The Everglades news

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The Everglades news
Alternate title:
Belle Glade news
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Place of Publication:
Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Everglades News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
January 10, 1947
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Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
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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>.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).

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RECENT ;New Sugar Mill Is Resident :Manager Needed John Prince Again

OPERATIONS Assured For Moon For Telephone CompanyThe Heads Co. Board By

I --.- Haven Site ChosenFrom Southern Bell Telephone Company needs a resident Unanimous Vote
I Bv Rardin manager in the Pahokee-Canal Point area in order

__ that patrons of the company can get in touch with someonein

< Moore Haven Democrat) authority when necessary The phone company in this John Prince popular LakeWurth
section is operated by remote and how remote at times
Smoola silk! "hat's shor
as a member of the
The new sugar mill here moved control from West Palm Beach- a distance of10 miles. I county

description of Alor.iay's annua ,ia step closer on Monday of this: Service is inadequate and unsatisfactory and the company i commission and two-times chairman -
organization nieetnof; the board I should make immediate arrangements to do something I was unanimously renamedto
week when Roland Caldwell vice-
of county (rommissu'ners. Chair I about rendering a better service> in the Canal Point-Paho- : that position on Monday at the
president of Ruth Sugars of Abbetulle. -
men Join Prince as re-electee I kt-e area. annual reorganization meeting

to the spot he has o ably filled '. La., accompanied by his en- of that body His name was placed -
igineer E. A. Rose and another
for two Yt'arsVPB Membei in nomination by Commissioner -
Lake nominated him and ];I technical advisor flew here tc - --------- --------
Lytal - --------- Lake Lytal. West Palm Beach

seconded the motion. His re-elec look over proposed sites for the >r, and seconded' by Com-

tion was unanimous.. I wish more< I!mill which they propose to move New Road Survey County Officials To ;imis ioner Paul Rardin Glades
i here shortly from Louisiana. II
people in Palm Beach county (I memhor Immediately followinPrince's
Prince. He has don ,! Since J. E. Caldwell president 'I I
knew Johnny
Nearly Half Done Attend SRD MeetThe [ re-election Rardin placedthe
a splendid jot as chairman of the :of the company, had previously 1 name of Commissioner C Y.

county board. Johnny's equilibrium i expressed a desire for a locatior I Byrd, Delray Beach, in nomination -
the Calooshatchee Canal. J. E I
is rarely disturbed and h<> on Surveying of the new" road I count's.' Kepresentatixesand for vice" chairman Lvtal
Frierson had been busy for sometime
keeps board meetings well in ham from Belle (Hade to 1'ahokee, Senator in the State Legislature seconded' the nomination and Mr.

with an occasional rap on th> pettms information on various which has!' lieen approved for it. \\ill be>> asKed to go with I Byrd's re-election was unanimous..

table with bare knuckles. A handsome sites between Moore Haverland II next budget b>' the State toad members of the County Commission i He has served' two terms as vice

: gavel is at his disposal but Lake Hicpochee. These officials Department, is i now about 50 e to the budget meetingof chairman under Chairman Pnnce.
=, howver after inspecting thesitt's
the genial chairman thinks il I percent complete, according\ ; to the State Road Dept at On motion of Mr Byrd all department -
various picked the one nearest -
looks a bit dictatorial to use it Commissioner Paul KardLn. who C'learwater Jan. 13, according heads were retained in

After all. he says, he is presidingover | to town which will prove ar has!' made the new road his No. I to a resolution passed at the : their old positions and they will

one of the most efficient [ideal location if tests for piling 1 project since' taking office a. I commission mt'4'tinJIonda: '. bring in recommendations to the

boards in the state. So to those ([bearing prove favorable. county commissioner from the I All members of the commission board for any necessary changesin

of you who don't know Johnny This property, approximately Everglades section of Palm will make the trip as will I their departments. Salaries

Prince, take my word for it-just fifty acres directly Haven across in the what canal Beach county. The survey, which I the county engineer Jake Boyd will remain the same as they were
from Moore
as long as he is chairman of the time of the is being done by a county crew it"a.... pointed out Monday at in 1946.
was at one a portion
board you taxpayers can rest assured with financial help from the the court house.Commissioner. 1'bc'ltnty's hospital building
is owned by F. D. Yaur
city now
that this area is in for a '
will faster now Glades
Mate prwetti Rardin
and after the site had been picked on the County Home site, origin-
fair share of recognition. a tentative agreement was that the half-way mark has member I Is particularly Interested ally built for a TB hospital but

reached for purchase of been passed. Rardin Raid. in the budget meeting of now to be used as a general hos-
Mon- quickly I
Tm going to Clearwater
the land from Mr. Yaun. An abstract . the SRD since there are several pital for patients under county
day to the annual budget meetingof items in the Glades that he
made I care is about 85 percent complete.
of title is now being
Other the members State Road of the Department.county by the Glades-Hendry AbstractCo. Bestor Quits USSC; wishes, inserted In the budget. :County Commissioner Rardin said.
Rardin has been assured, that
Three of the even Camp Mur-
for W. C. Nail. Clewiston engineer I
be there
commission plan to the Glade will in for its .
will be- come phy buildings originally sought by
contacted and
the meeting. The Glades area baa was Opens Own Office full share, of SRD work in 1947. the county to obtain material for
been promised a great deal of SRD gin at once obtaining the necessary -
Iloweter. he believes he shouldh constructing a stockade in which
soundings: and pile bearing
months and 1
work in the coming
among those present when county could be housed
think it Is good business to be data. CLEWISTON -Horace Anderson -
handed out
The site selected is almost an promises are being while working on road! and otherprojects
among those present when final Bestor, recognized a. one of
: .
next Monday.Caldwell to be bought: fromthe
in the budget. 1 ideal one for an industrial location Florida -
figures are placed the best ported engineers in !
since it is bounded on the north -- War Assets Administration for
know that every member of the 1 on the subjects, drainage and
Coast Line S1.90O. it was voted at the County
side the Atlantic !
State Road Department is sympathetic bv water control, particularly as they
toward road construction I Railroad, on the south by Highway affect land developments" or agriculture : To Commission meeting Monday.
I the west by the Speak Equipment and furnishings in
25 and
in the Glades, but. I still think has resigned as drainage" I
the to be bought will
it.a good idea to be on hand to refresh -I Caloosahatchee Canal. engineer for the United States:
their memories in regard to On the basis of this action by Sugar Corporation and announcedthis BeforeConventionG.v make them a hirgam at the appraised -

promises. Anyway, they are n the company, several growers are week that he has entered private figure. Commissioner Lake

bunch of good fellows and I want already planting tract? of sugarcane practice as a consulting engineer Lytal rrnorted

to thank them for past conside- : largely for use as seed cane with offices in Clewu-ton Caldwell will address the All TB patients asked admittedto
I should be the States institutions fortreating
rations. next year but there a Bestor has: long been identified ::op nirg plenary session' Jan. 14 at
I sizeable ready for harvest the dL"ftby the county
acreage with reclamation work in South 19 a. m of the national convention
- winter !should the new mill be have been accepted, since theState's
I Florida He was resident engineer i Wholesale!" Fruit and Vegetable
Now Is The Time To finished and put into operation by I for the Caloosahatchee Improvement Distributors in the Palm Beach from program all sections for (caring of Flon'la for patients -

tha time. : District from 1925 to BI1tmre.I .
TreesIf of the I I I instituted! about a month apo.
Mango Instead of moxinc one was
I : 1927. when' he was engaged by the' I I Registration, starting on Sun- Beats
,several mills which the companyown' Lake Lytal.V. Palm
U S. F.n mf"t"rs'ar"
I day. Jan. 12, will continue through
effort is I member r< portedPahokee .
Louisianna. an
you have a mango tree now is in a* engine r in charge of investigation Monday: when numerous committees -
the time to spray it. according to beire fade to purchase the mill I of Lake Okeechobee and will meet On Monday wives ------ --

H. L. Ppeer, assistant county of the Vermillion ';agar: Company Caloosahathee River drainage of delegates will tour the Palm

agent A test made on a few trees in that state to r*> moved here ;district His favorable report led : Beaches by bus and a fashion Post Buys

last spring proved 1 it worthwhileto Final papers were expected to be ,to subsequent federal expenditures show will be given for them Tuesday New Home SiteAt

spray in an effort to get fruit signed te first of the year on this :exceeding" : twenty-three million i at 1 p. m.

to set on the t'ees purchase This is a comparative- !dollars to ontrol the waters of '
I i Roy Sepree. general chairman a meetirp <>f I- red and Perry
he expanded -
Mr. Speer said that his department Iv "mall mill but will ; of the lake .' r n arrangements said that among Mansfield Pmt !o in the: Woman'aClubhouse

recommend the followingc to a capacity: of 3OOO tons i The p*>n" i hotels. additional to the headquarters Monday night the

: cane per day. .served as drainage:: engineer for ,: hotel planning to house del<.- croup voted funds for the purchase -

*j pint dithane i _._ the' Southern Sugar: Company and trate are Whitehall. Palm Beach. of a lot on Canal Point

3 tablespoon zinc sulphate from 1931 to date has bt'pnthl Mayflower. Everglades:: P a I mBeach 1[load from Guy Sharon the lot tot

1'z tat sroonl lime Lively Tells Lions the United States Sugar Corporation : Plaza Pennsylvania! and t t>e used as the rite of new Legion

Thoroughly dissolved in 10 gallons in the same' capacity :George \\'dhmgton Home to be built| as soon as tr.anals -

of water, this should be Of Veterans RightsA .1 Florida has long needed such an Other (county committee chairmen > are available A motion t..

sprayed on the trees as they come independent engineering sf'ncf'I I are E IPope.. Pa! oke.". Iransf ...>me of Post'! **> funds t..
into bloom and every ten days program o.t'tt'rans and ,as Mr Rector now provides and :I hou. :rc and reception: Harold the newly" r>rp mr....! Canal ]hint

thereafter until the fruit is half Their Richts' was presented bv .he should find the services' in i! Rabin Belle Gla'le. registration! Fost 242 was voted Jovri

the size of A hen egg Chaplain A. J Li\lv rector nf dt'mand. Frank Doolev.. Belle GlaJ. fi- The irgenuit
- the Fpi>'iopal Chunk of the HolvNatiMtv -.- ''na1rp. B Dee liavman Bell1mA irrpeant-at-anr.s. In the *.rlrct.-

at the Tuesday luoJsecnmeetine t ; *. banq'net. I. J. Fraser. Pah rf refresh" its at'r: ftM von vt-

Clerk Is Receiving of the PaJ-oVee! Lion I ,.1EFTI\f ni \sc.Jni o k" e T.tertairment C A. j; rans. the '.>! attn lanfe In I "V-

Club Speaker were Claude SJo"fs i --- Thompsor Belle! Glade .!'*..por- ral weeks
Exemption Claims local service fffscer. and The meeting of the WSCS of tatmr.: William L. Durban Canal -

Lynn FJarbee. agent of .the Pafcokee Mettod church 'Pore t-togethr' party; Irs r-: Mr and Mrs. Guy> Mcdure. a.-

Pahokre City ClerkV.. P. Fort Lauderdale has been charged from Monday :: L. Pope. I ahokt'( and MrO G ompamed by Mr Charles Pwk-

Walker said this week that his office ; It ,va.s announced ti-e Lions !to Tuesday. Jar 14. accord.r.g to i I:Mc\\"horr. Belle Glad. lades tr." and children: ,.,f Fort Pirr-*

ill receiving homestead exemption Club js sponsoring the announcement by the presi' committee; F:. A. McCaV. BlClade :> sited his troth. and ister-ia-

applications. These ap- I tion cf a benefit play in the high! dent. Mrs D. D Cau :n. Tie ". souvenir prc.gram: : A. D. aw. Mr acd Mrs O B. Jdc<:1ure.

lication may be made until April school auitonura en TucsdavJan . meeting Tuesday will be held at I Beverly. Canal Point. general ecrrtAry 'In P hokee on Thursday of I*-tCainesville

1, the clerk pointed out. 21 I tie' church .. et,


Page Two The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida: Friday, January 10 1947
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THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing Training Union To ins the school include Elwood be the object of the dedication. A

Dart. Max VViNon. Billy Jerman. special program will be arranged
Close Study CourseThe with the Dr. John MacGuire. Executive -
the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Mrs A. R. Harrington. Mrs
I George Km slev. Mrs Pratt Pope. Secretary of the Baptist
Established 1924 Published Every Fridaj
Christian Workers Training Mr*. T. VV Griffith Mrs Kendrick State Convention the speaker.The .
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe Union being conducted at the Pa- ''.Buchanan.. Mr*. J. P. Parker Mrs details will be given later
hokee Methodist Church this week -,-
Earl Max Mrs. VV P
;on. Jerr.igan
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn
with the cooperation of the Canal and Mrs Frank Wilson Mr and Mrs H. J Clause hada.

Canal Point, Florida as Second Class Matter. Point Methodist Churchill come ;I I --.- i a: guest the past week her sister. -

to a close at the final classroom Dedication Mr"'. R L.. Constable of St.
Editor and Publisher SupperIs
I'aul Ilardin ses>ion this evening Petersburg

Rev Hoyt Tatum. pastor of the Being Planned --e.

Give and Take First Methodist Church. Fort i Mrs Phara Mock and her mother -

Practically every leader of businesslo attempt ana- Lauderdale is acting as instructorin I Mrs Claude Shirley way ap \lrs.: Verna EIubt'e"isitt"J Mr

lyze the future economic !prospects of the nation stresses the course on "Christian Stewardship pointed Chairman of the Dedicatory and Mr- Lynn Elarbee in Fort
.'' Rev \\'. S. Bozeman of
the fact that the government i is taking a large sum from Fellowship Supper set tentatively Lauderdale last weekend.

every family and advances the theory that if the government Moore Haven is leading the studyof for the night of \\'ednesda -.
"Christian Beliefs"
reduces its expenses the amount will be saxed. and for young \ February 5thMl membersand Talton Joyce. former Pahokee
people workers with young : friends of the First Baptist: resident now a member of theState
Dr. Ralph Rodey, chief economist of the National Association "Understanding
people The study of -
Church of Pahokee will be invited Highway Patrol stationed in
Manufacturers estimates that the government
Children" for workers Unit \o. 1 Fellowship Hall of the Bradt'nton.'isited relatives here
takes about $27 week per family as compared with $8 per with children is under the direc- three unit building program, will this week
family in 1929 and $11 per family in 1939. Obviously a tion of Miss Mary Calhoun Methodist -I

large part of the increase can be attributed to the war expenses Conference director of the

and the expenditures that are being made, even today children's division. t-,
in connection with that struggle.The Rev C. T. Howes report good

question for the people of the nation to determine, in attendance the nightly study I PIANOS "JEVELRY'llTSIC
sessions and invites those unableto
connection with what the government gets, is whether the I
attend earlier in the week to
government gives an adequate return. This; should be de- be present at the final Sssion tonight I Ii i J. W. RASHLEYJEWELER

cided on the basis of expenditures not connected with the I

war. Certainly everybody will agree that Useless governmental - Belle Glade Fla.

pending should be abolished, but it is somewhat Bible Class Groups I i,

difficult to secure unanimity in regard to particular expend- GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY

itures.-Key West Citizen. Start New ContestLast

Sunday marked the beginning -
Carry On I
of the contest of the Paho-
A sweet young thing was watching the :soldiers drill. A kee Men's Bible Class with Paul i I I'

rifle volley rang out. With a scream the lo'elhuh'. shrank Watson and his group in the lead :

back into the arms of a young soldier. with twelve points. Leo Wrotenand I Authorized Dealers . .

"Oh" she exclaimed blushing, "I was:: so frightened} by his group with nine points are |

the rifles.Von't you please forgive me:?!" second Al Belcher and his group i| WISCONSIN: AIR COOLED ENGINES

"It's all right," the soldier assured her. "L t':; go over with eight points enjoy third position ALSO REPAIR PARTS

and watch the artiller '."Northwestern Bell. The remaining five groups i
are graded accordmglv A -spiritof NEW PORTABLE WELDER. Enabelini us to

I fuendlv competition will pervade do an>' Kind of Steel Construction at am' place
Pahokee Hi Has A Othan Gilbert Jr., the class room these two
months, bringing the contest to Manufacturers Of
Has Birthday
PartyOthan its close the last Sunday in Febru-
Spot In ConferenceThe ary. A fish fry will he given by

Gilbert Jr. celebratedhis the four groups forming;: the lear :j HYDRAULIC :MOLE DRAINS

sixth birthday anniversary ata Membership vice president Thinmoml WEED CHOPPERS

Pahokee High School was party given bj his mother. Mrs Knight is in charge: of the
granted a memlvrship in the Gulf O O Gilbert at their home on content It is hoped that the goal WE :MAM TACTCRE EVERYTHING Til ATS

stream Athletic Conference Bacon Point Road Friday afternoon if: one hundred in attemian'e with OF
Dec 12. according to an announcement The hostess Used a color two hundred on roll will be
by Coach CljdeAllev scheme of yellow and gold in achieved This Sunday the teacher. THE GLADES

,party decorations and was a>sited R"v. C. A. Moberg will present .
To retain its membership stand- by her daughter:: Miss Fav Gillett the lesson "Jesus in the 11.\\ OK :\J(.IlTI'TO sIlR: 'I('1;

\ in the serving i>f lefresh- will .
The Class Quartet '
nig in the conference the school Home I.cI''T ( 'II.\Ha\-H.\: OK :NU.IIT
inents of ice cream and cake to A most cordial invitation
must participate in time major sing
Pahokee has 20 giiests it extended to all unaffiliated men
ports jut completed -
--- to attend. The sessions Canal Point
one of the most successful and visitors! Machine Works

football seasons the of are conducted in Fellowship
in history ,Judge Newell Will
the school and is opening its Hall on Bacom Point Road. Sundays CANAL POINT PHONE 331-; O. BOX 466
basketball season tonight when Be PTA SpeakerThe at 9-1: :;. C. L. Shirley is thefellowship

the Blue Devils play Delray Beachin ; vice presid..n't. The

the local gym. Coach Alleys executive committee of thePahokee president is H. L;. Jaudon.

plans for a "-jx>rts program in the P T. A. will meet in the

spring: call for the organization high 'school h"ildinton.lay even :Many Attendance

of a Blue Devil baseball team and ingat seven o'thxk At eight

the playing of home games atI I o'clock the association will convene I I At Training SchoolThe

night under the floodlights of in the auditorium Followinga c
liiteman Field on Ilicom Point short business session conducted'i'i Canal Point Methodist

Ro ul!. I under the leadership of Rev C. A. Church is well presented at theM I

The Blue Devils 10-game schetlulo Mol>erg.' president. the program of 'th..di-t Training School in Pa-

for the past football season I the evening will be presented hokee this week Three courses

included conte.-ts with five Gulf-I, Monday night will be known ac ire being presented for instruction R ops

stream Conference teams Fort :I Father's Night A special invita- and inspiration: "Teaching

Pierce \\",.... Palm Beach Lake tion is extended to all fathers of I Children' by Miss" Mary Calhoun.

Worth South Brow an! and Ponce : thu area to attendSpecial for the teachers of children in thChiirih -

.1. Leon Pahokee won four of recognition with tokens School thru the Junior Department -
these games and plaved a scoreless of appreciation will hi accordedthe : "Christian Beliefs" by

tie with West Palm Beach following fathers youngest' i\V. S Bozeman for the young

Hail the Pahokee team. been a oldest father of most children the : people of the area with emphasison

conference mender in 194G it one born farterest away and the theology for y nut h: and

would have placed second in th* father a resident of Pahokee the Chnstian Stf'war.l."hip" by Hovt

conference rating (longest The Honorable K G. Tatum for all adults. Miss Cal- Kryocide5jIrrlrrtrrl

I Newell Judge of the Criminal houn is serving a. dean of the
j Court of Record of this county, I school \\'. T. Blair acting a* dean

will be the speaker The association until her arrival

Miss Delorez Williams considers itself fortunate in :1 The courses= are taught in a
Honored At Party "being able to secure the services !series of ten one-hour clam periiods. . ,- 1

of this .eminent gentleman for in- i ; the classes meeting from 10..,.,..0. wt wtw t':
I deed his ability as a speaker uswell T SO to 9'30 p m. Monday: thruogh! Kills insects !
Mrs II T.'iUims: entertained KrocideCRYOLITE many chewing
known Principal D D Caudill I Friday of this Wt."k.t the ('omI -
at her home last week with aNew ( 'fJJ
: will pre.-ent Judge Newell I pl"tion of the course, official td
Year's E.hne.. party for J High control at low cost !
The refreshment hour in th" recognition n given {>
her tighter, Miss Delorez'il l-
.cafeteria will be directed by these who hay.'c i *i pleted all rev r
liams The patio of theVilliams ,C'hum1antrs G 'o C :MiLartv i quir.'mentQ \ INSECTICIDE_ ; Also available mixed with

home was the scene of pirtv acv following: the program Miss Bar- I i I Th, >.. fr,':t: Ci.. t.: P -. af.... i t-
UYlhtr... VH. Jones Jr. :a.sistttl .*-Uxara\1\ t : : \ copper or sulphur.
MiNaiiara ie program
. ;
the hostess In the serving of "..'
In ,l 1. to th' : ...
tion reguUr
:airman a
refreshments" of sands khl'. cook- : ;0 -j Ask your mixer !
award:. the! tw. rl: with .
i,*s and puni'*>.
the best r.'pn''n 'n thepart
Guestsere I RiU Fay Hurt. .
Helen Herring. Wvnell GilhJovte ... of the father*. will r. ,.t'\: OR GIVE 'EM A DOSE OF PENCO DDT INSECTICIDES IrUlir i
pH! of three dollars!! eachCHIROPRACTOR CRYING
l..v..l1. It.'rg.'tta'aI.. Zelli FOR HELP
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J.\an' I' ... o 1)1)1 IM-. In. i Jon- Chistan Joanluiserlvrg .,,
VaeaioJeTii :\Ir ar.: :\tr.. I1r'w airant >: r\. : bee .,.se of f 'r.p'.n r" fac: d'. .. : I','mo W It.".O. I'.nro Ilft-.(1.

M\rv J-,' : h.j.: I ., .: .f \t.I\: .t'; .. T.,!',., P i' \ ib ..' i mill-Kin ( nnrv'<.. l'..ncu I .it-
gan Glona tt'W.\rt. Donna .. .. d a.'ti b. .
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Sp>'ner. Patsy Maxjon Mvr: f.r. ijn : } : rl b.; |
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Friday. January 10. 1947 The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Page Three

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Prices Cut To The Bone To Make Room For New Spring

a Merchandise Prices Cut To 50 Percent
o a
5:'!! : Field
Wool I C
o Lhjt Shoes
rII WtI1tND: : s IiiJrII

$24.95 and $ 1 Lot .......... SOc (

rII .' :.t\....N"
IJVIHKWool *- Proportion's
D J 1 Lot ._w n SI.00 \ \ D- tJ

k \\KKK sitM! > .
o MV 1 Lot ,....,__.. S2.00 aa
,. $8.95 and1 .
XII Others Kfdiuttl In Returns No Exchanges tJi
i rII a

Beautiful blisses and ChildrensANKLETS

L 'r j
Reduced To j Lay In A Supply Now

$9.87 $14.87 $16.87 17c 27c 37c

; : ,
Ladies Leather were $21.85 Now -t" Children\ Cotton Each tJOverNight

Cases n,.._.._. $14.85 PANTIES...._.m. ... m_.. 17c tJ

Tax Extra What A Buy tI

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Four The Everglades News. Canal Point, Florida
Friday, January 10 1947

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Sugar Company Is :Mrs.Birthday A. M.PartyMrs. Pugh Has George Slaton Is I I Bach R;cord.3.County Criminal Court of attendance having the awards best representation the two classes of

Looking To Record Named Chairman Special recognition will be given fathers at the meeting will each

Anderson Chastain and [at the meeting to the oldest father receive S3 cash award.

Mrs. J. L. Hall entertained at the Iprtsnt.i the youngest the one with The program will be under the
For 1946-47 SeasonClewiston
County School Bd.
Chastain home on Wednesdaywith the most children the one who direction of Miss Barbara Mc-
a birthday party in honor of (I
traveled the fartherest distance to Xamara. chairman. The
their mother. Mrs. A. M. Pugh!: program
( News) .who was 70 years old. The house George Slaton. holdover. West ]'reside in Pahokee and to the father regular meeting will be precededby

The Clewiston sugar house la was beautifully decorated with Palm Beach representative: on the who has lived the longest in Pa- a PTA eXi""utiboard session
"operating away out in front" according county school board i
pink glads and roses. A beautiful I was named t hokee. In addition to the regular in th high school at 7 p. m.
to the report of sugar cor- chairman of the group at a reor- :
lace cloth covered the table which I
poration officials this week and it ganizational meeting held Tul'sI I I.
was centered 'with' a birthday cake
well be, the ends in
may as season day afternoon.
'with lighted candles, surrounded i
this spring of the new year that j I I Also seated were Mrs. ElizabethS.
by pink hibiscus. 1 1I
new records for productionmay .
sugar Delray Beach first woman -
| Mrs. Cecil Horne gave several :[
be established.The 1 i to be elected to the board: in
readings. The honoree. Mrs. I)
corporation, however, is not and ''over 20 years: Ralph Kettl r. West
received lovely
Pugh. many
out to set any records this ;year useful gifts. i(ji I Palm Beach: George Taylor. Belle 1947 '
and L? content to hit a good :Glade: and Carmen Salvatore Pa-
Those in attendance were: Kath- ;
"cruising speed and stick to it." i |:hokee. i
No figures have been given for ;erine Ammons Mamie Chastain j I J. C. Engram. Lake Worth who

production thus far but it is un- Rachel Scruggs, Julia Sapp Clara I had served two terms on the!:
Beverly, Eva Spencer. Verdie j IS GOING TO BE ANOTHER
derstood that the "cruising speed"has ,Jones. Edith Cro-s. Sara Moon, !;board retired as chairman after
been a very good one and that [(thanking the group for its cooperation -
Lucille Williams Jerry Atkins j I
the daily grind is averaging near
during his term.
(Edna Adams. Anna Faulk Mary
to the mill capacity.The 'Singletary, Ruth Chastain. Louise Supt. John I. Leonard reported
topnage of cane is reportedto he had obtained 17 new teachers I I
Susan Horne Elizabeth Tyson -
Horne I i
be very high and the exceptional during the school holiday period
Eva Erickson. Edna Pick-
growing season has raised the !iett. Mary Chastain. Evelyn Dan- filling all existing vacancies.The ,
sugar content to a considerable : : board 'voted to buy a tract
'nelly. Lily Wetherington. Leona
extent. The sucrose i is now running of land west of the :school !
Farmers Kil-
approximately one per cent i Connelly. Violet Hall, Kathlene at Pahokee. for ST.OOO. The just naturally to I
Eleanor Bordeaux, Rebecca
higher than it was at this same Boynton lot. 100 bv 270 feet is directly for leadership in the farm -
1 K e p p. Easter Erickson, gore supply
time last
year. ( l west of the Elementary School
The starch plant is now in full I Maggie Pope. -Dorothy-. Chastain. building. Carmen Salvatore. who I business. For years the farmers

time operation and a fine grade of out that
made the motion. pointed
sweet potato March is being shipped ,' llargaretnderson expansion of the grade school }have received only the highest type

out steadily. would have to be in that direction I
Has Birthday Party of service and they are lookingfor-
During the four days ending if addition. are to bo made to thepresent
Sunday total of SSO visitor I !
building. ward
to the same brand of servicein
i Mrs. H. J. Anderson entertainedat
were shown through the sugarhouse I The board also authorized pur- I

an average of more than her home on Bacom Point last Ichase of two lots north of Industrial 1947. I
200 i week with a New Year's Eve dinner I
per day. i I High School for $3.500. the
dance honoring her daughter.I .
: 'land to be used for locating the
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I:\ .* Margaret Anderson student
Nashville. ,pro':" osoi new cafeteria for the We feel sure it'going to be another I
I Nat Scarrett College
school. Chairman Slaton and KYtt-
Girls Of Pahokee Hi Ter.n.. who spent the holidays in Kilgore for we'll leave no ;
i I.'r'prE' appointed t owork out year, I
To Net TeamMiss (Pahokee with her parents. !details of the plans f>r the cafeteria I I
Mrs. Duncan Padgett assistedthe building. stone unturned to make it just that.I

hostess' in the entertaining.
Jane Mitchell, physical education Guests were the Mi-ses Betty fIIpOo bT'ildinjrs; given the hoard by the
director for girls at Pa- j Fisher. Louise Hamilton. Betty
''WAA. was d'-"u""d and further about satisfy time.
hokee High School, is organizing: a Speer. Eva Gainey. Helen Howes. you every
Hirrir.g: decided upon.
Blue Devilette girls basketball Lucille Rogers. Betty Lou Pickett ,, ..
Lennadeport d that the Visual
team this week. Girls reportingto Nell Howes. Mr. and Mrs. JosephL.
.%i ids Institute would conduct t'.v.i1eriirt.
Miss Mitchell for practice include Hatton. Jr., Ernest R land. '
.=tratons in the {'itJan.. 13
Lena G.Nwison Doris Harper Thomas Howes. Tyler Jackson 4

Edna Kautz. Ruth Kautz Ann Gene Pickren. Melvin Spinner, *t 3 p to rr make and 7 arrangement p. m. The lwlardvoted for KILGORE SEED CO. :

O'Connell Doris Ridell. Elizabeth Jimmy Shirley Milton Carpenter ,
teachers to attend the sessions
Ryals. Martha Scruggs, Betty ,Lester Hatton and Donald Pad I ____ __ I I Ii
Ann Sears and Joan Wilson. I I gett. I i Ii HRED-RITK SEEDS

Miss Mitchell expects five or I: -- I II Dorothy HumphriesHas

six other girls to join in the practice -||I Mrs. I. E. Hamilton and children I i
sessions within the next few have returned from a visit'i Birthday PartyMrs. Pahokee. Flu. Phone 3201. ;

days and hopes to have a schedule I I with Mrs. e.1. Hamilton in I

for her girls!' team worked out by terprise. They! were F.n-I Laverne Humphries entertained I! f I

this weekend. j jied, by Albt.'rtndt'rg of at the Woman's Clubhouse : I I

j I Monday afternoon with a pary for j

- j her daughter. Dorothy Elizabeth I -

her fourth birthday anniversary. -
r rI The hostess was assisted by

i' Mrs. Bobby Shackford and Mrs. I|
j Hugh Erasure. i I Wanna Go
Off To A Humphrey.Those attending Judy Shackford.were Edwina Rich-I j

/ ard hal'kfor.l.E'aly Johnson, j ,

Douglas Mizell. Kay Mizell. Sandy Fe in ?

Good Start Roger.Billy Rogers Billy Ray J e. .
I Gillis. Sharon Geiger. Anita Cow- I

I "(art. Myrna and Frieda Nichols

Linda Sowder. Jeanette Spoonerand

I Ii Philip Spooner. We've got> the 'ol'kall done up in

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one neat little package. Stop by the
j i Here at Betzner's off to Fathers Are To Be f
; are a Honored PTA Meet store today and take a look at this

; : good start in the matter of furnishing Ii fisherman's dream and bargain.

J you with hardware during the Fathers night will be observedI
by the Pahokee Parent-Teacher

I J good year 1947. I(Association at the January meet- 12 FT. ALUMINUM I BOAT

i i jing to be held in the high school

, auditorium Monday night at 9''

We're planningbig on takingcare ,>'< lock Guest spt'akpr.II be I' NEW\ JOHNSON SEA HORSE
Judge E Ge't>!1 of the Palm i

I' of our old customers and as many i: I

: I new ones as wish to sample our ser FOR r\l.M nr t( II tOl'NIY.: I II !
. i' IIORII)1IliIR1' ;
vice.Its { N n ;?sa; I t
P'mnt.ff.! f i BOX FOR BOAT

'on"", I \RRF.N !!
I. rv f.'dar.* .
lot of folks in
i a hy'ord'ith a NUTK F TO \PPF\R i
the I..aklIt.gion: that when they need 'o; R1':'!IN') %NO 1 BEt-MONT NO3TII CAR- You get the works

hardware they just naturally say: 1 i-I ;: Y ..;.,.-... h..r'-rrhv." !r-q'11r.f, ., ;; to;arP&. c.v. In' ; i ii for the sum of $375

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"You'll find it at Lou Betzner's.. '' ". ..
F"K .n r.'Wr 'nt: n .
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,."1" --..Pan...,. ;.le-tl-r...-..-t.": C'" .." .. PAHOKEE SUPPLY CO.

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mTiirsTHK: : r. . p. ""-> OUTitKK R '*-T.: Co;.ntT. 'W.P.F..rt1.9' ,'-. Hardware and Genera; ) Electric

- ::' C., -'! t1tfoNomh.-r R np' lob
,: '" Cw : !'* *
.- ( T--;:t r-':n Pa.l'al'h .
IIAKinVARK STORE "n'Jf'tv ron Ij.
: : MAIN STREET 111:1.1.1GI.I: : )(:. FI.I ..\. ;--R---- OOfHT''t'hadi SRLPc !. P Pr.n.

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January 10 1947 The Everglade News, Canal Point. Florida paw Fire

Visual EducationTo I in this field with the army during O'Connell Home Is i J. G. Weeks of Canal Point is !Beach. Mr Weeks is able to be

I the war. His training: includes recuperating from cuts and out since many of his hurts have
I graduate work at the University Scene Of Party bruises and a broken ankle received -I healed but is still getting around I

Be ConsideredApproximately jof Kentucky and Ohio State University last week when one of his with the aid of a crutch while his;

Miss Ann Connell entertained trucks overturned near Delray foot is in a plaster cast.oaoaaaa .
I The program is sponsored jointly -
at a New Year's Eve part and
400 teachers of by the University and the Palm
open house: at the home of her
Palm Beach and surrounding I Beach county school board aoa ao aag
counties i The conference will consist of parents. Mr and Mrs Frank
are expected to attend a
afternoon: and evening sessions. at Connell. in Canal Point last
confernce January 13 atVest Dr. A. Wilhelm Jr.
Palm Beach High School auditorium week. The hostess was assistedin pp
Palm Beach to study the use of
I beginning: at three and the entertaining bMi s Lois
motion picture films in teaching. :
: Optometrist
seven o'clock. respectfuly. -
Charles R. Crakes and Miss Norma
-i;i! Superintendent Leonard has extended Guests were the Misses Ona
Barts, of Chicago, and George' an invitation to educatorsof Humphries Jean Cruthirds, Marion g Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted
L.. Crutcher Gainesville, will be surrounding counties as well as Jones, Peggy Moberg, Jean ,

be instructors. to school patrons, trustees and Wilson Dortohy Chastain, Cleo i EVENING APPOINTMENTS FOR
Crakes is a member of the 1947 '
interested laymen.SeahawksTo. Taylor, Gwen Reeves and Joan
summer school faculties of Northwestern I I'I I McLart> : also Ray Hawk. Jr. ."

and Stanford Universities. I I Donald Danson, Carrol Parker. Mail In Your Broken Glasses
He is in the second year of a nationwide -, Meet Otis Boland, JV. Hofmer. Bill

tour, lecturing and Elam Ed Howell, Milton Salva- For Prompt Repair
teaching Crakes is widelyknownas tore, Melro< ,
Thompson Lynn
Devil Quint ToniteGetting 212 N. ANDREWS AVE. PHONE 192
author of .several works on visual Horn, Harry Fremd, Tommy Wilson -
instruction materials and David Thomas, J. L. Hum- FT. LAUDERDALE FLA.

methods. off to late start with ,phries and Harry Graham. "
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Miss Barts has had extensive ----- -
only a few days of official practice I
experience in public school workin
the Pahokee Blue Devil eager Zoning Plan To Be
the visual education field, as''
well as in religious education .-, will open their basketball season -I Studied Tuesday Eve 1.! fIDlYt1"mT\n l,:"nnnnnnlyn' ' ', ,mu.rtt1 rnnn ,?tl'!fl\'jm'TIym:
with a with the Delray
work. She was a member of the

1946 summer school faculties of i Beach Seahawks in the local : Citizens of Pahokee have been Clothes For
this Friday night The HERBERT'S
the Universities of Colorado. Geor- gvmn preliminary I Men
gia, and South Carolina. i game between the B I invited to attend a meeting of the II I and Women
I'teams of the two schools startsat council next Tuesday night at [;;
Mr Crutcher, head of
7:30 p. m., followed bv the A which time the proposed zoning ,
the department of visual instruction I
team contest at 8:30 p. m. ordinance will be discussed Suggestions t have Your Indies' Clothes Tailored !
general extension division of
I Among the boys for from citizens will be
the University of Florida, served I I : By Man's Tailor I
practice who played basketballlast heard before the ordinance iI > 3

year are Wilbur Geiger Joe I i adopted, it was pointed out by city :
Kent Carr. Flwood Dart. Bobby officials. The proposed ordinanceis AL BELCHER I

Baker. Thomas Dickson, Frank II the result of more than 12 '
Gilli.-. Ed Howell and Leland Shir- ,months study ba special committee BOX 87G PAHOKEE I II
Prince Theatre'1Other candidate for the named to bring recommendations I

!team include James Scott. J. B.'oodham I before the council. I, IIWJ4 ,/; <

\\ John Ogle. Fred Tayl-

Pahokee, Florida ,or. Otis Boland. David Thomas
A A A A e A A A A A A a a A A S a A A A A A A A A a A a a A A 4.t
Lee \\roten, Charles Phillips Sq> !4 >414">4 *4e.e** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** '* ** *. efcc :..Y. >4.>.Y. >4.4 >44. .4 ltY.4 :' ,
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Week of January 12th Payne Jackson James O'Brien, V;
Huston Connell Rodney Connell
Raymond Caruthers and James y> i >

Latham. The cagers are being <:>

Sun.-Mon. trained by Coach Alley. assisted

_.....' 7 """-.-*"- -"- *--:;. :::;;ji h\111 Lew, h'ell school i-with becoming :s: ANNOUNCING :{ ::

2iw FORD .Ipq BLufl I in.aue increasingly popular
local sport fans. Iisteir the
Blue Devil cagers drew' rap'1c'ty : : PURCHASE OF : :

crowds to practically all of their
r I home games however until Paho- V ;.>

Journ&CHMui O..MlrUW kee High School gets itnew'

Yai A IIIlUIWI gymnasium with a stan.lird--..ze :vY: : :

scars.HCRYTM' [IB !Nfl IUD court the Blue Devil casreril: \ \ s Fred T. Hickerson V
always be playing under a handicap -

at out-of-town games and

only a small percentage of fans *
Tues.- 'ed. who would like to see home gamp
can he accommodated : : Packing House :AV :

The complete 1917 schedule Is
"A Walk In TheSun" A
as follows: .
Jan. 10 Delriv Beach here > Jan. 11 Riverside Military >

Academy there .
Dana Andrew., Huntz Jan. 1-1 Boynton there :> By .,.

Hall Jan 17 Belle Glade here

Jan. 21 Open

Thurs.Fri.. Jan.Jan. 31 24 Kentucky Key Institute West Military there there : : Robert Mackey : ::

Fl'h.I a
Open v < >
Ft'h. 5 Clewi..ton her.Feb. .
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7 Dt'lray Beach there
Feh. 11 Boynton here

HERBERT MARSHAL Vi I I4oIk Ft'b 13 Kt'y'I".t here 4.. .....

Ft'h. 14 Belle Glade there . .
: To Glade Farmers: :
F'b. 20 Gulf tream tournament
At'Jf.IJa s;>
:'olar.I C'lewiston there

.n: ucou.AS'.&u7u: ::1.raID.OJ1'l'out '' I :'olar 6 Regional- --tournamentPhillip I I .i. I recently }purchased the Fred Hickerson Packing .i..i.v ;

p.o.....II_..,s -..--- vc
, -a.1.4 I Allen Dulany I :.. House= in Canal Point and am nooperating it. will appreciate ) .:.
Has Birthday PartyMr v .

I I .:. } your con5idcl'ation'hen you have produce to .:.

Double Feature I and Mr.J n A. D'ilanv a
II II I I I entertained" at their home on Bell ::: be handled. I can assure that I will give every package :::

Glade Road Friday evening witha ,

Saturday lawn party and supper:: for their c:. my} individual attention and secure for you the very c:.

'OIt'n Philip :Mien. who wa 1'0>1"I I c. c.

prating his Carol ninth Carpe-ter hlrthray anniversary and-,i, c: highest market price. It will be a pleasure to :serve; you. .:.

c.. .-.
EIuo.'P won contest ,
harry Brooks :
1 I IKN prizes Motion pictures" were1 I c:> -I ohel'tIackey.: .:.

tsken .>f party scenes' c.
G'II"t, were Jon Pope ri'lnnlt' -
Fli! ,'tt. Mian Degree Kenny an Jnrotte <.V. ..:.
.\ :Mrlnti\ Jimmy CoLonPan 4. 4 .

:" I H>we":::, Tommy FlhottIv ;. We Cater To The Producer of Small Lots c;.

.\\" <,'g-'P. Calvin Padgett Rich- !. eV. .V.
,r'! Il.\tt.'n. Carmen" < ALSO Tit Fl'i! t. FnvHv Blakev Davilc :

1' .".-. am. tarry Br ">kn r- > >

'N' B,,Hv' :\f.t.'rc. Oon aMax
p.t, .!t' .1.t;rr.y :,'h.wppe! It.'c'-r i Robert Mackey's Produce i

nrm: Marl.r" ,and Br,-.,iP

1 .'r:, l'h.wr A. ": f'9 ofI

\ Sari;: c. <."na Lv Mavff C.- 4..

t'\*-:*'-. B'f! !he Be, .:... I PiJ171: ( ':.rI,.t. I I't- !l"ia.; .::.
F.'. Masker R-h .3 G- n; -s!
\ Mir: ::An; TitM:4; (" \ -. :>

<, ,'. M- i::zabetCa'aav! : v ?
1'a- J Mr O D Carjv'!''..r Ml'!. . .
c. .
and Mrs Cyr.
t I a'p: rv :Mr
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Six The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida Friday. January; 10. 1947

pictures in the past two years to Vets :May Have Their Land; improved, now offering the This Sunday: morning at the
Cinematic ChatterBy the screen in ".A"alk in the I veterans seven different types of eleven o'clock hour. Rev. C. A.
Sun", which will to be Insurance ReinstatedLocal
Malcolm Millar policies to cover every insurance pastor of the First Baptist -
(.f the most thrilling stones of Church of Pahokee will
I :need. Mr. Jones said. The appli-
paratroopers that has come out of veterans who desire to on "Nehermah.! the Prophet." The
One of the most enjoyable showsin this last war. reinstate their National Service i cation papers for reinstating the Ladies Quartet will sing. At the

some time is to be presentedat There are some of the mo-t Life insurance policies can do so policies are no wavailable at the seven thirty hour the pastor will

the Prince Theatre this Sun- .thrilling scenes of rescues and without a physical examination if ;:Veterans Service office in the city continue his series of sermon
day-Monday:: when "Gallant Journey" warfare that have been filmedfrom they sign the necessary papers be- i'hall. Those veterans unable to teachings "The Judgement of
moves in with Glenn Fiord this war. and I'm sure it fore midnight. Jan. 31, accordingto ''vi-it ,the Jew::." This; Sunday the ques-
and Janet Blair as the principal will hold your interest throughoutthe an announcement by Claude S. the office' at the regular tion "Why do not the Jew pwfessJerusalem"
players and Charlie Ruggles. Hen- hours between S:30: a. m. and 5 p. "
screening. Jones local service officer.The | will be considered.The .
Im.. because of their job can get
ry Travers and Jimmy Lloyd lend-
NSLI insurance musical family of choir orchestra -
Thursday-Friday brings one of program
ing delightful and merited i their papers fixed up in the evening -
sup- was recently completely revised and quartet will augmentthe
the top ranking trios of filmdom. :! by making an appointment
namely Pat O'Brien Claire Trevor "Illuminated Cross Meditation
with Mr Jones.
Story is one of interest to all Sing"I
and Herbert Marshall. Their show
watchers because it has a tender ,
U "Crack-Up", and what a story
romance between a practical I ,
'of dramatics it is. -,
young lady and an inventive gen- Classified Ads I
ius. The tale tells of many upsets It seems that Marshall is a
> in the routine of love and Scotland Yard man. He has been Trees Vines Shrubs Citrusof

marriage until Ford who has had assigned to the job of running SEPTIC tanks and grease traps
no sympathetic listners to his down thieves who have preyed; cleaned and repaired. Phone all sizes and varieties for

wild schemes about aviation upon the art galleries of Europefor 3ST2, Bob Douthit, Pahokee. M17c t :your :Selection.LANDSCAPING: I .
clicks in a big way and wins fame some time making away witha I
and good fortune for himself and fortune in art objects. O'Brien FOR SALE: Fine display of Xt'and ; i
his wife. It'll twist your heart in gets it set in his mind that Marshall : reconditioned trailers. Small I

fpnls.! is paying too much attentionto down payment balance like rent. a< you like it. \Vc are organized and equipped to doa
b r i n 3 his fiancee. Miss Trevor. \Ve have three lots and carry a
g thorough job from plans to completion of planting-
Huntz Hall of the "East SideKids" er some thrilling: moments for Aft-I,Seventy-five thousand dollars
. also for Marshall . .
stock. we surely can solve
fame and Dana Andrews your 'I
who has made some outstanding adjust themselves andlar..-hall i housing problem. Arthur Trailer As always. >ou are
proves himself a nice fellow who j i Sales East main St. Pahokee. welcome at ourNL'RSERIES
doesn't:! go around stealing other i I; Open from 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. j
fellow's gab daily including Sunday. tfch
I : 1100 Southern Boulevard (Route No. 25 at
CHILLS & FEVER Saturday brings the double featured -
roilLK: New Chrysler indust- i City Limits), West Palm Beach Florida
are used to ;
program you
DUE TO MALARIA seeing, with "Wild" Bill Elliott (j rial power unit starter and gen- ,

starred in "San Antonio Kid". erator and automatic shut-off j ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO.
RELIEVED which will give you all the action I| Phone 531. or 4002 Canal Point. tfXTEII i iW.
666 could ask for. II
you I
BL.dJ .\ : Experienced Chevrolet
i Second one up unret-L- the storyof mechanic also body and paint

the character who broadcasted'for man. Permanent Job. Contact

the Japs right out of Tokyo ;O. O. Gilbert at Christian Chevrolet -
during the last war. Picture is'
in Pahokee :
company or phone
OMPLF.TE ELECTRICAL titled after this character "Tokyo Pahokte 2371 or 4841. N29ch
REPAIR SHOP Rose". Cast has Byron Barr. Osa I I Join The ThrongsAttend
ALL TYPES. MAGNETOS GENERATORS. Massen. Keye; Luke and many COME: IN and see the New Elec- .
ELECTRIC STARTFKS MOTORS.CARBURETORS and other well known players and you j tric Lawn Mower now on dem-

All Work Factory GuaranteedRay are certainly in for some thrilling ;j onstration. So easy to operate, I

Eaglet-ton, Mgr. Electric Dept action in this one. t .I you merely plug in. switch on the
See you at the IovieIal.e. motor \\"hizz-the grass is cut
Dave I -_ regardless of height. Christian

;Machinery Stockman.s I Thomas Dickson. Pahokee Blue Chevrolet Pahokee Fla. Phone Dog Racesat

Repair Devil fullback star, is recuperating 2371. StD13ch

I from an appendectomy performed -
Phone UJW
U.U'III'KS and Baby Ducks.C.
at Good Samaritan Hospital !
CLEWiSTOFLORIDA O. D.. Write For Price list. the
A COMPLETE: :MACHINE SHOP inVest Palm Beach on Sun
David Nichols Hatchery, Rock-
\mart Georgia. J9c
Palm Beach

1. One KJ 1941 International

,Bus. 40-50 passenger; new motor Kennel ClubNIGHTLY
It Iti I
!installed last
!i HomogenizedVitamin ;I I' 2. Two International TD6 Tractors -

completely: overhauled last

summer, good condition.
D Milk I; I 3. One 6-foot Seamon'.s Tiller
I works off tractor power-take-off:
I h 'fine for land preparation.
I 4. 1000-1200 almost nOwlery (except Sunday)

---.o- r I field boxes, used only two months

I I'I 'last spring.
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AVAILABLE AT YOUR 5. One Sure-rain outfit. complete -
FIRST RACE 8:15 P. M.Daily .
i with 1-4 mile pipe and pump
GROCERY STORE ,j jo !: unit.
'I Double-2nd & 3rd Races
I'I'II 6. Seventeen pounds No. 763
Special Abbott & Cobb celery
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II I seed, good germination ALL Ten Quinieila Races
Knight Farms Phone 103. Belle
If Ii 'Glade. J3-10-l7-24ch. I
l+ ,IA)'T: A Conn Saxophone between i Opposite :Morrison Field
i i Canal Point and Okee-

::1:1Ii CO. ,,rhobee J.1.City.. Myers.Liberal Box Reward 412 Eu Notify ti*- West Palm Beach Admission :2oc

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110 horsepower motor and }.4o., )i II I

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Drainage District fill Citizen I t
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Coin' W.\.TI:": Fountain girls Applyat A Servant of the Glades j
Chandler's Sundry Store in ji

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U'.th; the! holidays over and a new year faiiiir hot* s. ideal for beer and and- 4 Buses
wuh stands $';(1.) taken i-.tb To \\ I Palm HeachT i
U"t' are ready to render even a better .r\ice Mr Frank Doman at store located -
Daily Ft dyer I : & lakeland{
to rear <>t D. F Crosby store in
we'll :in
than in tht' pa..t.nyw lY. do tAvrythirjr
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cedar good tir*! good or.r- Glades Motor Lines Inc.

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'Western Auto Associate StoreI. Stat ace;:.T.trailer. Pahokee.Henderson' Texaco Ire

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January 10, 1947 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Page Seven

,, at the Florida State College for Guy Joyce of Tallahassee. Mrs. Lake Harbor: one granddaughter
jwomn I at Tallahassee.; Perry Allison of Lake Wales and Miss Gwenette Reeves. Pahokee:
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mock Mrs. George Ives of Fort Lauderdale I one brother J. T. Kint: y. Ocala: :
;:visited her brother-in-law and |: spent Sunday in Pahokee a daughter. Mrs. Don1 a e
i sister. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Elar-! '\'isitingtht ir brother S. T. Joyce, Reeves died in May. 1941. A number -
,bt"in Fort Lauderdale last week who is a patient at the Everglades of nieces and nephews also
Memorial Hospital.: Mrs. Ives was survive.
Mr. and Mrs. A. I. (Bud> Davis Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wood of end.Rev.
and Mrs. C. T. Howes hadas accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Earl Funeral services in chaarge:: of
of Pahokee announce the birth of Lake Worth visited his parents.
guests: last week Miss Gretna Ives of Fort Laud. While the Funeral Home Pahokee
identical twins, Ronald Wayne and I Mr. and Mrs. B. \\'. Wood in Pa- Berry
-Clain of Key West and Miss here the group also visited Mr. .and the Porter Funeral Home Inverness -
Donald Ray, at the Everglades hokee Wednesday of this week.
Miss Helen and Mrs.: W. H. Rogers.
McClain's niece :: were conducted atI p. m.
Memorial Hospital on Jan. 2.Mr. Mr. Wood dischargefrom
Burns of West Palm Beach. i' Miss Mary Calhoun Florida December 27 at the First Methodist -
the at Morrison Fieldon
and Mrs. C. C. Allen of Army
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Brooks had Conference Director of Children's Church in Inverness by Rev.
South Bay the birth of Jan. 1. He was a flight engineer -
announce a as guests over the weekend Mr. Work of the Methodist Church Thomas Mitchell, pastor of the
in the AAF.
daughter, Susan at the
Lynette. and Mrs. Roy Wood of Homestead.Mr. spent the week at the home of First Baptist Church of Inverness.
Everglades Memorial Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Johnson haveas
Hospital on and Mr. A. C. Libhart haveas .Re\". and Mrs. William T. Blair. .,Burial was in Oak Hill Cemetery.
Jan. 6.Mr. a guest this week his mother
guests her mother. Mrs. Julia Miss Calhoun served a; dean of Members of the immediate family -
Milledgeville., Ga.
and Mrs. Jimmie Boren of Mrs. J. M. Harris of'enict. Holly, and her brother-in-law and the Training School in which the going to Inverness for services-
Belle Glade announce the birth of Fla.. arrived Sunday for a visit sister. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Johnson 'Canal Point Methodist and Paho- included Mrs. A. J. Kinsey.: Sr..
a son, Jmmie. Jr., at the Everglades with her son and daughter-in-law, ; and daughter Holly, of New ,kee Methodist Churches partici- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kin.'y. Jr.,
Memorial Hospital on Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Byrd. Sr. Britain, Conn. '.pated. She leaves Friday for work Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kolstad. Miss
Jan. 5."Quit. returned to Madison ( Miss Barbara McXamara has in the churches of Homestead. Gwenette- RE'evE's.Ir.. and Mrs
B. Waring -
of returned from Boston. Mass., - Ligion Reeves and Mr. and Mrs.L. .
i Fla., Thursday evening I
several where .she spent the holidays with L .Stucke)".
Worrying" To this week after spending Funeral Services Held
relatives. .
business. +-
here on
Be Sermon ThemeThe days Mss Eva Gainey returned to The Misses Virginia and Ruby For A. J. Kinsey, Sr.

Stark last weekend after spendingthe Jane McClure spent the first partof Tally Students Will

Canal Point Methodist holidays with relatives here. the week'visiting in Miami. i i A. J. Kinsey. Sr.. age 67. resident Get Special ServiceOn
Church holds its weekly Worship She was accompanied by Thomas Mrs. J. T. Fuqua who has been cf Bare Beach since 193S,
Services at 11:00 a. m. and 7:00p. : Bowes who returned to his stud- 'visiting her mother. Mrs. W. T. died suddenly of a heart attack GreyHound Busses
m. The Theme of the Morning ies at the University of Florida, lcGint}.. in Junction City, Ga., 'December 2;a. 1946 at the home of :
Worship Service on Sunday will be and by Melvin Spooner. who visited was called home a few days ago his daughter,,;. Carl Kolstad of TAMPA -- District Pa...xnge -
"Quit Worrying!". The service is Mr. and Mrs. B. Waring and by the illness of her husband. She Pahokee. Mr. and Mrs. Kinsey Agent Joseph G. Waite of the
preceded by Sunday School for all family in Madison.Mr. I was accompanied to Pahokee by \\"erE''iiJitin with their daughterfor Florida Grayhound Lines announced -
age groups under the supervision and Mrs. Lynn Elarbee of her sisters-in-law theIisses the holidays. Up to that time this week that arrangementshave
of X. V. Maxson. The Evening I Fort I..auderdaleisited: relativesin I Helen Dot and Nell Fuqua. ,he appeared to he in good health. been completed for the operation -
Service will have for its; theme I Pahokee on Monday and Tues Mrs. H. L. Speer i is substitutingat Mr. Kinsey was born October of spcial buses U> serve
"The Touch of the Christ", a sermon the Pahokee High School this 17. 1S79 at Altoona. Florida latter students of the Tampa and West
by the Rev. William T. Blair ,day.Miss Helen Howes has returned week for Mrs. Myrtle CoL-on who moving to Inverness in 1SS, ? Coast area, traveling to and from
on the transforming power of the I from a visit of several days with is absent: because of the illness of where he resided until 193S. Tallahassee. All seats on these
life of Jesus as shown in the lives I friends in Key West. her husband. J. Frank Colson. He is survived by his wife. Mrs special buses will be reserved for
of those who came and still come I Miss Nan Brewton. daughter ofJr. Mrs. W. R. Kaufman and son. Pearl liin-ey. Bare Beach: a FSCWindents.. Waite said.: For
into contact with Him. The Evening and Mrs. W. H. Brt wton. has hex are visiting her parents in daughter. Mrs. Carl Kolstad. Pa- schedules and information inquireat
Service features the singingof I enrolled" for the second semester i Fort Lauderdale this week. hokee: a son. Jack Kin 'y. Jr.. your local Greyhound agent.

more favorite gospel hymns. 'I
We are proud of the work of ,
the Fellowships of the church. )
The Junior Fellowship which i
meets every Friday from 3 to
4:30. the minister providing transportation -
home, has; done a good
j.?b in cleaning up the two lots 1
for the site of ,
recently purchased
our new Sunday School building.The TO THE FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERSOF
Youth Fellowship has had avery
active vacationtime. The
undertook the decoration of the THE
church for Christmaas and did a
beautiful job decorating the
Christmas tree and the sanctuarywith !
Ixwgh of pine and holly. Florida East Coast Railway
They took part in the annual Sunday -

School Party on Christmas
Eve presenting "Why the Chime.
Ran ". They were hosts to the
Sub-District (Glades Area Meeting -

of the MYF last Friday providing The Railway Company had expected to have in actual operation
a fine evening of fun and
fellowship. Then they held their shortly after November 1st the new cut-off line of Railway from our

"Tear-Down" Party on Saturday, double-track main line at Fort Pierce to a point north of Port Mayaca.

spending the whole day tearing The purpose of this line, which curt well over 1 million dollars, wa< to improve -
down the dilapidated shed behind
the church in preparation for the I the rail freight service to and from Lake Okeechobee station

building of a barbecue pit and
picnic grounds for the church in The Railway: contracted the building of the line, which was: :supposed :

what had been waste land. One : to be completed and turned over to the I Railway for operation around
more day should see the wrecking
completed. They'were able to salvage November 1st. Later the contractor extended the date to around January

a sigh percentage of the 1st.ow we are told by the contractor that the line cannot he turnedover

lumber. The regular meeting of to the Railway Company for operation until J possibly a* late as February
the MYF is held each Tuesday at
1 loth.:
7:00: p. m.
The church underook the raising -
In explanation, the contractor reports meeting with various unexpected -
of its quota in the Emory-
Fouth Fund of the Conference in handicaps and reverses and that one particular great delayva*

the month Hf January. The church experienced in finding creosoted materials of large dimensions for the

has been asked to rare $100 as its necessary: bridges, and once after he had the material, it was taken away
share in providing very much
needed dormitory: accomodation* from him by a higher priority holder. All of this: material was finally :secured -

at Emory University for ministerial and the road-bed construction completed.The .
: students and their wives manyof
whom have had to be turned contractor sublet the rail laying and the subcontractor report.

away because of lack of rooming this work has }been slowed
: badly and handicapped by the inability to geta
facilities for them . this in i
time when the world needs the supply of suitable labor and other causes.: However we are now a.sumi!

work of such devoted people so by the contractor that cliff l'ultil'ha'e: b."en remedied! and we should get

badly. The }.'und11 also be usedin the line for operation around February l:>th.
the building of a Florida! : Conference -

Youth Camp for our boys.. I The Railway Company realizes that in the interim the service ii i
AH donations must bin
and by girl Jan. 31. so that funds may less than satisfactory: both from the shippers and the Railway's stand-

I'"' forwarded for immediate action point. The present line is: more costly for the Railway: to operate so you

In the first wo -k. the i-.)n- may be assured t there has been no lack of diligence in trying to get the

pregation raised si.> __ work completed with minimum delay.

PTA Of Canal Point The officers IIf the Railway Company all "rtrv1 To v .1ir

Holds Regular :MeetThe ful thanks: for the interest patience and cooperation .en"or nir.y:

fritndhav! : -h} own u-. l P,...'t
Wedr.e-Kiv; .iftorr.n .e T theihool

- ..itiditor.umth: : Mts 1'1.n.\!
Maurer m charge of the proeraiv.
Mrs P P dfMoya: spoke or
-Guiding lrinoiples." and :Mr Florida East Coast RailwayFriday

Yi'ian1..n'4'r: spoke o.. "Rei.'mniendatiors -
of Florida PTA Council
The attendance award went
to :Mrs Mercer's fifth grade r*,,'rr.kwte5v5
! W"N'tr.: Joe Parker

sr..! Mrs 0 I, Stuart The rext
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