Title: Everglades News
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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: February 1, 1946
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
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Volume ID: VID00424
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Volume 22-No. 46 Canal Point, Palm Beach County, Florida, Friday, February 1, 19-16 $2.00 Per Year

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Seeks Re ElectionS I Chastain Is NamedCounty's

RECENT Congratulations, Mr. Salvatore



On Drainage Board
By Paul RardinIt 'Ve refer, of course, to your plan for giving

the Everglades additional member
an Residents of the Lake Region
looks like I'm going to need on the county school board and Palm Beach county were happy .
a lot of help in stirring up enough to hear of Governor Caldwell's

fuss to get signal warnings erected Carmen Salvatore, member of the county school board from Pa- appointment of R. L.Sam) Chas-
at the dangerous crossings in hokee, is due a sincere vote of thanks from the people of the Ever- Ii Lain as a member of the Ever-
the Lake Okeechobee Farming glades section of Palm Beach county for his initiative and dogged glades Drainage District board. He
,Region. In Pahokee and South determination to provide this section with another member on the is Palm Beach county's member
Bay there are some very dang- county school board. At Wednesday's meeting of the board Mr. on that important board and will
erous crossings and something Salvatore's plan bore fruit and under a new law the county was fill the place made vacant recently -
MUST be done to protect life and divided into five districts, thereby giving the Everglades an additional by the death of Earl McDanielof
member.A .
limb of the motoring public.I West Palm Beach. Mr. Chas-
recent census placed Palm Beach county in a new population ,
started this campaign for tain will take the oath of his office -
bracket and it became mandatory that the school districts be revamped
these signal lights last week by to provide for five members. With 110,000 people in the I on Thursday, February 7.
writing a series of letters to folks county it became evident that the Everglades or sections of it would when the board holds its next
in certain organizations who ,are be included in a new district. That Mr Salvatore was able to bring meeting.Mr. .
clothed with enough authority to about a complete overhauling of the districts to provide for two Chastain, a large land holder -
erect these lights.I board members in the Everglades instead of one, is a move worthy State Representative John Bol- in the Lake Olreechobee Region,
wrote the division engineer of of commendation from aU patrons of schools in this area. .linger of West Palm Beach this will be a valuable man on the
the State Road Department with A news story on this page tells of the redistricting plan. The idea I week announces his candidacy for board since he is well versed in
offices in Fort Lauderdale. His of this short editorial is to pay credit to Mr. Salvatore for a job well re-election. Mr. Bollinger has the needs of the
done, On Wednesday of this week he performed another good day's :served two terms and is offering agricultural sec-
this week excellent
answer was an
tion of Palm lie
work in a long calendar of events which through the years, have for re-election in Group One. He county.
one. It told me how to go about has served as a member of the
made him an outstanding school official
i will oppose Russell O. Morow of
erected.He :
getting a signal warning go\'ernor's ate r conservation
Lake Worth.
pointed out that 'these signals I committee and has spent a great
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are constructed by the Railway Salvatore Sponsors Plan To Get New I ------- deal of time familiarizing himself

company under our (State Road i John E. Bollinger! with the water control needs of
Dept.) supervision and the railway the eleven counties comprising the
company is reimbursed by the fed- I School Board Member For Everglades i' Everglades Drainage district.He .
eral government through the pub- Seeks! Re.Election is one of the Lake Region's
roads administration for the - ---
lie I i largest growers and has a host of
CarnE'n Salvatore school board districts Member George Sla- ,
cost of construction That -
paragraph I friends who will join with this
member from the dur- ton's district including Jupiter, I
cleared up the matter of 1 With continued agricultural progress newspaper in wishing him success
who pays for the signals and who ing the past few months has been Lake Park, Riveria Beach, Palm I given top priority in his program in his new efforts on the drainage
erects them. I knew already that I working on a plan that would Beach, West Palm Beach south of I twice-elected State Rep. board.
the sno operated and maintained give the Everglades an extra mem- VaJlette Way and Park Place i John E. BoJlingt'r announced this ------
ber the board. Fruition 1V'estgate. Military Trail and Lox.ahatchee. -
tht'm. on county I week that he will be a candidate
Then I wrote the Florida East I' of hs plan became evident on Precincts I, 2, 3, 13, I to succeed himself as representative Altnlan lorgan Is
Coast Railway in St. Augustine I Wednesday of this week when 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 31. 32 and 33. I of Group 1 in Palm Beach
about the matter. The letter evi- i members of the county board of A new district in West Palm I Count '.
instruction redistricted the Beach includes all of West Palm I Chief Candidate
dently received some serious consideration I public To his efforts and those of oth-
because the answer was : county and provided for two more Beach north of Vallette Way and era is credited the fact that the I I

from Scott M. Loftin, Trustee, of I members on the board in compli- Park Place. Precincts 4 thru 12. I Everglades Experiment Station, Altman E. Morgan will qualify
the railway. In a lengthy epistle I ance with the law. The county's The population by districts is originator of much farm prosper- with the city clerk of Pahokee this

Mr. Loftin pointed out that erection population recently went over the now as follows: ity, now has a two-year appro- morning in order that he may be.
of signals will be caned out r 100,0UQ n.ark thereby ttingino this tY.1t.; 1. w&lvatore '__ ._- 17,21 priation of $ 12OOO. Formerly the a candidate for chief of police in
.as soon as materials are avail- county into a new population Dist. 2, Slaton ..__,....................... 23,202 I station had to struggle along with the forthcoming city election to beheld
able." It is just possible that ma- bracket and under the ruling'that'the Dist. 3, Engram 25,416 $118,000 for operations covering 2-1 on Tuesday, May 7. 11".
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terials for the Glades jobs won't' school board must have five Dist. 4, New 17,153 months. Morgan's official announcement
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be available for a long time, but, members. I Dist. 5, New 29,229 Having introduced the first bill : appears in the paid advertising
I'm going to keep reminding Mr.Loftin I I The new plan calls for another i Redistricting was accomplished for reapportionment of the House columns ot today's newspaper
and others in authority that I member from the Lake Region : by passage of a resolution setting I ot Representatives, he served during Coming: to Pahokre 22 years ago
here in the Everglades we have a to be elected from a new district j up the new districts. The resolu- I the 1945 extraordinary session, Mr. Morgan has lived here since
lot of traffic the same as they do -Belle Glade South Bay, Lake. tion was offered by Board Mem-I which became known as .the Battle and the major portion ot the time
in Fast Coast cities and that lives Harbor and Brown's Farm. Sal. '' her Salvatore of the Everglades of Tallahassee", as a member he has engaged in fanning. From
in this area are just as precious as I vatore's home district now includes i and seconded by Member Slatonof I of the lO.man steering committee 1940 to 19H he was deputy sheriff
they are in the tourist centers of Canal Point, Pahokee and West Palm Beach The vote directing the fight finally resulting under Jack Baker and rendered
Florida. I Chosen. Each of the Glades districts was 2 to 1 and finally Mr. F gram : in adoption of reapportion- an outstanding service in that po-
The sugar mill crossing between I I has a few more than 11.000 lof Lake Worth swung over and i ment.I tion. While deputy Mr. Morgan
Pahokee and Canal Point and the t population. : made it unanimous. Salvatore has I In the regular 19-15 session he worked wholeheartedly and cooperatively -
FI-CRR crossing between the two I Member Jack Engram's district maintained ever since the redistricting -: continued to fight for and helped with the police department -

towns is another question. These remains the same-Lake Worth, : plan became mandatory, I to pass a bill increasing salaries of Pahokee, Belle Glade and
are both dangerous. I wrote Clarence -I Boynton, Delray Beach and Boca that the Everglades section of the of teachers and expanding the edu- i South Bay.
It Bitting ot the U. S. Sugar Raton. county should have a new member. cational facilities of Florida. Mr. Morgan wu born in Perry,
Corporation and he referred me to i West Palm Beach and the north- Wednesday's plan provides for just 1'\\0 years earlier Rep. Bollinger Fla. lie is a member of the Bap
the FECP.R. I'm not so sure that ern part of the county contain two that. fostered and fought for a new Con- tilt church and the Elks Lodge.lie .
his reference i9 what 1 want. As -- (Continued on Page 5) was married to Miss Wilda
I understand the signal warning I Isd.up ----A Friend in 1927. have
- They one
the owner of the railroad County Calls Bond Election Iarch 19 : daughter Miss Lois who is a student -

erects the signa13. If that i3 the : PTA Founders Day in Pahokt'e high school.In .

case the sugar company is responsible To See If Taxpayers Want To Establish I commenting upon the race for
for the lights on the spur between election and the possibility! of becoming .
I To Be Celebrated
Paho1ree and Canal Point
Pahoke 's chief of police,
even though the FECRR pulls out I County Park Near Riveria For 5850,000 Mr. Morgan said he had only one
the loaded cane cars and spots the I At statement to make. It follows:
Monday Meeting
unload ones I'm going into "If elected Iill be Chief of
this particular matter a little Purchase of lands on Singer Island :The remaining UooOOO of bond I II Police."
would be advertised and sold at I,
deeper. just north of Palm Beach in- ; Founders Day \\ill/be/ celebrated Political gossip: in Pahokee Is
the lowest interest rate.
to the effect that there will be
let near 1U\'eria and their devel- : The land would be acquired from I by the Pahokee Parent-Teacher
Five Bridges Built Association at the February meet- several more candidates for the office -
opment into an oceanfront public i'the Inlet Investment Corp.
-__ aCadet ing to be held in the high school of chief of police. However,
By County Road Crew park at total of S50OOO.. I
expense I, auditorium on Monday. Feb. 4, at Mr. Morgan Is the first one to
subject to the 'oterg' approval of Padgett On 8 p. m. Irs. w. P. jernigan will qualify and definitely throw his

The county road crew last week i,a bond issue, Is provided by a resolution GMA Merit ListMi1Jl'd present a special Founders Day hat into the ring....
finished rebuilding five bridges in adopted by the county commission program at which time all past -
Pelican Lake bottom where hundreds I Monday afternoon. In another e\ille-: :
: Ca.. Jan. 30.- presidents of the Pahokee 1'TA Hardin Gets State
of acres of muck are under i i resolution the commission Cadet Clarence E. Padgett, son of IMrs. i will be honored.
C'ulth'atlon. County Commissioner '' called a vote of freeholders for EXie L. Keen of Canal Point' The Pahokee PTA was organized Aid In RehuiJding

Rardin said this week that lumber March 19 on the project.A is making an outstanding record in 1929 and Irs. L.W Armstrong Bridges Off lli
b as scarce as hen's teeth but draft of the land purchase at the Georgia Military College I was elected first president of the
that he has: been able, so far to resolution, a9 read in part by this year. Cadet Padgett has the I organization. Successive presidents Bridges leading off the highway
round up enough to keep bridges County Attorney Harry Johnston, distinction of having made the have been Carmen Salvatore, between Pahoket and Belle Glade
in a fair state of repair. A new stated it to b the county's pur- Merit List every month since his 'I Mrs. L. L. Stuckey Ira York John are undergoing repairs this week
bridge wu built on Bacom Point pose to construct bathing beach entrance in September. This is I A. Dulany. Mrs. J. E. Cochran at the bands of a state rood de-

Road this wt't'k.IS . aDd picnic facilities, roads and an honor for high proficiency tn I I'two terms), M. C. Garrett Mn.I partment crew according to Coun-
--- - ,other improvements on the area, academic work. On being asked ,,I A. H. Dalton Mrs. G. C. lcLarty ty Commissioner Paul Pardin who
THE NAVY which is about 175 acres in extent how he maintains his high scholastic two terms). ID. It J. Scbroder mad arrangements last Friday
Carrol Parker, sun of Mr. and and that of the total bond record Cadet Padgett commented Mrs. J. J. Elliott (two terms), G. with state officials for the work
l1n. It L. Parker of Pahok, has issue, $t5O.ooo"OuJd be used to "1 have to study hard to I Y. Btlk and the present president, to be done. After an inspection
signed up with the Navy and went buy the land and tooOOO for the keep ahead of the other fellows, Rev, Carl A. Moherg. trip by Mr. Rardin and a state
to Atlanta on the eighth of this impro\'eml'nts. it N music two official
but I enjoy Special Including vo- it was decided that nt
month and passed combat Air Under the plan, as discussed at .... cal solos by Yrs. Amy Whiddtn work should be started this week.
Corps training test He is now the meeting, payment for the land Donald Harrington 15 at home will be presented under the direc- :On Tuesday morning a repair
training at Memphis, Tenn. and would be made in bonds dated at Port 1I3)'aca for a abort fur- tion of Robert O. Lamp AU members j crew wu on the job arA will con
later will come to the Jackson1 June I, 1946, bearing 3 per cent lough from his naval base in Callforrla. are urged to attend this important t tine until all of the bad bridges
yUle we. interest and maturing until 1971. i meeting. It are npalnd.

Page Two The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, February I, 1916

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THE EVERGLADES NEWS $$445 Is Collected

Sexing the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region I
Pahokee Schools
Established 1924 Published Every Friday By -

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance KILGORE.S
I In March' Of Dimes i iIi
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office

In Canal Point, Florid: as Second Class Matter. i Ii 1 BRED-RITE
In the March of Dimes campaign
Paul Hardin Editor and Publisher I the Pahokee schools gathered in R
$145.46 in their campaign, accord- TgO.M4RrI 11L
ing to D. D. Caudill, principal Mr. t
Papers Differ Caudill was loud in his praise for
The state editors showed divergence of opinion over President the efficient manner in which the
Truman's fireside chat. Some endorsed it, some were youngsters went after the money I
lukewarm and a few were flatly opposed to the view that for the March of Dimes drive. Here Does Your Dog Scratch?
congress is to blame for the present muddled state of affairs is the final report: .
\Vashington.. 1st Grade, Mrs. Shirley $16.501st
Grade, Mrs. Heller 9.00
The Miami Daily News was the most ardent supporter of 2nd Grade, Mrs. Johnson 9.85
the Truman message. The News used two columns of its 2nd Grade, Miss Henry 32.75

editorial page to name members of the key committees the 3rd Grade, Mrs. Douthit 58.00 Don't Blame Fleas, Mange, Diet or
president had accused of holding up his legislative program 3rd Grade, Mrs. Speer 30.20
The paper urged its readers to write to these men and to 4th Grade, Mrs. Mosley .. 23.10 I Nerves! 2 to 1 it's "FUNGITCH"
write or contact personally Flordia's representatives and 4th Grade, Miss Caraway 16.30
senators.Of 5th Grade, Mrs. Walston 80.50
two Floridians in congress, the paper said: "Senator 5th Grade, Mrs. Thomas 40.90 I
in need little 6th Grade, Mrs. Harlow .. . 30.10 Eliminates '
Pepper has a fine, liberal record and stands of SULFADENE 'FUngitc
Mrs. Wortham 11.60
prodding. Representative Cannon" who does need some 7A................_..._......_.......................... 10.007B
prodding, is \Vashington.. ....._......._.____...._. ._._ 9.20 Caused by Mouldy Grass and Weeds!
Carl Hanton of Fort Iyers took the other extreme of the 7C ...._.w. ..._,_... ..__... 13.00
question. The veteran editor of the News-Press claimed SA .......,.. ..._......,__........_10.75
that if the president did stir up the people to write their SB ...- _....__ 3.00
congressman most of the letters would be against the ad- 9th Grade .._......_ 20.92 'Ve Carrr PULVEX Remedies In

mi nistra tion. 10th Grade __........ 8.65
"The great mass of unorganized and inarticulate citizens, 11th Grade ..__._.._. 3.70 Stock For Your Convenience

to whom he appeals are by no means in favor of the bills he 12th Grade .__........... 1.44
wants passed." Hanton singled out for particular censure
the unemployment compensation bill (to Hanton it's "rock- ...
ing chair money"), the FEPC, the full employment bill md
. the factfinding proposal for settling labor disputes.-St. Rev Ryan Wood Is

Petersburg Times. Lions Club Speaker
&_&& & '" I I KILGORE SEED CO1
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Mr and Mrs. Raymond Caruthers -{ AIIOKEE BAPTIST CHURCH I Re\ Ryan Wood, pastor of the '
had as their house guest over The 250 Sunday School attendance Memorial Presbyterian Church,)
the weekend Miss Doris Jordan of objective of the First Baptist West Palm Beach, was guest Pahokee Belle Glade
Illaleah.RUSSELLOZ. speaker at the Tuesday luncheon :
Church of Pahokee almost enjoyed I ,
attainment last Sunday, missing meeting of the Pahokee Lions I Phone 3201 Phone 106
by only 17, with 233 attending. As Club. Introduced by Frank Ro-
a result of the supper meeting of :2elle, program chairman Rev. i
the faculty, deacons and wives on : Wood chose as the subject of his I , & & ... & s-... "" ....I .... ,,_"- '"
Monday, 36 present, plans for the I address, 1he Resources of Human i
Life." I
accomplishment of the above will
be entered into. Because of the I A joint meeting of American t I
MORROW interest and enthusiasm displayed, j Legion Post 90 and the Legion I IWoman's PIANOS JEWELRY MUSIC
I it was decided to conduct these Auxiliary at the Wom- I
meetings monthly, the fourth ,, an's Club building on Monday t I
For I Monday. Different groups of the i iI night. Feb. 4, was announced by ''I J. W. RASHLEY
I J. H. Barwick. All veterans '
I churchill be the honored guests. of'I I
i This arrangement is one of the World Wars I and II are urged to I I JEWELER Belle Glade, 'Ia.
i i items on the list of activities of attend this meeting.
STATELEGISLATURE the church in keeping with the*T For his ability in rounding up'I ,
new building program. new members for the club Duncan I I . GO TO CHURCH SUNDAYInsedilcides

Sunday morning at eleven, the I Padgett, membership corraler ex- :
pastor Rev. C. A. Moberg will con- traordinary, was presented with a -
tinue his series of sermons on The ,, master key.Special ,
Sermon on the Mount, preaching! luncheon guests were the . -.
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(Group One) in particular on The Relation: of'' following scout officials: W. E. i iNexscn -
Christ to the law", as found in assistant scout executive
A Matt. 5:17.20. The Ladies Quartet Vest Palm Beach; Jack Phillips,
It was my honor to serve will sing. At the evening hour of scoutmaster, Jack Spencer, assist- :
'i;6:30: the Training Union will meet. ant scoutmaster, and Melvin ,t &
in the
you Spooner, recreation director of'
At 7:30, Rep Cowart will conduct
tare for six years before I the song service, with Mrs. C. R. Pahokee Boy Scout Troop 23. Other '
Wroten at the piano. The Illuminated visitors were C. A. McIntosh, i Spray Materials
entering the military service '' Cross Meditation Sing will i Col Davis and W. D. Sheppard of
be conducted with the Class Quar- Miami.
of our country. I will
tet singing "Kneel at the Cross",

appreciate the opportunity especially arranged for this ser- Funeral Services FERTILIZERS
\'ice. The fourth of the 18 Bap-
of serving you again in the tist Articles of Faith will be the For C. E. Stebel, 60
sermon theme of the hour, namely, WE DELIVER DIRECT TO TilE FARM IN
I.egislature. Funeral services for Charles Edison
"The Way of Sah'ation. Additional -
copies of the booklet explaining Stebel, 60, of Port St. Joe, a
(Paid Political Adv) the history of the Baptists will be former Pahokee resident, were
distributed to those Interested. held at the .. in
..Jwwwwwuw Ferguson Chapel- DDT DUST or LIQUID
West Palm Beach on Monday, Jan.

28, at2p.m.sithRev.! W.L II 'VE nx TO YOUR SPECIFICATIONS FROM
Dowler, pastor of the First United
Lutheran Church officiating Mr. I OUR STOCK OF

Stebel, an electrician, came to Pa-
A Servant of the Glades
hokee from Fort Lauderdale in 50 per cent or 100 per cent
1928 and after eight years of resi-
dence here, moved to Port St. Joe

To fiami in 1936. CUT NORM BAIT
4 Buses Survivors include the wife, Lou-
To 1''est Palm Beach ella Marie Stebel, Port St. Joe; !
two daughters, Mrs. J. F. Nelson, !I
Daily To Ft Iyers & Lakeland West Palm Beach, and Mrs. J. T. I

Smith, Port 81. Joe, and one son, II vwwwwwI
Robert Lee Stebel, Port St. Joe. I

Glades Motor Lines Inc O.Pallbearers B. McClure.were George R. J. Mead Schroder, H., ''I I WE GUARANTEE TilE QUALITY 01" OUR I III
M. McIntosh, Claude Padgett and
J. V. Thom, all of Pahoket". II I
Burial was at Woodlawn Ceme- OF MIXTURE AS REPRESENTED
j I tel)', West Palm Beach. II' il I
u lis SI'(1.\L Tlt\lSISO 1 ,Ii I

First Lt. George W. Parker son I Ior i

Pahoktt Mr. and, and Mrs.Mrs.R. Parker L. Parker have or' ;1 M. P. human IurD

gone to Quantico... after !'pend'ing : Ii
the holidays ht'reith their ,
parents and relatives and friends
in Miami Lt. Parker is taking 14'I j PHONE 631 PAIIOKEE:. I'IA
weeks pedal training at the \1- i
girJ.a base and 'Aill go from there
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; to the base at San Diego, Cat I

February t, 191 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Page Three
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I l\lrs. Blakey Named I Stanley an-d M;;. Ferguson. The T TI I = --

Cinematic Chatter group conducted a pledge serviceand
Circle Leader I voted to purchase new fume! I
By Malcolm Millar :
for the I
ishings guest room at the I

. Mrs. Arch Blakey was elected parsonage. I. We wish to thank our many friends in the Glades for the
Bette Davis, with a new leading chairman of the Simonson-Lair 1 The circle presented a gift to business which they have given us in the past and for their I
man, whose name is John Dall, Circle, Pahokee Methodist WSCS, Mrs. Ferguson who was celebrating -, ", understanding and helpful attitude toward us during the I
comes into the Prince for the Sun.dayMonday at a meeting at the home of Mrs. a birthday anniversary. Guests I years while we were mainly engaged in the preparation and !
screening, with a very Ralph Stanley Monday afternoon. were Mrs. J. W. Payne, Mrs. Ren- maintenance of Airfields for the Army and Na\oy. I II
fine story under the title '"The Other officers chosen for the coming fro and Mrs Max Ammons, each I Once again we are able to resume peacetime operations and I
Com Is Green." The show having year were Mrs. I. W. Weeks, of whom was presented with a offer you the same efficient and courteous service. which It
received more favorable comment secretary: Mrs. O. B. McClure, bouquet of flowers. It was an- .. has been our endeavor to render in the past. The service we
from press and public than many treasurer: Mrs. R. F. Hurt, spiritual nounced that the next meeting offer is complete, from landscape designing to a finished
former pictures of Bette's, I would life chairman Mrs. R. J. would be held at the home of Mrs. planting job. Our Nurseries are stocked with a wealth QfI
; lovely trees, shrubs, vines, potted plants etc. awaiting your
this show will be that I
say one you Schroder, program chairman: Mrs. Blakey with MI'3. M. P. Holmanin I selection.
will enjoy to the utmost. As it Is R. J. Simonson, sunshine chair- charge of the program. I I I'I I
even rated better tharl her famous man. -.. I We invite you to stop in and visit us at any time and will
I I I appreciate your continued business,
"Dark VictorY', which we played
Mrs. Schroder presented a program WSCS TO MEET
a few back, it must be a E. TINSLEY HALTER President.
years' - on "Peace Through the Way I The Canal Point Methodist Society
boney. of the Cross." She was assisted by I of Christian Service will NURSERIES: 1100 Southern Boulevard (Route No. 25 at
Tuesday-Wednesday boasts a Mrs. T. A. Ferguson Mrs. Emma. conduct its February meeting at : City Limits), West Palm Beach, Florida
double feature, plus an added at- Wheeler, Mrs. Stanley and Mr& the home of Mrs George Kingsley :'I
traction. First picture up Is Jack Ferguson. The same theme was on Tuesday, Feb 5. at 2 p. m. J ...
Haley and Ann Savage in "Scared used in the devotionals which were Mrs. A. R. Harrington president -r-' --TYT"ffVr

Stiff", which is a comedy with,led by Mrs. Hurt, assisted by Mrs will preside at the business session. PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERS
some new slants, built along
laughing lines only, and I know r -. --
you'll enjoy every moment of it. I .
Second show on the bill is "John.fly -
Angel" which stars George
Raft . And, by the way, George NEW.lill.1I
ha3n't been on local screens in
some time. This one is a sea story
which has to do with a deserted
hip at sea, blood stains, a wom-
ans shoe and other evidence of foul
play all of which leads to a
mystery, the unraveling of which
promises many thrills and throat
strangling moments.On .
the same bill comes The
March of Time subject of which I.i
"Challenge to Hollywood". It is
of interest to all cinema goers as r rI
It tells what we can expect from ,
4 !r ax
the film industry in the future and
reveals how the British movie r .
makers plan bigger and better
super-colossals with the idea of
capturing world markets.Thursday.Friday .
Noah Eeery
Jr., and Bonita Granville have a
very clever little comedy under I
the title "The Beautiful Cheat" .
On the same bill comes "White
Pongo'" which takes us on a trek
into the wastes of deepest Africa
with two men from Scotland Yard
on a hunt for a killer whom they
suspect to be among a part of
hunters. j
Saturday brings Rod Cameron
and Fuzzy Knight in 'Trigger
Trail" which is said to be average! wdItf
for tainment.the western variety of enter-

See you at the movies-Mal. ,
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The Pahokee Baptist Business 100'OCTANEI
Woman's Circle will meet at the f I
home of Mrs. C. A. Moberg on
1'uesday evening, Y.eb. 5. with
Mrs. Homer Barnes in charge of
the program


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Four The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida
Friday February 1, 19t6
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Worthy Grand Matron fee and cake as refreshments. I I -- ---.
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It was announced at the meeting
Honored By Stars I that Mrs. Esther LeFils 'worthy

; matron of the Pahokee Chapter THE WAY OF SALVATION
The Pahokee Chapter Order of has been named grand page to II
Eastern S t a f. honored Mrs. serve at the Grand Chapter meeting -
. Mabelle Ramey of Miami, worthy in Miami April 912. I Irs. G. B. Ramey, Phone 2052) (Third Baptist Article of Faith
Approximately 125 guests representing rrs. C. T. Jackson had as )
grand matron, on her birthday anniversary -
chapters of District 18, luncheon guests Wednesday Mrs.
Thursday night of last attended the dinner and meeting. Vivian Barnick of West Palm

week at a birthday dinner in the -r.JonesJordan-.--- Beach, Mrs. T. S. Kirk, Mrs. W. HVann .
Lions Hall followed by a meeting and Mrs. A. J. Ludeman. "We believe that the salvation of sinners is wholly -
in the :Masonic Temple I Rev. and Mrs. T. A. Ferguson
:Mrs. Dorothy Graham, grand instructor i had as a guest over the weekend 1 of grace; through the mediatorial offices of the
of District 18. acted as I their daughter Miss Allie Ferguson -
mash of ceremonies at the din Rev. and rrs. Samuel B. Jordan home Economic instructor at Son of God; who by the appointment of the
ner. The tables were decorated of Hialeah announce the engage- Lake Worth High School.
with bouquets of roses and sweet ment and approaching marriage of Mrs. J. W. Payne Sr.. is returning Father, freely took upon Him our nature, yet

peas. As entertainment a skit was their daughter, Doris Evelyn. to to her home in Lake Placid without sin; honored the Divine Law by His
presented by Mrs. Ruth Carpenter Claude Sidney Jones, of Pahokee. this weekend after a to-day visit personal -
and Irs. Iva Snyder. Mrs. Edna Miss Jordan is a graduate of Pa- with her son-in.law and daughter, obedience, and by His death made a full
Barrett Mrs. Beulah George and hokee High School, Mars Hill 1.Ir. and Mrs C. T. Jackson in
:Mrs. Virginia Adams were in Junior College Mars Hill, N. C.: Pahokee atonement for our sins; that having risen from
charge of dinner arrangements. and Shorter College Rome, Ga. I Mrs. Mary Cunningham of Sum-i
Special guests, in addition to Mrs. She has been employed 83 social ter S. C.. hag arrived in Pahokee the dead He is now enthroned in heaven; and

Ramey were John Ramey, Mrs. worker for the State Welfare :for a visit with her son and uniting in His wonderful
Gertrude Grasnic grand Electa of Board in Miami for the past few:daughter-in-law, Mr. and :Mrs.I .i I person the tenderestI

Lake Worth, G. F. Grasnic of Lake months.Mr. I Dave W. Cunningham. I sympathies with Divine perfections, He is everyyway
Worth and Mr and Mrs. W, 1.1 : Jones is a graduate of Pa- Sarah Elaine Salvatore, 16-
Cox also of the same city : hokee High School and attended months-old daughter of Mr. and qualified to be a suitable, a compassionate
:Mrs. Graham also presented the I the University of Florida, Gainesville I Mrs Carmen Salvatore, Jr., of Pa- I
program at the meeting in the before enlisting in the Navy.He I hokee who is suffering from en- and an an-sufficient Saviour"
temple which featured M r 8. I recently received his discharge cephalitis, has been taken to a hospital -!
Ramey's address on "Faith." Chap-I from the service after serving I in Atlanta Ga.. ,for treatment Paid Advertisement of the
ter members presented a tableau three years, 21 months of which by a brain specialist there. ,
depicting the life of the worthy j was spent in the Pacific theater I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hatton and i First Baptist Church, Pahokee Fla.
grand matron from the time of I of war. I I son, Roger who have been the I i
her infancy until she took her i The wedding date has been set guests of his brother Joe Hatton, & & &
place at the East of the Grand for Feb 10 at 4 p. m. and the and family in Pahokee have gon&l l & & &
Chapter A large birthday cake I ceremony will be held at the Hia-II to West Palm Beach where they I
baskets of mixed vegetable and I leah Baptist Church. Rev. Jordan, will spend a month before returning -
other gifts were presented to the I father of the brideelect.ill of- to their home in Brutus, Ky., I I II II
honoree. Mrs. Ila Howell And ,ficiate. No cards are being issued Edwin C. Cowart ION 2-c. who I I
Mrs Juanita CUlberson served cor-j but friends are invited to attend recently re-enlisted for four more
j I1oiiiogenizt11
I years in the Navy was transferred
__ __ __ ___ .___ __ ___ ___J from JJiami to the San Diego Naval -

,,, Base on Saturday i iI i
1\- 'r\" I'-At'AIAHA!IfI If'" 1lU: If"If""""" 11 Mrs. Edgar Martin, Mrs. Agnes VitUlli ill D liII
Archibald and Mr. and Mrs. Law- I H {
150/0 DISCOUNT TO ALL rence Rafts, who have been the ,I I
guests of Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Arm- I I
f"to strong in Pahokee have gone to i
Hollywood, lo'la.. for visit of
We handle fine clothes for men and womenmanufactured a sev- : : AVAILABLE AT
eral weeks before returning to YOUR I
by Herbert's. They are tailored to measure and sure
their homes in Salem, Ind.
to We in Ladies' I
please. specialize tailoring
Miss Vivian Steele of San Fran- GROCERY STOREtLFA I
cisco, Calif.. is the house guest of !

AL BELCHER her Starling grandmother Mrs. Bertha I -0--0- i!

BOX 876 PAHOKEEj David Cunningham has been ill
\ with the measles at his home on I II'
\ I'n 11 n nn nn tl.UIIV.II.UII.'M! !' I'' Bacorn Point Road for the past
:, two weeks. ,
-- George Dupree, manager of the
-= = == ; local P&L store was a business I .
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I ;j ii, visitor in Miami on Wednesday of : si' I
this week ,
BERRY FUNERAL HOME : H. F. Hughart of Hamel Minn.. I Phone 20 Belle Glade, Ha ;
':,has gone to Miami after a visit i
I III with his niece Mrs. H. J. Clause II
Ambulance Service
; and family in Pahokee. _

: Pahokee Ph 2301 Belle Glade Ph 247 I II I

I l 1 p

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". .1 L aa

Prince TheatrePAHOKEE I o! Thursday, Feb 7 a Q



SundayMonday"THE iSM GRAND OLE

Davis, John Dall





"Johnny i\ngel" (] BILL MONROE Lester Flatt

George Raft Sig-ne IassoI'iw (!
and his new cast of y Big Howdy Foster
,; March of Time "ChallenJC To Hollywood" 3

ThursdayFriday"TIIE I .. Jasephus.Y
That lirthquake of Fun iJ

Noah Beery, Jr, Bonit3 Granville r, ,) And many others all iJ

ALSO'VIIITE 6 Little Sally Ann The stars of WSM

Kentucky Song Bird

0 ,\nrlTS .........-..- $1.00
Richard Fraser, Lionel Royce tax included S
DOORS OPEN .... 7 p. m.

Saturday ; CIIII.lHlF.\ .....__ .0c
SHOW STARTS .... B:15 under 12 yes s

Rod Cameron, Fuzzy Knight BILL MONROE

1 I !crjrrYo1'iJ'1: : : Z ":?if"r IY 11'Page

Friday, February 1, 1946 .. The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Page Five

Bollinger- I Old Tables & Chairs I Mr. and Mr-; Ed Thompson and 1 1I .
I son returned to Due West, S. C.,I
(Continued from page 1) Needed Scouts !
I By Friday spending a few days
with relatives in Pahokee and
gressional district for South Flori-I! Got any old chairs or tables laying Belle Glade. Ed is a former employee WHAT'S AHEAD
da. This was obtained and Palm
of the Bank
around the garage that you of Pahokee
Beach has 47 percent of
don't need? Well, the Pahokee Boy and was recently discharged from
the population of the new district. Scouts are in need of stuff to furnish the army after nearly five years
Rep. Bollinger introduced, and their hut and will appreciate service. IN 1ElEPNONE SERVICE ?
was the author of the bill which
whatever you can't use. If you _
became a law making It possible 4.
happen to have anything likewe've
for the filing of one application Classified Ads
mentioned, please get in
for homestead exemption cover
touch with Jack Phillips at the
municipal and county taxing au & .
post office in Pahokee. Jack, you
therities. FOUND: 12 karat gold filled tie
know, is Pahokee Scout Master,
Every bill passed during his tenure and is doing an excellent job, so, pin. Initials RHC. Owner may
have same by paying for this adv.
relating to veterans benefits give him a lift in this table and
was supported and voted for by chair business. FOR S.\LE: Corner 50.foot front
Representative Bollinger. I and 90 feet deep. A
dandy spot
Born and reared in Cochran, Ga., : --- I \
for your home on Canal in Canal
Rep. Bollinger has resided in Palm I Mr. and Mrs. William Cary and
Point. For information write
Beach County for 22 years. He is children returned to Marianna siJ
Ralph Mock, 1202 Canal St, Ft.
the father of five children. A Monday after spending several
Iyers Feb. 8ch
son, John E. Bollinger, Jr., is now days with Mr and Mrs. J. V.
,serving as an ordinary seaman Thomas and Mr and Mrs Luke W."ED: Two men or women to
with the U. S. Navy. I Fraser. I build insurance debit, no lapse

______ ____ __ - H_ I charge, old line company, life, sick,
I accident and hospitalization to
both white and colored. A good
I contract. Write W. F. Robertson,
:Dist. Mgr., Box 157, Chosen,
Fla. Feb Bpd

11000 FOOT FRONTAGE j Returned service man and wife,
!I permanently employed. desires
furnished apartment. No children

0NTHE I II or pets. Phone Pahokee, 2001.
I Jan 252tpd.
Pahokee-Belle Glade Road north of Section 20 i
FOR GALE: Sweet potatoes. $3.00
Store and south of J. \Vaddell's home. This i pe "bushel. C. D. Jones, Bacom In case you don't recognize r.1 in the turban, I'm

property is 235 feet deep.Front. ; Point Road, Pahokee, Fla. Jan 25 Telephone Tcmmy... gazing into the future. What

i pd2t. I see is cf great importance to every Floridian.

I $12 Foot FOR SALE: Close in business lot.
Two small houses in rear. $3,000. I see telephones in the future for all who want "-

I See Dan Carpenter, Pahokee, Fla them. I see a let of people with new jobs and
I ; steady incomes .more good customers for more
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TERMS: Ih Cash, Long terms on balance PICKRES'S POULTRY F.\n, businesses. ..added prosperity for Floridaallas

j I i 10 pct discount for aU cash, ; Bacom now open Point, about Road.two A miles thousand down a result of the tremendous expansion program

I j I started by the Telephone Company
ji to pick from. The best and cheapest
I I in town. Feb 15pd
This program involves the expenditure of more
SEE Y\VOOD BAXTER Section GREASE TRAPS and septic tanks than
at 20 $300,000,000 in the nine southeastern states
cleaned and repaired. See Bob
Store for details in and that the investment in
or see me Douthit, Pahokee, Fla. 1.ll.ch. means present telephone
Pahokee i facilities in Florida will be practically doubled.So .
I FOR SALE: Triple A White Rock
Ii i roosters, young, about grown, I see the need for a heap of money. This
i M. P. Holman, Pahokee. l.ll.ch.
i money will have to come, as it has in the past,

J. FOR SALE: 13 lots in Northmoor from the savings of hard working, thrifty people.
: q. Relll.Y subdivision in Belle Glade, C. A.

Bailey, Belle Glade. J18ch Unless they have confidence in the safety of

I : PAUOKEE, FLA. FOR SALE: Farmland in four their investment and feel assured of a reasonable
and five acre tracts on hard return on that investment, new funds for future
road C. A. Bailey, Belle Glade,
Fla JaniSchI expansion will not be forthcoming.

.._ _ _ I
So it is have important
I easy to see earnings an -

place in your future telephone service.





Hereby Announces His

Candidacy For !I : BEAN SEED rOR ALE! I

Chief of Police

: Corneh Keystone Seeds Available I I I

Limited Quantities : !

0, Fordhook Bush Limas ............$12.00 bu. ;, !
Subject To The Will Of The D I

Tendergreens .........................11.15 bu ', !.
Voters Of Pahokee In The
Plentifuls .................................. 9.95 bu ;

t J L ountifuls ___............................. 10.80bu. :

Sure-Crop Wax ..........._........... 10.95 bu. :

Election Tuesday May 7 1 Giant Stringless _..._.............._.. 9.95 bu. ;

Black Valentine Stringless .... 9,951w.

h] Little Marvel Peas ..__...._...._.... 7.95 bu. I II I


These Are Delivered Prices Regular II
If Elected I Will Be dlI
I I Deliveries Every Friday :

or Police

Checkerboard Feed Store :

C! j
418 Park S1. 22039r.. Palm Beach ;
(Paid FditlW Adv.)


Page st The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, February I, 1946C

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E. Stebel 60 Died B1RTIIDA ANNIVERSARY I Grand Ole .
Mrs. P. P. deMoya entertained Opry Is
In Port St. Joe Tuesday with a party honoring I Music
. .
her mother-in-law, Mrs. Isabelle
Coming To Pahokee
c. E. Stebe, GO, for many years "lIother" La\\11e, on her birthday THE LASTING GIFT '
a resident of Pahokee, died last anniversary. Refreshments of
week at Port Sl Joe after a short cake, tea and candy were served Next Thursday Eve Can you imagine anything more appropriate than a musical
instrument of some kind There are no new ones available
illness. Burial was made at Wood by the hostess to the guests.
lawn cemetery in West Palm .. .. at present, but \\'e do have modem styled, new appearing
l1irrApianos. fully guaranteed. W also have several thoroughly
Beach of this week. Pahokee Lions club will
on Monday present reconditioned
RAMBLERS WUi 31-42 band instrumentS.
Rev. W. L. Dowler, pastor of the a Grand Ole Opry show at the The most complete stock of record$ and record albums available -
First United Lutheran church of- Pahokee RAmblers won an in- school auditorium in Pahokee both classical and popular will be foUnd In our store.
ficiated. teresting basket ball game from next Thursday nigfe 7. Plan now to make MUSIC the'answer to your gift problem.

... the Belle Glade town team Wednesday Several Grand Ole Opry stars-di- It'sU,1 lasting Fitt-keeps on giving happy listening hours.
I night by a score of 51.(2. rect from WSM at Nashville, We Invite you'to our store to see ou; selections.

Legion Groups To . Tenn., Will present the show, acv BRUBAKER MUSIC CQMPANY
Mis Vivian Mangerie, beauty f9rding to advance notices.
Meet Monday Night consultant of New York City, };asa Bill Monroe and his all new cut- The Palm 'Beachee' Most Comple! Ma Io Store

business guest of Kahn's on Mon of Blue Grass Boys will be one of PHONE 4175 206 DATUR.DT PAUl EACH
... ....... .
:Members ot the Pahokee post of day and Tuesday. the main attractions on the bill.

the American Legion and the Lester Flatt, the boy from the -
Legion Auxiliary will hold a joint Charles R. Barfield and his singing hills of Tennessee will be

meeting next :Monday night at the daughter, Mrs. Elise Jordan and another feature of the show. Big

Women's club in Pahokee. A pot- her small sons, Jim and John of Howdy Foster, the champion fid-
luck supper is on the schedule for West Palm Beach accompanied by dler of the Pacific fleet,will no

1:30 o'clock. A cordial invitation Mrs. Jordan's brother-in-law, Rev. doubt draw his share of applause Dog RacingWORLD'S

is extended to all service men, ex- Dave Jordan of Port Huron, Mich., when he appears before the crowd.
service men and their wives to be: were dinner guests Saturday at Earl Scruggs, billed as the South's I

in attendance. the home of Mrs. Sarah A. Bar- foremost banjo picker, will have Ii

. field in Pahokee. Rev. Jordan i.9 hie spot in the Opry for the even- i FASTEST
pastor of the Baptist church in ing. Little Sally Ann the song
Ims WRPIIY ILL Port Huron. bird from Kentucky, is another at- i GREYHOUNDS
. .. traction.
I .
Mr and Mrs. Charles W. Ken Two thousand spoons were found Advance notice assures the show !
nen, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Murphy I in sewers of East London South going public that an evening of IN ACTION NIGHTLY

and :Mr. and Mrs. Mack Murphy! Africa in the last year. fun and genuine entertainment is i (except Sundays)
. out to
weekend in store for those who go
were called to Miami last I I
because of the serious illness of I The Army wore out only 30 per see the Lions club's presentation
their mother, Mrs. E. O. Murphy, cent of its equipment in combat in of Grand Ole Opry.BurdeshawTillis.
formerly a Pahokee resident. Mr. II'Europe. --
and Mrs. Kennen were also called I .. .. Daily Double 2nd and 3rd races

to Lake Worth because of the I Seaboard Air Line Railway

death there of his brother-in-law, freights hauled nearly 4,000,000 Nine quiniela races
Miss Imogene Tillis, daughter
Thomas E. Reed. tons of farm products during 19-14.
of :Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Tillis of I I
f v wvw IMM .
Pahokee, became the bride of John I II
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Price Burdeshaw, also of Pahokeeat I. '
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS a ceremony performed at the. No minors admitted

As required by law I will be at the following places on the dates Pahokee First Baptist pastorium I
set opposite each, for the purpose of receiving tax returns for the Saturday even.g, Jan. 26. The
year 19-16: vows were read by Rev. Carl A. i, I

Prec. 1Ioberg. All racing under state racing i !
No. Location Date Time Place Attendants were Mr. and Mrs.

1 Jupiter Feb. 4.194610:00 AM to 11:00 AM Post Office I Kelly, brother-in-law and sister of I commission supervision i
I the brid groom.I .
2 Lake Park Feb. 4,194612:00 Noon to 1:00 PM Post Office I
The bride wore a blue gabardine ; I
3 Riviera Feb. 4, 1946 2:00 P Ito 4:00 PM City Hall I
suit with black accessories. She
19 Palm Beach Feb. 5, 1946 2:00 PM to 4:00: PM City Hall is a member of the Senior Class I l

All Lake Worth Feb. 7,19610oo AM to 4:00 PM City Hall at Paho'.tee High School and plans PALM BEACH Ji Jii

32 Military Trail Feb. 12, 1946 9:30 AM to 10:00: AM Canal Bridge to continue her studies through

23 xahatchee Feb. 12, 19t610:30 AM to 11:30 AM Post Office the current school year.

31 Westgate Feb. 12. 1946 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM School Audi. Mr. Burdeshaw son of Mr. and. KENNEL CLUB I IOPPo"'Jte
Burdeshaw I i
39 South Bay Feb. 14, 194610:30 AM to 11:30 AM Post Office Mrs. Price before his i
recent from the Army 31orrbon Field
40 Lake Harbor Feb. 14, 1946 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM Post Office discharge i
served in the European theater : On Belvedere Road 'I
42 Greenacres Feb. 15, 1946 9:30 AM to 10:30 AM Garage
where he was wounded in action. i 11'est Ialm Beach
24 Lantana Feb.15, 194611:00 AM to 11:30 AM Town Hall auto- ,
He 13 now employed at an I
25 Boynton Feb. 15, 1946 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM City Hall mobile sales agency in Belle Glade. --

All Delray Feb.20,194610:00 AM to 4:00 PM City Hall Following a wedding trip to the

41 Shawno Feb. AM to 11:00 AM Office to
21,194610:00 Building East Coast the couple plan ------ - - --- -

37 Chosen Feb. 21, 1946 1:00 PM to 2:00: PM Post Office make their home in Pahokee.
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38 Belle Glade Feb. 21,1946 2:30 PM to 4:00: PM Town Hall

35 Canal Point Feb.26,19-1610:00 AM to 11:00 AM Post Office S. S. Teachers Enjoy ftlST YOIIR
36 Pahokee Feb.26, 1946 1:00 PM to '4:00 PM Town Hall
Chicken Dinner
30 Boca Raton Feb.28,194610:00: AM to 11:30 AM Town Hall

All West Palm B. open daily until April 1st. Court House
A chicken dinner prepared by BEANS
Return on REAL ESTATE, TANGIBLE AND INTANGIBLE PER- Irs. W. H. Key was enjoyed by
SONAL PROPERTY should be filed at this time. I respectfully urge Pahokce First Baptist Sunday
all taxpayers to meet me at the various appointments and make their
school teachers and officers pre.Iceding I
returns. I shall be glad to discuss any tax problem which you may their meeting in the Lions I
have and help you in any way possible.If .
Hall Monday evening. Hostesses

for any reason you cannot meet me at these appointed places the were Mrs. Homer Barnes, Mrs. F.G. ,
Tax Assessor's Office in the County Court House will be open for the Gillis and Irs. O. O. Gilbert. I IO.
purpose of receiving returns until the first of April. After that date 0 Gilbert, superintendent, I
no returns can be filed, nor can a homestead exemption application be presided at the business. Irs.
accepted.I .
Ellsworth Keen was named superintendent ,

shall be glad to mail the necessary blanks to anyone upon request. of the nursery depart-
ment of the school, succeeding Mrs.
JAMES )1. OVENS, JU. The I e
Elmer Jones who resigned.
County Assessor of Taxes, Palm Beach group voted to conduct regular ,

County Florida dinner meetings every fourth Monday -; corm
evening. roll er
-.....&.- leaf
t e ..
Members of the Baptist Inter-
I MtlMiCfyoct
mediate Union, under the dIrection ', so Pq ADS Atl

of Mrs. F. G. Gillis, leader presented -
Serving The Glades! a special program, "The
Pastor's Life for a Day," at the
i church Sunday evening. Following .,, .. All the advantages of natural
the program the group presented ., Greenland cryolite.
It has been a distinct pleasure to serve the folks f a gift to their pastor, Rev. %NSECiC
Carl A Moberg, in appreciation ofi .. High degree of control at economical -
I in the Lake Region and, we anticipate with pleasure i his work. ., cost.
continuing this good effort. It is a genuine +1--- Not toxic to cattle e1 !'' '
I .. acutely man, ... ,.
pleasure to serve you and we are anxious that you ;j ., or other anima1s. '-. J-

know just how we feel in regard to the many I I Available alone or in combina-

favors you have shown us during the years we 1. 1 JtJt ; Lion with copper or sulphur .aJlf r--V a

{ ( hu J J, if desired.
have been in business. SUPREME; DDT


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II I HOME KIT MAN .I i 1JC -II.HO. ..c /AN1 ..4".."," fer... .' rM.
;1 enact of S&1oDYPt I ..... .d 1y ,.. Lt.ltloewwtot

Western Auto Associate Store 60 wL.tioa.itb Coders K.z 60 tad... M 1000M1OtklttuunsG.1wLA.r/A.. ..tIri.III.IItItI.I.Ifh..Yi4 .. ,. .
. .
I blliCl.CoCtOI IPPU, "r I .aIIrA. Auto 9. sire.'fOIbtIt; fder .4,1<< IIIC.o.pt.
.1 oar IIcwuAliut ad 1dflOltl,2o3 .----v@ .Ww.itiN.+ t. Oo ..TIC .. l.a. ".....yW dJI..dW.ow.4w .

I. M. LAIR, Owner PAHOKEE, FLA. I comriae iagr.aioat Houri of Ho", h

liller's Drug Store J ,&.riM Ap.hr.I)hif c..,..,

n. rutlft sal C..N.y
l'boac $1 Qaaai Point -_-.....


Friday, February 1, 1946 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Page Seven

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E.'S BIBLE -------1 Lottie Moon Group
Some twenty f

ed to the Pahokee Men's Bible I Met On llondayI HALSEY & GRIFFITH, IXC., 313 DATURA STREET

classroom to accommodate the WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, WISHES TO EXTEND -
rapidly growing attendance. There I a business meeting of the I II
were 64 present last Sunday. The Lottie Moon Circle, Baptist WMU,
objective of 75, it is hoped, will I at the church Monday afternoon I II FRIENDS AND CUSTO IERS.
and Maxwell have I
l1rs. UO
be achieved this Sunday. The I. Mrs. Nell Alderman was elected WITH THE COMING OF THE NEW YEAR WE ARE
taken into their home and are applying Class will two local chairman of the Baptist
for adoption papers for an selections, with Gary Sanders at !Children's Home, succeeding Mrs.L. UP O-i
infant born at the Everglades -
boy the piano. To those who like to M. rullis, who resigned.
Memorial Hospital on Jan. 19. I share in the singing and listening : Irs. Horace Um\in reported the Underwood Typewriters
named the little fellow
They I of a group of men this size, will successful reorganization of the Iarchant Calculators
Gilbert Mead. appreciate the song service con- I Girls Auxiliary group under the
Mr. and Mrs James L. Wade Sunstrand Adding Machines
Mrs. Grimes.
: ducted .by Rep Cowart. One of I leadership of Ralph
of Pahokee announce the birth of a the most interesting studies of the I Mrs. F. G. Gillis, Sunbeam Bandleader Ediphone Voice Writing Equipment .
son, John Augustus, at the Everg announced that in the
Bible Is that of the Jewish Holy I Mimeographs
I a des Memorial Hospital on
Days. It might be of interest to future the Sunbeams will meet
Filing Cabinets
Jan. 23. !know why, although in the Bible, weekly at her home, starting this
Mr and l1rs. Milton Haggins of Steel
Desks S Tables
i these days are not observed by The Friday
Canal Point announce the birth of Church of the Firstborn. This J. C. Mock presided at the Aluminum Chairs

a daughter, Rita Elizabeth, at the :thought, and others, will be considered business and Mr s. Margaret Steef Safes
Everglades Memorial Hospital on
Sunday by the teacher, Thompson led the devotionals.
Jan. 25.WIENER. . Rev C. A. Moberg. A most cordial . \Ve suggest that you send us your order so that we may

invitation Is extended to all ser- DurranceThompkinsMr I notify you as our stocks come in
Mrs. Ralph Grimes entertained vice men In or out of uniform, Expert repairing and overhauling all types and makes
visitors and those not affiliated
at her borne Friday evening with a and Mrs. J, A. Thompkinsof df office machines. Our repair department will be glad
with another Sunday School, to
wiener roast followed by a theatre attend this Sunday, Lions Building Sumtenille, Fla., announce the to give you an estimate. All work guaranteed.
party. Guests were Betty and i marriage of their daughter, Mw
at 9:45. The official greeters,
: J
Rita Abowd, Jewel Brady, Wynnell j Thurmond Knight and Leo Wroten, Ruby Thompkins, of Pahokee and .
Gillis, Bobble Moberg, Ruthlyn I Roy Durrance, son of J. W. Dur-
will be at the door with a glad
Edwin Unwin, Dona Jo I rance of Fort Lauderdale, at Doug-
Kemp -- --- --- -- --- ---- --
welcome for al
Spooner, Stella Sue Barnes, Jorene I I : .. las Ga., on Jan. 21. -I
Combs and Ethe 1Miller.Venetian The bride has made her home in
I i Miss Frances Howell, Banana Pahokee for the past two ears.

-. -- -- ,I I River Naval Air Base librarian, Mr. Durrance recently returned \ i Canal Point Machine WorksI\
spent the weekend in Pahokee from the Key West Naval Base I II
Blinds ::visiting her mother, Mrs. W. A. where he was employed as refrig-
I Howell. eration man. For the past few !, I Manufacturers or i

I months he has been assisting his \ : IRRIGATION AND DRAINAGE PUMPS
WE IE.\SURE AND NOTICE TO CAR DEALERS brother, R. D. Durrance, at the I itatter's HYDRAULIC MOLE DRAINS 1'1
INSTALL BLINDS ::1 The City of PlLhokee wm receive bids fish market in Pahokee. I .1
up until 'I p. m. on the 26th day of WEED
ASK ABOUT OUR February. 1946, for one !z ton pick-up Following a visit with relatives I
truck. Price Is to cover delivery of
will make
in Pahokee the couple
IIEFINISIIINOPacific truck to the water department of the 1 1We
city in Pahokee. Truck shall be fully their home in Fort Lauderdale.
equipped. For further specifications - .e.----- Are Agents For I
Blind CO. see city clerk at city hall In Pahotee.
City reserves the right to reject Mrs. Horace Unwin, guest speaker I
BOX 455 any and all bids.
Dated this 1st day of February, 1946. gave a talk on "Focus Week"at i AND HERCULES DIESEL MOTORS
CANAL POINT, FLA. City of Pa okee. Pahokee, Fia.W a meeting of the Junior Girls I
P. Walter, City Clerk. I
Pub. Feb. I, 8, 15, 22, 1946. Auxiliary at the home of Mrs i
Ralph Grimes Friday afternoon. A j i I EVE HAVE DRAG LINE CABLE IN STOCK

I reading, "One Thing in Common," "

II by Mrs. Grimes was followed by i

I.) I 1 I II sentence prayers. Stella Barnes !, CANAL POINT PHONE 531 P. O. BOX 466 I
I was in charge of the devotionals. I i



Plantlffvs I
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Defendant. :
You are hereby requred to appear In j PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERS
aONEO the 4th day of I
{ f.Ut1AGNIFltEN1 the above Court on
March. A D. 1946. same being the Rule :
7 MAMMOTH.i Day of said month, at the Court house --
Liii. in West Palm Beach Palm Beach'County
; llAJutO 1 Florida, to answer to the ijUl
EX'fl/ of COmplaint for divorce filed against -wsw..w..n _'- Vft" - - -- I
i Ol109R you In the above entitled cause and
.ra.ec.IGWN, The Everglades News. a newspaper reg- : :. !,
\. ularly published In Palm Beach County -
l ,Ii otiAOlOiE A6RI'UL1UAA\ Florida, is hereby designated as the SPItiNG IS APPROACHIXG ANI) THAT i !
newspaper In which this order shall
D1, DAIS ctOtY9" flO OeQ1S R S POUL1ER .i be published weekly once each issues.week for fourroncreutive MEANS HOUSE I II
3 5 t \ DONE AND ORDERED at West Palm' ;
( FEB. I '
\ Beach. Palm Beach Count, Florida I r 'I
28th day of January A. D. 1946.J. .
this !
0 SpY {FE B::968:,, ' POS\1'OtiS\ I,I cult Florida.. Alec Court Arnette Palm, Beach Clerk County of Cir, : E11ntlng and .

Circuit Court Seal) I
'. (
T.U SIith: I By Thaddle P. Plant. H
ftttSAT'16th Deputy Clerk.
t; I I Thl1od4 WhIdden, Attorney for
1. t \b P1&1Dt1U. Pahokee. Florida ; Decorating
Pub: FeD. I, S, 15 ana ZZ, 1946. ;

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For many years past we have been handling the

tf ITI f\'i'm iIll 1171 ill!iIl'iIl!1 1'iffi \!IITl ITm(ffi. fine line of I

Glidden Paints And Varnishes I

PILE DRIVING and those who have used them for both exterior

and interior purposes have 'found them most sat-

isfactory. A home fixed up with GLIDDEN I

PILING PRODUCTS can sure be fitted up nifty and at-
We are prepared to DRIVE ANY tradil"e.

ANYWHERE, in the Gl des.

i' More Cooking Ware I 4 4i

Our Driver is mounted on a ten-yheel drive truck and I

I A long looked for shipment of aluminum and I

is designed to operate in the muck under any condition. ; porcelain cooking utensiLs have now been received i

1 and from this supply you may find the articles : \

A trained operator with years of experience driving I IOU have long desired. : 1\

Among other new tock arriving will be Picking I

piles in the Glades insures work being done to your Baskets, G. E. Light Bulbs, all sizes, Twcntr-Gal. I

'I Ion Gah'a ized Buckets Lanterns, 'Vaste Paper 1 I

specifications, accurately and speedily j jI i Baskets, Toilet and Kitchen Brushes ; I II

I I \Ve are displaying and will take future delivery : :

WE WILL FURNISH PILING OR DRIVE YOURS : orders for the famed line of helvinator Ranges

I I I and Refrigerators and Pemro Hot 'ateI' Heaters. '

Glades Appliance Corporation I''I I I! BTZNER'S ':I I ITnF. II

HAnn\\'Altf: STORE I

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Page Eight The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday February 1. 1916.

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I I Dr. Laubach is known in I!
Assemblies Will
I America as the "Apostle with
I Flaming Heart' 'and is the SUNSPOTS
Hear Prominent I counselor and representative
i the Committee on World (By Breezy)

; and Christian Literature. He
Mission Workers speak on "Latin America !
I: School". To clarify the question of Yr. i I I I Ih
Big and Mr. Bigger we would like
I Dr. Arthur Billings Hunt,
to make it
known that we were
The program of the Florida of radio music director, i
not working on any individuals.i .
Chain of Missionary Assemblies
er choir director lecture.
i Any person who thinks he or she
for 1946 will include a series of in charge of music in the Eu '
I was being picked on is just too
meetings in the Glades to be spon- Theater of operations during
sored the local ministers. conceited. We were after every
by I recent war will give a
one in general for their lack of co-
The first meetings will be held the Pahokee Methodist Church
In Belle Glade on Friday evening Thursday evening Feb. 14th :! opration with the police depart-
Feb. 8th when a Union Service o'clock. During the Concert mente
will be held at the Methodist Hunt will tell of the Power -
Church with Dr. Francis W. Brush 'Music in Wartime. I We learned through the sport
I pages of The Miami Herald, that
the address the sub-
bringing on
On Friday Feb. 15th, Dr
ject "Filipinos Face the Future". I I mond B. Drukker Director of Pahokee had a distinguished visit-
Dr. Bush was the former pastor of', tucky mountain work in I or last week. The occasion was e r
the Central Student Church, one County and former Secretary i the annual football banquet and
block from the University of the Young People's Work for the i the man was Jimmy Bums. Those
''of you who read his column on
and In the
Philippines professor formed Church of America
Union Theological Seminary in address the Belle Glade Saturday morning will realize that C.CRAtMEA'
Manila. After release from three Pabokee got a real boost. They
at their luncheon meeting
Prison, he men must have shown him a good time SUPREMEpJc11't
years in Santo Tomas the Belle Glade High Schools
of Knox Memorial and given him pletny to eat. He
served as pastor the the add
: same day. i devoted half of his column praisIng IU pan; \
Church, reaching thousands f The public is welcome to I butter pep'
i the football spirit and the tried t uasp d green
of Philippine youth and United these meetings and to share in :: V. ,'P tedpP COOK
chicken. iced peers.
I chives
States service men and returned to hear Mutepers
special opportunity sweet
to the United States in October. I I Christian Ambassadors who I I.po.n. of chopped Md cups .
Somebody said that our Jimmy I cup occasionally VI.rce.ter.bit.
On the same evening Miss Margaret sections of tltri.g ..bl"po.n
T. Chairman of visiting many I had a few words to say at the banquet ute", .tth salt and pepperlive
Applegarth I I ... We and Cason and I.bl"
the World's Day of Prayer and --- too-Jimmy of nutmeB r..hed..dd Yerabmeat
of sure would like to have been thereto Saute. a pboiling point I.ren S.rv..n
Dr. Emory Ross Secretary Buddy l\loberg Has ",.It
Missions Conference of hoot him down. He told us \' hot biscuitsto
Dressing ansmau bt
with Birthday Party that whoever was writing this ..eRu5sian spsp t. =
North America responsibility ... ancakes serves _
address the I, column was a snake-in-tbe.gra.ss. French JAX 1\eer
for Africa will Negro I little patkling attamre' _
group on the subject "Binding the I I Buddy Moberg celebrated hi-'ah. brother. with golden Cj.t.\1etine P IbiS
World Together". The Negro Ministers I ninth birthday anniversary I C oJ.! 00 to ;1tS 1'1.id', r.r Send
are sponsoring this meeting I I Thursday afternoon of last Here is the pay-off. All you J",".%h" mailed x f>3r.II.h'regional''''' r.tiP" lr _-
which will be held at the Colored a party given by his mother fishermen can go back where you 1 1\".tel.lUPI\ng estion
Baptist Church in Belle Glade. i C. A. Moberg at their home in D'I came from. Cracker Spooner 11 .. l.gI.ns! "elf' sold for its use.. -
On Wednesday evening Feb I hokee. Children of the I claims that he killed a quail, this I .S your S5.00 ill be JAX Stew'
13th, Dr. Frank C. Laubach will hood were guests. Games .season by knocking it down with pUblMd tt.ti Ed" Florida
speak in the Methodist Church of enjoyed and refreshments of \\; his gun barrel He insists he has Md"'S JsIt..IU'
Pahokee at a Union Service of ers, cake ice cream and two v.itnesses. We did not dare ; Ing clUP"f
Canal Point and Pahokee Churches drinks were served by the ask who as they might have sim-

iliac stories. -

There is an election coming up kLI
along about May.7th and as these O
I! politicians warm up we are going '

I! I' A to warm up with them. We'll '
work them over as soon as we can :
n eIHcquaintefltelDURING find out who they will be. It ap- ; :r

pears that the Iarshars race will _
be the hottest. We have no list of
TilE candidates as yet. All we have to
go by is what we read and hear
a MONTH OF FEBRUARY from the Know-it-alls. As we _.
gather it, the list of candidates :
looks like this unofficially: Albert

\Ve reCently opened under new management and ] (I'm in) Gant E. O. (Here I am _- pBEES jcr _
again) Murphy B. W. (Maybe) I
I! wish to get acquainted with folks in this area, Wood Bud Davis A. E. Morgan
I! Spider Lindrose I. J. Frasure Sr. r
I! and ill order that we may tlo so, we are offering Lake Coleman Shirley Temple,

Greta Garbo and Boris Karloff. If
this special for February: anything further develops we will Ldnd

E i
keep you posted.
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GREASE JOB Canal Point School i Beer, --=

I Collects $121 In Dimes'The lid jd uS oo

$ 1.00 Canal Point School made -= aPPetiangaelicious
an excellent r e cor d in the thefI
= -
DD March of Dimes drive completed / aan salt -
this week with contributions total- oyng
ing $121.60, according to a report a r two
by Mrs. Wilma Lence, principal. 1A Here they '
; yes,
HENDERSON Mrs. deIoya's first grade pupils gf eat,1eSS, Ilavolllement uler
STATIONTEXACO topped the list with a total of = true regional th these :::
$28.00. Contributions made by the each mealtime enp ---
other grades were as follows: Sec- spell moe9 re -
ond grade $25,60; third grade, a hts that
I $23.00: fourth grade, $21.30: fifth ---
m 'grade $9.90 and sixth grade, loyment. JAX there'skith
$13.80. SParlCling golden meal,
-- ecial abut a
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I s P to

; -a PahokeeMarket always This bn e beer is brewed cl the pSoutheast.articularly. ,so!

f IfMone 1 S avers I L pleaSe always the jAX m toL,1 tai day mellows lElliot' tangy' Iit's

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