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Title: Everglades News
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Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Belle Glade ; Canal Point, Fla.
Publication Date: January 4, 1946
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United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
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!iii I THE EVERGLADES Nr:: ::1 7S The Distinguished:Mind'"fhe ProvInces"Prefers Truly



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Volume 22-No. 42 Canal Point, Palm Beach County, Florida, Friday, January 4, 1946 $2.00 Per Year

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I: Caterpillar Concern Citrus Prices Sky County Forces Are Jack Phillips

RECENT I: Gives $400 To Four Building Road To

OPERATIONS Glades Scout Troops Rocket, CeilingsReturned State Farmers 1 l\lart Named New Leader


--- Boy Scout troops in Canal Point, By OPA County road forces are busy this Pahokee Boy Scouts

By Paul RardinI Pahokee, Belle Glade and South week building the cut-off road
Bay each will receive a check for
from Pahokee to the State Farmers -
$100 this morning from the Clew- Because prices sky-rocketed after Market, according to an an- Jack A. Phillips has been named
iston Motor Company (Caterpillar -
can remember when this was removed new Scoutmaster of Pahokee Boy
price
ceilings were nouncement by Paul Rardin. The
E. E.
Cleuiston.
) at (Pop)
a one-crop country. Those of you Scout Troop 23 and started this
road leaves
Kelly is president and general OPA ruled this week that ceilings the Pahokee-Canal
who have been here a few years Point week to reorganize the troop
remember when didn'traise manager of the popular Hendry Will be returned to citrus cln Jan. highway at the Pure Oil
also we
tan Station and runs across the muck which has been inactive for the
beans. county concern and each New 4. The announcement was made
anything much except to join the recently finished State past several months because of the
and killed the Year for the past several years Wednesday.
frost hit
When
a Market Road. The entire Glades lack of a leader.Scoutmaster .
beans-there lull in market- he has sent checks over to the Wholesalers, jobbers and retailers -
was a road is used Phillips called a
crew being on the job,
Glades Scout troops. The checks may well take congnizance of
until another bean was
ing crop Rardin said, including four brand meeting of all boys of scouting
made. That wasn't good for buMness. this year are being delivered by this particular action. If prices
new trucks age on Thursday evening of this
recently acquired by
Paul Hardin of Canal Point. on other commodities skyrocket
It just wasn't good for any- the county for Rardin's Glades dis- I week. They were scheduled to
thing-not even the morale of . .. America can expect price ceilings 'I trict. gather at the home of Dr. 1. W.

those trying to make a living in to be returned. Profiteering and . I Armstrong on Baeom Point Road
unreasonable to be I'
profits are
the Lake Okeechobee Region. PahokeeBaptistVill from where they were to march to
eurbAd by OPA and action in the
Annual Meeting Of I the scout hut to get down to the
I citrus deal is only an example of I
How things do change picked business of reorganization which
up the picking list-issued daily Hear Special what may happen in other lines. I was to include the re-registration
Ceiling prices on citrus were Gulf Stream Scout
and i
for information of buyers I of troop members, receiving applications -
last Nov. 19.
shippers-- ated Thursday, Jan. 3. Series Of Sermons suspended ., of new membership, set-
We'1, my friend, if it had been "Because of the unexpected ,: Groups On Jan. 7th ting a regular meeting date and
price increases in fresh citrus ;
back in the old days (BD) there -- a general discussion of scouting
fruits," said the OPA announce-
would have been seven cars of The First Baptist Church of Pa- plans for the coming year.
ment, "the advisability of restoring -
_ beans and nothing else out yester- I Before
Gunner Berg, famous youth receiving his discharge
bokee 250
hopes to have in Sunday controls has been under consideration !
day. But, not so, there were 110 I mimic and entertainer will be i I, at the Miami Naval Base on Nov
School and 100 in Training Union for several weeks."A .
cars of stuff rolled to the lush guest speaker at the Annual Meeting 28, Mr. Phillips served three years
markets of the north and east. this Sunday, thereby 'getting off statement issued by the stabilization -
of the Gulf Stream Council to in the Navy with 16 months of
administrator Dec. 17, I I
to a victorious beginning' with its be held in West Palm Beach Mon- overseas duty. He and Mrs. Phillips -
continuing the suspension of price
For instance yesterday's shipping objectives for the new year. The control on fresh citrus, directed : day afternoon and night January I and small daughter, Betty Jo,

list included the following: pastor is also hopeful of the entire OPA to keep a clove check on : 7th. Dr. George J. Fisher, Pioneer ,I have returned to their home in Pa-

26 cars of potatoes. membership attending the services, fresh citrus prices at all levels. Scouter and National Scout Com- ..: hokee and be is now back at his
46 cars of celery. morning and night that 1945 I ____ I missioner will install the new of- : oM job in the Pahokee postoffice.

6 cars of escarole. might find aU off to a good start. ficers to be elected during the He was a popular leader in young
5 cars of cabbage. The Lord's Supper will be observed Pahokee PTA To evening. : people's activities in this community -

18 cars mixed vegetables. .this Sunday morning, a Meet Monday Eve i Some 300 Cub and Scout Lead : before entering the service and
7 cars of beans. most fitting ritual for the first ers from Okeechobee, Indian River I with the full cooperation of the

2 cars of peas. Sunday of the }'ear. The church I Martin, St. Lucie and Palm Beach I boys and their parents should
The Ilahok Ilan>Tt".lC'ht'r
covenant will be read and explained : Counties will attend the meeting make this coming year outstand-
.h-ociation will conduct its January
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110 car loads.T by the pastor as his sermon for I to be held at the Armory starting ing for the Pahokee Boy Scout
meeting in the M'hool auditorium -
Ii a t' 9 sumpin. Anyway, I the occasion. Beginning next Sunday at 3:00: P. M. Dow Geiger and Troop.

thought you might be interested to I a series of sermons based on, Monday evening, Jan. Frank P.ozelle, Chairmen of at- ...
7. 31rs. J. R.'ork is scheduled
know that this vast agricultural i upon the 18 Baptist Articles of tendance for North Glades Dis-I

area ships many things these days t Faith, with the printing of each I tel present the program which trict, stated that several car loads Iobile X-Ray Unit
tit III he a forum.
besides beans. The eele.ry.deal- I in The Everglades News, in paid I I: of Scout and Cub Leaders from
you know-ij the biggest in the I advertisement form,will be preachby Canal Point and Pabokee would I

state. Then, too there are a lot the pastor, Hev. C. A. Moberg. Recreation Park i take advantage of the conference. To Visit Glades
of other vegetables that are fast This series will enable aU inte- Rev. O. K. Cull, Veteran Scout I

coming to the front in this great rested to know just what Baptists Leader from Lake Worth will have

growing section. believe. It is hoped that all the Is Popular Spot charge of the 3:00: P. 11. session'I The mobile X-Ray unit of the

-. . i unaffiliated Baptists of this community I,which will feature the entire Scout State Board of Health will be in
i will attend and 'return to I family and will help leaders be- the Everglades next week and the

their first love' by uniting with the The new playground equipment I come acquainted with all phases : following week. Persons to be X-

Pahokee Resident i local Baptist church and again be swings and merry-go-round, installed i iI of Scouting. W. R. McClaftin will Rayed are as follows: pre-natals,

found active in the service of their I by the Lions at the new give a skit on Cubbing and Scout- midwives, contacts, suspects, ne-

i Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. city recreation park on Bacorn ing. Capt. R. 1. McCauley of At- : groes, low income groups, white
Attack
Dies Heart I How did the Baptists originate? Point Road are proving to be a big lanta, a war veteran and director I males over 40, teachers and school

Are they narrow? Do they Believe hit with the children of the com- of Air Scouting for the Sixth Re- : employees, food handlers and do-

I; in Holiness? Why is their membership -I I munity. About every afternoon I gion will speak on Senior Scout- i mestics.
James Wright Batchelor after-I 63. I 80 large? Why do they finds the park crowded with child : ing. H. E. Spangler of West Palm I The X-Ray unit will be at the

died suddenly Wednesday 'I lead in Sunday School? Are their : ren awaiting their turn to swing Beach will illustrate how leaders Canal Point migratory camp on
noon at his home in Pahokee following round and round. ;Jan. 9 to take of colored men
teachings out of line with the : or go can find program material. care
a heart attack Funeral thinking of this present age? Who City fathers after a view uf this' At 4:30 Cub and Scout Leadtrs' and women. On Thursday, Jan.

arrangements are in charge of I is the Head of this religious movement i scene should get a great deal Of will hear Gunner Berg following 10 the unit will be at Azuc.lr when

the Berry Funeral Home and ? What is the fN1I1 of policy? satisfaction out of their decision which he will lead them in a. dis- white women will be taken between

the body will be shipped to !I These, anti the many other ques- I to cooperate with local civic organizations : cussion. Senior Scout Leaders will 4 and 5 and white men between 5

Donaldsonvillt', Ga., for services I: tions concerning 'People Called I in making the rE'creaI I meet with Dr. J. H. Dewey and and 6. Between 6 and 7 colored

and burial. Baptists' will be answered during I I tion park a reality. The park is Capt. R. L. McCauley. The Executive men. The following day--Jan. 11
Survivors Include his wife, Lucy; I the and its civic -colored women will be taken be-
i i this special series of ermons. ,!I costing city sponI Board will mE'etith president i
three sons, W. M. Batchelor, St.i A.i i The usual musical program of I!I sors plenty of time, effort and AU It Nielsen. tween 4 and 6 and colored men

Petersburg and H. J. and C. quartet, choir and orchestra will i i'be I money and wilt cost plenty more i iI' The banquet will take place at between 6 and 9.
Batchdor, both of Pahok: four presented at both senices. The I'I' before it is completed, however, is 6:30 with Alt. R. Neilsen as toast- The unit will be at the Legion
daughters Mrs. J. B DuBose and Ladies' quartet Mesdames Baker. 1 there any better investment than master. Officers for the new year Ground in Pahokee on Jan. 15.

Mrs. Homer Johnson both of Grims Dupere and Moberg will ''an investment in youth? will be elected and installed by Dr. Whites will be taken between 9
Dlakely, Ga., Mrs. Vera Sheffield, -.- and 12 and and 4. On Jan.
sing Sunday morning 'Wonderful I IJesus' I George J. Fisher, National Scout one
11aco1, Ga., and Mrs. Jake Newman 16 colored will be taken between 9
The 'Illuminated Cross'! I Commissioner who served as Dep-
Lake Harbor; two daughters- Meditation Sing' will be presented iSpecial Meeting : uty Chief Scout Executive for over and 12 and one and 4. On Jan.
In-law, Mrs Merrell Batthelor, :; at the night sen'ice. The Class I 30 years. 17 the unit will be at the Pabokee

Salley, S. C., and Mrs. Olive Batch-I Quartet will present two numbers. 10f Rotary Clubs Gunner Berg, Dean of the Scout Migratory camp between 9 and 12
doe, Pahokee; three sisters, Mrs.J. I
The orchestra under tae management Executive School at Mendham N. for colored.
S. Spooner, Pahokee, Mrs. A. of Mrs. 1. Jaudon is increasing I I J. and assistant Personnel Director !I ...
Hoover and Mrs. Jack Middll"- i i
D. ,
in membership with the Belle Glade Rotarians will be will be speaker of the evening.
I I Peter Muller Dies
ton, both of Donaldson\'il1e. Ga.; 20
I I following now playing: Violins guests of Pahokee Rotarians on l1r. Berg has been instructing pro-
grandchildren and eight great I I Mesdames Jauoon and Osteen, T. I Thursday night, Jan. 31, at a joint tensional Scout Leaders at the Na- After Long Illness

grandchildren. Libhart; Saxophones Mrs. Moberg' meeting to be held in the Lions tional Training School for Scout I -

. I II Peggy Moberg and Gloria HenII -I I I Club building in Pahokee when the Executives for the past 18 years. i Peter F. Muller, building contractor -

derson; Alto Horn Betty Batchelor district governor, Fred Bultman of He 15 recognized as one of the nations -I died Tuesday night at his

Webb Buys Burns II ; Clarinet, Blanche Stevens I Jacksonville, will make his official most effective teachers of home In Belle Glade after a long

and Frank Tillis; Cornet, Frank visit and be guest of honor for the Scouting techniques. Because of illness.

I Gillig. The saxophone trio with f\'ening. I his popularity several yean were I Survivors include the widow,

Big Lake Store I augmentation by the orchestra, John Dulany. Dennis Caud1l1 and required in booking him for this Mrs. Anna Muller: two sons, A.

i will render a selection Sunday Paul Rardin are on the committee I negion.I 1. Muller, Belle Glade, and Pete
night. The Training Union will to make arrangements for the Following the meeting Mr. Berg C. Muller Lakeland Gd two

The Glades Lines bus station in convene at 6:30 with a special assembly evening. Special music and a will attend a second meeting of daughters, Mn. J 0 h n Boyde,

Pahokee wu moved on Tuesday of program under the direc- short program will be arranged ,, Negro Scout Leaders held in the MountwelL Pa., and Miss Joan
thIs week from the Gulf filling tion of Mrs. W. M. l'uBo, Associate before the annual message is Episcopal Parish Hall on Sapod1l1a. Muller, Belle Clade.
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station at the corner of Bacom Director The quarterly brought by the district go\'ernor. : lie will speak to the Negro Scout 1 Funeral services will be held at
Point and Belle Glade Roads to devotional 'Open Windows' ha I -- ... Leaders from the five counties ,2:30 p. m. Friday at the Welt Gate

the Big Lake Store on East MAin been received and will be presented Lee Jtffen, mus. 3-c.. of St. Petersburg constituting the Gulf Stream Assembly of God Church, with the

Street opposite the Pahalee High 'at the Sunday morning service.J was the guest of his parents Council. I j I Hev. 11agbH', of the Cewiston
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School building. W. IL Webb, Sr, ---- .. Yr. and Mrs. Dennis Friend !I !Church officiating. Burial will be

local Glades Lines station agent The Re\ Fred Hooks of Macon during the holidays. I Mr. and MIl. 1. H. Kimball of : at WoodlAwn Cemetery, West

who operated the Gulf filling stAtion Ga., delivered the evening sermon -.. ---- I Azucar had u guests during tote Palm Ikacb. .

for the past few years, hu at the Methodist church SunI Y.I Ronnie May, student at Georgia. holidays his brother and luter-tn- ...-

purchased the Big Lake Store from I\The Rev. and Mrs. Hooks are roit- Military Academy, went the half- law, Mr. and 111'3. B. F. Kimball of BtUy Jones Clf Newbern, N. c.. 11

T. 1. BUrN and will run the store j ling Mr. and Mrs. Dtlmar Hook of days with his parents Mr. and :California, also Mr and Mea.I visiting hh parents, Mr. and MtJ.W. .

in connection with the bus stab on., 1 Canal Point. Mrs W. H. MA>. I Jack Jones of Phoenix Artz. It Jones, hrre






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Page Two The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday January 4, 194G
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THE EVERGLADES NEWS Forest Fires In

South Are
Costly
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region

Established 1924 Published Every Friday NEW ORLEANS, LA. Re- Prince Theatre
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance sponsibility for 300 milion dollars'

damage to Southern forests fire
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office by
In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter. during the past decade is placed P.AIIOKEE, FLORIDA
upon a careless and indifferent

haul} Hardin Editor and Publisher public by Clyde J. Basre, southern WEEK OF JANUARY 6, 19J6
manager for the American Forests
Products Industries, Inc., in an
Stars Then and Now article entitled "Tillamook Burn Sunday-\Ionda:

How do today's football teams stack up with the giants Was the a Christmas Mere Bonfire"issue of appearing'in Southern "The Horn Blo\\'s At Hdnight"
of yesterday? Far, far superior, says Lou Little, the Colum- i
Lumberman.
I Jack Alexis Smith
He thinks that this team Notre Benny, ,
coach. Army
bia 'ear's or Of the total national forest acreage .'
Dame's of 1930 could beat any past champion, even the Yale burned in 19H, the eleven Rochester

teams whose lineup included Junky and Heffelfinger, or I.Southern States contributed 85
Michigan in the days of Heston. percent, he states, and adds thatthreefourths '; Tuesday-Wednesday
The reason lies in one word-specialization. Toda"s of the fires were deliberately -'I "El\RL CARROL'S ANITIES"

teams have specialists, men who excel at running or passing. set. This challenge tcI Constance\Ioore: Dennis O'Keefe ..
The older stars were triple-threat men, jacks-of-all-trades the future prosperity of the South I ,
but not supremely brilliant in any line. can be met only by arousing the: ALSO -
Perhaps so, but Little will never convince the old timers public to the need for placing aU 1 "HER
LUCKY NIGHT"The
forest lands in
protected areas
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who saw such men as EckersaIl, Brickley, Coy, Hare and and to the necessity for the en-I\
Jim Thorpe. If they were playing now, following the pres- forcement of forest protection Andrews Sisters, Martha O'Driscoll
ent custom of concentrating on one line of activity, they I laws I!
might rank with the Army's Blanchard and Davis of 1945. I "Forest fire prevention", Baser Thursday-Frida

-Sanford Herald. says, "is the best investment the I "Pl\TRICI THE GREAT"
t t South can make; it will give so ,
much for so little; it will retain Donald O'Connor, Peggy Ryan
Military Intelligence pre s e n t wood-using industries
ALSO
Mother: Do you really think our daughter has a one- which rank among the three largest -
track mind? contributors to the economic "CHINA'S LITTLE DEVILS"
Dad: Yes, and I think there's a troop train on it.-Clewis- wealth of the South and will pro-!!
ton News. vide materials for the expansion of :': Paul Kelly, Harry Carey
now in and for
t plants operation
the establishment of new ones: it 1 1i
The Housing Jam will build new homes, pay increased -i Saturday

People who are looking for a place to live, wondering taxes, fill pay envelopes, and "LA'V l\IEN"
when they can build, should consider the labor situation make all types of business and I The Three Iesquiteers

throughout the United States. Building supplies are vir- I professions--- more.prosperous- --
tually unobtainable for the simple reason that too many EAL\nO GETS HOTEL I
people presumably in that line of work are unwilling to C03unssIOS JOnTALLAHASSEE

make them. You can't get window sashes, joists and hard Governor -:.,-- -- ,
wood floors for houses unless men are willing to cut the Caldwell appointed P. Lee Ballard
trees for the lumber from which they are made. And you of S1. Petersburg as State Hotel
can't get men to cut trees as long as they get paid not to.- Commissioner last week to fill a I BERRY FUNERAL HOME I
Sanford Herald. vacancy that had existed since!
t t i Thomas A. Johnson resigned last ;

FlooredOver year.April The salary. is _t2000 a Ambulance Service I !

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persons a they cup did of tea for.the" two charladies were discussing the A Seaboard- Air Line Railway Ii i Pahokce Ph 2301 Belle Glade Ph. 247 i I

"Then there's Mrs. Arris," said the one in the purple freight train averages 750 tons of : I'1 'II

jumper. "1\1}' dear, er floors-you'd never believe! When 1first load. I I ______ _ I
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started to VUrk for em they was awful) ....
She took a sip of tea and wiped her mouth on a purple !


sleeve"Now," she went on proudly, "after I've been polishin''em THOUSANDS OF ARMY uVEHICLES

three of 'er lady friends 'as broke their legs.-The I
Cocklebur.

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. know. In this one there will be
Cinematic Chatter some tall and handsome dancmg. USE
plenty of rug cutting md sons
Dy Malcolm Mllar SINCLAIRLUBRICAN
I wise ribs.On cracks that will tickle your

I don't know how Jack Benny the same bill comes Paul r

did, (but I am going to write Fred Kelly and Harry Carey in "Chin\'s

Allen for information), but they, Little Devils which is a story
about the struggle that China put
have given him lovely Alexis'
up during the last part of the war
Smith as his leading lady for This story is told in a different z.
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-'The Horn Blows at MiJnightJJ' manner than the average war
which is to be screened at the picture and I'm sure you like it.
Prince Theatre this coming Sun.! Saturday comes The Three Mt's- ;;
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day-Monday. I quiteers in 'Law Men", which is
I don't mean that Jack is not loaded with action I know. _
a nice looking chap, but it seems I See you at the movies-MaJ.
fry
to me that Alexis should have a 4-

leading manith more youth, Bitting Sees Big
more modem romance, more, oh, I 4
you know _ (no offense Jack), Year For Sugar Deal $r tr
Robert Young. But its a swell
show and Jack, Alexis and their CLE\\1STON-With the current: I'
Y4 v!
talented featured players do a:sugar harvest now being ahead of In saving wear ,and.avoiding

swell job In putting it over.TuesdayWednesday I schedule, Clarence It Bitting, president -
comes "Earl, of the United States Sugar. breakdown the U. S. Army
Carrol's Vanities Mr. Carrol,I .
Corp" today reported a bright outlook i
Sinclair lubricj nts in
some will remember, figured in a I for sugar production in the' uses
scandal some years back, when a' Everglades In 19t6.
"Jeeps" tanks and other vehicles. Your Sinclair.Dealer has
raided many ,
stag party was in New Bitting said recent cold snap
York and the police found a young that have penetrated Florida have
the same quality lubricants to reduce wear in your'car.To .
feminine bath in caused
beauty taking a no consequential damage to
champaigne minus all her cloth-'cane, except to very young plants,
ing. Earl did a little time for that, and have proved beneficial in raising -
but when he came out he produced the sueroso content of matur- save engine wear he has Sinclair Opaline Motor Oil. Opaline

a bigger and better vanities and ing cane. stands better and lasts longer because it is not only de-waxed
here it Is on the screen for the first Indications are that the crop will up
time with Constance Moore and exceed any of the recent wartime
but also de-jcllied..Play safe have Sinclair Dealer drain and
Dennis O'Keefe as its principal harvests, providing enough sugar your
stars and a host of beautiful show for a month's supply for every pt'r-
I refill crankcase with Opaline every 1,000 miles
gals to feast your eyes on, but no son In the nation. Both the lAbor your
champalgne baths. situation and the condition of the I
On this same program the An- fields are better than they have OIL IS AMMUNITION USE IT WISELY
drews Sisters and Martha O'Dris- Mn for some years. Company I
coil, with a clever cast offer "Her plantations and independent pro.urers .I
Lucky Night" which happen tobe are now hAn'estmg and
a very nice love story with sending in some fine quality rant MOTOR
i SINClAIR OPAlIN[
plenty of music, dancing and for processing and the sugar I
comedy. ou'U enjoy this story house, largest m the nation, hag
and the singing of the And r\\'S been exceeding its budgeted cane.
Sisters. __.a- Ki.eeIIIIUIII
Thursday-Friday that clever. Puerto Rico has seen the gradual Agellti
pair, Donald O'O>nnor and Peg-' decline of four of iu greater I

gy Ru will offer "Patrick The lndustries-itru3 fruits, needlework .Ij i Belle Glade Florida
Great" which will slay you I tobacco and roUte. ,






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: Good Luck Offered in Many TAO I rau -

Ways to Believers:
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New Year's Day affords everyone 11 '
The Eppley Sisters' Gospel Quintette of Manchester, Pennsylvania, the opportunity to bring himself good
will appear at the Missionary Baptist Church, Canal Point Saturday luck throughout the year. At least rarniers SuppliesHere
evening January 12. at 1:30 p. m. The Five sisters render a deeply that Is supposed to be true according i
spiritual program featuring vocal qulntettes, soprano and alto solos, to several old superstitions con- !
artistic piano playing and numbers on the following instruments; cerning the beginning of a new year.
Vibra-HarpIViolin! Electric Hawaiian Guitar, Saxophone, Accordians i The "First Foot"-the first person
and Cathedral Chimes. Theirl recent concert tours have included leading I to enter the house on New Year' i at Kilgore's you are almost sure to find
churches and Radio stations in United Statea and Canada. Thousands -
,
have heard this group, churches have been crowded to capacity morning plays a exactly what you want. Whether it is
significant role in thefamily's
and many turned away. They have appeared in many churches of 35
seed fertilizer fungicide insecticide we
future or
for7 ,
different denominations the past tour years. The girls are graduates
of Wheaton College, Wheaton, Ill., the Dunmire School of Music, Har- s tunes. He must be a probably have it.We .
risburg, Pay and are at present special vocal students of Messiah Bible dark man to bring I
College, Grantham, Pa. The public is cordially invited to attend and J good luck, but if he
urged to come early // f also brings a gift and have spent years making an extra effort to
/1 "carries in"
than he "takes more out," stock the many necessary items needed for
BACK os nit: JOIIBARTOWliarold clation with the Florida National
.- I group on January 1. then the house is as- successful farming. Try our store when you
sured peace and plenty for a whole
S. Day Joined Mr. Day has accepted a position year. The most auspicious gilts as need something
the Florida National group of I with the Florida National Bank
luck.bringers are a lump of coal
banks when he became organizing and Trust Co., at Miami as vice and a red berring .
president of the Florida National I
.president and director. The Miami Unmarried persons are advised to ,
Bank at Bartow In 1929, and who look out of the window on NewYear's
served as Its president until Jan bank has $57,000,000 deposits, second -
morning. If
CALL uS WHEN 'VE CAN BE
uary 1943 when he was commis- only to the Jacksonville bank you see a man, it is

sioned a lieutenant in the U. S. in the Florida National group. Its a sign that you \\U OF SERVICE
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be "
Naval Reserve, resumes his &sso-I president is L. A. Usina. (fore the
I year is out. Should
- you see a horse, you J
can have a wish, and iii "
I- it will be realized
I II II I within the To I
year.
see a dog is lucky, KILGORE SEED CO1
but a cat foretells worry.A .
Dog Racing
I little care will make it possible
I' to bring oneself good luck for the

I entire year. Wear Phone 3201 Pahokee, Fla

< \VOIlLD'S FASTEST I & something new, ifV'
possible, on New
I 00 Year's Day, but the .
GREYHOUNDS "" :""

i garment must be ._ -lPIANOS___-____
put on when you -
first dress in the
IN ACTION NIGHTLY
_, morning. Receipt of '
a gift is certain to I JEWELRY MUSIC
I (except) Sundays) carry luck. Wish everyone you meet -

I I "A Happy New Year," but remem-
II I rI her when the greeting is given to J. 1V RASIILEY
Hj cross your fingers for luck. Be sure
I Daily Double 2nd and 3rd races 1 to say "rabbits" as the first word JEWELER Belle Glade, .13.

when you wake before anyone has

Nine quiniela races had a chance to peak to you. GO 'ro CHURCH SUNDAY
Love's
: i progress will be aided on
New Year's Day if you are careful
1 to put on the left stocking before the
right. The potency of this charm
J i No minors admitted is supposed to be increased if you
do aU things as far as possible left- I r
I I handedly during the day. II I
i To OPIlO a bank account on New I
I
Year's Day was considered lucky I

+i iI All racing tinder state racing in Old England, the custom growing Insecticides &
probably from the belief of many
I! commission supervIsion centuries that whatever you do on l
the first day of the year will be an
indication of what will happen during Spray Materials
the months that will follow. I i

In some parts of England and Scotland -
PALM BEACH it is supposed to be unlucky to ''I
leave a house until some outsider 1 FERTILIZERS
has first entered it. ;

KENNEL CLUB ---e.----- I
;;1 1VE UELIVEU DIRECT TO TilE FAInt IN11'HATEVER

Oppo..lh' Iorrhon FIrM C.\I.\ C.\TTU: S.\U: I
i II QUANTITIES YOU nESIHE
I On ilehtdert' IloadI'e.t !
'
IIt':1rh The sale catalog for the January :

l : __ .._ 1:101: 18 Brahman sale at Ocata'I D.D.T. DU31 or J.4h : inE
I comes off the press this week with,
60 head offered by 21 consignor .: i iI
11 )ill TO YOUR SPECIFICATI NS FROM !
I Included are 20 bulls and 15 fei i
I males described 89 "('omln 2s" o r I; OUR STOCK Of

older, as well as 17 bull calves and

I eight heifer calves. The offering ii! 50 )per cent or 100 per cent
: Canal Point Machine Works is considerably more on the ma-

I I Ij I ture side this year, and should be,I II :q!
j : uniformly higher quality than last,
I Manufacturers Of I :! CUT \VOH BAIT
I year's record sale. A. C. McN'ur-
len Umatilla will cry the ale: III
IRRIGATION AXU DRAINAGE I'UMI'SIll'IRAUIC
'
: FOR HAND on AIiPhANE DISTHIHUTIOX
I I and T. J. Durrance, Brighton, wil I

MOLE DRAINS comment on pedigrees '!,

WEED CHOPPERS I ---- - e -
I I II I I'E

..I
I South Florida vegetable growers! +' \\ GUARANTEE: TilE qUALITY Of OUR
the ot thState's !
now are seeking aid e
: One 10 toot weed chopper ready for delh.eryI I !' iI
i congressmen in their request
I MATERIALS A\rJ TilE PERCENTAGES
: One S foot one ready on short notice. I for suspension or modification ii
I I ;I II II I of the ODT's high dtmurrage !I OF IIXTIJHE AS UEPHESETEnI'
I I i on railroad refrigerator cars. Eo !I

:I'E : W. fans, chairman of the transportation :
: HAVE DRAG LINE CABLE IX STOCK ;
of
I Ii division the Florid
Vegetable committee, SAid thI I'i i:

i .I present charges ot Ill $22 and SH
CA\AII POI\T PIIO\E 531-. O. BOX 466 for the third, fourth and succeed :

I I I Ii :'ing days, respectively after a cat : M. P. Holman Inc.

I is placed on a siding, are 3.rming
i w. MANUFACTURE E\'ERYTIII THAT'S !farmers financially. "We rt'Cognlze ,
; that there 13 a shortage of rein i''
MADE OUT OF IRON FOR USE IS
TilE GLADES i gtrator can and that drastic action I'HOSE 63t I'AIIOKEl:;. FLA.Friday .
was necessary, but the ODr II
I
II I I .. I action 15 too drastic," Inns acited. .
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Page Four-.-- -- The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, January 4, 1.946
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!ping center of Florida. He said i
: l\lrs. 'Vilson's Three
PahokeeRotesIn that the immediate future would

make the Lake area even greater ; Sons Discharged

than Sanford had ever been during.I I I
Year End Program
its 34 years of celery production.He : Mrs. Maude Wilson and daughter -

substantiated his assertion by Miss Sadie Wilson, have mw d
Gaze Into Future 'quoting facts and figures as they back to their home in Canal Point I I ( i I
pertain to cost of production and from Georgia where they lived t
1 quality of product. i io I I while her sons were in the service

Pahokee Rotarians heard several The lake area, Mr. Clause said, i I All three of Mrs. Wilson's sons i

of their members last Thursday can produce celery in 80 to 90 days who were in the service have now

ten what they expect in the while it takes 110 to 120 in theo received their discharge papers. =-
Sanford area. Cost of land pre-' T-5 W. E. (Junior) Wilsij wa.v
forthcoming new year The program -
paration in the Sanford section discharged from the Army at -
was under the direction of handicaps that area when corn Camp Blanding on Dec. 27 after ,

Pete deMoya and proved to be one pared with the Lake section, he: 3-1 months in the service lie was :' ,mss, i
'
of the most interesting programs : said. Pahokee Rotarians, who overseas in the European-African

in several weeks. grow beans for a living, learned theatre 2t months and in the Pa- I
Homer Clause, sales manager a great deal from Mr. Clause in cific area seven months. There

for the Everglades Growers Cooperative js talk on celery, its production are four battle stars on his rib-

celery growers and and marketing. In his concluding bons. Francis Wilson was dis-
shippers, predicted that the Lake remarks Mr Clause predicted that charged from the Navy at the

Region would soon become the out- Iceberg lettuce will soon come into Navy Convalescent Hospital in
standing celery growing and ship.M00IRN heavy production in this section. I Palm Beach several weeks ago ando

1 : Olaf Boe said that "merchants Jack Wilson was discharged from
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.: have been backsliding" during the the Army last July after more 0
past few years because they didn't than four years of service, spent

have to use salesmanship to sell I mostly overseas, in the Medical
their merchandise. "The story Corps. OMELEi1tCIPt

will change about the middle of I _- .... _ SP\i ey ." hot .ater. _
: this coming March" Boe said. I eggs, 1 table'P grated" n.
_
GIRlS ST/1L o "We'll have to do some actual i Billy DeLoach Is : U" 1 of chOPped parsley have-salt, pepper, ,=-=
and learn how to be each .. w1l\tes -=
selling again
tablespoons season- -
LIKE SPINNIN6 WHitiS I Injured In Service 2 'fo =
1 p -
cheese rWorcestershire
courteous to the buying public, and pap".a. h. t=
...BUT THEY WANT chives sauce and and add
I Boe concluded. I I until thick .whites .-=
FOUR OFT//EM... ... : John Dulany, manager of the Billy DeLoach, fireman I-c. <<. 1\eat yolk' and told with eBB but- :: :=_
i USN, received a hip and back Injury until st cut rielt en.ngh -
AND aOOD BRAXESiM Pahokee State Farmers Market, and p p 5' mi"
talked on prospects for new crops I in line of duty on Nov. 4, according ter, salt remainder 01 Season.melet.pan. Turndd and

in this section. He also pointed I to word received by his and ater bottom sides of slow fite tileri Place In -
out the value of cooperative mark- II parents. Billy has been in the t. grease and cook over
t eting. In commenting upon 1946 ,, service 18 months and overseas tare intO pan light btow'n underneatb.drY.D.. riot ov''' --

Mr Dulany said: "This Is the new-!i one year. He is now recuperating oven until t.p I' 01 .m eletfold one
t est New Year that we can :''at Fleet Hospital 114 and expects = Lo."n edge t. a hOt P late _
I cook .n
'r imagine." I.I to be moved to a hospital in the over other, u. s t. takes _
S"
B. Elliott, state representative United States in the near future. I hat serve at .nce. set..1 wi"
when
II
Ford dealer and cattle raiser, said In the DeLoach family both and tastY snack r.11. an d
/; that prospects in the cattle industry father and son served in the armed =-" a quick buttered cheese
aren't forces during the war. Billy's 0 crunchY
as bright today as they JAX'
have been in the past. "We know! father, W. C, DeLoach, served in frostY
Ij that the price of cattle will go : the Navy two years overseas before I

down before long," Mr. Elliott receiving his discharge several r
Even GOOD BRAKES said "%Ye sold cattle for 5c ten I months ago. = ; I" -

sometimes fail. If they years ago and today we have re-,' . .
ceived 13.7c. This condition cannot -
do . and you're not in- exist much longer. It is sure I Iowa Visitors In

sured . That's BAD to change," he said. I Canal Point Home !
Rev. C. A. Moberg, pastor of I
BREAK Better
see us
the Pahokee Baptist c h u r c h, :
today I Mr and Mrs. Frank 11. toil on
brought the program to a close byI
telling what he expects In the way have as guests through the hoIi- I
0 R. LEECH of day season Mrs. Wilson's brother I
religion during 1946. He predicted -:
that 1946 would be the and sister-in-law, Dr and Mrs. A.I I
ISSURANCPt PAIIOKEC L. Sundberg, of Laurens Iowa, I
greatest year that P a h 0 k e e L }
and another brother and sister-in-
churches have ever had.
_
a law, Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Sunberg,

--- --- - I and their two children, Eleanor
'I
Ann and Gary, of \ Iowa.JJL'

a : e'a'a t tI

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: ..Oft S.\LE: 13 lots in Northmoor =- and -

i Subdivision, 75 ft. x ltO ft., restricted -j =.. -
in Belle .- -
Glade.
$750.00 -
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: terms. C. A Bailey, Belle Glade, ---
I Florida St. Dec. It ch. --
I Ottie
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i FOIL S.\LI': FARM LAND 4-5 -- SPICY -
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acre tracts on hard road, less' -- combination. BEER =

': than 2 miles from Post Office, I A gl rand testY.tuting JA'/ -

I $500.00 per acre.. C. A. Bailey, OMELEt and who drop b'l
I Real Estate Office, Belle Glade.St. I Iriendl

Nov. 30 ch. I . ,perfect to Serve w yeas Celebratio
I
1e
your enjoy ==
LUST Little jersey cow, solid tan = to join
color, had about 20 feet of rope Add to the list a resolutethe Drink
on her at time she disappeared. .
$10 cash for information leading legional beef i made elpec- __
line brew
'
the .
to her recovery. N. E. Padgett, I a It's oath
friendl\.ip.
Bacom Point road, Pahokee t4piI I 01 the distinguil\.ed enrich '

:- sally to suit noted coy its gol
I \
I II
1v ; FFIt' FOLKS have overlooked .,. '
I the statements for subscription I EEEEI eastern tastes mellow-gpOdneSS.Aavor.

1 that we mailed out a few weeks I ... who call, 01
ago. Those who fail to send a I Friends
check before the first of the years I Y el...101 '1oUI ..serV e 1rlt'l'

will have to struggle along Ie Irel\lment. regional
v.ith-I
ea it in 1946 out The Everglades Xews. : I lot tute.appealing your own, JA'/, the great

I IITI
: 0. EXPIRATION of your'

subscription is on the name label'on brew
In furtherance or activitie3to
our your paper. Take a squint at

it. If it is in arrear, please send 1 :"." yJAK! -
extend: and improve telephone er\'ice along the check for renewal. We --" '" joyrar7dyy #'\-

don't want to lose you from our 5\ J !r /rtnrIet t tI =

for famlent telephones Mill become large---family of readers. =.::f. ___ _ r.y p'S!
a
re- ----- -- -
ron S.\U: 'fwo dairy cows, one
t : ; t ;
young heifer soon to be fresh; J4'1 iiji
alit in 19.16 for a large number or the also one 6-inch irrigation pump.J. .

E. Altman Canal Point 122pnm !:! ffl1H111lI1tT!I

rural resitlents "lto have been 'aiting for S.\I.E: Westinghouse electric

stove in perfect condition Par-

tltenl.SOUTIIEIN. rish Jewelry Store, Pahokee. Fla. DISTRIBUTED BY

St D2Sch 1
1
BELL TELEI'IIO AND TElEGR.\PH Co ron S.\U:: Beautiful pinto horse, i!
Connell
irCORroRIrco gentle and wen broke, also factory I Shelley
I built horse trailer, can be'j 1 1i

j i sten at the South Bay Police

Dept, must be sold at once cheap. B1i".LLE GLADE FLA.

Officer B111 Forkum, South Bay,

Fla lte r





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Friday, January 4, 1946 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Page Five

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OES Chapters HoldInstallation A.V. C.R. Denton Harrington, treasurer, junior;warden S. J.; I Five Kautz Boys Bible Class Plans PTA Groups Get

Baggett, secretary: Rev T. A.I i Early Date Banquet $93 Each From Rotary

Of Ferguson, chaplain; Perry E. Hall, In IVorld\Varll -

senior deacon; F. G. Gillis, junior Announcement as to the date of I Canal Point and Pahokee Par-

deacon: T. B. Wilson, tyler. Absent the forthcoming banquet of the :ent-Teacher Associations are richer

New 1946 Officers : were D. W. Cunningham, newly'' Walter Kautz, firemr \ 1-c, ar- Pahokee len's Bible Class will be today by $93.i5 each as a result of

elected senior steward, and E. A. Iid in Canal Point in time to made this Sunday All members, : a little fund divided by the Paho- i

I Jensen, newly elected junior stew- spend part of the holiday season I active and prospective, friends and I kee Rotary club the first of the -.
Members of Pahokee and Belle' ard, who \\ill be installed at a lat- with his parents, Mr and Mrs. service men including those dis-I year. The sergeant at arms of the

Glade Chapters, Order of Eastern er date. John Iactz, Sr., while on a 17-day charged, are most cordially in- J Rotary club assesses a ten cent

Star, and Everglades Lodge 211, I I Mrs. LeFiIs was presented a leave from his station at Newport, vited, hence, should make an effort -: fine on every member who arrives

F&A11, met in the Pahokee Masonic worthy matron's pin by Irs. R. I to be present Sunday to re- :late for a meeting. To this is added -

Temple Friday evening for a Aleese Cherry, retiring worthy I' I.Mr.. and Mrs. Kautz had five ceive the above information The I a donation each week of not

joint installation of newly elected matron. Mrs. Cherry and lrs. sons in the service during the war. Class Quartet, a favorite in these more than lOc per member-any-

officrs. I Bess Lyons were presented with i All have been discharged except parts, will present its usual splendid I thing from one penny up is okeh.

Mrs. Gertrude Grasnick of Lake past matron's pins, with 1lrs. Hu- Walter and another son, Roy program, accompanied at the, At the end of the year the fund is

Worth, grand elects, was install lett Denton and Mrs. Dorothy Kautz, warrant officer (jg), who i piano by Gary Sanders. I evenly divided between the two

ing officer for OES. Grand of- Graham making the presentation:; has been in the Navy two years I The first quarter of the new I PTA groups.
for the two All installing I .
ficers assisting her were Mrs. : chapters. !' and is now stationed in the Tokyo I year will find the lessons based I -

Nancy Cox of Lake Worth, installing officers received gifts from the II' 3rea upon the Old Testament, with par-: Guild Members To
marshal; Mrs. Ben Lyons chapters. A third son, Cpt. Herman Kautz ticular reference to the children

of Belle Glade, installing chaplain Following the installation cere- ; received his discharge from tha of Israel, a subject most timely to Meet 'Ved., Jane 9th

and Mrs. Beulah George of Canal monies refreshments were served I Army at Camp Blanding on Dec. be sure, in view of the present I
Point, installing organist. I by members of the Belle Glade 29 after 31 months in the service question of Palestine. The teach-i Members ot St. :Martha's Guild,

Pahokee OES Chapter officers I Chapter. with 18 months overseas in the er, Rev. C. A. Moberg has spent Episcopal Church of the Holy
Pacific He has five I considerable time Nativity, will meet at the home of
installed were Esther LeFils, 1. area. battle on the subject, i
stars his ribbons. and should be heard l1rs. Norman Kennedy in Pahokeeon
worthy matron: Dennis Friend, on Herman is I with interest.
worthy patron; Iva Snyder, as- Watch Night Service now with his family in Pahokee I The class enrollment numbers Wednesday, Jan. 9, at 8 p. m.

sociate matron; J. W. Barrett, as- Rich where he plans to go into the radio over 100 and is growing rapidly Mrs Thomas Bregger of Belle

sociate patron; Etta Mae Friend, Experience repair business, the same kind of toward its objective of 200, thanks Glade will have charge of the

secretary; Iia Howell, treasurer: work he was dOing when called by to an increase almost every Sun- study program and discussion on
Edna Barrett, chaplain; Aleese I Those attending the union watch the armed forces. day. The class aim of 'Brotherly "History at the Episcopal Church
I night service at the Pahokee Meth- in the United States..'
Two other Love In Action'
Cherry, marshal; Dorothy Graham, sons, both technical was beautifully
i
'I _
odist Church on New Year's Eve e
demonstrated last week with the
organist; Jennie McKinstry, con-i sergeants, were discharged from
ductress: Jessie Barnes, associate i found in it a rich experience well the service several weeks ago, I special offering received in amount : Mr and Mrs. W A, Stevens

conductress; Mabel Young, Adah; worth repeating every year. John Kautz, who was with the $101.30 for a 'brother in need'. A were called to Archer, F1a. this

Ruth Carpenter, Ruth; Mattie Lou I The group first gathered in the Marines three years and three most cordial invitation is extended -I week by the serious illness of his

Keen, Esther: Sadie Barwick, Mar- social hall of the church where month, and Henry Kautz, who I' to all unaffiliated men, visitors ,I mother who will be 93 years old on

, tha; Grace Rosenberg, Electa; I Steve Brown led in the playing was in the service four years and and service men including those Jan. 28. Their daughter :Miss

Juanita Culberson, warder and of games with both children and eight months. recently discharged to attend this Nancy Stevens, accompanied them

Ellsworth Keen, sentinel. adults having lots of fun. After -- -- Sunday, Lions' building at 9:30. to Archer and then went on to

New officers installed for the the recreation period refreshments Messrs. 1hurmond Knight and Leo. Tallahassee to resume her studies

Bell Glade OES Chapter included of cookies and punch were served Sneak Frost Gets Wroten will serve as greeters the at Florida State College. for YomI -

Ruby Bailey, worthy matron; Joe by Armstrcng the WSCS and Mrs.with Pauline Mrs. L.Rice W Mess Of Beans next quarter. I en.

Cherry, worthy patron; Helen Morris in -
charge. -- -
associate matron: Charles A sneak frost-you know, tile
The watch night service was
Maynard, associate patron; Mar- I kind that slips up on you when
then conducted in the church audi-
tha Freeman, secretary; Esther you are least expecting itruined -
torium with Rev. T. A. Ferguson I
January, treasurer; Gladys Williams I Ii {! a mess of beans in the Lake
in charge of the program of songs,
marshal: Edward Murphy, : meditation and prayer. Guest min- Region Wednesday morning. Not 4 January 31I
chaplain; Sally Stein, conductress; i I many folks were looking for a I
I I isters who led in the singing and
Peggy Royal, associate conductress frost and
some growers were real-
delivered brief New Year i I
; messages I IIi I
; W. L. Cunningham, organist: Iy surprised Wednesday morning i
Rev. Carl A.
were Moberg, pastor!
Mary Schlechter, Adah; Dorothy Ii when they inspected their bean I
:
of the Pahokee First Baptist I
Scarboro, Ruth: Abbie Zumpt, I Church; Rev. Moore, pastor of the I fields and found them devestatedby : THE LAST DAY

Esther: Mary Anderson, Martha: : Church of the Nazarene and Rev. the killer. The damage hit some I M
Arther Lee Maynard, Electa; Ore- fellows pretty hard and skipped
Richard Heller, pastor of the Can-
tha Kirchman warder and Wen- others there
completely. Anyway
I al Point Baptist Church.
dell Lyons, sentinel. area bunch of growers who aren'ta I 4 FOR MEN NOW IN THE ARMY TO
Frank L. Anderson of South I ... bit happy this the fourth day of

Bay, past district deputy grand ,8AnTOn' FOLKS VISIT the New Year..... J. RETAIN THEIR I PRESENT!: GtADESI
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master acted officer
83 Installing 1 I
for Everglades Lodge 211 and inducted Col and Mrs. E. O. Williams of Gene Herring returned home 'f REENLISTING.
I .
the following new officets. Bartow were guests Sunday in the I Saturday evening from a visit with I

Ellsworth Keen, worshipful master home of Mr. and :Mrs. Grady Boynton prelatives in Graceville and Head-

; D. W. Young, senior warden; of Canal Point. land, Ala.
.u'l' now in the Army she re. HIGHLIGHTS OF THE NEW

enlist before February 1 sill ENLISTMENT PROGRAM

be reenlisted ill ITdrresellt
- 1. EnlIStments for Ill. 2 or 3 years.
grade. Men honorably dis- r 1''fllr fnlitp"t! p.'rr' :tted for men
THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. . I with muntha'
)
n' v. In Army tI it'rvlre.
charged can reenlist Jrithill 20
2. Enlistment ape fhars 17 to 34 year
days after discharge ia the inclusive, l'ICp: rlJr r.\t"n now in Army,
who may rft'nllst at any ace.J. .
grade they lick! at the time of Menreealistusgretainprewrtgrades: ,

?/ I rftl discharge, provided; they r- if they ret'nht within 20 days after
') IyI s fy discharge and before February I, 1946.
enlist before February 1 t 1946. 4. The best pay scale, Medical care,
tojt food, quarters and clothing in Army
history.
t, Tllt'rt" a lung list IIf attractive 5. An increase in the reenlistment
reenlittnent privile::ea in the bonus to $50 for each: year of active
service since such bonus wit last paid,
\rlllt'.1 forces ) ,
Ill'\\ lIulan'Ih'rruilulI'1I1 or since list entry mto M'rvce. a. -
Art IIf 19 13. Tla 6. Up to 90 bYI' paid furlough, de.prndmg .

) (h/A ability tn keep lour presentgrade on length of service. with fur.
lough travel pud to home end return,
1 r, I i k only one of theta, hut for men now in Army ,1.0 mlist.
this privilege expires onJanuary 7. A 30day furlough every year .t full
a od r II IIyy 31, P4)
8. Muaterinr-out pay (based upon
length of service) to all men who are
There are plenty of other discharged to reenlist.

rra..om tirhy' many thou..amh 9. Option to retire at half pay for hie
after 20 yun' service-increasing tothreequarters
of men ha\c(enlisted anti inure
pay after 30 yean' per.vice. -
r thou:an.h are t'nli..tju; eticry AU previous active INtra mill.tary .
dav. You'll service counts toward rttiremenL
,_ t t't'rtainh' want to
b
1 10. Benefits under the 01 kith CifItiibtl.
( know all of the opportunities .

open 10 gnu. If pm11 read 11. Family allowances the term of
enlistment for depetsdc di of men who
YI thrill carefully I you'll know
enlist before July 1, 1946.
Nlty a juh in the: new pf03re- U. O +rtmty: tJ learn one or more
time Hrularr01); j. being c.f 200 skill .r.d trNn.
13. Choice if branch of service and
regarded today "The He"t
a+
overseas theater in the Air, Ground or
i dr .J Job in the Worlcl." St-rvice Forces on 3.yur enlistments.


KKN.1RR
MONTHLY
PAY PER MONTH- UTIUIttNT
s.or'I It,
-. v ENLISTED MEN Gast e bePer INON[ Anu:
20 fror,' 31II hor,'
r: "( don't know what they'll weigh tillers' dried grains have a much greater LJddul I I. Food, lodri1r, Master Sergeant u'.fl Service; Service

up, Judge, but my cattle md poultry sure feeding value than the original grain Ius." Cloths 11I4 Medkit CaT' C'r Fiat Srrp ant $1 J8.00 $ri.7O '155.25

rove been tettin' fatter since I started to OLD JUDGE: "Have trouble getting a Technical Sergeant IH.W 1-,10 J2S.2Sf.
any
use distilll'n' dried grain in their ration:' all you need?II .)-Mu. 20': Increase for Statf Srrgtant %.00 62.40 IO .OO

OLD JUDGE:uYou.re about the tenth one Service Ov..rs..u ,0 j Plus Srrge+r , ;8.0 50.:"\i 81,7
HARRY: "Yes at times even though the SO" if Member d JolymC Corporal . h.OO H.C) 1.t21
oho has told that HaIT '. How do
me ) you Crews. p..ucnUtllt, etc I c)
distillers 1.2OOOOJOO: pounds of
for it?II produced Private First Class 54.00 n.lo JJjS
account
-Plus S. Incff'aM m Pay
it for the year endin'1ast June. I hope they'llin foe Each 3\'..n 01 Se.-YKe private . 50.00 JZ.50 S6.2S
1l.-tRRr; "The b.product recovered from in 3 position to produce 3 lot more
grains USl d by distillers is wry high in vita- next )'car."
min and content It's the best feed
protein SEE THE JOB THROUGH
OLD JUDGE: "Then I guess nobody can JaNUST HOW Ar YOU' NEAIUTU
to balance the rations
supplement can get tell you grain is wasted in distilling:' U. So AU4r IflUlllNG STATION.
teed livestock and poultry
we our dairy COWS 4fFi OOV
Mixed with original grain these dis- HARRY: ":\ot me. Judge , I know," ta, .
Comeau Building
BE A .

"GUARDIAN OF VICTORY" West Palm Beach
fA"abrtisrssr.ttpawrr/C./rfff/t.f Ab Bwoete t+.{sr+ws.tr
.. AIR, GROUND, SERVICE: FORCES

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Page Six The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, January 9,1916

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># sponse. This week however, I was r solving our problems. than- was :i I
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TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY delighted to receive from my good mine, which simply spotlighted 1 1
friend Lee L. Baker of Clearwater I i the goal but did not chart the ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO.
a letter that expressed his personal road. : i I
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reaction, with his I
together re- We wish to thank our many friends in the Glades for the I
vised version of my message as I I Will Make NewsreelsState's business which they have given us in the past and for their
(By Russell Kay) expressed in the verse above. I understanding and helpful attitude toward us during the
.. He writes. "I studied your card.i ii Of Industry years while we were mainly engaged in the preparation and
i I liked the plain black and white,I II I maintenance of Airfields for the Army and Navy.
For I have made I
many years a I decorated only with the silver star. I TALLAHASSEE A $2jooO. Once again we are able to resume peacetime operations and
practice of writing my own Christi!I No doubt it bears a good message. i contract for promoting Florida I offer you the same efficient and courteous service which it

mas card3. Somehow, It seems tome However, I wonder if you were I through newsreel publicity has has been our endeavor to render in the past. The service we I
that the average card, found..il careless in the implication that an I been awarded the Hamilton Wright offer is complete, from landscape designing to a finished i
in the shops, fails to tell the story ideal social system can be built i organization of New York State planting job" Our Nurseries are stocked with a wealth of :
that should be told. My card I i out of presently available human !Advertising Director Roy c. I selection lovely trees, shrubs, vines, potted plants etc. awaiting your I II i

list has grown over the years until I I material. There is the thought I Beckman announced this week. I
it now runs well over a thoUS- I that sometimes an inward look is He said 30 films will be made of ,; i, We invite you to stop in and visit us at any .time and will i

and. It is quite a chore to address!I necessary before society as such Florida agriculture, industry, rec.reation appreciate your continued business i

the envelopes and prepare them r may be helped by anyone I am and travel, to be released E. TINSLEY HALTER, President. I

for mailing, but I get a lot of I sending you my rewrite of your to national newsreel companIes. At NURSERIES: 1100 Southern Boulevard (Route No. 25 at I

personal pleasure and satisfaction verses, My verse is bad, yours is least 16 v.i1lbe distributed to I : City Limits), West Palm Beach, FloridaHALSEY I
from doing this. As I address I good. Your theme Is overlY-5Weet movie theatres.
each one I visualize the person to mine may be over-bitter" His The project will begin in Janu- I

whom it is being sent and in that verse follows: ary, Beckman reported, and some I

way am brought closer to them. I'Peace on earth to men of good I of the films will be released to -. :
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This Christmas my card took the will, television stations.
form of a verse entitled "If we I Peace to the stricken we failed to . .
t
Understood" kill.
Intended
as a time- '
ly Christmas message to all who The bells ring out and bid me heed A SHORT. SHORT' & GRIFFITH, INC., 313 DATURA STREET

seek the answer to permanent I A brother's distress and a neigh- WEST PAUl BEACH, FLORIDA, WISHES TO EX-
PEAC bor's J: ed. NEW YEAR'S STORY TEND SEASONS GREETINGS TO ALL OF THEIR

It read as follows: I hear much talk about BROTH- FRIENDS AND CUSTO IERS.

IF WE UNDERSTOOD ERHOODIn "Cee, It's funny how that habit
WITH THE COMING OF THE NEW YEAR 'VE ARE
an ideal world built only of
'Peace earth toward
on goodwill which the folks instill in us during
EXPECTING THAT DELIVERIES WILL BE STEPPED
men" good. childhood helps when stranded in a
The Christmas bells ring out But as part of such world, I must big city of strangers where I UP ON -

again, confess know no one in particular," Netta Underwood Typewriters
Bringing their message of hope I would make of the structure, a Carson refiecte t as she mused over
and cheer, terrible mess. the evening newspaper. Marchant Calculators

For you and me and the world to That habit which had become so Sunstrand Adding Machines

hear. I'm deficient in patience, in self I much to the Carson family was to Ediphone Voice Writing Equipment
If we'd only listen and only heed, control, door resolve to do-a good deed
Turning our thoughts to'others In courage of heart and in depth for someone during New Year's Day Mimeographs
needs, of soul.I In recalling her life at home, she Filing Cabinets
came on an idea and then
We would find that PEACE in a.jO'OUS am not self-forgetful nor kind jumped Steel Desks & Tables
to the
practical application. Netta
enough, I II
life,
I Carson sat down at her desk and Aluminum Chairs
Free from bitterness, greed and I am lacking in discipline, poise'
took a fountain in hand. She
pen Steer Safes
strife. and stuff.
I I II wrote to the owner of the office build-
The qualities needed are not in me.
ing in which she worked. Her purpose \re suggest that you send us your order so that we may
Though the path be rough and the' That the ideal world of peace may
I'I be.Yet I was to tell him about the notify you as our stocks come in.
be dark, '
way wonderful service Jed, the diminutive -
In the hearts of men there lives beginners are here. Men must I elevator boy, was giving, though Expert repairing and overhauling all types and makes

a spark become able. I none of the other building tenants of office machines. Our repair department will be glad

That some term God and some Christmas" itself beg a n in a I took the time to appreciate it. It to gin you an estimate. All work guaranteed,

term Love, stable.
J
A Christmas gift from the Source The old expression "more truth

Above. than poetry" might be applied to r,,' I I'i

Linking us all, if we UNDER- Lee's message. He was dealing [ u_ _ _
STOOD, with concrete facts while I was indulging -

In one great worldwide BROTH.ERIIOOD in propaganda. I do not

consider his verse bitter for it is i I s 1 1s
"Goodwill toward men" is the true that the peace we all seek,
magic key lies buried in the hearts of men. It A Servant of the Glades

To the PEACE on Earth we hope as individuals we would each an- rr.As194

to see. alyze our own failures and misgivings .
One never knows how far such as he has done and strive

seeds of thought may go or what; to overcome them, results would ',, 4 Buses To Miami

reaction they may have on the be amazing. With this thought in N JAUUARY To West Palm Beach
reader for they seldom bring any:: view I pass on Lee Baker's verse

thing in the way ot a direct rev as being of far greater value in \ Daily To Ft Iyers & Lakeland

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Music . . ----... ",. Glades Iotor Lines, Inc.


TIlE LASTING GIFT New l"ear-Xew World. SERVING TIlE GLADES"

Can you imagine anything more appropriate than a musical was almost a month later when Jed
instrument of some lind There are no new ones available stopped and thanked her and informed .
at present, but we do have modern styled, new appearing I her that he had received a
We also have several thor-
lirrApianos fully guarant'ed. two dollar raise on the strength of
oughly reconditioned band instruments.
her praise and appreciation of him.
The most complete stock of records and record albums avail- 4
Another letter written to the
able, both classical and popular will be found in our storE.. I
I chief of which \
police the of
praised
Plan now to make MUSIC the answer to your gift problems.It's .
thc lasting gift keeps on giving happy listening hours. fleer on the beat near where her
We invite you to our store to see our selections rooming house was located, she discovered -
: was responsible for the of-
BRUBAhER MUSIC COMPANY I fiver receiving a promotion.A .
note to the head of the depart.
The I' lm IWaflat" Io.t Complete Iu-.lc Store
ment store where she bought her oThanks
I'HONI:11iS 206.n.TI'n .'.
ItE.1C11r
WLST \1.1
.. ...... stockings and other fineries of life,
praising the timid little sales girl

-- --- I at the glove counter, resulted in the
- - : moved to better
\ girl being a counter - -
-not to mention a raise in pay. '
' I During the course of that New I
Year's Day she wrote and mailed
i 1 Ilolllogellizetl about two dozen such th3r.k-you letters !
: : to firms, officers and other em.ployers. .
, Thanking them for folks

that other folks appreciate, too, but At the start of another year \\'Cvish
: Vitamin D IilkI never seem to find time to thank
: I .--.- to take time out and extend our sincerE

I I The new medium priced Frazer to the
! thanks and appreciation many
' : -0--0-- automobile \\ill be placed on display I

I: I I this month Fenderless it is II 1 folks in the Lake Region \\'ho have

: I beautifully styled in chrome, plas-
AVAILABLE AT YOUR
: I tics and lucite It \\i11 have 100 II i made our business a success. We expect

: i GROCERY STORE wide horse-power seats will motor permit Extremely 4 persons !!I, during this New Ya1' to have a much

i -0-.0- to occupy- the back seat in-comfort. if{ heavier and more complete stock of


I The Birtish steel Industry produced Ii merchandise, and, naturally \\'C'ant

i LFA and about castings 13,000,000 annually tons during of ingots -: ii" all of you to visit us more often.

the war. I I'0' -

I;
Almost one-half of the people

on earth live on incomes ranging I i Western\ Auto Associate Store
from 14 cents a. day doto 1cents.

', Phone 20 Belle Glade Fla I 'I
I I .... I I. M. LAIR Owner PAIIOKEE FLA.

; .1.1I I The goshawk hurts any living I
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Friday, January 4, 1946 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Page Seven

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Humble Oil Company Contraption Would NEW CLEANERS DUE , ,;

To Drill Test Well Locate Hurricanes ra 150/0 DISCOUNT TO ALL

In Co
Hillsborough
ORLANDO-In a now-it-can-be-I SERVICE MEN

told story released recently, the
TAMPA-Humble Oil and Refin-
I We handle fine clothes for men and women-manufact-
ing Co. has made location for the I War Department said a device
I ured by Herbert's. They are tailored to measure and sure
drilling of an oil test in Hills- which is called a static or "sferics"
I to please. We specialize in Ladies' tailoring.
borough county, Fla., on the T. S. direction finder saved countless r I
Jameson lands, approximately 20 i lives and
aircraft in the Pacific I
miles southeast of Tampa and just:and holds peacetime possibilities. AL BELCHER

north of the small community of The device, a close secret during

Picnic. I the war, records static and can locate -I BOX 876 PAHOKEEI ,
One of Humble's three rigs now I the position of a storm within
in the state will drill ,
operating a radius of 2000 miles. The find- a ) I I'
this well. Preparations for drill-i er consists of a cathode ray indiI __ J
ing will begin immediately and cating tube similiar to those used -- -- -- -- --

drilling operations will probably in tele\isionand radar sets and 3 ? --
within two months. I
commence
I two mutually perpendicular receiving -
Humble's fifth well at SUMiland I I loops and amplifiers. ! WANTEDrn !
is drilling below 6,190 feet, the I
; Although developed in wartime, n : i I IIi
Treadwell well at Punta Gorda is i:"sferics" began as a scientific pro- Line Truck Driver and Line
below 13,261 feet and the Carlton .Helpers! !
I:ject at the University of Florida {Ii i I
well in Highlands county is drilling in 1934, the aim being to track ;: : Steady Job, Good Pay. I i iI
below 12,804 feet. I I down hurricanes by mEans of the I ,
. i static associated with them. P-"
'" Apply i
:
DETROIT First
In the advanced stages of its long-awaited
NOTICE OF TAX APPLlC.\TIOS DEED FOR I wartime development, the direction postwar cleaners move along line
at Eureka vacuum cleaner Florida Power & Light Company I
(Senate Bill No. 163) I finder was put to combat com I i iPahokee
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That I pany plant. Worker winds cord on
BerUe E. Walden holder of Tax Certificate -'tests in a simulated theatre of war;
No. 6000. Issued the 2nd day at the AAF Center in Orlando. a lightweight upright unit of new Fla. I !
of July A. D. 1928. has rued same In "complete home cleaning system"due
my office and has made application I . .. in stores soon.Ohserve - J
for A W deed to be issued thereon.I
Said certificate embrAces the following I
dfscrlbed in the ------- ----- - -
of --
Palm Epach.property State of Florida County to-'A1tj l\lrs. Weathers And ==- == -- -,
Lots 16 &; 17 lock 1 Eucalyptus Holiday ,
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Park as In Plat Book 8 page 4.a I i 1\lr. Gallo\vay Married !: I I II
The assessment of the said property I !
under the saId certificate Issued was I'
I In '
10 the name of Unkno'i'll. Many Ways : I I Ii
Unless saId certificate shall be redeemed -I Mrs. Lillie Weathers of Pahokee i iI
according to law the property and William Franklin Galloway of i
decnbed therein will be Bold to the L
highest bidder at the court house door IIndiantown were married at Stuart The name January Is derived from 1946lThe
on the First Monday in the month of I i on Saturday, Dec. 22, the vows the two-faced Janus. He
god, was
February, 1946, which is the 4th day f fI I
of February 1946. I were read by the justice of peace. originally the god of light and day, I
19-15.Dated this 15th day of December, I Mrs. Galloway has been a resi- however, he gradually became the future in the Everglades is 1
J. ALEX ARNm'E. Clerk dent of Pahokee for the past eight god of the beginning of things.

(SEAL) Beach of Circuit County Court, Florida.of Palm years and before her marriage was The beginning of the year was ; blight '
Publish: employed at Burns' Dry Cleaning sacred to Janus and a festival in his I
Dec. 21, 28 1945 and Jan. 4,11,18.1945. Plant on East Main Street. Mr. honor called Agonia was cele- I

___ _ _ _' Galloway formerly was a resident brated. At the beginning of any im- Here at Betzner's Hardware store i
of Pahokee where he was associ- portant undertaking his aid and
in Belle Glade
\ve arc particularly I
advice .
sought.He
ated with Hull Packing Company was
1'"t and also did some farming. For was worshipped as the guardian anxious to load our shelves with new
the few he has been one of trade and shipping and he was
past years I
merchandIse which will be avaIlable I
rnIWllfJl'1lt.s of the most successful farmers in the inventor of agriculture.,
I the Indiantown area. - before many months. There arc so
In addition to secular celebra-
PIIMECOLD making Mr. and their Mrs home Galloway at the are GaUo-now Lions, many religious denominations many things that \ve want to have in I I

WAVE way farm near Indiantown. hold Eve special from 9 services or 10 to on 12 New o'clock.Year's i stock for you when you come that it i I

HOME KIt The Methodist Episcopal church : would be almost impossible to enume- :
lach kil conlains Hull the earliest
was to adopt this custom
OUDCtl of SaloD.tyP'. { rate then1. Before the war \\'e took : I
solution with 11aIia A t, m USE
&iuues 60 Curlers,cotlon 60 appli.tad ct-i ... 666 I pride in saying that you could find it : :

utor Dt'Jlr.lizu iostructioas.Ind desollfy2 fo 3 I here-no matter \vhat it vas in the : ;
complete Hours of HomeMiller's
I Cold Preparations harchvare line. I

Drug Store IJluld, Tablets, Salve, No'o Drop' i I

I'horw 3nl Canal Point Caution Use Only As Directed r
with the beginning of a new year :

1 .
\re are again proud to be a part of the !
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-- - I jI j vast agricultural area here on LakE : !

I I 1 \ ti Okeechobee and extend a cordIalvel.. :I I I

; Thal1ls To Our Patrons For come to everybody to visit us when in i

Ii i need of llardwai'erBetzner !


I: The Past Successful Few -



IouthsOf Business o P .r+ Hardware

I I ,

I I

To the best of our ability \ve have endeavored I Last day or 1915. I Belle Glade i

to supply most of the demands 1 night tom and senices.II they are called "watch- I II i I

of our patrons and with additional I :I In 1944, St George's Methodist I -
Episcopal church in Philadelphia
o'f i held its 175th watch night senice. - -- -- -- - -
releases merchandise --- --
The church was founded in 1769 and
hope and promise better service and in 17i0 held what has been called the
first such services in America. Many I
more merchandise this yeai' : other churches are holding such
I services today. : To The Builders


We Had A lerry Christmas January 1 is-I-legal holiday in I I IaU '
of the states and the District of Of The Everglades
i : Columbia. It was not until after 1918,

and \\'e hope everyone enjoyed a similar ; however, that the date became a leI -
I
gal holiday in Mass3chusetts.: I

event and now \\want to extend I With the exception of war time, I ) If you are planning to build, you will
the date is a legal reason for liberty I
I to all the wish for . i iI I for Ue sailor and soldier. Yes army : need . . .
and navy regulations specifically I
f state this fact. Concrete Blocks Portland Cement
A HAPPY NEW YEAR! I To quote from the navy reg-JIa. i
I I lions: "The first of January-and I i; Steel Windows Masonry Cement

I such other days as may be desig! Rock & Rock Screenings
I nated by the President including I!
II I : the day of national Thanksgiving, i I
:I wan be designated 35 holidays: on
board ships of the navy and at all :
naval stations. I

i. Royal'sStorej --- ,
i I I II I
I If you will hang your SUit on a
I hanger while it still retains body ,
heat the wrinkles will fall out i
I Canal Point
; more easily. I
-- .____ __ I CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS
1. 1. Horde Manager I; PHONE 2501PAIIOKEE.
I culy half of Seaboard Air Lire
i P-\Uway's U14 miles of track Is I FLORIDA I

! now Wd with l00-pound (100- i
1 ___ : __ -" _" _:- pounds to the yard) rail



Page Eight The T..tverglades News Canal "Point. Florida Friday, January 4, 1946'

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Mrs. W. Smith and son. Dwighspent t Barbee Head Ian Peanuts are now being manufac-! I.\RYL-\SD FOLKS VISIT
the
with
holidays Mr. andMrs. tured into meal and flour, as well i
- J. J. Smith in
Gainesvi1'.Je. With Peninsular
as salad oil, oleomargarine, peanut 1 Mr and Mrs. George W. Mitchell
A. I. Davis and his
brothe"l Tom
butter, and candy. II and Mr and Mrs. Charles Ely and
'I my Davis, are visiting re'.aUves .. .
Donaldsonville, Ga. in E. D. Barbee of Belle Glade is -- 'daughters, Elizabeth and Joyce,

Mrs. G. B. Phone 2082) top agent with the Peninsular Life To freshen stale cake or rolls are the guests of Dr and Mrs W.
( Ramey, Mr. and Mrs. Artb'.dr
have return Bus and Insurance Company of Jacksonvile wrap in a towel and put in a'I C. Young this week. Their homes
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Jenkins and I family j to their home for the year 1945 for increased slightly warm oven for a few sec: are in Aberdeen, Md. The Mitch-
here after
his daughter, Lucille, and grand- resW.tt in Wenoua) business in the industrial line, it ,onds before serving. : ells are Mrs. Young's parents and
N. C.
,
Eon, Weldon Cardin, have returned a year. was announced this week by the ... Mrs. Ely is her sister. They will
and
from a visit with relatives In Mr Dry A. H. Dalton and I Jax concern. Mr. Barbee has been The road runner can easily out-I return to their Maryland homes
children
Brunswick, Ga. former Pahokee resi- agent for Peninsular in Belle distance a team of horses. next Monday.
Mr and Mrs. B. W. Wood are dents, sr;ent the holidays visiting Glade, Pahokee and Canal Point !

visiting relatives in Georgia this her p'nts, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. for more than four years. Being

week. Cr o.C'bY, in Pahokee. first among 700 agents is no mean ".
Mrs. W. H. Jones entertained task and Mr. Barbee is happy over,
Ben S. Waring is a business A Church
with a dance honoring her daughter his success. Baptist
visitor in Madison Fla., this week-
I er Zella, on her 13tb birthday an- "I am deeply grateful to my

end.Mr. I niversary_ Friday_evening at.I the many friends and patrons who
and Mrs. H. L. Jaudr..n hadas Woman's club. She was assisted have made this splendid record Covenant

guests during the holl..days her I by Mrs. H. T. Williams and Mrs. possible," Mr. Barbee said. "With-

trother-in-Iaw and sister, Mr and W. H. May. Games were played out their excellent co-operation it

Mrs. M. H. Rovlnsk'h of Tampa.Mr. after which the guests danced. Re- would have been impossible for I Having been led, as we believe, by the Spirit of God,
and.Mrs. D.. C. Bargeron and freshments were served to approx- me to have achieved this record" to receive the Lord Jesus Christ as our Saviour, and on
children of Jrrua.mi visited Mr and imately 40 persons. Mr. Barbee will be compensated by the proCession of our faith having been baptized in the
Mrs. Charles Kennen in Pahokee .. the company with a trip to New name of the Father, and oi the Son, and of the Holy
this week Orleans for his excellent achieve- Ghost, we .10 now in the presence of God angels, and
this assembly, most solemnly and joyfully enter into
W. A. Mauey. is seriously ill at A ment. covenant with one another, as one body in Christ.
his. nome In l'anOKee this week.Mrs. I
Jimmy Sharp was able to I RETURNS TO COLLEGE We engage therefore, by the aid of the Holy Spirit to
return home this week after un- walk together in Christian love; to strive for the advance-

dergoing a recent operation at St. Among students returning to ment of this church in knowledge, holiness and comfort:
to promote its prosperity and spirituality, to sustain Its
Mama Hospital, West Palm The first baby to arrive with the college this week after spending worship, ordinances, discipline, and doctrines; to contri-
Beach. New Year at the Everglades Me- the holidays with relatives here
bute cheerfully and regularly to the support of the minis-
Mr and Mrs C. 1. Burns and i I mortal Hospital is the daughter were Betty Lou Pickett Emory try, the expenses of the church, the relief of the poor, and
son, Michael, 'of Seattle, Wash., lof Mr. and Mrs. G. R. .low'IlSend University: Betty Jean McLarty, the spread of the gospel through all nations.

are visiting his brother and sister- of Belle Glade, born on Tuesday, Betty Speer, Nancy Stevens, Dorothea -
Louise Sims We also engage to maintain family and secret devotion:
,
in-law, Mr and Mrs. T. L. Burns January 1. Since a name has not I Carpenter
to
educate children to seek
religiously our ; the salvation
Sartoris Nellie Latham and
been chosen, all we can is Nicky ,
in Pahokee.Mr. yet say I of our kindred and acquaintances: to walk circumspectly
and Mrs. Robert O. Lamps Happy New Year and many of Lois Byrd, Florida State College I in the world; to be just in our dealings, faithful in our en-
and children spent the holidays them, Baby Townsend! I for Women; Sam Lovell and Dill I gagements, and exemplary in our deportment; to avoid
with her parents In 'I'ampa. Other births at the Everglades Shirley, University of Florida. all tattling, backbiting, and excessive anger. To abstain
'
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. McLarty and Memorial Hospital: .. I from the sale and use of intoxicating drinks as a beverage -

son, Claude, of Okeechobee visited 'I Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Miller of Pa- CARD OF THANKS and,to be zealous in our efforts to advance the Kingdom -

relatives in Pahokee over the hokee announce the birth of a To my brothers and sisters in I of our Saviour.We .
I'
weekend.Mr. daughter on Sunday, Dec. 30. Christ to my Masonic brethern, to I further engage to watch over one another in brotherly -
and Mrs. L. L. Shirley and Mr. and Mrs. Hosie Suggs of my sisters of the Order of EastI I love; to remember each other in prayer, to aid each
daughter, Peggy Lynn, visited Canal Point announce the birth of I ern Star and others: This is to' other in sickness and distress; to cultivate Christian

Mrs. Shirley's mother, Mrs. Par- I a son on Wednesday, Jan. 2. thank you one and all for your sympathy in feeling and courtesy in speech; to be slow
rish in Parrish, Fla., during the -. ... :prayers in my behalf; for the many I Ii to take offense, but always ready for reconciliation, and

holidays.Rev. The synonym for prison is spelled j i I beautiful flowers sent me during mindful of the rules of our Saviour to secure it without

aDd Mrs. Fred Hooks and two different ways in England I''i my illness; for the many express- tl lay.

granddaughter have returned to and in America. In England, gaol; I ive and beautiful "Get Well" cards We moreover engage that when we remove from this

their home in Macon, Ga., after a in America, jail. It is pronounced II sent during my convalescence, and place we will as soon as possible unite with some other
visit of several weeks with rela- the same way in both countries. last but not least, thanks for the church, where we can carry out the spirit of this conven-
tives in Canal Point and Pahokee. I ..rThe I many Christmas cards so recently ant and the principle of God's Word,"

Mr and Mrs. Lewis Friend and Seaboard Air Line Railway I recei\'ed.
I Paid Advertisement of the
family, Mr and Mrs. J. W. Cru- averages 250 passengers per train Thanks again, First Baptist Church, Pahokee, Fla.

thirds and family, and Mr and I I operated. I G. S. Collier. .."

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