Title: Everglades News
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Title: Everglades News
Uniform Title: Everglades News
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Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Belle Glade ; Canal Point, Fla.
Publication Date: February 15, 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 22-No. 48 Canal Point, Palm Beach County, Florida, Friday, February 15, 1946 $2.00 Per Year

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. Sea Scouts Overhaul Nursery In Need Scout Window Wins Albert Gant Seeks

RECENT And Paint Boat Favorable Comment

Of Financial Aid Re.Election May 7
OPERATIONS The Canal Point Sea Scouts are I. A very attractive Boy Scout
busy this week overhauling their I window has been seen at Kahn's
. bat.: It is bei? scraped and ,III It Operates I Store in Pahokee this week The As Chief Of Police

By Paul Rardin will receive a new coat of paint.I Scouts carried the materials to the

I The motors were recently reconditioned I store and the genial !Ir. McIntosh
The seats of ,the boat are I The Pahokee Nursery in the decorated the window for the boys Albert Cant, chief of police in

Some wiseacre asked the other ,I be i n g upholstered by Wally past has had federal assistance Much favorable comment was Pahokee, today announces his can-

day if all the Pahokee policemen : Githens of Wally's Upholstery and carried on in admirable fash- heard during the week while the didacy for re.election subject to

had gone to work for the Florida Shop In Canal Point. Wally is do- I Lion. Beginning tomorrow-Feb' window was in. The window was the action of voters in the coming

Power and Light company. He ing the work for the Scouts without ; 16-all federal aid will be cut off prepared in keeping with Boy annual election, scheduled for
pointed out that all the cops are i Scout Week-Feb 8.14 I Tuesday, May 7, 1946. Mr. Cant
charge. from the institution and the Nursery -
wearing the initials of the power I I --- --- I is finishing one term as chief of
if operation continues, must
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company manager on their shoulder police and is the second man to an-
be financed
locally. Number Of
patches-. P. D. I nounce for the job for the forthcoming .
Pahokee Teeth Those interested in operation of
Clerks Increased term of two )'ears. A. E.
... -- the Nursery have said that plans
I Are Hard To Beat I Morgan announced and qualified
will be made whereby help will be I At Pahokee P. O. .
I i \ recently for the same job
Methodist Revival Inspection Shows asked of the civic clubs after Feb.
I Mr. Gant has served Pahokee
16. The price for keeping children
The Post Office has
Department and its citizens for two years as
Scheduled I In a recent survey pon.orf'dby wilt, necessarily, have to be raised increased the number of regular I police chief and before taking that

Sunday the West Palm Beach Kiwanis it was pointed out by Nursery clerks at the Pahokee Post Office position Mr. Gant served the Paho-

I Dental Clinic Dr. Sturm of Detroit officials yesterday. from three to four effective March kee and Canal Point section as

Morning At Eleven : made a statement that will bt of Rent on the building-$40 per 1, 1946. lIrs. Lila D. Jaudon, who constable for four )'ears.

inter t to folk In the Glades. Dr. month-is being donated by Mrs. has been employed in the Pahokee I In commenting upon his candidacy

Stunniltt'd the M'hook In Palm Harley Williams with the under- office for a little over two Mr.
I years Gant said: "I feel that
The revival at The Beach county and after mpletion) standing that at least a like I
meeting \\ill be recommended to fill the during past two years Wt' have had
Methodist Church, Pahok Flor- of his Inspection stated that boys amount will be forthcoming from po ition. 'Ihiin not actually in- efficient law enforcement in Pa-
and Birk In IahokPe schools had charitable sources to aid in opera- I
crease the number of employes, as and I '
:.hokee am offering my (3ndidacy -
will begin
Sunday morning
tion of the Prices for keep-I
the best teeth that he had seen In plar.t. it has been necessary for the past for re-rlection upon the
Ftb. 17, at eleven o'clock with Rev
children will be 51.00 or
hI4 In"IM".tlon trip. Ill' pointed out ing a day I two to two substitutes ,
years use record I have made in offict' In
and Mrs. R L. Flowers leading
In the work. The church Is fortun- that they werewell cared for and $5.00 per week official of the I inasmuch as three regular clerk : the future, as in the past I shan
said. I
that elo' a in'pet'tion ho\\'ttl tht'm Nursery have been inadequate.At at all times work for the betterment .
ate in these fine of
having people
During the time! that federal aid
to be '"in all 'round better rondi- :
Cod in this campaign for Christ. II the time Postmaster Ed Jensen of Pahokee and its citizens-
tien" than in ether \'hIHll hei..itrll was forthcoming there were eer- I "
any took office Nov. I, 1940 the taxpayers.
Mr. and Mrs. Flowers nationally -
thin rules and that had
,- in the 11p11ations
county.Ioca I compliment; of regular clerks was I
known as two leading Methodist to be met. One was that all children ----J--
felk" have been trying to increased from two to three and :
evangelists. They come from fiur out why teeth in the Pahokee kept in the "ur pry must have I the office has been operating with
Goldthwaite, 'I'exa9. It would be working mothel Now, under the I }Lions \Will Build
area are bitter than in my i this number since that time. Dur-
bard to find two more consecratedand child will be kept in I
Some new set-up !
other section of the ('ount ing this five year period the gross
efficient religious workers. rage advanced the Idea that it was the Nursery and the only rile will I I receipts of the office have increased New Place
: Meeting
They hold meetings all over the
United States and are in pn itionto possible that the boys and girls rat be that his keep must be paid for from $12,282.13 for the calendar
the lates.
in plenty of green snap beans and at regular year of 1940, to $18,7 3.tO for the -- -
give great leadership are'ival. -
\ It must be borne in mind, that whatever k, In t'enrutp -.-...-..-. I calendar year of 1915. This represents i Pahokee Lions at their Tuesday

however, that they cannot do all bean keeps their teeth in good an increase of a little over I luncheon meeting voted to sell

the work They have their part to ronditlon. 24 Unit Tourist 50 percent. I I their present clubhouse, which has
Theft I" no dt'nti"t in lahoket'. -- ---.-
do, and the people have their part. i I IN I become too small to adequately

All depending upon Cod to give'I ..--- : Court Going Up Bulldozer Is I I take care of club activities, and
the increase. build a new Lions Hall, 50 by 100
US The meeting will run for two I:, Bible Class Seeks "I- 1 Bought For Dist 5 fret a. .Mn a3 materials become

weeks and three Sundays, closing'"'i Larger Enrollment I Piling were driven this week by available. As a site for the new

on March 3rd. Services will beheld I workmen on the new tourist court On a motion by Commissioner building a 60 by l00.foot lot, located -
: Paul Rardin and passed unaimously at Northeast First Street
each service beginning -
night song The objective enrollment of 200 being erected on the Pahokee-Can- I
: county commissioners on Mon and Third Avenue adjoining the
at 7:30 and preaching at i I
al Point highway bv Van Stuckey.
8:00 We extend n cordial of the Pahokee Men's Bible Class day of this week in regular ses- J. C. Mock property, is being pur-
: p. m I Sand and rock are on the gro id
welcome and invitation to all Is rapidly nearing attainment with and work will begin at once on sion purchased from the Clewiston chased by the club.

churches and friends of the 5 uniting last Sunday, bringing ; construction of 24 units 12x2 feet. Motor company a bulldozer which Rupert Mock announced that the

churches to come and worship with the membership to well over 100. The units will be built of concrete has been assigned to work in the I Lions will entertain Pahokee and

us in these meetings. All singers Capacity attendance is the joy of blocks, 1fr. Stuckey said and he Glades section of Palm Beach Belle Glade High School football

who will be so kind to come and the class these days. The present hopes to complete the court at a county The new bulldozer and a squads at an oyster and chicken
help us in the song service will series of lessons on hThe Children :'cost around $15,000. new dragline, also purchased from Cry and outdoor party at St Lucie

find a hearty welcome in our choir. of IsraEl" by the teacher, Rev. C. The units will contain all tile the Clewiston concern, are expected Canal Thursday evening Jack Bell,

We appeal to every praying person i A. loberg, is resulting in much I baths with hot and cold water. I to be delivered just as soon as Miami Herald feature writer, will
favorable comment, especially in the strike situation clears up in be guest speaker. The Lions and
to be
In the town so generous They will be plastered on the inside I
view of the comparisons brought the Industrial c'nters. their guests will gather at the
in their sympathy as to pray much and_ stuccoed_ __ outside. Mr. ,
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revival in out as befitting the events of this n P Lions hall at 6:30: and go ir a
of the
for the success Stuckey said each unit would
:present day. .rl's : group from there to St. Lucie:
bringing people to Cod.T. have a flat concrete roof. The units No Presi
I Next Sunday .The Responsibility Committees in charge,of arrange-
A Ferguson, Pastor will be placed in horseshoe shape
--- ...---- of a Great Heritage" will be dis- I Dinner This Year i iCLEWISTO ments include Rupert Mock and
I I with entrance on the east end of i
cussed, with emphasis on the origin I Steve Drown, general chairman:
the court. The court will extend
Chicken Pileau On and meaning of American Pahokee-Can-\\ Shortage of hotel Jerry Gold, lighting; Marvin Levin -
all the from the
Saturday March 2 Democracy. What about Uncoln's way accomodations a common com- !, cooking: Gordon mmer, wood
al Point highway to Lake Front
Gettysburg address? How about I plaint throughout South Florida and tables; M. I. Keen and Duncan
For Scout Benefit I Josef Stalin's address as of a few i iI I this year, has caused cancellation Padgett, ice and food.

.I days ago? What did he mean by I I I II of the annual dinner given during i John E. Wilson, C. A. McIntosh

On Saturday Night, March 2, those scientists of abroad? His New County: RoadWork February by Clarence R. Bitting, and Paul Tillery were welcomed as

rahokt'e Boy Scouts will sponsor five year plan? Russia's desire president of the United States new members of the club introduced -

a Chicken Piteau upper at the and plan to keep him -alive at Progresses ; Sugar Corp., in honor of the com- i I; to other members by Frank

Woman's Club building in an ef- least 150 years? Communism the I pan"s key personnel. : Rozelle, program chairman.Veteran .

fort to raise money to buy new future government of the world? Work is progressing satisfac- Attended by business, agricultural -I -p_. .

unitornu. Scouts will have ticket :I American form of government the torily on the county cut-off road in and political leaders of the Gets 10000I
on sale on the street before the cause of the world war? These Pahokee to the State Farmers State and nation, the dinner has

event takes place, it was pointed and other points of Stalin's address Market, according to County Com- become an Everglades institution. I GI Bill Assistance

out by Jack Phillips, Scoutmaster will be considered in keeping missioner Paul R a r d t n under' Bitting said he was reluctantly
Tickets will sell for S1 and will en- with the Bible thought for Sunday. whose supervision the road is be- I forced to announce the cancellation -I A complete 100 percent COlU t'11C-

tite the holder to piteau and all I Additional chairs will be provided ing built. I because overcrowded conditions tion Joan enough to buy the lot

the trimmings. for the anticipated large attendance The road leaves the Pahokt'e-: which have prevailed at the I and build the houe- arranged under -
--... --- : in view of this particular Canal Point highway at the Legion I Clewiston Inn since early fall GI Bill of tights provisions

: discussion timely. thought.provo- grounds and runs across the muck !would make it possible to care for has been issued to a West Palm

Breezy I native and factual. The Class one mile to the recenlty constructed the many guests who attended Beach veteran, Thomas E. Puffe,
Quartet will fa'orith two selections. State Market road. I each year. I entomologist for Palm Beach

An inspiring song service More than 9,000 yards of native I To replace the dinner, a barbecue County.
(Editor's Note: We're not sure will bt" conducted by It Cowart. rock tan been hauled onto the may be held at the end of the : The loan was made by the Lake

just what happen to Breezy this 1. Jaudon will preside. The class roadway and this week 1200 yards I sugar harvest season in the spring Worth Federal Savings and IJ'Jan

week It is barely possible that meets Sunday at 9-45, Lions Budding of Ojus rock are being put on for a' if food supplies are available at Company and It E. Branch, secretarytreasurer -.

one of those new policemen in Pa- A most cordial invitation is finish. Just as soon as the Ojus that time. laid it II believed
hokee got hold of him. Then, too, extended to all unaffiliated men, rock is in place the surface will be I - ---.-- to be the first of its kind granted

there is a remote po ibi1ity that visitors and service men an and shot with oil and slagged. making frs. G. L. Sims returned to her to any Welt Palm Beach vtteran.

he encountered Mr. Big or lIr. out of uniform.r. it one of the finest bardsurfaced! home in Canal Point Fnday after I Mr. Branch said the plan "is

Digger, therefore is unable to use ... -- roads in this St'ction. I spending several days with her the finest loan plan ever devised

a tn wnter, Anyway, we are NEIf,' 1'1)IIOL"nRY SIIOI) Where, the road approaches the mother 1fn. ld Alston in Rich- and I.s practical and \\'orkablt" al-

making an effort to locate him OPEN IN \S.\I. POINT railroad near the market it was land. Ga. She was accompanied on though it b difficult to complete

and we sincerely hope that next necessary to build two bridges-,I the trip by br brother: Dan Alston under present conditionl.i .

week his column will fill the usual Wally Githens is opening a new one for the traffic on the new hard of Clewiston. i Because of the expected volume

pot In this newsp! r.) upholstery shop in the building surfaced road and another to take I\ ._ i I the Lake Worth office will be unable -

.- _ formerly used as the Canal Point care of the tractors. The tractor I, Miss wule Sins, a junior at I to service any additional loam

Mr and 1frs. Kenneth Cook'ey \\.om&n' Club Wally plans to bridge 1s located just a few feet FSC\\ Tallahassee, spent the iiD Wut Palm Beach but will tfl-

returned to their home in MontiL make seat rovers for cars and do south of the other bridge. R&rdin put week end in Canal Point with deavor to accommodate such loaM

cello, F1a. Tuesday after a visit .other up-to-date upholstery Un-. said It is hoped that the road I her parents, Mr. and Mrs C. 1.Sims. from Lake Worth to Boca P.awn.Mr .

with her mother, Yrs. J. S. Hu., : tU he gd squared away his hours i will be open to traffic in a couple She returned to school Toes Branch aaid.-Palm bath

rington at Port May'aca. I will be 7 p. m. until midnigbt. .of 'et ks. t day morning. P t.Palm .

Page Two The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida Friday, February 15, 1946
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Entertains For .

Maryland Friends i
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Fanning Region ..
Established 1924 Published Every Friday Mrs. E. L. Pope entertained with I'
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance KILGORE'SBREDRITE
a bridge party at her home on :

Bacorn Point Road :
in Pahokee
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office i
Wednesday night in honor of her
In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter.
guests. Irs. Polk and daughter, SEEDS

Paul Hardin Editor and Publisher Miss Norma of East Shore Maryland nOE M4a.
who are wintering in Palm ;
Beach. i
Nightmare The Valentine Motif was car-

'Ve have just heard a high school student make a speech ried roses throughout glass and the carnations party were and Electric Hand Lanterns
in advance of about how the
(prepared course) newspapers used for decorations. Each party
were chiefly responsible for juvenile delinquency because guest was presented Valentine ,

they kept putting these things in the paper and giving other sachet. Built in strict accordance with U. S. Navy specifications -
boys and girl "ideas". And we went home and took a nap After three progressions of
these brand-new, high powered lant-
and had a terrible nightmare.In bridge prizes were awarded to Mrs.
this nightmare, the newspapers didn't print a word AI Beverly winner of high score erns, now available for the first time are ideal.

about any of the misdemeanors that were committed in the prize and Mrs. Ellis Walston winner Rustproof and moisture protected bf double
aroused about it. The of second high and Mrs. Otto
community, so naturally nobody wag r cork gaskets, these powerful lanterns will give 40
R. Bleech winner of low. Mrs. .
community slept peacefully while things went from to
W. H. Jones won the cut prizt. hours of continuous service! Concentrated
worse, until something really awful happened and nobody pre-
The honorees, .Mrs. Polk and her
could keep it a secret my longer. daughter received guest prizes. focused bulb produces a pick-up beam at 250 feet

And then the people up and down the streets began Orange juice and Coca Colas on land and a mile and a half over water.

screaming, "Why were we not told about these things? were served during the playing.
What right had the press to hide them from us? Does it Delicious shortcake and coffee was Clear glass, double thick, shatterproof lens;

consider us children, that we musn't know the truth, even if served following the playing. positive toggle switch; roomy carrying handle,

it is unpleasant? See how we could have dealt with this Guests for the evening were: sih'er-plated reflector; spot welded steel case, fin-
and forestalled the tragedy that Mrs. W. H. May, Mrs. Harley Wil.liams. .
growing menace, perhaps iShed in baked enamel both exterior and interior.
has now occurred, if only the newspapers had been honest Mrs. Robert Chamberlain, .
Entirely self contained. Powered two standard
Mrs. W. H. Jones, Mrs. T. S. Kirk,
with us. For shame, for this censorship of news that the
Mrs. AI Beverly, Mrs. Max Beverly No. 6 batteries obtainable !
dry everywhere
community has a normal right to know, day by day! Well, Mrs. Rodolph Faulk, Mrs. Sam
G this mob was screaming all this and pounding on our doors Mosley, Mrs. H. M. McIntosh, Mrs. EVERY 1I0)IE SHOULD HAVE ONE

(in the nightmare) when we awoke, all cold and wet. And II I R. G. Johnson, Mrs. Wallace Pope, FOR EMERGENCIES
we decided to let that be a lesson to us not to take naps ly- Mrs. Frank Shaughnessy, Mrs.

ing on our back (which is how we always have nightmares), I Frank Colson, Mrs. I. M. Lair, Mrs. Available at
especially after going to hear speeches by high school stu- Otto R. Bleech Mrs. W, p Jerni-
dents.-Des Moines Register. I gan, Mrs. A. R. Harrington, Mrs.
S t !G. L. Sims Mrs. Ellis Walston, KILGORE SEEn CO1
Problem Mrs. Paul Rardin Mrs. J. G. Thomas -
Poultry Mrs. Polk and her daughter.Mrs. .
It's interesting to read that the poultry breeders of the E. C. Elmore and Mrs.,

land have decided to do something about the chickens for Pete Chiviges were tea guest
.. Pahokee Belle Glade
Sunday dinner. It's a little too much to expect that we shall -

have birds with half a dozen drumsticks so'the whole family Flat Rate Set For Phone 3201 Phone 106

can be satisfied at once. After aU, it's good memory practice Club House Rental
for the youngsters to remember whose turn it is to have the
drumsticks. IMlWM.CM.n ltV w.!. IW.w:
Members of the Pahokee Wom-
But the poultry raisers have decided to breed a strain of an's Club at a luncheon meeting

bird with thicker layers of white meat and more dark meat. in the clubhouse to charge a flat I

They propose a chunkier, plum pier bird so that less weight rate for the rental of the clubhouse I

will be taken by a large, rangy frame They want heavier, to all groups and organizations PIANOS JEWELRY MUSIC
meatier wings so that people will be as eager for the wings .
as they are for the drumsticks. lr9. B. J. Barwick presiding of-
\Ve regret that so far as we can discover nothing has been ficer, named Mrs. H. T. Williams J. W. R ASH LEYJEWELEn

contemplated regarding :1 shorter neck and the reduction in chairman of a committee to raise Belle Glade, Fla.
- size of the part at the other extermitr. And now that milk funds for needed repairs on the I

is coming in square bottles the better to utilize the space in clubhouse.Countl It was announced that :
a Federation meeting will GO TO CHURCH SUNDAYInsecticides
the refrigerator, perhaps we can logically look forward to be held at Belle Glade on Mar. 1. I
square eggs that can be stacked in geometrical precision, Local members planning to attend'I

Now that we have aromaless onions and pink grapefruit, must make reservations with Irs.

it's quite possible that square eggs may be next on the R. J. Schroder before Mar. 7. II,

agenda! of cien'e.-Pepplr and SnIt. On the program Mrs. C. A. McIntosh !
I and Mrs. Pat SchoeppeJ': I

Strawberry Festival been an annual event for the past I gave brief humorous talks. Mrs. I I
I C. S. Brown, Irs. Billy Rogers and ,
At Bowling Green twenty years except during the Mrs. J. E. Cochran Jr., were'
war years when directors thought guests i &

BOWLING GREEN--The first it would be inappropriate to sched- Luncheon arrangements were :
postwar Hardee County Straw- ule a festival. Manager Albritton under the direction of frs. R. F.I'I
berry Festival will be held in 'promises display booths exhibitions Hurt assisted by Mrs. Vinson : Spray Materials
Bowling Green the week of March I carnival attractions and sensational Henderson. The group voted to I I
(.9, J. A. Albritton General.Manager acts which will make this conduct another luncheon meeting
announced last week. the best Festival ever held in this on Feb. 26. I
The Strawberry Festival hu I section of F1orida. --..- -- FERTILIZERS

G. A. Andrews Is a business
--- -- ---- visitor in Plant City this week.


Pahokee-Belle Glade Road north of Section 20 VILLE STREET, NEWNAN, GEORGIA: I II
You are hereby nqurf to appear In
Store and south of J. 'Yaddell's home This the above Court on the 4th day of I 50 per cent or 100 per cent
Much. A. D. 19-18. same being the Rule i II
; property is 235 feet deep Day of laid month. at the Court House I
In West Palm Beach, Palm Beach I
County, Florida to answer to the BUll
of Complaint for divorce filed against I il CUT WORM BAIT
$12 F.'Ollt Foot yoU In the above entitled cause and ,
The Everglades News, a wspaptr regularly i
Flonda.published Is herebY In Palm designated Beach as County. the- Ii FOR I1A\n OR AIRPLANE DISTRIBUTION
be publ1shf'C once each 't't'k for four ''IIi I
ron. uUve weekly t'sues. I
TERMS: % C\5h. Long terms on balance DONE AND ORDERED at West' Palm I Ii IiI
Beach. Pam Beach County.
i. 10 pet. discount for all cash this 28th day of January A D.Flonda'j,
I JAin Arnttte, Clerk of Cir I; 'VE GUARANTEE TilE QUALITY Of OUR
Cult Court Palm Beech County ; i I
f Circuit Florida Court Seal rBy ::1 MATERIALS AND THE PERCENTAGES

Tbaddle P. Plant. I II
SEE Y\\'OOD BAXTER at Section 20 Tbadd'hlddeD Deputy Clnk.Attorney for i! OF MIXTURE AS REI'RESENTEDi

Store for details in P1alnt1ff. Pahokee Florida
or see me
Pub Feb I. 8 U and 22. i946. I
The City of Pahokee will receive bleb ,
up until 9 p m. on the 26th day of f
I February. 1946 for one IJ ton pick-Up' :
truck Price is to cover delivery of
i M. P. Holman Inc.
II II 1I 1i I truck to the water department of the
J. q.llelll'Y equipped city tn Pahokee t'or further Truck shall IptCllrat1cns'be fuly ,

I i see.city clerk at city taU In Plhokee.Fa. I

The City mf'"PS the right to reject I
I PAUOKEE, FLA. any and an bid. I PHONE .1631 AIIOKEE, FLA.
Dated this lit d'sy of Februur. 946. ,
I City of Pabokl'f. Patok.... na.W. i
PW&lker.. City Clerk. j
---- Pub. Feb. I. a. u. 22. 1946, I


Friday, February 15, 1H6! The Everglades hews Canal Point, Florida Page Three
units antiaircraft guns jeeps,I I especially the luncheon served by i I 1-
I.tanks tank salvage units and \the seniors and gifts of vegetables I
Life On The Campus ;many other interesting things. We I II 1\for the vi.sitors. . _ _
j I met at the busses which in the I --- (LAVE YOU TRIED
meantime had found space to park CHURCIII
I I about five blocks from the main I Capacity congregations atttended -
Our trip to the Fair .t Tampa: I I gate. We then took a bus to Mac- the services conduct last ASTERN AUTO ?
We left Pahokee about 1:15, went ,Dill Field, where we had to wait .Sunday by the First Baptist
through Okeechobee Lake Wales,1'until 1:30 P. M. to cut the army i Church of Pahokee. The pastor
Ybor City and into Tampa. We ar- red tape and check out bedding. i Rev C. A. Moberg's series of sermons -
rived in Tampa about 1:30. The Fmally we got to bed about 2 A. on "The Sermon on the Mount"
Busses were parked near a service M. Sunday. We got up about 1 and 'The Baptist Articles of That's a question you hear on every side these days

station about eight blocks Sunday and ate breakfast in the When an item is hard to find-someone will

L''om the gate. Since we were army mess hall. Waiting until-I naturally say: Have You Tried Western Auto!'
members at the F. F. A.. we were nearly 11 A. M. for the busses one attendance is a criterion This
admitted at a side gate free of of which had had a flat tire we I Sunday morning at eleven Matt.
charge. on going through the left for home, coming through 15:27-32. involving the matter of divorce So, the next time you are stumped on where to find a

gate we saw one of the busiest Wauchula (where we ate lunch) ; a difficult subject to be much-needed article, profit by the above ques- I.
places ever seen. The grounds I Arcadia, Okeechobee, and Canal I'sure. especially in view ot present tion and then try Western Auto. It is an even
covered some sixty acres. Point. The busses arrived in Pa- trends, will be considered. At
bet that find what want here. I
A freak show midget show, and hokee at 4:30 P. 11.. where every- night 1:30. the 6th Article of you'll you I
the fat woman occupied the center .one disembarked, happy and tired.I :Faith "The Freeness of Salvation"
of the wed side of the midway I I' will be preached. The 'Illuminated -o--
Octopus moon rocket electric I The Seniors have received notice Cross Meditation Sing' will be
cars merry.go-round. fer r 1 s that their invitation cards for presented. The usual unusual pro- .
wheels, midget airplanes, concessions graduation are bere.I gram of music by the large chorus Western Auto Associate Store
etc., occupied the center of choir orchestra and quartets will
the midway and other devices I There was a meeting of class 'be rendered .. It M. LAIR, Owner AHOKEE, FLA.
filled the east lde. Exhibition room teachers in Belle Glade last -

buildings and. grandstands took up Saturday. Those attended the South Bay Sundry
the north and south sides. In meeting and luncheon from Paho-
the exhibition buildings were agricultural kee High Schoel were: Miss Mary : Store Changes Hands

exhibits future automobiles SoBek, Miss Barbara McNamara I PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERS
home appliances, wild life Mrs W.. M. DuBose Mrs. Robert F. W. Williams of Bainbridge,
and army equipment, (American Douthit Mr9. Phara Mock, Mrs. I Ga., has purchased the South Bay
and German). Among the cap- Thomas, Mrs. Francis Harlow, ,Sundry Store from J. W. Strick-
tured German equipment was Her- Robert Lampi and Carmen Salvatore : land and assumed full operation.
man Goering's private car-one in Those attending the meeting : :Mr. Williams is a registered
which he surrendered : praised enthusiastically the hospi- pharmacist and is arranging a pre- A. Servant of the Glades
The American army had radar tality offered by Belle Glade scription service.

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in days to come . on business trips . on little senti"ental+
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journeys to familiar scenes end to discover some new frontier. Florida with sulphur A
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Page Four The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, February 15, 1946I

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Stewart Has No f term as county legislator During [Citizens Ask Aid
the coming term he will also serve
Opposition In Hendry as speaker pro tem of the House
cf Representatives. I
of City Of Pahokee
The possibility ot opposition to I --it.----

Rep. Dbrrt 1. Stewart for re-election : T .ottie Moon Circle

as Umdry County's representative I Met Monday P. M. For Nursery 1Toi.JLocal \ { I

to the 19H ses. ion of the'State
Lesature! failed to materialize -

and the deadline for qualifying The Lottie Moon Circle, First citizens appeared before
the Pahokee City Council at the
last Friday passed with- I Baptist \CMU, conducted a royal
regular meeting Tuesday night to
out any conte st. I service at the church
program request aa istance from the city
This gives Mr. Stewart the Monday afternoon. The program for the continued operation of the I Iii1iii
Democratic ncmination as repre- :
sentative which in Florida, is the I was presented by Irs. Albert Pahokee Day Nursery. Inasmuch i1L-

equivalent of election to his eighth Snyder, assisted by Mrs. J. C. as federal funds for the nursery = i

Mock, rrs. E. E. Coleman, Mrs.L. have been discontinued it has be1

NOTICE or ANXU.tL MEETISC OFLtMJOWNERS G. Alderman, Miss Elizabeth come necessary to find another ,

or P.tHOKEEDR.I.1GE Caraway and Mrs. L. M. Mullis. source of support. Mrs. Lily Register :

Notice Is hereby given DISTRICT that pursuant Mrs Margaret Thompson led the nursery manager, and parents -
to call ot the Board ot Supervisors ot devotionals. It was announced who send their children of
Pahokee Drainage 'District. the annual
meeting ot the landowners ot Pahokee that the group will meet at the pre-school age to the nursery I

Drainage District for the year 1946 will home of Mrs. J. C. Mock for a mis- while at work, told the council of i
be held at the office of said District
the need of the and the I
Canal sion Monday afternoon at nursery
In the Post Office BuildIng at study
Point Palm Beach County Florida on 3:30. All women of the church importance of its continuation. As I II
Thursday February 28. 1946. at 2:30 '
for the invited to attend. a temporary measure the council
o'Clock In the afternoon purposes are
ot: .._ I voted $125 to keep the nursery in \\3

1. Electing a Supervisor operation for another month at the B ",55
and takIng ARTY
2. Receiving annual reports BINGO .
such action with respect thereto The BPW Club ot Pahokee \\illl end of which time the matter will BAKED\ two small: ones.\rY =_
as the landowners may determine; and I or
3. Transacting such other business as hold an invitational supper and I again be brought up for consideration -\b. fish Bass bllets.Tbeu -
come before the meeting. Select oneatet Black in !four.
may coveriresb'v
BOARD OP SUPERVISORS OF bingo party next Tuesday night, i tOn duct
PAHOKEE DRAINAGE DISTRICT Feb. 16, at 7:30 o'clock in the i An ordinance was passed reqUire Basl of salt pepp cr'di h >?: of r

By: R. Y. Patterson President.I I Woman's Club Building j i iI ing taxicabs operating within the thorouBblY; baking S4ueeaY hsluiC -
Pub: Feb. 8, 15. 1946. 0butter. : pour
iI I limits to be i and
city adequately coyI -
I place nail pieces eftuit cel
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, damage insurance. tvco ftesb ns eete ;tink\e Ben tens seduce t: o nger.cIonne .
'If II If II If '1f\lIIH If"If""y "y I ,
A plat of a new proposed subdivision : ver oxen fat n ing U11nute. wrath
I I \owW.o tie b klnl\ter. g1tn1SlseIVe
in the Southeast section I II f> \50 con : .
150/0 DISCOUNT TO ALL I I 1'\a.ce ln3W" and large and t.oU1a.to.tute
I of Pahokee filed by Mrs. B. Elliott : e n }. 5.

EX-SERVICE MEN and known as the Velva Elliott ", hell 0 f hcrdboiledous B JAtle! Selves' "alter: C.. _

I Addition was approved by the slices ice.co\ll. $5.po to t-irs. Jack

We handle fine clothes for men and women-manufact-: council. vcttu JAX,7: mailed BoOn pat: lids delightful -

ured Herbert's. tailored to and ---... -- teglonal '
by They are measure sure pteston, r\o;ida e a u\ your 00
S shed
to please. We specialize in Ladies' tailoring Lt. Everett Busby of Hrook- sonvllte: reci\1e: pub\ : ecive T
regional 1se.
haven, Miss., visited his uncle and sUggesUo Address vi\\e,

AL BELCHER : aunt, Rev. and Mrs T. A. Ferguson will be 1>Jfotilla. aid A"J.for>>reng ltS.u C0', JacksaEJitor

in Pahokee over the weekend.He ,
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has been in the service four
BOX 876
I years and spent three years overseas -

I I Lnv.' r in ETO. He i.s now stationed I
at an army hospital in' Coral i iI

Cables.Mr .
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I -- - and Mrs George. Ramey'
I : have as guests Mr. Ramey's broth-

er-in-Iaw and sister, Mr. and Mrs. !

; i "6 One.Bedroom Houses E. L. Wallace and children. Keith I

and Nancy Ruth, of Ames, Iowa,

and Mrs. Ramey's nephew and I : :.;

wife, Mr. nad Mrs. B. W. Miller of : _
j For Sale I IGranby
Conn and Mr. and Mrs i rr

L. B. Miller at Simsbury, Conn. r
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To Be Moved From Property ADVERTISEMENT FOrt BIDS
: Ems r 2 r.
Please be advised that sealed proposals '
Houses Furnished sill be received by the Board
of Supervisors of Brown Drainage District I
I at the office of the South Florida =
I Conservancy District Belle Glade Flor-
jida, at 3:00: P. U on Monday, tebruary i ffitEros
O. R. BLEECH 18. 19-16 for: i,,
1. Excavation at approximately 300I ,- y
I 000 cu yds. of peat material within
Pahokee I Brow Drainage District Incident to
the construction of lateral canals, _
laterals. field ditches and levees. I do

2 and To, perform other Incidental Beefl _
--- a 0 r It Including clearing, core I
I- __ ____ __ ___ __ ___ ditching and cleaning existing

- I all ditches In accordance with plans and speC1ticaUons I I GIaS50
to be supplied to all prospeetive I I ood
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; I bidders upon request made to the i in
I Chief Engineer. Brown Drainage District ether of
I : I Box 1862. West Palm Beach Flor- I ar tog prom ise
s a
ida.All Here esthere includes
writ to be Instructed by 'Ork- y _
units involving excavation ranging and tine beer. hen the menu Saate' -
DogRacingWORLD'S from approximately 16.000 cuu rdi: to nt w .
approXimately 35.500 cu. yds. and real enioym % favorites along
schedules of time for completion ranging r9 iona eer
from 30 to 60 clays, "pproxlmately two J '
35 percent of work to be completed by these sparkling delicious =
FASTEST April IS, 19-16, 80 percent to be completed tantalltln9steamr platter o bit o f fith
I by June 15 1946, and the total ing every
completed by August 15. 19-18. a out
i GREYHOUNDS I Said proposals to be opened at a to br in 9
special meeting of the Board of Super- waked Bass
I visors to be held at the offices of the tru i Y
South Florida Conservancy District av0t' rrsomethin9
IN ACTION NIGHTLY : Belle Olade, Florida, at 3 00 P. M. on the to riendshHNIp
Monday February 18, 1948. yourself k of f
The Board of Supervisors reserves the prln need
: (except Sundays) I right to accept the proposal of the A sic for the hat you
lowest responsible bidder or to reject brew t ,
I any or all proposals: to waive any Informalities to
i In any proposal: and to great ra ItneYer
read\'ertL"l' for other or further b1ds. premium erals or enjoy
Daily Double 2nd and 3rd BROWN DR.\INAOE DISTRICT with Your better beer, norselF
races By W. Turner Wallis buy
H ave t
Chief Engineer you can
Nine quiniela races NOTICE OF APPLIC.tTI01- b you pay'
I FOR TAX UtfU aN fat
I (House Bill No. 166:1)
I NOTICE 15 hereby given that Mayme I
L. Phifer the holder of the following .
certificates has tiled laid certificates !
I for a tax deed to be issued therron. !
No minors admitted i The certificate numbers and ytlll of yJAX t.y _
II I issuance the description of the property ,, I DU (1.(?1'y ==
I and the names In which It was !1 -ii ir rr1lrrr Inr =
aaesEed I .
are as follows' Certificate No -
I I 10331. Year of Issuance June 30 .... D _...... .__ __ _____ It IIIYltCt. ;::::::::
1m. Description of Property'

All raring understate racing Worth Lot II Block as In Pat 116 Book Town 2 of Pages Lake 29 : BREWING COMPANY

commission supervision as-Certificate No 10332, Tear of Issuance I i Jacksonville Fla
June 30 A. D. 1m. DescriptIOn of Iproperty' ,

Lot 7 Block 174 Town of Lake Worth
I as In Plat Book 2 Pages 29 to 40 I
inclusive Name In which assessed: I

I PALM BEACH All Unknown acid property being 1n the County I: DISTRIBUTED BY
of Palm Beach. State of Florida.L'nleaa j
auch certificate or certificates
shall be redeemed according tD li' the I
; KENNEL CLUB property described In such certlfieaWi
i or mt1lcatt't will be sold to the iiighrat Shelley Connell
I II bidder at the Court Hoge door on .
I Oppo'lte' MorrIMm FIrM I the tint )U"nda in the month or
April 1946 which 15 tU lit car of
I On Iltlndt'J't'I Rout April, 1945Dated
this 2nd of 1916.J. .
day February
" I'e t Palm Brach CLADS FLA.
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I (eSt.\) the Circuit Court of Palm
Peach Countr. FtoridsPub.
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Friday, February 15, 1946 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Page Five

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Business Circle period was conducted by Mrs O. endeavor of the group. An addi- :

O. Gilbert, chairman of the Circle, :tional $20 was presented to 1Irs.
Viet Tuesday Eve I II
based on Psalm 80U-19: and c. A. Moberg for the Platform

I Isaiah 6015. The program, "Signs Furniture Fund of the new build- I
One of the mast inspiring meet- ''of Spiritual Awakening" was pre- ing, bringing the total to Sit.50. Sixth Baptist Article Of Faith
ings of The Business Woman's sented by the Mesdames H. 1. 'This represents the gifts of the
Circle of the W. M. U. of the First Speer, Pat Schoeppel, R. S. Iouth- %V. M. U. in its entirel .. Follow-
Baptist Church, Pahokee, was conducted it, C. L. Shirley and H. S. Barnes, : ing the program, Mesdames Sam "Freeness Of Salvation"
on Tuesday night at the leader.An I IcKinstry, Sr., W. A. Keen and .
home of the pastor with lrs. C. A. offering of $25.65 was re- G. C. Tate were recognized as the
.Moberg, hostess. The devotional ceived for the general missionary special guests of the evening by.

Mrs. Pat Schoeppel, chairman of
hospitality. Corsages of sweet i
peas were presented. I I

In keeping with the atmosphere : "\Ve believe that the blessings of salvation are
a PAHOI\EE\ DISTRICT FAIR of Valentine, refreshments of ice'
cream and strawberries, cookies made free to all by the gospel; that it is the imme-
and coca colas to the accompaniment I
of a Valentine box of candy'', diate duty of all to accept them by a cordial, peni-

OPENS TJlUnSDAY, FElmUAny IHJlUU'I: were served to the following: Mesdames ,
0 .i W. Tillis, W. R. Kaufman, tent md obedient faith; and that nothing prevents

W. A. Keen, W. M. DuBose, R. S. i
the salvation of the greatest sinner earth but
ONTHEMIDWAY I Douthit, Seth Roberts, H. L. Speer, on ,

H. S. Barnes, R. E. Adams, his own inherent depravity and voluntary rejec-
G. F. Kincaid C. L. Shir-
a Florida Amusement Company ley. C. B. Starling, L. W. Connell, tion of the gospel; which rejection involves him in
I E. Jones, M. Brantley, G. C. Tate,
I"IJ shows RIDES CONCESSIONS O. O. Gilbert, T. W. Knight, R. L. an aggravated condemnation"

I Parker. O. Bee, Sam McKinstry,
I! FREE ACTS- FIREWORKS EACH SITEChildren's IiiJ Sr., W. Acree, Pat Schoeppel, 1V.H .

o II I Kemp, D. W. Young, C. A. Mo- Paid Advertisement of the
D berg and Miss 1. Langford Vera
Day-Friday, February 14 : Keen, Bobby and Buddy Mo- First Baptist Church, Pahokee, Fla.
berg assisted in the serving. This
constituted attendance of 30,
: Thursday, Feb 21, all School Children a I the best in an the history of this

: Admitted Free To Grounds ---

a I Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Gundlach I II I ,.
Rides Half Price I and daughter nad Mr and Mrs. I I

pa I Billy Willingham have returned to : ; ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO
I JacksovilJe after a \isitth
mlI Mrs. Gundlach's brother-in-law : We wish to thank our many friends In the Glades for the

.. .. I I and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond ; business which they have given us in the past and for their I
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Caruthers in Pahokee. : I understanding and helpful attitude toward us during the I
---- I ,. ", years while we were mainly engaged in the preparation and :
I Mr. and Mrs. Pete Chiviges have maintenance of Airfields for the Army and Navy. !

as a guest J. Zerilli of Detroit, Once again we are able to resume peacetime operations and !
Ilolllogellizetl' i. 3iich offer you the same efficient and courteous service which it
has been our endeavor to render in the past. The service we :
-TIIE CIRCUIT COl'RT. ISSD offer is complete, from landscape designing to a finished i
: i iI I FLORIDA planting job. Our Nurseries are stocked with a wealth of I
I CII.\. CERY so. zml lovely trees, shrubs, vines, potted plants etc awaiting your
Vitulnill D 1ii1kD I EDMUND Plaintiff D. THmI.a.s, selection. l

I -\5- : We invite you to stop in and visit us at any time and will j
I I ARLEEN H.Dt'ff'ndant.THOMAS. .: appreciate your continued business, ;
I LAND BOULEVARD, HOLLYWOOD, XCH.sEltn: 1100 Southern Boulevard (Route No. :5: at
You are hereby required to appear City Limits), West Palm Beach, Florida
I in the above Court on the 18th day oti
: GROCERY STORE i March A. D. 1946. at the Court House
11n West Palm Beach, Palm Beach
I : ,County. Florida to Answer to the Bit -
ot Complaint for Divorce me against
, i : ()- you In the above entitled cause andEVERGLADES I __ _ __ _
I i I, published NEWS In Palm a newspaper Beach County.regularly I __ __
Florida is hereby designated a.'I the
I : newspaper In which this order shall be !
LFA published once weekly each issues week. for fourconsecutive BERRY FUNERAL llOIE ,
I Bt'ach. Palm Beach County. Florida
this 13th day of February. A. D. 19-t6.
J ALEX ARSETrE. Clerk of Ambulance Service
i i iI the Circuit Court Palm Beach
County Florida .1
I I CIrcuit Court Seal
Phone 20 Belle Glade, Fla Clert.Dy Thaddle P. Plant, Deputy Pahokee Ph 2301 Belle Glade Ph 2,17

Thadd Whtddt'n I
I Attorney Pahokee for florida PlaIntiff
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Prince TheatreP



HIALEAHSaturday Sunday-Monday


February 23 Dorothy L3mour, Arturo Cordova \


Pe4turiKgThe .

Running oJ ., Scott, Betty Field



George Sanders, Ella Haines

For late 01

"The Ian Who Walked .Alone"

1, Kay Aldrich, Dave O'Brien

f.a'1'tiree.Year-OIds . One M1e ana a Furor{ >g -ALSO -

Yvonne De Carlos: David Bruce
'Parade of the Flamingos I Ii

I Saturday
n J.IH. 0/ Hi.JIJl soo Pll p .
\. ctlIWJiag I "BOHnEIl TO\VN THAlL"

.. Smiley Burnette, Sunset Carson

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Page Sit The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida
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Florida State Fair I Palomino horses and thoroughbred
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Cinematic Chatter
Draws Big Crowds I hogs. ,; i, II IH I
By Malcolm Millar I Friday will be Hillsborough I

TAMPA The Florida State I County Day and Livestock Day. : !

Lovely Dorothy Lamour lends Fair, continuing to shatter national ', While the spectacular Auto Races I EXPERT
her charm and beauty to a very scheduled for closing day, Saturday -
attendance records for state ex-
entertaining story, which will be is expected to draw the largest ALTERING
positions, swings into the last lap i
crowds yet to attend the Fair. !I ,
screened at the Prince Theatre this
of its ll-day run with closing day, I Because of the tremendous
coming Sunday-Monday, assisted I
by a very personable leading man, Saturday, designated as Auto ; crowds who were disappointed last ; AND ;
Arturo Cordova. Races Day I Saturday at their inability to get I, I
Proof of the record-breaking at- seats for the races, Manager Strei- I /
The picture is "A Medal For tendance during the first week was der announces that he has scheduled -
Benny" and it tells the story of a an extra and will be DYEING
provided by a spokesman of the races !H I 1
war hero, awarded the Congres- Royal American Shows, when he,featured both Friday and Saturday -
t tWe ti
sional Medal of Honor and how .
stated that gross revenue from the 15th and 16th and reserv-
this award affected the towns- midway attractions during the ed seats can be purchased in advance -
people, especially hb girl friend, first four days of the Fair exceeded i I to avoid delay and disap- i; I
who happens to be Dorothy The, I .
the best previous marks for a i i I pointment.Mr
picture has a novel story, it 13 well:. full 11-day run at the state ex- : .... I! I are prepared to render you an excellent service I
supplied with romance, humorous position. I i and Mrs. G. M. Pool had as '
situations and action, I don't along his line. The next time you need an
so i 'I'
Thursday will be Navy, Marine guests the past week their .son.in-
see why it shouldn't prove just the law and Mr, and Mrs. !
Corps and Coast Guard Day and daughter, i altering or dyeing job-let us serve yOU
'sort of show you will enjoy. I twenty-eight Navy planes will roar Ike Jacobs of Everglades City, : : Ii I
Tuesday Wednesday Zachary across the infield in front of the their nephew, W. R. Pool, of Macon I i
Scott and Betty Field do a very grandstand at 2 o'clock for a 30- Ga., Mrs. L. A. Kerr of Tam-I I
nice story by George Sessions minute demonstration of aerial pa, Mrs. W. M. MaUer of Miami I
Perry, (which was issued in novel i maneuvers. The same show \\111 and Mrs T, F. Barry of Richmond, H! COW ART
from under the title 'IHold Autum be given again on Saturday after- Va. I
in your hand), but comes to the noon. i I I
screen under the title "The South- I ,
The and exhibits
erner". It is a rural story and has continue to draw the most spectators USE
a few very thrilling moments dur-I$ of any exhibits on the 666
ing its unreeling. I think YOU'll PAIIOKEE
grounds The Poultry Show offers I -
like it.George. I Ii
the finest showing of birds ever I i
Sanders, wit h Ella seen anywhere in Florida. And the Cold Preparations ; iI I
flames for his leading lady, is on Livestock Building is filled with Liquid, Tablets, Salve, Nose Drops I i I
this same bill doing a story under dairy and beef cattle, beautiful Caution Use Only As Directed I
the title "Uncle narry". The story'is
novel enough, and with these -- --- -- -
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two well known, liked and talented -
stars there isn't any reason
why this should not be a show
that all can enjoy. a an c.

For the Thursday-Friday screen-

'The ing we Man find who the first Walked picture Alone"up is, I ( (. ., j FlORIDA'S NATURAL RESOURCES SAY

which stars Kay Aldrich and Dave
O' rien. This one tells one of the
strangest tales ever brought to h "YES" TO INDUSTRY ON THE MOVE!

the SCf<'Cn. There is not a moment .
in the film that is not su- "' industrial
If \ Florida has the needed essentials
8pensful, and I'm sure you will get :
a great bang out of this show. l prosperity and its sdpply of raw materials offers

On the same program comes a I' of indus-
10 dazzling opportunities in many fields
very much talked of picture. Life l'
Magazine, Look and Sunday sup- trial development.
pliments ot America's leading ,J

newspapers carried story and pic- : S TONG OIL CAN BECOME
turfs of this very clever show. The
show is "Salome, Where She I = A HUGE INDUSTRY. .
Danced," and the stars are Yvonne h
Nearly two decades of experimentation
De Carlos and David B-roce. You
have shown the feasibility of tung oil
really should see it. t +
1 1 : production in Florida for numerous com-
order Town Trail" Is the Sat- -
urday show with Smiley Burnette mercial uses.FLORIDA.
J _
and Sunset Carson. It Is a well
actionated show with a new Western PINE I OFFERS

See star.you at the movies- Ial. I : TREMENDOUS OPPORTUNITIES
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1 1 Florida pine production has been along
----8C11)01 IIlLID.11'The established industry New uses for
school board of Palm Beach
and other industries
1 pine in plastics
county will close all cchools: in the \ _ _ S opens new fields for expansion
county April 4 and 5 to enable _ S
teachers to go to Tampa for the s
annual meeting of the Florida Ed- CITRUS'
ucation Association
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Mr and Mrs. Charles A, Baker -S Proved commercIally possIble during
Wt'dnesday for a visit with 4 t 1 the war, peace time makes possIble the
relatives in Lyons, Ga. marketing of dehydrated JUIces on a

r S$ world WIde basIs



Florida's Everglades can produce many

times the sugar cane now grown AI.I .
WORKRASCNAIFSSOME 'Industry bas already recognIZed In I'lorr' : ready Puerto Rican growers are esta1r
themselves there
PEOPI . . I, ida a happy combination of advantages which lisbing

IHEY CAN lTBINGDONEfORHOUkS w go into building a prosperous industrial FLORIDA I FIRST I Nem

\ P ire. Heir are to be found a ealthful ul climate > '',- PHOSPHATE PRODUCTION

which will increase human effICiency to a profit'p
percent or the United Slates phos-

1: 6.sl'5'J ableill degree; advanlaaeoDs. location on direct air' ut phate It'.odudlon comes from Flond

0 sea rail and highway transportation JOutesto Byproducts offer many opportunities

both domestic and foreign market eaSY access b.

I vast quantities of needed CORK OAK I IS GETTING

) materials an abundant I INDUSTRIAL ATTENTION

w f'raw expandmg supply of cheap This new industry is designed to make
the United States independent of foreign
power from a wide auPtJes and is Another example 01 the

i t interconnected SYS'mi'; many new industries possible: in Florida.

It's especially fascinating ( of hik of
large'reserves type
to watch work being done I S/ / a. r.J ",iJ o-Io .." .p $.... tI "", .do ,._ t (;gill C. 10& ".,..d .(.
f'r American workers and numer. ",. .., ..Jvtfrool po"u.., tl ...., tll'-nH'' ... M""" Cepoe. .
on the house or car . if w. I'." .., foaJ...., w .j' "Uf ...+ .., '., o.p.tt.
f oils. excellent f factory Sites. !I. .-,pwd.l..w,tgfr C..p.qa 2100........,1enJe
the cost i is taken car of by
No wonder Industry looks 0,

that policy you bought. j to florida au new Indos. 3 _f -

O. It BLEECHLXSCILtNCtr It.\1I0KEE : trialf ire! :. :. . FLORIDl( PO\VE\ "@. IGHT. COJIlilYf

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F'" "a 'Y 15, 1946 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Page Seven
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Phone Companies Methodist Women t

To Tell Of TheirShortcomings I Hold 'VSCS Meeting

j I At a meeting of the Pahokee I HALSEY & GRIFFITH, INC.

]Methodist Woman's Society of I
TALLAHASSEE-Eighteen telephone Christian Service at the church! 'Vest PaInt Beach
:Mr. and Mrs. George A. Mc- companies serving Florida::Monday afternoon two adults, five
Millan of Chosen announce the have been called on the carpet Feb. I:infants and one child were presented -
birth of a son at the Everglades WSCS life Tell Us Your Xeeds. \\'e Handle
2G by the Florida Railroad Corn i with memberships. :
Memorial Hospital on Thursday: mission to hear complaints from They were Irs. R. J. Schroder,
Feb. 7. the public about their war-time I Mrs. O. B. McClure, Betty Jo Phillips Underwood Typewriters
Mr. and Irs. Clifford Horn of sCI'\ice. The hearing will be in i Ken Boynton Beverly, Rich- Iarchant Calculators
Pahokee announce the birth of a the Court ard Charl Keen, John Bennett Sunstrand Machines
the Supreme Building open- Adding
Ann at
daughter Shirley
Cruthird, Elaine Adams and Dor-
ing at 10 a. m.
Everglades Memorial Hospital on Ediphone Voice Writing Equipment .
Adams. The presentation
In an order signed by Commis-
Monday Feb. 11. sioner Jerry W. Carter, the commission i was made in behalf of the society Mimeographs
Robert B. Simon-
Mr and lr8.
told the companies of ; by lrs. A. D. Beverly, program Filing Cabinets
son of Pahokee announce the birth
"many complaints" from all sections -: chainnan. Steel Desks S Tables
of a son, Roger Lynn at the Ever-
of Florida about service and Mrs. T. A. Ferguson, spiritual
glades Memorial Hospital on Wed- II Aluminum Chairs
equipment being "inadequate inefficient life chairman, introduced Mrs. O.
nesday,-Feb.- 13.-.- --- and insufficient". D. Carpenter who led the devotional Steel Safes
The order noted that "priorities program which had as its
BUSINESS COSFlItfSCE established by the War Produc- :theme, 'The Sin of Uselessness" \\"e suggest that you send us your order so that we may
BABSON PARK The nine-t tion Board and the Civil Production I Mrs. Vivian Caudill sang two vocal notify you as our stocks come in.

teenth annual session of the Flori-I Administration of the Federal -I solos, accompanied at the piano Expert repairing and overhauling all types and makes
da Business Conference will be I! Mrs. Dorothy Graham.
Government which have made by
of office machine3. Our repair department will be glad
held at Webber College in Babson
it impossible during the war
to give an estimate. All work guaranteed
Park on Feb. 20 and 21. Dr. Doug- to secure telephone materials, fa- VISIT IX P.IHOKEE you
las Haring will address the open- cilities and equipment will, in all! Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Clem of
Ing session Wednesday evening at probability, be removed within the:Montgomery, Ala., have been the WWWwwuwWuWWvWVWWWW
8:00 P. M. on 'The Future of Ja- I near future." This removal, said :1 guests of friends and relatives in
pan." The Thursday meetings will Commissioner Carter in his order, i Pahokee for several days. They
last from 9:30 A. J.L to 4:30 P. M. should make it possible for tele- are former residents and have I, I Ii
Luncheon will be served at the phone companies to replace the "many friends who will be happy !

college. worn and obsolete equipment they to know that they are getting' Canal Point fachine Works : J
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have been forced to use in their I along fine in their Montgomery i :
Mrs. H. T. Metcalf of Tampa is operations during the war. home. They have been gone from I
visiting her son-In-law and daughter 1.- Pahokee neraIy five years. I : ; Manufacturers Of !

Mr and Mrs. 1. J. Frasure, Jr. Charles Wilkinson, son of Mr. ; IRRIGATION AND DRAINAGE PUMPS
.... and Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson Sr., of Mrs. Pauline Bliss and niece, I i j
Mr. and Mrs. 1. L. Shirley had Pahokee was recently advanced Polly Lee McCrary, of Memphis! ,, ,: HYDRAULIC MOLE DRAINS :
as recent guests Mr and Mrs. from the rank of corporal to that Tenn., are spending two weeks i iI WEED CHOPPERS :
Vaughan Crawford at Red Bank, of sergeant in the Army. He is I here visiting Mrr and Mrs. I. J. I I I I II
N. J. now stationed at Boca Raton. i Frasure, Sr. H i
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For many years past we have been handling the : :

fine line of I ;
Now you an enioy.in your t4t..the smooth .PACKED gasoline you have ever used I

1Uf2in2 power that aviation gasoline gave ro wit I Glidden Paints And Varnishes !
Ask your Sinclair Dealer today for a tankful of
planet For fttll SAnclall Gasoline 1S POWU. ; ,
nAt Sincl1it"HoC" or 1lCU1 Sinchir Ethyl Gaso and those who have used them for both exterior !
fAtUD with loo.ocrA."tt eompottnus line See for )'oursclf how its q1Jicker.surtin. and interior purposes have found them mot sat- I :

Yes the same l00.0crA."tt componentS is were 2her-octane, PO\\'U.PACKID perforaunee isfactory. A home fixed up with GLIDDEN !

used in making the world's most powerful gaso. nukes em fairly fiy. PRODUCTS can sure be fitted up nifty and at- I

line for war planes are now blended intO new tractive. :, i
lookraSiarlairlorBSrkrProd cts-BataSers ca :
Sinclair.Gasoline for your cu. That's why we :

believe'Ou'U find new Sincl.ili Gasoline the mostSINIR More Cooking Ware :

I A long looked for shipment of aluminum and

porcelain cooking utensils have now been received
y and from this supply you may find the articles

you have long desired
Among other new stock arriving will be Picking

Baskets, G. E. Light 'llL5, all sizes, Twenty-Gal-
SoL lon Galvanized Buckets, Lanterns, Waste Paper
_..r'1fI. Baskets, Toilet and Kitchen Brushes.
\\'e are playing and will take future delivery
FROM SKYWIIY TO HIGHWAY orders for the famed line of Keh'inator Ranges
and Refrigerators and Pemt-o Hot Water heaters.JJETZNEIVS .


A. E. Kii'cliiiiaii.Aseiit


Belle Glade, Florida MAIN STREET IIELI.E: GI.ADE, FI.\

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Page Eight The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday February 15. 1946
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sea fishing off Palm Beach on SILVER JUBILEE ,
parade by state societies and civic NOTICE
.a...... r Monday. The top catch of the day clubs. Rivalry between them is : PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that
was a 40-pound amberjack which ST. the undersigned intends to register
PETERSBURG- is the keen, each for
vying grand prize. With the Clerk ot the Circuit Court In
gave Rev. Ferguson quite a bat- Silver Jubilee year of St. Peters- Winner of the 1942 parade was and for Palm Beach County Florida,
'I tle before it was landed. pursuant to Section 865.09 florida
I burg's gala event-The Festival of West Virginia. Massachusetts Statutes ot 19U, the fictitious name,
Mr. and Mrs. Stanton Chastain took second place. to-wit:

(Mrs. G. B. Ramey Phone 2082) and daughter, Dorothy, spent the States scheduled this year April.I . i P.\HOKEE DUSTING SERVICE
week end in Miami with Mrs.I 1to6. under which I am engaged In business
Geometry, algebra, and analysisare
In Pahokee Palm Beach Cunty Florida
Mrs. Frances Marshall is a pa- Chastain's mother Mrs. Connally Since its inception the Festival the three principal branches of! Signed: OllUe C. Gabaldon
tinet at Good Samaritan Hospital, While in Miami they attended the has provided a week of fun and mathema tics. I Pub. Feb. 1, 8. 15. 22. 1946.
West Palm Beach where she un- wedding of Miss Doris Jordan and frolic for young and old in St.

derwent an operation on Tuesday. Claude Jones which took place at Petersburg.
Paul Jordon and son. Dale of .the home of Rev and Mrs. S. B. Already word is coming in of
Avon Park were visitors in Paho- Jordan in Hialeah.C. spectacular floats under prepara-
kee last week. G. Coburn is confined to his tion for entry in the mammoth If Yon Have Cattle To Sell

Mrs. Nora Tomlin ot Laverne home at Port Mayaca on account
Ala.. has arrived for a visit of sev- of illness. He is reported to be NOTICE Facilities
Need House
Lions Club ot or Slaughter
Pahokee Florida will
eral weeks with Mr. and Mrs. G. A.
much improved today. receive sealed Did> for its building and
Andrews.L. lot adjoining the Bank ot Pahokee 'I
Mr. and Mrs. 1. 1. Maxson and With ; ContactRANGELINE
frontage on S. E. First ot 28.95
Jr. and W.
M. Mullis J. Mul-
Kn Billie, were the week-end approximate average depth ot I
lis were business visitors in West 80 teet. All offers must be for cash and I
guests of friends and relatives in dispatched to reach the Secretary of'
Palm Beach Wednesday the Club not later FARMS
Princeton.Mr. than 'l:00: P. M.I
Mr. and .Irs. Leon Kistner and E. S. T. March 5. 1946 at the lions Club
and Mrs. Otto H. Coleman Building In Pahokee Florida at which I
children returned to their home in tune the Various bids WIll be considered -"
Star Route lOG Vest Palm Beach
Bridgeport Conn.. Wednesday aft- and family of Canal Point had as by the Board of Directors.
their guests over the week end, I The Directors ot the Club reserve the ,
er a visit with Mrs. Kistner's
par- right to reject any and all bids.
ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Anderson Lt. and Mrs D. D. Maag of Eau I'Pub: Feb. 15 22. Mar I, 19-16. i

in Pahokee Mrs. Kistner motored' Gallie Fla. Mrs. Coleman's mother .
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to Florida from Bridgeport last Mrs. S. Florence Sieglinger re- -
week and spent the weekend visiting turned to Eau Gallie with the Ii I '
here before returning.Mr. Mugs for a visit of a few days. i iI

and Mrs Lee Kimball of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Mullis and I : ,
Bryant Fla.. entertained recently I'I daughter, Carolyn Ann, spent the ;I Money Savers at Pahokee Fish Market !

at a dinner honoring Mr. Kimball's weekend in Mayo, F1a.. Mrs. Mulj i

father, B. A. Kimball, on his 89th lis's mother, Mrs. T. Wetherington, I & I II
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birthday anniversary Guests were accompanied them returning to I U\'E I
Mr. and Mrs Sam and child- her home in Mayo after a visit of HENS 45c Lb.
Berry I OYSTERS ........ WEIGIIT ...... '.". I
ren of Belle Glade, Mr. and Mrs. 9 i several weeks in Pahokee. : : i
B. Cowart Mr and Mrs. Louis '
1 && && DRESSED
Cowart, E. C. Cowart Mr 90c pt. HEN S 55c. Lb.
and .
I i NOTICE OF .\ DEEDTIOFOR .. . ... 11EIGHT ......... i I II
Mrs. B. F. Kimball of Turlock, TAX i
Calif., Doris and Rufus Kimball (Senate Bill No. 163) I '
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Lillian and Zona Gale Kimball.I I At R. Hall holder of Tax Certificate '
Mrs. Carrie B. No. 4460, tssuc1 the 2nll day ot July Fresh Fish mLLET 20c Lb : I
Geiger spent the A. D. 1928, has filed in office Daily - -
same my ................
weekend in Fort Lauderdale visit- and has made application for tax deed
to be Issued thereon Said certificate
ing her and "
son d3ughter-in-law,
embraces the following described property -
Mr. and Mrs B. A. Geiger. in the County ot Palm Beach Llt'E FltlS1lltD

State ot Florida to-w1t: FRYERS .. .... 11'EIGHT ......... 45c Lb.
1fr. and Mrs H. J. Anderson, N'4 ot SE{. ot NE!. ot N\VV. St'CI I

Mr and Mrs. Leon Kistner and 43 tlon East 8, Township 3 acres. 42 South, Range t lHa SSIU: WEIGHT . . . . 5.jc Lh. EGG S 1
Rev. T. A. Ferguson went deep- The assessment ot the said property

.. the under name the said ot Unkno'o\ll certificate issued was in Extra Fine 60c Il
60c dol.PAHOKEE
Unless said certificate shall be redeemed I Shrimp . '". i I
according to law the> property
Classified Ads scribed therein will be sold to the I .
: highest bidder at the court house door : I
on the first Monday In the month ot
April, 1946. which is the 1st day of FISH MARKET
FOR SAU:: Comer 5O-foot front April 1946. I

and 90 feet deep. A dandy spot Dated this 2ld. Alex day at Arnett February. Clerk 1916.J. ot. nrltl\x BROS., PROPS. B.1COM POINT R0.1U 1'.tllohF:, n.\
for your home on Canal in Canal (SEAL) the Circuit Court of Palm I I
Point. For Beach County, Florida. - -
information write - ---- -
Pub. Feb. 8. 15. 22. S March 1 &: 8. 19-16 I .' -= = 1'1 ___ 'J
Ralph Mock, 1202 Canal St.. Ft. I --

Myers Feb. 8ch .- __ _ __ __ __ __1

FOR SALE: Close in business Jot. .,:
Two small houses in rear. 3000. '

See Dan Carpenter, Pahokee, FJa.1 I LIKAHN'S
Jan. 23ch I

GREASE TRAPS arid septic tanks a kI'ahokee's
cleaned and repaired. See Bob
Largest Department Store
Douthit Pahokee, Fla l-ll-ch. '
FOR SALE: 13 lots in Northmoor

subdivision in Belle Glade, C. A. .

Bailey, Belle Glade. J18ch

FOR S.\LE: Farm land in four
and five acre tracts on hard oa

road. C. A. Bailey, Belle Glade I DD
Fla. JanISch oa

FOR SALE: 2500 Acres Muck I

fronting two miles on highway LADlE' SHOES
and West Palm Beach Canal I

Bounded on east by State Lateral

A, on west by State Lateral B, approximately .
eight miles east of ,
Canal Point. Priced below market. a
Full information write P. O. Box I FOR DRESS a FOR WORK FOR PLAY

363, MIami, or phone 2-6510.2.22-c

Bacom 1'ICKREN'S now open Point. about l'OULTIt'Road.two A miles thousand FARM down. aa 2 Price Groups Values From $2.98 to 55.95 !

to pick from. The best and cheapest pa

in town. You can whip my
cat but you can't beat my chickens I LOT NO I-t89PAIRS LOT NO. 2-317 PAIRS

J. It Pickren. Feb.l5pdF'OI1 m .
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SALE: Extra large registered
Ram. Dark chocolate, white I

markings, Fla.$40. 1. W. Thompson Itch, I I II'ahokt't' $ 00 $ 99P.

FOR S.\U:: Five burner oil stove, I .

Florence, good condition. Lewis I airS

Thompson, Pahoket", Fla. Itch I

.'OUlU;: 30 barrel galvanized I

tank on 12 toot tower. Complete I

for $ O. See J. Q. Henry. Paho- I ; COLOnsSTYLES- lIATEIUALSHEELS-
kee. itCh.
It\UlO RtI'\IU: AU makes excellent 1 .

workman hip. We will TAX! BEIGE! 1'UMl'S! PIGSKINS! I.O\\!
please }'ou. Culbreth Repair Shop I I
at Mrs. lIewtU's In CAnAl Point on I WIXE! ICED! TIES! IMIT.I'41TENTS .11EDIU11!

Lake Front Road. ISpda .
.'tRI":: A four room t
. close In. Can give bouse"1 nnow'IUTE -

posseslon. $3.o. Some terms,

kee Phone F1s.2311. Dan Carpenter St F Paho-15cl1 I GOOD RANGE OF SIZES-BVT NOT EVERY SIZE IN EVERY STYLE

FOR SALE: Valencia Oranges I
Phone :t32. PahOkH. 2.15P2tat
Ihrdlu shrdlu s1rlu d cmtw .

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Free Acts Fireworks Each Nite o

I Display of Fancy Everglades Vegetables

February 14 Thru 23




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