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:
October 17, 1947
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Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )


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

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Pahokee Parents I I I Pahokee To Have A Water Slight OK ; I Delray SeahawksOn i School Point Has At Canal Holiday I f: Mayo Knows Our

And Teachers Hold Taste Of Chlorine Blue Devil List :I --- Troubles: Here To
1 ie Canal Pmt school was

First Fall MeetThe Ki, JiertI.. Schroder, superintendent 1.:.' Dt-lray S'ahawks'iIl swoop ''failure'close this of the week water la system.caust' resulting of -t ; Help All He CanNathan

of the PahcKee hater
down l ":1 Lair Field tonight at from a break in the water mar-\
plantaid jesterday that K. Iuick. 8:1.1: in a determined effort to sur '' supplying the school b}' a drab Commissioner ofAgncultuie
Pahokee PairntTeacherAssociation < district state en Mays'
due Coach Clyde Alley's Pahoke- line building up defenses ngam;t of Ion
at the first meeting of of the State
Kinder for Southeastern Florida
Blue Devils. This will be of
game floodwaters at the Canal Point witn
the school year held Monday nightin uas \isitor in Pahokee Tuesday marks" da.! is thoroughly
interest it
as .,
countywide townsite. The children were nut -
school auditorium the Everglades t'cti'Its agri'ultnral
the high and mad.certain recommendations -
the !iquaringoff of two county
too happy about the situation. anddowns
D.V.. Cunningham possibilities, its I'ps
elected Mrs. in regard to the
elevens, each with two victories
however when they learned that.hl and al!
president to fill the vacancy left uater supply in Pahokee.The at hurricane-time
and defeats to its credit far
no time lost: now may have tobe
by the resignation of Mrs. A. D. state official) said that it has the things: that go to make up thisvast
this won
season. Delray deducted from their Christmas
Beverly. Ned Kocher, first vices was atrMtliitely neces president, presided at the meeting all water furnished by the ('it) hokee has successfully downed I hurricane waimngs up on

until the new president assumed of Pahkee.hould strong: Clewiston and Gesu of Miami. -e. Saturday aftt'mOfrom Ver e

her duties of office. chlorin.ontent when it enters The Blue Devils idle last week 6.\. ": KIVKI: .\ IY Beach around the Florida Keys to

All recommendations of the PTA the Iistrihution ..tern. S<", during when their scheduled game with I Fort Myers. who should drive into
executive board were approved a: the flood this, section from Tallahassee but;:
: the time that continue Miami Tech was cancelled because The Pahokee-Fort Pierce football -
the meeting. Mrs. Thomas Elliot it sill !I..> necessary thatPahckee the Orange Bowl playing field was game originally scheduled tobe the genial commissioner of agt-

was appointed room mother chairman (..itH1tt'r hay a under water, have been working played on Lair Field Halloween I culture. He and Mrs. Mayo weie

succeeding Mrs. C. A. Major slight taste-of Chlorine.It on defense and smoothing out night. Oct. 31. has been postponedone headed for the State Prison Faim
who resigned.Irs.. Mildred ,. to ha\e the pass .t Belle Glade "h..n'Ir.. May setup
i. better slight their running plays this wee'. I day by mutual agreement of
Schoeppel. welfare chairman, was (-hl< rine ta.te than to hate They will keep a sharp eye on both schools so that it will no; headquarters and rode out thestorm.

authorized to issue orders for th" water that i i- not up to par," on" James Butler. Seahawk half back conflict with the Halloween carnival .
serving of free lunches to underprivileged city official said. who is a fast broken field! runner for school children and will be No sooner had the wind stopped

children at the school - as well as an excellent passer. I played Saturday niJ"ht.o\'. 1. according blowing than Mr. Mayo and hn
cafeteria. D. P. Caudill. very able PrtsFarm Superintendent
Coach Clyde Alley expects' to to Principal
Mrs. Jess Elliott membership ( Walter Buzz Granger were
Jack Chastair Tit start James Scott at left end: I . '
chairman, announced the start ot : I rout and busy in an effort to plac
James Sims, left tackle; John T. I!
the annual PTA membership dr \'" I prison labor at strategic spot *
Pickett Jr.. left guard: Raymond '
and named as her assistant in the Erect New BuildingJack Caruthersi center: Bobby Bake. Pahokee P 0 To Get whore it was most needed. Sandbagging -
drive Mrs. Tillie Tbomas. Mrs. dikes hauling sand and
right guard: J. Woodham.. rig'.ittackle
Martha McIntosh Mrs. Virginia various and sundry other job
: Fred Taylor right end;
Cate, Mrs. Charlotte Walston. Mrs. Cbasta h, long time a successful Frank Gillis. quarterback; Joe New Sub .Station were done under the personal direction -
A. L. Vertommen and Mrs. Harold grocery merchant in Paho- of Mr. Mayo and 1.1'
Kent Carr. right half Julian Sny-
Rosenberg-. L. Garrison junior kee this week plans tttnger.-
e ., der. left half and John Ogle, full 1 office contract station to
high athletic coach urged all PTA for construction of a handsome jbe I A post On his trip to Belle Glade last
has not
back. The Delray lineup Section number
members to also join the Quarterback new business building on the site designated as Saturday Mr. Mayo stopped in
been announced. I October 16th. it
Club which was recently organized formerly owned by Mrs. Christine 1 will be opened Canal Point and cast an eye upon
Officials will include Mock. Pahokee. Ed Jensen. Pa-
for the purpose of promot- Cochran on the main downtown I was announced by the flood waters already surrounding
referee; Sims. West Palm ,' It will be located -
ing and supporting junior high street corner of Pahokee. Mr. hokee postmaster. the townsite. \Ve are not sure"
Beach umpire; Pinder West Palm Grocery on
school athletics. Chastain recently purchased the in the Snyder whether he has seen' the same
Beach, field judge, and Unwin. Pa the whit.-
The monthly attedance awards lot from B. F. Fears of Belle Glade Belle Glade road opposite beautiful suburb of homes under a
I hokee head linesman. and will be -
went to Mrs. Tommie Lee DuBose's who had purchased it from Mrs ... Migratory Camp operated sheet of 36 (inches of water. It wash
sixth grade room at th* Cochran several months ago. by Albert I... Snyder who has (' and Mr. Granger who were responsible -

elementary school and to the tenth Mr. Ctastain was asked when he Lions Attend To been appointed clerk in charge. for filling the sandbag.

grade" at the high school. It was planned to start construction of i This station will have practically that tithed off the townsite of

announced that room mothers and the new building and he said justas I :Many Items BusinessThe all facilities of an independent Canal Point from the incoming:

teachers of Pahokee and Cana: soon a-s the present tenants '! post office with the exception of .waters from the hinterland (Cre\\

Point schools would meet at the could find quarters elsewhere so I Pahokee Lions at their j i postal savings, which will contimi" I of negro convicts !Ial>red long: and!

auditorium Thursday afternoon to that the old building could be i Tuesday luncheon meeting voted ;: to be handled by the main office. hard at the county !sand pit tn fill
make final plans for the Halloween torn down. to separate the office of secretary-|station I Nurnlier 1 will have gencral I the bags.

carnival and party to be The new building will front 5O I treasurer, which has been held by !:I d.liw'rand will receive and I To people who live in the IikOkeecholiee -

given on Lair Field on the nighof *, feet on the main street and have a I one member in the past and elect ;! dispatch" all classes of mail. Facilities Region where hurricanes

Oct. 31 for the children of both depth of TO feet. It will be two : a treasurer, also an additional will include money order.*. i' and frosts flt*7..s anti

schools. Mrs. K. L. Pope. Mrs. stories high. There will be four member to the board of directors. 'J'C.O.D.s.i insured parcels registry droughts queer antics .,f nature

Cunningham and Mr. Kocher. in offices fronting on the main street Curtis Chase" A. J. Lively and M. j Viand the sale of i>ostal supplies m- generally: come and go.:: it t. hear-

brief talks, all urged the fullest and an apartment for the Cnastam I. I. Keen were named on a committee ;: eluding! postage" stamps stamped ening to see a state official a

cooperation of parents and teachers family on the second floor in th: > to nominate the two new olficers. i,envelopes, etc. member of the governor' cabinetin
in making this a banner yea: rear. 'I It is believed that the eta.- our mulct when disaster strike.

for the local PTA with emphasis 11e building will K of concrete JesM Elliott representing th? lishment of this station will toO' a His very presume makes us know

on a record-breaking membershipand block ci nstriu lion. Mr. Chastam newly organized Quarterback Club :;, great convenience to people living I that he is one of us is ir.terrMr-

outstanding achievements. ; aid. When asked how much th" which i is supporting junior high I in its vicinity, particularly thaw in our trials as well as our mirce.sses. .

Following the meeting a reception building was going to cost he replied athletics reported! the first junior I I'i ir.igh I h'mgIn the migratory camps", and Mr. Mayo was In Pahokeeand

for the teachers of Pahoke,, !. ty saving: "Too much.:' : football game on the home j jfieM ,' It is hoped that they will tak- I the Everglade on Day

schools was held by PTA in the netted $IZ' from admissions,; advantage of it. Thc*e wishing toreceive for the county-wiU w.t.'C.\W Hi*

\V .-an'< Club buil.utihica: \ ------ and an additional $30 from ( their mail at this Station I mission on that day was mw':h

; :Ij; *it...iuivJ with, } '"1110\" . 1 Colin English Visits sions. X. L. Garrison ,II should have it addressed to "Gen different than this week.So. .

c : lor ,Ke a"i i '"tifr.. junior huh athletics 'unCt'S'1 oral Delivery. Station N'n 1. P.iJvr.kee. ( to Nathan Mayo a ic,-nuin"i

r r.: .*-'!., *i t i "* rp- 'i Flood Area Of County that new equipment has Florida." i good r'.110an'l., an Affluent anti

a .>v 1 ly 1.1 ,:'if .<.:' '..jor-v -.: I I chased for the junior hich teams !I -. enanagr.u.ia; !' i.ft i. ial. way

a? ,.i.iluu-s tlinked by v. l'i,> :: ip I Stat- Sij! >eiintend' r.l ..f Pub!. and new uniforms will be obtain-.l.!.lss "Thanks for -Jmrst! '

er ;i crystal} holders 'ird i .t*. ,- !: I-strt -n Krsh.-h i-f Tallwas :!- : anon as the necessary funds a--; Hahy Blue I Devils : .- -

end was a large Un\l brimming I I a! ."rtI "- 1:1 tr.,' Lake OkeechnIfe available. : Punch
Hoard Tax
wtth \nge.t.'ulor",1 punch. Region on Monday of this wee,( Rupert I.>('k. swimming p<" Beat L. Worth fj I-U

Mrs. I>. IX Caud'.ll s.tng om.- taking a i int>k at :1urrl.'an.n.t project chairman reported l pr'- Levied In I'ahokee

o where a Voice is Calling" and! tT 0.1 damage. Supt. Knghsh .,. grtss nn the! constnutior flf t : 0', ,, Xl. ;aT.<-'ir.'s ping

"Mighty 1-Ik:1 ilose." accompanietl 'alirays I : a welrome:: visitor in th.section .< pool and said the Elks were .1!< h.h. r. r:. -. i : .. ; ..1,1! .;HY r" r-'Mij'- Th. Pih k.- ( ":" ', e'-, ,:.< .1 at .

at the pmno by IHht'rt O. I He has manv frien-. hating:: lumber reclaimed from :-.<: v.-r tr.-'ortt )von. regular m,-.-tr / T.!Sax .-:&.

Lanipi. Miss Joan 'Ltrtv "dnl'h'n : '1 i here who always' are glad to seer stanls being razed on their high tram 61 t.. n ..n Lair Ft-'.i i doptrd an orouiarHp 1 vying a tax

"\\ Ir h Eyes are Smlhn ." him. On Monday he vimted were t sr ".i". 1 is I.-e AS ncrte f.\l"t11c. T-jesday nijfht. T:-..- baby Bli ; n al! punch tt-..fiit uv-4 withiitfc. "

an-ninn.imed at the bv her' of the voted t.. -r-1! l lt. 1 DeviU '- r-,tv limit
piano -* .on farm'.nic ar"a ari"r 1 I The gru'lp t r.- wer- really hot netting17s
.stater Mrs. I). vid M Ill. .-. ::. Mrs "i' "... Lt (.* :n an effort r> fund <.,;. t; .f onfrrat-ilatxr.-, ->, th: r.- ' vault! nshiRg to thr \i-q'i. A new' Ford \"-" >. JO.

Bleech: and Mr. Ijimpi pia>v | ihat.ild: fv ,! r.f :r 'irdt-r t. : G1.1 i11 ra.!... --tact: r.. LVSit'a' ."' srr rirsr 2W. rx.srV: in r.r f r -i .! ; .tI1"! <: t' r. . !ij. .

pIano su'e' tu>ns during t'!.t' reception ; I'"*p ...':0"-..l.; -in !" par :in thus: sot. I g. ::1.. .:lo'. rte ::I..a1 tit.! o'.i'.t . q. I? :" 2: f; 'n .h.. .rt.-r.d 12 .;: t'. ,- .u:'r..t *a- ; ' tr

U. :': thnients of pi.n"-3.cookies I .' n a:. : .f th-:-." ... .1." nvt.-.r '. . ::-.' :..J ';>i' . of : t-ih tt.,.: i .ir.ii t> .r. t-. t'irth .-.: I J. .rK : .
t--l r. .:s were served to i -t3t.- ,t.t.utnt':1t .- :Udi> to he .' : ,,: ,,--: !: i bv !'. ..1.x.. t.; .. :r. rs i 'r-- i. tls'r' .' -. .. t..,! .l ; :

150 persH-n.-t tMrs.. T. S. K rk.Mr the situation. Mr F.:.g.s.! :. spent I Mr.- H r s. T'n-A.n 'rtt.'rt.un. I : i.1'.r.mK:: full bai k ran f' ar ..{ th- ; T I',. Io..p . ,.

C. T i : ..- :' Ir'J.\ !.*:t' rgr.t: :in Relic Glade: and o.rUnueM t ust we. :k ,th .* rarty at n* . ..wn4V:; M.zetl :2 S.'! . .r aaa,. t..roJt. t t.'

Lively and Mis i: G. Johnson. sis trip t.) the f.:..o i
h.tH'H'o-' arc'ir.J IIaleah. as seventh tr.rtr.o1ay aaniyersar'Ddcorations :jl. and ilwks 1 I.l' : < ; .' -.. a.. e r

-.-- --e. ar.-i favors were aufcf kicked! the four v\-i : J' .... ; rr.I ,

Mrs. Albert SryUt-r .r.tettain Harry M. Mclntoeh return\'t' .. Ilaii(,ween. Mr*. R.llardawav hokee i( put *p an t ". -. .. .. . ; Is.: .

at her hoe Sun fro Jack- and Mi Ruth Corhrar the ': '. . .
h..unt'n.hy afternoon iay ("vt'!::uz m against: baby -

with a taffy pull and party honor *--Tt\-ill where fee spent a few ;day assisted the hr>-,,,.. in t.k.- Herring I attack. interreptin:; _L_ :_ -: .t. r'p
IT g her da'ichTt" Ca' "' 'n bs *>rSg .r t. !", .... ; _.. :03 ". c ', ; .", T- r'LC- '! 'r t. f' f !oJ.C -. '. :" ..

Two The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday. October 17. 1947

reaches and pear: were blown off Sam Blazer of Noatee :.Li5 n
THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY I the trees in this state. business; visitor in the Glades are 1-
"Canadian apple imports this on \ Wednesdav of this week.I .
the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region
season are expected to total abut:
Established 1924 Published E"enFriday tWv million bushels compared wit i
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Ad"ance' about one million last year. A-:
(By Russell Kay) ready a number: of car? of Bnti1,
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn Columbia McIntosh apple have

Canal Point. Florida as Second Class Matter Florida truck farmers who have come into New York market whenth
fros: y found a good recepti'in. Wit .
taken it on the chin through
Paul Itardin Owner, Editor, Publisher lat Februarand floods this Fall a relatively short apple ..ti"p in
in financial this country i is unlikelthat importation -
Bugs In School Law and straights find as themselves a result may take ; of Canadian apples will

There i io; growing dissatisfaction: with the new state school some satisfaction from the fact bring down prices to any extent I I
law, which introdues a eat many rather radical changesfor that Florida has by no means been Ramsey who business i" fresh
which the ..choclo; are none too well prepared. The lone as a sufferer in this respect. fruit and vegetable containers, operates -
('hancesre that by the time the 1949 session of the legi- Floods, drought and winds have on a nation wide basis; and
thi'nation's he is in close to uch with the 'i-
slature rolls around there will he almost as much pressureon taken a heavy toll throughout uation throughout the growing
this :
area pas
revise the law there to enactit
the legislators to a; was areas.
I have just been reviewingthe I
without any amendments, just as it had been dreamedup October 8 issue of Vernon K.iamsey's Reports coming in From Williai.i
by the brain trust in Tallahassee. So, far the public has f News Letter which each L. Wilson, director of Florid i. j Concrete Roads
heard only a little of the defects in this "must legislation. week reviews the situation in th? State Markets from Monte Graw. I

but as time goes On, we predict there will be a chorus of disapproval fresh fruit and vegetable industry.The secretary of the Florida Vegetable I Save You MoneyIt
that will resound through the legislative halls and bulletin states: "Heavy Committee John Ford of the Florida I I

be heard even in the sacred precincts of the state depart- rains and windstorms hit wid Farm Bureau and others who* makes a difference to
have their you
fingers on the pulse o
of the nation last week"aQ'-
ment of 3tlucation. areas I what kind of
the industry in this state, indicate pavements you
The new law is full of bugs. There are half a dozen places ing effects vegetable crops. In thaat despite severe setback and I get because it's jour gas tax
where sections are to be enforced according to the rules and northern areas the heavy rains losses. Florida vegetable money that pays for roads.

regulations which have not yet been promulgated. It is typical were followed and by a light quick frosts drop in in replanting as rapidly as growersare reced- You pay less per year for

brain trust legislation, and probably we can worry along some temperature areas, indicating that the ing waters and soil conditions per- safe durable, lung-lasting
with it until the meets and corrections mit. in Portland cement concrete
legislature again are northern season for tender vegetables Crops many areas o
made in the plan handed down from the high command. But is nearing its close. course will be late and this will pavements.

mark our words, after two years' experience, there will be "New York State snap bean::, heighten the danger from earl" ;
no pressure group on hand demanding that the sacred writ- cucumbers and tomatoes suffered frost but we can keep our fingers Ask your
ing be ieft untouched. The school men themselves, at the losses, and supplies of beans and crossed and do our best this Fall
cucumbers will be materially and hope for a killing next Spring. public officials/ / for
lower levels, and not in Tallahassee, will be demanding that -- .
the law 'l.Ie made workable or eliminated.-Winter Haven shortened. :Michigan also reports John
Herald. minor losses which should meatthat Bennett Cruthird. small CONCRETE ROADS
Florida truckers who were son of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Cruthirdwas
successful in coming through with- able to return home Tuesday
Wonders Never CeaseRub I out loss, and there were a few will from the Everglades Memorial PORTLAND CEMENTASSOCIATION

yoitr: eyes readers; read it and then join the chorus !find a good market. Hospital where he was very ill
entitled "Will wonders never cease?" I "Hardy vegetables benefite-t with double pneumonia over the

We rjbbod ours too, upon encountering this, attributed 'from the weather change. Therevere weekend. I 401 Nut tvadlnf, A.....,. 9,, ........

to Senator Pepper in a speech at Tampa: "I hate commun- heavy areas downpours not enough of rain to flooi overlarge -

irm. I thnk it is a disgusting philosophy. Communists believe but sufficient to replace soil mois-
th .y will succeed only when capitalism fails which is
.ure. Crops such as cabbage. cauliflower !- ARE YOUR
the reason we must keep capitalism strong." broccoli celery spinac'. MANNERSPART"
What has happened to Claude? So short a time ago he- and root crops should improve as a
was palling around with the Commies; a bosom buddy of result in a better market for Flori- LINE
the far-Ieftwing, and preaching from their pulpit. da than last season when New

Sh-h-h, the wind has changed ; and wonders won't ceaseso York cabbage was available unti! SHOWING ?
long as the draft blows upon his nostrils the sweet scent early April. Q
of vice presidential nomination. A leopard changing his "There was apparently no damagt -
the colder weather
to celery and -
spots would have a cinch, compared with any genuine should be helpful. New York
change for this political chameleon.
Nashville .
State i is now at the peak of its
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celery movement with shipmentsn
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hurt anl Miss Mary Tanner of Bristol. volume and stock beginning t-i

children, Joan former residents 'I\\"f'5t'a.., who has been the hour.! move into .storage. Utah continues -
here now living in Leesburg. Fla., guest here of her brotherinlawand a heave Shipper of celery and
will arrive this coming week for a sister, Mr. and Mrs.' Paul Riddle -' has the largest crop ever recorded wxcx
Visit with Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Williams has accepted a position on the from that area."California .. M; Ct
and other relatives in Paho- nurses' staff at the hospital in has prospects for a e w fw
kee. Stuart.I big crop of celery but shipment
so far have been light. Their
major shipments will not get underway -
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h -- until October 15th but
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-I- : should continue through the win- '

ter. The acreage of winter celery I
in Tulare County. California has:
I been increased and this ('elerca"1
i ROLLROOFING be expected to compete with'Florida __ .;

i season.during the early part fo th.' )1 'c 'M ,.t z

"There was a sharp increase in
cucumber prices last week. The
Fall acreage in Louisiana and
i Georgia is very limited and with GIVE OTHERS A CHANCE'
i New York going out fast prospects
are that there will be quitea A "Time Out" between tolls gives }
shortage of cucumbers before others a chance to use the line.
replantings of Florida stock are
i ready. Supplies of pepper and
eggplant are holding up very well.
I and peppers may last until Floridais "

: Ii i 90 Ib. Slate "Tomato ready to ship.prices are up. California -
has a good crop and will
i probably be able to supply the demand IS. C4LLS
for six weeks. Texas has a d ores b
LIGHT & DARK GREEN large acreage of Fall tomatoes Your Party tter, .Jenice 'Or
that will follow California. so the line nei g h :"ou ,
RED shortage wIll not become as acuteas .
1, with cucumbers snap bean ani _' ...

I: eggplants."\\'mdltorm in northern IIt'\t..J (

$3.85Felt did a lot of damage to fruit in
Mifhifran and other stat.. although GENjIYH
Michigan was hardest;: hi* UP
r ar ''Inj 1M()t....) hlllr'L! "t applesCHIROPRACTOR ANG the 'de'o w
s bu''f' c0nOently\
I Wen he td3 is Hong up

Roofing thing to

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TCT.5m t-as ir.4 HT
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PRICED RIGHTShirley DR. U S. JONES I V/hen onotKer porty on the line
I : hos on please
Su l0-4: Cnrr.f u B.: : -,..- "l1c.I? -wt P&'tn B-.rh r.. I release t!'e line quickly' .
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October 17, 1947 The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Page" Thre

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Members Has \BO\RD DEPORT wwwww I Judges in the "Little Miss Flor- : ficially crowned at the Florida

Cinematic ChatterBy ide" contest inspected photographsof ; Citrus Exposition Winter Haven

Benefit Bridge Party NEW YORK-A "Citation of Florida youngsters to select' (, next Februarv.Mr .
Malcolm Millar .
Excellence" for its 1946 report t, lovely Carol Ann Conlon of Miami -

Cypress Lodge was the scene of stockholders, security holders an 3 for the coveted title. The Content; and Mrs T. W Knight have

employees was awarded the Sea- much was conducted by Parents Magazine las a guest this week her sister
a benefit: bridge party given by You don't know how a
Busi- board Airline Railway at a banquet and the Florida Citrus Com- :i Miss Lucille Simmons of Bell
of the Everglades in
members woman can hate a man she is
ProfE'ssionalVoman'9 in the Grand Ballroom of the mission. The little lady will be of- I Glade.
neWs and love with until you see that love
of last Pennsylvania Hotel here October
Club on Thursday night displayed bv Barbara Stanwwk
observance ; 10, it was announced by the business --
final club event in -
week as the in. to my ludpement. one of tr-**
of Financial World,
BusinessWoman's manager
of I most beautiful. actionated Western
a weekly publication dealing wit.
to our screen'
pictures grace
I business and investments.
The Halloween motif was usedin this vear That picture is "Cali-
As a strong contender for the
decorating the foyer of the fornia". and Ray Milland is the
I"Oscar of Industry" trophy in the
lodge and in the refreshments male star that, causes all of this
Financial World annual report surveys -
Score prizes were won by Mrs. hatred from Barbara.
the Seaboard placed third in
G Lawton Sims. lrs.V.. H. May The picture has a macnificient
annual reports of the railroad industry -
Mrs. Johnny David. Miss Doru with the Chesapeake and cast of players. chief among them

Sasser and Mrs. :Marvel Griffith. Ohio and Pennsylvania "winning hf'ineBarry Fitzgerald George

Several door prizes were also Coulouris. Albert Dekker, Anthony -
first and second places respectively. -
awarded to the guests.Arrangements Quinn. Frank Faylen . .

for the affair . The e are but a few of the excellent -

were under the direction of Mrs. players to be seen in this

Doris Carter. Mrs. Don Pinson and Dolorez WilliamsHas ricture

Miss Eleanor Chastain presided at A Dance Party This great story of a woman

the punchbowl while Mrs Anderson scandalous enough to be run out of

Chastam and Mrs Violet Ha1! town . Fiery enough to shoot
Mts. H. T. Williams entertainedat
to 60
H"r\'ed cake and coffee I the man who tried to tame her
trie woman's; clubhouse Saturday -
guests. I. . Woman enough to choose love
its (evening with a dance party
The club wishes express
I when she could have been Empress -
firms of honoring her daughter. Dolorez
thanks to the
of a fabulous new empire is
The Halloween motif was used in
Point that donated -
Pahokee and Canal the most daring tale of the Ca'i
clubhouse decorations and musi"was
prizes for the benefit party. fornia gold rush to be screened ira
furnished by the HarlemSwingmasters
- of Belle Glade. Th long time.

hostess was assisted in the serving Let me urge you to mark this
The country's* dog population is!' of refreshments of punch, down in your date book and not to

approximately 17.700.000. accord- cookies and nuts by Mis \\". H. miss it.Theres.

ing to a survey just completed by Mav. Mrs T. S. Kirk. Mrs C T. a double feature on f-)-

the American Can Company to determine :- Jackson adIrs.. P.M. Cate. Jr. TUt'sdaY-\\"t'dnesday, with "Secret-,

the post war market for Guests were Patsy Elliott Linda of a Sontj Girl first one up.ZVell .

canned dog foodPrince O>wa:t. Ada T.llrran Rita Fay . one thing I have known

and Anna Lee Hurt. JedS Chas- ever since my school days . ptatLINDSLEY

ta:n, Joyce Lovell. Glon Stewart Sonty gals to have secrets . an 1

Dcnna: Jo Spooner. Bt.g.tta"ad.... How! This picture combines a'Iof

Leona Ganiot. Louise Hattnn.Mjra the elements of a good show.

:: Cruthirds. Joan Ro>-<'nberg.Mra I I with romance.action and adventure -

TheatrePahokee Baxter. Mary Ann Howe. .

.lame Hamilton. Patsy Mior.. I Second! one up is "Backlash"

Joann Platt W\nell Gillis Bonell-, with Jean Rogers and Larry Blake

DaBarbara: Nipper Franklin in the starring roles and a fm

Florida Howell Louis Collins. Steve an'1 supporting cast of players all of

Bill Kirk Payne Jackson. Jack whom do excellent' work in niak,

Thoma, Ronny Ma\ Chandler Mc- ing this show a thnllster that will
:\ October 19-"0
Suns- on.. Illwam .Bobby Schro
Charles and Skipper Mc- . and your hair! ALL 9 YARDS

Curdv.. Dicky Atkin.>. Porte Johnson The laugh show of the week

u vMIllAMO Jack Buland. Bobby Mackey, will bo "Ladies Man" wit'i Eddie

George Rczelle. Ton Lively Bracken' Cass Daley. Virginia Lindsley's Roofing Products Are Still Priced

Frank Rozenberg. Jack Major, Belles and Spike Jones starred

S2-Q **(/ HcNiCOl.OKJ Earl Chance Leland Shirley Dan and featured in the fine cast. at Their Regularly Low Prices

i jg&kt STANWYCK ny Hitchcock and Sidney Caruth- As a lover Eddies a laugh. The Regardless of ScarcityPRICES

crs show is a fortune in fun . A mi:-

--- lion dollars worth of music, girls

Tue-Wed. October 21-22 ANOThER ('.'smn.T} and love. You'll enjoy every moment SLIGHTLY HIGHER IN KEY WEST
of it. of that I'm sure.

MIAMI Bernarr MacFadden. Saturday has a double feature

79, physical culture king maga- with the Western portion of th" 90 lb. Slate Surfaced 8 5

zine publisher and resort hotel how taken up with Rough Riding 3

owner is reported considering entering Justice' which stars Charles Star- ROOFING RED GREEN OR

the race for Go\ernor Mac- rett and is really an actionatrd

ll Fadden ran for the United states picture.A PER ROLL. 108 59- FT.

Senate and finished third against riot of fun is promised 1 in th"

Rot Aktl Y Andrews-Carter-Cone but amazed second show up "Blondie Knows

Florida! politicos by the splend.d Best", which stars Penny Single Smooth Surfaced

-ALSO- vote he d.d poll Andrews received ton. Arthur Lake and Larry I 45 lb. 5 0

17 S.OOO \"otes. Carter *>0OOO. .- I Siiim. has a grit Mipportin'; ROOFING FELT 2

'lacFad.t'n! *;t .O"kl and Coo (1'a.:4: and a story that really gives I

33.0011. out with the Hughs I PER ROLL. 108 SQ. FT.

s rfwASH 1 clr flciatco f --- -- -I See you at the mo\ie.s. Mil i
? 1 I
xCIIOOl, IRtslfFs HICTIONPiirMiart ,
to the Jawr* t>f the Stateof FLORIDA I Roof
1 Florida nctlre i, herein cHen: that 1 TESTED Coating
rn ,'!ect: >n:1, :1 r>e ht>!d''n the 4'h Tangerine Queen 5 7 C
day I\t '.t'emNr. W7 for rite p'lrp<'-" j IN 5-GALLON CANS80c
f :u.tnue three f-u-te for i-p<1<'ialTix Will Be Chosen
S 'h..I I D:..t-rf No 1 n Pam: IN GAL. CANS PER GAL
IVai'h Cn Fl.TUla. for the ensuing '
.a. .irv and ti'- the ruTOM1 of des \\'IX'lII HAVKN The four}-i
TTII i 1:10; the TI:Ila!'e to tx l 1\'It'd for
"'i.. "r. rattan of ,('hoo1.thin said I annual Moridi Tangerine Queen
(i- .' ...... and whether jiK'i them 'hai: t'..nt'-t. elf" ::..."..J by the Wint.- Roof Plastic Cement
K .. -p.o.-aI) two mill ie\"v in thr a'd (
Oi ict fr-r the purpo* of rreat'ng! a lIa":1 .I:i:i.or "hambor of Coni 711 C
:, ... ... t'.:.d Sir vu.ldlnjt" and 'tter i'.-r< .' ti> >..'lei't a beautiful gir! IN 50-POUND CANS 2
: placer are hereby d"'.enat 1't-| .) wIll t... iise.l in the jrenerMpn FLORIDA
'I htlrx -Fri.| OctoliiT 2:1-21 t 1 ae ill! "v. : LB.
:1. .' .ptter Town !la:1 i PrectnctSo tonal prom,.ti"n of F'lorida'- I TESTED'

li I \iiiable! will b-.
..k" Pnrlt (":tv Roll iPtnot : tangerine crop
N.- 2' held at Cypress, Garden- "n Su 1- Also in 1-lb. cans. 35c can
."> It::ten CommutiltIIa -PreTt -
ida| \'. November 16 at 2 SO p. nit .
'" No 31 i 2'/2.b.| cans. 55c can 10-Ib. cans 1.13 can
-. NT*''- -o Fore tatl"n .rr-- was ann unc 'd this week h'.
{ :.rt" ('< 4 B and the white I
president Tom \Valkr Jr
'aora of No 7'W '
-t Palm Iteaoh Colored: In- I In"tatons; art bring extent .
,:.:-t;:a; UlRh. nltortx7iir btht, Winter lawn Jt"n't's: t Soft Texaco Asphalt 50
:-ec:nrt. Vo 7; and 8 e!t-
..1-rm whitr'ton" : all iivi" .dub: veterans nnl bun <:-
i "T-al Borough Fire Stat'onemmets . WILL NOT CRACK OR RUN ,
:-aturc! I Oduht'r 2.i "- %o. 9 H and Butte 's t>rganizat.i/ In F'! r..I'\

..t. n cfo 8 &!'"' %.' 31' I' -p<.n.".'>r ( ..nt.'stants. in ths: >tats PER 100-LB. SACK -- *
ith*>orr Fre S'a !irn PreNo w iii e. beauty i'(>ntst. VXaltit.d >\> I
!)Ol'BI.E: FE\TllU: 11,-. 15 18 and 32-33 .
Pin: B.rh FlSt *H'n ,Pr-- I Th. rttt I. open to.a ROOF MOPS. ROOF BRUSHES AT USUAL LOW PRICES
.rnrt 5'' 191 >inl'' gills; :r: Florida ts-t'S. ,'n t'.tp'
"Rough Ridh' .ikWr -h T.wn Hall 'Pelu . .
16 :
t tr i 21. uhi P. .ss.beattv. t.
> Ia... Hall P-<- ; : p, i 1"". and ft.rii al.t\ QUALITY BUILDING MATERIALS AT LINDSLEY'S
i <(f: ; : .
: r
r. T! .nr.'r": this year'r.t.. '
Just J 11'1\ '11 p : H Pre- t. : It Mil"I Illlttfft Lowest Prices ....,....j itLiiidslcy
will! r'.eiv.rational!
12' DrYar \trsd. B :"d'nc Pfrt. publu.. : y I..t;::.I:C".I tarjesJ Stocks i T tnl.a.I:;:.':
Ct 1 tf
b. !
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-\I.>0I : XoHi 30' which will text 1.r.' h. r
Cars: Poirt CareP ;i.drPrecinct :[ ,
No 35' t1-:.. lit ;adv tit H.rii .* *:T. .
-- Pahrke Town Ha:1 Prertnnsir ..
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I .. .;. ;. 17 svh Bar Town Ha:. Prer mini iktu ', 1i :::- Nx.. .-.ce. Aj{,'ntv in New York a >!'*' .'. mm) Ctrl... _M -iitis I 't 5'.. rift ,&.:11,1 ill" . 'in "".
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BT JOHN I LTOVtRD: ;it r.d sweater and a .np;
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Page Four The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday October 17. 1917

Trailer Dealers To t< -"t new attendance marks dt.--j! :\lcDo.ellCranford Presbyterians In I;i j Pre idt'ntIrs.: E. H. Browmrj:.
ins: its tightdarun j I ,Secretary and Historian: Mrs. C.
Meet Nov. 29thXIAMI The Miami !"hoin addition to'iiiukmi 'I Ine marriage of Miss Ora Fare Organization MeetLast D. McClure.: Treasurer; MrI. L.

: tie! unveiling of 19 b Cranford daughter of Mrs Bessie i I ,Price. Jr. Secretary Spiritual Lue
The house trailer or I:nodt'' trult'fl..id1t's. of nean. S. Cinford of Pahoke" and GeiMcDwell .' Tuedathe organizational : & Evangelism: ,-. \\'. F. Kmsrht
tiailoi'oach will reign in all i its every known make will ttatujhibits ,' !'on of T.1.. :\Irowdlof !! I meeting of the Woman* Auxiliary: ;Secretary: Ih'nwlisshm-: Mr- D.
postwar, finery Noxemlxr -'I t.. t'\ 'Jf small Ixtats sporting I Climax. Ga., was solemnized at f the Everglades Pre!'bvten? Harry Smith Se..retarForeig i
Den'iiber 6 when the Miami chapter mit and .urplim i :t double ring ceremony heM at tie Church at Belle Glade was held! at :\lii'!',onsIrs.: T.m1'at'n.. Jr.
Florida Trailercoith IV-aler.5 \.ldtd! attractions will be trstatin e I Pihokee First Baptist Churl I the home of MrI. L. Price Jr. Atovtied Secretary Christian Education ant

Association stages the second! annual ; ,: of a "t'mty contest and a undav, Oct. 12 at high): noon following v.i-h; luncheon was served Mim-tenal Relief; MrKarl
Miami 1iaileu-":uh an.l m;:htU .lispliof fireworks Con te morning service Th.' Assisting in the organization. we 'Campbell.. Secretary Rtliciou* E.I .!-
plrt'nwn' Show at Miain lTrall- I testin traiKr lurking and other vows were read by the pastor Rev :Mis Ryan L. MrsJohn I. I uC3th'nIrs.: Ethel Farr Secrtarv -'-
*r City. I.v" 'nts will 110 urn off dailv. Cars..n T Howe" a: the couple Leonard -Irs. Robert Carltn and : Literature: : \Irs. R II. Oiri"-
\\ith upwards of ">Ot>OO li MU.son ul.itoaihts at the show, will stood before the altar which w.ii'ecorated :'lr-. Henry Bor y of the: \\'o-i:i" "' :!son Secretary: Christian:: SociU

wheelepe 'ted! to jim FloMa's :- '! U played: in outdoor spaces wit i with white gladioli. Auxiliary of the Memorial Presbyterian : Secretaryf'
1.OOO trailer parks th,> l.taft'lrows of royal palm trees IH.mpom chr\-antemum:. red ro-v'; Church in West Pal-.i !I ;
viinttr the 1947 show is expectedUNKLE i ipioxunnj 1 ; a tropical bicKdrop Inhibits and tern He was assisted bv Rev Beach Bes-ent; Secretary of Synod3 .,-
!d+*>r .'\ will be arranged in a Joe A. Tolle, former pastor of tn* The following officrwe; :7I s-bvteiial Home Mi";;ionanJ
i i cnunh Bradenton.Robert t'IectedI1's.: Bn Bobinson. Prts.- Mr?. Robert R. Roidman Pastors
huge ttnt now living in
I dt'ntlr: Roy \-\ndt'rglft"i..'.' Aid
HANK: SEZ. The main entrance to Trailer O Lampi vocal soloistsarg
City at Biscayne Boulevard and I 'I Love You Trulv" and "B.'- I I

1"HERE is ONLY A HAIRLINE 135th; Street will be opened at 2:00p. cau-e" accompanied at the piano -- -,
I MARGIN 2E TEEN in during the show and remain bv Mrs H. C. Graham. Mrs Gra-
open until 11:00 p. m. ham also played "The Rosary" and
SUCCESS AND --- -e. 'Love Greeting" as well as th--
traditional wedding marchesGiven .
Dr. Blackburn Is
in marriage by her unci '. PumpsAny
Visitor In PahokeeDr. Julian E. Hodges, the bride wa-
lovely in a white wool flannel two-

\\'. H. Blackburn, superintendent piece suit with matching accessories -
of the Methodist Miami and a white half hat with

District, conducted the first quarterly circular sweep: shoulder-lengt
type size or capacity to meet
conference at the First Methodist veil Her corsage was of orchids
Church and !she carried a white prayer
en Thursday E'veninJ"of requirements.
last week. book showered with satin ribbons your

Dr. Blackburn announced that Miss Audrey Cranford, sister of
the bride and maid of honor, wore
the building of church schools will
be stressed in the Crusade for a green wool flannel two piece su.t Efficiency GuaranteedWe
the with white accessories and a corsage -
Christ movement during com ,
of Pink rosebuds The bride';
ing year. He also said that all
But there's a big difference in churches in the district were in mother wore a light blue: street-
automobile service If you'-. good condition despite the storm length dress with white accessories -
Inc cf those motorists who heed and flood disasters that have beset : and a corsage of pink rOSo.-1
the need of regular check-up, buds
this at the
I area. Reports given
from stem to stern, regular lub- \ .
Wavne Fortenberrv was MrMcDowells
IIwt'tingreveal..l that every d"- also manufacture Gear heads
rication, gas noted for its clean ,
best Eddie Stanley
man. -
. then the piitment of the local church i*
burning properties
LAKE SHORE MOTOR COMPANY I making progress. ushers and Earl Chance acted as Hydraulic Mole Drains and do
is the place for you. Named to represent the church
Just drive in, antimee w->!- at the district conference in Miami Following the ceremony a recepj j
tion was held at the CranforJ Complete Farm Repairs.
conic )'ou. Dec 10 were Mrs T. L. Burn .
and Mrs L.V. Armstrong delegates ,home with relatives: and do-1 I
; Mrss C. T. Howes and Mrs ; friends invited gue:!'ts.
H J. Schroder alternate : Mrs McDowell is a graduate o' .r..wwww
LAKE SHORE -.- I PaIn k.'t> High School and atttn.J I
i Mr and Mrs Talton Joyce> or :td the University of Miami where

MOTOR CO. -..... Fort Mvers spent the weekend ; she majored in music Before her ,
"qH. KEC "O OA I visiting his mother, Mrs Maxine I marriage she was employed in the Farm Machinery
Joyce in Pahokee. rahikee city clerk's office Mr.McDowell .
I received his education atC
lquitt, Ga., and served in the
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n I I I army for four sears: with 31

I 'I months European' of theatre overseas- duty in the & Supply Co.

After a wedding trip to Silve

I : DAVID W. HARRIS M. D. !will Springs make and their Georgia: home the in Pahokee coup! PHONE 531 CANAL POINT FL\

, I where ihe is employed by the Stat"-

i i Announces the Opening of Road Department. ... I I

I Pfc Sam Lovell will leave this
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; His Offices At 127 S. 'V.I weekend to report for duty at t'1' ,
I army base: in San Francisco after i iI
Avenue C -spending month's furlough visiting -
his parents Mr and Mrs Dive:
I I Lovell in Pahokee Sam expects
(Aero from Bell Telephone Bailding to receive his tischargfrom the

I service in December-: - I IIr. I Attention

Belle Glade, Florida :\ and Mrs A. C iTonyl Lib-
hart had as recent guests her uncle
and aunt. Mr and Mrs Joseph CattlemenOur
I : Martin of New Bntian Conn.. who
I were enroute to Miami

. laboratories have turned out
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I something new for stock, and on

I trails it has proven most successful,

G1adesC1ub and it was made especially for Everglades -

I use. .


I! It will be known as EVERGLADES


: FUN And FROLICAIR This is a special I mixture of balanced -

I mineral salts and comes in 100

I pound bags. \ 'e invite you to give it

CORPS ORCHESTRA I a trial and watch wonderful improvement -

1 in your stock.
9:30! :{( UNTILCOMIC ? ? !



Chicken Steaks

Sandwiches At All Times Pahoker, Fa.: Phone =3201

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October 17, 1947 The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Page Five

Mr and Mrs Harold Littman ,! Dedication Of I CIILKCII 01 ClililsT. I Mr and \Iro. Ernest Miller had :I spent the weekend with his par

former residents here now living CIfXTI'T I as a guest the past week h- ents. Mr. and Mrs. Vic Geiger in

in Miami Beach, were guests of i Bible On SundayThe "ROCTRIXE OF A TON EEXT" sister. Miss Monteen P.amage of Pahokee.

:\Ir. and Mrs Joseph Kahn over th :\! 13 the subject of the Les- Chester. Ga.Laverne -.. --
.. .
eekend Morning Worship Service s .n- t'rmon winch! will be lead i h Mrs Bessie L Cranford had a->

of the Methodist Church: of Can! Churches of Christ. Scienti-t Geiger. cadet at Riverside a guest tie past wt'khs>1 \Ilrg: .

Point on Sunday at 11:00 will b-; throughout the world on Sur.dav. Military Aca emy. Miami Derry Berry of L.1kerth..

Classified Ads the Bible Dedication Service planned October 19.

for last Sunday morning b.'t! The Golden Text is; : "T 11' iAit i < < S {iri< ., A AVV
t > > i >v >C> a >vv C **iC*vv* ** ** *{}
postponed because of the storm teaching of the cross i;. to them Y Y Y Y Y V Y v Y Y V Y Y Y Ys

SI-'TIC tanks and and flood. The sermon will be v>". that perish foolishness; but ur.tjus
grease traps :;: Office :Machine Headquarters :X:
cleaned and repaired. Phone "By Water . and the Word". T1 which are saved it i>a the power v Y

3872, Bob Douthit, Pahokee. M17c Bible to be dedicated iss a beaut'- of Go< II Corinthians 1:151.> 4. Underwood Typewriters 4.5-

--- --- I ful Arabian :Morocco- ,u" : Pulpit I Among the citation which comprise 4' Sund,trand AddinIachine )

FOR RENT: South '2 Section 11, I Bible and is being presented to the the on-Sermon is the following ) Marchant Calculating Machine ':<>

(234( ;: acres), at Sand Cut. Phone I'I church by the Woman's Society ,>: ) tram the Bible "This Jesus : A. I>- Dick Mimeographs 4 >
581. Jlltf Christian Service.
hath God raised up. whereof v:e 4.Ya Elliott Addres-s-o '.5
The sermon of the Evening Service all are witnesses . . Thereforelot
I OK RENT OR SAIK: South half I I : 4: F & E Check Writers <>
at 7:30 will be on the ter."God all the house of Israel knoT Y
of 10-43-37. I1- miles
About east "
Is the Ruler Yet' I assuredly. that God hath mad 4'f H.LSEGRIFFITH INC. a't
of Belle Glade-Pahokee Road ?t ,
Sunday Schools meets at lOC 4 >
thatame: Jesus .whom ha\ >
I ye
Runyan. This land is thoroughly class for : Phone 2-3SS3 West Palm Beach
a. m. with a every age crucified both Lord and Chru-t > Ja
ditched, is in the east shore drain- v
from tot to

age district and lays adjacent to I er Our tiny new Sunday greatgrandmoth-School bailding Acts The Lesson-Sermon 2:32; 361- also include* taatasaas Y Y Y Y osa Y>t Y os oswataasaasaa Y VVV s Y>VVV 'Y.a

the main drainage canal. Will rent
13! pl'Ogr'ssingin fine style!" the following passage from the
all or part at 51500 per acre or 'This week the roof and theettr:, Christian Science textbook "Sc- ,

sell at a reasonable price. Also I is bt'ingHected bChar I'jo'I
ence and Health with Key to treScriptures" :
section 1 in the same townshipand ; Yeomans, T. M Yeomans X V.
by :\Ia- Baker
drainage district, which has! I Maxson. L. L. Maxson D. L. y Eddy I
Fir t in the list of Christian
recently been cleared at $10.00 per Hooks and A. R. Harrington; wits Shrubs and TreesALL
'' duties he taughe his followers t tohealing
acre. These two parcels are surrounded additional labor being furnished so
power o fTmth and Lovj
by sugar cane and vegetable far this week by the Maxson family -
He attached no importance to dea 1
farming. Owner, A. N. Ke,.- and Emory and Harlan Sear VARIETIES RETAIL
ceremonies it is>the living Chnst
nedy, Geneseo, New York or your The Woman's ocetm.'t at
I the practical Truth which irakesJe '
broker. St. A 15chtf the church on Tuesday for a full
:=us:; 'the resurrection and twLfe !:r
day of work which included the I Authorized Sales and ServiceJ
WANTED: Long term mortgage to all who follow him in deed
shellacking of new hymnal replacing -
loans ten to twenty years on the window covering, and! (431:12-1.1- JACOBSEN POWER AND
well located farm cattle ranch --
or .
setting out shrubbery.The
land also business property. C. A. minister attended the M.n: Dr. Hume Is Given I HAND LAWN MOWERS

Bailey Phone 70, Belle Glade. S6ch
isterial Retreat of the Miami District

of the Methodist: Chur..h on Interim Appointment:
FOR SALt: : International T-D9, ,
Wednesday. The Retreat. held at ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO.
1945. $3800
purchased August
the Xorthshore Hotel on Normandy I
Pahokee Phone 584. st. SStfc Isle. Miami Beach was led by Hume, who has been acting interim I Open Wednesday and Saturday afternoons

FOR SALE: New Willys Jeep. Dr. Albert Edward Day of t'i-! president rf the University <,f
I 1100 Southern Blvd.. West Palm Beach
Walter Ashley Garage in Belie Board of Evangelism:: Because of Florida having been appointed bv

Glade. Phone 126. Jllch the flood situation in the GladysI'ev. the Board of Control to serve between I I

; Howt's' Pahokee and Rev the time Dr. Ti?ert retire,] I I

FOR S\LE: 20 lots in Stream ('Blair of Canal Point elected to b* mol the new president. Dr. Miller j

line Sub-division near ice plant, 'j t'wafrom their charges on only took office cleared his desk last I ,

Pahokee. C. A. Bailey, Phone 70. )I I one of the four days of the Rtieat. .!- week and extended greeting t ) !

Belle Glade. jKONK j returning on Thursday. Dr. J. Hillis Miller who takes over I I

: The Methodist Youth Fellowship the job this week
Itr.Nlir>. field
2-jear-old will meet at the church on Facing ['r. :Miller former as"i:; i

grown everblooming plants; '' Sunday at 6:30: p. m. for an im- tiite commissioner of education ot

over fifty choice varieties; writ I { ortant and inspirational meeting the State of New York as hi I
for free catalog with roses :n I
----- tikes over the reins of the
color Ty-Tex Rose Nurseries. P. blems
sitv are many pr > includingthe
O. Box. Tyler, Texas Ethel Miller HeadsIntermediate task of assimilating the largt is FOR ALFAR

Oct 3. 10. 17, 21 C ,
GirlsEthel enrollment in the schools histo:v
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and planning long-range -
TRUCK FOR S\LK: 1942 Ford proam
(' ? of education and plant ex- AS WELL AS
1's ton 4-wheel drive, sale or Miller was elected president -

trade for car Ernest Lindrose. JPahokee -.. : of the Intermediate Girls I uaision -

., Box 851. Oct. 3p4t ';1 Auxiliary at a reorganizationmeeting

held in the First Baptist Cypress Lodge Is

FOR KENT: 500 acres sand lai.d (I'I I Fellowship Hall Friday af ternoon,
and irri- Open For Business
under ideal drainage 'Other new officers chosen were dri4

gation system, suitable for leif I i
hirlt'Y'atson vice
I president; Cypress Lodge at Portlaya..1..
and root vegetable crops. H. M. ([ Barbara Moberp, secretary and
+nl during the war. has been

Saunders.Co.Mgr., Phone, Indiantown 2021. Oct3-2t Development ('I treasurer Lovell.: Lorene Combs chair-and reopened under the managementof ;:' Rich Alfar Milkith the elements for
Joyce membership
\Ir.anl Mrs A. R Chastain, la"1 .

WANTED: Part time bookkeeperand s I men: Edna Unwin. program chairman new owners During the summerit *trolls bone and muscle, an alert mind.
'! : B(>gl'tta'ade and Donna: JoSjwoner. > '
for the sea < was' completely redecorated inside -
stenographer No wonder it'> a favorite with athletes !
music chairmen an.tI ..
I refurnished and t'l '
son. Box 367, Canal Point Fla. an t ut.
I Wynell Gilhs. social chairman.
Oct. 3ch-tf grounds were beautified Mr and

I Mrs. Bishop Starling and Mrs Mrs Chastain are offering the

EVERC.LADES" House of Beauty coun-sellors public the same efficient, friend1'

Shampoo and Finger Wave, t for the group. service and excellent cuisine for

$1.25 and $1.50. .Distinctive Perm I .- which Cypre Lodge was know"l LFA IPllo

a n e n Waving.. Manicuring. I Mrs Laurie Holt a former resident !- I far andi I
Phone 4292 Canal Point. here now living in West PalM I country. CREIAMERV

Oct. 3ch-tf I Beach attended the Methods I

1 homecoming and! visited relatives Exhn;
FOR S.tI.F:: Morgan pump 16 I'j Pahokee Citrus e
in Sunday. I .a: 20 BELLE GLADE
- -
inch) in good condition Also . Head Died/This Week

power unit in not too good snap- I
j University of Florida students
&>e's. IMhokee. Phone 2911. I j \RTOW Charles Hilha-
j who pent the weekend with re -
| j Walker. 76- ear-old president of
FOR LEASE: lOB dragline, hull atives here included Edwin Rice >
'! the Florida Citrus Exchange: di dhere
dozer Rutledge. Phone 161. : Thomas Houses Frank Handley.
this week He wa. apparently I
Belle Glade tlcn B.lly DeLoach. and Bill Shirley I.
i recovering f r'>TI a heart attack i
when trcken I

,, _....._.. Walker had many interests 1.1 ,
the cifusd: istr\. gr->; I
... :
From where I Marsh ping packing.*canning and crate \
;- sit..6yJoe .tmfll'tt1nnj; :: He was president 1 1I

of the Avon Fk.riJCitrus Co--p- I 1I

f .ration and! the Lake Byrd Mrus I
Packing Company .\van Park I

Mystery of He was vice-president .nd a di- t A Servant of the Glades

rt"ctorf the National Council of

4' the Missing Farms Farmer C,, 'r' "it.\e and an active i I

worker in th,' Fl">rila: F'-": I

Htirea Fe.l.*ratu>". Tn :Miami
1'e p. the nt'nher! t of farm* in where our frtr. American life It1n 4 Buses
'rocs! \.b* a yu.ulericure. "Ahtre earn member" co- To 11'c...t Palm Be-ach
\IKMt.:: Klri:
m :i-.T in the last five > 'ar.'). operateand .hare... the work . .
VUINKLAND: : 11itt1ir.e 1 1
\\h3t'. happened[ to the \\\\inf\ tux rthrr in tempanc and Mm.nt- waxes. : an open *' Daily Tn lOt :Ayer. S l..akeland

farn"-1; The land hi- tarn taken t l lran
:T bv: .>!f-er farmincreamii the a moderate he% raee like "beer \ emplo\e.... >Iftanne :Pt:.-

.'erteeis... hs twenty acr.: and for a taste that may dios, rest-.r 5 f*"' :Navy' f.r.- ' Glades Motor Lines Inc.

f l t"e clitIonn from unt"*.. own. ..ra;;h-..i :at' ,>"a i'., .t :a "illf: ,
V t'1.- crvwth irin \ m-

"Ifre 1.'r.wir a family'rFrom where I ?.t, our Family sr"re front Manr.-Ind:
Tie Navv flyers "t tr 'i"' THE GLADES"Friday
I t the opposite :Moren Farms Land they're 06 o!
s' ; ,,,','r. H1.! >. at 'ill :-': t .'
cw farms today than farm k are s.>-mthtrithat this
.1"'. r.e started mi.!&iip_ \\'hlt' !r"-
.,.',. with laboraiti country can be proud of! .,
I I u.:: to reach mainiand: tl p-:
.urmur' : t': can handle more '
e' i't t'J t fire and one occ par! i

'; ".J. v.':e \*.'rk.Th -13'!I .wiped mt' the Ha The pltt. i."..
:,:'* sit -"0:111; !ht' The family c9' /1.t( 7 a t to jump pancaked the wp .-

farts i.. a fortreof democracy- I tJ I'\ water and bof -....-. I

I IrnY: t' f- *.,!t s '..-.,::: h-ID! a-- I

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SIX The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Friday October 1?, 1947

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Mrs. Don Pinson Is BIG JACKSONVILLE SALES Livestock I Palm-Lake GroupIn \\OILJ3 CLEUISTON KEEP HELP- The United I 1 Griffin ChastainThe

Guest Of Honor At sales at four of Florida State j'' ..AIIDayIeet States Sugar Corporation is appealing wedding of Mis ElearoCha -
Farmer's Markets disposed of 1086 Washington for permission -
Cypress Lodge PartyOn hogs and 542 cattle during tn Final plans for entertaining the to retain about 1.OOO Jamaican stain. daughter of Mr and

past week for a gross cash total ot I Baptist Palm-Lake Association at and Barbados Negroes in its Mrs. James Stanton Chastain of
Friday evening Oct. 10, Mr*. $57,480. according to figure released the all-day conference in the First cane field this winter There is Pahokee. and Clyde Proctor Grif-

A. R. Chastain opened her homeat by William L. Wilson, director Baptist Church this week were insufficient local labor to keep fies Jr.. son of Mr and Mrs C. P.
Cypress Lodge to honor Ino.. of State Farmer Market made by members of the Lottie cane going to the mill and the
Griffie Sr. of Ga.
I Rome will
Don Pinson wife of the Canal . Moon Circle at a meeting in the management has been joined by
take at the home of the
Point Baptist minister. The party church Monday afternoon. the Union in asking that the fo'- place
First Fall Meet bride parents on Bacom Poir.t
was in the form of a personal "Our Neighbors, the Mexicans"was eign laborers be permitted to remain -
Road Saturday Oct. 25. at 4 3O
shower for the guest of honor whois : Of Eastern StarsThe the subject of a royal service throng the cane harvesting
leaving with her son shortly for program presented by Mrs. StelliMulhs season. p.
. It will be a double ring ceremony
Boston Mass., for a stay of several Talks on the people ot
Pahokee Chapter. Order of performed in the presence of relatives -
weeks.. Mexico were by Mrs F. G.Gillis. .
given Raymond CaruthersHas
Eastern Star conducted its first and close friends with RevS '.
The Halloween motif was attractively Mrs. G.. C. Connell. Mrs E.
meeting of fall season in the Masonic B. Jordan of Hialeah former
carried out throughoutthe E. Coleman Miss Elizabeth Caraway Birthday Party
Hall Thursday night of last pastor of the Canal Point Baptist
lodge and the guests were in and Mrs Horace Unwin.. Mrs
week with Mrs Iva Snyder, worthy Mrs Uceba Caruthers entertained Church officiating.
costumes representing comic str.p J. C. Mock led the devotionals..
characters.. Several games wereplayed ; matron presiding. She was assisted at her home Sunday evening Miss Chastain will be given in
D.. L. Friend the absence her father. Miss
by in with a buffet party honor- marriage by
during the evening and a supper
ballot was taken for the most ac of J. V. Thomas worthy patron. Eastern Star To ing her husband. Raymond Caruth- Dorothy Chastain will be maid 01
Mrs I. E. Hamilton presented a honor and her sister's only attend-
curately portrayed character. Mrs Have Bake SaleThe ers Sr., on his birthday anniversary -
"Ruth night" program honoring ant. Bruce Nolan of Rome will b.>
Mamie Chastam who came a-* -
Snuffy Smith's spouse was awarded Mrs Hulda Wilkinson who holds Pahokh'pter., Order of Guests were Mr and Mrs Hor- best man. Nuptial music will be
the office of Ruth" in the chapter furnished by Miss Marian Drew of
ace Umvin. Mr and Mrs Bishop
first place, although there were Eastern Star is sponsoring a benefit -
many others who deserved more and Mrs Ruth Carpenter. past I baked foods sale in front of the Starling. Mr and Mrs J. H. Wilk- Tallapoosa. Ga., a former college
Ruth Irs. Snyder and Mr i classmate of the bride-elect
{ inson. Jr. Mr and Mrs James \
than honorable mention. :Barnes Novelty Gift Shop on Belle
Ruth Mereidth acted as hostesses Stafford Miss Austolee Bennett, A reception will beheld at the
A large basket of gifts was presented Glade Road in Pahokee Saturdav
during the serving of refreshments Raymond Caruthers Jr, Sidney Chastain home following the wedding -
to the honoree by thenipsts. I afternoon Mrs Jessie Barnes will i
. with -Mrs- Doris Carter and be in charge and Gene Caruthers I .

Mrs Myrtle Echols, dressed a 1 .
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the Golddust "I Twins making the

presentation Later in the evening I
the ladies were joined by membersof

the Baptist Men Bible Clas.

who had been in session at th" lNtMtZEHEALTH; KAI4RDS Prepare NOW for

pastorium, and all made their wayto aw t r. w
the kitchen of the lodge wher

style refreshments on tables were covered served with buffet"fun- : > P Cp CHIllY DAYS AHEAD

ny papers" and guests prepared .
their own "dagwoods" It was a

hilarious party with everyone entering -
into the spirit of fun.. The t '
fact that the shower came as a I t" : Will your home be warm and comfortable, ready for the first

to Mrs Pinson f
complete surprise
aided! to 'veryone.s enjoyment I cold snap?

Character portrayals included asp


Mamn v Y<.k im, Judith Sapp as I #
T>erk: '. Fill U-'the!'rove a" .
Polly n!
,. t you must have adequate heat. Messy, makeshift methodMO n't
Moonbeam. Ila Howell as Queen of p'i .

Moo Mums Hawks as :lgg': ,4 do the job. Surveys prove modern fuel! oil heating tt!>tem.
Mack. Kathleen Pinson as Madame l

Annette. Loretta Push as give bet results in Florida. Polar! models are t>efficient
Daisy' Mae Edith Cross as Cran- ,,'"

berry Bogs :Mary Chastam as i 'J .. ,f 1" .. attractive, easy; to install)) and operate. They provide dependable -
Bath. Doyle Horn is
ess; Croggins. .
Aunt Jemima. Annie Jones as l ,}o } f'" .x, ; s controlled, clean, fumele heat . solid, t"ontinuouI.
Iodine Marie Kincaid as Dotttf .-. ) 1"
effortless comfort . .
Dimple. Venera McCarty as Popeye -

Juanita Harlow as Charles C.
Charles. Bt'ulah George: as Maggie,
. AT MINIMUM COST. Price are moderate operating
Christina Atkins as Little Henry,

Lucille Miller as Susie Q. LilheWethenngton expenses amazingly low There is a new, improved po.-|-var
as Maggie Mrs I.

K. Inlow as Dumb Dora. Johnnie t model for everv home and purse floor closet, fireplaceand .
Pugn as Iodine Dt'bbie"alker as
Popeje, Odelle McCall as Mary console otvie No%* Iwfore the first chilly Heather

Worth Ann Geiger as Daisy Mae
Edyth Smith as Olive O\'I. Hazel catches vou unprepared investigate . .

Chastain as Siberia. Katherine
Ammons as Aunt Jemima Ruta:
Cha tain. Edna Pickett. FleanoChastam -
and Eleanor Bordeaux as -t '

the Stpiattlej famil. )'. tI MODERN OIL

Circle To Sponsor 1 ,.

Auxiliary Group /

The Grace Jein' Circle at a

meeting in tie Fellowship Hall

Tuesday evtmn;: voted top.>nstr
the Intermediate Gills \u\ihir\ PL

through the conn::g year.. It wa',
ann ..
strt a "''''''lal: iiissionrv' "n<'wty ' tor negro Baptist women : :
at the loUnd Baptist Church in : : w 8Ui.JDLIN6-UP"
PiiOix. on t)..:. J*. with Mr-. \\'ilhe NO \MDOORS ts

) Kemp! In (char:a of the prtr '
ni. I'I.tns/ W.'ff' made for '
timing tN Lotus Moon ('I rd.I IIn< 4It + l t

Nov In. It was \','teei to)' i
.. f
each new immKr Mth the on'!1. -> .

vear bk. Mr!', \\.. .V. Keen.I I

thaimiHn p:t sidfj at tie :. [ l '

illUiUit: -w:,'::ip 1 pn'M'llk.j .ipr -
i V
,wari: ,n "T::t, Mt x:,'.1:1 Pt .,'!1.'
s;ht \\.1'; "i, :s:t',I y MrV: V. b II s,. F'> ithit Mrilev *.
\\. 1ili anti MrI"i ;

IJarnes On ...!pHv at tt :H.'tlr-: = '
were :Me\ sit bjeits and J Mrs I
Mi>rrt$ Ixixter and Mr Psiil
Soi' at'tetl as ,'.I..!" for !I"\\'a.-I i
6" __. .... __
('.),.ttlm..,. i

.\ gilt. was presented i t.> Mr*. SEE YOUR DEALER TODAY!
\\'il '\ T Hirr tir:ng chairman. b\

:MrJ. II Wilkinson. Jr.. in t+*hal'
\I. him 'ho "I1IIJt, riJhlllluolrl! for uir liuinr.W .
of the ciixl Host "e* dunng the \ %

Irving ,'f n>fre :1"-.*a were Mrs. .
C..1. Miiberc. :'..lr1't..1h.' ." Kemp rile I\ lornlj l Itn.r A. I Light; < flmp..n| or rail at

)11'11.1Cn<.'-. and \I-!'!"
1", I;. S t3rlm.: RflRlDl.t PO\\\\ LIGHT fOlP..t'l} ur office for frr |1..1..1| "ilh (arl. ,.n liralinjfrlnnda
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The mat la'pav* ,../,' .,f p cture ,'" ,.!' homr. drrnplion fI f i\f oil h..linjl

windows tor tom' ,. :c 4"ric :.rches I 't'L'
I I ... l'our Irrr .ullJliofi ...nil'rPage 'otr!
*! :tnil V> "i -,'- A !':: ': .trm. c n
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October 17, 1947 The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Page Seven

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Affects Every Car Owner and Operator

I 4
' I On and after October 1, 1947 every automobile owner and operator, when call-

ed upon to do so,must be prepared to meet the requirements of the new Florida -

i Motor Vehicle Safety Responsibility Law. :

i, .
I Enacted to protect the public from the (b) who do not stand qualified as self-in-
I, careless and financially irresponsible surers; or
driver, this law is designed to restrict the
I (c) who do not have on file proof of financial -
operation of automobiles to those drivers
i who are financially able to pay for bodily' responsibility.
I injuries- death or property damage which The law applies to all accidents resulting
II their automobiles may cause. in bodily injury or death or in damage to
. the property of any one person of more
In brief, the new law provides that the
, Commissioner of Insurance must su- than $50, except, it does not apply (a) to
the of which,.at the time of
owner: a car
j ; spend or revoke the licenses of all operators -
the accident- operated withoutthe
: being
and all
11 owners .
: owner's permission, (b) to accident :
i (a) who do not have in force, at the time in which the owner or operator of the car
I of the accident, an automobile liability is the only one to sustain injury or property -
: policy with minimum limits of damage, and (c) to the owner or
I $5,000 for each person and $10,000 operator of a car which is legally parked
I for each accident, and a propertyat the time of the accident, or (d) to the
! damage liability limit of $1,000 for owner or operator who the Commission
i each accident; or find was not at fault.
i il ; -

I!l i; The simplest, easiest way to meet the requirements of this law is to have adequate '

; and acceptable Automobile Liability Insurance at the time of an acci--
: dent. This will permit you to keep your driving privileges without having to
I : file and maintain proof of financial responsibility.

If O i- P' r. i .1rc Buy .! Th'
i; I Want To Be Protected: Under; The Law

0. R. B L E E C H 1.IliF. 1'1PLse: f t.lP.ISS __

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Street CUy

I 11t4111IIIl'.f' "O I-: MAKE OF CAROP. __.

r.1s::EN" a TRUCK
TO o U.ItLFF/1.: : ISM'i\NC K
PahokeeSLIIL .
Phone 3691 \HOKFF: fLnf I D.Friday V

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Page Eight The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida F:taay. Octotvt' 17. 191;;

Stevens Adam: Five New Member::
Join Woman's ClubT
qnb r xa :\1.! -= \.ult.; ,\ia"idu.! ..:;::tei '\!

i' Mi .: i Mr". M: L. Adams of Cal ?::- ,
,. iiot\ee! Woman's Club welcomed :-
P i'jt became' the bride! cf Leon!
flnew members: at the
>t >ver.n of11': and! Mi--: .
luncheon meetirg held Tuesday
a tpI Jam. Stevens of Plant City. at a I It.
noon at the .lubhouee They were
( able rmgct'remon held at the'anal :Mr..
George Lance, Mrs Julia
PlintIt: th.ttiist
Y | Dobron;::ki. Mrs I R. W :under: *,
Tnuesday evemngtpt.. 25; Tn ,
Mr.Le,> WroUn and Mrs.: L. :\!.
V.'W' were read by the pastor. Rev j Collins
William T. ::-lir. in the pre-en
I With MrLeon: Spooner. tlc:
: ,if relatived; close: friends a>=
president, rr'sidingth.. group
: the couple stood before the altar
iiithned work plans for the coaling -
whim was beautifully decorated I
I' Tar and planned immediate;
wIth rut flowers and palms.
steps for bringing the membershipn
IMis: Earl Mavson: of Canal!
>ll up to dateIt
Point sister of the bride, was matron |
was: announced that the next
of honor and John Robert iof i
ttii'eting of the dub will be a
CleAiston was: best: man !
program mt'etingto 1hell! oa
Fqilowinga brief '
wt'll.ingtrip' Oct. 2s with Mrs: B Elliott m-
Mr: and Mrs: Stevens are now at i
teml'lhatt lelation chairman awl:
1i their come in Canal Point. Both'
k Mrs Minnie L. Hughes::, war veterans -
are employed by the U S. Sugir :
committee chairman. in
"- Corporation at Bryant. charge of arrang't'nwnts.lr3.
: I : :Sadie 1'imheon: Birwick amngements was in charge of


'W" : I i I Caldwell Flies To

San Antonio Meeting

I I Rev'. Carson T. Howes and Re\ ...
Girl In 190, the *" t per thousand
Scouts Net t :
William T. Blair are attending t:1' miles of the average first line Mr: and Mrs: Clifton Lamar ALLAHSSKK Gov Millard:
$19 From Bake SaleThe I'I Pastor Retreat being held for automobile tire was S10 Today it I i Tiny i Todd are the parents of CUclwell p'annetl! ti fly to San

. I Methodist: ministers in the Miami: is only 5Sl'. according to B. F. 1 la baby girl: born Mondaj: October Antonw'dnO'sday, two days
Girl Scout Troop netted Site District at Miami: this week Goodru'h statisticians. 13. The young lady has been ahead of his scheduled! address b.>-
I Paula Frances fi. ,Mid-Continent! Oil AS.+>-
_ named i r
from the baked goods sale held in
I I -e. .ciation tonvention
front of the postoffice Saturday \lrJO.: J. D. Rogers and children I I I II Retailers throughout the country Jack Spencer spent the weekend I 1 His topic will bo the recent
morning, according to a report by .Mrs: \\'. R Kaufman and children 'I decision
are noting an increase in sales of with ris parents; in Lake City Mrs: : United States Supreme court -
the treasurer at the regular Troop and Mrs: Paul Riddle and > title;
son wer Baden pn liuts as Elsie's baby Spencer and children who accompanied giving the geevenuuent
meeting Tuesday afternoon Despite visitors in Okeechobee over tn" bull raf-rammg! swims I him to Lake City. remaine-l to mlht'aringtiddands off th.
the weather the scouts i
rainy weekend. its final month. for a longer stay. 'California 'O:1t.
had little trouble in selling everything I (
they had to offer

Tenderfoot test were given at
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th' meeting byIrs.: Joe Tom 1- - - ----1.;

Boynton troop captain, and Mr-:
James Rta"()r'!. "o"i, assisted il
..\ Miss: L' i.ise Ilan iltoti. \ IiI.
For ('n' 'rta1'eJ': : '*ie ..oo*> learnI I.
Announcing Opening of il ilI
<'d two new songs and. a folk gam I..


Pahokee Entertain88'-Baptists" I: PAHOKEE ILL & SUPPLY COMPANY II

An all-day meeting of the Bap- :
tist PalmLakt''oman's Missionary : lI

Union was held at the Paho-
kee First Baptist Church Wednesday Ii FORMERLY I
with the president Mrs: H.

O. Earwood. of Belle Glade presiding I i I Ii

Rev Don Pin on, pastor of the

Canal Point the Baptist devotional Church program.presented -' i Pahokee Lumber Company I

"How Christian Can Bring About l
His Reign. The theme for the i!

meeting was "His Kingdom from 11, I
Shore to Shore" Ij j

Talks were given by Miss: Ada I

Jackson Nigeria. who Baptist spoke on missionary"The King's to BUILDING SUPPLIES FRAMING SHEETING i II
Business in Africa; \Irs.: R. Kelly ,
White. "The Baptist! World Congress ti i
;" Miss: Josephine Jones of

Jacksonville! field secretary of th. I AND MILL WORK AND SIDING
Mat \\' IP, "Be Ye Doers"for the Ii

Kin/dom.! Mrs Tt: Johns o.. i (I

Arc. di:>. "A4"ti\'lti..s at the Baptist i iChildn'n's .MMA/VY..Y., wwYrYrYn.Yr..e, Ii 11if

A stewardship play "These Kitchen Cabinets Counters h h1louldings
I ,
Ought Ye to Hav. Done:' was presented Rough and Dressed

by membf rs of the llt'llt'I! : Door & Window Lumber II
Glid.- WMtT: I

Mrs: J. \\ilkmhon., Jr.. prsule "- I i FramingJambs I i;

,' at the registration table and I IlrO. ..YrYrYn.Yrerww "
:\ C. 1>- Shirley and \trs.: Sim

the MtKmstrv: inuttifnation'. Sr. wire titl in charge at I and Trim Pine, Cypress I

Dinner was served: at noon wih I Windows and Screen Doors And Fir I
members of the Pahokt.MI: I I

hostesses anl1: rs. II,Brace !
acting as - --- ----
t'rwin. localU": president ,

in charge of ami..*'mt'r.t.. .\01':1: .'

the 111 person wh.. r. eitere'wer ::: r
.- \\.Ml" rt.pres,'ntat.Vt.-. :a:11 Estimates For Building Material
West 1' IIM heat: h. 0. tray lea' i
Sout:: ISav.Clt: ,;*';-t.,-. 11. Ile G'vleC '!

n. l P ,.:t. Pa -A,. -d :Me
HavenMJ Mill Work and HardwarePAHOKEE


$<* Flora .I.u-y l'ee'ks.' gradate -
nurse at V! "' Pike:: Unive'rs'y
Hospital Durban N" C. ,urI I

lain weekend to1'{ r :.a v .. .It. ,;'.

with r..'r 1'.H.t'I- I.! Mrs: ..
mar 'X V..e..*,.. !' !:: rIntroduction :. .'

'f.t t..-".:IM t 1 L.:':"
\\riRht .ntati ni'i:' : r I\i:'-
home and light :''. '..:.t-a' apple: t'

lion 1.4 anr..'tanted !Hv" J,.:.'ph 11 GORDEN HILLIER JAMES T. HOLDEN
-'rtZt'r. pre.aet.! ::*, : : '* : i '
Paige M'uors Ce'rp.'r.e' Know
a* the 'Fraz.r H:.' ..- .-... Phone :21:51! : Pabokee-Canal Point (Road

five horpower tw.,;vti '"pecvhnJer : !
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gasoline t\pt \: ; : :-
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