! 2Hh in time for the victors to be at the Everglades Memorial hos- Mrs, R. L. Parker is a patient I __ .. .. ,
Mrs. Jack Carr assisted the hon- honored at the men and boys dinner at Jackson Memorial Hospital in
f
pital on Oct. 31.
oree in the display of many love- the 25th. Miami this week, j jI jIrs.
Mr. and Irs. James Towler of i IS YOUR LIVER
ly gifts. Refreshments of cake This Sunday the teacher Re,', Belle Glade are the parents of a I :\ J. H. Wilkinson, Sr", accompanied -:

and cola drink were served by the C. A. Moberg will discus the I by her daughter, Irs. ;
daughter born Oct. 31, at the Pa-
hostesses. lesson "The flesh versus the hokee hospital.Dr. I Gladys Boles, and her son and I II CRYING FOR HELP

Among those registering in the spirit." This subject is on the heart daughter-in-law. and Irs. J. i iI
and Irs. Wilburn I
guest book were Mrs. A. I. Miller. .I of the believer as much, perhaps, Young I H. Wilkinson, Jr., recently visited : because ot constipation or faulty diIestion -
of Canal Point are the parents of ? If you feel bilious, sour,
- as any other because of the in- a son born on October 30 at the her granddaughter, C h a r lee n'i I bloated with gas headachy, blue,

ability to live the perfect life. Adams, at the Elks Home for Crippled grouchy, you may be putting too bib
Pahokee hospital He has been a burden on li\"cr Retained un-
jour
CHILLS I FEVER Can a Christian sin? Is the sin- named Walter Clark Young. Children in UmatiUa, Fla.j digested food becomes putrefactive,

ning Christian a hyprocrite? Is the --.-- where Charlene is taking causes toxins which overload they

DUE TO MALARIA Christian tempted? Does he yield rJents for a severe case of polio iMrs. i liver, keeping it from working prop-
Then Is the time to relieve
NeEquipnlent R. M .Young is a patient : erly. your
RELIEVED at time? These and other pertinent tired liver by letting Calotabs help

: questions will be answerffi. The Pahokee Bakery at Good Samaritan Hospital in nature sweep the putrefactive and

666c : class quartet will present its usual 1Vest Palm Beach this week. I partially digested matter from your
BY-- stomach and intrstmrs. Nothing acts
a. M Lwarad.wv! i splendid program. A most cordial Mr. and Irs. Wiley Tillis have: Marvin Unwin, University of just lIke good old Calotabs. Use as directed -
invitation is extended to all Florida student, has returned to lOc and 5c at your druggISts

__ .. __ recently purchased some new
I unaffiliated men of this area, and Gainesville after a visit with relatives
equipment for the retail department -
I "lsitors. The class meets Sundays in Pahokee. Take CLO1ABSTheatre
of their Home Town Bakery
CHIROPRACTOR I at 9:15: Fellowship Hall on BJco'm Mr. anti Irs. J. C. Mock have I
in Pahoket' Two new floor casteand
WEST P.\UI BEACH Point Road H. L. Jaud n is the as their guest her mother Mrs. Si. I
Mvn., Tu-,,. & %'ed. an attractive wall case have A. Gay. of Miami.Mr. I
BELLE GLADE I genial pn'sldl'nt. been added for use in displaying
Thurs.. Frt. S Sat. ----. --- and Irs. Alfred F.rick on of
the delicacies that
many tasty
IIl. L. S. JONES James Hepper Has come from the owns daily under I Canal 'Point are ,'isitingrt'latl't's.
: in Sweden and do not expect to return I Prince
Suite 301-2 Comeau Bds. i the watchful eye of Mr. Tilli The I
until after Christmas.
home
:
Phone 3650 west Palm Beach, Fla. : Birthday Party .
new cases an built of a blonde
Mrs. Juanita Sullivan was theNOTICE
I I colored wood, the name of which i

Mrs. J. W. Repper entertained dipped the mind of the Tillis fam- Pahokee Florida
TO ( .\1: In..\I.tls: I ,
on Wednesday of this week with a ily at the time the ro'ingreporter The City of Pahokl't' will receive -

birthday party for her son, Warren made hL call. Anyway the new bids up to 8 p. m., Tuesday Week of Nov, ;31'd
mJIT'S who ; five old
ryas years equipment makes the retail depart-
November 26, 19.16, for two 11;
Games were enjoyed md prizes ment of the bakery look at lot I ton dump trucks lIow body). Spec- ..
I
were awarded. Refreshments of more attractive and modern than
ifications may be secured at the office -

STRANGE TIIAT cake, ice cream, punch, candy and h."tofor. of the city clerk at the town Sun.-Jlon,

nuts I
HONEY IS CALLED _0-- hall in the City of Pahoke by all

'' Those l'njoymgthe party were: interested bidder .
; 6tolt. 1it14t Yfll
.W UCH bOVCH STICKS Caroline Scott Hall,
Mary Betty I
I. The City Council reserves the
BRENT
TO YDURFINCERS/ Scott, Martha Hall, Marie Sapp, Bill tORINQf
right to reject any and all bids.
Rusty Hall, Wayne Browning, Paul : I Done and ordered this 2Znd day

Dart, \'ernell Browning, Horace .f October, 1946.

Scruggs. Sara Dart Russell Dart CITY COUNCIL (

Caroline Scruggs. Jackie Scrug-g\! .
.
I City of Pahokee s a.wwwwwwTue
Lorenzo Connell! Janet Connell, Mrs. Paul Gisendaner, commercial -
Pahokee, Florida. ..'
Warren Repper. Also enjoying the instructor at the Pahokee I
By W. P.1Valker.
party were: Irs. J. J. Harrell ofTallahassee High School, will start a beginners' i <#
City Chrk. -
Mrs. Connell, class in typing and shorthand for
)renzo
Pub: Oct. 25, :\o\'. 1,8, 15, 22, 1916 ; 'VedThai's
Talm:1dg-e Browning and Mr. and adults at the high school on ton- .

trs. D. T. Connell. day, Nov, 4, at 7 p. m. Adults
I snII( r. or APPLICATION nm
..
l -- interested in taking the course are TAX 1)1.11)Ilou ,

asked to contact trs. Gisendaner ,e UIII So. 186: I"
"Steps Forward" Is NOTICE b hereby glH'n that William
before that date. Sailen the holder of the tollowtng

Auxiliary Topic \lr. and Mrs. J. F. Colson have certificate has filed: ald certificate! for
a tax deed to btt issued thereon The I
returned from Cairo Ga., where certificate! number and fur of tuanet' -
the d\erlpUon of the property
they attended funeral services for
Your "dough" won't stick A program on "Steps Forward"was and the name In 'hl'b It was a sessed
presented by the Girls Auxil- Irs. Colson's mother trs. Ella B. l.i as follows Certificate No 1054. Year i

to your fingers if a fire, iary at a meeting at the home of Poulk. lrs. Arch Blake)' substituted of l.suancf'.>icrlptton June of Property 1. It D.: 1944.D. I

theft accident Mrs. Ralph Grimes Friday. Shirley I at the high school dUring Lots 16 to 19 Inclushf' Block 19 j .- .
or occurs North Pam: Beach Plat No. 1 ai
\trs. CoL on's absenct'
Watson: led in the group singing In Plat 15)0k 6 Page 30 Secttoas 3 I
unless you were properly : with Anna ue Hurt at the piJ.no. The Misses Betty Jean \fcLarty and 4. Townshlp 4J South. Range I : Fri
43 Ea't. Same In lllch asses'ed :
and Nell Latham students at Flor-
covered by insurance. Taking part in the Scripture reading Edward HArris I IAn
j I / were Carol Carpenter, LoisSullivan ida State College for Women, Tallahassee of said property being In the I
visited relatives in Paho- County of Palm! t'aeh. Stat ot Florida !
Bobby Moberg, Shirley tnt! such certificate shall bt redeemed I
o. It BLEECIIINSUR.tSCPr Watson, Barbara Il:1did and Donna kee and Canal Point over the accordIng to law the property jl
weekend.B. d..erlbt In such certificate will b4'
Grimes IN in
Irs.
1)\1I0KEE Jo Spooner sod! to the hlghf'ttt bidder at the Court
prayer. Refreshments were ser'- S. Waring arrived from Madison lIou."f' d.JOr on the flat Monday tn the
Monday evening to spend the month of o\l'mtwr.. 196 which l5 the
ed to 16.
4th day of So\-tmhf'r. 1946
week In this area on buo1infl. Dated this____ 28th du. of September
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C. \\113 and Sam Blazer of 1946.
''E. J .U.r.x ARNETTE'Circuit
[H.n .(' visited n. Waring here Court Seal, ,

a .n Tuesday.I1 I Clerk cf the Clt'"ult f'o1.lrt I ,
ct Pam! Beach C lmty

II __ _ __ Florida
Q I ROM FAint TO MARKET I Pub Oct 4 11 18 25 & Noe I 1946I !

D THE rmrnT folln 1\ \'I) FOR -- - - -
\DI nrfll fOrSTr, I1.0811)1. I NOTIE or SIZE
: ('lltFRV. 2111iROTIIT Notice l'l given hereby that In and OJ
(tualit,, Pays ELLIS virtue ot eteeutton l\lluf'd b\ the Cir-
Pant1f.: cult Court of Palm Beach C'! .nttFlorida.
\ I dated 11 dar of Ju\: 194')
; :\tREU IS : i. ar.at J F Petty upon a Jud'fnf't:'
1)N!>ndantI In the C&"f' 'If J F Pttty pamtf '. 4
p WITII LARGE PROFITS SOIl( F TI) 1PPF.\Rr ; Donate Petty defendant bf'1r.1 ra"i
i I U 161 tll'r..lr. the ; ,:11c.f
t soil uR\'IS ELLIS R. A li0 : In prtnlp
E aE :4. 4 .,, .; 1' frr.\CK SQDN 3RD AT- Four Ihnd'f'd DoIa'S! +JO 00 I ,'t 1'1Intt"rHt Twin Features
r3, K iHot.P; APO 321 c-o ('OOTr. I"otlo and fees to bfo aided:
V' : n :. \0: nusnsco. C\U- thereto that t John P Kirk a' SI''rJ!
NocateeManateeILDIPEWUXIH'ILTES 71 If-\: of Palm Beach C''Jnty Florida have 'ttut"layt'
E od i y .,.,. :.rr& v nrl'd try spear levied same nn ar 'a.ddl'd Onf.-t.a.f I
,. .' Court on the lad ofA interest oared br the laid J P Petty I
0 1945 at the Court In the fOfJ.r,1! decrbed :ands l+raed'I
:: : W.o,' l'am: &a4h ram: &a.ht In ram Beach CI'.nto; Fl..rtda. t--: I -, .
r1; Arisrrr t.) te D::: t.)!, 17 Ia 19 4I :20 :n B:t U7 :,:. I
E ".: .:.' f'r DI\'rl' fll..., ualr.: 't the T Iwn-ar 'f I.v"I"PrT ate .M:.,( : \ t'( .
. 'tI j'f
I abo.\j' .nl'f'd: 'a'tV and The Pam: BMIi'h Farrri Compat.v P a' ,
E 1 V C Niagara I cFEIt'I'll.lziICS :- ;.,'A' a newspaper re u:ary No 2 rest reii'd :: Pa: &r.k N :
:. I'.\ :n h'h C"a,'\ PaT peas 29 to 40 :r. tr.f' rfre' ':.
". '. r"llltatl"f" a. the new'thi Crr"ut Co.rt of Pam: nearh c' ,'.' I I ; t
IX i E"I'l'IDEII. i iil . Order 'Ilal: bte F!r.Tlda and that I w..: Offer the y! ,',.. ; jJSPAc'
: : each week: f"r four con- said :nterest If the '&111 J F P-t'ti :'.
.\.....:. .; "'j'" I and to he anrflOo&14 :an.t.11' \&.. '. / ._ .1.. _ __ j jA i
',t "\rl ORDER!!) at W..t PLmPi tt.1' htth- bidder :J1' rash hfof'Jrr the .
B,arh ('."mt,. P.'rids test front !t.J!' of the ra.r. Beacc'v vi.i. : : J I i
: .' Oc't.1!eT A D Itt ,: ; C-.'l't ad.,.. :w Wet Pa.mfiesch. I
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