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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: January 25, 1946
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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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PalmBee.ch. Population S SCo. THE EVERGLADES I".1 4:1S" Distinguished".fh-fiuJy; -,


"I__ 1945 112,094 Census__I J ;4 Set 41 __The Mind Provinces"Prefers : .5



Volume 22-No. 45 Canal Point, Palm Beach County, Florida, Friday, January 25, 19-16 $2.00 Per Year



r Free Band Concert Vinson Henderson Rotary Governor First Of 3 Units

RECENT # Has Texaco Place To Visit Pahokee

Scheduled At 3:30 -,. For New Church To
OPERATIONS : The Texaco station in Pahokee, The Rotary club of Pahokee will
operated recently by Ed Cushman, welcome Fred Bultman, Jackson-
.. Afternoon of ville district of Be Started At Once
Sunday Is now under the management governor Rotary,
By Paul Rardin Vinson Henderson. The new operator next Thursday evening at 7 p. m.
announces that be will car- at a special night meeting of the
Last Wednesday night a large
A treat is in store for music ry a full and complete line of club. The Belle Glade club will
congregation of Pahokee Baptists
Railroad crossings in the PahokeeCanal lovers of the Pahokee-Canal Point Texaco products and extends an meet with the Pahokee group to
and friends was present to hear
Point area are a pain area with the Pahokee High imitation to his old patrons and bear the district governor deliver
the report of the 'fmdings' com-
( in the neck. There are no signal School -piece Band, under the friends ta pay him a visit in his his annual message. Dennis Cau- mittee, Means. 1. Jaudon, Chair-
lights to warn the motorist of ap- direction of Bandmaster Robert 0.Lampi new location. dill, John Dulany, Paul Rardin,
man, Horace Unwin 'and Wiley
proaching trains. Then at times scheduled to present its Joe Alderman, V. C. Denton and
Tillis, relative to the possibility of
when a train approaches-it stops first concert of the winter season Elmer Jones compose the committee -
entering into the new building
and stays stopped many, many in the high school auditorium on Parking Meters To to make arrangements for the program immediately. After prayer -
more minutes than the laws allow. Sunday, Jan. 27, at 3:30 p. m. An governor's visit. and Scripture, the 'Dlumlnated
rm referring specifically to the excellent program has been ar- . .
Cross Meditation entered
Be Installed Soon Sing' was -
sugar mill railroad spur between ranged and everyone is invited to Pahokee Schools into from which emerged a
Pahokee and Canal Point. Several attend this free concert. The program I
times during the present cane har- is as follows: City Of Belle Glade Lead In 2 Drives ; the spirit like of of humility which is and unusual.unanimity

vest season this particular cross- I Band Numbers Following the recommendation
ing has been blocked for an unreasonable Symbol of Honor .... ...._.... Mesang i Pahokee high and elementary of the committee, the congregation -
length of time. And, AIda Overture McCaughey Present plans of the city council schools led the county in the re- !. voted unanimously to proceed
while it was blocked there was no Footlifter March ...... .. Fillmore in Belle Glade call for immediate cent Junior Red Cross drive by with the building of the first unit,
red light set out to inform an un- Klaxon March Fillmore I installation of parking meters in ;' raising $132. The schools also the Mens' Bible Class building and
suspecting public that the train Circus Parade. ... ... . Yoder ; 4 blocks of the business section. I'I stood at the head of the list in Fellowship Hall, 32 by 100, then
was there. The FEC crossing at Clarinet solo, by Eddie Hodges :Meters will be installed on Main I I the county in the TB seal sale, the Sunday School building which
the light plant in Pahokee is a Lightning Fingers .. Fillmore street from the bridge through garnering $107. And, tOday it I will accommodate 500, closing
killer. In the past sudden death Band Numbers town to the Everglades theatre looks like the Pahokee schools may with the auditorium which will
struck there and Monday night an- Crosley March Fillmore corner a distance of two blocks lead the county in the Marc of accommodate some 400 comfor-
other auto-train crash injured two At the Gremlins' Ball. Hill and on Avenue A from the inter- Dime campaign. tlbly. tessrs. E. Keen and T. B.
boys-one seriously. I am of the Auditorium Session ....... Moffitt section d fain street to the bank ---- . Wilson were added to the above
opinion that something should be Man of the Hour March ... Fillmore corner, a distance of two blocks. VISIT IS 11.\1I0Ktt committee, said group to proceed
done about these dangerous cross- I' The meters are being furnished Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Cary and as the building committee. Themeeting
Rawls
ings. In fact, I've made up my Saxophone solo, by Billy by the M. H. Rhodes company of two sons of Iarianna and Mrs.G. closed with the congrega-
Sax King .. Chenette '
mind that something MUST be Hartford, Conn., and will be in- H. Goldsmith and son of Rhode tion on its knees, thanking God
done about them. I have letters I Band Numbers i stalled on a co-operative plan until Island are guests of Yr. and Yrs. for the 'go-ahead' signal.
out to the sugar company, the Trombone Special Keller I paid for a city official said. Luke Fraser and Mr and Mrs. At the close of last Sunday
FECRR and the State Road Dept.I Student Prince Romberg
I Plans call for installation of 136 Jchnny Thomas in Pahokee. Mrs. morning's service, the congregation -
have no idea what the answers Trombone Triumphant ... Keller I meters in the four blocks. It will Cary is the former Miss Juanita formed a chain surrounding
will be, but, this section has been His Honor March .. .. . Fillmore !
I cost Ie for 12 minutes parking or Lee and Mrs Goldsmith the former the property of the new building,
treated like a red-headed step- Southern Cross Overture Yoder I 5c for an hour. There will be no Miss Evelyn Lee both of Iar- with prayer by the Chairman Clf
child long enough. Other, busy All Hands on Deck March charge on Sunday, holidays or ianna, and sisters of Mrs. Thomas the Deacons, H L. Speer and the
have signal lights on dang- Davenport
areas evenings and Irs. Fraser. singing of "Blest Be the Tie that
erous crossings. Why not in the Star Spangled Banner Fillmore Parking difficulties have been --... Binds.__n__." Ephesians 3:20.uNow_ _, _ unto -
Glades? Whether some folks know arrangement... ; experienced by the viiitors in Belle Him that is able to do exceed-
it or not-the Glades is FAST -- -- : Glade during the past few years A. A. Poston ing abundantly above all that we

growing up. I State Rep. B. since Belle Glade started growing I Barney ask or think, according to the
---- .. .. --- Elliottj by leaps and bounds. Clerks and I power that worketh in 111:' is the
tore owners rave p Irked their Candidate R. R Job building program verse bf Scripture. -
Iethooists Plan Seeks Re-Election cars in front of their places of bus- .
.. .
iness and allowed the customer to ---
shift for himself when it came to A. A. (Barney) Poston of Lake
Revival Feb. 17th. First candidate for a county of- finding a place to park. The meter Park, Dist. 1 county commissioner, I Maybe You Got
fice to qualify for a place on the plan will rectify this matter and qualified with Secretary of State ; Sumpin', Governor
Democratic primary ballot was give the customer and visitor an' R. A. Gray Wednesday as a candidate I
Plans for a revival at the Pahokee Rlp. B. Elliott, Pahokll, whO paid even break with the early comer to succeed Eugene S. Matthews TALLAHASSEE Gov. Millard
Methodist Church were announced his filing fee to Circuit Clerk J. on the streets.At on the state railroad com-; Caldwell Wednesday scored Sen.
by the executive board Alex Arnette Tuesday afternoon a recent meeting of the ml95lon. I:John Beacham's 1945 act prohib-
at a meeting at the church on He will run in Group 2. chamber of commerce in Belle Poston is secretary and a past iting the holding of bond elections
Thursday night of last week. First elected to the Legislature I Glade that group went on record president of the state association at the time of any other election
The services of Dr. and Mrs. It I! in 19U, Mr. Elliott Is seeking aI I as favoring employment of a city of county commissioners, and has t'.as an impractical measure"
1. Flowers, evangelists of Texas, second term. Born in Bell Falls, manager. Other civic groups are served the organization M legis- i Caldwell aid that Beacham, of
have been obtained for the revival I'I Texas, March 13, 1902, he came to I sponsoring such a move and it Is lator. He is the fifth candidate to Palm Beach county, had fixed it
which will be held Feb. 17 to Mar. the Lake Okeechobee region in I I possible, and highly probable, that :; qualify for the position from which so that 'under the recent act passed -
1 Inclusive. Named on committees ,,1922 and engaged in the automobile I a city manager will be put to work :i Matthews will retire at the end of by your senator the county will
in charge of arrangements were I business. In 1934 he was ere the passing of many moons. i! his present tfrm. The others are never float any bonds in the
Dr. L. W. Armstrong, B. S. War- I elected a member of the Pahokee Belle Glade, in the midst of growing i! F. D. Akin of Miami, H. E. Moore county."
ing and Frank Rozelle, publicity: i city council, the only other public pains is already too big a city I of Tallahassee Wilbur King of lol-I I The governor saM the act tied
Rev. T. A. Ferguson music; Mrt. office he has ever held. to continue its progress without i fo Springs, and A. William Morrison -, up the county so that the percentage -
1. 1. Stuckey, entertainment: It1v. I He is a charter member and the direct guidance of some fun of 1fiami. : of the electorate necessary -
Sanders, B. S. Waring, T. 1. past president of the Pahokee I time person clothed with au- \i Jerry W. Carter, the incumbent, for approval could never be
Bums, R. J. Simonson and L. L. I Rotary Club, a past president of thority. b the only announced candidate obtained on any bond issue.
Stuckey, finance; Lloyd Hundley,! the Chamber of Commerce, a I .. I for the other railroad commission : -.-
c. C. Cruthird Slater Brewton, I i charter member of the Pahokee membership subject to election
I Church or God
i Jack Phillips, Mike Sanders and Masonic Lodge:a charter member New Bulk Station I this )'ear.
Melvin Spooner ushers. I of the Pahokee Elks Lodge and has Coming to Florida when he was : Launches Program
Plans to open additional parking served three times as exalted rul- (Planned For Pahokee I but a year and a half old, and --
spare for cars east of the I'I tr At present he is serving as reared in this State, Mr. Poston' The church of God Youth Per-
church grounds were discussed.i deputy grand exalted ruler for i Shaw Brothers of Miami are re- I was last year lauded by county sonal E\'angilistic Union under the
Mr. Burns announced that new I Florida East. modeling the Pure Oil station on i commissioners for his "loyal and direction of 11r9. J. M. Gresham
carpet for the church vestibule will For several years he has served East Main Street opposite to the : unselfish service to the commis- and Robert Powers is launching an
be installed this week. Preceeding a9 chairman of the infantile par- Elks grounds for use u a bulk : sion during the past .years." lie I Evangilistie Program, with the
the meeting a supper was served alysis fund drive in the Everglades gu and oil station as well as a I was succeeded Ly John Prince as I help of the entire class and hopes
in the social hall with Mr. and area and is a director of the Palm retail filling station. Two cottages II chairman of the county board a that this program will be u tar
Jafrs. L. L. Shirley and 3ofr. and Beach County Red Cross Chapter.A have been moved to the rear of year ago. \ reaching as the progress of the
Mrs. R. J. Schroder acting as host member of the Methodist the station to make room for the "Mr. Poston.s outstanding ability church has been In its i short his-
and ho.stessu. Church, 301r. Elliott is married and series of huge underground storage 8.3 a county commissioner and leader tory.
... has four children. tanks that are being installed. \ in county administrative affairs The Y. P. E. U hu Its regular
Freshmen Furnish During the 1945 Legislative session The stucco house included in the has been recognized in the State meeting Friday evening beginning
he was especially active in behalf station property is being remodeled ," the board's commendationread. at 7:00 P. M. The program consists -
Rotary Program of legislation affecting the for use as a residence for the ;i of special singing, prayer and
Everglades section of the county. new manager John Eo Wi190n of i First elected to the county commission Bible study There Is a different
Freshmen members of the Pa- Rep. Elliott said Tuesday he Fort Lauderdale. Mr. Wilson will In 1932, Poston was made program director each tvening.
hokf't Rotary club-Otto Coleman, will make known his platform as move his family here u soon uI board chairman by his fellow mem- Tom Miller will be in charge of the
Chile Alley, Orin Bacom, Eo J. the campaign progresses. I the house is ready for occupancy hers in 1935 and held that poet service this evening. The public
Carlton Claude Shirley, Ed Cush- r.Mr. .---- and his two daughters plan to en- I up to last year. : fa cordially Invited to attend these
man, John D. Rogers-fumihed and Mrs. James Edward roll for the second semester at the I .--. services and enjoy their benefits.

the program at 'esteroay's meeting Thompson and son, Lowry Pres- Pahokt'e School. ... Station .At Ford Earle Chance
of the dub. The freshmen sley, of Due West S. c.. have arrived --- -- Y.r.E.u. Reporter
members ptt3t'nted some kind of a in Pahokee for a \'bitith I Love And Pickett Place Again Open I Special Announcement:
I'b\'let in pantomime and our,his mother, Mrs. Margaret Thomp- : I' I The Y. P. E. U and Sunday
dictionary says pantomime mean I son and sister. Mrs. Ora W. tAre New Rotarians The Standard Oil station at n.i I School Rally will convene in the
"a representation in dumb show"' Powell. lIr. Thompson a former i EUiott's Ford Place in Pahokte is Pahokee Church ot God on January -
and the presentation was just that, I Pahoktf resident, wu in the service -I G. E. lAn, manager of the again open and under new man- 27, ginning at 200 P. 11
if you translate the definition the 64 months before receiving I white migratory camp, and John : agemenl Ray Browning and Dal- There will be special singing! and
same way we do. his recent discharge from the Army IT. Pickett recently released from ton Garrett, recently returned report on all the Y. P. E. U.'. lathe
.---... in which he held the rank of cap.thin. the army where he held com- :from Uncle Sam' service are the I OkH'Chobte Distrtrt.I .__.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Raborn ojMawU I He served overseas in India. mission of major, were welcomed new operators. The boys are anI-
Okla. have arrived in Pabokee Claude Jones scent several days u new members by the Pabok ; loss to how the motorists of this: I H. F. Hughart of H&mtl, 1nnn.
to spend the winter IitUO I in Miami WI week visiting Rotary club yesterday. John Du. area just what they WI do in the i 11 visiting his niece. 34r. Homer
with her slater) .Irs. C. A, ShIve. friends. Many gave the welcome address. \way of servicing a car or truck. ;J. Clause, and famUy In Pahokte



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-age Two The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, January 25, 19t6
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the pastor's sermons cn "The r/ n. 1 1/ r I r r r S
THE EVERGLADES NEWS Sermon on the ount". and 'The 1fli
18 Baptist Articles of Faith." This
the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region
Serving
Sunday morning at eleven the sub-
Cstablished 1924 Published Every Friday ject will be "Ye Are The Light of
Subscription Price 52.00 rear In Advance the Wor'd." The Ladies' Quartet. i
Mesdames Grimes, Baker, Dupere
I
The Everglades News Is EnterEd at the Post Office and roberg will sing, "The Light sKRI"LEGDO.RREIT.'SE
In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter. of the World is Jesus." The choir
will sing, "Send the Light"
I \ul Hardin Editor and Publisher At the evening service, 7:30: the SEEDS
third of the Articles of Faith, "The .1DL MAID
"
Fall of Man", will be preached. Because -
:heck Those Lights of the blessings derived, the
Public safety is far better served by preventing traffic 'Illuminated C r 0 s s Meditation I I
ccidents than simply investigating those that occur. State, Sing', will be presented each Sunday -
ouoty, and city traffic officers are to be commended, there- night. The orchestra which is 1 Does Your Dog Scratch? I
reaching the proportion of a
ore, on taking effective steps to stop the careless use of
,
bright lights on highways and for making close checks of symphnoy will play augmenting
the large chorus choir and song
with faulty lights.
ears Cowart.
service conducted by R.
That motorists in this careless
many community are The Class Quartet will sing "Shineon
bout proper automobile lights is shown by the check-ups Me" and "The Jericho Road". Don't Blame Fleas, Mange, Diet or
:;hich reveal that one out of every three or four cars stoped request numbers. Training Union
by the officers had faulty lights. Although the en- meets 6:30. Nerves! 2 to 1 it's "FUNGITCH"
forcement officials currently are not making charges, they . .
:re insisting that motorists have the lights repaired imediately. -
: New Building For
Such warnings should be heeded by all motorists. Check SULF1\DENE Eliminates 'Fungitch'Caused

;our car lights today. It is far better to be safe than sorry. Ien's Bible Class
Tampa Tribune by louIdy Grass and Weeds!

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'ahokee Baptists I Baptist Church,of Pahokee. It is I Because of the overflow attendance -
of the Pahokee Mens' Bible
that the
Nearing Objective members respectfully and requested friends at this Class last Sunday, and the rapid 'Ve Carry PULVEX Remedies In

church make a special effort to be growth of this influential group,
The campaign with objectives otn present next Sunday that thi3 more chairs will be furnished to Stock For Your Convenience ;
A in Sunday School and 100 in i victory might be the order of the accommodate the anticipated increase -
''raining Union, is rapidly nearing I day. I I next Sunday Rev. C. A.
fruition, with 229 and 86, respectively -I Capacity congregations are at- Moberg, teacher, made the well received -
present last Sunday, First tending morning and night to hear announcement that the pro- : I
I posed building for the class, will '
I get under way immediately with I'I'I
9
I the of Easter
hope occupancy by KilGORE SEED CO.
j tendance.The Sunday, .April 21 with a record at-

size of the building, thirty
two by Gne hundred, will enable
Pahokee Belle Glade
the class to conduct its program of

semi-annual standing speakers banquets with invitations and out- Phone 3201 Phone 106

to many more than could be ac-
commodated at the last. Twelve I
feet will be used for a kitchen
dpiL '7)? I which will be equipped in line with .
the best that this modern day can
offer, with a width of 32 feet
iWfiii(1v1 which will provide for the workers, PIANOS JEWELRY MUSIC
; : regardless of the size of the occas-
ion, room to move about. A two
way system of doors will be installed J. w' RASHLEY
thus facilitating the mat-
JEWELER Belle Glade, rIa.
ter of service immeasurably.
This Sunday the teacher \\il
present the next of the series of GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY
tO l lessons, "A People at Worship".
Coe
rt s U'1rt S. This is most timely because the
Vest n ea' but manner in which the children of
t1 ,1s ov et they sVe Israel provided the mean for the
campal building of their place of worship I II
sou 'ves deeds is the very manner in which the
'e'H 1AoS aye 1 di class building will be built. The I
1 the
V ctot5lB every ypays Class Quartet, Messro. Spooner,
,o1
Cowart, Wood and Butler with I
t Uncle Insecticides {
q e Gary Sanders at the piano, will I
miss present two selections President
Lawrence Jaudon will lead.
'bLO Thurmond Knight and Leo I Spray Materials
A Wroten will be at the door I
$' \ Ing hands with all who Shak-I' I
$u miss means a visit to the
fountain. They have yet to miss.A I I FERTILIZERS
cordial invitation is extended to
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all unaffiliated men of the community -
I \\'E DELIVER DIRECT TO TilE FARM IN
; service men and \isitors.
1 The class meets each Sunday In I WHATEVER QUANTITIES YOU DESIRE I II II
aJ
the Uons' building, 9:45. Rep.
I Cowart is the song leader. C.

[' YhisonI HendersonI tary.Batchelor i8 the efficient secre- I I DDT DUST or LIQUID

.-. \\'E MIX TO YOUR SPECIFICATIONS FROM

Ii;! I OUR STOCK OF
: IS NOW OPERATING TilE Four Patrols: For I

I' 1 1I. Pahokee Troop 23 50 per cent or 100 per cent

I I.:1 TEXACO STATION IN PAHOKEEI Scoutmaster Jack Phillips hu


I I J FORMERLY OPERATED IIY ED CUSNMAN't divided hokee Boy the Scout newly Troop reorganized 23 Into Pa- I CUT WORM BAIT

t four patrols, Wolf, Flying Eagle.
, t i Flaming Arrow and Pantht'r. Jack I ii! FOR NAND OR AIRPLANE DISTRIBUTION

i I Spencer has been named assistant

11 I Full Line Texaco Products !.acting scoutmaster scribe.and Extensive fickle tests Johnson for 11 it wuwrvw'I I

{ classification of scouts in the troop ''I
I Il J JI Ji I were scheduled for Thursday of IIII GUARANTEE TilE Cl'AI.ITY OF OUR ij I Ii
II II'E
I 'this week
i MATERIALS AND Tin PERCENTAGES
Members of the new f\\lrol4 areas ,
I
i I herebr extend a cordial invitation to aU mr old I follows: Wolf John T Pickett f' I Ii OF MIXTURE AS REPRESENTED
Jr. leader, Huston Connell Raymond
friends and patrons to pay- me a visit at the ; Carutht'TS, Ralo' }, !,IIi!I III
l.J : Steve Kirk, Charles Phillips antiGeorgE'
j LiLI i Texaco Stalion iJ ROlt'lle: Flying F'iele Ray II
Hatton leader Dickie Johnson,
and Richard Smith; Flaming Arrow !
Willie Guerry leader FranK ; M. P. Holman Inc.
" Cline James Barnes. Jackie Thomas i i
i VINSON HENDERSONI Sidney Caruthers Chandler II !
j
McIlwain and Bobby Schroder: I
I TEXACO STATION I'AIIOKEE Cl;! Panther George Belk Jr.. leader. I! PIIOSf: 4631 PAIIOKEE, FLA. I I II It
Donald Damon Frank P..oZdl'
I Bernard Justice, Jerrold Berry,1 I
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Friday, January 25 1946 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Page The

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the Pahokee Migratory Labor
Cinematic Chatter Brown Tells 'Vork Camp until the diamond at the '

city park is ready, he asserted. I ;
By Malcolm Millar Mike Sanders, recently released i
Being Done On Park I from the Army, spoke briefly. : To The Builders

Humphrey Bogart and Alexis i I Other guests were Lester Hatton, I

Smith have been teamed together Steve Brown, city recreation di-i 1! home on leave from the Merchant i Of The
in Warner Brothers exciting drat rector and high school basketball II II Marine, Elmer Jones, exchange Everglades
ma "Conflict" and they certainly coach, gave an interesting report I visitor from the Rotary Club, and
do a fine job of it. on local recreation activities at the Robert Hatton of Brutus, Ky.

This, of course, is a story written Tuesday luncheon meeting of the I' -
will
If are planning to build
just to fit the talents of Bo- Pahokee Lions Club. War Veterans I you you

gait and, as usual, he makes the In addition to the banquet given I I need. S .
best of every line and every piece the Pahokee Blue Devil football Are Honored
of sinister business in the portrayal -. squad by school officials on Thurs- I Concrete Blocks Portland Cement

of his part. Alexis Smith was day night of this week with Jim- Returned war veterans of Canal I Steel Windows Masonry Cement
never more regal, never lovilier my Burns, guest speaker, the Pa- Point were honored at a dinner
than she is in this piece, and if hokee football boys, together with I party given by members of the Rock & Rock Screenings

you didn't do anything else but the Belle Glade football squad, will Canal Point Methodist Church at
sit and look at this lovely creature, be entertained at a fish and oyster I the parsonage on Wednesday night
you would have invested your fry to be given by Pahokee and : of last week. The committee in
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money and time to a good pur- Belle Glade Lions at St. Lucie' charge of arrangements included

pose. Canal, the date to be announced. Mrs. T. W. Griffith, chairman,
Tuesday-Wednesday of course Jack Bell of the Miami Herald Mrs. J. T. Parker, Mrs. Kendrick
boasts a double feature. First up will be guest speaker at the Lions Buchanan, Mrs. Otto Coleman, I
is "George White's Scandals" with affair, he said. : 1rtrs. Earl Maxson, Mrs. Harold I t
Joan Davis and Jack Haley . Mr. Brown congratulated the : Rosenberg, Mrs. W, B. Elam and

and surprise . Joan's daughter Mrs. A. R. Harrington. Approximately CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS
appears in this show hnd shows, 100 persons, including 17 PHONE 2501
some of the talent of her mother ; the city park. He said additional I veterans and their wives, attended. ''
01 the same bill comes clever I new playground equipment had arrived -I . !! AIIDKEE, FLORIDA
Peggy Ryan and Laughable Jack' and preliminary work on I Mrs. Rose Wroten of Fort Deposit -

Oakie in "On Stage Everybody', I' the construction of tennis courts Ala., Is spending the winter: -
which is another "behind the foot- has started. Also mentioned in in Pahokee with her sons and

lights" piece with a nice story and his report was the baseball league daughters-in-law, Mr and Mrs.i .
a fine cast. I being organized. Games will ba Leo Wroten and Mr and Mrs. C. '
Thursday-Friday Leo Carillo and played on the baseball diamond at I Wroten. I PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERS
Tom Neal with a good looking cast I
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move in to hCrime, Inc.

This one is definitely a gangster I " >' ",.:1.' ; : : : ,:.' ':' ,' <'!'!.t $'. '.,.:,... .It," "', .:, ',. .' '; ,,.'ii. " <:; :' .:.,: < .
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picture and will be just right for ) w' : .:, ', .._: : : ::.c .' ..,. .,, ,. tt':: .) r '. ;. ", .:. t

all action loving fans. I :!\.: J'.... .' ,.
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and his comical featured pla'erI \o \
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Page Four The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, January 25, 196
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Improvements Are I CARD I wish OF to TII.\\1S thank the many friends i Red Cross Chapter

who were so kind and thoughtful
For Air during the recent illness and death Will Hold Annual
Suggested
of my wife, Laura. I shall always
remember these acts of kindness Baptist Declaration Of Faith
Ports In The Glades in the future and hope that in leeting Today
Show
some way I may my appre-
cia tion. No.3. "The Fall Of n'Ian"'e '
Of interest to the Glades area II Guy Sharor. Alf R. Nielsen, chapter chairman .
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has
is the suggested aviation develop- announced that the Palm
I On February 7 and 8, Deputy Beach County Chapter, American
meet program for Palm Beachcounty Dan M. Barcus will be on duty I Red Cross, will hold its annual
which includes many projects -:at the City Hall, Pahokee, to offer meeting at the Everglades Club
for the Glades area. These assistance to the taxpayers I Friday, January 25, 19-16 at 3:00P. :
suggestions have been made by the I in preparing their income tax re- M. The public is invited and "\\ believe that man was created in Holiness} ,
Committee on Aviation of the turns. Mr. Barcus will be in the,i all those who contributed one dol-
West Palm Beach Chamber of City Hall between the hours of lar or more to the 1945 War Fund under the law of his Maker; but by voluntary
Commerce of which Lake Lytal is 10:00: A. M. and 5:00: P. M. each Campaign are automatically mem-
chairman.It 1ay. bers of the Red Cross and entitled transgression fell from the Holy find happy state;

is suggested that in the ... to vote at this meeting he said in consequence of which all mankind are now
Glades area there be at least one The nominating committee will
heavy duty class three or four, air Stork Shower Held submit candidates for chapter officers sinners, not by constraint but choice; being by
port providing for heavy transport For l\lrs. J. H. Jones and members of the board
facilities. I of directors for the year 1946. The nature utterly void! of that Holiness required by
It is suggested that in the pa-j wartime service of Palm Beach
honored ata 1
Mrs. J. H. Jones was
hokee section there be a. close party and stork shower given at County Chapter will be high lighted .I i I the Law of God, positively inclined to evil; and

air park and an air harbor. For i'' the home of Mrs. J. H. Gresha: and the accomplishments of I therefore under just condemnation to eternal
the uninitiated an air harbor is a't Monday afternoon by Mrs. T. J. 1945 distributed in a written an- :
terminal for seaplanes and amphi- Chance Mrs. Joe Waddell and Mrs. nual report. I ruin, without defense or excuse". -'
bians. An air park is a land '
Gresham, hostesses. Mrs. Chance Chairman Nielsen pointed out
scaped and beautified park con led in the playing of games. Contest .: that the postwar role of the Red
tamping two or more paved or sod prizes were won by Mrs. Marvin Cross in fulfilling its responsibility
ded runways and located in or as Levins, Mrs. Estelle Hudson to "veterans", servicemen, and Paid Advertisement of the
near the area to be served as pos.Bible. -I and Mrs. M.. Ammons.Mr their families, as well as in the
They will provide only for I .... fields of health education and disaster First Baptist Church Pahokee Fla.
the landing and taking off of priv-! and Mrs. Wilbur Roberts of relief require the continued
ate planes, with possibility of an Coral Gables were guests of her support and participation of the I
adjacent area containing individ-' brother.in.law and sister Mr. and people. This year's affair will pay
pal hangers for housing the planes Mrs. Robert O. Lampi, in Pahokee tribute to the thousands of
of residents in the immediate area. last weekend.a teers in Palm Beach vOlun.j --- -- - -- --- - -- --- ---
At Belle Glade it Is suggested I have made possible the
that the present air port be ex- nearby air harbor is suggested ing war record of the local organ-j PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERS
panded to a class two airport. Also I for this section.HALSEY ization, and will set the pace for I
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the needs as they are indicated
at present and for-the future. Ii
f Two important phases of the

& GRIFFITH, INC., 313 DATURA STREET chapter's activities follow within I Ij
a short time after the annual f i T
WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, WISHES TO EX-
meeting. The first is the annual
TEND SEASONS GREETINGS TO ALL OF THEIR CASH
reorganization of committee for
FRIENDS AND CUSTO IERS. chapter activities and the annual'

WITH THE COMING OF THE NEW YEAR \VE ARE fund raising campaign which will ,
EXPECTING THAT DELIVERIES WILL BE STEPPED begin March first. I ,
UP ON General Brehon B. SomervelI, :
who commanded the Army Service j For Yoni' Car :
Underwood Typewriters Forces during the World War II. : I
,
Marchant Calculators will be the principal speaker at !
the annual of ; I .
membership meeting I
Sunstrand Adding Machines : I
the Palm Beach County Chapter I i
Ediphone Voice Writing Equipment American Red Cross next Friday: 'VE BUY AND SELL
Mimeographs at 3:00 P. M. at the EvergladesClub. I
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Filing Cabinets : USED CARSChristiaiTtiivrolet ;
Alf R. Neilsen had been nominated -!; r
Steil l Desks & Tables : for a second term as chapter'chairman
Aluminum Chairs : ; Dr. Frederick K. Herpelis !
: the nominee for first vice-chair-I i t ti
Steef Safes i
man; Mrs. C. L. Pirece for second ,,
\Ve stlgest that you send us your order so that we may : vice.chairman; Mrs. Raymond R. : Co. I
notify you as our stocks come in. : Richardson for secretary: J. Leo I .
for treasurer Hartley : ,I
Expert repairing and overhauling all types and makes : Chapman ; I
I II
A. Burgess for assistant treasurer
ctf office machine3. Our will : Phone 2371 Pahokec ;
repair department be glad and Mrs. Henry R. Rea for honorary .
to give you m estimate. AU work guaranteed. : I chairman. I. '
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AHOKEE, FLORIDAWEEKOFJANUARY2

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Ford Place In Pahokee

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Bogart Alexis Smith
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a Tuesda\'ednesday 0 Products. We are ready lo give you an 0I

"GEORGE' WHITES SCANDALS"Joan 0 outstanding service. iIJI

Doris, Jack Healy R!

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Jack Oak ie, Peggy RyanThursdayFriday

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"TRIGGER TRAIL" Ray Browning & Dalton Garrett, Props.

Rod Cameron, Fuzzy Knight
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Friday, January 25, 1946 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Page Five
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i Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Jenkins in Pa-I Rev and Mrs. J. R. Heller are will not be a candidate to succeed elected to the Legislature of 1905,

hokee this week.T. I attending the State Baptist Convention II himself in this Spring's primar-J 1907, 1911 and 1923, and in 1924
- L. Bums left Sunday for Durham in Jacksonville this week. I was appointed to the Railroad
No C., to enter Duke Univer- Mrs. W. P. Jernigan is substituting I I Commission when one of the mem-
The veteran Chairman will re-
I I I sity Hospital for a week of medical for Mrs. Heller at the PahokE bers died. He took a prominent
II School her I tire at the end of 23 years on the
I I treatment. i Elementary during part in establishing the Florida
1Mrs. G. B. Ramey, Phone 2082) .I Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bums left absence. I Commission, he declared in a preferential system of highways,
Saturday to return to their home Plans and prospects for the new! statement issued here. Jerry W. in creating the state colleges un-
Miss! Jane Sims and Lt. John S. in Seattle, Wash., after a visit year were discussed by members'II Carter other member of the Com- der the Buckman Act, and in 1929,
Harrington, Jr., spent the past i with his brother and sister-in-law, of the Pahokee Baptist Girls Aux- mission whose term end this year, while a member of the Commis
week in Tallahassee Miss Sims i Mr and Irs. T. 1. Burns in Pabo- iliary at a meeting at the home I\\ill run for re-election but IS not toil, in advising the Legislature
visited her sister: Miss Louise : kee. They will spend a tew days of Mrs. Ralph Grimes Friday expected to have opposition. in setting up the :Motor Carrier
Simi, a student at FSCW and at- I: visiting in Sarasota enroute home. night. Arrangements were made I Matthews said he and Mrs. :Mat. Act.
tended the Alpha Chi Omega '''I Mrs. Dave W. Cunningham has for wiener roast to be held at I thews will live in Starke, where --....---

I'I'tance. resigned as fourth grade teacher I Mrs. Grimes's this Friday night I he owned the Bradford County Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Wood returned -

Anyone who would like to give I: at the Pahokee Elementary School, -- Telegraph for many )'ears. He home last weekend from 1
used clothing to the clothing drive :; effective Jan. 22. Her place on began 50 years of public life on Lyons, Ga., where they have been
should leave it at,the home of :Mrs. I I the teaching staff has been filled, nlatthe\vs Quits the Starke Town Council, was visiting relatives.
V. C. Denton in Pahokee. I! by Mrs. Elizabeth Mosley.
Mrs. Paul Rardin will return to I Miss Elizabeth in
Caraway was
her home in Canal Point this weekend I charge of the mission study at a Public Life After

after spending several week I meeting of the Lottie Moon Circl, BERRY FUNERAL I1OIE !
in Glfnnville, Ga., with her pare''I Pahokee First Baptist WMU, at 50 Years Of Service .
ents, Dr and Mrs. W. O. Strickj j the church Monday afternoon. The

land. She will be accompanied study was from the book, "Victory ; ; Ambulance Service
borne by her mother and brother, Unto "
Victory. I
A qualifying rush by several
Walter Strickland, who will spend i :
Sam D. Blazer of Nocatee was a I candidates was touched off by the
several Members day of with the the Pahokee Rardins.BoyS business visitor in Pahokee on i I announcement from Chairman : Pahokee Ph. 2301 Belle Glade Ph. 247oa
Wednesday and Friday of this: Eugene S. :Matthews of the FlorIda -
Scout Troop 23 enjoyed a wiener I
week. I Railroad Commission that he I
roast and outdoor party on the
grounds of the scout hut on Thurl-:
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day night of last week.B. .
Elliott, Elks district deputy, t;! _.It a- '
L. J. Fraser, exalted ruler, and T. o.d S ,..
S. Kirk, secretary of the Pahokee N
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Elks Lodge, met Wade H. Kepnerof .II d,0
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Wheeling, West Va., Grand Ex- II 8. :Ja _
alted Ruler, upon his arrival in ii waaamro a S
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Florida at Delray Beach on Thurs- ]
.g a

day of last week. aim u -

Paul D. Dunning, mourn 3-c, .! "'o-ci l..
who is stationed at Vera Beach I &:'01

visited his cousin, Mr and Mrs. da d"a"0: w -
Julian Hodges, here the first of .II 111 sj ':

the week. Aaa! 0 N8ii u Q d
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. NeW90me and a y WS
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children have moved to Lake
Worth to make their home. He : 08IiW
41111 .n aa'S' i
is now employed at the Table Sup- ; I
ply store in Wast Palm Beach.
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Blanche Elizabeth Bowers of
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Pinecastle, Fla., bas arrived here
to Jive with her uncle and aunt, ::
Dr. and Mrs. 1. W. Armstrong,
during the illness of her mother,
Mrs. R. W. Bowers. She bas en-

rolled at the Pahokee Elementary 3 i Ub.C q 0w 1b
Scbool.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cardin of p A"a' ..
Miami visited his son, Weldon, and -cJ
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LAST: Ladies' Navy Blue Kid D H
Bag, Burdine Charge Plate,
Parker Pen and Money, Reward.
Telephone Ruby Norton, Clewi9- -I __ _
ton 177.

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LOST Billfold containing Driver's rLIg trW .. ,
License, Social Security Card, ?o. ;
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$6 in money. If found, please re- t 1'f
turn to Clifford Horn, Pahokre. ltp ,I w.
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Ueturned M'n'loo man and wife,
permanently employed desires ::

furnished apartmt'nt. No children 4 1 W
or pets. Phone Pahokee, 2001. t 4z

Jan 252tpd. -
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TWO IIOtst; on one lot in Canal
Point. A good buy for $4,750. I Tt'jfI
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See Dan Carpenter. Pahokee, F1a.,
Phone 2571, Jan 25th T

FOR SALE: Sweet potatoes. $3.00per 1+_I _ -

bushel. C. D. Jones, Bacom
Point Road, Pahokee, Fla. Jan 2S _
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FOR SALE: Close In business lot. __
Two small houses in rear. $3,000. $ :j' 1:. t }

Set Dan carpenter, Pahokee, Fla. Wt
Jan. 23ch }'&
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IIICKUF'S I'OULTRl11I,
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now open, about two miles down
. B.\com Point Road. A thousand
to pick from. The best and cheap-
est In town. Feb 15pd
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GREASE TRAPS and septic tanks
cleaned and repaired. See Bob r.

Douthit, Pahokee, Fla. 1-U-ch.
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FOR SALE: Triple A White Rock O

roasters, young, about grown
M. Pahokee. 1.U-ch. _
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FOR S.\U: Tasty Sandwich Shop !EI K
in P'.lhokee. Building, equipment
and stock for 5&1e. Excellent busi. I
ness for hustler. n. D. Fields, Pa- '

bokee, F1a. Jan. 25p.i.t eEI i j. ; i

FOIL SALE: 13 lots in orthmoor I ,
subdivision In Belle Glade, C. A.i i '

Bailey, Belle Glade. J1&h I! : r
cd -I i irL.1
ron S.\I.t: FInn land in four ,
and five acre tracts on hud,

road. C. A. Bailey, Belle
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rage Six The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, January 25, 19-t6

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Council StudiesWaterworks volunteer fireman's dormitory at[ Is Official
the city hall. City Clerk W. P. Bryant
l Music.
Plan Walker was authorized to open . .
bids for the purchase of a new Name For Azucar
The Pahokee City Council Tuesday truck for the waterworks depart- THE LASTING GIFT
ment. He was also authorized to
night voted to accept a contract Can imagine anything than musical
more appropriate
At- you : a
to B. A.
submitted by Smith and issue building permits Rep. Dwight_1. Rogers today in. instrument of some kind? There are no new ones available
Gillespl Jacksonville engineering kins and Bert Davis. former employees of the United at present, but we do have modem styled, new appearing
firm, to prepare plans and cost Police Chief Albert Gant was States Sugar Corp., that the Postmaster MirrApianos, fully guaranteed. We also have several thor-
authorized to hire another patrol. reconditioned band instroments.
oughly
office has .
qeneral's approved -
estimate for the expansion of the
waterworks system. The'man for the police force. the change in name of the The most complete stock of records and record albums available .
municipal .... Azucar post office to that of both classical and popular will be found in our store.
cost of the plans is not
preparing
Plan now to make MUSIC the answer to your gift problems.It's .
in honor of F. Edward
to exceed $500 Wanna Commission? Bryant the lasting gift-keeps on giving happy listening hours.
Bill Golden wu named on a Bryant, Everglades pioneer, who We invite you to our store to see our selections.
committee to work with John T. The Army Has Some! died recently.He .
reported from Washington BRUBAKER MUSIC COMPANY
Pickett Sr.. in making a survey
and cost estimate for a proposed Complete details regarding opportunities that necessary changes in cancellation The Palm Beache6' Most Complete Musk Store

60 by 3,500-ft. municipal air strip for commission in the stamps, postal guide and PHONE 4175 206 DATURA WEST PAUl BEACH
to be located on the lake side of Regular Army were announced today other details are expected to be

the levee at the Pahokee water. by Capt. Thomas A. Murphy, completed by Feb. 1. The post.
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office serves more than 2,000
front. persons
commander of the Army recruiting
Funds were voted for the purchase station, at 704 Comeau Build- on the Bryant plantation of I
of additional beds and a. hot ing, West Palm Beach. the sugar company, located near I

water heater to be installed in the enacted legislation authorizes Canal Point. I
Recently Company employes, working !
Increase in total officer Racing
an through Rogers, petitioned the [ Dog
Lthiir.ii personnel to 25,000, Capt. Thomas I government to change the post office I
!A. Murphy declared, and applications -
I name in memory of Mr Bryant -
are now being received to fill who ufathered both sugar production -
\VORLD'S FASTEST
fir rut I the commission made available. I
,
:, and ramie growth in the
Jt w Any male citizen who served as I Everglades, and was vice-president GREYHOUNDS
q/
officer time between Pearl !
1' an any
"IIMr. lof the United States Sugar Corp. I Ii
Harbor and last December 28, isnot i
has
The company, which already
I
COLD WAVE over age in grade, and was : I
changed the name of Azucar plantation IN ACTION NIGHTLY
is in
honorably discharged or now
I to Byrant, is having a
lachkitcoatains3full HOME KIT sen1ce, is eligible to receive a i bronze plaque cast that will be I '! (except Sundays)

lances of SaJoaofYpcf:f. commission. !placed in Bryant Park opposite the
solution Mhh KII'I1". Commissions will range from I H I ..
60 CarlfU. 60 tad (}I"Y post office. I
tissues,cotton ippliutor ww 2nd Lieut. through Major, but applicants -I Mr. Bryant died Dec. 6, 1945, of I II
oeutralizet and lokesonll2 Io 3 will not be eligible for a a heart attack at the age of 72 I Daily Double 2nd and 3rd races
complete U1SUUWOas. Hours al Home grade higher than that held during years. As a pioneer in the Everglades !

l\IiJler's wartime. Enlisted men who served i he succeeded in having the
Drug Store I as officers are also eligible to ''u. S. Dept of Agriculture establish Nine quiniela races I II
Phone 8921 Canal Point apply. '
breeding station
i a sugar cane I !
.. at Canal Point, and in 1921 built I I I.I II
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the first sugar house in the Ever- I
XOTI't TO TAXPAYERS glades. He was also one of the No minors admitted :

As required by Jaw, I will be at the following places on the dates early developers of Lake Worth, I
set opposite each, for the purpose of receiving tax returns for the and was widely known for his hUe wvww Ii i
year 1946: manitarian work among the nee ,

Pree. groes. He was vicepresident in i All racing under stat acing
charge of the Eastern division of i iI
No. Location Date Time Place
the United States Sugar Corp., until -
1 Jupiter Feb. 4,19-t610oo AM to 11:00 AM Post Office his death. commIssIon supervision I
2 Lake Park Feb. 4.194612:00 Noon to 1:00 PM Post Office I
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3 Riviera Feb. 4, 1946 2:00 PM to 4:00: PM City Hall - -

19 Palm Beach Feb. 5, 1946 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM City Hall i INMEMORIAMIVIIEREAS I

All Lake Worth Feb. 7,194610:00 AM to 4:00: PM City Hall PALM
BEACH
it has pleased the
32 Military Trail Feb. 12, 1946 9:30 AM to 10:00: AM Canal Bridge ;
Grand Master of the universe In
23 Loxahatchee Feb. 12, 194610:30 AM to 11:30 AM Post Office his infinite wisdom to remove

.. 31 Westgate Feb. 12. 1946 2:00 PM to 3:00: PM School Audi. from among us our esteemed : KENNEL CLUB I

39 South Bay Feb. 14, 194610:30 AM to 11:30 AM Post Office friend and Brother, :
!
Opposite )Iorrhon Field
40 Lake Harbor Feb. 14, 1946 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM Post Office John S. Harrington : I II
42 Greenacres Feb. 15, 1946 9:30 AM to 10:30: AM Garage WHEREAS, we feel that by hL I r On Belvedere toad
demise we suffer the loss of a I II I 11'et l"alm leach I
24 Lantana Feb. 15, 194611:00 AM to 11:30 AM Town Hall
I faithful member of our fraternity i
25 Boynton Feb. 15, 1946 1:00 PM to 2:00: PM City Hall I
and the community at large an
All Delray Feb. 20,194610:00 AM to 4:00: PM City Hall '
honored and upright citizen, one .
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41 Shawno 21,194610:00 AM to 11:00 AM Office Building .whe was beloved by all who'
37 Chosen Feb.21, 1946 1:00 PM to 2:00: PM Post Office knew him.

38 Belle Glade Feb.21,1946 2:30 Pal to 4:00: PM Town Hall BE IT RESOLVED, that for the

35 Canal Point Feb.26,194610:00 AM to 11:00 AM Post Office purity of his life, the cheerfulness rWuJ'BEANS

36 Pahokee Feb. 26, 1946 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM Town Hall of his presence, the uprightness of

30 Boca Raton Ft'b.28, 1946 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM Town Hall his character, the kindness of his .

All \\'f.'st Palm B. open dally until April 1st. Court House dealings with others we shall hold .;
him in loving remembrance as an
Return on REAL ESTATE, TANGIBLE AND INTANGIBLE PERSONAL example worthy of our emulation.
PROPERTY should be filed at this time. I respectfully urge RESOLVED, that while we
aU taxpayers to meet me at the various appointments and make their mourn for him as a friend and I I
rt'turns. I shall bl glad to discuss any tax problem which you may Brother our sorrow is lessened by I
have and help you in any way possible.
which!
life
the knowledge of his

It for any reason you cannot meet me at these appointed places the presages his triumph over death, I
Tax Assessor's Office in the County Court House will be open for the and we are lead to exclaim Blessed'
purpose of receiving returns until the first of April. After that date are the dead who die in the Lord. '
no returns can be filed, nor can a homestead exemption application be RESOLVED, that we, the officers .

accepted. :I and members of this LOOge. !

I shall be glad to mail the necessary blanks: to anyone upon request. I extend our most heartfelt sympathy -
to the immediate relatives and
J.UIF.s )1. OVENS, Jlt. friends in their great sorrow over II'

County Assessor of Taxes, Palm Beach the departure of a life so useful
County FloridaTlulilks and commend them to him why

doeth all things well. Ilex

RESOLVED, that these resolu.I .
I tions placed on the records of
the Lodge and a presented to
I copy MIt,,"1
the sorrowing relatives of our deceased ;_ yopo.OS sell I

Given Brother.under our hands and seal 1- ,ttyde\ ]

of Everglades Lodge No. 211 F. & NatlJ at
.At the start of another year \\.e wish A. M. this 10th day of January .. All the advantages of natural CR10UTf
A. D. 1946 A. L. 5946.EIsworth ., Greenland cryoUte.
to take time out and extend our sincere Keen, INSECT ICIOE..

and the Worshipful Master High degree of control at economical :;.-- =:=::!
thanks appreciation to many S. J. Baggett, cost. -

folks in the Lake Region who have Secretary
..... Not acutely toxic to man,cattle +,,. +
made our business a success. 'Ve expect I or other animals.

!I luring this New Yar to have a much .I I DeMolay Groups Available alone or in combination -

I heavier and more complete stock of il ilI Are Entertained If desired with copper or sulphur r--v fIIC DDT


I merchandise, and, naturally we want Ii I Members of the DeMolay Chapters INSECTICIDES
of Pahokee and Belle Glade AGIIC\lLTUUL CHEMICALS DIVISION
all of you to visit us more often I: I i were entertained it a. party held PENNSYLVANIA SAL'T Are ",_ eval.6lepsprel

1 y: at the Pahokee Woman's Club Fri- MAN .j I Jt 1VIINO: C :!. 1ANt ...4n'HI" fM.n .. rec.
-0--- I : day night. Host and hostesses .."'.".4 /1 T.w .I.c.lLadodvo1

III II were Mr and Mrs. Joe Cherry, I 1000 WlDPtf. IWDIP< .uN. Horner Barnes, Mrs. WUeyTIlliS t...'clt .CIc, o $uv..PI"1to.t..'. I.rthaa/vice eelisdeneM
Western Auto Associate Storei Mn. F. G. GllI1J and ltrs. c.o-.t. seeoss.h'p dcI'. A eeawbl.whst vttt.

i; Frank R zeUe. Mrs. Barnes and C.:: 1,

I. M. LAIR, Owner PAIIOI\EE. FLA Steve Brown 1 lid in the playing of '!tJ ,1otWe Apkvllvrel s."I e.*,.,.,

1\\ games. Refreshments were served ... The Iii,., Set4 C..t0el
to approximately 50 gueats. .-...-...



January 25, 1946 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Page Seven
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Boys Injured As r.nnnn: ,rnrnn.nnn.rn, nnnnnnnnn'; ,rnnnunnnn; ,

HOME : Car Crashes Into 150/0 DISCOUNT TO ALL

From The : Train On Crossing SERVICE MEN

WARCpl. .y "
.' Gene Williams, son of Mr. and 1 We handle fine clothes for men and womenmanufactured -
,Irs. J. J. Williams of Canal Point, Mr. and Irs. Judson Francis of '
Robert like) Sanders; son by Herbert's. They are tailored to measure and sure
( and Aubrey Hitchcock, son of 11r. Cle\\1ston announce the arrival ofa
Mrs. R. W. Sanders, to please. We specialize in Ladies' tailoring.
and
of Mr.
and Mrs. W. P. Hitchcock, also of son at the Clewiston hospital on
received his discharge from the Canal Paint, were injured early Jan. 16.
Army at Camp Blanding on Jan.;, of AL BELCHER
Tuesday morning when the car in Mr. and Mrs. Tim IdIahan
19 after three years in the service ,which they were riding crashed into I Belle Glade announce the birth ofa
and 18 months of overseas duty in a freight train at the Pelican son, Brian, on Friday, Jan. 18. i BOX 876 PAHOKEE
the Pacific area.' He was in the!Lake FEC crossing. The boys Mr. and Mrs. Hansel Charles
infantry and later in a chemical were returning to Pahokee and : Johnson of Chosen announce the 4 I
mortar battalion. He has three were unable to see the train be- birth of a son, Franklin Arnold,
battle stars on his ribbons, also cause of a heavy fog as they on Saturday, Jan. 19. J
good conduct and victory medals rounded the bend in the road at !Ir. and Irs. W. J. Adams of '
and combat infantry badge. Mike the ice plant. I Pahokee announce the birth of a I
arrived.at his home in Pahokee onSunday. ; They were taken to the Everglades I daughter, Elaine, on Monday, WANTED ::1

... I i Memorial Hospital where it I Jan. 21.Rev. 1
i was found Williams is SUffering! and Mrs. Sidney David
Line Truck Driver and Line Helpers j I
Mrs Hundley Hostess from internal Injuries and he was Mason announce the birth of a ,
'
To Shirley Circle unconscious until Tuesday night.!,daughter, usannah Elizabeth, on Steady Job, Good Pay I I
I Hitchcock, who is visiting his par- ''I Monday, Jan. 21.
nets while on furlough from the .. .. Apply
Mrs. Lloyd Hundley was hostess army, was dismissed from the hospital --
to members of the Gertrude Shirley Tuesday after receiving,
Circle, Methodist WSCS, at a'treatment for a severe cut on the ;; County Music Florida Power & Light Company I
I head and knee. The
an Injured Festival Planned I
business meeting held at her home
car was completely demolished, according Pahokee, Fla !
on Bacom Point Road Monday ,
to State Patrolman W. R.
evening.Mrs. Plans were made for an all- II. j
Kaufman who investigated.
Dorothy Graham, newly ... I County Music Festival at a meeting ...--- _u. __ _._
of county bandmasters and
elected circle chairman, and Mrs.
Morris Kennedy Has music teachers held in West Palm I
Catherine Spencer, treasurer, were Beach Monday night. School bands I
inducted into office, with Mrs. Lu- Birthday Party orchestras and music students
Canal Point Machine Works i !
la Pope acting as installing of- Morris Kennedy celebrated his throughout Palm Beach County
.
ficer. Absent were Mrs. Vivian fourth birthday anniversary at a will participate in the festival. An I 1
Caudill, new vice chairman, and party given by his mother, Mrs. all-day affair, it will be held in Manufacturers Of '
Mrs. Fay Abling, secretary, who Norman Kennedy, at the Woman'sClub West Palm Beach the early part I IRRIGATION AND DRAINAGE PUMPS
of May, a definite date to be an- i
will be installed at a later meeting.' building on Saturday after- '
HYDRAULIC MOLE DRAINS
Robert
nounced later. Bandmaster
Mrs. Jane Frasure presented the
noon. The hostess was assisted in
devotional program. Others at- the entertaining by her mother, O. Lampi of Pahokee was among H WEED CHOPPERS I II
those who attended the meeting
Mrs. Sue Rozelle,
tending were

Mrs. Dewey Morris of elray I I
Mrs. Sue ShIrley, Mrs. May Pope, Beach, and Mrs. J. P. Lawne; also I Monday night. .
Mrs. Lillian Beverly, Mrs. Miriam by Nadine Raulerson who read ._. \Ve Are Agents For j
L Dulany, trs. Edna stories to the children. Party
I I ASCO MARINE FORD CONVERTED ENGINES :
Christine Elliott Mrs. II I
Evelyn
an4 prizes were won by Cynthia Friend I Blue Devil CagersIn I
Lair. --r... and Bennie Baxter and party fav-: Awful Slump AND HERCULES DIESEL MOTORS I
ors in the form of candy baskets I I, I
Two Girls Have were presented to the guests. Re-, i Ii I
freshments of Ice cream, cake and Following their stinging defeat 'VE IiAVE DRAG LINE CABLE IN STOCK
Joint Birthday Party pink lemonade were served to 25 i by the Fort Pierce Eagles at Fort I I
Pierce last Saturday night the Pa- Ij
guests. j
... hokee Blue Devil Cagers went to i
Mrs. Don Hillier and Mrs. Kit-
CANAL POINT PHONE 531 P. O. BOX 466
i i'VE
ty Sasser entertained at the Hillier I West Palm Beach Wednesday iI
home last Friday with a joint City Employees night of this week and again came I I
birthday party honoring their Guests At Barbecue out on the very short end of a 6-1 i iI
daughters, Nancy Hillier, 10, and to 2-1 score in favor of the Wild-i MANUFACTURE EVERYTHING TIIAT'S
Faith Sasser, 6. A color scheme Pahokee city employees were en- cats. The Blue Devil B. quintet :I MADE OUT OF IRON FOR USE IN ,
of yellow and green was followed i tertained at a barbecue and chicken was also overwhelmed by the I TilE GLADES I
In party decorations and refresh- dinner held on the grounds of Wildcat B team, 5-1 to 7. I i I I j
ments. Party prizes were awarded the waterworks plant on Friday The Blue Devils were scheduled I
to contest winners and refreshments c\'ning. Councilman Victor L.I to play Homestead on the local I
were served to approximately Geiger was In charge of arrange- court on Thursday night of this
25 guests. ments. i week. PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERS

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I I'i : SPRING IS APPHO.\CHING AND THAT : i iI


15 HOUSES p i I MEANS HOUSE I

Painting andDecorating !


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FOR ALE I'' I

For many years past we have been handling the. I

: line line of I I

: Glidden Paints And Varnishes "

i. and those who have used them for both exterior II

: and interior purposes have found them most satisfactory I
A home fixed up with GLIDDEN : I
3 Bedrooms Each PRODUCTS can sure be fitted up nifty and at- I

tractive. I i

p !
Geiger Subdivision. Pahokee :
More Cooking Ware !


I I A long looked for shipment of aluminum and I ;

I M porcelain cooking utensils have now been received
and from this supply you may find the articles '; :
!
you have long desired. !
See This Space Next Week .

Among other new stock arriving will be Picking I

p Baskets, G. E. Light Bulbs, aU sizes, TwentyGali I i
For DetailsI.I. Ion Galvanized Buckets, Lanterns, Waste PaperI.I.

Baskets, Toilet and Kitchen Brushes. ;. i

\\'e are displaying and will take future delivery !
II orders for the famed line of Kehinator Ranges

: and Refrigerators and Pemco Hot Water Heaters.MJflJW : '

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Luther Jones C. A. Bailey ETZNE S I: .'



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Page Eight The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday, January 25, 1946SUNSPOTS

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Mrs. Luther Rogers and Miss i irs. T. A. Ferguson, Mrs. Ralph
Fever Tick Causes Legion Auxiliary
Edna Gordon of Savannah, Ga., Stanley, Mrs. 1. W. Weeks and
Cattle Mart to Close To Meet Monday have arrived for a visit with Mr Mrs. o. B. McClure represented
and Mrs. C. A. Straehle and Mr. the Pahokee WSCS at the Meth-

(By Breezy) A recurrence of the cattle fever The American Legion Auxiliary, and Mrs. R. W. Cowart and other odist WSCS seminar held in Miami

tick in same sections of (ikeeehobee will meet Monday night at 8:00: relatives in Pahokee. I last.eekend.
... I ..
I county has resulted in the o'clock at the home of Mrs. Frank II I ---
The news item was headed up
like this: Clerk Walker Suffers I closing of the Okeechobee livestock Shaughnessy on Bacom Point U. S. public libraries have more I: Gunpowder is a mixture of saltpeter .
; market there. The market, Road. All wives, mothers, and than 100,000,000 volumei. : sulphur and charcoah
A Black Widow Bite. Mrs. Walker ... . .
,one of the lalg ;t ir t' e stat sisters of members of Post No 90, I
should tell Mr. Walker to stay
has been dependent on cattle rais- are invited to attend the meeting. George Friedrich Handel was Peanut shells can be processed
on this end of town.
up ed in Okeechobee county. Outbreak .The plans will be made for a joint born in HaUe, Saxony, in 1685. i into fuel, bedding, and plastics
of the fever tick bringing on meeting with the Legion at the
More equipment has arrived for
the children's playground and we quarantine of same parts of the Woman's club, Monday night, Feb. ---
county, has held up movemnt ot 4. Marion Bleech, President. !
hear the PTA will furnish the
cattle into the markete until th' i I
.. II
tables and benches. We warn you I
tit:1' is broJht under rontrCJI.
again, that will be _a wonderful ; . Mrs L. F. Bars of Richmond,
park by summer time. I Va., is visiting her sister, Mrs. G.' \ Domogellizedi
!
Use Classified Ads M. Pool, and family in Pahokee. I
Speaking of the PTA recalls to
us memories of their membership - i

drive. One Duncan Padgett brags) ., 1 I VitaiinnD Milk r
of the number of members but I
does not tell how he got them.' ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO :
Duncan and Elmer Jones dressed

themselves up in a rough and ready We wish to thank our many friends in the Glades for the
style and approached about 489 business which they have given us in the past and for their AVAILABLE AT YOUR
people in this town and informed I understanding and helpful attitude toward us during the :
while we were mainly engaged in the and I
them that they would be perfectly years preparation
maintenance of Airfields for the Army and Navy. : GROCERY STORE
willing to bum their house down I i.
that night or they could purchase Once again we are able to resume peacetime operations and I II I
the little blue card they had jn offer you the same efficient and courteous service which it i :+-
their hands which already had tile has been our endeavor to render in the past. The service we I
: I offer is complete, from landscape designing to a finished i iI
it. The PTA is
prospects name on I I I planting job. Our Nurseries are stocked with a wealth of !
a fine organization and we believe I ; lovely trees, shrubs, vines potted plants etc. awaiting your LFAPhone
in it one hundred percent. We also selection Ii ,
know the organization is in :10 I'
: We invite you to stop in and visit us at any time and will i i
for or
responsible Padgett d
way
appreciate your continued business ;
Jones nor their methods.It I .
II
I E. TINSLEY HALTER President. :
: I II
is rumored around that P. P. NURSERIES: 1100 Southern Boulevard (Route No 25 at I I I 20 Belle Glade, Fla.
City Limits), West Palm Beach, Florida :
deMoya, Jr took a trip to Clew-: I .
bton a few weeks back: He estab- I : I : \
lished a beachhead and returned 1 j I I -
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the next day-ask him about it. I --- _ ---- --- --- ---- ---- --- -- - __ __ _ ____ ___________ __ un____

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nickname for ----- -
They have a new -- -- -- - ------
Mac, at the City Hall. It's one ,
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that just fits him='Redwing". '- 10 l'
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Cleve and Melba pulled a sync )
thetic job on us which makes us
all very happy. Good luck, you Ui/li/ \ ja

guys. a

When this column publishes its
list of the ten best dressed women
It will not include the name of

Parker T. Wilson, as requested.If .

all the quail hunters had to

tell the truth or die there would he - DOUBLE TRACK 1
a lot of used shotguns for sale. We :
believe all those fellows could Years ago the Florida East '
make every fisherman that ever t\Pit'. Coast Railway added a second" "

opened his mouth hide his face in H E a \Ea. \criinCJ i s main line track making it the 'I u T o M

shame. I IIt's Coast \S;efl1et t only double track rOute through BL O CK ri c
speed florid SIGN
I 'the ta9ne W11h heel further A Saes
time us Bacorn Point Road ld speed
rasa lot S Oo\nneSS' p boa
residents make the city put the c1
I 9ne rtid>l1\J beep safety andn9er ,
rock on the street or get us a \ hcrle m
and tons -- @ reduce
wheelbarrow and move it onto our il.t''JO the doable del ays ease

driveways. I I '('- fc d ate. lorrda East hack cast wilt one ovl crSt

Papa Pugh, Melvin Pugh anlDorst'Y C4t1
Pugh are presenting a
united front at one of the barber

shops. It looks good when they h/ 4
are aU In there but they spend a
lot of time trying to outmaneuver
each other.


WIIO is Mr. Big' That question
has been going the rounds as well
as this one: "\\110 is Mr. Bigger' -
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FOR
Ralph Freeman Is

'Vorshipful Master
MORE
Belle Glade Lodge BETTER

. - NEW EQUIPMENT DIESEL POWER

Ralph Freeman was installed as Fifteen new Diesel locomotive
The Florida East Coast Rail-
worshipful master of Belle Glade way has on order CI number of 5 E R V I C E units have recently been add
Lodge 273, F&AM, at ceremonies additional streamlined light- ed 10 the East Coast's Diesel
tn the Masonic Hall, Thursday neet. All principal East Coast
night Services were conducted by weight passenger cars for de
Past Master Joe Cherry, assisted livery as soon as possible. \ passenger trains are now
i Diesel.powered.i .
by Past Master A. E. Kirchm
and the Re\ J. O. Jameson, oJS i
I t
chaplain.
Other officers installed were
JOe! Freedlund senior warden;

John.Kirk, Junior warden; W. P. Florida East Coast Railway has long all Pullman accommodations are currently being .
Mr. Kirchman
nuke treasurer secretary; J a c:k Royal, senior .. followed a program ef constant improvement, used for the movement ef troops from ports of

deacon; Charles Maynard. junior keeping pace with the expanding needs of its arrival to separation centers. New passenger

i deacon: Oltis Hayes and n. D. growing territory. Improvements are still being equipment, ordered by the Florida East Coast I

Mimam, stewards; G. L. Evans, made and ethers planned that will result in still Railway even before the war, will not be de- I

chaplain; William Jeftriu, tyler, finer service tomorrow livered for several montr.s.

and W. L. Cunningham, pianist A But due to the heavy demands of returning So we ask your continued patience and ;'
past masters ring wu presented military personneL extra passenger equipment indulgence when trains are crowded and you

to Lou Bttmer, outgoing worshipful is not yet available. More than one-third of all me unable to secure reservations en the date

muter ... I railroad coaches and approximately four.filihs ef desired. I

Ken'on La.s5ittr, nephew of It.

G. McGouirk of Sand Cut has ac- FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY I.i iA
cepted a position at the HomeTown

Bakery in Pahok .
John Padgdt Lt visiting Rev Florida Industry and Institution )
and Yrs. Joe A. ToUe and family ------
in Bradenton this Wetk.




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