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 8, 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: VID00425
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1- Co. Population THE EVERGLADES # Distinguished

1945 112 Census,094 I 4 .Se t The wind Pro\'inces"Prefers

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Volume 22-No. 47 Canal Point, Palm Beach County, Florida, Friday, February 8, 1946 $2.00 Per Year

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RECENT 18 Vets Of World Official Figures On Scouters To Start

OPERATIONS War 11 Join Legion Glades Population Budget Drive WithMonday

Post Pahokee Breakfast

By Paul Rardin Below we have compiled some interesting figures as they

have to do with the population in the various voting precincts

Eighteen veterans of World Warn in the Everglades section of Palm Beach County. The figures Officials of the North Glades
I've been a busy man this week i
signed up for' membership in are official and are taken from the Florida State Population District Council of the G u 1 f
building county roads. I haven't I Fred and Percy Mansfield American -
Census of 1945.OFFICIAL Stream Boy Scouts will make a
find items for Legion Post 90 at a business
much time to I
I FLORIDA STATE POPULATION CENSUS 1945 concerted effort next weeJc) to raise
meeting held by the post in the Pa-
' this column. However, I see by a annual budget in cash. In order
hokee Woman's Club building
White Colored Total
on this that Mayor O. that plans be
story page may perfected a
Earl A.
Monday night They were
B. McClure isn't going to offer for Belle Glade 2,129 9,667 11,796 breakfast will be held at Tabb's
Lindrose, Louis Gold, A. P. Tillery,
re-election this I also see Pahokee Cafe on at 8
year. 2,525 7,749 10,274 Monday morning
Park Keen W. S. Bre\\1on, Edgar
that A. I. "Bud" Davis is a can- Canal Point 763 3,200 3,963 o'clock, according to Otto Bleech
W, Wilder, Billy Stuckey, John
didate for councilman from group Padgett, Gordon Hillier, John"Buddy" South Bay 604 2,548 3,152 who fell heir to the job of chair-
two. Thane two along with Alt- man of the drive.
Cochran, Jerry Gold, 1,344 1,700 3,044
man Morgan in the race for police All designated workers will be
Leonard Dobrow, John Strayer, Lake Harbor 348 1,750 2,098
chief just about make up the list in attendance at the breakfast
Harlow C. Sims, Francis W. Cross, I
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thus far.Cannen. Yr. Bleech hopes and teams will
Jr., Francis A. Wilson, Jack Wil- 7,713 26,614 34,327
be assigned to work in various
son and William E. Wilson.
Salvatore will be a candidate sections of Pahokee and Canal
for re-election as a mem- Point Mr. Bleech and other of-
I mander, presided at the business White Residents ............................ 7,713
ber of the county school board. II ficials of the Scout organization
I I session. The question of changing Colored Residents ........................ 26,614 are anxious that the drive be com-
--..-- the name of the post was brought
pleted in one day and in not more
up at the meeting, however, It Total for Glades ............................ 34,327 than two at the most.
IVIcC1ureWillNot was decided not to take action on
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this matter at the present. The I

Seek ReElectionAs 'Elks group Lodge voted to in cooperate the joint with sponsorship the- I Power Co. Spends Millions To Keep I Ii Irs.Cafe Tabb In Pahokee Sells Her

of a carnival and fair to be
Pahokee layoro. I held on the Elks grounds in Paha- Pace With Stupendous Growth Of State I
I kee, starting Feb. 14. The building ;i frs. J. C. Tabb has sold her
I : cafe in Pahokee to Mr. Davis of
I of a new Legion Home for Post 90 a
B. McClure, mayor of Paha- was discussed but it was decided : The Florida Power & Light and now becomes part of the Com- I Miami who will take charge on

kee for four years, today an- to postpone definite building plans I: Company announced today the pangs state.wide transmission Monday mornin Mrs. Tabb is

nounces that he will not be a candidate until there was some assurance : completion of the new 66,000 volt s'stem. I anxious that holders of trade card
to succeed himself A let- that all building materials neces- I bring them in for redemption be-
I transmission line connecting the : In addition to the construction I fore .
to complete the home can be Monday.A.I."Bud"
ter from him to the editor is sary :
obtained. Glades area with the Ft. Lauder of transmission lines, the Company I --.
explall3tory. It follows: I I ,
Mr. Paul Rardin Preceding the business, mem- : dale Plant and transmission 8)'S- has placed in service during the I

Canal Point, Florida. : bers of Post 90 and the Legion ,! tem. On the morning of February past 30 days a new 18,000 kilowatt I Davis To
Dear Sir: Woman's Auxiliary held a joint I 7th this new transmission line, 67 steam plant at Sarasota. At Ri-i

Please accept my thanks to you dinner meeting in the clubhouse I miles long, was permanently con- viera their new 42,000 kilowatt : Seek Council Seat
with members of the Auxiliary in nected to the Company's substa- i
for your kindness as a personal : steam plant is now well under way
friend and also your paper during charge of dinner arrangements tion at Belle Glade and it is expected that this huge
my administration as Mayor of the and the serving. Plates were laid I The Lauderdale-Glades line is station will be in service late this A. I. "Bud" Davis, of PahokeeI
: but unit in the
City of Pahokee. I also wish to for 85. onPn Company's year. A further addition is an I i announces his candidacy this week
thank the city officials the city --...-- i precnt two-yea.r $24,000,000 construction 18.000 kilowatt unit to be added I for membership on Pahokee city

employees and the general public program This construc- at the Company's Sanford plant. council, subject to the will of the
Renamed I tion is the since
for their fine cooperation during ,DeMoya program largest The equipment will soon be order- voters in the annual eIecttoi1 to be
the past three and three-ql1uter: the interconnected system was ed for this unit and construction held on May 7, 1946. Mr. Davis
'ears. I have given my best as a To Head The RDR I built during 1925 and 1926, that started. is running in group two, now

judicial officer and I am grateful I interconnected numerous towns, To further augment all of the I, represented by W. A. Keen on the
to the public for their general sup- : and communities in Florida. Until above electric capacities, another council Mr. Keen has not made a
port. I do not choose to run this P. P. deMoya, who has served then, small isolated plants serv- ,42,000 kilowatt steam plant is be- I public statement in regard to
year. one year as president of the Palm ed these many towns. The new : ing designed and will be located I seeking another term on the coun-
Very truly yours, Beach County Resources Develop- I transmission line serving the Everglades 'somewhere on the lower East cil.I .
O. B. McClure. ment Board, was re-elected unanimously I area is directly connected Coast. The total capacity of the I Mr. Davis came to Pahokee in
: last Thursday night at the I with the huge Lauderdale Steam four new plants will exceed the 11929 and has been engaged in
- annual meeting held in West Palm Electric Station. From the Laud- Company's state-wide system de- ''I trucking and farming during the

Scouts To Beach. A few weeks ago Mr. deMoya -I erdale plant, the line parallels mands prior to 1940. years he has been a resident of
Operate was re.elected to serve an- State Road 26 to South Bay and Substations, transmission lines, Pahokce. "Bud," as he i3 famil-
other term as Pahokee's director ; thence along the Chosen Road toi and distribution facilities will be : iarly known to his many friends,
Pahokep For A Day on the board. The entire Ever- i I, the Belle Glad substation. strengthened and increased to i' had been mentioned by political
glades section of Palm Beach The magnitude of the work in- handle this huge amount of power. : prognosticators as a po.ible

county is proud of the fact that volved in its construction may be- All will be used to serve the new i candidate for chief of police but
The city oC Pahokee has invited "Pete" is again to be head of this seen from the fact that 950 poles I farm, homes and industries, the I., on Wednesday of this week set all
members of Pahokee Boy Scout ever growing org-anization. were used. If placed end to end, Company confidently expects to i!rumors to rest when he announced!
Troop 23 to be honorary officials ---- they would extend a distance of locate in Florida. It is natural as a definite candidate for council-

of the city for one day, \\'rones- Changes Are Made 10z! miles. Approximately 150- that COfI'lpany officials should turn man In group two.
day, Feb. 13, during the celebration 000 man hours of labor went into their minds back to the days when. -.- -.
ot National Boy Scout Week, In Precinct Lines its fabrication. 200 miles of 2-0 power was first brought to the N cSugar EmployeNamed
Feb. 8.14. 1 f- wire weighing 460,000 pounds were Everlades. In 1928 Florida Power
At a meeting on Thursday night County Commissioners, at a strung as conductors. Six miles of & Light Company Installed Us .At Bryant
of last week the troop elected the special meeting Tuesday after- I guy wire and eleven miles of pole first plant to serve the Pahokee-

f\lIo\\ihg to serve as officials: noon, changed the boundries of I grounding wire were used. There Canal Point area-its total capac- ,, E. C. Carnell.Sara has been
John T. Pickett, Jr. mayor; Jack voting Precincts 35 and 39 for the were hundreds of thousands of ity was 160 kilowatts, less than employed M assistant superintendent -
Chiviges, chief of police; Earl convenience of residents of the i minor items such as crossarms, enough to serve the average celery of agriculture In the eastern
Chance, fire chief: Leland Shirley, Road 26 section in the southern bolts, nuts and washers used, as pre-cooler now operating in the division of the United States Sugar

city clerk; Williams Guerry, Frank part of Precinct 35. I well as the major items. It took Gladcs. In 1929 a plant was lo- I Corporation at Bryant (Azucar),
Clint. Jr.. and lIuston Connell The new stt.up cuts oft the approximately 37 flat cars to fated in Belle Glade with a total He has had many years experience
deputies; F1die Stanley, Frank southern part. of Precinct 38 and transport the poles, 15 cars for the capacity of 60 kilowatts. This in Jamaica and Cuba In the sugar
Rozelle, Jr.. and Crorg Belk, Jr., includes it in Precinct 39. so that wire and 10 cars for insulators and plant would be unable to operate I industry and will be assistant tc
councilmen; Dickie Johnson, jailer; voters residing on Road 26 may I' line hardwart' The line was con- the 82 kilowatt potato machine Acting Superintendent W. p Jern.19an. .
Ray Hatton, garbage collector; vote in South Bay instead of in structed through that portion of now being wed at the Pahokee .
Murray Weeks, James Barnes, Belle Glade.It i the Everglades where water and i State Fanners' tarket. The _.----. .-

Ralph Chaney, Jerrold Berry, was pointed out at the meeting muck varies from two to ten feet growth of the area was so large Nursery Will Be
Gt'Orge Rozt'lle and Jackie Thomas, that the southern part of Pre- in dt'pth. and rapid that In 1937 the Company .
volunteer firemen. cinct 3S is cut off from the northern In order to set the poles firmly.it extended 43 miles of 66,000volt I Discussed Tuesday
Al'o during scout week Troop part under the old set.up, and was necessary to penetrate the transmission line from Okeechobee -!
23 will have a rout handicraft ex- that voters residing on Road 26 in flint.like rock below the muck for to Pahokt'e. Belle Glade : Next Tuesday night at the city
hibit on display in the shown- the southern precinct were obliged i a distance of two to four !eft, and Pahokee were then cOMectJ hall in Pahokfe a meeting will be
dows oC Kshn's Department Store. to travel out of the precinct, I Penetrating this rock proved to be with a 13,000 volt tie line. held at which time the future ot
At Thursday night's meeting a through South Bay, to get to theBelle a major operation that taxed the I Early in 19U the growth of the the Pahokte nursery will be di.-
new petrol was formed to abeorb Glade voting booth. ingenuity of blasting and explosive I southern area of the Glades, in- I cussed. All federal aid will be
new members who recently joined Commission: Chairman J 0 h n e x per t s, including Demolition : eluding Belle Glade, South Bay withdrawn March 1 and fund will
the troop, the membership now" Prince aid the new set-up would I Crews of the U. S. a1'The line and Lake Harbor. wu so great I have to be raised to keep the
totaling 39. To raise funds for the also more nearly equalize the population ;jis located from 100 to 200 ftttI that the 66,000'olt transmission nursery fInanced If it Is to con-
purchase of new uniforms for of the precincts. Precinct I I from the road and for a great part line was extended from Pahoktt tinue to operate. :Yrs. Harley
every 9l"Out plans were announced 3S formerly had a population of ''of the distance traverses virgin to Belle Glade and a 3.000 kilowatt Williams is giving rent on the
by Scoutmaster Jack Phillips for 12,400hile 39 had but 3,405. Glades swamps. In many places substation was canstrrcted and building and has been since Dec. L
troop sponsorship of a series of ... along the line, it was impossibie placed In service at Belle Clade.I .
benefit social afbirs. The scoots .on IS It\CE for ordinary vehicles to war" I The use of the new line from Ft. I The Pahokee Methodist WSCS

will sponsor skating parties at the County Representative J. n., Tractors had to be impro\ised with Lauderdale insures the Everglades will meet at the church on Monday -
Maxwell House rink and on Saturday (Little Joe) Peeples of GladesCount : pole setting equipment such as has area of continuity of service, and Ftb. 11.. at 3 p. m. 1frL
March 2, they will sponsor a }. will be opposed for reel secbeen used nowhere else in the construction power capacity to match their Ralph Stanley will preside at the
chicken piltau dinner for the pub- tlon by R. Bot and R. D. Lyons!I at other transmission growth. With the new line operating business and frl. T. A. Ferguson
lis at the Pa.hokte Woman's Club at Moore Haven and Herman I line!. The construction at this 1 two sources of power are will be In charge Clf the devotional

from 6 to 10 p. m. Close of Laktport. lire wu a major accomplishment i! (Continued On Page 8) program.Palm .

Page Two The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, February 8, 1946

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Serving the Lake Okechobee; Farming Region -- I

Established 1924 Published Every Friday The Pahokee high pchool honor
Subscription Pric $2.00 Year In Advance roll for the third six weeks of the :
1945.46 term is as follows: l
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office Honor Ton With honors : I'BREDRITE

In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter. Twelfth grade: Nina Ruth Bar-
wick, Barbara Brown and Betty

Paul Rardin Editor and Publisher Un\\in. I j 5 EE'D. ,5
Eleventh grade: Ovalee Bennett T*OMUImI.
and Ann O'Connell. i I..; 1 ,
Florida OJ) Yens Ninth grade: Howell Waring I'y;I
Indiative of the determination to bring in a highly pro- Imogene Spivey and Yvonne Lee t tIII

ductive oil well in Florida is the fact that of the 217 wells Frase

drilled deeper than 12,000 feet, three are in Florida. They Eighth grade:: Sarah Dart, Na- Does Your Scratch?
dine Raulerson, Betty Hicks and I Dog
are in Highlands, Charlotte and Collier counties and range Payne Jackson. III

from 12,805 feet to 13,512 feet, all of them operated by the Seventh grade: \Villard Mc-

Humble Oil and Refining company, which has succeeded in I Curdy, John Waring, Jannette

striking oil in Florida.Of Mathis and Patsy Maxson.A .

the 217 wells in the world drilled below 12,000 feet, 125 or B In All Subjects Don't Blame Fleas, Mange, Diet or

were dry, 76 were producers and 15 are still being drilled, Twelfth grade: Mary Mullis. .,

according to Ernestine Adams, associate editor of the Pe- Eleventh grade: Rodney Connell, IS Nerves! 2 to 1 it's "FUNGITCH"
troleum Engineer. It is noteworthy that only 11 per cent Billy Rawls, J. E. Spooner, Betty

of the wells 12,500 to 13,000 feet deep are producers while Sears, Ona Humphries and Mary I
Ruth Wilson.
51 per cent of the deeper wells from 13,000 to 13,500 feet
Ninth grade: Jack Major, Max '
SULFADENE Eliminates
are, producers. I Wilson, Dellona Jones and Donald I Fungitch'Caused
Louisiana has 94 of the 217 deepest wells, .California has Danson.

65, and Texas has 41. Mississippi has seven, and Alabama, Eighth grade: Nannette Acree, by Mouldy Grass and Weeds!

Colorado, New Mexico and Oklahoma have one each.-Lake- Clara Baxter, Johnny Lowery,
land Ledger. Elizabeth Pope and Steve Kirk.

......... .. _. Seven grade: Anna Lee Hurt. I
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Honorable Mention \Ve Carry PULVEX Remedies In
Baptist Women Statement About Twelfth grade: Imogene Burdeshave. -

Met On Monday Overseas Mail Stock For Your Convenience
Eleventh grade: Dorothy Chas-

The Canal Point Baptist Worn E. A. Jensen, Pahokee post master tain, Peggy Moberg, Charles .
Stokes, Vivian Combs and Howard
an's Missionary Union met Mon this week offers a statement
I Marshall
day afternoon at the home of Mrs from the post office departmnt i in
G. L. Sims. In the absence of the regard to overseas mail to naval I Tenth grade: Lois Echols, Mars I

president, Mrs. J. R. Heller took personnel. The statement follows:: garet Powell, Bobby Baker and

charge ot the meeting. She gave "Effective February I, 19-16, parcels 'I' Ruth Kautz. KilGORE SO([ CO.
n Ninth Leland I
a very Interesting report on the not exceeding 11 pound i grade: Shirley,
Inn Miller, Roderick Gibson
State Convention she attended in weight or 42 inches in length, or ,
Jacksonville. The Society decided 72 inches in length and girth corn'I'George L. Sims, Jr., Murray I II I

to adopt a girl from the orphan's I I bined, may be accepted for mailing I Giddens.Weeks, Joyce Strickland, Betty 1 I Pahokee Belle Glade
home to sponsor. Those present to Navy personnel overseas. No "
were Mesdames D. C. McRae, L. j change has been made in the frequency Eighth grade: Joan Wilson, Bet- Phone 3201
V. McClelland, M. Gibson, Juanita of mailing or other restric- ty Joan Barnick, Patsy Jensen,
Harlow, J. G. Weeks, J. S. Chas-I tions or exceptions now applying' Barbara Wilkinson, David Ramey,
tain, C. R. Sr., G. L. to for 1 William Roberts, Bill Miller and
Wetherington parcels Navy personnel. i lP.\.1..t: 2 ..ti lW..ll & M1WiUU.Y1Mw.ru.: ,
Sims and two visitors, Mrs. P. H.! might add to this that such parcels Jerrold Berry.
HeUer from Baltimore and Mrs. : should still be well packed to stand j Seventh grade: Carol Snyder

Connely from Miami.Refreshments the rough handling, dampness and i and Vonn Ell Davis
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of coffee and cake heat to which they are subjected, I --- ---

were served. and that they should not contain I xcellent PIANOS JEWELRY MUSIC
... ProgresSIOn
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anything a fragile or perishable
ENLIST IN 11. S. ARMY nature. I Church Building
Lester Hatton and Frank (Jugs "Notice Is also given in the same :I J. \V. R ASH LEY

head) Handley, who have been In bulletin that mail service for I II I Pahokee Baptists are making
I, JEWELER Belle Glade 'Ia.
the Merchant Marine for the past 'newspapers and periodical publi- excellent progress on the first unit, ,
six months, went'' to Miami this I'cations admitted to the second Men's Bible Class and fellowship
week to' enlist in the U S. Army. class is being resumed to the Phil- building, of their three-unit church GO 'fO CHURCH SUNDAYnsedllcides

----I ippine Islands. This service ap-i building program.
plies to single copies of such publications ; In a week's time the foundation
I sent in fulfillment of subs for the 32 by tOO-foot fellowship .

Venetian Blinds seriptions copies sent to news hall has been completed and ready ,
agents for sate, and copies mailed for the laying of the concrete
at the transient second-class rate block walls This unit was designed -,
\\1 IF.\SUl AXD
either by publishers or the public" : by church officials and is
being constructed
under the supervision -
ASK ABOUT OUR Capt and Mrs. E. A. Ramey of N. D. Evans. It will ins I : !
REFINISHINGPacific visited Mr and Mrs. H. L. SpeerIn dude a large 12 by 32 foot kitchen I :1 &
Pahokee recently while enrouteto for use at fellowship dinners and I .
Miami on their wedding trip.Mrs. similar church social affairs. I
Blind CO. Ramey is the former Miss Though labor and material short- 'I Spray Materials

Caroline Green niece of Lex Green ages make construction progress
BOX 455
I ot Stark. Capl and Mrs. Ramey uncertain these days, church of-
CANAL POINT, FLA. will make their home in Freeman ficials hope to have their new fel- I

I Va. lowship hall ready for use by FERTILIZERS

I Easter. I

fOl"Rr AND

I 1000 FOOT FRONTAGE : I I, MYRTLE cnSCrRY COPELtND.Plantff.\1-FrO'UO\. .NO. Z15:: ,;i D.D.T. DUST or LIQUID

MARVIN H cor"1.Sr :

I Pahokec-Bclle Glade Road north of Section 20 ': vn.lE STREItT NEWN.\"i. GEORGIA: I '
i are hereby rf'qurtllt to appear In I
I Store and south of J. E. \raddcll's home. This I \'Arch.the above.... D.Court 1946, same on the being 4th the day Rule of 'I' 'I; 50 per cent or 100 per cent

I property is 235 feet deep. flay of "said month at t.\e Court House i I I 1
In West Palm Beach Palm Beach
County. nortdl. to anwer to the BUll !
: I'of Complaint for dtv\f"(1 filed against !
I $12 F.-out Foot yoU tn the above entitled muse and ,; CUT WORM BAIT
I The Everglades News, a newspaper regularly -I
,.,.. :!I j
I ty Florida published U hereby In PItt"dl"lgnatpc1 n t as Co1.1D-1 the I Ii i FOR HAND OR AIRPLANE DISTRIBUTION

I : BUY AS MUCH AS YOU \\'ANT! II i rexspaper 1n stitch rh!' order shall
be published
I I on'e earls seek for four i f
I ti consecutive weekly tC '.eiI ill
i TERMS: !u Cash. Long terms on balancc.I .I DOSE AND O H'\M 's st West Palm I I
T'n1'h Palm 1) .4" "O'I"ty Florida
10 pct. discount for all clsh. II I this 28th day of Jta"'v t D. 19-18. II I I I
I I J. Alex Arr'tte Clerk of ca.I I I !,i i'E GUARANTEE TilE qUALITY Of OUR
cult Coon rr 'n .Ay.h I''
enIt Court X11Dy ) .. I II
1"hll4..1:" r "' .t
SEE 11\\\\001> BAXTER at Section 20 Deputy CiekT Of' MIXTURE AS REPRESENTED
I ...add. \\"bkttm. Attwrr.., fir II/
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Store for details in I ,
or see me "
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Pahokeea I --- I
: a The City of PIh"t tills j I
"n until 7 p m, ",', IIr
1' 2-'tb day of
"IUT. li4 f'r '0" ptotup
J. truck{,.to Prtt'the water t dfMt.MI1t.- "!IYf'ry: of the of M. P. Holman Inc.

Q Ilen.- t tI tPAIOhEE ?ah.1tef. I bto.. Ju: J i
\ eorulJHtd; For ft''e"ttf' attoacfee
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!I FLA. ,t r:The>.t.. qty reserves t- "'iIIt..:) reject ,, !j1'i'
Dated this 1st Cey ee PtobrutrJ. 1146.
,j- ,I "V raT, P.ef Walker hh0kt"e.C't11 Pw rt-t, f1& II I
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Friday, February 8, 2 :5 The Everglades News. Canal Point, Florida Page Three
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\oj Mrs Edith Cross Is .night of Feb. 19 at which time Bible] Class Reaches U:11-2. The quartet will present
Mrs. of two selt'ctions. A most cordial invitation -
Polly Kilpatrick Eustis
Life On The Camnus A 'Elected President i WA president of the Department Goal Of 75; Attending is extended to all unaf-

AT PAHOKEE HIGH SCHOOL : oman's Auxiliary Ryan of Dania WA president of' filiated men visitors and service
As the
saying goes. othing
.. District 5. will be guest speakers.Mrs. men, in or out of uniform. Sunday -
Succeeds Like Success This was
The Eighth Grade Home Eco I Mrs. Edith Cross was elected Stanton Chastain, Mrs. 9:45. Lions building
president of the American Legion the experience of The Pahokee - -..er----
McClelland and
nomics Class held a hay ride last Agnes llis. Wilma
Friday night. Their guests and I Woman's Auxiliary at a business Lence were named on the com- Men's Bible Class last Sunday with SIJECJ.\L PROGRAM
they proceeded to the St. Lucie I meeting held at the home of Mrs. mittee in charge of arrangements 75 present thus attaining the ob- The Church of God started 3
Canal where wiener roast was O. R. Bleech on Bacom Point Road for the joint meeting. jective set several months ago. It Y.P.E.U. Revival Monday under
enjoyed. Chaperons for the even I Monday night. Other new officers Preceeding the business meet- is now hoped that the ultimate Rev. James Miller and his Sister
ing included Mr. Chancy Mr and'chosen for the coming year were ing, members of the Auxiliary goal of 100 average attendance Ruth. The Public is cordially invited -
Mrs. Acree trs. F. tcDonald Mrs. Agnes McClelland, first vice were hostesses a joint dinner will be the crowning victory not to attend these services each
Harlow and Miss Barbara Ann president; Mrs. Doris Wethering- meeting with Post 90 at the Pa- too far hence. A special business evening at 7:15 p M.
McNamara. ton, second vice.pl'esident; Mrs. hokee Woman's Club. meeting was conducted last Sun There will be a special service
Ora W. Powell, secretary and -4a._ day afternoon at which time the for the young people Frida)., We
There are several new students, treasurEr; Mrs. O. R. Bleech chap- c.\Un OF TII.\XKS Attendance and Membership Com- are sure you will enjoy these ser-
at Pabokee High School this week ,lain; Mrs. C. R Wetherington mittee of lIessrs. Knight Shirley \'ices
They are: Fred Taylor, 10th grade: Sr., historian; Irs. Doris Wilson, I wish to thank the many kind and Keen was appointed. Letters Earle Chance
Elizabeth Ryals 10th grade; Jean sergeant-at-arms friends for their thoughtfulness welcoming home the service men U.P.E.U, Reporter
Wilson, 11th grade: and Loretta It was announced that the group during the time I was confined to of this community will be mailed ....-
Wilson, 9th grade. will hold a joint meeting with the my bed with a broken ankle. I this week and to all returning G. A. Love of Fairview, W. Va.,
Okeechobee and Belle Glade Le- shall always remember these ex- from now on. This Sunday's les- is winter guest in the home of
The Pahokee chapter of the gion Woman's Auxiliary in the pressions of kindness. son is one of much interest "The Rev. and Mrs. W. O. Hatfield in
F.F.A held a meeting to discuss Pahokee Woman's Club on the Ralph Chaney. Report of the Spies." umbers Canal Point.c' .
plans for attending the Florida
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State fair this coming weekend
It was decided to leave early Sat
urday morning spend the day and I 4' Ik
night in Tampa and come back

Sunday.The Senior Class was entertained !.A _

at a party given by their 5 I
room-mother. Mrs. B. J. Barwick IRY I
and Mrs. J. W. Cruthird. The
party took place at the Woman's,
Club which was beautifully decorated -
and a good time was had
by aU who attended.

The Juniors completed success
ful subscription sales campaign for
the Burtis Publishing Company
Many salesmen report gracious
reception received when calls were
made. The girls leading boys in I
the sale look forward to ice cream
treat as a reward.

Donalll Harrington home on a
short furlough left Tuesday to go
back to his base at San Diego,
Calif. 'rc\ Ill

--.. \

I ion Deputy Mock <

Reports To Club On

Governor's l\lecting

District Deputy Rupert tock at 'K'100OCTANE
the Tuesday luncheon meeting of
the Pahokre Lions Club gave a report -
on the Lions district govern-
or's meeting which he attended
I recently in Tampa.
Tentative plans were made at
the governor's meeting to organize
a M-piece Lions State Band with
each Lions Club in the state to beI
epresented by one playing mem-
her the band to perform at state-
wide functions he said Announcements .
were made of the Lions
State Convention, Mar. 19-21. and
the Lions International Convention COMPONENTS
at Philadelphia, Pay July
L. \.. McClelland was welcomed
as a new member of the club.
Visitors were Frank Hobson, Sam loo-Octane components-uscd in making the the most powerful gasoline you have ever used.tvorld's _

Berry and U. Ingeram of Belle most powerful gasoline for planes-now Get a tankful of new Sinc1air III I-G" or neware
Glade. Buddy Cochran, Dilly MeKinstf -
)', Wilton Giddens and Hev.e. blended into 11CW Sinclair Gasoline. .jar Sinclair Ethyl Gasoline today at the nearest

A. Ioberg Sinclair Dealer. its quicker-starting
Try ,
.... your car. higherYes
POW R-PACKED perfrmance. New
Mrs. Iingscy] Hostess the same PO\\'ER-PACKED ingredients-de- octane,
Smclalr GasolIne makes cars faIrly fir.
To 'Vontan's Society 'eloped for war use- now arc blended in auto-

Mrs. George Kingsley wag mobile motor fuel to give your car the smooth, Look to Sill clair Producls-BelttrStn'ce

hostess to members of the Canal surging power that lOO-Octane gasoline gave to
Point Mehtooist Woman's Society
war planes
of Christian Service at the February -

meeting held at her home \Ve believe 'ou'll call thc new Sinclair Gasoline
Tuesday afttrnoon.
At the business session with the
president, Irs. A. It Harrington
presiding, the group made plans t
for an all-day Bible mission study;
at the home of Mrs. J. P. Parker e
en Feb. :5. The study will be NC
from the;' book "The Divine Fatherhood II r

Mrs. ::. E. Ia.'son presented the s
program which had as its theme. I
"r ace Over Africa" 1ft'S. Kings. II oy
Icy It-d the dt'\'otionab. I ..
Refreshments Were served by
the hostess to 15. including five
- i

n.I.IX: nl1n ,:
There has been a delay tn InvstallaUon
of proposed parking
meteors in Belle Glade, according
to city offidalJ. Plans called for 1\0 I Kil.elllllnll Agen.
installation week before wt but .
shipment of the meters from the
factory was delayed on account of
Belle Glade
strikes 1\ various industries it ,
was pointed out.


Page Four The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, February 8, 1916
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,charge from the Navy at the Jacksonville 'was tation Corsica 13\\ ;

base on Jan. 30 after months, Austria three months and i :
HOME 421 Naples, Italy, two months. He :
months in the service. He was I II Fifth Baptist Article Of Faith"JUSTIFICATION"
From The $ I and his wife, rrs. Dorothy Wood
in the Asiatic-Pacific ,
Baker, are planning a trip north
WAR theater of war for 30 months and : after a visit with relatives in Pa-

participated in the occupation of hokee and Canal Point.

Ptc. W, M. uFrenchy" Johnson Japan.S.Sgt.. I
arrived in pahokee Tuesday night ____ Sgt. Lionel D. Sowder is home I .

with a discharge tucked safely in J. W. Mullis son of Mr. i with a discharge after three years, ,
his pocket after serving nearly and Mrs. L. M Mullis of Pahokee, : three months in the service, seven : \re believe that the great gospel blessing which
two years in the army. Fifteen received his discharge from the I of which he spent on Okinawa. He I "
received his Jan. 21. Christ to such believe in Him i is .
months of thiS time Frenchy was Army at Camp Blanding on Mon- i discharge on I secures as JUSTIFICATION
overseas in Italy, France and Ger- day after 39 months in the service I He will be at home with his parents -
I Mr. and rrs. Joe Sowder in I ; that JUSTIFICATION included the
many. He wears the ETO ribbon A radar operator on a heavy

brnoze star and good conduct rib- bomber, he spent 18 months in the Pahokee. .. pardon of sin, and the promise of eternal life on
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bon. lIe is particularly proud of Panama Canal Zone and on Gala- I .4..4
his combat infantry badge. He pagos Island. He arrived home on Mrs. Ralph Steel and daughter, principles of righteousness; that it is bestowed,
will take up where he left off two Tuesday. Vivian, San Francisco, Calif., who
years ago in operation of his store have been the house guests of Mrs. not in consideration of any works of righteousness

in the Streamline section. While S-Sgt. Charles A. Baker, son of Steel's mother, Mrs. Bertha Starl-
which have done but
faith in
we solely through
he was gone Mrs. Johnson carried Mr. and Mrs. William Baker of ing, left Tuesday for a visit with

on with the store. !Canal Point received his discharge relatives in Fort M 'ers. the Redeemer's blood; by virtue of which faith
I from the Army on Feb. 3 after .-
months in the service, 18 His perfect righteousness is to
Charles H. Angel, gunners mate 142 NOTICE OF APPLlC.\TIO freely imputed us
2-c of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie months of which was spent over- FOR TAX DUD
Angel of Pahokee, received his dis-I seas in ETO. A radio operator, he I I NOTICE(House 1s hereby Bill given So. 1862)that MaymeL. of God; that it brings us into a state of most

Ph1er, the holder of the following
-- .- -- ---- -- certificates has filed said certificates blessed peace and favor with God, and secures
-- --- for a tax deed to be Issued thereon.

a oaaaoo aaao aaa The issuance certificate the description numbers and of the rears prop-of every other L1cssing needful for t i m e and
I erty, and the names in which it was
assessed are as follows: Certificate No. eternity."
10331, Year of Issuance June 30, A. D.
1942. Description of Property:
oQ Lot 6 Block 176 Town of Lake
Worth as In Plat Book 2 Pages 29 Paid Advertisement of the
CAFE to 40 inclusive; Name in which as-
a ARB'S sessed: Unkno'All First Baptist Church, Pahokee, Fla
Certificate No. 10332. Year of issuance
June 30. A. D. 1942. Description of
Lot 1 Block 176 Town of Lake Worth
as in Plat Book 2 Pages 29 to 40Inclusive. ,
I. --- --- 1
Name In which assessed:
UNDER D Unknown. I I
All said property being In the County :
of Palm Beach, State of Florida. ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO ; I
Unless such certificate or certificates ,
I II shall property be redeemed described according In such to certificate law the I We wish to thank our many friends in the Glades for the i :
a or certificates will be sold to the highest business which they have given us in the past and for their t
New bidder at the COurt House door on understanding and helpful attitude toward us during the i
the first Monday In the month of
Management April 1946.'h1ch is the 1st day of years while we were mainly engaged in the preparation and :
April 1946. : maintenance of Airfields for the Army and Navy. : I I
Dated this 2nd day of February, 1946.J. ,
Alex Arnette Clerk of i Once again we are able to resume peacetime operations and I
(SEAL) the Circuit Court of Palm offer you the same efficient and courteous service which it I II
Pub.: Feb. 8,15.22 Beach&County March, 1 Florida.& 8. 1946 has been our endeavor to render in the past. The service we ; I
I! offer is complete, from landscape designing to a finished I I
I! Anyone holding trade cards on a NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF I planting job. Our Nurseries are stocked with a wealth of
L\SOOWSERS OF P.\IIOKEE lovely trees, shrubs, vines, potted plants etc. awaiting your I

Tabb's Cafe are urged to bring them Notice DRAINAGE 1s hereby given DISTRICT that pursuant selectio ;
to call of the Board of Supervisors of We invite you to stop in and visit us at any time and will :
in over the week-end for redemption a Pahokee meeting of Drainage the landowners District, the of PiJlokee annual appreciate your continued business.E. .
Drainage District for the year 1946 will TINSLEY HALTER President.
be held at the office of said District
The Cafe will be under new hands on In the Post Office Building at Canal Xl'ItSEmr: 1100 Southern Boulevard (Route No 25 at :
: Point, Palm Beach County. Florida on City Limits), West Palm Beach Florida
Thursday, February 28. 1946. at 2:30: I
next Monday morning, Feb. 11. o'clock of in: the afternoon for the purposes I I
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I 1. Electing a Supervisor I'I I
I 2 Receiving annual reports and tak-
-IURS. J. C. TAIIB iJ j Ing such action with respect thereto I
as the landowners may determine; and .
3. Transacting such other business ILi - --
may come before the meet1ng. \


a aoooao G r Pub: Feb.By:8.R.15.y 19-16.Patterson President BERRY FUNERAL HOME I .


: Ambulance Service !

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Pahokee Ph. 2301 Belle Glade Ph 2,17 : ;

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A. I. "Bud" AVIS o I ".

0Announces Prince TheatreP


ForCouncilman WEEK OF FEBRUARY 10th



Stanw'ck, Dennis Morgan

Tuesday- tne day


D Wally Brown, Alan CArey



Pahokee Annual Election o!I Gloria Jean, Kirby Grant

I ThursdayFriday"OUT


iJ Jimmy Lydon, Sally Filers

Tuesday May 7 "TIlE WOMAN- IN- GREEN'

Basil Hath bone. Nigel Bruce




; Eddie Dew, Marls \rrixoni
eaa Political Mv.) I


February 8, 1946 The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida Page Five

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Rotary Clubs Hear Hamburger Supper Missionaries Will U. S. personnel were potential r I! PelsollalItems
singers or instrumentalists.
District Governor For Training Union Visit Glades Area the Concert, Dr. Hunt will tell of

"The Power of Music in Wartime."

Rotary District Governor Fred Mrs. C. A. Brown, social director The first of the series of Florida .. Miss Mary Collar of Lantana,
Bultman of Jacksonville paid his of young people's work at the Pa- Chain of Missionary Assemblies .AIIOREE .U.ST cnuncil former Pahokee school teacher,

official. visit to Pahokee and Belle I hokee Migratory Labor Camp en- !:Meetings in the Glades will be held Last Wednesday night an unusually spent the weekend here visiting

Glade Rotary Clubs last Thurs- I I I tertained at the camp grounds on Friday evening, Feb. 8th at 8 I large congregation was Mrs. Hugo Boe and family.

day night when the two clubs met{I:I Monday night with a hamburger p. m. at the Methodist Church of ;present at the First Baptist Miss i Margaret Anderson, stu-

!Belle Glade. Dr. Francis W. Brush I Church of Pahokee. The Illuminated dent at Junior College, Vest Palm
jointly in the Lions club building ,supper for members of the Paha-
will speak on "Filipinos Face the I Cross Prayer Meditation Beach, visited her parents, Mr andMrs.
in Pahokee Mrs. Key served one kee First Baptit Training Union.
Future." Because he refused to !was entered into. It is through H. J. Anderson, in Pahokee
of her usual famed dinners of fried'' Guests were Mary Mullis, Betty ,
sign the pledge of cooperation the medium of prayer that the over the weekend.
chicken and all the trimmings. The UD\\in, Marian Jones, Jean Cru- I '
; with the Japanese, the Re\ church endeavors to complete its Vernon A. Henderson, WT I-c,
meeting was one of the shortest in i thirds, Norma IcCurdy, Fred
Francis W. Brush, Th.D.th his building program. The regular offering is home on a 30-day leave after 21
the history of the Pahokee club- Taylor, Carney Marshall Jerry '
: :wife and two children, spent three for last Sunday amounted months of duty in the Pacific.
fJ1 minutes starting at 1 p. m. I Fred, Randolph Kemp, J. E. Spoon- I
I years as a prisoner in Santo t to $1000.50. The pastor announced While in the Glades he will visit
and adjourning promptly at 1:57. er, Tommy Sullivan and Bob Fu-
i Tomas Camp in Manila. When that no financial campaign will his family and his parents in Lake
At 5:30 in the afternoon the qua. I
i I rrs. Brush was found reading be entered into. The program laid Harbor and his brother and sLiter-
district governor met with President The BTU now meets regularly
literature printed by the Filipino I 1 down by the Lord in Exodus 25 in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Vinson Hen-
Otto Bleech of the Pahokee every Sunday evening at 6:30
Underground she was separately :and I 36 will serve as the pattern. derson, in Pahokee
club and all club committeemen. o'clock at the Lions Hall. All
interned at Fort Santiago for The building of the church will i Mr. and Mrs. W. 1. Raborn of
For an hour the group dLscussed young people of the communitt I
seventy-two days. Dr. Brush has I progress in keeping with the spirit Madill, Okla, who have been visiting -
Rotary, work done by the Paha- are invited to attend.
kee club during the past and -- --.-- a great story, and the public i3 in- and support of the Wednesday Mrs. C. A. Shive and other
year vited to attend this Union Service night senice. This Sunday the relatives in Pahokee for the past
plans for the coming Shortly -
year. Pahokee Cub Scouts when he will speak.On pastor, Rev. C. A. oberg will con- three weeks, left this week for
after the 1:57 adjournment the
district governor met with Belle To Re-organize Tonite Wednesday, February 13th, tinue his series of sermons on The Fort M'ers where they will be the

Glade President Luther Jones and I I the next meeting will be held in Sermon on the rount. A most im- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert

I i the Methodist Church of Pahokee portant subject, "Let Not the Sun Herron
club officials for another confer- There win be an important re- ,
I : at 8 p. m. Dr. Frank C. Laubach go down on thy Wrath." At night The Pahokee Chapter, Order of
ence. A number of Belle the
large the : organization meeting of Cub
who is considered as one of the the fifth Baptist Article of Faith, Eastern Star, will meet in the Ma-
Glade members were present. i Scouts in Pahokee tonight (Fri-
.... I greatest Christian leaders in the 'IJustification" be preached. sonic Temple on Thursday evening,
day) at 1:30 o'clock at the Pabo-
I world to-day, having championed Special music will be the order of Feb. 14. A valentine program will
Dir and Mrs. Steve Lovett and kee school building. W. E. Nexsen,
j the world forgotten the ilI the day i i be featured.
men -
his mother of Haines City visited scout executive, will be present for
literates, will be the This
friends in Pahokee and Canal the meeting and present a new I speaker.
Point meeting is open to the public and - --- -- - -- -
Monday while enroute to film on "CUb Scouting. All boys
West Palm Beach for a visit with of Cub age-9, 10. ll-are urged to a large number of citizens of Can-

Mr and Mrs. J. B. Cox. I be present and bring their parents. al Point, Pahokee and Belle Glade
are expected

1-- -_ -- - - -- I The people of the Glades will
,have the opportunity to hear Dr. EXPERTALTERING

I Arthur Billings Hunt present a

concert on Thursday February

14th at the Pahokee Methodist y

6 One-Bedrooin Houses Church at 8 p. m. Dr. Hunt says : yL :I

"music is a weapon" and as officer
I in charge of the music in the AND :

I European Theatre of operations. I
For Sale
for 27 months, he ought to know.It ;; ,

helped to keep up the spirits DYEING !

of the fighting men and also was i iWe

'I' To Be Moved From Property a major extracurricular concern of ii i ii!i

the because
Army one third of the

Houses Furnished I
TAX DEED to render excellent I
Senate are prepared you an ser-
( Bill ha 163)

I : O. R. BLEECHI Pol NOTICE R. Hall IS holder HEREBY ot Tax GIVEN Certificate, That vice along this line. The next time you need an j I II

No. 4460. lssud the 2nd day of July i' I I
I A D. 1928. has med same tn my office I ;
I Pahokee and bas made application for tax deed altering or dyeing job-let us serve you. :
to be issued thereon. Said certificate
I' embraces the following described property -
I'. tn the County of Palm Beach, I :
State of Florida to-wit: I I II
I I! N4 of SE4 of NE!. ot NW Sec-
i tion 8. Township 42 South Range
43 East, 3 aCft'S COW lT I
1 The assessment ot the said property I ,
under the said certificate bsued ass In I,
the name of Unkno\\
Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -
according to law, the property LAU nnr & nnr CLEANING ;
described therein will be sold to the
New highest bidder at the court house door I
PIths on the first Monday in the month of j I II Ij
April, 1946. which 15 the 1st day of I PAIIOREE -
April 1946. I
Dated this 2nd day of February 1946. : j
J, Mel Arnett Clerk of
ff Distance ITo (SEAL) the Circuit Court of Palm I
lhg Beach County, Florida. j -- -
Pub. Feb. 8, U, 22. & March 1 & 8,1946 ; - -- -

F [;4 rnfZi Gj I iClj4wrn[; [;UJ

take tare ol tile continued heavy volume of long

dialante tall, thousands of miles of long dislante aF'
circuits are being added 10 the South's telephone 0

IIdwork.A. construction. work progreasee, ealh now sometimes
Change OwnershipOF
delayed, will begin to find new paths. In the

meantime, If your taU happens to be delayed, we

hope you will understand We are faced with a big TilE

job hat will take a lot of time

and money to complete. Bat
South Bay Growers & Distributors
we are going at It eagerly and .
I \
\ efficiently with every resource

\\\ at our command. 0 EFFECTIVE JUNE U.19S5 Q

On the above date Frank Lo Anderson and Forrest Norton, a partnership

E operating under the name of South Bay Growers and Distributors was

dissolved and Iesrso Anderson and Norton sold out to Edwin Butler IiiJ

(, Under our agreement with Mr. Butler he wag to receive all assets and a0 -

sume all liabilities. This is official notice of that agreement.

J.f \




s 7 ,: ,-

Frank L. Anderson Forrest Norton


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Page Six The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, February 8, 1946.

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Cinematic Chatter Founders Day Is Music

By Malcolm Millar .

'II Observed Ionday THE LASTING GIFT

Sunday-Monday at the Prince I

Theatre comes a show that a lot of (Mrs. G. B. Ramey, Phone 2082. By Pahokee PTA Can you imagine anything more appropriate than a musical

people have asked me about, and I instrument of some kind There are no new ones available

I'm glad at last to report its i Mrs. Margaret Thompson presented at present, but we do have modem styled, new appearing

1 the Bible study program at I MirrApianos, fully guaranteed. We also have several thor-

screening" I a meeting of the Lottie Moon i Founders Day was observed by oughly reconditioned band instruments.

Lovely Barbara Stanv.jck with Circle, Baptist WMU. at the the Pahokee Parent-Teacher As- The most complete stock of records and record albums avail-

charming Dennis Morgan as her church Monday afternoon. Nine sociation at the February meeting able, both classical and popular will be found in our store.

leading man turns in one of her members held in the high school auditorium Plan now to make MUSIC the answer to your gift probleJllS.

grandest performances in this picture I were present. Monday night. It's the lasting gift-keeps on giving happy listening hours.
Mrs. Julia Banedt is ill
which tells of a soldier who seriously Mrs. Frances Harlow, program We invite you to our store to see our selections.
at her home in Port Mayaca suf- i
is advided to spend some vacation chairman, introduced Mrs. W. P.
fering from a heart attack. Her BRUBAIER MUSIC COMPANY
time in the country. He Jernigan who presented the special
friends in this will be
comes to this Connecticut home many area Founders Day program. Candles The laIm t\arl1t1K' Jlo"t, Complete Jlu.ic Store
glad to know that she showed some
and there he meets Barbara Stan on the large birthday cake were JJlOXE 4173 206 D.TClt.WEST PALM BEACH
improvement Thursday.
wyck, and upon this meeting and lighted by Pahokee PTA past pres-
Mr. and 'Irs H. D. Judy, formerly -
the ensuing events hangs one of I idents who were guests of honor ---- -. -- -- -----
of Montgomery, W. Va., but
sweetest stories ever recorded on Corsages and boutonnieres were 1 I
now residing in Lakeland, Flay : --
tb screen. I presented to the past presidents : 'I
: :
were weekend guests of Rev. and
Tuesday Wednesday Wally by the PTA. In a Founders Day i
Mrs. W. O. Hatfield in Canal I !
Brown and Alan Carney move in talk Mrs. Jernigan reviewed the
Point. Mr. Judy, a retired banker, '
with their latest try, which Is history of the local PTA which Dog Racing i
is also a gospel singer and Bible
"Radio Stars on Parade". It is was organized 1929. Mrs. Thadd
teacher. He filled the pulpit at
said to be a very funny show and I Whidden' vocal soloist, sang, 'The
the Canal Point Methodist church I '
that there is a lot of first rate I Kashmari Song" and "Mighty Lak
Sunday night, using as his theme, WORLD'S FASTEST
talent used In its presentation.On 'The Unusual." I A Rose" accompanied at the piano i i i

the same bill comes lovely !by Rev. C. A. Moberg.
Mrs. Gertrude Fultord of Mobile, GREYHOUNDS
Gloria Jean and Kirby Grant in : I At the business session the i
Ala., Is the guest of Miss Susie i I
"Easy to Look At". After view group approved the recommenda- I i.
Bardin in Canal Point for several
ing this one you will agree with I I I tion of the executive committee to IN ACTION NIGHTLY
days. Mrs. Fulford is an employeof I ; 4
me that this little lady is "Easyto appoint Duncan Padgett, Elmer
National Air Lines in
look at" . period. I am sure i and is on vatcation. Jones and Arch Blakey on a com- (except Sundays) i I

you will enjoy this sbow. : mittee in charge of the PTA pro-
Irs. G. L. Sims of Canal Point .
Thursday Friday Jimmy Lydon accompanied her brother Dave ject of installing tables and

and Sally Filers will do a mystery benches at thecity recreation
Alston of Clewiston, to Richlands,
play with an unusual twist under Ga., on Tuesday of this week park. President C. A. Moberg, in Daily Double 2nd and 3rd races i
the title "Out of the Night. This behalf of PTA, presented set of
where they visited their mother, I
is a strange story of a dream that World Book Encyclopedia to Prin-
Mrs. Ed Alston and attended to Nine
lead to the capture of the murderer cipal D. D. Caudill for the sclool. races
business. They plan to return to I
of a boys father. I The monthly attendance awards I I
their homes in the Lake Region : i
Basil Rathbone and Nigel Brucemove I went to Mrs. Cleo Douthit's third
today.Dr. ; 1 1I
in on this program with grade at the elementary school t
and Mrs. W. O. Strickland I
their offering from a Scotland and to the eleventh grade at the I No minors admitted '
and ion, Walter, returned to their
Yard story under the title "The high d.ool.:
home in Glennville, Ga., Wednesday I
Woman in Green." This one has On display: in the school cafeteria I il
after spending the past week
all of the mystery, the "deduc- during the social hour was
in Canal Point with Mr. and Irs. FAll :
tions" and the uelementary" as- ; a Junior Red Cross exhibit from :

pects as found in all of the Sher- Paul Rardin. the regicnal office in Atlanta. Re- racing under state racing :
Mrs. Cecil D. Franklin of Rock-
lock Holmes variety of mystery freshments were served by Mrs.It I I
mart Ga., arrived in Canal Point I commission
stories. I believe )'ou'n like it. J. Schroder, Irs. L. L. Shirley, I supervision
of Mr.
Saturday to be the guest
Saturday comes Eddie Dew and Mrs. Roy Segree and Mrs. Becky I I I
and Mrs. Lester Duncan. Mrs.
Marts Wrixon in their western of- Starling, hostesses. IH
Franklin is a sister of Mrs. Dun- I
fering under the title U'rail to --- : I

Gunsight". Its the usual Western can. .
acUonat picture I - Dow Geiger Named PALM BEACH i I

See you at the movies-Mal. I II Funeral Held For
Chairman Scouts In
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Sheriff's Mother : KEUB i
\\ItXEU ROAST I North District I

The Epworth League of Canal Funeral services for Mrs. Agnes Oppmite 3Iorri'on Field I I

Point Methodist Church a Dow Geiger was elected chair- '
gave On Belvedere Road !
Kirk, mother of Sheriff John Kirk,
Wiener Roast on the dike Mon- man of the North Glades District '
were held Wednesday at 1 p. m. at Wt't\t l'alm peach
day night at 7:30: with thirty Gull Stream Council of Boy : ': i
the p.thian Baptist Church in
: Scouts, at a district meeting held --
present. I
.. Springfield, Mo., according to in- !
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at the Pahokee Lions Hall Mon-
formation received at the sheriff'soffice
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Adams are i day night. Other officers elected I'a --- ----
Tuesday afternoon. !
In Glenwood, Ga., this week where for the year were Frank Rozelle,
Mrs. Kirk died shortly after midnight j
they are visiting relatives and district commissioner; O. R. : -
in Springfield after an extended -
fril'nd They plan to return today illness. Sheriff Kirk had Bleech, leadership training and fi- r

or tomorrow nance committee chairman: J. V. I
been at her bedside for several ,
I Thomas, camping and activities i I
chairman: V. C. Denton, organization -i
Surviving, besides the sheriff,
and extension chairman: Alton I CABBAGE AND CELERY
are the husband, Robert Frank; I
Jones, advancement chairman:
two other sons, Ralph Kirk, Belle
'i'Z2, 11f/ii; ( Dr. Wilburn C. Young health and
Glade, and Wesley Kirk, with the
safety. Paul Rardin and O. R.
t{/)! armed forces in Tokyo; and two
Bleech committeemen, represent
'J SUP E lE(1tD I
daughters, Mrs. George W. Gabriel
the North Glades District on the
and Mrs. Lee Sutton, both of Los '
t 8 W Angeles, Calif. Gulf Stream Council. Orin Bacon

1 gave the report of the nominating -
Each l.ilcoouiol 3 rull Committee.

ounces of Satan-tspe r tJ Plans were made to observe
Ok' : USE
solution..its K"t.."". ; 4
Feb. 6-14. in the
t Boy Scout Week,
60 Cutlets 60 ull. l'jC ..NI'.... 666
lissues COlloa aM'Iicator district. Posters publicizing the

arutr.ur! and r hscty2,0 3 .scout movement will be on display

complete ift truaions. HOIJU of om.liner's Cold Preparations I in the windows of Pahokee and

Drug Store I I.quld! Tahlt'h, Salve. No' Iropoi Canal Point stores. An exhibit of Beefless
scout handicraft will be shown ersr
Phone 8921 anal I'oh.t I Caution r: +e Only As Directed boy Loop
in the show window of Kahn'sDepartment Vnrions terpi11ars
Store and members of d e y
- Troop 23 will be honorary officials Worms rSo

I I of the city of Pahokee on Wed- ADS ,

i neosda}'. Feb. 13.Announcement. '

was made of the l1yOCldC

i reorganization of the Canal Point %

Serving The Glades! I Cub Pack 24 at the Canal Point

school auditorium on Thursday I Il All the advantages of natural clU0 "t

evening of this week W. E. :-ex- ., Greenland cryolite.
sea assistant scout executive of I
It has bt-t'n a distinct pleasure to serve the folks 1Vest Palm Beach was present at Not acutely toxic to man, cattle
I the meeting. ., or other animals.
I in the take Region aDd, we anticipate with pleas.ure -.- e t
n. IU.IOTT HAS XO High degree of control at eco"omical ?
conUnu.ng this good dfort. It is a genuine i i
pleasure to serve you and we are anxious that you I

B. Elliott State Representative Available alone in combina-
know juel how we feel in regard to the many I Il or
in Group Two from Palm Beach i tions with copper or sulphur

favors you have shown w during the years we county, was wearing a big smile !I if desired

this week following passage ot the DDT
have Mn In business I
i io Feb. 1 deadline when it MaIne
I too late for anyone to quality INSECTICIDES

-- ,, : against him for rt'-dedion. 1Ir. I H SALT A.. .._ .,';).101. I. .....

!Elliott will be returned to the MAN all; ; ; :C /ANr .r lust Mil'W YN ..1'KMontlOvsn -

I State 19H without 'Mal
Legislature I.ILI.d1d by ytwc

I the formality of making a campaign of .1000... YfIDE U U00tNa. .'HILA.', 7, Pi. ., '"I... . .tl'.. ,.,
Ii 'c".O' 5' : '' f'ti.
Western Auto Associate Store throughout the county. He .eo ..F'x 's ,..,..., ..."ic. ..4 i.INMhi.twtsvltyve4sks .

automatically becomes the nom .'''''.

I. JI. LAIR Owner PAHOKEE FLA. iCff of the Democratic party for P@ Oisriiw/

I this particular job in the j fa.n4e Atric,1tvteI Sc....,..,

tior.s scheduled for November" '--- n. KII1M1 s..4 C..,.",

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Friday, February 8, 1946 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Page Seven
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of a daughter Virginia Irene, at Rev. and Mrs. J. R. HeUer have
the Everglades Memorial Hospital as house guests his parents of f

on Feb. 2. Baltimore, Md.Classified. HALSEY & GRIFFITH, INC.. 313 DATURA STREET
South announce the birth of I
i ia son at the Everglades Memorial i, Ads
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin J. Peacock,, ; I .1.1II
former Pahokee residents, announce -
I FOUND: 12 karat gold filled
the birth of a daughter pin. Initials PJIC. Owner may I
Anita Louise, at Paragould Ark., II UP ON -
For PHS Seniors have same by paying for this adv.
on Jan. 28. Calvin is remembered -I I Underwood Typewriters ..
by Pahokee football fans as one or I FOR S.1LE; Corner 50-foot front
Mrs. J.V.. Cruthirds and Mrs.B. Iarchant Calculators
the best backs ever to don a Blue and 90 feet deep. A dandy spot
J. Barnick, Pahokee High
Devil uniform.Mr. for your home on Canal in Canal Sunstrand Adding Machines
School Senior Class room mothers,
and Mrs. H. A. W. Hadke entertained at the Woman's Club Point. For information write Ediphone Voice Writing Equipment
Ralph Mock, 1202 Canal St., Ft.
of Clewiston announce the birth Friday evening with a Valentine Mimeographs
of a daughter at the Everglades party and dance for the Seniors. Myers, Feb. Bch11'ANTED Filing Cabinets
Memorial Hospital on Feb. 1.Mr The c1uthouse was beautifully decorated : : Two men or women to
and Mrs. David Lee Rauler- with roses and red gladioli ;build insurance debit no lapse Steel Desks S Tables
son of Canal Point announce the while white tube and red roses charge, old line company, life, sick Aluminum Chairs
birth of a daughter, Glen1ce Nell,, formed the centerpiece at the re- accident and hospitalization to Steef Safes
at the Everglades Memorial Hospital freshments table. both white and colored. A good
on Feb. 3. I :Miss Mary Solick and Steve contract. Write W. F. Robertson 'Ye suggest that you send us your order so that we may

Mr. and Mrs. John S. Barwick+ Brown, class sponsors, were also Dist. Mgr.. Box 157, Chosen, notify you as our stocks come in.
of Canal Point announce the birth invited guests. :Mr. Brown and Fla. Feb Bpd Expert repairing and overhauling aU types and makes
Miss Imogene Hough were prizewinners I of office machine3. Our repair department will be glad
of an original Valentine FOR SALE: Close in business lot.
contest. Refreshments were served Two small houses in rear. 3000. to give you an estimate. All work guaranteed.

by the hostesses:0 40 guests. See Dan Carpenter, Pahokee, Fla. I J
Jan. 23ch

To Purchase New I JICKUEX'S POULTRY FARM, -- .

Nets For School now open, about two miles down
ISN'T A/WAyt Bacom Point Road. A thousand

GOLOEN...SOMTIMESII Members of the Canal Point to pick from. The best and cheapest : : I
in town. Feb. 15pd Canal Point Machine Works
!JVJl Yl//OW! Parent-Teacher Association at a _
meeting in the school auditorium GREASE TRAPS and septic tanks' ,
Wednesday afternoon voted to pur- cleaned and repaired. See Bob ,: i Manufacturers Of t!
chase new nets for the school's Douthit, Pahokee, Fla. t-U-ch. :
tennis courts and a blanket for the
school's sick room. Mrs. F. M. FOR SALE: Triple A White Rock : ; HYDRAULIC MOLE DRAINS ;!
Wilson president presided at the roosters, young about grown, : \VEED CHOPPERS
business. The monthly attendance M. P. Holman, Pahokee. I-ll-ch. j! I: I II
award was won by Mrs. P. P. de- I
FOR SALE: 13 lots in Northmoor I
{ Moya's second grade room. subdivision In Belle Glade, C. A. I I: We Are Agents For
-wAnd Otto Coleman presented i
the annual Founders Day program. : ------- -- -- i
She was assisted by Mrs. Clara IDRAGUNE Available for any AND HERCULES DIESEL MOTORS :'I
Maurer and Mrs. Wilson. I! kind of work. Half yard ma- I II
Mrs. Jess M. Elliott local chair- i;chine. Charles L. Wagner, General : I I

man of the Junior Red Cross, gave Delivery, Belle Glade, Fla. I: ; 'VE HAVE DRAG LINE CABLE IN STOCK I
a talk on the work of the organization I I' Feb. 8 pd. y
dark, gloomy silence and had on display at the
is realization Junior Red Cross ex- FOR SALE: Farm land in four i iI
generally caused by meeting a
office in and five acre tracts on hard i! CANAL POINT- PHONE 531 I'. O. BOX 466
hibit from the regional :
that a loss just su- AUanta. road. C. A. Bailey, Belle Glade, i

stained COULD have been Following the program refresh- Fla. JanISchI I:

avoided with a proper in- ments were served by Mrs. Joe I FOR SALE: House trailer sleeps 'VE MANUFACTURE EVERYTHING THAT'S !I,

surance policy. Edenfield and Mrs. Charles Hitch-:I four people. In excellent condi- .: MADE OUT OF IRON FOR USE IN I

cock hostesses. ... tion. Inquire at Cleves Service TilE GLIDES
-- 411.
O. R. LEECH I Station Pahokee, Fla. 2.g-1tp I
B. W. Wood, formerly with the
INSUUANC P.\1I0KEC Pahokee police force, is now em- FOR SALE: One 1941 Chevrolet
ployed as night watchman at the i tractor with 24 ft. refrigerator
.- USSC plantation at Bryant, Fla. I Van, see Mrs. A. M. Andrew, next
I door to Post Office, Canal Point.its PATRONIZE TIlE ADVERTISERS

,1\-,7r.i ii 1\t ill.I 1'f117\iji\ if l iflill i 1----
of The
Wt NttU four copies
I News dated Jan 4" .
150/0 DISCOUNT TO ALL Everglades I Ii ;
I 1946. Will pay 25c each for them. I I II
EX-SER"ICE MEN i Paul Rardin, Canal Point or phone I I II

We handle fine clothes for men and womenmanufactured ,FOR SALE: 2500 Acres Muck : MEANS HOUSEPainting i iI
by Herbert's. They are tailored to measure and sure I fronting two miles on highway I II
to please. We specialize In Ladies' tailoring. I and West Palm Beach Canal. I I
Bounded on east by State Lateral andDecorating :

AL 'r I A, on west by State Lateral B, ap- I
miles east of
proximately eight I
BOX 876 : Canal Point. Priced below market. !
PAIIOKEEi i Full information write P. O. Box i

... ... ... ... ... 363, Miami, or phone 2.6510.2.22-c I

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For many years past we have been handling the
I"7\ I' ( ;(jtlinnnnnnrn+,nnn nn++n+,nnnnu ttll.tliDWe fine line of I I

IIITrtroPILE Glidden Paints And Varnishes I II

DRIVING and those who have used them for both exterior ':

and interior purposes have found them most sat- t tis

facto Ij'. A home fixed up with GLIDDEN I

ANY SIZE PRODUCTS can sure be fitted up nifty and at- :
are prepared to DRIVE PILING, tracti\'e. i iI"

ANYWHERE, in the Glades

I" More Cooking Ware

Our Driver is mounted on a ten-'heel drive truck and I I
A long looked for shipment of aluminum and : I
i is designed to operate in the muck under any condition. porcelain cooking utensils have now been received ; ,

and from this supply you may find the articles :

A trained operator with years of experience driving you have long desired : i

I. Among other new stock arriving will be Picking 'iI
piles in the Glades insures work being done to your Baskets, G. E. Light albs all sizes, TwentyGal- !

I Ion Galvanized Buckets, Lanterns, \rastc Paper : I II
specifications, accurately and speedily Baskets, Toilet and Kitchen Brushes. I II iWe

I are displaying and will take future delivery : ;

'VE WILL FURNISH PILING OR DRIVE YOURS I orders for the famed line of Keh'inator Ranges I II

I;:; and Refrigerators and Pemco Hot Water Heaters.BETANEWS .
; i

Glades l\pp1hnce Corporation I; w



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1 !. .Y I-: f i
-E. !.t S/tiS4K16! .1.L tiY.tlLlt.4f.Y.M 15iaLi.

Eight The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, February 8, 194&

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race so we will place before you 1 i ules. So it is interesting to note Lands Her First !CARD OF THANKS

his history, that is, we will if the I I that in 1930 there were 134 com- We wish to extend our appre-
SUNSPOTS I Sail Off Palm Beach !ciation and thanks to the people.
investigators are ever found. It mercial customers as against 872 .
,who were so kind during the Illness
seems that they got lost trying in December 1945. In 1930 there !
(By Breezy) Mr. and Mrs. Sumner Bates, and death of our father, and
I to find Perry. "If elected I will U were but eight industrial customers -
Spring\ille, N. Y. Mr and Mrs. ,:for the many floral offerings that.
"Chief I of Police", says Altman. If and it remained this way for
Carl Witt of Gowanda N. Y., ;were given.J. .
elected you will be a busy man, five years. But in December 1945
AHOKEE NEWSREEL: Frank Harold Rosenberg and lW mother, I D. and C. H. Pope
Shaughnessy and Cracker wrest- growing beans, keeping Bob Chamberlain there were 74 industrial customers. Mrs. Grace Rosenberg, formed a ... .
straight and chasing burg- The population growth of the I
ling with a pile of iron and Alice ..
fishing party on "Fun 2" fishing I A luncheon meeting of the Pahokee
lars. is reflected the .
Everglades by
standing in the doorway telling I I .. from Leyton's Dock in West Palm I Woman's Club will be held
-- -- fact that there were but 198
them about it. Otto Bleech Beach last Saturday Mrs. Rosen- !I at the clubhouse on Tuesday, Feb
com-I residential customers in 1930, I
ing out of his office \\ Power Co.Continued.- of this berg landed the only sailfish, i: 12. Arrangements be under
555 1935 and
In 1,675 as I
hat then going back after it. Marshall measuring 7 feet, 2} inches and : the direction of Mrs. R. F. Hurt,

Lair cranking up his bicycle; ( from 1) past December.It tipping the scales to 47 pounds.It i I assisted by Mrs. Vwon Hender.,
i I page is to see the source of
in front of his store. Ben Elliott from easy was her first sail. Members of I son. Mrs. Sadie Barnick will preside -
available the north from
or this growth when we realize that
standing under the shade of his the fishing party were guests of I at the business.
the south both tied into the large in 1930 only 2lQ.t cars of vege- .
big hat. Albert Gant, George Mrs and Mrs. Bates on the trip. IfI
and of the
plants system Company. tables were shipped during the . I I NOTICE
Weaver, Buddy Cochran, B. J. Bar- I .
The stupendous growth of the season, 5,540 in 1935, and the over- !I PUBLIC NOTIC 15 hereby given that
wick and Arthur Bush holding I
Everglades with its unexcelled whelming mass of 14,569 cars in Ens. Glen O. Hatfield of the U. I the undersigned intends to register
with of Circuit Court
down a bench. Ora Powell and the Clerk the in
farm lands has been carefully fol. 1945. Maritime Service is at home 'and for Palm Beach County Florida,
Carmen Salvatore arguing with .... IS. I pursuant to Section 865.09 Florid&
lowed by the Company to the ex- his parents Re. and Mrs.
Parker. Thadd and Luke holding i Statutes of 1941. the fictitious name
tent that 46% miles of new distribution Cpt. Brice Hall, who recently returned !w. O. Hatfield in Canal Point. He to-wlt:
Nola's post. Rube Vann
sleeping through a Pugh shave. or service lines have been to the United States from I Is expecting his release from the which I am engaged in business
built throughout the area dUring the Pacific, is visiting his aunt, service. He recently returned in Pahokee Palm Beach Cunty Florida.

bank.Rathelle Terry Logan Sellers jaywalking and to Dick the the past year, with 29 additional Mrs. J. R. York, in Pahokee. I I from a trip to Belgium. Pub. Feb.Signed I, 8, :15.Guile 22. 1946.C. Gabaldon
miles under construction. Virtu-
Richardson talking it over. Alvin ally every farm or farm operation -_. - .._ __ h____ _
Armstrong spreading more paInt. in the area from Clewiston to the ,
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Harry McIntosh in high gear north end of Indiantown and west
for Bolton's. Rosa Mable
heading to a line paralleling TwentyMileBend
Waring telling Dave Cunningham Is now served with unlimited
Savers Pahokee Fish
what lighting It is out all about.for the Dick post Parrish office. I power.It i Money at MarketI
is difficult to believe that in i
Joe Kahn and Frank Rozelle discussing i I
11930 there were 408 electric customers "
the affairs of the world. in the Everglades; 1,000 in LIF E90c i iI
HEN S 45c
Papa Maxwell doing a sidewalk December 1935; and 2,784 in De- i OYSTERS --....... 11EIGIIT ...........
job with Uncle Tom supervising. I
cember 1945, an increase of 178%
George Belk paying a visit to the in ten years. The total load on the I DlttSSED '

local store. Julian listening to Everglades plants in 1935 was 725 pt HENS ... .. .... WEIGHT ......... 55 C. Lb.wwwuu .
Pete. Mrs. Tillis rushing back kilowatts, about enough to serve I
to the bakery. Amy Whidden :
the new Florida Ramie Products :

entering Epan. Roy the hospital Vandegrift all spit standing and struction.Company plant This,shows now a under growth con-in : Fresh FIsh Dally - - -MULLET. ................ 20c Lb. i
in front of his place of business, II I
the power demand made on the I ICompany's
looking tired and listening to facilities of 506'h during -I

Little 'pete. Windy Willis and Bob a tm- car period In 1930 I FRYERS 45c Lb 1'lam; YARD '
Lanier breezing into town and -- -.-. WIGHT ........- I '
there were 50 farm customers as

making hotel. a Henry landing Barnick in front of telling the compared to 131 to date. This DR1SSEll WEIGUT . . .. . 5.3c Lb. E G G S I'I I
might seem a small number but I

Jimmy street. Wilson Altman to Morgan get speaking off the I I such the character that extremely of the few Glades farmers isI I, Extra Fine Shrimp .. ... 60c Lb. GOc doz. I IPAHOHEE

to everybody now. j
live on their farms. They reside

I in homes in Pahokee and Belle

Speaking of Altman. we want to i Glade and other communities com- FISH MARKET
Inform you that we dispatched two prising the Everglades. A great
Investigators to Perry, Florida, to I number of the actual farms and lIum\XCE mws.l'ItOl'S. 1I.\C031 POINT nO.\11 J'\IIOImr. FL.\ I !t
record his life as a boy. lie has farm operations are served under ;
qualified to run In the Marshal : commercial and industrial sched- I
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640 Acres For Lease 5 Residential! ! Lots 20 Residential Lots

x 129 In Restricted Area, an Addition To
('11III IN I'AIIOKEE Holloway Subdivision

Restricted Area and 3 Flocks from 50 x 135 feet
(] $S 00 Per Acre Per Year
School and Post Office
$650 each cash I iJ

aCJ. TERMS $.00 $;)0.00 Cash Balance

25. PARTLY IMPROVED TERMS 5"0.00 cash, Balance I $10.00 per Month, ScZe Interest iJ

(! SEC. 5--1-1-39 510.00 Per Month 1nELL"' GIJAIJE QI

L..3 I'll & && .-. .,


Cute little Home In 8 Room House and 4 Room 2 Houses ill South Bay

a Belle Glade Cottage L.L..3

Palms 0E BLOC I. It0111fAIN STREET
ON E \ST"E'. E. On Ridge J \\"th Royal I 1 and I Flowers, iJ

4 ROOMS & BATH with PORTECHERE Large Hon p Furnished, Lot 140x210 feet AND NEAR SCHOOL 0$550a

Possession March 15, 1946 gl Main Street In Pahokee QI
( ld Brooks Bateman Place l )

I! $10 000 $4000 a

(Furniture Can lie Bought Reasonably) ,



Lots For Colored n Ai Acres and 4 Lots with A REAL BUY

FE' LOTS LEFT 4 Houses 115 on State Road
In lIailey's Subdivision i i No. G, Belle Glade

"n,1 other Improvements, Good \rater. NO. 25 AUOITT 15 MILES FROM
$600 $1000
Pepper and Egg Plant Growing BELLE GLADE



Each 150.00 'Claude tnt Home) Per Acre Cash $80.00

North of Canal on State Road 191




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