The Everglades news
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 Material Information
Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: September 12, 1947
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
notis - AKF8469
lccn - sn 95026042
System ID: UF00079910:00299
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Belle Glade Names Three New Council I
j I RECENT Phone Company Promises

Members Tuesday; N. D. Lloyd Is Mayor; i : OPERATIONS I

I -.- RRC Service Will Be
City Manager Henry Earwood ResignsWith I By Paul Rndmi I

an unusually large numb r + i I_ n : :---
641 Students Sign December 1 1W
eif voters participating the City of I PI.OI1Ep.o' :> .n' s'' L"tst Improved By
For 1947-48 Term i 'em.'t' sot 'mi "idst Fndi .-
Belle Glade on Tuesday of UPS i
I n.oinmg at the hearing on "in. :- ,
Week chose three new' city: council I At Pahokee School ficient and inadequate" telepnor.' !i. F Jut; ,.In. :.i'. .'tot i.t 1"-1: I Ii MK.II,-- -- tr\'l!:>. t'>r years to obtain
members :-;. D. Lloyd. '
They ate : the Pahikee-Can..l .
in .
;i nii.nication lot ta Flonda Rail- ,!'jipidi telephone service in this:
A. J. Richmond and George Scarborough En:ol1m'nt at Pahokee Schxil-. : Pont at a. The hearing was held ; load and Public UtihfeCommi,- ana v:itnoutat.s!:\ re&ultaM .
I I I which totaled f,20 on registration ;>"..fore \\'. F. Girtman director of i!: ion in Tallahassee. held a publ.c; I. Bnre..lacksonville. Sotit:.-

D. C. DelMven and Lee Puekett day thursday of last we,'k. had increase Communications for the State ,i' hearing at the Lams Hall. Paho- I I c rn Bell I cernmerc'tai engineer and

members of the old council diJ i to 611 on Tuesday of this Rail Road Commission.The !.E'e. Friday morning in regard to ;j: ..;. C. l lwe'n.'nt Palm IJeacSi.South .

not offer for rt'.rt.'cti"n.Iaw r I. w,'ek. This figure is about the what a group of local sub!" 'nberstermed ,'rn Bill district manager
George A. Taylor ran for reelection :- same a* last :year's enrollment at phone: company was girded ,I the "inefficient and mad!>?- wen- also present at the meeting
and was defeated by A. J.Ricnmond the: start of school according ; tor action They had called in M iquate' ** ivuv being: rendered b- Testimony that the Pahokee dial
467 to :?f,.. holdover Principal D. D. Caudill. I. Bjrte. Southern Bell Commer- the Southern Hell Telephone and system exchange is a "dry weath

membeis are \\'. \\'. (Billy) Weeks Knrollniert by gradesFir! =t. GO' ; ( ial Lniine -r with office 11 ;I Telegraph Company: in the !*ah.>, er" exchangehich continuously

and Harold Rabin Mcoml 60: third. ."!'. f"tirth. ".?; :. JvkstlnYllk. He knew all the I k{ -l'anal Point aieaM. goes "hayiviie'in wet weather.
Other Jesuits were ait follows: i i fIfth.i 4S; sixth. r.O.; sexerth G"5.ighti ; p-i:xxet<. Technical non-technicnl I :. Girtni.i'i came to Pahok that the lm .s are jumbled with:

Group One I I]I {- V: ninth. tZ: t-nth. 4: : ''tn,1 ...e"i>-Alexander Gra- at the I. (P1..-t of Paul Rird.n. putt- t'ro."talk. that there ia :'t'rtou"hottl.'np'k
George Scarborough172 3S, and twflft47. ham B-I1 would have been a piker 1 h>u:.t'i ...tTKxei /gla.i: 1. ,- X..wad: at the B.'lle Glade exchange -
Mike Murphy Sr. 2.V;>> .I I i: if he had sat in on the hearing an 1 : a si-up. ..1' othei t..l..pv.OIKul>- which delays sometimes

Group TwoA. : ffered any advice -orVwt: vh-i d. 11 lar,'d they have for ht>urs. long distance calls to
J. Richmond 4G7' i Free Clinics Are | I "nd from the Pahokc-e'-Canal Point
A. 2GG i I
George Taylor
f:. C. Bo'v.n district manager an a and rusts subscribers thous-
Group Three Made Available By "t' the phone eommr.v xxih offieein New Belle Glade ndof dollars early during th '
::. D. Lloyd 432 .
West Palm Beach was conspic- farming season. wa given by several -
William J. Crider 191 IOUS: by m- silence Only once or i I II IIi of the larger telephone sub.scribers. .
'i To Have
H. M. 51 Hospital
Hendry 50 : The County Board ;''twice. did he offer to answer questions .
E. C. Mapp 1
put by the Jacksonville tnigineer. Homer J. Clause, representingt.it
Messrs. Lloyd Richmond and Once Mr. Ej rs asked Open House SundayI KTve.?lades Growers Cooperative -
Scarborough offered their candidacies The county physician Dr. \\". F. ;J I i how man phones were in Paho- as chairman called Urn the
in a group on a tax Van Landingham and a staff' of ,
for T.
: lice and Mr Bowen was unable to I following tt''timontaynr:
reduction platform. Among other nurses will be in the Glades area I j I I I tell him calling on a subordinate I Ii j jjto I I \\ was formerly the Migratory C Richardson. Councilman Terry
things they pledged, if elected. *o: of Palm Beach county every I\i answer the seemingly simp' :: Labor Hospital in Belle Glad" L Seller" Rep B Klliott. Paul
discontinue service of city mana Thursday and hold clinics it was I II 'i question. has I I I now become the Belle Glad" Rardm no Vandegrift of VandetrnftWilliams -
er. On Wednesday following their I announced by County Commissioner I,I hospital and! will be operated b> Farms. L J. Fraserof

election City Manager Henry O. I Paul Rardm and Dr. W. J.I I j!|1I 1----Mr. Girtman of the Railroal I|'! the Western Palm Beach County W H Vann. Inc Graham :Mol:

Earwood tendered his resignation I' Buck chief of staff of the Western '; Commission knows commumcai ,,, Public Hospital Board beginning of t'nitv Farms. Inc. James Wilson -

giving "a change in admini : Palm Beach County Public j i I! tions No matter how highly technical ':: :Monday morning. Sept 15 at 7 of the Easweeet: Pn>tlur..

tion" as his reason. tr:1-1'I Hospital DiMnct. the Jacksonville engineer became i;i, c>''clock Company and l Roy Segree of the
At the organization I The clinics will be held as follows I I in his diO'ussiln.Ir.. Girt- On Sunday. Sept 14. from 10 a. Lake OkeechoN-e Farmers Cooperative -

Wednesday night members of : I I man would! interpret the remarks I II ]I m. until 6 p. m. open house will beobserved These and other ubsrnVrrs
council chose Mr Lloyd mayor Belle Glade Hospital. 10 to 11:30: th- .
into everyday! English easily un- and every person in present requested toy unanmoos -
and municipal judge Mr. Scar a. m. every Thursday. iderstandable I by folks present why : Lake Okeerhobee farming regionis Vote that the company manedirect
borough was named \'k.mayo;" Carver Memorial Colored Hos raxfor telephone service but at cordially invited to visit the hospital : long distance communication -

and municipal judge ad litem. pital. Belle Glade. 1 to 2:30 p. m. i tim- "s don't get it. and see first hand just' what l>etw en the Pahokee awl

1lr.'eks was chosen chairman every Thursday. the hospital hoard fell heir to whei. West Palm lb\\i a.x< hang.
of the council and will retain i Pahokee Hospital 3 to .". p. m. I i I the mn'-tin'
I am of te: opinion that last the federal government turned the It was rontendMl at ;
his position as head of th j e\ery Thursday : Friday's hearing will produce re- : hospital over to the Uurd a few that the building housing the PJhokfe : -
building and sanitary cornmitte"Mr .. I I Dr Van Landingham will be '' suit.!". Mr. Girtman issued specific wf''ks ago. exchange i.. in such' bad

Richmond was named com inn 1' available for any service he may i U rder tl> the phone company: tf- 1 .\ thorough and complete renova- Mate of repair that a tarpaulin
Fioner in charge of the water render to patients who are eligible immediately correct the default 1.1 |i ton program; IS l>emg completed had to U. used to protect equipment
works. Mr Scarborough will be i irespcnsible for this professional attention or the !system, that causes! "{'ro!=-- today and the hospital will t* from the'ath'r during th"

for parks and playgrounds j| referred to him by private phVMician.s talk." The phone company promised bright and shiny Sunday! morning: rain !season this wiinmer Mr
Mr Rabin was chosen'treasurer j Immunization against typhoid ton thiThe Tallahaso.-* 'for the first visitorThe interiorof Barre admitted the telephone

and was named head of l j I diphtheria mall pox t .taius : official: gave the company: until : the building<< has been ('omrt.'tf'I'I I tnpment in this area is! inadequate -
the street department dock jaws and other protective Dec. 1 to remedy the "tnah-g'iat' ly redecorated with money donate I i and said the company had
"'. I I. < Ford Cochran. who I
measures advie l by the Stat 'and neffnirnt"rice now r.'in;: bv Glade business and professional |I flans for immediate impn"mer*
served as chief of police under the Board of Health will!) be ,
pven rendered. men The drive for funds for to give this area "aj good tele
old council will remain in the police i
without I
chargeCommissioner this:: work wa-s omplet-d successfully 'phone service" as it is! humanly
department without the chiefstitle Rardm pointed I i Mr Girtman said among: many under IT \\'. J Buck of Hell J: possible to givr "
under Mr. Lloyd as mayor, it ., out that this !service i i- made) possible other things. "Had I realized tft- Glade 1 I I Bell Company officials raid
stated at the city hall xestedav ---
was bv: the hoard of county com I !situation in this section i* as bada ; Mrs Amy Whidden.supnn- I I flans' have ten made fur more
J. OS. Parru-h. who has ben
: missioner' and i" being ponsore'l: it is. I certainly would have t,'mient of the IVlle Glade and Pa- I I than a .year to lav a new ('AbI"Ii
superintendent! of streets under bv the phniar of the tomrnuni- been here sinner"Testimony hoke hospital. had the between the Pahokee and Hell"
the old! council will remain in thstreet -' \ fono\\n"'I'Ii
without till.- i ty. . tn say in regard to [ Glade exchanges and definite"
department --
by many <>f the Sunday "\\' sincerely hope many :I pn nised to have this cable it
Both Mr Cochran and.1tr Pirn: : h
Canal Point School arf'a' largest paik",. brokers people. willn.sit the hospital an 1 ,i operation bI)ec 1 fit this ye ir
will:! serve at the pleasure: rf .
n"-l eroiirs was thoroughly ron.ncinp ere just how fine a huld.r g it 1! They alw till of plans for an 1-
Max: 'or Llt'\il. Has: 125: : Enrolled \': to Mr Girtmaui and.e really i*.. It has modern equipmei.t" !: tended service between PaD .*. .
The! total vote cast exoetded -p;:
wasnt a bit backward in issuing and plenty of it It iour rtesi** and Belle Glade starting e 1
ami registration! for the el.cttontcached '. order th' I 1..al themselves i with atfW"nhrr'l' '. t..
Err 11".IT 1".1'.1" it t-e <'i'i- to ph n company tr.at people quaint perm'
1.OOO a huh was 2i i m<**,* .
.tl 1'. :rat S h. v'l 1 at the tart of with the lorx-niemes of ,I make an indefinite nor i.. I I.
reparations thin any numh"ever s> v. .,1 1 :M..nditotal..'.1 125. about B.fo-e he left. ilr. Girtman asked this wonderfully modern hOl'plhl betwer. the tw es'lat :;- . :III
to appear on the regtztrattbwoks '" t *. 'a!".' ns lave v ar ate riding ":" to ht- sire and notify bin plant." I charge of two -1 1..:'.i- "iI

T" Mr Wi'm: L. n. i-. p -.r< ipal. .f Te made by the phone A county road crew '.nd..r tedr j :r!st.>a.! f paysa '. ,-
---.- ...-- T>'.' .nrnllm'nt by grade wail a- ., ; .1"\' .""...1''n.t kept I assured. .', te'n tlf ('aunty Cernrni..sinner" i I ea h call *a h', tj .

:. ::"WO' FiTst. 2-1: .i.' 'n.J. 22: : :. . o' :t w' ;!'! b*> a pleasure Paul Rardin is busy today putting j I.n tr. past
County Yet To Visit: "-:s.!. 22= : fourth 17: f.ftr. :2 ti. :in 1 h- streets aro-md 1t' h' spktal A- r-' .s'
-.x'h 15Mr :' H. l.'frtte'.v! ; i"'lr.tt' d .. It that 1 first class r!'isti..r tartrar.iris
Canal Pt. WednesdayTKe .. Sor. h:.. M B.riex\ fifth -.7.n.;: tV h. r'''' :-.rr.ho-r.. ifR Mrs Wh.dJ.t*-.! \i.t that t'. ,.,. .

f I.l.' teacher woas a ;?.pta\.: :1 u I R .iJ I c' .--s; : ".).;',1 .H? h. -pita' al'" r.' '-a.!\ to r-- ; '!.t.r... s.u. . -

ount\ \.ttr-:.lr.t"1 team: b-' . r!.f:.aton .r p'lW.- ""i -. -.1 :-1"- 1. ;. 'u n Pik.... .f t.t"p'-! ''':' e::. ; a'.trt, :- "f'.r.,1ir.lII'A! "A" red .e . I'

'n O. "il IV:'-t ':..xt 11'.dned9V toimmurize .> -.ki"e; arranKerre"t to tf'a.'l n ;en't :n.r. Vn'! 'Jnthr.i: .ng .'r" r.- .... S.n. '!ay g.. f. .1 l.tP..,. "
. - ---- .' .' .. ... .
dogs against r thl'" .X. - ;, ..' 'r ra,'h of the grades' -.ot. r. :
!-"t.tnt County Ager.t H LSpee --. --9 iIT L B'jrns and daticht''. . : -

will give dog owrerss any information Mrs Gt'nt''I 'a1n and son <.*1H. V K dl.e Bnd f"1' and gr Ann RIta. a.con.paned b> Mr. ; P' .

they desire! Nfore that I:\'wl,,>d. Fla were cvi* t. 11 ...(er Joy L** Hall retu- : Burna mother returned home last wit.. -
date. T t'rt'Ill N' a !m.iil ,chare **av. k.'* over the weekend of hr t.> San Diegro. Calif a'" : JMreekend from' Mersbon. Ga.. WIll"r- menta wii4cotcrr.uuHor. r . r

for the tnimuriraticn' work tr- tirtl'r and trr-4n-law' Mr and .... ..!h'. Y1Rt with relative ,.nr4 they "f'r.caIt..-! crtly! by the to t ',r
county agent said :11" r- i'r..h.I! :'.'. Fay: i kip H '' M . ;,_ ., . .'. \0. .p,.


Page Two The Everglades News. Canal Point Florida Friday September 12. 191T

I the t p and the feasibility of lonsrangr :.- or.-trated and commercial organizations -
THE EVERGLADES NEWS TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY I radar is being investigated are now prepared to c"'n-

I During the Atlantic tract to make rain >
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region hurricane in any ar iuffermc
of September 12-17. 1915. propety :- :" :: from drought by the \I... -
Established 1924 Published Every Friday .
I damage amounted to five million of dry ue which is dropped fr.ii:
Subscription Price S2.00 Year Ind'anee' '
dollars but there were only above the cloud. .
(By Russell Kay> ( two fatalities. The fact that the !
; But whether
we experience a
The Everglades Xev.'s Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn
L loss of life was >r.mall despite'' I hurricane this season or not. w'
Canal Point. Florida as Second Class Matter Florida enters the so-called hurncane -1 the intensity of this twister w is: :I can count on one next Spring
I fox' thi! most due to the i
part exceJ -
when the
gubernatorial .
tms with Gulf
Paul Hardin Owner. Editor. Publisher season year carr.pais:
J lent ell-planned bulletins made
pets under way and T(1m"at""l
Coast residents hoping that a
j j possible by the Hurricane Decon.niis
and }'uler"art'n! begin far.r.j- ;
Other Dead FishNew.spaix.rs storm will sweep up their coat :: !"nce Plan. Two live lo and d --tioy the troublesome "rei 1! (constitute a marked decrease fro't enough storm and it will take
: generally are "in the d01hou-e": with Florida titlt' Scientists contend that it the 500 lost during the uncharte I more than B-29
dry ice or t->
west coast: residents who feel that publicity about the "red '.11 take a storm of hurrican II 1P3< storm. break it up. It is a bit too earl

tide" and the dead fish on the beaches has caused them proportions to bo the job and Thtt3nl Reconnaissance squac.- to r-tart charting it n>>\\. but -.*

great loss in bu.-iness revenue.eVpapel'S often are urged beach resident say. "If that's ron. Mornson Field. West PaIr i I i i ion:.s>es to be a honey.
to withhold news on the: claim that publication will he what; it takes let it come and the Beach will conduct hurricane reconnaissance ---- -----
detrimental to business. If newspapers are to be honest in sooner the better." They feel that I flights during 194T.j .

their trust with the people they will not withhold news to possible storm damage certainly j Three B-1T and four B-29 aircraft C. P. Softball Team

which the people are entitled. Whether news i is rood or is referable to the uncertainty !! have been placed in this special Defeats Belle GladeThe

bad, i is not the point ; the people are entitled to know the of the present intolerable situat- i service.. A minimum of one flight

}bad, just as much as they are the good, so they can take tion.Since daily has been established; however I Canal Point Softball tear
such storms herald ,
usually; in caSt: of extreme
whatever step: seem feasible or advisable to change the bad the end of the emergencies played Belle Glade in Pahokee t..ni
rainy season farmers as manyflights as are necessary -
Monday night and 11 to 6.
into the Igood.Sometime i won
and in extended flood-
growers to oKain accurate and authentic .
dead fish in other than the beaches Harlow Sims. Canal Point speed-
are places ed areas join in the chorus and information will be mad.
and the would be entitled know about bailer limited Belle Glade to fir"
people certainly to say.. Let it come, anything to The B-17
aircraft utilized for
it. Newspapers do not create the situations that make stop the rains and give them an hits while his team banged out
hurricanes low
penetration at
13. Hugh Branch and Joe Sims
news ; they merely report what happens. If they fail to do opportunity to do their Fall plant- I and medium level*, while the B- led the onslaught with four hits
that they are violating their clear obligation to their sub
; ing.On 29s handle reconnaissance at very each. Branch rapped out a triple
scribers. However much it wish that the other hand light powerand
may some particular i high levels above 30.000 feet. The I two doubles and a single I
situation had not occured the newspaper is in honor and telephone companies are hopeful Superforts will also circle the while Sims collected three doubles

duty bound to report that ::situation Tallahassee Democrat that if a storm does come it ;, storms tracking them by means of and a single George Tucker al*>
will not be prolonged or so severeas
I radar. hit for extra ba:>t's.
to tear up their poles lines and
Scientists will attempt to destroy Canal Point players are HarKwSim
Last Fatal equipment. Property owners -
Engagement ; those with particularly approaching storms by drop- *. Howard Sims. Hugh Branch.
"Did you participate in many engagements On the continent expensive ping dry ice into them or using George Tucker. Sam Scruggs. Red
plate glass front.*, would just as I
?" rim inquisitive old lady asked the returned soldier. soon see the storms pass us by. other chemicals and possibly Williams. Felix Slonaker. Far.1Cilson. .
five bombs. Success in the use of dry James Weeks. Jamey Sim
"Only replied the ex-Ill with hecomingmOletr.! Citrus growers fear the damage :j
ice to produce rain has been dem- and Julian Snyder.
"And you came through all of them unhurt from salt spray in the coastal \

"Not exectly," he returned sadly.: "I married the fifth." areas and destruction of trees

-OcJila :tar-Banner. fruit should their groves be in the I

path of the blow. I

Scientists anxious to test new I 'j

theories eagerly await another I l
hurricane for they believe that '

through the use of chemical or .1 PONY CLUB

bombs it may be posssible to breakup I

"' ., '.\' '] .b and dissipate them. I I
:\ /-r; The Army-Navy Weather .
':/ ./ BuI I ; -1'.IITOIiF.ri
"" ' \;\ A eau: Hurricane \\'arningC.'nh'r at I
,'" \ )
': Miami. Florida conducts legula1reconnaissance i I
'.... \ I flights over th -
, ., .,f > :.-/y. Caribbean ready to I! Chicken Chow Mein $1.00
... '"'. \ t 'I ,-: /. -' "" spot theestorms II moo ...00.__
/'' .... and chart their course. : ,
-'- ,' '- iI'v <' ___--_-_-'_-""- "'- One of the strangest as-ign- ;1 WITIIonus

ments. that of the 30Sth Reconnaissance ,I la\l4
., "= : Group i is to fly boldly I'

: '--: ;: - through threatening thunderheads :: ITALIAN SPAGHETTI ___ .... Sl.OO
_= _'F tropical: fronts and hurricanes ati.1 "
'" bring back information as to therrdirection

:::; ,; ./ he probable and course intensity.of the They storn plot '| I Tenderlion Steak Sandwich. 75c

... and report to the local warning i iservice
--- : -.... where frequent bulletins } I'
; -; 1TlF: r' are issued so that areas in the i,
lf \ '\ \ \ path of the Cuban Sandwich 50c
I \ '.. '. approachingstorm' : ___ ____.... ....__
;.,, have as accurate advanc-*
'; ', :' \' warning as possible.The .AM' fT...\>s OF IlKEK
."\.c> tendency of hurricanes to
I I.
move in a very erratic manner hag
been the greatest contributing ,

tor in their destnictiveness. Now I
very; storm is tracked and chart- j i STEAKS - CHOPS - FISHGlades

pd. Methods for determining posi-1!i

tion. intensity; and movement of CHICKEN

hurricanes are constantly being I
The BIG little ,,I
thing studied to find the best plan of I

control. So far flights have been t i !
i made through. around and over --

Your telephone ia 00 small you can hold it in .
I t
your band; s*> big it can carry jour voice acroithe I I

ttnrltl. ,


To furnish you with the kind of telephone *ene

you Ie-.ire, Southern Hell M-cures the l I..t in telephone -
<-<|'iiiiiiifiit| from the We.-tern Klectric (M III-

Piny. It- afMN-iatioii with the American Telephone
Week End PresentsAt
&: Telegraph Company |>roidenationwide and

worltl-wi.lr Ion:; tli-tanee facilities and u... of the Your RequestDANCING

faiuouHell I.IINratorirfor! n..ard lurlH.r.j .

I 9:30 'til 1
advantages j plc; -erviceonue< lionith

oilier. Telephone. Companies: throughout tb.'c unto ,

make it ,iliKfor Southern Hell
jM torrr %ou at Sat. Night

a uu"u'ut"? notice an\ time,any place, for )lui-ine...*

t'r pleasure.ea-ual cull or life-or-deatli emergenciesYes
; Music: Iv! A Band

,your telephone i i.. a hi;:little thini-bis enough

-olvebarrict'of t i 1111'..n.I.li l.rn.-1 I it tie enough

totf a friend ..nlllu'ihl.'r; in jour coiiimuuit*. Chicken. Steaks.

Sandwiches At All Times

'ltCorporoed I Iir

Friday, September 12, 1947 The Everglades Nevis, Canal Point. Florida Page Thre

Farewell)) Party For F. t:. C. RECEIVES Z Promotion Plans SEMINoLE: CIIIKF DII> }I :Margaret Anderson
"IA. Fla. Os'eloa.tht' ,
Joy Lee Hall :Made Methodists:: Jimmy
I Semmolearnor who in 95: Hostess At PartyMiss
Florida East Coast Railway has II
years never quite an"p his mistrust '
IVynell Gillis entertained at her just received delivery of five mort Plans for annual promotion dayat for the white manc laid ; Margaret: Anderson, home

home Friday evening with a fare- : Diesel-electric locomotive units the Pahokee First Methodist to rest in a grassy Indian burial 1 from Scarret College on a brief
well Lee HaI! officials announced today. Thes ground Tuesday with a \shiteman's i summer vacation entertained a
party honoring Joy : are of 2.000 horse-power each and Sunday school on Sept. 28. were
ceremony. I of friends
who left this week with her grandmother were manufactured by the ElectroMotive made by members of the Workers Dressed their colorful group Tuesday evening
in nati.t'costumE's with a "pet-together" party Following -
Mrs. Willie Bridges, for Corporation at LaGrange Council at a meeting at the church about 50 of his tribes- the serving of refreshmentsMiss

San Diego, Calif. Games were enjoyed Ill This brings the Florida EastCoast's Tuesday e\enmg The promotionday men and friends gathered in the Anderson and her guests saw
Diesel fleet up to a total of program will be under the direction -
and the hostess was assistedin little white frame Baptist churchon the show at the Prince Theatre
26 units, or 52,000 horsepoweOne -. of department .superintendents -
the Seminole
reservation fo-
the serving of refreshments bv Those attending were the Mi-wes
unit will haul a seven to eight including Mrs Frank Ro- I
the last rites.FIRST
her parents Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Lucille Salvatore Ora Faye Cran-
car train at high speed, while two zelle nursery Mrs Jack Spencer,
Gilhs ford. Betty Lou Pickett. Bett units are required for a 14 to 16 kindergarten; Mrs. Jess Elliott,
Guests were Bobbie Moberg. FALL MEET : Verla Jeffenes and Jean
car train such as the "Champion"Mrs primary: Mrs Becky Starling junior I
Wanda Lou Harper, Edna Unwin. The first DeJburn.
: Jack Spencer, intermediate: meeting for the fall I
Gene Caruthers. Franklin Howell, I ----.f -
season of the Pahokee'oman' I
Mrs B. Elliott, senior
young people
Danny Hitchcock Charles McCur- D. \V. Cunningham, accom- and John A. Dulany, adult. Iub will be business luncheon I I Rev C. T. Howes was called to
dy, Bobby Schroder, Danny Mullis, panied by her mother Mrs.V.. R. It was announced that annul ..t the clubhouse on "Iue day. SeptIfi. I I Ocala Monday morning by the
Melvin Tillis Buddy Moberg. Jack I Em-cks. visited Mrs. Cunningham'saunt at 12 noon Mrs Leon Spoon- critical illness of his mother. Mrs
rally day at the Sunday school I
Boland Bobby Macfcey, Dale Maxwell j: Mrs Hastings Munch, at wall be held on Oct. 5 with Mrs. R. :-1', president, will preside at thebusiness. IG.I C Newman Gil Gilbaldm flew
and others. Jensen Beach Monday."There I I
him there by private plane.
J Schroder and Mr< L. J. Fraser
in charge of the program. Tt-c
council voted to sponsor! a training i i t----I -1
school for school' workers thus fall 'I' I Ii

the date to be announced MelvnSpooner ]

Goes Another .I in working getting was the order appointed churh tower in chargeof bell: i Shrubs and Trees

Preceding the business shipper
: was served in the social hall with ALL VARIETIES AT RETAILAuthorit'd
Greyhound Bus! !' Mrs. Becky Starling and Mrs Goo

B. Ramey acting as hostes< r>s. I"
---- Sales and Service

That's Real Local Service!" I :Mrs. W. A. Stevens I JACOBSEX 'VER..AXI)

Has Birthday Party HAND LAWN :MOWERS
Mrs. James II. Wilkinson. Ji.. II
I and :Mrs: Raymond Canithers Heyshostesses I I ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO.

at a surprise party hon-

1 oring ::\frllkin on'motht' I Open \\Vtliiedaand Saturday afternoons
:Mrs: \\'. A. Stevens, on her birth-
1100\ Southern BInI.'st Palm I UeachQUIZ
anni'r5:1T1U5.13 evening
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I The party was held at Mrs Ci-
ruthero' home on Belle Glade 1 1I 1I i iI iI ii

i Ho nl l where games wore enjnyel
and refreshmentsere served bv
the hostesses to :Mr: and :Mrs: C. L. I
Wilder and son. Carnev..l1r. and l

Mrs. A. J. Ludeman. Mr and :Mr: ,...
1-1 DEPARTURES DAILY FROM I tal'ling'fr.:: and :Mrs: Horace UP- I

win. :Mr: and :Mrs: Ralph Grime

CANAL POINT : :Mr: and :Mrs: \\'. A, Stevens Miss:: I
=Nancy Stevens Miss:: Blanche Stens *>- I

: \ J. Wilkinson, Jr. Ra>.-
I Q.'hat i-:. the moot: talkedaboutubject inWtt
i mond Caruthers Sidney and Gen *
Dial's top-noloh liipb\\' transportation service for
; 'Caruthers and Raymond Carutli- I Palm Ueach; Today"
your city. . the kind your 'omnium!y really I doM.r\t'->. era Jr.

Grebound's nmm-rou-, well-tinx-d iebedtileiitlr low I I A. PARKING !

rost fares is unequalled| l baii\' oilier form oi tran-H.r- K. .1. ILSO.V;; DIES

tat inn. (.ount on Grb< und fur the IK-*! in !s.'rice. |I OKF.F.CHOBF.F.FunE'ral services Q. What can !It' done about it ?
I i for E .Wilson were held at

GREYHOUND BUS STATION |i the first Baptist church here at A. Lit LOU HI-\; CII. Olive A\e. and first St..
i 13:30 p. Wednesday with th"
1 I in the center of the shopping district in
Rev C. H. Eiland 1
pastors! of all local churches assisting \\'':-:t Palm Ueath: take care of your harking -

i Active, pallbearers wer I problem:
fellow deacons of the First Baptist

church. Prominent in the commu- :1 Q. How?
nity. Wilson was a member and

leader' of many fraternal and civic I A. Any one of the following Mrxkeentitles you

organizations I to a FUElPAHKI: \(; :-:PA'IALL:

DAV if youlikt, : Fill up with tra oline .

I a wash job . oil clianire or ]lubrication .

i polish .job or a wax joh.I .



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Holdoiir ve'ats. folks. ftta>;.. j y I
s. t for a grind att and \\'r ldtnz: r I
\.11 in on the ihmix: RIGHT NOU:" \ l/ I

For wttk*. as manv ot you nnv t.n',' / I
J't'n't'ln.1. there has tarn plentt'i.' 1 I
a>>iut the Alfar plint Pouring ..:" l j I
concrete tearing out build.ne it.a '. -
hammers banging nwrry tune 1. I

Then ton there has been the arr.1 1
..t nuMtnous 'rat.'s and trees hu.:t
thmi,. that took pi.rtv .>f brawn: 1 A Servant of the Glades
hantik Th.'s hale ttin ,..tatk. .
.\\\a1. to N. illt'r.it..d tur t-,. > ltnat'.t.' \ J, W' !. I.l\'mg: ytli '. kids t:;.
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Four The E"ergbdt's.5.. Canal: Point Florida Friaay September 12 19-:

Cook Perfects )iii'. BITTING: im:' t ('llti:(II OP t IIKI"' T .
His Woman's Society Has: ti tr.in.i: tal'itth: away: But t
WATCH HILL. R I. S -!.- :. CItXTl"'Thl'E5T.Cr:
no:d of the! Lord endureth
: lor
(iolden Ram ScheduleCoarh req'IE' 'i.aua- t-.:>h:.-itt.d! M-:.- Three Xev Members: ;' :" :s t.:t. sub ev.i" 11 I Pettr 1 ::!I. 25 tto t-:
day; 1"1 MiRegr: 't Ian net Bi'- .'t the Lessor.Sernior.vhun; will! %IT.-! period I t.
Cook of Belle Glade hal a r: _'. \":::.. If Cla-rut-. Btti:,.:. ML.. J. FK"<.:,. Mrs J. VTi "r teal in C:hurt ne.of Chi sty; Tat- For.-Sormon: also include
efi-<.ti i his fort hedulrfor ',:h. tiled at the family "' umnit'rh :- ,. : :'le.itist. throuzrunit the world
' bail H : -' r.aard MrPa..l: R-M!! ; onSur.d th' rol'owmsr! passage from e;. '
the Golden Rams: this! fall. n.e here t ptI, after an extended ;:- were welcomed as new ir.i-mbets i i .iv. St-ptemh 14Trie I Christian Science: te\thvr.::;
There will he only three gam.s illness Mrs. Bitlins: 5' i., ] of tu Pahtkee First Metiu dsfTWoman's Gulden Test i.-: "The invisible t'-ienie and Health with Key ,
away from home with seven scheduled survived by her husband: widely : Society of Christian St r- I thing of him from the 1" Scriptures" by Mary Bak."
to bo playgirl! on the Belle known in south Florida buir.fxn i- .-j Gladfield.. circh ar.d by a ..laughte'XIarzarit. tally: and new member day heM! I I seen. being understood by te ever io learned through matena'sense :
The schedule is as follows: and a -..n. Clatence. j! Monday afternoon at the church. trir>.;:!5 t11t are made even, tits must be lost bemuse siuivcalled .-.
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Games At Home !i Mrs. :Marion: Warren and Miss; eternal power and Godhead" ( Romans - knowledge is reversed hv
?::vpt. 26 StuatOct. Coral Gables :Man !I Ruth Dorsey. new members of til-: > l:2Oi.Among the spiritual facts of being i in 5.-

3... Clewiston j I high school faculty were mtrotlujt.a the citations which compise once. That which material ser-= >
Ort. K Lake Worth Name To RRC Job | as visitors. Mrs. K. F. ::\lcll1I : the Les; n- t'rmon is the f:1- calls intangible! is found to h'
Oct. 21 Okeechob e | wain presented coraeto the: lowing from the B.Me; : "For all uh.tam't'"hat to material: sense
Oct. 30 Vero Beach Rih-iid Mack. 3". of Coral new members and giu-st Mrs.i I flesh is as gras. and all the !cK'r" seem sub>tanoe. becomes nnthllIlt' :;-
N'ov. 20 Beach Gables veteran and office manager i Dun- Padsett. Mr. "f t'tlrt'3In'anis=t'!
Delay i an Robo-t man as the fl :-v.' 2" Pahoke: of the Port Everglades: RocK '. Walkt-r and Mrs. T. L. Burns of *> grass with-reth and the flm" :and reality appears 131:1': :
Games Away From Home Co. was appointed a member of ,I the membership committee Wo':,' I
Oct. 17 Fort Pierce the ,state railroad commission in charge.
Xov. 7 South Browar'l Tuesday by Gov. :Millard F. Cnia- I! The group voted to invite the 1- -,
Nov 14 Tech Hi (Miami) well. WSCS Gladeubdistnct to conduct -
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'"- I 1 Naming of Mack who has never its fall meeting at Pahokee. 1I

Honor :Miss Eleanor held public office before to the Reports: on activities during the Just Received
$S7.OOO-a-vear commission seat left t past year were given by Mrs. H. J. I
Chastain At ShowerMiss vacant by the death of the late Anderson supplies chairman. :Mrs:
i 1: "". B. "Babe" Douglass, came as B. Elliott youth work chairmar:.
Louise Sinn: entertained at a complete surprise to most of the: and Mrs. D. D. CaudiH. president. CARLOAD GOLD BOND
state. Mrs. C. T. Howes
\ gave a reporton
here home in Canal Point Friday
He will have to run for electionto the School Missions whion
afternoon with a bridge and tel :3-S" SHEET ROCK AND PLASTER
a full four-year term in the she attended: as a local delegatein
party and shower honoring Miss :May 194S. primaries. I Lakeland in August.

Eleanor Chastain. bride-elect. TIe: :Mayor Perrine Palmer jr.. of I It was announced that the junior -
hostess was assisted by her motn- i Miami is vice-president and geni I Youth Fellowship league has
('r, :'Ir.-*. G. Lawton Sims, and Mr?. i i oral! manager: of the rock company been reorganized: at the church by
Stanton Chastain, the bride-elect's bv: which Mack has been: ..employe I Mrs. Arch Blakey and Mrs! Geo
mother. I since his discharge from service B. Ramey. :Mrs.: Caudill called for
Scoie prizes: were awarded to in the Army: in June 1916. I a special executive hoard meeting
:Miss Dorothy Chastain. high, and 1 The appointee, who will move to I on Sept. 29.! AND ASPHALT SHINGLES
:Miss Betty Sheer, consolation. The Tallahassee with his wife and A devotional program on "Th"
cut prize was won by Miss: Betty daughter, said he expects to report Art of Using" was presented bv I
Lou Pickett. I to railroad commission headquarters -I Mrs. Blakey.: :'IisIarcaret I

Many lovely gifts were received in about a week. Anderson: spoke briefly of her
by the honoreo. Bride ut.sts't're: : : He has never met either of the work a" student at Scarret College. -
:Mrs. John S. Harrington.>ls Joy !other two commissioners Jerry Memphis. I THE LARGEST STOCK OF
Lou Bailey Mrs. Oscar Chastain. \\'. Carter and Wilbur C. King I :
:Miss Dorothy Chastain :Miss nor did they know of him. i t Mr. and Mrs. Bert Carlton have j Bl :MATERIALS IN
Speer and Miss Pickctt. Tel Born in Miami in 1PO9. Mack :s ns guests her: brother-in-law: and
g'ut'stslrs.. Anderson Chatain., the first member of the railroil 5 THE GLADES
Mrs. David BI't>('h, Mrs. Don Pin- commission from this city since and daughter. Beveilv. \\'ISt'O1'I
son an.1lr*. M. I>. Geiger. Hudson Burr served 20( years ago. 'in.

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Here's how big your enjoyment will be-
Yes, in addition to giving

and here's how small your cost you all the Big-Car advantages Glades Appliance Corp.Phones

described here, .

the new 1947 Chevrolet

BIG CAR QUALITY saves you money on all 17 and 2.;i) Belle Glade

items of purchase price, i

AT LOWEST COST operation and upkeep-

gives you BIG-CAR QUAL- I


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: Cattlemen


:. Our !laboratories have turned out

I something new for stock, and on

I trails it has 1 proven nlo t successful,

You'll enjoy the Big-Car luxury of this smart, streamlined, and it was made especially for Everglades -

style-leading Body by fisher-with genuine No Draft venti- use.

lation, extra-comfortable seats, and every facility for your y
comfort and safety-for Rsher Bodies are the finest bodies, t rand I
they're found only on Chevrolet and higher-priced cars. sl .
It will be known as EVERGLADES

YouTt delight in the Big-Car cor" lirl.- ,
!: Youll thrill to the L g-Car performance of
fort and road ,teadmtt of tti. i -
r a lively, powerful,,dependable ChevroletYal.e i
Unitucd Knee-Action Gliding
that sTooth: / -in-Mead ""iff.Matt., EngmeRidsAiring : This i is a special mixture of balanced -
safe, perfectly, balanced feeling the type of eng.pe; found only, in Chevrolet
which makes it seem that and h.gher-priced cor. I mineral salts and comes in 100

Car and road are one another
advantage found only ; pound bairs.Ve invite you to give it

in Chevrolet and higher _
priced carv / Be wee your car i it ready far wir'erl During; Sep'e-..be. and i: a trial and watch wonderful improvement -

October Chevrolet dea'er ere ma.'ng a spec of) pot of falservice I in stock.
to de"'toeshar. te ..<.I"Ce: of our tervite f ac '.t.., your
end quality work-no"1 Sc bang row -or n soon and let
vt get it ready for the bad .ectt>er days ahead.
You t! f..1( perfectly safe, per
fury ,..C\/r.. Mont s to fitherni
..* ,teel Body Knee-Action;
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ti :- found only in Chevrolet and KILGORE SEED CO.
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Fndav. SentemTx-r 12. 1917 The Everglades News Canal! Point. Florida Page FtvMi ?

:Mr: and :Mrs.: I. S. Guthrar: ; | 'ir.derw'-nt tn:: append ct.y: itI ;-e<. .T.'iva; ,- .f i-.r.Jy: .,: tl.v: Ur.tisty .- - =
i i :iup.inied bv their grar. t a1ig:; tt"r. I the Everglade;;:; : ? M-moria: Hospital: .. <>f Florida.M "--. =

Mar .a Jea:.. spent the \\eeke.vJiii :.n ::\1..r.day.11' :: :. and :Mrs.: Glenn At>Ig ar- V )/

i Miami visiting their daughter :\ ar.d I I11'.5.. Frank Sganga ,>f spE'n..Igonth'" vacation in
MLautke: Thompson and Brooklyn arrived in Canal: Poi:.t Canada and other points north.

family. thi> w :"k to spend: some: time with Ma Iir.oger.e; Spivoy.. who.*->

mol i Mr.-. Marvin Umvin arj Don Hara '.\'ay has returned :\I!. and :Mrs.: Frank O'ConneM. parents moved to Stuart this sun-
Mr. ...ud11' '. Tom G. Stevenson
p"nding.ra] days in Pahokee from a'iit;: with relatives in. Mrs. Sgansra is the f.rmer1i5* mer. will make her home with :M: '
Strawberry. Ark. Dabs O'Connell.A. and :Mrs.: L. L. Sonia Annltlhdl' of Bell?
visiting:: nit parents. Mr. and Mrs.J. Shirley this coming
Glade announce the l btli of
a son.
*K. Umvin. before returning to Mrs. Fern Campbell has returned :M.: Andrew of Andrew's Grocery :year while continuing her studies
George T.. at the Everglades Msv
Gainesville where Iar'inill en- to her home in Kin man. Kar.s. in Canal Point is home troai as a junior at Pahokee High -.
">rial Hospital! on t'rt.t..
roll for hIS second year at the University following a two months* \'iit'ith Good Samaritan hospital in West School.
of Florida.] ( her brother and sister-in-liv. ::.. : ai.. D ich since suffering a :Mr.: and Mrs.: Let.n.lrdIax"on.:: :Mr.: arotIr Joseph Russell

Miss Jean D'-lbuin firYet and Mrs.: Lloyd] Hundley! : in Paho- !he'1-* rfack last week. His coalition Dr. and :Mrs.: H. B. Miller and Mr. Lowe tLllia lona Collins of Pa-

Palm Beach was the house guestof kee. : !i" L' "v>rted as improving.Miss and :Mrs.: Roy Bryant spent a few nokee announce the birth of a son

:\ .- Margaret Anderson Tuesday j 1 :Mr.: and Mrs. R.--V "n.p returned L.:. .:a Hand has been days last week fishing on the Flor- i Joseph Ray. at the Everglades Memorial

: Wednesday.. last weekend from their wedding spending the past week with her ida Key They report excellent ] Hospital on Sept. N

Mr. and Mrs.V.. R. Enecks r-- trip and are now at their. grandpaents. Mr. and :Mrs.: Fred luck and caught plenty of snapper. Mr. and :Mrs.: John L. :Miller: 0:

turned to their home in Rocky. home in Canal Point. Hand; in Sarasota. .grouper. yellow tails and grunts.Mr. Chosen announce the birth of n

Ford. Ga.. on Wednesday of this Mr. and Mrs. G. Lawton Sims: I :\11'. and Mrs. Frank Waller spent and :Mrs.: Edward Vertommen son at the E't'rgbJIt'mt"rial

week after a visit with their son- and daughter. :Miss: Louise Sim. the past week end at Jt'n"t'n'her>? and rlaugter.Iarit'! Jo<;.\ Hospital on St'pt.I.I.

in-law and daughter.. and ::\11'.... are visiting their daughter. :Miss: they enjoyed a fishing trip. former Pahokee residents have --. ....
D. W. Cunningham, and their son i Jane Sims in Atlanta. Ga.. this M is. Rt'itaIurphy:: and children] returned to their home in Detroit.:

and daughter-in-law.. and :Mrs.: : week. Mr. and :Mrs.: Sims plan to ,, were guests of Mrs. Lester Hand Mich., after a two week visit Miss Betty Speer and :Miss: Joy

Parnell Knecks in Pahokee. visit relatives in Richland and 'j jon i Tuesday. i ij with his brother and sister-in-law. Lou Bailey were visitors in :Miami:
:Miss: Betty Speer who is spend- "'('ston. Ga.. enroute home while j: :Mrs.: Edna Barrett spent th" 'Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Vertommen. Tuesday.i .

ing a brief vacation here with her Louise plans to remain in Atlanta I,I past two weeks in :Miami: Beach
parents, Mr. and :Mrs.: II. L. Speer for a longer visit with her sister. '1 with! her niece. :Mis.: Fritzi Irla.

after taking graduate work at the Mr. and :Mrs.: i 'Maxwell:: have I j I :Mr.: and :Mrs.: "'. A. McDowell: : VC >i Y iS a V Y><:>O Y lit Y>v D>vvvQ
University of Florida this summer as a guest :Mrs.: Rosario J. :Man-: ;| and :Mr.: and :Mrs.: Andr..w1:: <-- .

will! leave soon for Gainesville! to I guno of Washington D. C. ;; Dowell have returned to their (, :{: C.AER.EXTHITSIASTS: : :"a

enroll for the fall semester at th" :i :Mr.: and Mrs.: :Mathew: L. Ba-- !: homes in Baconton Ga.. after being -
University Florida where sh-' I field of Swainsboro. Ga.. have arrived guests of :Mrs.: Julia Chandler] r:> THE CAMERA: : CENTER: trv :

will! work'for a masters degree in 1 in Canal Point for a'isi:: i i and Mrs. J. B. Spooner. .4 i is now equipped with a repair department. work c r'4A5

c-hemistry. I I with his brothers, Charles and Ruben i i Mrs. B. L. :Mathis: of Princeton.Fla. will! 1 1)0> promptly done by experts familiar with all c"'>
James H. Wilson is recuperating Barfield and families. While!: .. is the guest of her daughter.Mrs. ;: makes of domestic and foreign cameras. a

from an operation performed at I I here :Mrs.: Barfield will substitute :: Lf'onardIaxson:: and :Mr.: 45: OFFICK IQl'II"UXT c As
the Good Samaritan Hospital in for :Mrs.: Glenn] Abling in the office Maxson:: in Canal Point. C >

West Palm Beach Tuesday morn- I I'i of Dr. Wilburn C. Young while Alvin] Kilpatrick visited h.a .: HALSEY & GRIFFITH INC.313I.V17 c:.

ing. :Mrs: Wilson and her sister.Mrs. 1 :Mrs.: Abling i is away on a month' '\ uncK! s and aunts, :Mr.: and :Mrs.: L. c"
: Datura St. Phone 38S3UKSI ,"a
Adaline Stuckey. are stayingin vacation. J. Fraser und Mr. and Mrs. J. V. ii.i. .'.\1.1 BEACH, FKA. :
West Palm Beach during his illness. i Dolores] rpthpgrodallg'htpr of Thomas. in Pnhokee before going: Y it y
Mr.: :Mrs.: E. O. to Gainesville to enroll for his sa :
and Upthegrovj.: < 3s VVVVVV >< >s VVVVVVV >e >V s > >V s
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I'm REDW" to take up that "Rain Check", now!

All tlio'e wonderful things you haven't your appliance dealer now in a rising title.He's .

been able to get-thoe work.aving;:, lifeeaing all set to helpoti bring jour el cy-ic

electric "helper you promisedjourself "lineup'up to late. Set him to.ia\ami

for after the war are reaching get set for Better Lh ing Electrically:: I
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Six The Everglades News. Canal Point. Florida Frtca)". Septemb r 12. 194T

I musical treat seldom seen in any Individuals Seek of S15 a week for those unt'mploy-I Terminal Leave Pay

Cinematic ChatterBy picture. ed through no fault of their own |
Some of the song numbers introduced State Agency Service Still AvailableWorld
Malcolm Millar : ar.d who are registered as available .
in the picture are "Once ;n I
r Awhile," "There are Such Things, for suitable employment provided :;
i More than 12 calls for service War II veterans who faIl-
You have and "Let's From it All" they have earned sufficientcredits '
a very exciting : get Away '
to file for terminal leave
by individuals were registered in in pay
clever picture to be screened at "Oh. Look At Me\ Now," "Will you covered employment. before
I have
not lostthe
Florida Veterans ,
Still be mine" and other the Belle Glade office of the available for suitable
Prince Theatre this many right to claim this benefit according -
your coming work, draw $20
a week to 52
tunes that have been made famousby State Employment Service during :- up
Sunday-Monday when "Framed", these two "fabulous bandleaders. August Arthur M. Larnmore weeks. Refusal of suitable work to James A. Stafford.
Veteran Service Officer.
starring Glenne Ford, Janis Carter Don't miss "The Fabulous manager of the local office said offered will disqualify a claimant | County
"The terminal leave law set
and Barry Sullivan, moves in, Dorseys." today. A total of 30 referrals to in either category. \
deadline for filing which was September -
with an imposing featured cast Saturday brings our double fea- ,jobs were made during August I -. .. I, 1947. Stafford said
headed by Edgar Buchanan Karen "Under Nevada while were reported -
ture special, with j job placements
I' "However the law did provide f.-'r
Morley, Jim Bannon.and many Skies", with Roy Rogers. George I I"Gabby" at 20 including 8 veterans. I Fishing Rodeo To an extension of the period if necessary -
other well known Hollywood players. and other
Hayes many Employers contacted by loal
and word has just been received -
well known Western players this I Florida State Employment Ser- : Be Held At ApopkaAPOPKA that the filing deadline has
In the Story, and it is a blazing promises to be an outstanding vice personnel in behalf of job applicants I been reset as September 1. 194S.
story of a two-fisted guy matched Western opree. totaled 28. Job orders fora The Florida Ang- This extension was justified because -
against a double crossing girl Second pix is an action show total of 26 persons were placed lers Association has announced i many veterans had not filed
Ford plays a tough, young mining I with plenty on the comedy side of I by employers in the local office $50.000 fishing rodeo which wi'l claims by the end of the original
engineer much intrigued by Janis the ball. This one is "G. I. War during the month. start November 1 and continue period."
Carter, who enacts an alluring Brides," with an all star cast an i I
Although the monthly report indicated through the winter season. Those veterans who have not
blonde waitress in a tawdry cafe. a swell story to go on. I'm sure I that a major part of the: The Association has tagged yet filed for unused leave pa.
Sullivan is a respected banker whois you'll enjoy every frame of this delightful -I activities were in behalf of veterans thousands of fish which have were urged to visit Stafford's of-
leading a double life, and he certainly -j picture. |[ the filing of unemployment been released in Lake Apopka. | ice. which is in the Sanders building -
does a fine job with the You should really see those Sat-i I[compensation claims by non-veter- tags representing cash prizes of I on Mondays. Wednesdays an I
meaty part that has been handed urday shows as there are mary| ans made up a large volume of from 5 to $5000 each. In addition I' Fridays and in the Pahokee City
him. I'm sure you'll like every fine pictures that find their way j[work during the period. i special awards include a'' Hall on Tuesdays. Thursdays
inch of it! on to this program that will never i j j I Unemployment compensation I $10 daily prize for the largest .and Saturdays.
There is a very fine show slated be seen at any other time during ;'payments in Palm Beach County i i catch, a weekly prize of $25 an I i -- . ---
for Tuesday-Wednesday: when the week. j jSee amounted to $3.408 and were made a monthly prize of $50. I' Promotion of R. L. Mansfield t"

"Temptation" moves in with Merle you at the mo"ies--"Ial. j jMr. I 1223, including 77 men and 146 women -, Headquarters for the contest |i the position of Assistant General
Oberon George Brent. Charles -. I I during the week ending August | will rx> the swanky Orange Fisn- ,Industrial Agent for the Seaboard
Korvin and Paul Lukas as the and Mrs. Jack Chastam i I 30. I! ing Lodge located> on Lake (Airline Railway. with headquarters -
stars and L+'nore Ulric Arno'd have as guests this week their son- | Unemployment Compensation !Apopka and operated by the As at Norfolk. Virginia has been
Moss and Ludwig Stossel featured. in-law and daughter Mr. and Mr?. 1 I payments are made for a maxi- I,sociation's president S. L. : announced by Dallas T. Daily tlu-

This is an exciting love story H. N. orrell.>, of Arcadia. |i irr.am of 16 weeks and a maximum (I I Cheek, Jr. i j l road's General Industrial Agent.
that gives Miss Oberon full opportunity -
to display tier histronic '
ability as a dramatic artist. George
Brent is his usual suave !self" an] ,
does excellent work in his role. I
Charles Korvin. always a reliabl-* 1 i

actor aquits himself in a well :1, \ ;;

dered part and Paul Lukas is rf'n-I .
yond reproach in his fine :'i.. ,, ;" -
disposal: of a difficult role. All other f'
members of this finely chosen 8 0 --j'-

cast do most excellet work.A trainsmean ;;
en nes. log ;
good many people have enjoyed ;
the music' of The Dorseys. but .

have never known the musical history "
of these two boys who ro.;.f'in :
the musical world to heights coveted !
by all those who long to beatit

out strong and nigged.With .
the !'(screening "The Fabulous .Ji -

Dor.oeys" we will get> revealing >-

peek into the private livesof r lower cost to !

these and two.the beloved oldsters of the and teenagers a- .; you


s'i_ .ihri ffit.. :-..; ._ ,14; But union leaders want hal trains'-double crews/

-fH SIZE' C? 0E FOLK* Big locomotives are built to do a big job For "safety," they say. But is it?
t / / in the big country which is America-a Government figures show definitely
VESTS DEPLNCS ON j big job in peacetime as in wartime. They that long trains mean greater safety to
IN 1tiEIRPOC.KE.1' ....3- k' : I Long freight trains can handle more Then if safety is not the real reason
l f 4, / goods at less cost-to 'ou-than short what is the reason behind this demand?
-- lf trains. It is to make more jolw which are not
.... ,'"Vyx *. f h Long trains mean fewer trains-fewer needed-to get; more pay! This "iade
'..; { : chances for accident*-fewer interruptions work" would be sheer um.sfr. Think flf big
/ t t I traffic. modern locomotives only half their
f V : : i ; to using
HM' W" 1 But a few railroad union leaders oppo..er..
c ', pose long trains-among their current 44 For this waste, you-the public-would
demands for changes in rules is one limitha"e to pay. Higher costs mean a lower
: ing the length of freight trains to 57 averstandard of living for every Msy. Nobody
age cars. Why do they demand this? u-ants that!

etaThe ,
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amount you have in your I \ -:' Here's the record
doesn't th'! ,
1 pocket change \ .
wheel balancing, wheel straightening I I I
and framstraiRhtening '
services you g't'iat ti -- 'n' quarter century..1921.1946. ..

the LAIn SHOUK MOTO.t St, 1 rr
Average length of freight trains has '
the :
co.'t' treat everyone % ,4 QQ"
same rourteously. promptly! is. gone vp . . .. . . . . . . . o .
economically and don't '"
ft.rJt.t"f' u. the latest d* Average speed of freight trains has gone up.
4'' The rate of injuries to railroad employes has '

1 gone down . . . , . . , , . . . . .0

l 'tE Average wages paid railroad; workers have '

t ?,_ i gone up. . . . . . . . . . . 84"a
very 1 Price of materials and supplies hasgone rn"'

F. up . , , . JO ft

I I ._ ;' Railroad taxes have gone up , , . . . . 76"I :;

j%;' But the average charge by railroads ;
n r1" n>- v iiMax
wtr1 m w' for hay ling a ton of freight one mile 23'I I
In"r: :
TVKrm H.- .. .: s-\T i ". a has gone down . . . . . .

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Friday. September 12 104:+ The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Page Seven

Bible Class WorkingFor Inferior Service To i Cancer ConferenceIn Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hand a-I: A ";-:.ilJ l ::techmque in stad-

,..*-,..tIt' relatives in Sarasota: : j jk 'ium constructi: devised by City

Big AttendanceThe Bring Reduction In Miami Beach '.. <... t'd. I! .)Miami architect! and engineer! ?

-. will make it possible for 6O.OOO
Telephone Rates !
Ed of Anderson. P. fans the annual Oran "'*
First Methodist Church )f ATHENS. GA.Irs.. H. U. Thompson I to witness

C.. arrived in Pahokee Bowl football classics next January -
: Tuesday
Richie.: Rrgrional Commander : :
Pahokre announces that the pastor TALLAHASSEE!: Th< suggestion I :
the American Cancer Society' night andted his: :sister.: Mr.-. it was anr.ounceii by Orange:.
P.C.. 1. Howes will use as that telephone rates will! be -
ordered! reduced Field A i my. announced here lat OraV.. Powell until Thursday Bowl officials.
his sermon subjects next Sunday service continues has been mach week that Florida's:: great forward: morning. Ed is a former assistant -- -

the following: Morning "The Will to three Florida strides in the last 15> months in : cashier of the Bank of Paho-
telephone cornpanics IN THE: rIKltIT COtKT. INM>
To'in", and at the evening hour by the Florida Railroad the field of cancer control have attracted kee. nut I'\1.\1: HEUII: Ct fMII \.
-- --- - --
"Being Used of God". The Senior and Public Utilities Commission.In to the State one of th-: OKIltXCII
\ ( tORY \n. :3.S31
choir under the direction of John amended orders serf to tne most important cancer conffienc--* ATLAS KETCHCM .

Dulany will sing at the morning Southern Bell the Fioiida Telephone I of the :year. Classified Ads -Plaint\,.- ;!'

service and the Youth choir under! Corporation and the Southeastern to-ether 1 DAVID KETCHUMIkfcndai

the direction of R O. Lampi for Telephor Cor.r':any.' tae -.t .
Mir in: TOrri IK
SEPTIC tanks and
1213141leaders: in the cancer grease traps
the Evening Service.The commission set hearings starting I TO DAVID KETCHUM. General Dluery. *-
fight from 12 southeastern andsouthwestern cleaned and repaired.Phone Chapman-'HieV Va :
Sunday School continues to 9
in which
September the public:
3ST2. Bob Douthit. Pahokee. M17c You are hereby requred to Jl?;+ear
show marked progress in the attendance stateo.They !n the above Court .':: the 6h dst it
present will see and hear at firs., October A D 1 47 at the Court Hr: :*e
with nords showing increases -
FOIL RENT South 1 Section 11
: :u W..t Palm Beach Palm: Bt"al'h1:1-
same Sundays last; !hand how Florida swept in a yeiv Florida to answer to the Bill "'
over companies will be required to d"- ,1251 acres'. at Sand Cut. Phone ty.
and half from a position (Complaint for Divorce filed againtyou :
year. It is expected to continueto fen their present rate. 5S4. Jlltf tn the Above entitled cause and

show marked increases! as ou- ,, Chairman Jerry W. Carter and those least active in combating th EVEKQLADES NEWS a uewvpaix-r rrgularly -

folks continue to return for thp'' Commissioner Wilbur C. Kingw a disease to a spot among the national FOIL KKXT OK SALE: South half ty. Florida.published 1. ht"rt"hhtnatPd in Pant Beach Coun a-

sea.-on. 'pen a series of telephone hearings leaders. The delegate.wi'l' of 10-43-37. About 1'2 miles east the newspaper" In which this Order

will observe plans that will be used In of Belle Glade-Pahokee Road .t shall be published once each week far
Tie: Men' Bible Class in St. Cloud September S. ;n map ? four ronotitlve wipeklv l<*ue<.

the anniversary: the founding response to complaints from 3.)i) their States in the next 12 months Runyan. This land i is! thorough-- I PONE AND ORDERED at We>t Palm

of the class the third Sunday \ residents about the telephone facilities in 'an effort to bring cancer under ditched, is in the east shore drainage 1]I P..ach'm thL- 25th day oT Beach Ausu.-t Coun A,,D.'. Florid-19-1;.

in September with a special program and service of the Florida I control. district and lays adjacent 10 I I J ALEX ARNETTE

at the morning class period. Telephone Corporation of Ocala. Some of the country's top cancer the main drainage canal. Will rent Clerk Palm of Beach the Circuit C unt\Court Florid

Luke Fraser class president will ---- fighters are scheduled to speak all or put at $15.00 per acre or Circuit Court Seal'! -

announce his committees next : during the four-day session. The sell at a reasonable price. Also\ By Stella M ThomenI Clerk

Sunday and it is expected that the I Salvatore HerronMr. include Dr. Charles Cameron of section 1 in the same townshipand I I ITHADD WHIDDEN DepuU

:\ and Mrs. Carmen Salvatore.
since it was organized or.'J Director of the American Canc--- recently been cleared at $10.00 pr: Pub Sept 5 12 19 and 26. 1947
Sr.. of Pahokee announce the engagement I
year ago.Last I. and approaching marriage Society: Dr. Alton Ochsner of no- acre. These two parcels are surrounded I, --- -- -

Sunday morning the Men's I ed Ochsner Clinic at New Orleans by sugar cane and vegetable -
of their daughtt'r.II L'l- ; ITIIF rilUTIT C Ot:KT OF TIIF.11111IETII
Class made their teacher and I Albert and Mrs. Harold V. Millisran.. National farming. Owner A. N. Ke'.- I : .1l1t1,1 \1. ('BAIT OK
cille Salvatore. to Roy
pastor happy when they presentedhim Commander of the Society's r.edv. Geneseo. New York or yovr IT.OKIIM \Nt FOR I'Xl.M:
Herron. Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. : m uii cot'\n.
with a nurse sufficient to purchase Sr. of Fort Field Airy of several hundredvolunteer broker. St. A 13ch fV.XTKIl ( II \\. ,no JJ.WI
Albert Hoy Herron. ,
an Addressograph. This workers.! ('ITOF PAHOKEE

Myers. -- -a -- | \ : : Long term mortgage Petitioner
machine will be used to faciliate \
Miss Salvatore is a graduate < f
twork of the church office in mailing David Bleech In j loans ten to twenty years on THE STATE OF FLORIDA
Pahokee School Class of .-
High well located farm or cattle ranch and otherHetx'Mdei. -
communications to the men1.txTship !- I \lttlt ORDER 10 IIUWI..F.
of the church and 1914 and since graduation has Insurance SchoolDavid land also business property. C. A.Bailev. I I i i TO THE STATE OF FI.ORIP.sn
been employed as secretary in the I Phone 70, Belle Glade. !Sfljh: THE SEVERAL PROPERTY OWNERS -

gation. office of John A. Dulany managerof -- - --- I I TAXPAYERS gJTJf.i1 Ri
-- -
- M. Bleech of the O. It.Bleerh. OTHERS HAVING :
the Pahokee State Farmers .\1'1.ISG of any kind. See me at i! ANY RIOHT. TITLE 1>R INTEREST

Picnic SupperFor Market.Mr. Insurance office in Paho- 01h.me on Bacom Point Road 1 IN PROPERTY TO BE AFFECT-
keo. is in Hartford. Conn.. attending -
Herron served in the Army I Frank Chaney. S2UcFOK I CITY OF
I \ r.EB:; IROl
Junior BoysThe for five years during the war with a special insurance course.This - -- ------ I THE F
course is of five weeks! SALE: International T-D1. 1o.FTEn10RE: PARTICt'I.ARI YI
three years of overseas duty in I I DESCRIBEn: OR TO AFFECTED
Junior boys of the First the European theatre. duration and is made up of lectures purchased. .\ .. 1945. $3 5S4. st. S5tfc state of Florida through the
class work and "clinics" under Pahokee Phone
Methodist Church school held a The wedding is scheduled to State Attorney of the Fifteenth Judti -
the guidance of home office clal Circuit of Mild State and the several -
picnic supper meeting at the city take place at the Pahokee First HEATEK for sale: Quaker ful "i property n..... taxpayer citizens
in all forms of insurance
park Friday evening and elected .i I Methodist Church on Friday: <:'t.i specialists oil heater in excellent condition. and others havinie: or clalmlnK any
I!i and bonding protection. Particular right: title or interest in property to
the officers for the ,
following coming 3. with Rev. Carson T. HowesI
used r\ .
!9..V and .
is laid the Cost $ > was only he affected bv the lv-uanre tth. Cityof
year: Calvin Padgett president ;I, officiating. emphasis upon few days last winter. Burns fu-l Pahokee. Florida of the Refunding:
I studs of recent developments Waterworks Bondhereinafter moreparticularly
: Phillip Dulany president -
oil. kerosene or mineral spirits. described or to be affected -
: Don Adams, secretary, and brought about by present condi- Paul Rardin atEverglades In any way tht'rpbart' hereby required -
Icemen Will :Meet In $39.50 cash. See
Hozelle j j I I tions. to appear" before the Circuit
Jimmy treasurer. ]
News. Also have in
Beach CountIn the
Court of Palm
Plans were made for a baseball |i Jackson vHleOct. 9-10 I Mr. Bleech was educated at Pa- electric heater which cost $13.95: Circuit Court Chambers in the Court

Ix-twren hokeo High School and, during tn > IIou at West Palm Beach. Florld. TOhe
game the junior boys o: i
i ''upright model to be sold forSS.95 fi.h date of o-rober 1S47 at 11 Ut)
the Methodist and Baptist j JACKSONVILLE: The 22aJi : ; war. served as a naval aviator tf ,clock A M andhow cause Whth"
Churches to tie held at the city I i i Annual Convention of the Florida aboard the U. S. S. Lexington in: I _cash. I prayers of the petition filed he In the
above proceedinu: should not graned -
diamond Ice Association will he held the Pacific theatre. He was returned SALE certified .
park this Friday afternoon rOK : State plant and the p..tundln.rwork.

at 4:30. Bill Hatton was Iseld | in Jacksonville. Thursday and to inactive status with the ing stock Easter Lily Bulbs, for Bonds. therein described and the praceedlne' < -
authort7lii the Issuance
as captain of the Methodist j( Friday. October 9th and 10th. fank of lieutenant, j. g. Mr. Bleecnis sizes; two to three 2c. three to fou- I thereof validated and confirmed said

boys team.Following : at the George Washington Hotel.A. a member of the Lions Club and 3c four to fi'tIe, five to six 7c. bond being dated March I. 1947. being -
in the aggregate: ; : principal amountof
the business outdoor S. Hall of Bradenton is Masonic Lodge 211.. L. A. McKinney.: Lake Placid. I US 000 in the denomination of

games were enjoyed. Peggy Lynn President: S. C. Ferlita. Tampa. a.I Fla. S26o I $1 000 bearlne Interest at 3 percent per
and maturln serially tn the
Shirley and Judith Lloyd Starling Vice-President: H. P. Kahler I Home Grocery I II. year 1974 to 1978. Inclusive. A more

assisted in the serving of the sup Miami. Treasurer, and ('olemajRogers "OK KENT: : Apartment. Partly! complete description of alit refun1liK -
Store i furnished $35.0O; nort bonds, Is contained In the petition
Open mo. I
per.ATTKXTIOX.. St. Petersburg Secre Today per e.. file he'elnI50NE
: I. of Canal Point. Phone 33S4.' Up AND ORDERED at West Palm
tary.R. i I Beach. Florida thN 9th day of Sep-
:MASOXS: I E. Cook Chairman and II Canal Point has another ne S WHITE' Jud, (..fthe
I C. McConnell CoChairmanf i grocery store opening officially to. I
I j Walter Ashley Garagein Bell! Circuit Court of IhFtfte -

Attention master masons: District th' Program Committee announce day about half a mil north of tn- Glade.! Phone 12;. Jllch! .nth Judicial Circuit

meeting at Boynton Beacn that among the nationally + bridge. It is owned and operated | of Florida In and. for
Palm Bench Co>int
Lodge Thursday September IStrc known speakers wh will at by L. L. Home, former operator of PAINTING: Let me give you an I No I Publish Sept 12 19. 211 Ot :3

MW: Grand Master masons of tend are J. Frank Ru- hton of I Royals store. I II 5tinate.: Satisfactory! w 0 r k. - -- -- -
iv THE: muriT ( oiKT or TIU:
Florida will be there request that Jacksonville. President and I Mr. Home announces his opt'I I You'll be I'.a..dht'n! your paint- j nniFNTii JI'lill'ItLIRi1IT or

a* many masons he present as!' pos Mount Haylor of Washington. D. ing: fir today and extends a cord .r.: is i:lone by John Candler. Pa tl.OKIIIl INM) t'UR1)1
nt.11 flit \iY
sible. A buffet supper will be held C. Secretary of the National Association i i ial invitation to all of his friends | hokee. Oct. 3pd II.'T | ( II\S. NO n.'!)!

Woman's club at 6:30: $1.50 per i 1 of Ice Industrie.- and former patrons to pay him a ('IT'OF PAHOKEE
Yellow Gold Elgin ladies I Petitioner
----- I I II :
plate, please make known YO'I( visit. He carries a full line of' Vs
wrist watch, between Roger
reservations!' to me not later than I Thomas D. Stewart prominent groceries, meats and vegetables in THE STATE OF FLORIDAand
I I Store and Pool room in Canal I other Respondents
Monday. noon September 15tn. Deland attorney and citrus grower the new building recently oomi I tiIDI |> IIKIIIK TO "...nw1',1'
Point. : ward. Jack Strayer.Pone .
Phone 3201 Pahokee. S. J. Ri I has been named president! i pleted erecting himself. His motto I' TO THE STATE OF FLORIDA A'D
gett. Secy. Everglades Lodge Nt>. I I the Volusia County Farm Burea I, "Satisfaction: or monev refund , i, TAXPAYERS CTlZr.Aon!

211F.&A.M. I it was announced this week (' I I ANY RIGHT T1T1 E OR INTEREST
I To the f.rst; 15 ladies entering I i I rooms one block from boa station : IN PROPtRT'TO BE AFFECTED -

the !'t.>r.. and making a purchase in Canal Point, men only. BY THE ISSUANCE BY THE
.. | amounting to $1.00. this moraine Mrs W. P Pope. Canal Point l ti' THE WATER REVFNTE BONDS

Mr. II .irnwill! ei\>- absolutely HEREINAFTER MORE PARTTCCi.I .-
: i I II I nUt S M.E Two bedroom house I j ARI.Y DES-RIBn i>H TO RE AP-,
[; free of charge a fines po-md sack : FFJTED IN *NY WAY THERmo;

Everglades of flour : on Ba', om Point r'.a.i. !5.O(..). The State "t f''lda: tI.rfuh the
I State Attorney .f'6 Fifteenth Jud -
-e. I terms ran be arranged. See Joy I .
clal Circuit ?f sairt e and the *\ -

I+ >lll> FIE'hs.: IIONOKKO: Hatton or call 331. S26ch 'I erai property owner raipaver citizen
: I' an-1 other haintcalmm: ar vright
House of Beauty Mrss! DV Cunningham/ enter- between Canal title! or !Interest in property TO
WANTED: A lot .
G ... CUT
t.T.r.f.I l Saturday morning from 10tr I be ffeted bv the r.e It: the
''I Point: and Pahokee! suitable for -f P.h'.kee F.-.rtda< ..! th. WaterReeni
> 12: with "cok .cial .
a ( party !V1 *-e--'-ftr more
: building: h-rr.r :should have
NOW () P EX' ..n"rlrg h. r m--ith -r. MrsV.. R I' p"rttc'a! rv described' 'r to b..11.et-
: small: h-Idng: on it for work shop. fl tn any way thereby are hereby Tf-
Krk* -f lt-..-kv Frd.> Ga whi Pahokeet i! 'i',red ;n appear before the Ctrri.it
S L Ltr.day.
1 :. -. *io-i5,- chest B )uq'Jpt.' of j ] court. of P..m Bearh County In the
t Ito :. ..- .:g r'.r"t..mh !" Itr. (""1"
Distinctive Permanent rirrr.srir'd.Is:: and ro*'a wee! i Hoe at 'GPa.m Peach Fuoda"is ; '-
Waving -- -- --- -- - -- -- -
: ,_-. i .- '. ".'. party: d.v "r itton Th' I NOTHt OFNrl 'II Ii l'(; H' 11ft. rla.r fr.r..r 144' at 11 ail.
1.\un\\"R.-- I tT HI' trilItRUNtl.f I oe"ek; : S 11 .n<1t.." r. se Why it.
Hair Styling h..:',''''' wa. assisted sr.: the ser-iny IMS1KM f.r.\.r' or 'he p ta:9n: fed! tn the

f r,fr-'ohn-.ents to .V ?rests by ?-0 -.,>-.> ';* Jie-e*'v K''en: *hat p""la nt I a'e pr+eeedl- ,h' ',ld not bIO grant.4 -

I toa... f :t., BjarJ 'f 5..prior' 'tEat and th" Wat.r Revenue. .
:Mrs Pirr--M'1 Er'kru: : \V. 11Ia .
B-..*-. rv.:..a.r. r>!'rr-r tn..n- ft.'nltthrrrr. le 'Thed! and thee
..1I-- ...n.r.* Paul Watson r.-a. rr.rev.r.g: rf the :r.riow.er ,'. EA., -.llnR. a !h-wIztn. [.. the. .. C-
Shampoo FingerVave Sl 1.'ti: ; SI.50 --e. I a.P-.::.&*e 1>:. f 'h. y_- -re--n. sa''dad: a .1 idC
tsar v v... he d ..t T-.f -.ff'-e "f .ad: ra. h.dated: .. "a.- : : reS231$5) -
ttP1.F.1A: : "' 1'll\T' 1 r'.-rr.-t .r the p...' onP ..'dins at r.1. [ :.. 'h .ell:1'.: .... .. :. .. ..f
Ca r.P ".1 Pa.m ..a't. C .r.'v F"-.r-: \ 'h. 'I--. T 1
TLI.H.F.f: State F 'r*>! t.ri II :a1a r. il r.ar c-.ptr:r.prn: 1MT at .
H .'.:.>v Coo .:!.'r aid thatr I 9 Of .r. *-k T. :?.* f'r t.- .n fry *** :: -1 h. a'- /448 : -:
Professional )Manicuring nt D J US 000 therr.1H .! r- r ,
.--.- pu ptrw . . . .
Flr Ja! "haveH ., '
: r.--spapr5 .. -'' .d.lip. es To'
1 T. -*:'.. a Suj> r\: >r fir 1>:- -t .f .
: .--i r f rht-v ", .!! men Ion? TMSOR :2 .- I IA'o. 5 r. '. < .- -p..
I ..,
PedicuringIMIOM 'r : ---S
I :2 Hi-*:::r.<< $r.r.-i$: re'rta and t:r.r 0 .
.. . .
rr.rr* :* fr re-wrspnnt pr' ,. '
: w-tb IA Y
taktrq 'etch srt t'i : re-peetlandotren .
'. .. C : !..-aiv: if a newsprint mill .. :t-... msT -i..sia-R'.Ft'F . W Im
d.emlr.. . t. 'r'p-
... ..* and 4
r- .hll1hf'd In Fonda Tri! 3 1Ta:wring "It"tI rotb4"r trJ.aea. t .. .

: tar: F >r..*'rv C..mmttM": of the Flori'ia a. mat I"OC'I b.fr'. the tn..tai !9 W-' -'w a'
BO4RD OP StTmVlSOR3: OFEAST a. Ctn-ult
I.\kt: IIHla' KI\K: (" 1\ \i. roivr
k"r".clatl.m is ulgtntI BFdCH DU.IWl.OE: i "!trrUJ 'it!

...., ... ,...:........ ..f "w r'ty "' r -# r'l-td. .. . -
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.- : .. :- ::.I.s !stale P.- -';.: :: :"- ; 1' .' -...; . ;1 .r J

Eight The Everglades XfW!. Canal Point, Florida Fr-.ty.i Septt .:1 ix r 1'.. 191;

1 :.1:. a::>1 Mrs: Bon WalKi. an.1son.
Pahokee's Grid
Tells Of 19-17 Prospects Blue Devils Get Youth-Recognition
Lynn of Canal Point will gc

To Be Worship Theme to Gainesville Saturday where

.. The Works On Lair i i Lynn '.\iH: eater the Vr.veiMtv .1;:

: .. . . Walkti
The rr.'rr.mg worship !;service >! : : :: > -i Mr and Mrs -

will! return home "n Surdav
l the Canal Point Methodist Church:
Field Pahokee ,
; .
on Sunday will be built around
a j i i
-.., _
youth-recognition theme as many i,
.., Coach Clyde Alley and his a-: of folk
our young plan to begin
.. sistant.are putting the Pahokee steady: work or college wor k. The ;
: Prince
ii ,. .; H.gh: School! ) Blue Devil football sermon will be based on the Golden : TheatrePahokee
squad through the "heat" on Lair
Rule, be::'r entitled "Making I
o'_ I. Field these late afternoons :n a Folks Treat Yoa Right." ,
:"v. .' J _. 1 ctrtermme! effort to have a reasonably -::i The evening service will begin Florida
':,..' '0'. "--- efficient team ready to I I at 7:30: rather than 8:00 hereafter !

.:', _. meet Clewiston on the home field I The sermon of the evening will bt- :

for the opener Thursday night. I': "But'hen You Pray . :. from Sun.-:lion.. Sept. 11-1.;

Sept. 25. the text in the Sermon on the
The two coaches, working with! :
Our services fe ntCataNri
4 I.Mount.I evening !- .
a smaller squad than they had la.tyerr. of iICTprS '
ture congregational singing requested -
tt are building a first string '

-.',' ..... eleven around Frank Gilli Frt>1 I An important hymns. meeting of th i :;,' GLENN. FORD:
; '
Taylor James Scott. J. B. 001-
church hoard and Sunday Scho 1 | t < '
.,: Lanie John Ogle James Barnes: board and teachers will be held m >II t:j 2 fRAiSEDIsla ;
and few other veteran holdovers .: '
a j
I Friday evening Sept. 12. at 7:30p. : ;. CIiIII Gr,IUrAl: w :
from lat A team. Alley! .
m. In this joint meeting of alltmstees. : >
( lost several good men through I I II
.f stewards organizationalpresidents.
,:... i graduation last;;; spring and becauseof ;:- Tues.-Wed. Sept KMT;
. v Sunday School off ice:s
a shortage of reserve o strengthwill
P\..: and teachers much importantwork i
have to work a miracle to
jt. will be planned. All memberswill
. produce a team that can equal latyear's I
; .. please be on time. LL1paERp'i1
'' record of only one defeat 1.1 tN IeES
: I The: first choir meeting of the rl U GECtttiE IUKAS
games. fall will be held at the church on BREN1
Bob of the Palm BeacnP
I Husky Thllr.-tldY. Sept. IS at 7:30 p. m.
I I < stTimesport. department and
Junior Fellowship for all "oy-
Heib Davi.press photo ra pht>*-,
. I and guN :ivll. will begin on Fr-
: vi itetl the Blue Devils at Lair
I day Sept. li at 3OO. New" handcraft -
Fiel l Tm'day'ning and took! :
f. I work will featured in th 41
venal photos of the: squad in action.
I Fall quarter.A .. _. ..._..h MMY. ..
delegation of member.of fi' ....... ..CHH h IOwa.. .a" ,.." ,.

I --9 :.1. Y. F. joined the Glades Sub

County Stockade District in a splendid supper a' Th urs-Fri.. :Sept. 1S-1!t
I the Lake harbor church last night -

. 2L. Ready For Operation Our Sunday School earned itse'i

I - a fine picnic outing recently bv

Blue D,>vil Head Coach Clyde Alley Ollt.'tandinganong the county holding its attendance at a reeord CHHUS II tHi1.

of 1'- Garrison r the taeultyn: properties reported on Monday: <.t during the summer. X V
Head Coach Clyde Alloy i- was on TOMMY )IM\n >\\KDORSET
:Mavson is the Sunday School superintendent -
hokee high school told the Lions Pahokee last year and lent valuable the i< mmi>sioners meeting wa- DORSKVBUIR
and A. R. Harrington
club Tuesday not t.i expect to > assistance to Alley. the nt.'on'kt stockade west of 1
much from this year's aggregation Coach Alley reported that i |i town, which County Engineer BrtVtlsaid is the teacher of the Men's Bibi.

of foot ball players. He toM! junior team will be developed! this will be ready for operationthis Class that sponsored the outing

the Rotarians the same drab story year to take places on the A string week. Our Sunday School Building is BIBULOUS DORSEY5'PAUL
I along in fine shape. Foundation
last Friday. Buts he told th. later. He also announced that a Commissioner Paul Uardin reported coming

same kind of a story a year ago: Junior league has been organize that inspection showed the work was under the direction WHITEMANWIUUM
of D. L. Hooks: cement work'tinder
when the Blue Devil youngsters ('omposl>& of teams in the county stockade camp in good shape, : lUNOICAN

started out. Anti they wound un and that six or eight league games clean and sanitary with every indication ,I the leadership of Joe Eden- : uus mcr ,r..

with a better than average record have been schduled. "w e shsould get a good l return field and Frank Wilson. The build- I iiriEt' : CIHN

for the season. Ko despite Alley's According to a ruling of tholeague on our money." He said abl*- : ing is being made possible by the rJ

"Gloomy Gus" predictions and allegations no team allowed to plav bodied prisoners would be worked 'labors of many of our laymen and

anent a foot ball team a team outside the league. In from there and the consensus I the donations of others for out- Saturday, Sept. 20

the average Blue Devil fan is of listing the improvements on the seemed! to be that conditions there side labor.County.

the opinion that this years aggregation I, football field he said the senior i should make it a more clesirabl- I DOUBLE FEATUREjQitiMiMtriHaMuM

will be on a par with thoseof I class of last spring donated a timeiclock site than the jail. Vet Will

the past few years.At I and that a score board was Delay is occasioned by waiting: .0' \ .
for the arrival of the work Visit Canal Point. I :
Lions meeting being installed. gray
Tuesday's I l i ...
Alley introduced another new assistant This spring the field! was filledin clothes to be worn by prisoners I ..c':'" ___

Halph Cress who will and resodded. a new lighting worked there, the engineer said. The county veterinarian will Ivy .

work with Assistant Coach X. L. system installed and additional It was reported that P. S. Barnes i j in Canal Point next Wednestla"'afternoon : .rk.--' }

Garrison in helping Alley to round bleachers erected. Alley said anew will be captain. John Holland Miles ; between 1:30 and 4 p. m 1"'r, : ,"
and Tidwell I to immunize against rabies .<\ r \ >
out a good foot ball team. Cress athletic council had been Wiley guards. I dogs v '. -' m.mnmmm*.-i 'f
came to Pahokee this term from formed with representatives from Commissioner Rardin also r*'- Dog owners in Pahokee brought -ALSO-

Bolles School in Jacksonville. all the civic clubs as members. ported improvements to the county : 41 dogs for immunization on .

I home had progressed well, and Wednesday of this week. The Can-

I on his motion a power lawn mower I al Point clinic will be held under

Dr. Victor Mulherff Earl) Chance Named was approved! for. use there. the tree opposite Harlan Seats {UWARJJ

Dental OfficeIn Head Youth Group -- Killing Station
Opens Billy Rawls has gone to High - 1J/U1JF8
i :
City Belle GladeDr. Springs to visit his mother. \trs. Mr. and Jack Phillips anti i

Karl Chance waelected president Manbelle Rawls before enrolling ;, children were guests of Mr and A REPUBLIC PICTURE

of the Senior Youth Fellowship a- a freshman at the University if: :Mrs Mote: Phillips in Naples the
Victor Mulberg. ana- j '
group at the Flr Methodist Florida. past wtek.
tive of Key West and a former
Church at a meeting Sunday fo.-
dental! practicioner in West Palm
lowing the evening service. Other
Reach before the war. has terminated --
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new officers are Joyce Fit Ids. vice [
his near six ;year service
president: Joy Padgett, secretary:
with the U. S. Navy" and has
Jt'an'i I,..'", treasurer: Patsy
moved to Belle Glade to make his
Creel and 'vangdl.r.l
wor-hip (
home and engage in his dentilpiactice.
chairman: Frank Rozrlle. Jr. re '
His father at one time
reation chairman: Laurie Rogerworld -, i Bass Battle Results
was engaged in business in Bel'-:
Glade. friendship chairman: Yvonne -

Freser. publicity chairman
Dr. Mulberg has opened hi.
Helen 1I,eveseditor of the crouip'newspaper -*
dental parlor and laboratory in the '

new Milton building. t on The MYF was in charge of th> STARTED APRIL M ENDED SEPT. 1
West Avenue A. Dr. and Mrs MuNrg !-
evning service at the church and!
will soon take up residencein
introduced Robert Bvrd of Fort
one ol the mw HookerJonelu -*
Lauderdale. ministerial student at
'nit"a in the northitmn! pf Belle

Glade.CranfordMcDowell.- . _ "The Duke Value I'nivers-.tv of TIme". who :Member poke on i 1st John Pickett Sr. 7 IBs. 4 oz.

the Belle Glade :\t Y Ian.1 loci! ,

: ( young: ptople who are prepanrc: t

}leave for .till"Ce! \\.'r.' SM.;:: ,*.- It
2nd Dr. D. S. 6 Ibs. 12
Mr H"-$ .h' S Cranford i>f Pihokrr lioth the eve::-r.: wr,> ir'! t- Spooner oz.

ar.noume.tr.e arl'rot'hlll,: sty LII ?: 'q w'!.:. h f !',"-,\-' !" *- I

marriagtof; her lbuhh'r.l1s.; : r.'r.tt'r'! ,1 1 \rpr! x.:' at' i\' I

Oro Faye Cranford. t.. i G'n.1.. 1.\0) \\. rp.i -* -t 3rd Milton Douglas 5 Ibs. 13
Dow.-11."son of T.1.. McDowell ofBjimbridge. - --- oz.BaconJones .

Ga. Ciri-le To :Meet At: t

The wedding will take plat e .u!'Ttho

Pahokee First; Methodic; Ll'n"orn l'11 Home

Church on Sisn.laX.t 12: it :

high mn'n. The bride will be give The G- rtr'. :e Sh.rl.: : \ i' r. '" HardwarePhone

in marrta by Julan E Hod.:,'s, First' MeTh.x'! WSCS. 'a:1:1 :'-

eel lahok Miss Audrey l'raL- duet its Sept.'n-.her n't'*."t \* T1--

toro will be hr sisters maid of home of Mr L v. \\'ot"1 ,- :M.':-:-

honorVanr F'r?t'nhtrT1 day at .> p n- Mr Uovd Ht..lley -

ty Mr MclXmell: best man .\ and :Mrs I. F. Hwr.-t:: *., w.II; :lt)71! fiF; Appliance?' PahokeePage

j-rccram of nuptial music will brprt. b* ctvhostesMrs: 1L P- r I

.entrd; by Robert O l-impi. will present the procrarn and M' .

: J C Thomas Jr. ctrl cM.rrrar.w.ll
Grit-an - - -
: preside' at *..e r j.:r:. c", '" - --