Title: Everglades News
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079910/00458
 Material Information
Title: Everglades News
Uniform Title: Everglades News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Belle Glade ; Canal Point, Fla.
Publication Date: September 27, 1946
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079910
Volume ID: VID00458
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32615447
alephbibnum - 001981538
lccn - sn 95026042

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Front row, left to right: George Rozelle, manager Bobby Baker 90, Harry Fremd_ 87, 'Vilber Geiger 77, James

Gillis 85 James Scott 81 Thomas Dickson 96 J. E. 95 Dan-
Latham 86, Frank Spooner Rodney Connell 76, Fred

eels 93, John Ogle 88, Milton Salvatore 98, Ed Howell Manager.

Middle row, left to right: Frank Tillis manager, J. 'Voodham 91, Lawrence Connell 91, Raymond Caruthers

83, Floyd Peacock 97, William Weathers 79, Kenneth Johnson 82, Hueston Connell 78, James Sims, 99, Lee

Wroten( 89, Lynn Horn 92, Fred Taylor 81, J. T. Guerry 2.

Back row, left to right: X. L. Garrison, Asst Coach, Charles Dickson 68, Julian Snyder 80, Bill Elam 6.1, Billy

Jernigan 1, Clarence Padgett 62, Buddy Sims 65, Russe] Sims 84, Lenny Stuckey 61, John 1'. Pickett 3, Charles

Phillips 63, Mal Wilson 8, Claude lcLarty 4, Stanley Hooks 61, Clyde Alley, Coach

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' "The Truly D,sf nguished Mind

Prefers the Provinces' .

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Pahokee Baptists Council Discusses Diamond Ball Loop i I, Golden Rams Lose 1 BIue Devils Win

Equipment Need Opener To Wildcats

Install Officers Being Organized I Opener From Ponce
The need of new equipment for A spirited Palm Beach 111gb
For Ensuing Year the street department was discussed For Glades Section eleven capitalized on speed and Close Score 14-13
by the Pahokee City Council \ precision to run over Belle Glade ;
at a meeting in the city hall I High, 12 to 0, before a record season i
Tuesday night. The immediate opening crowd of 5,000 at Andercon I
A most impressive installation i i The Pahokfe Blue Devils start-
purchase of two new trucks was A diamond ball l league is being Field Friday night.
I ]: ed their season off with a bang
service concerning the officers decided upon and Clerk W. P. organized in Pahokee and Canal: i With an offensive geared to :
Wednesday night by defeating the
teachers and leaders of the First Walker was authorized to advertLse Point with one team to be entered scoring drives for touchdowns In
Baptist Church of Pabokee for the for bids. Marvin Cowart was from Belle Glade it was announced I the first and third periods, the I' Cavaliers
ensuing year. was conducted Monday authorized to purchase 600 feet of yesterday by officiaLs of the I Wildcats combined a defense that Bowl.
night in Fellowship Hall. The new pipe also for the street de- league in charge of organization. ;;Etopped the more experienced Gal-
program "Reflections From AlIirror" partment. The Florida Power and Light corn- 'i den Rams complete and the invaders The Blue Devils started their
was directed by Mrs W.M -- pan will have a team, the Bryant never made a serious scoring first scoring drive In the second
Dubooe. Rev. C. A. Moberg New Dry Cleaning I plantation of the sugar company threat. I quarter when Quarterback Wilbur
Point will Geiger a Ponce on
pastor was the installing officer will have one Canal It was a more impressive open.ing intercepted paw
A large mirror mounted on a Plant In Canal Point I furnish one and two will be organized than even the Wildcat coaches his own 18 and returned it to the
stand, reflected each group 83 in I in Pahokee. had expected, and although the Pahokee H. Halfback Rodney
order each stood in place to receive H. G. Davidson; :;Belle Glade Is Folks in the Pahokee area wno young gridders didn't demonstrate Connell behind good Interference
Miss are interested in playing diamond : terrific showed a good then ran the ball to the Ponce 40
the charge The trio preparing to open a dry cleaning I power they
Peggy Ann Moberg, the Mesdames plant at the packing house center ball are urged to get in touch with :variety of offensive maneuverswith and a few play later he sprinted
Ralph Grimes and C. A, Moberg in Canal Point. The plant will be I Dorsey Pugh or Rupert Iock. pony backs in action. to the Ponce 3 from where fullback
dosed the sen'iceith .singing of located in the building formerly Lights have been erected on 'I The Wildcats used an assortment Thomas DicJuon plunged across for
"Jt'sus'ealt'd In Me" as the mire used as Pickard's Cafe across the : Bateman field on Barom Point of substitutes after that and : the first touchdown, with Geiger
road and all games will be played : I kicking the extra llOint. A few
for was co'ertdith a picture of street from Sam Chastain"s packing all of them performed credibly
Christ, the group singing "\\'here bouse. The Canal Point dry at night. It is hoped that teams with the scat backs having the : minutes later Tackle Milton Salvatore -
He Leads Me I Will Follow" A I.cleaning plant will have two : ran be organized in time to get the i help of a line that played good : intercepted a pass on the
covered dish supper preceded the pre .s and the latest modern games under way by next week. ball from end to tnd. i Ponce 43 and raced down the field
I Davidson to Belle Glades only ground gain.ing i for Pahok'a second touchoown.
installation e f'quipment. expects
The church roster of officers it I i tit- ready to start operating his I ::; of the evening came in the ,I Again Geigera educated toe came
C'ludt': Sunday School Superintendent I plant the first of next week lb :IEII' nO.11 closing quarter with Harrell and through for the extra point wbicn
O. O. Gilbert; Asst. James i plans to move his family to Canal Billy Btardtn powering into Wildcat later proved to be the margin.
Harry 11'ilkinson. Secretary. F. G. Point a.s lOOn as he is able t'3 I State Road Department workmen territory briefly. I necessary for the Blue Devil vic.tol'j'
GIUi; Aut.. Iu. S. E. Gamma e. find thing quarter His son Eel ', are erecting new state highway S...
Teachers: Cradle Roll the Mesdames I Davidson, will assist him at the road signs from Okeechobee The Cavaliers made OCt touchdown -
E. Keen, Supt. F. G. Cillis plant.Mr." :to Belle Glade, making State Roads The Pahokff Gospel Singing in the last part Clf the JtC.
J. Thompson and Mrs. Tony Ub- I', ... 194 and 143 a continuous highway Quarttt, composed of P.tppapJCowart. and period and another tn the closing .
hart. Beginner Dept.: Supt.-i I and Mrs. B Elliott will with a new number "15", The new B. W. Wood Gene Butler minutes of the game but Weat
Mrs. J. 11. Wilkinson teacher Mrs. (spend the weekend in St. Petersburg o signs art larger and more attractive and Dr D S. SprJOntr, were guest cott' kIck failed to convert Ole
\\'. H. Jontl. Primary Supt.Mrs.Bob I hUt t.'leill visit their than the old on ., having ai \ singers on the program It the extra point alter be first touchdown -
Douthit teachers the lIet.1 f eon Elmer B. Elliott, a student 1t I white background on which It I Baptist singing convention held In which was made by Quartu-
dames W A. gtevena, O. Stgree. Florida Military Academy. painted a1'1 outline map of the I West Palm Beach Sunday, ;back Bill Powers after receiving
H. Barnes, A" C. Santo and Miss .. 'State of Florida 1n black and the ... (1& lateral from McDonald oa his
Nina Brigp. Junior Supt. Miss 1r. and Yn. CB.. Starling read numerals also 1:1 black acj !.fr. aDd In. B. A. McCown, taws B.I ,
Clark Hull teachers the JlesdamtJCcntmutd were CUUtl cf ir. And Yr. D, E. large enough to be read in a Orlando were bwintu visitors I I It was a wd.fougtt and tacit.ConU.n .
( On Page 5) KlUortn in CtwUtcn last wetkerd. glance, here ec Tuesday of WI week. ( ed On Pace 5) _

Two The E\'erglade3 New, Canal Point, Florida Friday, September 21, 19t6


THE EVERGLADE NEWS Fire Levels Dry I I Hicks Family Moves "

Serving the Lake Okeechobee Fanning Region Cleaning Plant .I To Belle Glade Camp ClassifledAds

Established 1924 Published Every Friday A raging, spectacular fire level- I Mr. and Mrs. Julian P .Hic ks are

Subscription Price 52.g0 Year In Advance ed Kolstad's dry cleaning and up- moving this week end from the SEPTIC tasks and grease trap

holstering plant, known as Quality Canal Point Migratory camp to cleaned and repaired. Phone
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office 3872. Bob Douthit, Pahokee. :Mlc
Cleaners to ashe.s around 6:30 D. Okeechobee Camp at Belle Glade

In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter. m. Tuesday within 15 minutes where Mr. Hicks takes over man FOR SALE: Fine display of New

after 3 small blaze was discovered agement succeeding H. O. Ear- Small
Paul Rardin Editor and Publisher in the :Mrs. wood and reconditioned trailers.
cleaning department by who becomes Belle Glade'sfirst down payment balance like rent.
C. A. Kolstad, proprietor, as she city manager.Mr. .
We have three lots and carry a
Advice To The GI's was preparing to close down the Hicks has been with the federal Sevent-five thousand doll a r 9
for the The fire
plant day. spread government for many years
stock, we surely can solve your
Failure of about 10,000,000 war veterans, all former policy .so rapidly that :Mrs. Kolstad an.j and came to the Canal Point camp housing problem. Arthur Trailer

holders of GI insurance, thus far to reinstate their. policies her emplo'es were able to save from Atlanta. He has been man- Sales, East main St. Pahokee.

difficult to understand except on the ground that they sim- only a small armful of clothing as ager of the local camp for three Open from 10 a. m. bo 9 p. m.

ply do not know what they are giving up. According to Gen they rushed for safety from the )'ears. :Mr. Hicks will be succeeded daily including Sunday. tfch

eral Omar N. Bradley, VA administrator, the veterans in flaming building otherwise the by Joseph Payne. The many
building and contents were a total friends of the Hicks family will regret FOR A SMALL down payment and
effect "are kicking around an estimated $90,000,000,000 in
loss. to lose them from the Canal $1.25 per week you can buy a
economic security. The two-story structure as form- Point cOr.lmunity. 6.oox16 Goodrich Tire Hender.soa

The veterans are now required to pay only two premiums erly used 83 an office building for . Texaco Service Station, Pahokee,

or monthly payments in order to have their policies fully the Bivan3 Lumber Company and Phone Traffic Phone 3tH. S21ch

reinstated. This insurance is available at extremely low the adjoining lumber sheds, though

rates. It may be taken in the form of endowment policies, empty, were also destroyed. A Increase In Glades BABY CHICKS Heavies, C. O. D.
$14.95 for 100. David Nichols
payable at 60 65. brisk east wind carried most of -
or Hatchery, Rockmart, Ga. Oct.4p
There have been some recent changes, and payments in the heat away from the Pahokee In Belle Glade the volume of

the event of death now may be made either in installment or Methodist Church building on the local and long distance telephone FOR SALE: Holland cabbage setter -
lot adjoining east but the two- calls has increased substantially extra for red3. State
lump sum. Furthermore, in the event that an insured veteran gears
story rooming house on the adjoin- Long distance calls through the market platform in charge Frank
disabled the will $5
becomes government policy a
pay ing west lot really got a baking Belle Glade office during the peak Colson or contact Smith, 1611
month for each $1,000 insurance as long as the disability and was saved partly through the month of 1946 totalled 26.258 or Woodward ave., phone 5881, Orlando -

exists, and payments of this nature are not subtracted from efforts of the firemen and partly 255 percent over peak month of $275.00. Oct. 4cb

the full face value of the polic) because it was protected with as- 1945, and 436 percent over peak
The Times urges war veterans in this territory to examine bestos shingle sidif'lg' Fire Chief month of 1940. Belle Glade ex- FOR SALE' 3'x.t'x6' reach-in refrigerator -

their opportunities under this liberal government insurance Marvin Levins and his volunteer cange handles all long distance i zhp. Frigidaire unit,

plan.-Chattanooga Times. ,, firemen responded promptly to the calls originating in Pahokee, Can- suitable for store or restaurant
call and for a time poured the out- al Point, South Bay and Lake: good condition, now operating,
put of three hydrants into the Harbor and these percentages are $250.00. Mrs. Cecil Mobley, Everglades I

Tax Troubles flames and on to nearby threatened made up from calls originating in Hotel Phone 8. Okeechobee,

Other cities in Florida are having their woes in their des- buildings. The loss was only all of the various towns.In Fla. Oct. 4p

perate effort to raise enough money to maintain and improve partly covered by insurance, ac- Belle Glade local calls average I FOR SALE: Five horsepower

their services to rapidly growing populations. Strapped cording to Mrs....Koistand.Youngsters. about 2,641 daily at present a I Johnson Outboard, floo, In No. 1

by the $5,000 homestead exemption, the cities have had to 42 percent increase over the daily condition. H. n. Sears, Canal
Enjoy total in the comparable period of ,I Point. S27Pd
cast about for other sources of taxation, or for revenue pro-
1945. and 60 above the
ducing operations Party And Hay Ride total for this period percent in 1940. I I, FOR SALE: Furnished h 0 us t

The city of Miami has proposed graduated taxes on utilities At present, Belle Glade has 518 i ready to mQ.ve into close in,

and cigarettE1s. The usual citizens committee have sud- Members of the Intermediate telephones an increase of 215 percent price reasonable. Some good buys

denly appeared, storming city hall with loud shouts of pro- Youth Fellowship group of the Pa- over the number in service 10 in business property. Call Dan i

test. The usual check on petitioners has indicated that most hokee Methodist Church enjoyed years ago. Since Pearl Harbor. Carpenter Pahokee 2571. StS27c t

of them no property taxes that not an outdoor party and hay ride to I approximately 200 telephones have
par many are even registered 11'.1NTEI): Boys or girls over 18
St. Lucie Canal near Port rayaca been added to those in service, de-
voters and that few
only a contribute anything to for positions at Prince theatre.
Saturday night. frs. R. F. Hurt, spite continuing material short-
the servicing of the cits bonded indebtedness.It Call in person at theatre in Pa-
counselor for the and Mr.
group ages. About 149 persons are
is a ten to one shot that of these would hokee. Oct11ch
many persons
Hurt in of
were charge party arrangements waiting for service in Belle Glade.
howl even louder if essential service curtailed And ..
any were and acted as hosts. -- FLOOR MANAGER wanted for

by now, you can make any comparisons you want with what Those attending were Myra Lee More Classroom Prince Theatre in Pahokee. Apply -

has been going on over at 81. Petersburg's city hall during Cruthirds Joy Ann Haldid, Bobby in person at the theatre. 011

the past week or so Mackey, Dale Maxwell Bobby Space For Church

It's a funny world ; and human nature doesn't vary much, Schroder Rita Fay nad Anna Lee FOR SALE: Missionary variety

does 1-S1. Peatrsburg Independent. Hurt, Jack Thomas, Zelia Jones With attendance at the Pahokee strawberry plants, have about
:Marian Ann Howes George and 4! Methodist Church school averaging 5,000. J. Dragon at Nola's Shop

- Jimmy Rozelle Linda Cruthirds Pahokee. Oct. 4ch
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- ---- --- I nearly 50 per cent greater than
-- --- --- Chandler McIlwain Patsy Elliott last year, the executive board is FOR SALE: Three room house,
I Louise Hatton Dorothy. Fields being forced to make provisions
water, lights, bath, fresh
Ronnie :May, Charles McCurdy, for additional classroom to
space paint, to b. moved. P. O. Box
I Donna Jo Spooner, Buddy Peeples, take care of the needs of the rapid'ly 463. Pahokee. itch
: Joyce Lynn and Alice Elaine Hurt expanding Sunday school.As .
FOR. . .
a temporary measure the FOR SALE: Lot on the ridge north
I )JE "S BIBLE CLASSAnnouncement board is negotiating for the pu-- of B)4>'s in Pahokee- Write P.

I chase of a 24 by 50 foot prefabricated O. Box 934, Pahokee, Fla ltpdN'.1NT

II I PILE DRIVING - - LUMBER f a fish fry in building to be erected in the
TO RENT: House or apart-
the near future was the glad news park at the lake side of the church
received !ast Sunday at the session I ment in or near Pahokee, will
CONCRETE BLOCKS CEMENTPhone grounds. It is planned to partition
- three months in advance
of the Pahokee's ren'3 Bible Class.C. this building into three classrooms.In pay
write P. O. Box 561, Pahokee. 2tp
R. "Bud" Wroten and his
Our Main Office Belle addition to the new ren's Bible
. Glade 25
"Knights of the Neptune" will be Class, several other new classes FOR SALE: Three door frames

in charge of the arrangements. will be organized on rally day in and one window frame, See. W.

This time the ladies will be the October, according to T. L. Bum. J. Adams on Bacorn Point road in
honored guest This Sunday the school superintendent. Pahokee. Upd

Class Quartet, Messrs. Spooner, .. .
4 At our store \re have samples in Cowart Wood, Butler and Grimes SITUATION "TED: Man 53,

I (alternate) will present its usual Ordination Service university graduate act I v e,

Stock of Nationally Famous splendid progl'Jm. The teacher, Of Baptist Deacons ready, what have you? Box 14,

i Rev. C. A. :Moberg will discuss the Port Ma'aca, Fla. 2tpd.CHIROPRACTOR .

I GOODYEAR RUBBER lesson A most cordial invitation A most impressive ordination .. # -- -- -

I is extended to all unaffiliated men service wu conducted Tuesday

: ; FLOOR COVERING and visitors to attend this Sunday night at the First Baptist Church

I I 9:4: A. M. of Pahokee Messrs H. L. Jaudon, WEST PAW BEACH
F. G. Gillis and C. A. Batchelor 1I0D.. Tul'l. d Wf'd. BELLE GLADE

: Venetian Blinds made to order in wood or IS TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF TilE received the right hand of fellows TbW'l.. Frl. ds Bat

I I metal. Estimates Given IN FIFTEENTH AND FOR P.\L\I.lrDICUL B\CII CIRCUIT corST",, p at newly ordained deacons DR. L. S. JONES
nORID\ IS CIUSCERSo. The examining group Included the .
Suite 301.)2 ComflU B141.Pbou
THERESA A. ADDISOS%%,36t, Rev. I. E. Enlow, pastor of the 3650 West Palm Beach f'1&

\\"indoand Bathroom Curtains md Shades and Plalnttff First Baptist Church of Belle

\'S. : Glade and deacons J. K. Keen n. I -----
I Linoleum Rug 6x9 and 4x6. Used ROBERT H.DDISOS,
Dresser, Dtf ndant. : L. Speer \\'. Tilli3. O. O. Gilbert
Mattresses md NOTICE TO .'PPE\It W. V. Unwin deacons of Pahokee. !
Hot \rater Heaters. It is hereby ordered that rou. Rot.irtH.
Addison whose moping residence aspartteularly The scripture lesson was prsen' FOR SALE
s as is known to the plaint ed by the pastor Rev. C. A. Mo-
!t t. P O. Box 65. Nusu Bahama
lilancb you being the defendant tothts berg as found in Acts 617. The 1 Section of
cause art required to appear 1n I charge to the deacons was delivered -
The person or by attorney on the 28th day
of October A D 19i6. to the Bm ot I by p.e\ Enlow, followed by the MJCKLAND
Complaint filed agalnst you tn thiscause charge to the church by the He\
In the C'.rru1t Court ot the Fifteentb -
Jud1clal Clrrult In and roe Palm Floyd Creasy. pastor of the First
Glades Appliance Beach County Florida. wherein TheressA Baptist Church or Clewlston. Th
Addison is the plalntl1f and the revlief
sought being a decree of divorce service closed with the conducting :
otherwise the allegations ot acid Bm of of the "laing on of hands" byRev. 0
Complaint will be taken at confessed
Corporation by YOU It ts hereby further ordered Crusy and F.nlow and the ;i TOM GAHrLANI)
that this notice bf published for tour group. i
eon eutlve weeks In the Everglades .... Phone 584 Pahokec
Sno a rewspspr of general rrculaUon i
Office at Terminal in Belle Glade Court published:15 Located.Witness tn thf. COUnt wtlerrin this Ronnie Elliott who wes stricken :

my had and seal of the with polio several weeks ago. is
Furniture Store in Iwree Block C'--rutt COurt In and for Pam Peachcounty expected to return to his home
Florida this 19th day of Sep'tember CHILLS & FEVER
:t D 1946, Urt; Pam Beach I hue Monday from a West Palm ,
STORE PHONE 321 Florida I Beach hospitAl where he hu been MALARIA
I Belle Glade, rIa As Ct."C'U1t Court Clerk receiving treatmtnt Ronnie u
I II C'1t"J1t Cutrt Stan reported to be completely cur.1 RELIEVED
I Br ha4dle P Plant
II As Deputy Clerk but from time to time w'dl return
I! P A C'u..T.t. p'.atnutra Atwraey to te hospital for a periodiccheckup BY----t
'A"hm kch FloeldaPub.
Sept 21. Oct t, 11. 11. lii Q. Clj t ages. c.Page .- Grw i....-.

September 21, 1946 The Everglades News'Canal Point, Florida Page Three

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Branch Stokes the piano by her daughter, Miss rpo Group WillReOrganize membership committee to get as
Peggy Moberg who also played a many veterans as possible in the
solo and the traditioned wedding Monday Pahokee.Canal Point area to at-
Miss Margie Rut h Stokes, marches. tend the reorganization meeting. DmJP
daughter of Mr and Mrs. Roscoe The bride, given in marriage by At a meeting of the local \'PO Roy O'\eal and Melvin Spooner
Stokes of Bryant, became the bride her father, wore a white street in the city hal Monday night the were asked to serve on a publicity
of Julian Franklin Branch, son of length crepe dress with scroll em- group decided, for the good of the committee. James Harry Wilkinson [ OPI /TY MAKESfRENOS.ADYfRSlY
Mrs. Kate Branch, and the late broidery, and a matching half.hat organization, to completely reor- entertainment committee
Frank Branch of Canal Point, at to which was attached a finger-Up ganize at a special meeting to beheld chairman, gave a report on plans
the home of the bride's parents at veU She wore a corsage of purple in the city hall Monday, Sept. for various types of entertainment L/s THEM/
6 P. M. Friday, Sept. 20th. orchids and carried a white prayer 30, at 7:30 p. m. Pahokee is the for the coming year. Paul Collier
The Rev. Carl A. Moberg, pastor book with white satin streamers birthplace of VPO with local veterans reportEd on the work of the ways
of the Yabokee Baptist church per- and centered with white gardenias.Mrs. starting from scratch last and means and the publicity committees -
formed the double ring ceremony V. D. Horne, sister of the April in drawing up the original ,
before the family fireplace which bride and matron of honor, wore a constitution and bylaws which It was announced that a Veter-
was banked with pink roses, white blue crepe suit, and a flower half- since have endorsed by other VPO ans Political Organization for
tuberoses, and fern, and flanked hat. Her corsage was of white units that have been organized in Palm Beach County is being organ-
with potted palms which formed gardenias. The bride's mother wore the State. In the process of or- ized under the leadership of James
the background. Two candelabra a navy blue crepe frock with white ganizing, other VPO groups have Nemec, World War II veteran and
r illuminated each side of the fire accessories and a corsage of tinted improved on the original constitu- West Palm Beach attorney. It
place. tuberoses and pink rosebuds. The tion and bylaws to such an extent was also announced that the \TO
Preceding the ceremony Mrs. C. groom's mother wore a navy blue that the local \TO wishes to in- State Convention, scheduled to beheld .
A. Moberg sang "Always" and "1 sheer frock with blue accessories corporate these improvements at in Hialeah Sept. 23-24, has
Love You Truly' accompanied at and a corsage of tinted tuberoses the reorganization meeting so that been postponed for a few weeks
and pink rosebuds. it will continue to stand out as the I upon request by veterans throug'l-
-- Hilburn Murphy, friend of the leading VPO in the State. out the State so that they will
groom was best man The first step in reorganizing I have an opportunity to start oher
Out of town guests included the will be to change the name from local VPO units before the state And adequate insurance
Low Bed 20TonTRAILER bridegroom's sister Mrs. Linder Veterans Progressive Organintion convention is held. A Dade County
Cook, Edgar Johnson, and J. W. to Veterans Political Organization I VPO has been organized and vet- has everted adversity for
I Clarke, all of Cle\\iston. inasmuch as its aims are primarily erans of severeal South Florida
I The bride is a graduate of Pa- of a political nature and it appropriate -I towns are in the process of organ- many a far-sighted person.O.R.BLEECH .
I hokee High School and before hr to be called a political organization I izing \'PO. units, according to W.
I marriage was employed as a pay-I A complete re.election I H, Hamilton, president of the Hialeah -
i roll clerk with the United States of officers by ballot will be held \'PO td convention chair-
Available I Sugar Corp. at Bryant.Mr. at the Sept. 30 meeting I man. From all points in the State
I Branch received his education -I At the Monday night session I. : come reports of organization meet- INSCRANCD. PAHOKEEi .
I at Dublin, Ga High School. J, Frasure, Jr., Kenny Mock and ings and the rapid expansion of
for Moving I He served three years in the Army I Melvin Spooner were named on a the Pahokee-born.
18 months of which were in EngI. .
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Heavy Tractors land. He is now associated with
I. the Home Town Bakery in Paho-

and Draglines I Ikee.The couple are spending their i I I I t t l l I I I i trr

honeymoon at Ft Iyers Beach and I
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make their home in Canal
plan to "" "' '
Hourly or By the Job I Point. I ;.; .. .
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Mr. B, T. Vorhees of Canal Point ;;: ':
made moving pictures of the wedding HA:M.I' .

ED LANDERS I ceremony and the films will RfJ\VfNL" a1JbQCJe: 2 :: s..4_ : .,
'be presented to the couple as b cups cook: 2 cups :,.. ,;?.;;.,; i. ,: :E-
wedding gift upon their return Use-3 bale: ham .
t- ;
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Belle Glade stCfPE ed or d,
from Ft.
Myers. o .
-.-.- choppe : 1 cup 9 c(1SScto\c -::. :.; }, ;.: ..

Phone 85 Irs. Iabel Thompson has returned cups met u m cte(11'1\' Use saUce a tgh\\'i 0 tied :, cream :, .-"
from visit with friends in \Dage
a cheese. ot \ ate .
tedien .'
Key \\'est. call layers 1 :
If(> and cltemate unfd aU % cheese, dot wand
ham gtated f. w ,E
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sauce then top d broom'n sa\- t '
.fill\.l} mW I lIM'y"IM N1MM used butted c Y1i\h gte of : '

f lightly with 30 mhsutes Serle tau Iros\'i glasses 4. "5"+ {
tot '
Prince Theatre oven ui\S, and
..1 hotSC Serle.. tour. dflL 1L G Waau' \. l

1 RX eer. ailed SS.O 0 toga "'tor .u"' e. tine Ope a ;1 >,r ,
Pahokee Florida
'M 1A1 hosonv'Uea regional will beker .
lac Send US 10ur $SOp ; ':
Sunday-Monday, Sept 29.30r seClpe.f U pUsuggcs
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GEORGE :CJ41 :r: 'E CUB.l,;: i ;m tr "tti9; iuatFrodtelt :+ ji: : EIIIJ' t 1 1 1 ,

; ; ihdER ..U\GER Assoclte ProClctr: AtunLer tM ee

Notice: Effective Sept. 29th Show Starts Sat.- DISTPJBL ED BY

Sunday at 3:00: p. n1.- lid-\\'eek 7:00: p. n1.

Eastern, Standard Time Shelley Connell

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Page Four The Everglades News. Canal Point Florida Friday, September 21. 19t6
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Lions Discuss New Irs. Shive Honored companied by Irs. lcClenithan-! -- :
pianist, and Irs. Sanders, violin-
Proposed highway By Circle Membership ist. Irs. Blake)' was in charge J
t the de\'otionals. Irs. Frank Friend. "The connecting link between en1-
The location of a new proposed I Irs. C. A. Shi\'e was nominate Irs. Robert Sirr.onson and Ir3.
federal.state trunk highway along ,to receive a WSCS life membership R. W. Sanders were visitors. ploVer en1ployee"
the east shore of Lake Okeechob f I by members of the Simonson.Lair ---
linking State Road 26 at the south I Circle, Pahokee Methodist Wom- Recent Bride Guest
with Conners Highway newly desIgnated an's Society of Christian Service,
Helen R.
as State Road 15. at the i at the first meeting of the faU' Of Honor At Party BrowningPersonnel
north was again the chief topic for season held Monday afternoon at I
discussion at the Tuesday luncheon ; the home of Irs. R. J. Simon.son.\\ Mrs. A. C. Spooner, Irs. R. S. Service
meeting of the Pahokee Lions The presentation of the life membership Todd and Mrs. E. L Davis enter- I
Club. The Lion turned thumbs' will be made in Octoh tained at the Pahokee \\'oman'3
down on the lO.man committee report ', The circle made plans to sponsor Club Friday night with a party and
Box 56 Phone 2il'V '
submitted last week which ; a silver tea in the near future, proceeds bride's shower in compliment to i iI I
would have the highway run eithc.ra to be turned over to the Irs Lawrence Dan)', who was Miss
half mile or a mile and a half 1 Gertrude Shirley Circle, winner ofa Hazel Todd before her recent mar- Belle Glade, Fla. : i:
east of both Pahokee and Belle recent mission study presentation riage in %Vest Palm Beach.
Glade and recommended instead I conte3t. Plans for a Halloween Gladioli, fern and palms were Register-No Charge : I
that it be routed directly through! party and bazaar were also I used in the party decoration ; I
both Pahokee and Belle Glade and discussed. I which followed a color scheme of I I'j
connect with Road 26 approxi- Mrs. William McClenithan. Mrs. pink and green. The serving table
mately nine and a half miles south Arch Blakey Mrs. R. J. Schroder was co'eredith a white lace
of Belle ;lade.It and Irs. O. D. Carpenter enrolled tablecloth and lighted with tapers.It .
was announced that construc- in a special mission study class to had as a centerpiece a three PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERS
tion on the swimming pool in the be held on Oct 4 in four classroom tiered wedding cake topped with a 4 __AI
city park cannot start until the sessions of one and a half hours miniature bride and groom.
plans are received from William each.Mrs. Irs. Byron Todd, trs. Willie [
Manly King, West Palm Beach Schroder presented a program Kemp and Mrs. C. R. :Moore won a[
architect. Season tickets for the on Iethodists in the Coun- contest priz s. Mrs. Roland :Todd
Pahokee Blue Devi13' home foot- try," with Irs. Carpenter and and Mrs. Allie Mae Watson assisted [ Protect Your Valuables
ball games were distributed to the Mrs. IcClenithan taking part. Mrs. Danny in the display of ,I
Lions by Lewell Garrison, assistant Ir3. Duncan Padgett and Irs. gifts. AND IMPORTANT PAPERS WITH ONE
coach. Carpenter sang a vocal duet ac- Refreshments of cake and ice I
cream were served by the host-
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1 r ,,nnrn,rnnnnnnn,rnnnnnnnnrnn' ,mnnnn;1r.HERBERT'S esses.VPO __ I I 0 CHEST, Price ............................ 532.86 ClQ
Group Received I with combination lock Weighs 75 Ibs.
Fine Clothes For

I Charter Wednesday I Medium Size SAFE, Price ........ $90.85
Men and Women
I One hour fire protection . burglar relocking device f J
The Veterans Political
door 306 lb.
I . 28-in high single weighs
charter at I a
was granted a
Hare Your Ladies' Clothes Tailored i2Br

A Ian's Tailor I j 1 nesday the courthouse of this week in Miami, according on Wed to !0 I Large Size SAFE, Price .......... 5124.31

1 word received here bv Claude I 0 Burglar re-iockin device one hour fire protection, aJ
AL BELCHER : Joneg. The first and original \' S'I I II Q single door, 24-in high weighs 388 l lbs. f Qd
I unit was organized bv Pahokee-
I 1 I Canal Point veterans last April
. 816 l I II
; and since then has become one of
'sJ- S I 1 I the most rapidly expanding veterans I HALSEY & GRIFFITH, Inc.
organization in the State. I

.- 313-15-17 natura St. Phone 3SS3Vest

n I \ Palm Beach, f la.LE .

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To those who eanerly await

their new Chevro/ets/ ? \

Here Is the Latest News lloInogeIlize(1itiiiin i

If&. I

\ D Iilk
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about Chevrolet : I

j ; AT YOUR !:

Deliveries I
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Everybody from factory fo dealer is doing everything ;; I I II ,

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that can be Jane to speed deliveries/ to you IWe I LFAI

I :" :
., I
have been Informed by the Chevrolet Motor Division that i

. the past month has witnessed only a slight improvement In t
the rote of production of new Chevrolet passenger cars. Asa
; Phone Belle Glade Fla
mutt, shipments of new cars to dealers for delivery are ,
still for below the level we and the factory had hoped to t'

attain by this time. In fad, through August, Ch.vrolet' Keep Your I t I

output of cars in 1946 was only 22.696 of the number turned Present Car Alive
out during the corresponding period of 1941.
Meanwhile, May we suggest I:
W. know that Chevrolet Is doing everything possible to that you safeguard your I

step up its production totals-to ship more and more cars to transportation by ringing BATTERY RADIOS ::1:1I
UI and to its thousands of other dealers throughout America rour car to us for service now I Ij
and at regular r intervals. let I I'I
and know too, that assured of I III
: WI WI are getting our full in
us help you to keep it good I
proportionate share of the current output and of future running condition-to main- j II, 'Ve hare several TRUETONE mantel !
production gains. bin its performance, appear- :
ance and resale value-until II models priced, leas batteries. from

Disappointing as the total figures have been-and despite the day when your new Chev- !i: $37.75 to $12.0.a'I
the fad that Chevrolet was out of production entirely during inlet comes aJon ''I
the first three months of the year-it is nevertheless true
Cabinet automatic record chang-
that Chevrolet "led all other manufacturers in production 01 type

passenger can during June 946, and has continued to :; cr, 12 ten inch or ten 12 inch records, I II

tam r its lead in total production from that day to this maina I three tube, at ......................._.... $52.60

W. shall continue to make deliveries of new Chevrolets

to our customers Iud as fast as w. receive them; we regret -, r' t Heavy Duty o. 1000 hour Radio Batteries I

delays as deeply as you da; w. thank you for your friendly V' I 'i at ............................ ." .. .. Sa.9a
patience oed urtcI.ntanditt9: and we promise you a new high

motoring experience when you take delivery of your new I .. -o-

tllristiull Chevrolet CO. :: 'Western Auto Associate Store

I i I. ai. LAIR, Owner IsAHOKEE, FLA. I''

Pahokee, Florida ; ;'

Friday, September 27, 1946 The Everglades New3, Canal Point, Florida Papa Five

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Pahokee Baptists- er C. A. Batchelor------1, Asst. Treas. I I Julian Chandler I It r

Mrs. W. Tillis, Clerk Mrs. C. A. : ,

Moberg, Pianist Irs. C. Wroten, t Home From Hospital I
(Continued From Page 1)
Asst. Pianist Miss Peggy Ann
H. L. Speer, Iva Snyder, C. R. TRIANGLE H;
Moberg, Choir Director R. Cowart, :: Julian Chandler, proprietor of
Wroten, W. M. DuBose, A. C. Santo .
Custodian L. T. Keen, Newly ordained Chandler's store in Paho-
: Sundry
E. Keen and C. B. Starling
Intermediate Supt. Mrs. C. A. Mo- I deacons Messrs. F. G, Gillis, i iI : kee, is home after spending the RESTAURANT :
c. A. Batchelor and H. L. Jaudon.
weeks in various hospitals
I -
berg, teachers the Mesdames Horace ---- ... I past seven
he has been undergoing In Canal Point
Unwin Morgan Mullis, Ora I I where I !
Powell, Messrs. It L. Speer and T. Blue DevilsVin- Ii treatment for one of his I :

B. Wilson with Miss Peggy Ann eyes. He returned this week from Serving Only the Finest Foods
I Jackson Memorial in Miami where i iL
Moberg Secretary Young People (Continued From Page 1) L I
teacher and workers, Mrs. L. M. ing game in which the greatly outweighed I an operation was performed sever- I I Regular Meals & Short Orders : :

Mullis and Mrs. C. A. Bro\Jol1. Adult Blue Devils formed an al weeks ago. The operation was I I !
and this week the band- : I
teachers Rev. C. A. Moberg, Mrs. amazing defense wall that stopped a success I
M. Thompson, Miss E Caraway and : most of the Cavaliers' charges age is to be taken off for the first : JACK A. PHILLIPS, PROP. : i iI
if results of the !
time to
Mrs. J. Chastain I stone cold. Following its 19 to 0 I Ii sec opera- I
The Training Union Officers in- i win over Lake Worth last week i ir tion are as expected. Before going i, I ij I !
to the Miami hospital Mr, Chandler ; -
W. M. DuBose,
elude Director Mrs. Ponce was hailed as leading con-
r in the north where he sut- .
Asst. H. L. Jaudon Sponsor of the 'tender for the Gulf Stream Conference was
Young tarried People's Union, championship. Before the witted to treatment at some of the
I I and clinics. His ,,
Rev C A. Ioberg. Junior and I playing started Wednesday night larger hospitals I I II
return to the store this week was
Intermediate Leaders, the the game was already in the bag
R. Caruthers and F.MesI.dames so far as Miami sport writers were greeted by many f"Amls who were I

Gillis. A. C. Santo, A9St. Story' concerned. Woody Thompson of glad to see him.jack. home. : STUCKEY H

Hour Leader, Miss C. Iarshall. the Herald said, 'The Cavaliers
Young People's Sponsor, Mrs C. will carry a considerable weight I
At the morning hour of eleven.
A. Moberg and Adult President, advantage in the forward wall and
Mrs. D. Young. Pianist Miss Peg- will rule'a heavy favorite to score Sunday at the First Baptist Fertilizer Works : !
Church of Pahokee, the will '
gy Ann Moberg, Chorister Mrs. C. their second straight victory in a pastor
Clark preach or. "Cast Thy Burden Upon : I
A. Moberg, Secretary, Miss decisive fashion. I
Hull, Asst. Mrs. H. 1. Speer.'V. The Blue Devils play their first The Lord" The Ladies Quartet Manufacturers of
will sing. At the evening hour of ..1
M. U. Officers include Pre3i- home game next Friday night
8:30.: the pa.storJoill speak on
dent Mrs. O. O. Gilbert, 1st Vice when they meet Miami Technical
High Quality Distributable
"Render Unto Ceasar Render
Pres. Miss. E. Caraway, 2nd Vice i High School on Lair Field. : I
. Unto God. The musical family
Pres. Mrs. 1. M. Mulli5, Secretary
of choir, orchestra and quartet will Fertilizers and Superior I
Mrs. I. Snyder, Treasurer Mrs. JH I Dr. and Mrs. Rudolph Heath of
the "IlIuminated CrossMeditation.
Wilkinson, Jr, Young People's I Hollywood, Fla", were overnight I ." Sunday School at Poison Bait I
Dr trs. F. G. Gillis, Lottie Moon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bos-
9:45, Training Union at 730.
Circle Chairman Mrs. L. M. Mullis :worth in Pahokee Tuesday . .
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and Business Woman's Circle -- -
H. P. Bass, Jr., of Lakeland Now In Position To Serve You :
Chairman trs. W. Tillis. Mrs. Henry Moran visiting relatives I ,
was a business visitor in this area
Church officers include Treasur- I in Cle\\iston this week. I :
on Wednesday of this week i

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Friday Night I I,II I, II lakes \

I II ii planning ,

Oct. 4 II i" 10 achieve "

tiiP: : .. Ii i I II I II I I a goal # I

t. Some young men know what they train and pan fur it. Others are

I still looking for their niche. The: nw Rcgul.u Army can help both.

a Perhaps you want to go to col1cg but c3n't afford it. Ie you

I Blue Devils enlist in the Army, you'll get your chance. Honorably discharged

after a three-'ear enlistment you are eligible for 48 months of education -

at any college, trade or business school for which you can

qualify The Government will pay your tuition, laboratory fees,

etc., up to $500 per ordinary school year, plus $65 a month living

VS.I .,- aUowance-$90 a month if you have dependents.If .

you haven't found your spot, an Army enlistment offers you
training in any tf 200 trades and skills. You leave the: smice eligible

for further training at the bat civilian 1Choo1s.

You can assure yourself 0/ the benefits 0/ the GI Bill 0/
Miami Tech
Rights i/ you enter the Army on or before October .5, 1946.

See your nearest Army Recruiting Station for details. .


I 1. Enlistments for 143. :z or 3 Jfirl. 4. A furlough for men who rNnlistl.ur
( enliltments permitted for within 20 c.YI. Full detail of other
s men now in the Army with 6 or mUrs furlough privileges can b. obtaw.d
LAIR FIELD 0 i months Clf UrvK') fram U.cruitisg Officers

2. Enlistment age from IS to 34 5. Mu.terinl-wt ray (baud upon
inclusive (17 with p."nu' Ifrt'h cf urvicel to aU teen who
I UNDER LIGHTS :1 consent) .Icept for men now in are discharged to .nllt cr rHnl1tt.
: Army, who may rNnlllt at any age, 6. Option to refire at half pay for
and former service men dfpe1dC1& the test of your Ids after 20 )ears'
I II on 1.n&th of M"lce. "" "-ir.cr.u1rc to thre.yurters
!Ii i 3. A rHrJI\tnwrt bonus of SSI for P l after JO ,..u' ,..ruesMM J'!"
\'IOUS sense f.deral rr.lhUfJ service
each year of active IdVI" since such
,1,3.1 it itI! bonus YoU last paid or Inc. List rants toward r.tum.nL
I entry into service. provided reenhet 7. Choice "f lunch af "rvic. and
I mart II within 3 months after last overse.1theeterof. tLoN still O"ea, )
honorable dlschare. on 3 yar fnutmentL

Ii For this First Home Game Let's Turn Out And Show t.tO THL'

s- ,'", ti oIiistiti a

i: Coach Alley And His Crew We I' Believe In Them! It Cbt1u*4ti tiu.d I.Mu.ul Foot t14pe1 CSI Muter Serpa u lu"h".,rar ta 20 s".Ct; rear,' JO S."lce r"'I':

or First Sergeant $16'.00 $IC7.2: SJ3'.6J
I II I, In Addiuwa to Colui :n 0:e Tschnual Sergeant liS.(kl 87.75 H.M
I'I'' It chi Rige: t0" b- Stall Sergeant . 115A 7 '.;oS JJ&
i for Scni.c Oyer-
I' ,yegut \Ve're Blue Devil Boosters! nut IUI J3'i b.IUU af Mem. Sergeant . lto )0 6' 00 I2.SO

wr 01 Frying or Ciu; Corp\Jul. . ';.;aJ; S5 Si 1.J.2S
Crt. 51( le.rute II' Pay VrlUf Fast Clair 80.0. "l.OO f.oo
i: for Eac>s J YUrt cf Senate
May Be A4Cei Private "5.00 4&'S 84.18

I Pahokee Supply CO. f I

Ust,: "Ware's .1 ltoe'- 1)1Cc tJ
tie Anti.. "" ...,', We ? .., e+! Nero
I footbdtroelceds ee rOlol n o. a
O. S. Bacon, Prop :



Six The E\'erglades Xe\rs Canal Point, Florida Friday. September 21, 1946
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B. Elliott ---------1 chairman of the legislation committee .
Methodist Church I
I I who was in charge of the
To Woman's Club
Canal Point Plans i program.
Big Barn Dance : Mrs. Minnie 1. Hughes and Mrs.
State Representative B. Elliott
Becky Starling of the American
Services spoke on "Proposed Legislation" at
Coming the first social.program meeting Veterans committee acted a9 host-

AT THEPahokee I I of the Pahokee Woman's Club held essses in the serving of refresh-
The Canal Point Methodist Tuesday night in the clubhouse. ments during the social hour. The
Church announces the following The guest speaker was introduced i next meeting of the club, a buaness i-
WhileMigratory schedule of services in accordance by Mrs. Dave W" Cunningham' I session, will be on Oct 8.

with the change of time: .... .
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Sunday School (N V. Maxson, .
Superintendent) 10 A. M. EST. r 1
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Morning Worship, 11 A, M" EST. .
4 sit'.JJoe Marsh
Evening Service, 7:30 P. M. EST.
The sermon by the Rev. William

Friday N ht OCL 4 T. Blair in the morning worship <'. "1"-

service will be "On Being as '. Going Fishing?
Christian as We Really Are" from ."
And Every Friday Night Thereafter the text !in the epistle of Paul to "
the Romans, "For I am not Here's
... ashamed of the gospel of Christ:

for it is the power of salvation Willie Wells aM Buil Each had used his favorite kInd
To hear
MUSIC BY to one that believeth! (Rom
1:16)). Strube arguing abort trout flsh of fly, his favorite rod and his
im favorite place to cast. So over a
The evening service will be in tag, you'd think it wu more
Uncle Harve & His preparation for the month of October porWit than the atom bomb. friendly glass of beer, they al-
lowed how maybe they wereWllbe
in which we shall examine favors dry flies, Basd
which is how
to gether, in our evening services, anything but wet flies.both right - Spooh.poohs
Ragtime Wranglers !our fundamental Christian beliefs. Willie wears by a Royal Coachman many arguments should end.
I In these hours of devotion we shall Basil won't hear of anything From where I sit, if we aU rebut -
I ;
seek the answers to the vital questions the speded one another's different
Admission 75c a Silver Doctor. And by
i iI I that many people Rre asking. time it comes to steel rods versus opinions-whether about trout
I I I I these days: "What does "Christianity bamboo rods . #!X&++!!! flies, or drinking! beer, or voting,
I mean to us to lay! "Why
lot :
life would Le II whole [) 3t'anter"
should I be a Christian!", and But on Saturday, each got back
"How do I go about that task!" from Seward's creek with a. catch
-- ------ - Sermon topics for the month will that couldn't have differed by dare (1"tJ ql".U.IJ
be announced next week. They than several ounces! : 6'Cu vV
PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERS shall be in everyday language and

the this pastor subject.invites The all sermon questions for this on ,,,,'r:ja, ::"J Ue 5ates trlum ". ' :...:U:1

will be "I Believe". .. .
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Sunday, October 6, is World.WideI I

I I Communion people who desire Sunday to to join which in tee aU !'

Sacrament of the Lord's Supper 1
il it are invited, regardless of whether :
II III iti
ROYAL'SI i or not they are church members., I
This is the day in which all Christians \
I around the world join their !
hearts as they kneel at the altar !
and partake of Communion while

I I 1 l2 Mile North I II I we pray throughout for peace the and world.righteousness The. .

minister plans to call on all mere
I III I bers and friends of the Methodist V J
I Canal Point Church to invite them personally to
this service. It marks the end of BASIC
the year of Evangelism in the Crusade t t
II for Christ of the Methodist
FRIDAY & SATURDAY, Sept. 27.28 Church in which the goal of one
million new members was set. In
I our local church, we are well over tit-li--/
our quota, and in the nation as a
PRODUCE SPECIALS whole we are within a few thous- fJf
and of the million mark There-

Irish Potatoes, 10 Ibs ........................ 39c fore, we are asking all members
and friends to join with us at this
Sweet Potatoes, 3 Ibs. .....m.mun........ 29c time in our prayers of thanksgiving Adequate Service

I Onions, 2 Pounds ................................ 15cI and reconsecration.Dr. ,
H W. Blackburn, Superin-
I Cabbage pounds .............................. 25c tendent of the Miami District, was Depends on Adequate Earnings
I! the guest Saturday and Sunday of I
the minister and Irs. Blair He
GROCERY SPECIAlS gave the sermon in the Morning
\\'orship Service, spcakirg on Your Telephone Company is doing the largest
Christian Stewardship, and held volume of business in its history, yet telephone -

Blue Plate Coffee, lb .. ..._. ........ 39c "' the First Quarterly Conference of earnings continue to gq down rapidly.

I Martha \Vashington Coffee, lb. ._.... 35c I: the local church in the afternoon. The reason is perfectly clear. While your tele-
\Ir. and \Irs. Blair wish to thank
white Label Coffee, lb .................... 25c I all of their friends for their gracious phone rate has remained the same for many
Phillips :\0, 2 Cat Heinz Cream of spirit of love and service during years, the costs of furnishing you service

Pork & Beans ..16c Pea Soup ..........13c : their absence.well after Mr.his Blair is have increased. Wages, building costs, telephone -
feeling very opera- materials services all have been
Turnip \o. 2 Can Campbell's Black tion in Chicago, and they are both

I Greens ........__.... 15c Bean Soup .....lJc: I very happy to be home in Canal up so fast that-
Glen .aley Xo. 2 Can Campbell's Cream of Point once more The mount 01 money Paid Out to provide
English Peas 18c Spinach Soup 14c i I The'oman's Society of Christ- service is increasing lute, thin the mount
ian Service will meet at the homeof Taken In. Actually telephone earnings today
With naps Green Xo 2 Old Glory No. 2 Can II \Irs. Frank Wilson on Tuesday,
,i Field Peas ...... 23c Butter Beans 17c October 1 at 2 p, M. are the lowed in our history!
I'I' The Methodist Youth Fellowship It is basic with any business that good service
Shoe String Beets, No. ? Can........... lox will meet in the parsonage on depends on reasonable earnings. To render

Ih Gal Bleech . .......................23c I II I Monday time we. Sept.will set 30 at our 7:30.:new At time that of good telephone service and to continually

Lux Toilet I Soap, 3 for ..... .--....-...... 25c 'II II' I meeting so that there will be no improve and expand it, reasonable telephone
conflict now that school has re- earnings are essential
Plenty of Rice also Flat Sardines I
: I sumed It is important that all
I to give
young people present The amount of Paid Out to proyido
I money
their \ieW3, The next weekly
:: DRY GOODS & NOTIONS : meeting will be at the new time. telephone service is increasing faster than
We shall also plan our Installation the amount Taken In

:: Specials on Children's Dresses and '::' i Service for Officers of the Fellowship the lowest in
I at this time. 2 Telephone earnings are
:: O.s'Vear Ii'I J The Junior Fellowship, for boys history,
and girl from S to 12ill be
Ladies Dresses were 55.95 nor 53.95- 'organized in Sunday School next 3 Reasonable telephone earnings are esien
Sunday. The mttting time will be tial to good telephone senice.
were 88.95 noS5.95 were 510.95 after school and the minister will

1 now $;.95 While They Last : furnish transportation home for all Our public duty demands that we give
I, I boys and girls who ride the bus.
these facts
'Ye have a few Nylon Stockings Left --__.__ you

I", I I,
I M'ers Fountain spent Sunday in
jl Come Look Over Our Hardware 11'Ijl Tampa visiting his wife, Ml1 SOUTHERN lEU TlUPHONE AND mEGWH COMPANY

I We have a few Nails yet, Not $100 Keg Ii Catherine treatment Rice Fountain at the Munlcf who istecehing lMCouourmPage

pal Hospital Ld 1.1 reported to bf

improving niCfJy

Friday, September 21, 1946 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida pge Sever
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I tion. : I I Linda and Mart)' Sellers, Reb1'I Murphy, in Miami over the weekend. -
Cinematic Chatter The story. musical settings, di- Carlton and Sharon Geiger. I ,
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- By Malcolm Millar rection and depiction of difficult I I Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Cunningham I
characters is that nOTES REDUCED
your assurance have as their guest this week Mrs.
'" you are going to witness a screen 'I I TAMPA The Seaboard Railway -
H. B. Pitts, toncks Corner, S. C.
In my opinion the picture to b: classic when you see \ight inParadise. Atlantic Coast Line and
Mr and Mrs. E. E and :
Florida East Coast Railway have
screened at the Prince Theatre,
Edwin Cowart, AMM 2-c, was '
The management has announced family, West Palm Beach, visited agreed voluntarily to reduce rates
Sunday-Monday, September 29-30, I that starting September 29th., the granted a 30-day leave when his I. her father, Frank Friend, and other on canned goods moving in intraState -
Is one of the most beautiful tech- I time changes over the United ship, USS Boxer, C\21, tied up at relatives in Pahokee the past traffic from various Florid
nicolor productions to be screened I States, and conforming to this San Francisco recently and is now week.J. canning points into Tampa and
here in i Rodolph Faulk arrived this Port W. W. Balkcom,
many moons change the show will start at the in Pahokee visiting his parent Tampa
The picture isight in Para- Prince Theatre SaturdaySundayat Mr. and Mrs. Reppard Cowart, and week from Mountain City, Tenn., manager of the Tampa Traffic Association -
dise", starring Merle Oberon and 3:00: P. M. and midweek at other relatives and friendso where he has been employed has announced. The reduction -
Turhan Bey, and featuring, among 7:00 P. M' Eastern Standard Time. Charles McQuaig Jr., this week through the summer, to join his to become effective within
the topnotchers Thomas Gomez. See you at the movies-Mal. had the cast removed from his leg family in Pahokee. 30 days, averages three cents per
Gale Sondergaard Ray Collins, -.. that was fractured in a recent Mrs. Charles Ken n e n and I 100 pounds and has the approval .
Earnest Truex, George Dolenz and motorcycle accident near Orlando. daughter and Mack Murphy visited of the State Railroad Commission,
Jerome Cowan. their parents Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. I Balkcom said. .I'
His father, Charles McQuaig, Sr..
The story is laid in the year 550 who as even more seriously injured .
B C", and un'reels the tale of King in the same accident, was dismissed I : ;
Croesus of ancient Greece his love from the hospital this week and !
affair with a Persian Princess and i joined his family at the home in I i BERRY FUNERAL HOME I :
her elopement with Aesop the Mr and Mrs. Ernest Maxwell of which they are now living in Or-! I, .'
man who originated fables.In Pahokee announce the birth of a lando but will have to continue I '
lavishment the picture is reminiscent daughter Mary Ernestine at the wearing his casts for some time
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of those early days of Everglades Memorial Hospital on )Oet.I Ambulance Service
motion picture spectacles when Sept. 21.Charles. Mrs. C. A. Gay and daughter, I I I I II I
such pictures as "Intolerance" and .- I Allene, and Tom Clements visited '
Pahokee Ph 2301 Belle Glade Ph 247 : tI
"Ben Hur" were brought to the .
A. Baker son of Mr and Mr and Mrs. J. C. Mock and other I I
screen That was back in the Mu. William Baker of Canal Point : relatives here the past week. II I
1920'3 when pictures were produced left Wednesday for Gainesville to Irs. W. J. Belk has returned to I
in no other medium than "black enroll at the University of Florida Miami after a month's visit with
and white I for a three-'ear course in forestry. her son and daughter-in-lay, Mr.
In this picture the Lydian palace and Mrs. G. M. Belk in Pahokee.
setting. dreamed up by Walter I There are five local veterans I Judy Murphy celebrated her PIANOS JEWELRY MUSIC
Wagner, and in gorgeous technicolor taking either postgraduate or reg- sixth birthday anniversary at a
is really breathtaking in its ular courses at the rahokee High party given by her mother, Mr&
granduer and beauty. School under the provisions in the Ellis O. Murphy, at their home in J. 'V, R ASH LEY

The casting of this pitcure shows GI Bill of Rights, according to Pahokee Monday afternoon. Those JEWELER Belle Glade, Fla.
a masters hand and the several Principal D. D Caudill. The stu- attending wen Michael Wilson
dramatic climaxes reached in this dents are William Weathers, Billy Shirley Ann Kincaid, Jimmy Maxwell -
picture have the mark of the work Deloach, David Thomas Marion Anita Cowart Kay Mizell, GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY
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