The Everglades news

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The Everglades news
Alternate title:
Belle Glade news
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Everglades News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
January 3, 1947
Publication Date:


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Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note:
Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note:
Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).

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RECENT ,,Iowa Farmers To $452 Unemployed In One WeekIn Get 1!I Rotary Club Dissolves P. H. S. Athletic

OPERATIONSBy !See Our Farm Deal Palm Beach County Council; Turns Nearly 85,000 In Cash


I -Paul -Rardm Ii Thirty cone progressive to the Everglades Iowa farmerswill next compensation Payments of in unemployment Palm Bt'ach''!; Over To Local High School OfficialsBlue

county during the week I nnn-
Wednesday to see how muck is ( '
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farmed in this area In their Dec 21 amounted to -152.00 and After 12 seasons of highly MICctssful -
I want you to be sure and read were made to 31 16
persons men
home state the 30 farmers till Place On AllStaleJ operation the Pahokee
the annual financial statement of I and 15 women. Carl B. Smith.
muck Foil They are anxious to High School Athletic Council was
the Pahokee High School Athletic Chairman of the Florida Industrial -
Council appearing on the back learn first hand the methods that Commission; reported E. pooner. ace Pahoket Blue dissolved! at yesterdays muting
are used here.
page of this issue. It shows that I Throughout the state payments Devil guard was voted a positionon of the dub and all assets and
I The will arrive in Clew-
the council has done another year group railroad amounted to $56653950 and were the Miami Herald l Little $4.' 376" turned. over to Pahokt
iston by special car on
of excellent] work. The councilwas I made to 3710 of whom 2.293 were All-State First Team. Well-known
high school offici Dissolution
Wednesday and will be met by a
dissolved at jesterday's meet- I I men and 1.417 women I sport writers throughout the
of the council
result of
I party headed by H L Speer. assistant came a- an
of the Rotary club after 12Feasons State and 30 football coaches participated -
ing claimant this
I county agent They will I Compensated in I II ultimatum handed down bj the
of succsesful operation. in the balloting for theHerald's
registered available for
be taken over the Glades section. county. as StatetMetic Association which
I Stops will be made at the Experiment I suitable work and unemployed I '' third annual 'Little All- has niltnl! that no outside organization -
tatt' mythical eleenSpoontr. .
fault of their
Lt. McClellandDies I Station, the packing center through no own. may handle the cash that is
160 pounds fighting
''in Belle Glade and the State I were listed: asProfessional : involved in operation of high
In Germany I & Managerial 2. d\namite .was "in there" on everyplay.
: Farmers Market at Pahokeee I school athletics
I A. Sales 7, Service 11 Ag- both on the offence and defense -
I I On Wednesday night a round Members of the sol\ed cou-
Lt. Ernest V McClelland\ well and hu- work was outstanding -
Skilled 7, SemiskilledUnskilled. .
table discussion will be held at theWoman's : ricultural. cil are : Dennis Caudill and ClvdAlley .>
known residents of this in what local fans considerone '
to many Not Classified 1.
club in Belle Glade and j of the high school and V. C
area, died of pneumonia on Dec I I I of the scrappiest and
I I Drnton: Elmer
an invitation is extended to old -S Jones and Tom
21 at Stuttgart. Germany, where balanced Blue Devil forward wallsin
timers to drop by and visit with Kirk of the Rotary club The
1e was serving in the U. S Army' I' the history of the .school He ;
the Iowa folks for a while. E II. Ordinance I group has done an excellent job
with the 25th Constabulary Brigade Zoning played in all but one or two quarters -
Borchardt. a former Iowan will this year and their annual report
according to word receivedfrom out of a possible 40 during I
j I I entertain the at lunch Wed- shows that it was' the most successful -
the War Department last group Considered season A member of the Pahokee I
To Be i
ne!dav. year financially of any
week by his brother L. V. Mc\ I High School Senior Class he will ha''I
- during the 12 years the council '
Clelland of Canal Point. graduate in the spnng
been in operation
During the war Lt. McClelland To Examinedults At the next regular meeting of ) The complete 1946 Little All-I The successful history of the
nerved as an Army Air Force pilot the Pahokee City Council the proposed j State First Team is as i
For Tuberculosis council has been: chronicled'e
for sevreal years in Italy France zoning ordinance will be ) Curtis Campbell Tate High ,
Columns since the of its.
and Germany. At the end of the given consideration by council Pensacola End: Norman Schulman -
war he returned to the United JACKSONVILLE The State I members. The proposed ordinanceis I Miami Beach. Tackle: John I organization Organized at a
!time when the finances of the athletic -
States for a brief visit home then Board of Health expects to eXamine the work of a citizens committee I Ed Simmons, Mananna Guard:

returned to Germany as a member 35 per cent of the adult that has been working on it I Jack Karl. Seabreeze. Daytona I' division' of Pahokee high

of the U. S. Army of Occupation population of Florida for tubercu- for more than a year. I Beach.: Center J. E. Spooner Pa- i !Och(>Olere in the doldrums the
losis of the lungs annually andwill hokee Guard B D Baggs Cler- council has carried on in superb
He was awarded the Air The council Is anxious that all ;
Medal, the Silver Star and the appeal to the 1947 legislaturefor interested citizens and taxpayer mont Tackle: Bob Hall, Taveres, manner Teams at Pahokw high

Purple Heart Medal and received funds to carry on followupwork be present' to hear the proposed End: J. \\'. Calhoun. Vero Beach i school have had the finest equipment The-

letters of citation from General on cases of the disease discovered ordinance read and discussd If Back Ed Sirmones. Tavares. that money could buy.

Mark Clark. in the survey. holder will Back; Willis Anderson. anford. i finest of accommodationshave!
you are a property you
i ball
for the
The body is being sent back to In the current issue of Florida be vitally interested in the proposed Back: Wilbur Fnedson. Miami been provided work

the United States and upon arrival lIt'althott'5, the agency reports new law. After all. its provisions Beach BackPastor fans. All in all the council's

funeral arrangements will be I acquisition of three mobile X-ray : say where you shall build - I has been excellent when V.C ,
announced. units and says it plans to install a building and wh'at kind of a' At \"estf'rclln"s meeting
Denton, treasurer. read the financial -
-e. permanent survey equipment in building it shall be So. for your Seeks Large 1 I showing nearly

New FPA Head Jacksonville:Miami: and on the hospital own protection and information : Crowd For First : $*. OOO in report cash! in the bank he re-
should be present' when it is
Lloyd Herrm. publisher of the "It is expected that as many a1l you discussed Sermon In 1947 i I nvwl round of a warm applause and from congratulatory the listeninc -

Callahan News:: was elected president :OOOOO X-ravs a year can be done I The new ordinance is!' comprehensive -

of the Florida Press Association '. with these unit sif we have the in scope! and would bring The pastor Rev. C. A. Mohorjr. !' Rotarians of school officials
I | It i" the plan
at the annual convention heldin full cooperation of the communities about a thorough change! in buill- I' First Baptist Church of Pahokee ''to orjram/e an advisory council to

Miami recently where surveys are being performed Inc regulation in the City of Pa- respectfully urges the attendance harmnnth the
." Dr C. :M: Sharp director work in close
Other {>ff <'t'rs1i'CtPd were hokee of all the members and friendsthis : athletics -
srhool officials! in carrying on
Franklin Fitzgerald. Observer.Davtona of the bureau of tuberculosis: I --- -s--- -- Sunday the first of the now .

Beach first vice pre.-i- I. control, said. vear morning and night that the report in detail\
dent! Loyal J.Ti'bit' Democrat, I>r. Sharp reported the X-rav r"lolutionlorp:: Faithfulness in I The ff this
Bartow, second vice president units emI: ,! handle as: man a!' IV* Personal ItemsMr Church Attendance might get off appears! on the hack pipe

ons: a" vr>rr at a cost of about i!'sue.
will be the
J.'oridat'w "tut.'usic
Russell' Kay part'r to a good !
News Tampa; was reelected seCrttarytreasurer. 2i! cents an individualn experienced order! of the day with selections -----

observer can check some and :Mrs: C L. Shirley and bv the Ladies! and Class QuartetsThe

Directors appointed by president :3.0 chest film-_perour. sons. Bill and Leland hiv returned orch, !'tra will play at the Family Reunion Is

Herrin for the coming! year --- I I from a holiday visit with relatives mchtservice. The choir will aug-!

are. Edwin! A. 1t'nninSt'r.o.t'ws.::: . Open Race Track In ; in Gnffin Ga. They werearrompamed mert the song! service with the Held Bv Culhersons!

Stuart: Luther Jones Herald horn bv Mrs Shir- nr.contitinn of the 'IlluminatedVo !
Jan. 15; W. J. B irks. and birthday
Belle Glade: Polly Rose BalfeRedUnd Tampa lev s mother Mrs ( !;s Meditation Smg The third :\ family reunion
HoniePteail who is VL-itmg here party wa held "n hriatmaa day
DIstrict Now. in tve series' of rmon teaching
: Fred Orr Western Newspaper TMPC CM.loi '\'t'Ja.1 Mr and :Mrs n.a\'m"n.J ' entitled Th" .JmJjf'mpnt'l" will +.* it the's,f'r and Mrs A. J,

Union. Ocala: A. P. C v\ke, Jr Tampa business man .reveilcd ers have as guests this Ak Mr presented Sunday night a! 7 in Oilb' in Pahfk with everyr

Courier Plant CIty: :Marie: Holderman. !- |i, early this wrk that ht ha... iu-i and :Mrsillnri: Thomas of Uae- \t the close of the Tnhulati n -ember f Hfamllv present.,11 Dock N <' Mrs Arme Thomas wer. Mr CuH mon'a
Tribune. Cocoa R H n.f'd..d\1.: ford Period the Jews' "c a ff<>rf wilt Otb'r guests
Berg Jr., News. New Siivrra l'ride V Y. as president! of tht'l and daughter Lucille} -f ::\Ia'tnn. be fiviid in .l"m,alm there to sister and hu.t>an.l. Mr and Mrs Rarirsssotntion. N C and Mrs William Gundlach W M BttrhfrU and Guy Sharon
Beach; Eugene S Matthew Jr.. o\\n-I| meet *v Ma\i. his second
Telegraph. Starke anti K 'rneth :>: ers rf te permit '.> conduit 11hor and son B.llv ..f J
McGowan Times. Quincy. !'r racing meet at the Ollmirtrack Canit ers:! and their house guests \'ntlf"ri will sing' the. Hbr***' the famIly

_--- _n_ ...... 'J'4'nt New's Thy in Key melody "TrGod .>? Abraham A lore table was erected and

| Diiks interest in the track hasteen \\' '.<=t.Mrs., dinner was! served on the lawn
Asks Special Room bought b\ JohnV KireVilmington :: Jess Butler and daughterCorne Mr and Mr ('ldt"'r+rn hate
For Polio Patients i \ Dt-Ieware. and transfer of JarK!onvilIe. are vising seven children Mrs Ollie Batch

I if the permit to't' a anJ her rrother :Mrs: G M Grimes aid :Mr: Jess Walton hadas lor rf Belle (:!'ads. Mrs W O

A Q. Howell appeared beforerahokte I Kane has beer approved bv the in Pahokee holiday guests Mr and Mrs star-pj Mrs Rosa Curlee. Ard,.

Lions at their Tu.\.s,..saylunch" : FI,'nd3. State P..tcr.i Commiss I Claude S Jone motored t- Hampton J
,- n meeting and asked their j "Mr Dock IS no logconrect- West Palm Beach lVedresday ttTg > also their prardd'\ughtfT. Jean ',f Ut Palm P.earh

support of a movement U obtain i it'd with the track in any way." horns :\Irs: Jones ad their larger ail Shirley! Jrgerson of In the afternoon a birthday

a special room at the Fverglade : Vega said U" Arthur Wise. Wiijmirgtcn new son Claude Siiiev Jr from \S'est Palm IY-act. partwas! given in honor of

Memonil Hit petal for examination i habeer: named secre- St Marv', Hospital ----- Emory Oulberjion by his wife and

and treatment of convalescingp tarv-t"E'a.cur..r of the association M" and Mrs PJl'ltlrl'atYl:1 M- and Mrs Poland Johnsonand mall l'U'' >r.. Krcorv Jr The day

patients I and will rrpre rt Kane here had IU guests through the te>)h-
R. J. &1:r.>Jt'r. house chairman. I I According t't't &. plan are day their daui: tt'r. M." Mayo to arrive Sunday from NewiBnta.n. Cuirrvn family and will k.nrtt

wa authorized to purchase ad- being pushed to get the Od,mar 1Vatson.! and theio! !!, Saj !' r. I Conn for a vn:t with her + rerremhrred a..1tt.f' very bust

dion&l chairs and table needed fcr I plant in top: (,- :iicn for the bath of whom are atterd.rg college |brct: -: -law and !''II*f'r. Mr and Christmas they tare tJ joye4 for.

the LoN Hall cfc.rg of the ::::< "'-

Two The Everglades News. Canal Point. Florida Friday, January 3. 1947
I I ;
been a dismal failure. Chemists Ibuying I it. In any event an advertisement -1 I killing the market and kidding
THE EVERGLADES NEWS may play around with their test I i placed in tae nation's I'ourselves and our customers the

tubes: all they like but they can't I metropolitan papers headed: way we've been doing for years.
the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region
Serving make an immature orange or 1' "WARNING: FLORIDA FRUIT ::1 venture to say that every green
Established 1924 Published Every Friday : grapefruit taste like a ripe one. j ISN'T FIT TO EAT Don't buy Florida orange or grapefruit that

Subscription Price; $2.09 Year In AdvanceThe I The color-added process may make GREEN. fruit wait until it is finds its way to market kills the
fruit attractive in appearance but I ripe: or word, to that effect sale of a thousand ripe ones laterin ,
Everglades News Is Entered at the Pest Office the consumer doesn't eat the skin:: would prove so startling that it the .asosn:

In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter. I and from the consumer's stand- would do a lot more good than -.-
point an orange is either good to harm. Otis Allen is a patient at the
Paul Itardin Editor and Publisher! eat or it isn't and when the I know it sounds ridiculous but Everglades Memorial Hospital this
hOll"<;,wife goes to her favorite it makes a lot more sense than wt't'k.
New Vegetables grocery store or fruit stand and :! .
Vegetable \ariationiil be strewed in 1947eed cata- I pays through the nose for Florida I -- ----- -- --- -.
fruit that "looks nice" and then
logs. Burpee is coming out with the first "true hybrid egg gets home to find that the darn

plant." It's a di .e-reMant consequence\ of fin years of stuff isn't fit to eat. she just nat- Authorized Dealers . .
forced e\olution. The plant is so strong it will hold its"eggs" urally lays off of citrus fruit fora
up off the ground, and produce 23 per cent more long time to come. WISCONSIN AIR COOLED ENGINES

than present varieties. Henry F. Michell Co. will offer a You and I do the same thing ALSO REPAIR PARTS I

new cucumber and a new tomato-Wall Street Journal. right here in Florida in the sum- t
PORTABLE WELDER Enabling, us to
mer time. We step into a store :
Complete Turkey and pay 60c to $1 for a honey dew do any kind of Steel Construction: at any place

melon. \Ve are fond of honeydews
"There you are, my dear," she said "my first turkey," and look forward to a real Manufacturers Of !

as she proudly placed the steaming bird on the dinner table. treat. Then when we sit down to IRRIGATION AND DRAINAGE PUMPS: ,

"It looks wonderful, darling," her husband responded. the breakfast table and find that HYDRAULIC :MOLE DRAINS J
"What did you stuff it with?" our costly melon u. as green as
"Stuff it with !" exclaimed the bride. "Why, honey, this grass and so hard that we can't ; WEED CHOPPERSWE

one wasn't hollow."-Northwestern Bell. even get a fork in it we are off :MANUFACTURE EVERYTHING THAT'S ,
honey dews for a long time. .
\Ve can spend two million or
Early ten million for that matter advertising THE GLADES
proprietor of the grocery tore had shown marked Florida citrus in newspapers -
attention to one of his customers. He practically I bowed national magazines!; and n.\\' OK NIGHT .\I'TOSKKICKsum

to the man as he departed from the store. Another customer through other m'diums.'e can .l r\xT ('II.\lailSG-IU\" OK NHJIIT
a new comer to the neighborhood} had witne:.-ed theproceeding show pretty pictures of juicy. full-

*., and thinking that the other man was some colored fruit and tell of its health I

celebrity, remarked: "I noticed that you treated your last value until we are blue in the face I Canal Point Machine Works :
with deference." and it will be like throwing money
customer some
. "Yes" ," ivplicd the proprietor. "he's one of our early -et- down that a rat advt'rtisinth hole if we fail to honesty backup I I CANAL POINT PHONE 531i'; O. BOX 466 t

tIers. and a dependable quality product !
"?ie doesn't appear over 10 to me" further observed the It might be worthwhile tr, supplement ,

oth 'r. our citrus inspection service -
"I 1 think you're right about that." answered the grocer bv adding few disinterested I .
"b} ? t he :dwa\'* takes care of his: bill on the first: of the ur.hia11 consumers Let a few S
mo-ith.: "-Christian; Science Monitor. hnus.\\' \'s. typical of tho=:p we i

--., must d. pt'r.lIpon for our mirket :,
--- cause We have been doing it for cure our f'arlfmit the "taste" '
;years and then when the reaction t-st T1..y'ilI! tellon in a hurr '
-<>ts in we howl our hloff.. And \ whether it is fit to oat or not
the blame le-t with the growersa No mtttt what other tests the ,
much as it does with the ship- fruit may have met if it fail t.pas .,
> the consumers "taste" test
(By Russell Kay) Both growers and shippers then it his no business on th' Co'1"d'The
market and it shouldn't be shipped -
o know that: September fruit! is not I

Killing the goo.-e that lays the fit to eat yet thy insist on rushing Some old timer was: their heads,! '

golden egg is universally recognized it to mirket Shipper-: who' and tell you that it is "impossible' ;

as an unprofitable practice .have contracted for fruit are beseged t.. top the shipment of !::'n.n'fr,1it.

but unfortunately then are some' by growers begging them and from what has been going '
folks who insist un disregarding to pick it "early"-the glowers <>n in Honda year after year I
Mich tune tested axioms;; and inconsequence are afraid of a freeze and dn'tI I am inclined to agree with them. i
the goose that lava I breathe easy until their fruit 1- I doubt if it can be done bv law :
'off and the sooner theUtter amount of paid out to
Florida's golden citrus egg is the trees or regulation but until we do find money
such Shippers hoping to hit a to this problem a lot
staggering around in a sorry !"onwnS.t'r
fancy market tike a chance on furnish with telephone serviceis
hurt. you
condition that citius interests; are of people are oingto get
viewing the situation with genuine gum fnut. They may ('omoat I nut 001pt'Oplt' directly in the
alarn. all right; but the taste they leave citrus; husinesa but just aboutoerv increasing faster than the amount
lot of *- ir the con>umers' mouth i-a *<> bitter in Florid for the in-
There are probably a rea.on.i one
that it kill! the market for and when I taken in. That's because telephone
for the slump in citrus prices: i idu;:trv is dominant.
unseasonable weather has' a lot to butter fruit liter on citrus folk ..ufft>r all of us must i
do with it but the old evil of shipping Our attempt to regulate tlh'shipm'nt tike the rap along with them in ,i materials, wages, services, and new;

green fruit is a primary of green fruit by liw has one way or another.In i
have all
building costs tre-
gone up
a column I wrote a few tears

I ago on this same subject during a''I Ii mendously, while telephone rates
similar i situation to the present I

susrsested 1 that one way we might have remained as low or lower than
put a stop to the green fruit evil
Join The was to turn honest and u.-e som
II i( they were many years ago. Tele-
Throngs I lof the millions of dollars we collect -

I Attend win for consumers advertising that purposes if they buy to phone earnings today are not only

Flritfmit: in September reganlles the lowest in history, but are dangerously
of its appearance it is not fit i

Races to eat and unre them to wait until low despite a record volume of
H! Dog it i is ripe
If we can't top the shipment of II business. Reasonable earnings are
; preen fruit mnxKp w.' might prn-

I at the I I1 Tt the consumer and prevent his!' ,I required to safeguard the full use-

; fulness of the telephone for you and
your community.
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January 3, 1947 The Everglade. Xews. Canal Point, Florida Page Three

J. E. Spooner, Jr., Has Great Plans Made Plan' For Better a greater tax effort to support : Mr. and Mrs. O. B. McClure and
their schools. daughters the Misses Ruby Jane
Birthday Party For Fla. State Fair :Schools Is Accepted Unquestionably Florida legislators and Virginia McClure accompanied
I ---- are concerned and intend to by their house guest Miss
Mrs Leon Spooner entertained TAMPA-Pan American Day at 1 I TAMPA Widespread acceptance finish the job at the next session Mary Meyers of Colorado Springs
at the Woman's and Florida sound school Colo., Christmas with his
clubhouse Satur- the 1947 Florida State Fair in by legislators of The Tampa give a spent :
dy night with a dance party honoring Tribune's program for better Florida system for which a foundation brother and sistrr-m-law: Mr. and
will be celebrated Wednesday ,
her brother-in-law J. E. Tampa on 'i schools is indicated in lettersin wa; laid at the 1945 and former Mrs. Guy McClure in Fort Pierce.
Spooner. Jr., on his eighteenth February 6, with atten- which many declared they sessions. - ----
birthday anniversary. The hostesswas tion of the public directed to the would work during the coming .L Mr and :\Ir.tL.. L. Shirley and
listed by Mrs. J. E. Spoonr colorful display of Pan American session! to give Florida youngstersthe Mrs. R. F. Hurt is a patient at daughter Peggy Lynn visited relatives -
Sr., and Mrs. Calvin Spooner. World it kind of schools they deservt. Everglades Memorial Hospital this in Tampa and Parrish. Fla.
Airways System was announced '
Guests were Gwen Gant, Cecil The Tribune's program, presented week. i I this: \\otk.Homogenized.
early this week by P. T. ,
Williams, Joan McLarty. Ray early last month was the consensus -
Hawk Jr., Ed Howell, Df-llona I Strieder fair manager. of the thoughts of many,
Jones, Dorothy Chastain, Jean The picturesque exhibit 100 feet educators and leading laymen. ;i4 1
Wilson, Ona Humphries. Kyle Hat- in longth11 be set up in the gathered during the course of the
field, Jack Chiviges. Charles Phillips -
newspaper's campaign to improvethe
Pan American Building adjoining:
Barbara Wilkinson Johanna schools.It .
the Flower Building. In it will
McKinstry. Raymond Caruthers. I parallels the thinking of consultants ::
Kenneth Johnson. John O g 1 e.: be featured large photo-murals de- and committees advisoryto
Frank Gillis, Lester, Bill and Ray, picting the many nations of South the Florida Citizens Committeeon =
Vitamin I) Milk
Hatton John T. Pickett. Jr.,' America Central America and the Education because it was obtained ,. ::
Fare Gilbert Rodney Connell. Lo-, West Indies. The products of all very largely from interviews 'I "
rt'ttaVi1 on, Yvonne Fraser, Lee 'tropical countries and PAA color with schoolmen and leading ,,
Wroten, Gwen Reeves, Blanche 'I movies with sound will be shownin laymen. ) ': -o-: tj
Stevens Peggy [oherg-, Barbara the exhibit which will be decorated In a poll conducted by the state '
Wroten Chales Dickson, Jean with the flags of all the office of the Florida Parent Teacher : AVAILABLE AT YOUR !
Egger, Shirley Jorgenson. Patsy I nations. Association! and reported by :
Geiger, Milton Salvatore. Joan I Consuls of Latin American countries Mrs. J. Floyde Griffin of Tampa.!j i ;r; GROCERY STORE I
Wilson. Billy RawLs. Joy Padgett. in Tampa will be asked to state president, only one out of ;
Melvin Spooner Betty Jean Hicks cooperate in focusing attention of 296 state board members count j -o- '
and Betty Jo Barwick.Mr. . I the public on the display. Striedersaid. officers and others thought Flori I I
February 7 will be Child- da schools should only equal the I 'I'
and Mrs. R. L. Brooks and :
ren's Day: at the fair: February 8. average for Southern states and I i
daughter Barbara have returned I Future Farmers: Day: February nearly half thought they should be I I, ;
from visit with her parents. Mr. LFACREAM '
and Mrs.a J. B. Fraser. in Fort 110. Ga."parilla Day: February 11, as good as the schools of NewYork :: 'I'II
I Governor's Day and Tourists' Day and California at the top.
I February 13. Shrine Day. "'\ According the post'ard"ent
"We will have three days of out by the PTA in conducting the I E ... .
I auto racing February. 8 and poll the latest national figures -- -"

'r I three 15." days Strieder of thrills announced! by auto crash and states U9J3-44I spent show more that money 3s per other pupilin 11[;;:1 Phone 20 Belle Glade, Fla. .I.II

Prince Theatre daredevils on February 6, 11 and average daily attendance than
: 14. Florida and 45 other Mates made

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Four The Everglades News, Canal: Point, Florida Friday, January 3, 1947

!New ContestIav: and visitors. The class meets''' C. L. Shirley is the fellowshipvice
This Week's Personality .
Sundays atI5 in Fello'ship'Hall president. Greeters for this 1
Change Honor Group on Bacom Point R 0 3 d. Sunday will be Park Keen and
I L. Jaudon is the genial president Willie Kemp.
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'q " t7 xrI ; This Sunday will mark the beginning -
'?- to. f of the contest for the
i members of the Pahokee :Men's ,,
;: Bible Class. The following were
; named last Sunday by Vice Presi- :
are invited to hear ho\\-
dent Thurmond Knight to serve: a* ,

;group captains: .Messrs.: A. Belcher. 1 Christian Science heals
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Max: Beverly. Howard Holman.
; i :M. J. Spell. J.: W. Upthegrove.Paul l By atter.dir.p this Fr,-". Public Lecture .entitled . .

i Watson, Leo Wroten and
i Horace Unwin. The contl.'still ,I "Christian Science Reveals the
: continue the last
c/ Ideal :
February after which the four i

% low groups will entertain the four I II

__ high groups at a fish fry. An effort -I I

f -aiw S will be made to dethrone the I EVELYN. HEYWOOD. C. S. B.. of LONDON ENGLAND

__ present reigning monarchs Paul : Member of the Board of Lecturship of The Mother Church,

Watson and his illustrious groupof II The First Church of Christ. Scientist. in
enthusiasts:: although the claim I Boston MassachusettsTIIK .
is made that when this contest
comes to a close no change will in
be made in the throneship. This
Sunday will see a new series of ,
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Bible lessons based on the gospel

portion according of to the John.Scriptures This particular is one of Thursday, January 9, at 8:15 P. :M.

much depth and is recommendedfor
reading by the young Christian -
x The pastor. Rev. C. A. Mo-
berg will teach this Sunday "The
\\'ordIade Flesh." The Class
Quartet will singA mo.-t cordial All are welcome

invitation is extended to all un-
affiliated men of this community

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V- S.\ IH'HHI'.i the Orange State Oil di.stributoi in

t1 t.. .- 1'ir-: : Mi Sander and his family cane to Pahoke in 1C'when I Toast !
.he o,< ,I' : *l. till agt'(1rHt> has l>een :oac''e: < ,-ful m hi- hUSlI, I to 1947
n.'I': I is an \tcnsi\e props'rty owner in Pahokee and Lie!!, (;!'et!. .
Hi ,'I r r.'ted the! Sanders! building in Belle Glade which is voted
near the highway budge.\ He also constructed the handsome building I
; IK which 1 rains Department( Store i+ heated in Pahokee He
and Mr.- Sander-; and their son Robert M. tMike hvt in their
hok,,' homo. Other children are Miss Sara Pander l.f Palm B-pa-I

and Mrs. Sybil Ktyes of :Macon Georgia., rt

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the meeting and congratulated I I
Commend Lake Co. j
I Lake County. The president of j]
For Splendid Vote i iLKKSIHIRG -
the Lake County Young Democrats. -

Two hundredliMd'n'4 in'' H.the:::. visiting Hurlong./ Democraticleader. Jr.. introduced - T:::: IJ1 i+l \ W 1i ::::-

Democratic figures
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Florida paid tribute to Lake County .
I Among them were: State Senator -
11st Saturday night for its outstanding Walter Rose: Repre-entat've

job in the November J) Tyn Cobb. Jr.; Martin Andersen: ]I

J. t'nt'I election. Iwike. which !; Her.rv B.iMi anti Clarenct M. Giv. '
\'01.112.1, per cent of its registered State Comptroller, all of Orange'
I>.'mot.'ratit''tltt'rs, led all County. I' I

the other counties of Florida Nathan :Mayo State Commissioner ,
Heading the list of dignitaries'I of Agriculture and Tom n hI

who congratulated Lake County, Watson State Attorney General
nt a dinner given at the LeesburgCountry 'spoke briefly about the inspirational L I ;: ri: \

Club was U. S. Senator' job Lake County had done.

Spessard L. Holland. !i Other speakers included: Rep f
"The Democratic Party in Florida I resentative-elect George Smather J'vU

. has led progressively without'i of Miami: Ed Larson. State Treasurer .

scandal: for many )'par,,;." Holland ; R A. Gray. Secretary of
said and "We're moving toward Emory
State and Representative
letter education better economic I(i .
.. Price of Jacksonville.Mr. I
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._4- conditions and more gt'curit'e )
are doing these things and will I
continue to do them under exclusive : and Mrs Lee Raw;! have as i iI i .

Democratic leadership." I I a gue.-t this week their niece. Mia*'i This year, as "Auld Lang Syne" rings out the old year,

J. L. McMullen of Live Oak Imogene i Hough, student nurse at
president of the Young Democratic the AUchua County Hospital. toasts will be made throughout the land, for a happy,

Club of FlI'rhlprt'sidt'tI: at Gainesville
I prosperous 1947. .;

.. Make your toast a very special: : salute to good cheer . .
make it a promise to yourself for more flavorful enjoyment I ,

, .Tx.A ; for all next year. Resolve to enjoy golden, mellow .
Earnest Lewis & Smith ?
l ''..5l JAX Beer whenever the ccc-3on: : ::: calls for sparkling, delicious -

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I', no finer companion than lAX t'': Drink of F'ic-J-uo

Palm I each. Fla.
Serve JAX, the greet reg.o.tai:) i bc. rage, with meals. JAJ '

announce! the :lo'o'oeiationyith Enjoy JAX often just by itse.'f.JAX : ;;/11 ''rr: \

them of : II

Mr. Robert Bruce Jones 11o9te Q444

formerly: 1 .\--'t Pivision Gvur l;. el. fit r .... J

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ternal Revenue.: PitthurgPa.: .

To enjjajje in the handlinir of Federal ; TKI> BY

Tax matters. I Shelley ConnellBELLE

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Friday January 3, 1947 The Everglades News, Canal Point. Florida Pagb Five


Vinson HendersonHas Sell Bulk of War as a gust: through the holidays I Gordon Hand of Sarasota i-, the

their fon C A. Major Jr., who is guest of his uncle and aunt. Mr

Birthday Party I Surplus This Year 'I a student at C1 *r.son College in and Mrs J. \". Thomas .this week.

South Carolina.
Mr- \"inson Henderson was Mr.ilham: Metcalf has returned -

host&" at a dinner party honoring :: Billions Dollars' Worth l Miss Jean Cruthirds. student to Tampa after a visit with
her nhand nurse at Alachua County Hospital her -on-i"-law and daughter Mr
on his
birthday anniversary -
Saturday night. To Be Disposed Of. I Mr and Mrs W. B. Moutz and Gainesville visiting her parents. and \Irs. I. J. Fra. ure. Jr.. in Pa-

Gu"'!-t.- wereIr.. Hend
m thE'l.Irs.. J. A. Henderson the WASHINGTON The bulk of billions I her parents. Mr. and Mrs \\'. C. Pahokee this week. t Miss Helen Fay Tm ley of Fort

:\ .->f- Odell and Jean Henderson of dollars' worth of surplus Gardner in Daytona Beach Mr and Mrs Hugh Fra."ure have \Iyers Lthe guest of her aunt.

Mr and Mrs Vernon Henderson army and navy goods all over the I Mr and Mrs Jess :\1. Elliott and returned from a visit with his parents Mrs \\.. D. Glennon.
world will be sold by the end of the !
an.} son Jeff. Mrs Edna Folson Thomas ons Pat and Chuck attended the Mr and Mrs H. Frasure, in Mrs Pauline Bliss Memphis,
year B. McCabe foreign
and daughter Patsy, of Lake Harbor liquidation commissioner, said recently 41...t wedding anniversary dinnerof I Caraway Ark. : Tenn.. is a guest of her brother

Mr and Mr.Dojl Worth and Mr and Mrs Henry T. Ba*, Mr and Mr \\". Harper Kendrick -; and tterinlawMr. and Mrs I.

Miss Ruth Henderson of Clewis- Some estimates have placed the in Okeechobee Sunday. : and daughter, Linda, of Bar- fJ.: FrA.ure Sr.

ton. MrH. L. Swain and child- ultimate total of surpluses overseasas Mr and Mrs Rodney Knowles I tow were holiday guests of her I

ren .Ga\. Jimmy Harry and Linda high as 14 billion dollars, but and son returned to their home in parent Mr and Mrs J. B. El- IN THE 'IRTIT COIRT. INNI;

Sue. and Rose Marie Henderson. FLC officials believe this figure may Raleigh X C.. Tuesday after liott. i FOR FILM RKUH ("nn T\..

-- be too high by half. The surplus spendingthe holidays- here with Mr and Mrs Frank Bass, former FLORID t.ClltCFRY. NO :-&o:!

goods are piling up every day how- Mr and Mrs Leslie Ipock. Pahokee residents now living M\RIE WARREN :
Air Police UnitIs ever, with a peak expected this I Mrs Plaintiff :
i. DuBrutz English of Mount Wauchula. visited Mr and Mrs
I spring.In Olive. N' C.. will arrive this weekend Paul Si ser here Tuesday. 'JOHN L. WARREN.
January, in the European thea- for a visit with Mr and Mrs Mr and Mrs Pete Chiviges and DefendantNOTICF :
Formed ter of alone 300 million TO *PPF\R
operations I
Being ,
Leslie Ipock in Pahokee. son. Jack and David Ramey were TO JOHN L VV"ARRFV. RESIDENCERFD
dollars worth of material was de- NO 1. BELMONT NORTH C.-\ROUN
Mrs D. T. Major of Greenville, visitors in Pompano and West -
clared: surplus. *
S C. u, pending the Palm Beach Tuesday!
holidays You
in art hereby required to appear In
Up until 19 FLC
Atom Bomb January figures
Specialists to Pahokee with heron and daug-ht- The many friends of Uncle Tom the above Court on the 3rd day offebruarv
show the army and navy had declared A D. 1947. at the Court
Make Up U. S. ShareIn as surplus materials which and Mrs C. A. Campbell were sorry to learn Sunday H"tlcf' In wet Palm Beaoh Palm Beach
Major morning that he has suffereda Countv Florida to answer to the Rill
originally worth 750 million dollars,
World Force. of (Cornpla'nt for Divorce filed aizalntou
JacK Major was the guest ofMr stroke and u- seriously ill at the .
have been sold for- approximately \ I:: the altos entitled cause and
357 million dollars I a return f-better and<< Mrs B. S. \\"aringand home of his son-in-law and daughter E\ec:adeNew- a newspaper" rceutarlynnbli'.hed

ROSWELL N. :\1. The 58th bombardment than 50 per cert There remains family in Madison Fla. through Mr and Mrs I. J. FrisurePr Florida 1h in rebv Palm de-iznatpd Beach Countv athe

wing atom bomb specialists an inventory of goods worth the holidays. Called t. his bedside this new,;nipein which thIS Order hall bepubllhed
will have a top position in thisnation's about 880 million dollars. Mr and Mrs Alvin Simmonsand week wet r. his wm T. A. Campbell once'eeklv each IsMies week for foureonecnt'e

contribution to the projected McCabe said the 1.614 million dol- family of Dover Fla.. were of Sisrmn-. Muh. his hugh- PONENn ORDFRED at WePalm
united nations organization police lar figure is misleading because it holidiv guests of her-brother-m- ter Mrs Harold \\ lson of Clare- !'I Beach Palm Beach Count Florida,
thl2srh day of December *. D 1946
force, says the Associated Press. represents original cost whereas law and sister. Mr and Mrs H. more Okla.. and another! ."on. CL .r11'1: Arnette Clt'rkf
The AAF wing, veteran of aerial much of the material has been J:lllll.n.Irs. 1..1 Campbell of Kansas City Mo I j jMrs the Circuit Court. Palm
bombardment of Japan, now is in P ach Coiintr FloridiCtPCITTi -*.
used. Much of it. he added is useless .
J. f:. Cochran. Jr.. and J. W Biirrtt and her sist- COt'RT SFAI
the process of reorganizing into a for civilian purposes. lie said J \V Hill Cochran. spent the v\ t>r. MrHil For.e of \Ve't Palm ; nThnddle P. Plant.
fully equipped strategic force readyto the material fell into two categories"cream" I Deputy Clerk
eml! Jacksonville! with her Bench their hroth
strike anywhere in the world- in par-i irf visiting 'r-I j Tr-ailr1 VV"!urrt..ntomf'Y
ard in-law and sii'tt'r. Mr and frs. ; 'r r Plaintiff! PihokreFlor'dn .
with atom bombs if the job requiresAt "Cream," McCabe includes ertsMr I
explair..d. and Mr*. C. A. hid Pied Html this
: Sarasota
; Mijo- I in i 1
the moment, the atom bombIng items which are desirable for week.l Pub Jirtiarr 3 10 17 and 24. 1947V

unit of the wing is the 509th com- civilian use, such as clothing or

posite group: based at this desert airfield food, and which bring high returns.
A S a a A t. A A d a a a A a d a .S fa t A t a a a A A a a a aatbat
which also is advanced headquarters "Dodos" are at the other end of >C.,>e'.>{V>< >{ oc >{ +{,.{ }ti :< a' ( "i >{ < se >i >< >{ >< >< >{ >< >S iS>4>< >< >t >t a

for the wing When at its the scale. The prime dudo" so far Y1'Y>

eventually full strength, the wing appears to be the "Bailey bridge"
{V} will have an authorized strength of the mobile, prefabricated device

about 1,000 men and officers and 223 for fording streams in enemy; territory { } VV

very heavy bombers, such as thoB {yy >
-29s now in use.Specialize McCabe said also that the returnon
I < > as
in A-Bombs. aircraft, which make up a large
With permanent headquarters at : part of the surplus, is extremely
March field Calif., the wing is small.
Notice To All Citizens
made up of four groups-the 444tn { } ;

based at Merced Calif.: the 462nd:! PWs on Their Way Home
at McDill. Fla., and the 468th and < ,

509th at Roswell The strength! of Taught Our Way of Life v ?

the wing and its component units WASHINGTON The army dis- I
now is less than 10 per cent of its : closed recently workings of a plan vv iY

authorized level whereby hand-picked prisoners of .,
So far as is known, the 509th I ,.
war are given an intensive coursein v {y,
group with its 393rd squadron is the I the principles of democracy and "

only the intricate unit in task the world of dropping trained atom for free sent back men. to Germany or Austria as <> For several months a Citizens group has been working ev.

bombs. The group. is built around a I
nucleus of officers and men who car- Already the 16,000 six-day prisoners indoctrination have received at- :: most earnestly in preparing a zoning program for : :

ried out the two combat drops on
Fort Eustis, Va. Another 1,258 were
Japan. I rejected because failed > this have their andY .
they to meet : city. They nocon1pleted study, +:
The 509th is the only outfit possessing : qualifications. Former Nazis and < >

handle atom B-29s bombs specially and equipped with supporting to- professional"Valedictorian"army of men a class are barred.gradu- ;> have presented toour City Council detailed plans and as of.

aircraft of specialized design ails
ated was a year-old German. He a
The group even has developedits described democracy as "the be- )> a proposed ordinance covering a zoning law in all its :
own particular maintenance .
lief In a supreme inalienable dig-
methods for Men a> ..>
atom bomb planes. nity and certain inviolable rights due aspects.
and officers of the as well as
group to every human being regardless of > as>
of most of the wing are career men his
physical or spiritual abilities his <> ?
of the regular army. religion, nationality, race, profes-
Practice for Test. sion or class." <.> ?

The men of the wing look upon Lt. Col. Alpheus W Smith .+. 4+
commander -
the atom bomb test at Bikini atoll of the project and former .:. The plans and the proposed ordinance are now at .:;

chiefly as a means of keeping In associate professor at Northwestern .

practice.and ground Pilots crewmen, bombardiers of the ,509th air university, told the men: 4:" the City Hall for all interested persons to see. 4:"

"When you get back home, remember > sssa
are hard at work training. When not
that you are not alone. Everywhere .
In the air making practice drops of I in the world there are > s
dummy atom bombs, the crews are ? ?
I people who are on our aide And
busy on the ground I our side ii the right side" 4 4 .
In a big hangar recently two bom- : The proposed ordinance will come before the City :
bardiers with hundreds of wartime < "
I I s 4.
in Name Two I
missions behind them were making Plenty a ; 4:" Council at its next regular meeting January 14th, 19-17. .:.

repeated practice "runs" over a i[ 'Macs' Board Wrong Ships I II <> ?
tiny paper target on the floor below
I I LONDON. Angus McGow', a'i
long legged platforms on which are 1 ? >
Scotsman, and Alec McGow, an .
mounted Norden bombsiphts" They
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Australian, were ex-pri oners of jwar
explained they had to keep their j
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anxiously awaiting shipment ', c "
"touch" for manipulating/ the various home from a Singapore collection ; : .Any J person with additional suggestions or complaints :
delicate knobs and dials like a point ; v v

facile.pianist practices to keep his fingers 1 While hundreds of rr'sorersstrained (f' 4 a> may appear before the council at that time. 4:.

i, to hear a Br.t:sh sergeant I af. a:
bellowed names and Comics and Pictures Used McGow'!' he shouted McG .s a.e' ...

To Teach Bible Lessons >wan fell into L*:e ard boarded a 4..,
ship C. .
"A. McGow, the
use i'f comics and pictures to teach fill .
y'INIcGow : into and
Bible stenos to children in ScndaY boarded a sipMcGowan.
school was described!! "a great the Scotsman
went to
uccess" bv the general board C't.' Australa.: =-cGow:1n.: the: .\-stra- City of I
education of the Methodist c*! :rch. ban. wed to Sc 't13-dThat's Pahokeef

The board repented that 70000 where! they are.w.. w:thMcGowar f
copies! if co*> ic picture text: were s:0hly: better: .-Than

l'h'h'd each weik. McGow He.s <'av..-..I: at McGw's : : W. P. Walker : :
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hone iPerts Scclard.The .
Mrs H L Edwards and son British army. wc'k.g. c > .. .

Iontltijvre. have returned sour! promises a new )> Palmki-e ('its' Clerk e;:.
ftt.'n11'lt wth !her mother, Mr deal n: moths -
a sefa
Julia Stewart ir CVxoaM ----- .fsao

--- -. Mr and Mrs. farlIt>rt"dh .nlson sus

-:< R K lI"nJn of *tuart Karl Dou rla*. attended a ..
eta s
i* vlsttrng her brother and sister: family reunion: at tie tome of her 6 S

m-liw. Mrs Mr J. W. R<.\gt'l"S.1this I s.-ter Mr Keareth L::tz. in Belie: < V.
week GlaJe: C day s.i.e.a ie.c..c""c".c c6.4 sii.s.i.aa..asAa.a..:>i a:.i.4 a..a'iY ...... .
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Six The E'Hglade.'ews. Canal Point Florida Friday January 3. 1947
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all sizes and varieties for
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as you like it. We are organized and equipped to doa

thorough job from plans to completion of planting.

As always:!' you are

welcome at our

Xt.'HIr.IES: : : 1100 Southern Boulevard Route Xo. 25 at

City Limits, West Palm Beach,
Believe it or not here is a Florida East Coast Rulway train in very strange territory It is a model I I
of the "Champion" incorporated in the huge Anheusr Busch sign located on Broadway at Times Square. ,
NewYoik.. The model train over four feet high is P unttIn distinctive F. K C colors with its red and ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO.
yellow locomotive and silver cars. The first car bea s the name "Miami", the second "St. Augustine". ;
Designed primarily to Budweiser beer, the sign's model train also; helps to remind the crowd ---- -- -
in the heart of the nation biggest city that the Ea t Coast of Florida is beckoning. | j
During January the train will be painted in At'antic Coast Line Railroad colors to represent the I
"Florida Special" so this section will continue to be featured. Only the lower portion of the huge sign is
shown in the above .Ih.stration.! At night it is lllum.r.ated by thousands of lights. making it one of New
York's outstanding spectaculars., I

i!:ry-moment show. I[and suppliers met with the Company i Guaranteed Sewing Machine Repairs and Supplier.

Cinematic ChatterBy | The picture i-'f "White Tie and executives to discuss these ; write or call at
Tills''and the stare; are Dan I II material shortage sand other mat- i
Malcolm Millar
I Dlll.Yit Ella! Haines and William i ters effecting the electric industry. -;I RHODES APPLIANCES
r MM11M B -nuix. In featured spots are : Manufacturers and jobbers
". "
Here is a sock trio for you: Frank Jenks. Scotty Beckett and) were asked for a greater share of \\enue \
Maureen O'Hara. Dick Hayme- Donald Curtis. With a huge cast i the available critical line materials Belle Glade, 11...

and Harry James, and here is their of popular players lending their ; for Florida.Representatives I Free Pick-up and Delivery service to Pahokee and Canal
all out Punch show: "Do You Love assistance in making thka memorable attending this Point twice weekly. Parts and Accessories for all
Me?" and it will move into the :' show for you. I Ii meeting came from all over Flor- i makes and styles

Prince Theatre this coming Sun- :i Saturday brings a double fea ida and the Southeast. They I

day-Monday, with Hilarity as its ture. First up is Jane Darwell promised to carry back to their :

key note. ; and Edgar Kennedy in "Captain respective Companies the matt'r1 1

Harry James Music Makers will Tugboat Annie", which is a tale of ials situation and attempt to help

be in there pitching the hot music, ; the waterfront with a finish that this area. I
and there will b> four of the latest :: will keep you right on the edge- of The meetings were addressed by i

Fong hits rendered during the performance :: your seat. McGregor Smith President of the :

: "I Don't Mean a WordI I I May: I wish you. at this time, A Company: Robert H. Fite. Vice- i A Servant of the Glades i
Said", "Moonlight Propaganda"" Happy New Year president: R. B. Roberts Commercial -I ii

"Do You Love Me?" and "As If I See von at the mo'ielal. Manager. J. B. Biers and oth- :

Didn't Have Enough On My i I --.- er executives.Also i
Mind." discussed by Company of- To Miami

The story is one of the wackiest :Shortage Of Many ficials was the future growth of 4 BusesI
love tales that one could ever the territory it serves and plans I To West Palm Beach

imagine, with Harry James and Materials were made for surveys to estimate I' Daily To Ft :Mvers & Lakeland !
need Ace example -
Dik Haymes messed up in a love HamperThe its 1M9! one :
affair with Miss* O'Hara and the I of the need for this planning -
and unappreciatedaid I it takes about four yearsto
unasked for. Power Co. .
rendered by other members of plan, erect and place an electric
Glades Motor Lines Inc.
in service. That
the cast, which do nothing but generating plant ,
further complicate the whole affair -i I| The acute and serious shortage is why 1919 needs are being studied I

You'll love it! : of copper wire-, transformers and now with an eye to maintaining 'I 1 I SERVING THE GLADES" I Ii
Tuesday-Wednesday brings avery ;'other critical materials needed for !: adequate power supplies" when i '
Florida needs it.
popular trio to the screen. ,the construction of new electric
I'm speaking about Van Johnson.: ;.lines is going to affect the Ever- {

Lucille Ball ahd Esther Williams ;| glades. Jack Chivipres HasBirthday

who will present a comedy under According to P. P. deMoya.'Manager '
the title "Easy To Wed", which of the Glades District I
will have you in stitches from the ''a meeting of executives of the
Florida Power & Mrs. Pete Chiviges entertainedat
beginning.ThursdayFriday. Light Companywas I
comes a tale of held in Miami recently the Woman's club house Fri-

swank night clubs and high gradegambling ;i Their chief topic of discussion was day ('\{'ningith a dance party
!jthis acute of honoring her son. Jack:, on his
joints that will keep you | shortage materials. I
in a high state of excitement dur- I j "Some sort 'Voluntary rationing' (seventeenth birthday anniversary
"actionroMPLFTF. !t is worked out Jack a cadet at n.'Hrgla1111-
ing the screening of this ; now being (
; tary College Milledgeville. Ga.. is I
so that the limited supply of materials I
spending the holidays here with
: we are receiving will
used where they will do the mostgood" tin parents I
I The hostess. assisted bv Mrs G.
riFCTRIC.1.KtPIK Due to these shortagesthe
: SHOP +I construction of long electric In.I I Ramey and Mrs L' '\'.Armstrong g _ aac>oa rca

AIL TYFFS MM SETOS. GENERATORS lines serving only two or three used the (Phristm: motiffin
new customers will have to be tleferred party
Such extensions: would houwe.-, d'cnrah..l'Ith large
\U Work Factory; Guaranteed require LANDERSConstruction
red llls and : "rtta Tb. rxing '-
amounts of critical pon
Ray F.fo1o1..tou.fgr. Electric: IVptDave ; large .
i materialthat will I- u'ed to ; table had as a centerpin a B
ritocUman'sMachinery ; !'f'nmort' home and b\l. inE'sses. large, cake surro 'luKui 1 bv \p'>. in- a
Sales and :,( reauiring small amounts of ma- sH'ttia within red tap->r- it Co.

Repair lJ Service : tena1.I I each .n.1.
Phonp 111WrllUISTON" On Friday 22. following the On the program!: of .'ntt'rt am-
of 'px'cuti\es. thanone ment a vocal dint) wa sung: ; by
FLCIRin meeting!: more i p
I the Misses Tht-lma and Donna Announces Opening
A ('( : -. :MCIIINF. SHOP hundred representatives of
manufacturers t i Hillier! and vocal 1'"Y!,.., \\. r.ur.g:
national electric : 3 3Page
bv: Jasper Reel< and the h"ror-..
.John T Jr. w.>r. ,i < -i-
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test pn7eRefreshments ROCoK
of u. i ram
cake. nuts and coca < -l\ wares PIT

s,' d Other guests were tits
Yvonne Fraser Miss L>r-tta \\'::1'n. I-
When awaken
you '
.- MIS.S Joy: Padgett. Miss! M. New Year's morning may .Watson.! Miss Johanna M K.nstrvM.s BACK OF TilE STATE MARKET(

: : Barbara Wilkinson. Davd:
you awaken not only lianu-\: 1:,'1\"m"n') Car..H.Rh::! ; E IN PAHOKEEWe

C't': Rawl-! Frank Roellf T' H..r-
\ J l'\l to a day of happiness. .
h.-rt \\.lst"n. Murrav: Wk-
but to a whole year of Fran <"Jilli. I*..e Wrot-r. :: .-.-. r will be glad to furnish you all

\\'. .r ar.J,I Pot" ('!::vct: *
happy dayt. We welcometne -. ----- the rock vou need for drive ways,

Mr; L---: L,\. New Year and take
K.'r.v-n. Fo tster and Fvind. fills, etc. Call us today for prices. Ourdragline
this opportunity to bu =' t..r. Mrs Jm a' 1. .. ave I
...., \... !r. ': L .r' 1 H' 1-- , t! is the
greet ai:! cur irien\ $. .. ult. t' .- i! :: : J on job. ["''II!

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Western Auto Associate Store CHILLS & FEVER Landers Construction Co.


I. :M. LAIR.: Owner PAHOKEE. FLA. '
I Be! ( I Fla.
I Phone >.> a' r.a( c.


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January 3. 1947 The Evt'rglade.sew5.: Canal Point Florida Page Seven
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Wilkinson Wilkinson. Miss Blanche Stevens -
Mr" G.1.. Grimes Mr and Mrs! I
Has Big ReunionA C. O Rushing and daughter of
Belle Glade, Ellis Wilkinson Har-I
family reunion and turkey old Wilkinson .Charles Wilkinson KILGORE

dinner for the J. Wilkinson: and \\ A. tDub Steven. Jr.

Mr and Mrs William Ira Till Sr. family was held at the homeof -- I

man of Pahokee announce the Mr and Mrs James harry \\'il- Mr and Mrs A. H. Jones. S. M The name in Florida is snynony-
birth of a daughter Linda Darlene kmon. Jr. on Christmas dav For Jones and their niece. /ella Jones.
at the Everglades Memorial the first time since the war all have returned from New Bern. N.C. :. mous with service. Farmers throughthe

Hospital on Dec. 27.Mr .members of the family were present .. where they pent Christmas have learned
and Mrs O C. Kelly of Pa- i except for Charlene Adams with Mrs W H. Jones Sr. They years to depend on

hokee announce the birth of a son .:who is a polio patient at the Elks were accompanied to Pahokee bv Kilgore for their needs in fertilizer
John William at the Everglades home for crippled children inUma- Billy Jones who is spending the ,
. Memorial Hospital on Dec. 28.Mr. tilla. Several members of the holidays here with his parents seed, feed and insecticides. They have
and Mrs Earl Eddie Nelson: family held a Christmas party for Mr and Mrs W. H. Jones. Jr.
Jr., of Pahokee announce the birthof Charlene at Umatilla on the pre- --- learned also that the highest gradeof
a daughter Rebecca Anne at ceding Sunday.
Mrs G. H. Goldsmith; and son merchandise always be foundat
the Everglades Memorial Hospitalon Those attending were )Ir. and
ti,>. Mananna:: have arrived for
Dec. 22. :Mrs J. H. Wilkinson Sr., and Mr a Kilgore Store.
a visit with her sisters. :Mrs: J. V
Mr and Mrs H. H. Peereon of and Mrs K C. Wilkinson and
Thomas ,
and \Irs.
L. J Fraser. and
Gainesville announce the birth ofa children of Valdosta. Ga. Mr and families in Pahokee.Classified.
son Allen Herndon on Dec. 21. ::Mrs B. M James of Panama City
Mrs Peerson is the former Miss .Mr and Mrs Fred Boles and In Good Times and Bad
Arystine Kennedy of Lake Worth I i i children Mr and Mrs Simmons
who before her marriage was a \\ilkinon; and daughter of Belle
teacher at Pahokee High School. Glade Mr and Mrs \\'. H. Brew- Ads During good times and bad, farmers -
ton. Mr and Mrs Gordon Williams -
Mr and Mrs Frank Gray and Mr and Mrs J. H Harperand have learned that the Kilgore or- ;
of Winchester children Mrs Nell: Sims of st:ITIC tanks and
laughter, Frankie. grease traps
ganization stand back
of them in
Tenn. are guests of Mr and Mrs : Miami Mr andIrs.. Henry cleaned and repaired Phone
O. B. McClure in Pahokee. I iFralm i Mr and Mrs Demp Mc- 3S72, Bob Douthit Pahokee. M17c an effort to produce quality
_. crops.
--.--- !! Clellan and sons. Irseil: Sutton

Lvnn Walker University of and daughter of West Palm Beach, FOR SALE: Fine display of New Farmers know that doing business !
the Mr:: and Mrs W A. Stevens Sr..
Florida student. is spending
holiday with his parents< Mr. and Mr and Mr. J. Wilkinson. Jr.. down and payment reconditioned balance Small rent. with Kilgore is assurance that they I

:Mrs Ben Walker Miss Nancy: Stevens Miss Barbara \\e have three lots and
i carry a will receive the very highest ouality.
Se\'f'nty-fiv thousand dollar* i -
stock we !surely; can solve ;jourhousing I in ah:: product purchased.KILCORE .
problem. Arthur Trailer

PIANOS JEWELRY MUSICJ. Sales' East main St Pihokee I
Open from 10 a. m. V 9 p. m.
daily: including undiv tfch


Belle Glade Fla. FOr SALE:: New Chrysler industrial -
power unit starter and generator -I .
I and automatic shut-off |1 l h ED-RlTE SEEDS
I GO TO CHURCH SUNDAYfiiSXttuFtfTtftf I Phone ;31. or 4002 Canal Point. tfXTIn j

---- I II Pahokee Fla. Phone .'t 201
\\'.\ : : Experienced Chevrol..tnwchanic.
also laxly and paint i I Imin. I
Permanent j)h. Contact
1!! 1.!( LSLX'n,.rnr rfu,=( u e rut en,rrf+n+"'"'+"n,+n+rru,=[g;'=/t' O O Gilb,'rt at Christian Chevrolet - i

I s i company in Phokn or phone i iPihokte ,
Clothes I For ; i I :2371 or 4 S 11. X2t.'h i i
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I ; and Women ('011IX: and i see the New Ele '-
TAILORED TO MEASURE I trw LawntOWl'l' now on demonstration -I
\ : So easy to opentt .
have Your I.,uUe>.' Clothe Tailored I ,
you merely plug in. switch on
D.\ A Plan's Tailor ; motor and \\hizz-the grass is cut I Ambulance Service
reg ir'IK.-s; of height Christian

AL BELCHERBOX il} 2371 Chevrolet Pahokee. Fla.tD13ch Phone Pahokee Ph. 2301: Belle Glade Ph. 247I

l 87G PAHOKEE J FOr xxIK.arren meat case in
\celunt condition Phone 33MI
7rRlr7.rn.Trt< _ I
OK SALE:: Two TD International ,
I ,
Track Tractor. good m>- I II
L i I ch tm<'il condition: rt'adf"r imI -
I/I l> lt II I l 001irIIllll V I! me.Int.. dtliverv On 'Seinnn I I-. !

lill'r slightly! used: works oft
Dr. A. C. Wilhelm Jr.
iJ ; power take-off of tractor: fine for
;i preparing land for setting celt'rv. I
Optometrist V lettuce or nbb, gt'. One K5 Inter ,
: national Stake Truck: S2Vc20 !
Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted tire bought in It13. One K5 In-J II
ternitioml Bus 1 I EVENING APPOINTMENTS FOIiOUT I Farms Phone 10". Bell Glade ',
In Your Broken Glasses FOR :- .\I.t-Dei.'I-P; r Unit.i i
I' Vew 61 hor> e power' Joe T. r ANOTHER 'Th :

For Prompt Repair :, n(1 'nton. Canal Point Phone 43S1. "
FT. LAUDERDALE. F 1.\. IX)STTvio bird dogs about 7
months oil brown and white
I(:spotted both m i Ohane\: Pahokee. Fla DJTptoil I
---- S XI.t:: 5 room hou:<" in fr.xvl
We have reached another mile-
i: : repair reasonable. to be m..ved'
Pet F. F ("nl'man. "W \\" Main
; STUCKEYFertilizer St Pahokee ltcB stone on the long road of service.

\1\\ ('IIIC'KX ail Baby Pack?
C O D. Write r?" Pn: '"' 1 I.t: I Our organization sturdier than ever before -

I',i\ ..d i =Nt *il> Hat( "..'n' V,w k. is well
WorksYour equipped to give you service
:i: i't r.'orCla. J*>cI
-- that is superior down to the last detad.
'01; xxi.II ::
I fire K1 11 li.t'rnt:''-t! We thank you for the part you have

Local :Manufacturer B.'" 4i>.:V) passenger n"J ,' .* played in our success and wish you a
:" -',: ,1 !last: !Qprmng
:2 T'.\',) Irt<'rnatl..ral Tl., Tat -
FERTILIZERSuperior '- i ''-rpl..telv (.ve''a .l. : law! HAPPY NEW YEARmrMirs
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Phone 4201 Night 533
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Pahokee Fla. **f.1 e *xl jr,rrr ir a*...- ALL : :STREET: KKLLh C.LXDE. FLA.Friday. .
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Eight The Everglades Xews. Canal Point. Florida Friday January 3. 1947
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g Financial Statement p

gQ-, Pahokee High School IL Ia

Athletic Council

JANUARY I, 19.17
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Balance in Bank August 1, 1946..._........__________________ $ 1,518.84 D p

Cash received from all sources ___ ___.. __________ 10,367.24 D tJR

Total -____ ______---_______ $11,886.08

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Training Camp ....._...__......... ......._m..___ $ 69.81Equipment

!- I,-.j.-8 .

Maintenance of field 102.95
Guarantees paid visiting teams m.m 1,464.10 tI

Traveling expense _.._...._.._____.._...._______m_ 148.27

Cleaning Uniforms __....._..______________------_ 191.30

: *- Officials-.-....--.._____..m.m_________________m 327.50
Lights __---__ ___________..---________..__...___---__..-___ 154.39
: tI
Federal Taxes __....---_.._..-.._____------ _mm 1,349.38Programs
for BG-Pahokee game HU____ 158.57

:Misc. p. ..... -...... ...__H.H..H. .. ..._h.hUU. 88.92
Coaches supplementary salary _____.___._m 700.00

Football Banquet ........H. ..u__..__..____.. .._u.. 99.36 '

Play) Ground Equipment _..?. -h. ---- ..--- 79.00 iiJ

$7,018.33: : 7,018.33() : :


Net Balance ____u__ _,,__.._______"_"..___"_."_.....m 4,837.65: EI

In Order that all friend h of the Council may know its financial

condition this space is being donated by Paul Karelin

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