Title: Everglades News
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079910/00427
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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 22, 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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Bibliographic ID: UF00079910
Volume ID: VID00427
Source Institution: University of Florida
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-, Co.1945 112,09-1 Population Census Beach THE EVERGLADES NE\,, I. ,, \ "y'l_The n Distin Imd b'n Prefers ly fished "I

Volume 22No. 49 Canal Point, Palm Beach County, Florida, Friday, February 22, 19-16 $2.00 Per Year

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:Scouts Bear Down National Meet Of B. Elliott OpposesState's Pahokee Band Will

RECENT Vegetable Group Plan To

OPERATIONS iOn Law Violators In Palm Beach 1947 Grow Ramie In Glades Give Concert At

I The annual convention of the Recent release of information 3:30 P. I. Feb. 24
Members of Pahokee Boy Scout I :
By Paul F.ardin I National Fresh Fruit and Vegetable from Tallahassee to the effect that

:Troop 23 celebrated Boy Scout Distributors will be held in the State of Florida plans to plant

:Week in a big way by laying down Palm Beach Jan. 13, U, 15, 16, an additional 1500 acres of ramie The 4t-piece Pahokee IIi g h

I was informed by one of the i the law to local residents when 19-11, according to an announce- in the Lake Region has brought a School Band, under the direction of

"Pahokee policemen t hat the they were given the run of the city ment made this week by Roy Se- storm of protest from the farmers I Bandmaster Robert 0 Lamps, will

initials P. P. D. on their shoulder on Wednesday of last week. gree, president of the Everglades in this area. They are of the opin- give its second free concert of the

patches had nothing to do with !! No sooner had they pinned on branch. 31r. Segree and members ion that ramie growing and its, winter and spring series in the

the power company or its man- the badges and donned their over- of the local organization are deeply profits-if there are any-should I high school auditorium on Sunday,

ager. It was pointed out to me'''sized caps as acting city officials gratified that their efforts have go to the farmers who have Feb. 2t, at 3:30 p. m.

that the initials stand for Paha- than they became a bunch of eager culminated in success and that di- pioneered this area instead of be- Featured on the program will be

kee Police Department. Why did- beavers in search of violators of rectors and officials of the national ing gobbled up by the State. Com- Buchtel's "Crusaders Overture,"

n't I think of that? I city ordinances. Sharp eyes cal- : organization have decided to petition of the State in the farm-I which is a required number for

I culated the speed of motorists, ; hold next )'ear's annual convention ing business has hit a sour note in Class C bands to be played at the

Uncle Sam's red, white and blue i kept watch over parking markers in Florida. The Palm Beach Bilt- the rich Everglades section of music festival and contest for

banner waves daily over the Stand- and investigated sanitary condi- more will be official convention Palm Beach county and reverbera- I school bands at 81. Petersburg in

ard Oil plant in Canal Point. The I tions of business houses. By even- headquarters, Mr. Segree said. It tions are sure to come in the not i April. Also featured will be a

genial Manning Keen is respon- ing Scout Jack Chivigc acting is expected that between 1,000 too distant future. I trombone solo by Ray Hawk and

sible. I believe I'm right when I I police chief, and his deputies had and 1,500 members of the organi- State Representative B. Elliott two clarinet duets by Eddie

say it is the only regularly flown bagged some 40 law violators, in- zation will be in attendance. of Pahokee has been accosted by Hodges and Milton Carpenter

American flag in Canal Point. cluding the mayor who was charged . many farmers who are anxious to The complete program is as fol-
i with speeding and a couple of find out just why the State is be- lows:

There has been a black pepper cops, one charged with illegal coming so interested in entering I Band
Funeral Held For
shortage-or had you heard? I parking and another with having I the farming business in competition Hosts of Freedom March King

was amused yesterday morning gambling devices on his poses- to the farmers who pay the Dublin Holiday Overture, Buchtel

when the restaurant proprietor sion.At i lrs. Julia Banedt taxes to operate the State. Mr. I I Liberty Bell March Sousa

slid a box of something out in' the municipal court with Elliott issued the following statement i I Trombone Solo, Ray Hawk

front of me with the following I Scout John T. Pickett, Jr., acting : "I am unalterably opposed Stupendo Brahmstedt

on the label: "Imitation Black : mayor, seated as judge, all but I lIrs. Julia Roell Banedt, 66, died to the State entering into the I nand

Pepper. Contains soya, parts at' two of theto estreated their ,Tuesday morning, Feb. 19, at the farming business or any other business His Honor March Fillmore

wheat, capsicum, grains of para-I bonds The two who elected to i I home of her brother, Gus Roell, in that furnishes direct compe- Circus Parade ,... . .. Yoder

dise, pepper, cardamon, artifically : argue their cases in court included Port Iayaca where she had lived tition to those who pay the tax London Suite .. ..... ,....... Vail

flavored with oleo resin capsicum, one of the cops who was cleared for the past 20 'ears. She was load in Florida" Hold 'Em Harlam .... ..... Frangkis

roasted rye bran flour, clove oil, of the gambling charge and a tore I a member of the Pahokee Chapter, Mr. Elliott didn't mince word in Boogie March Moffitt

refined .5o'a bean oil, other essen- manager who was found guilty of Order of Eastern Star, and form- issuing his statement and folks 10 :i Under Arms March Hayes

tial oils and commercial racemic failing to correct an unsanitary erly was active in community the Glades can immediately find I Clarinet Duets, Eddie Hodges
s I
limonene, parts of cotton seed : condition at the rear of the Etore. garden club work out where he stands on the subject I and Milton Carpenter

and wheat flour." It tasted a lit- --- -...-- Also surviving is another brother of the State going into business I i Merriment Polka. Barnard

tie like black pepper. i Thomas Roell, of Port Iayaca. in competition with the taxpayers. Ii Pepperino .. . ... Endresen
I It
funeral services nand
Private were ,
Speaking of substitutes. Here's Blue Devil Cagers held at her home on Thursday _- King Cotton March . Sousa

one used by the Belgians when afternoon at two o'clockith : Crusaders Overture Buchtel

there is a shortage of tea: a mIx- On \ Streak members of the Pahokee Chapter, B.V.. \Wood Seeks Black Mask March Hayes

ture of finely chopped leaves of Order ot Eastern Star, in charge. Star Spangled Banner . Yoder

the strawberry plant, hasel tree, I The body was sent to Miami for Job As Police Chief I If arrangement

raspberry bush, mulberry tree and The; Pahokee Higu School BIl'e cremat' Bents funeral Home --.--

a variety of blueberry plant" I Devil Cagers again found their ot Pahokee was in charge of ar- : Wanted .A Hamper
wouldn't kno v whether It tastes
stride the past week when they rangements. B. W. Wood, former Pahokee
like tea or not-not being a tea chalked up four victories in as -Y policeman, this week announces ', Of Beans, Nearly
drinker and not having had oc- I his for chief of in
many ames, Away from home i candidacy police Got Two Carloads
casion to sample this substitute. .At Lake '
I the first of the week they beat I Huge Plant the forthcoming election scheduled

I Stuart, 41 to 34. On the local Harbor Done for fay 7. Mr. WQOd in his official -
Nearly One afternoon last week the
One of my advertisers called the
announcement states that he
I court they won from Vera Beach I
other and raised the devil I Lake Region bean buyers were
day very in a close contest, 32 t031 : from i I has had many years experience in I
The Ice & Fuel Co. 'huddled around of tend-
because we ran his classified ad City pre- a hamper
law enforcement and feels himself
Boynton Beach, 35 to 31 and from i.
twice instead of once. The first cooling plant at Lake Harbor is ergreens on the Pioneer platform
to hold the Paho-
Redlands, 29 to 23. Of the 16 qualified job as
time came within an inch of I nearing completion and will be in kel" chief. I in Belle Glade. It was the
played by the Blue Devils police
would-be games within the next three or from two-car lot. Bidding -
swamping him with pur- I operation sample a
this season they have won seven Mr. Wood served 14 months with i
chasers, he said. And, when the 'four weeks. Twent-Cive carpen- the Pahokee under I wasn't any too spiritro. The
and lost nine and the team is' department
ad appeared the second time, he i showing marked improvement in II ters were laid off last week but Chief Albert Gant. Before taking beans weren't any too fancy and
almost had to lock the door to I they are still working a crew of when a stranger stepped into the
playing form as the season draws I the police job he was employed by
keep out prospl'cts Which all goes near an end. 100 men. The heavy machinery is the sugar company and is back bidding circle and bid $2.35, the-
other. I'm all installed and work other back and
to prove something or finishing buyers stepped
A big crowd is expected at the there now as night watchman at
modest. You guess what it prove '' I rapidly drawing to a close. started for another packing house
gym this Friday night when the i the Azucar plantation I
---0 -- : The plant is located on a It and another sale.
Blue Devils play the Belle Glade I Mr. Wood was born and reared i I
acre flll adjacent to the Atlantic Before all of the buyers had left
llerc's Ilule To Take Rams in the last home basketball in Georgia where he had experience I
Coast Line Railway tracks at the platform they were called
of the season. This will be as a policeman before coming I
Black Bass i a game doubleheaderth the girls Lake Harbor. It has a capacity to Florida to make his home. He I back and asked to bId again on the
I of 150 tons of ice per day and the beans
I teams of the two schools playing also had experience as a convict
It d'sn't make any difference the preliminary conte.st. On Monday pre-cooling system is capable of guard in his home .state. He is a It seems that the stranger

what it says on the back side of night, Feb 25, the Blue Devils pre-cooling 25 cars of fresh vegetables member of the Baptist church, thought he was buying a hamper
can't I ot beans and wasn't that
jour fishing license-'ou I daily. aware
complete their schedule in a game married and lives in Pahokee.
take black bass from March 1 : The plant was built at a cost of -_ -... when he bid $2.35 and the auctioneer -
with Boynton Beach there.
through April 30. The season has I $250,000. An identical plant will knocked them off to him
The Blue Devils will partici-
been changed, rechanged and be put up at Belle Glade as soon Canal Point Pastor that he had bargained for two car-
pate in the Class B, District A I
changed again through the years Basketball tournament at Fort :as the Lake Harbor plant is fin- Announces Revival loads. It is needless to say that he
and fisherfolk ha\'en't known half 'ished. was completely surprised when
Lauderdale, Feb. 28 Iar. 1 and 2. .
the time when they could take bass I' t --- The pastor of the Canal Point I told that he had bought the entire
For their initial tournament contest -
-if they were lucky enough to' they are bracketed to play 7More World War Baptist Church announces plans of lot. After a good laugh the buyers
take 'em, Anyway, to be on the i the forthcoming Revival which came back and the beans were rt-
Fort Pierce on Thursday. Feb. 2S,
safe side, restrain yourself from at 730 p, m. Handicapped by the I Vets Join Legion will begin Easter Sunday, April 21, sold. This time the stranger didn't

taking them from March 1 until I -- and close May 5. It is hoped that bid.
under-sited court at the local gym
May 1. That's what the game the Pahokee cagers will practice'I Seven more war veterans were this first Sunday in May, the (

warden said.Phone I standard received as members of the American closing day of the Revival will bea Jack Bell Speaks
for the tournament on a
I Legion Fred and Percy Mansfield great day of homecoming for all
size court in West Palm Beach on I
Post 90 at a meeting in the people ever having been affiliated : it Foot Ball Fete
Company Lays Tuesday and Wt'dneday. I
I city hall last wf't'k. They were with the Church. The pastor will I --
Kyle lIatfield is high point man
Okeelanta Cable I I for the Blue Devils, running up I Edward A. Jensen. Doss Tabb, J. greatly appreciate it if you will !i Jack Bell, Miami Herald feature

1-11 points tn 13 games so tar this D. Watson. John S. Harrington, give him the names and addresses writer, wu guest speaker at an

The Southern Bell Telephone 'ason. Wilbur Geiger is second I Jr., Robert M. Sanders. Melvin D. of all folks whom you know who !oyster and chicken fry and out-

company has completed installa- .' 12 Spooner and John E.1Vilcon.. lr.1 were once members of the Canal I door party given for members of
high. with 93 points in games.
tion of a cable from South Bay The work ot Donald Smith, center Wilson became a member through Point Baptist Church but have i Pahokte and Belle Glade High

south along Road 26 to the Okeelanta in nabbing rebounds and converting I transfer of his membership card moved away. In addition to May I School football squads at the Sam

Growers plantation. The them into baskets has also from the Fort Lauderdale Post. 5 becoming a great homecoming Chutaln Ranch near St. Lucie

new cable carries 200 pairs of been outstanding this season. i The local post now has approximately day, it is also being planned that I Canal on Thursday night ot last

wires and has been placed .0 100 membfrs 60 percent otI on that day the Church mortgage wftk The speaker told of HiJme

Inches under roand. A dItching --... whom are veteran of World will be burned an a great dedication of his experiences overseas u war

machine was USl'
for the cablt. ,Jan. 29 from the Philippines after !I The group completed plans for leaders ot the Church will appear I Pahokte and Belle Glade Lions

--- . 122 months o\'erseas. Ralph has I preparing a booth at the P&hokteI as speakers, preachers, etc. Keep were hosts to some 150 gutatJ.

OS JlOSOR ItOU. been in the service a toW of 33 I District Fair for the display of watching this paper for more announcements Rupert Mock, Jimmy When and

SHORTER COLLEGE Rome, month lie is now stationed at mtlitary souvenirs brought home and definite plar.s. Sun Brown were on the commit-

Ga., Miss Eleanor Chutain, of Blam1ing where he b hospitalized ''by returning veterans from overseas -.-... -- tee in charge of general arrangements -

Canal Point, now a Junior at and hopes to be back 10 good areas ot operation. Yr. and Yrs. George O. Schroder The chicken were cooked

Shorter College, has rtCenUy been physical condition within three or --- . ot Philidelphia, Pa. arrived in by Mania U\1r..s, Pa.h.okee tire

named on the Honor Roll of the tour months. He spent a couple Philip Allen Du1a.ny W been ill Pahok this week for a visit with thief, assisted by Joe Jlatto
college for her work during the k da'J in Pahoktt this \\'ttkl1th with the measles at his home this his brother and mttr.tn.l1w, Yr. Shelly Connell, 11. Mostly and

fiat semester of the present )'ear,1'tIs.Uns week and Mrs. R. J. Schroder Jimmy Wtlsca tried the o'aura.Palm .

Page Two The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, February 22, 19t6
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For Belle Glade I
Serving the Lake Okefchobee Fanning Region

Established 1924 Published Every Friday Residents of Belle Glade are getting i I.t

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance a change in their drinking

The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office water. Ever sin:e the water system BREDRITETa

In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter. of the town was installed, con-
sumers have been drinking water SEEDS 1

Paul Hardin Editor and Publisher pumped from the canab. They will CI: MAIId y''t
now get fresh water from Lake "
Veteran Ships Anchored In Florida Expert water testers in this section -
claim there Is a decided dif- I
Electric Hand Lanterns
Hundreds of Uncle Sam's fighting ships, veterans of Pa- ference in the taste of the canal '

cific and Atlantic engagements against the recentlydefeated water and the lake variety. Instal-
lation of pumps at the dike have
axis foe, arc now I lying at anchor in the quiet waters of been completed and connections Built in strict accordance with t:. S. Navy specifications -

the St. Johns river at Green Cove Springs. They have earn- made with the local water system. these brand.new, high powered lant-

ed their period of rest in the peaceful waters of Florida's Until the new treating plant is eros, now available for the first time are ideaI.
put into operation, the water will
river after months of service in
largest many distinguished
be carried through the old canal-
Rustproof and moisture protected by double
navy. water treating plant. Frequent
The quiet town on the west bank of the St. Johns is awak- stoppages of service which have I cork gaskets, these powerful lanterns will give 40

ening to the sound of new construction to care for the esti- resulted from using the canal supply -j hours of continuous service! Concentrated, pre-
mated GOOOO sailors who will be stationed there The biggest are expected to be a thing of focused bulb produces a pick-up beam at 250 feet
Loom in Florida has struck Green Cove Springs. the past now that the lake supply
on land and a mile and a half over water.
Now that it is easier to take trips, we recommend :1 trip Las been tapped. Plenty of reserve

to Green Cove Springs, and especially across the Shands water may be kept in the two Clear glass, double thick, shatter-proof lens;
city tanks at all times. At an expense -
bridge. A panorama of vessels large and small, may be seen of $23,000, a new extension i : positive toggle switch; roomy carrying handle, p
there that resembles war photographs of huge task forces is welded steel finished
being laid between the water i sUrer-plated reflector; spot case, -
on the move. More vessels are being anchored there
navy plant now under construction and
in baked enamel both exterior and interior.
than this state ever had before in her IOO-year histor- the two water tank towers. A con-
Titusville Star-Ad\'oclte. siderable quantity of pipe for this Entirely self-contained. Powered by two standard

has already been contracted No. 6 dry batteries, obtainable everywhere!
-- -- . _ _ _ u _n -- ----- _ -- _--- for.BIBLE.

Next Sunday will find the teacher -
Canal Point Machine Works i
: of the Pahokee Men's Bible Available atI'
l Class, Rev. C. A. .Moberg leading
Manufacturers Of : in the discussion of the most
I '
timely subject "Our Nation and

HYDRAULIC MOLE DRAINS I : 6:4-12. A special program of
I '
i music commensurate with the les-
son will be presented by the Class Pahokee Belle Glade
I : Quartet, ressrs. Spooner, Wood,
I Butler, Cowart and Grimes alternate
( -
'Ve Are Agents For i I Phone 3201 Phone 106
) By special request, the

AND I1EnCUI.ES DIESEL MOTORS jWE I Pray Again" will be repeated. ......, -
I Seventy one were in attendance I
,I last Sunday. A record breaking at- ,
tendance record bas been set for :
'I : Easter Sunday, April 21, at which
I ;I'I I: time the class will meet in the PIANOS JE'VELRrtlUSIC
I I new building now under construc-
CANAL POINT PHONE 531-, O. BOX 466 : : tion. An announcement of interest
. I I : to the returned service men will J. W. R ASH LEY
I be made this Sunday- A most
\\'E MANUFACTURE EVERYTHING TIIAT'S ': cordial invitation is extended to JEWELER Belle Glad, Fla.

MADE OUT OP IRON FOR USE IN : all unaffiliated men of the com-
I TilE GLADES I I II munity, visitors and service men, GO TO CHURCH SUNDAYInsecticides
I I : in and out of uniform. The class
1" meets each Sunday at 9:45, Lions
: Building.
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illE,1'R I
:"I\'e heard Hut same thing several Included in that 5". is the small percentage I
times lately . that alcoholics are really known as acohohcs.lEXRr ." MATERIALS ANI) TIU PERCENTAGES j

sick 1'-'Oplc. It was news to me. DJ you / "But called sick I fi
I agree with that statement, Judge? people! ?"

,i OLD JUDGE:"Yes.it's true, henry. It's no OLD JUDGE: U&"CJuse it ha been discovered I ,I ,
notion of mine it's :1 statement made I
that, in many cases,excessive drink- Ii
I by scientists who have studied the subject" i
ing is of
:1 symptom some physical or emotional :
llESRr\\1utdid they find out,Judge?" nul1djuslment. the cause of it." I IlE."Rr

I OLD JUDGE: "Well, a3 3 result of their : "Now I understand it. Jud e. I : M. P.I'IIONE1631 Holman Inc. ,;
I medical research. they found out that ap- am glad to hw of the modern approach : .
I proximately 95% of the people who drink to this problem and that so much is rally ,

dink sensibly, 5%d"so unwisely. 3t tine'3. being done to help these folks" I


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Friday February 22. 1946 The Everglades News. Canal Point, Florida Page Three

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I Life On The
If You Are . .

f I
Mrs. Rex Todd Withers State
I Department of Education, Tallahassee Now Showing
I BUY IN PAHOKEE Florida, and J. G. Smith,
District Supervisor of Agriculture,
TRY visited the school February 12 in 0a '

PICKREN'S POULTRY FAR the interest of "A Better Farm
Living Program:' Irs. Nason en- I ON TH E MIDWAY IiJ
ONCE tertained the visitors with a lunch-
in the Home Economics De-
II I I partment. Other guests were Mrs. Florida Amusement Company

DuBose, Mr. DuBose, and Mr, Cau- a
dill. After classes llis. Withers
and Mr. Smith met with the high SHOWS RIDES CONCESSIONS iiJ
school faculty to discuss results
of a survey made by Mrs. Nason FREE ACTS FIREWORKS EACH NITS
If Yon Have Cattle To Sell and Mr. DuBose on factors of

health, nutrition, conservation, iiJ
:homes, and home
or Need Slaughter House Facilities The school has adopted a three-

.point program to encourage home
ContactRANGELINE gardening, home canning, and a Saturday Feb. 23 Last Day
planting citrus fruit trees 0

The Library has received the
V Memorial Plaque honoring the aoaoaao
Star Route 106 West Palm Beach memory of Bill Baker, Ross
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Bleech, Elisha Coleman, Hubert
Geiger Bill Howell, Albert Lane, PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERS
Roy Majors and Jack Tidwell, pictures -
of whom surround the plaque.
The public is cordially invited to
t view the plaque at any time.

HALSEY & GRIFFITH, INC. Elizabeth to The its classes.Seventh Justice Grade from New welcomes Jersey Tltet'lllie JI.gs

West Palm Beach .

excellent The school band always invites proud the public of its I We have just received a shipment of I

Tell Us Your Needs \Ve Handle: to its Sunday afternoon Band Con- h\"o gallon Thernlic Jugs with faucet I
I cert, Feb. 21. at the school
Underwood Typewriters I torium, at 3:30. And with aUdi-,1, priced at $6.60 I II

tarchant Calculators \"itation is included a hint on the I
Sunstrand I quality of the program in the form I I'of
Adding Machines a card I typical of messages re- 'Ve have a good assortment of Voltage -
Ediphone Voice Writing Equipment ceived since the Band's appear- I
Mimeographs ance in Flagler Park West Palm Regulators at economy prices.

Filing Cabinets Beach) from a resident of Lake
W t h addressed to Director
0 r
Steel Desks & Tables Lampi and Members of the Band: Wizard 10,000 mile Spark Plugs at

Aluminum Chairs "I attended the band concert at
33c each for all popular cars.
Steel Safes West Palm Beach, Feb. 3, and "
want you to know that your numbers -
\Ve suggest that you send us your order so that we may were well rendered and 1 --0-

notify you as our stocks come in. heard ,So many compliments from

Expert repairing and overhauling all types and makes the must people write near and let me you that know I felt that I Western Auto Associate Store

cif office machines Our repair department will be glad your efforts are appreciated. Do

to give you an estimate. All work guaranteed come back." I. M. LAIR, Owner PAIIOKEE, FLA.

Friends of the school are invited
to school assembly Friday after
noon, Feb. 22 at 2 o'clock, for the

: II Washington Program
Early Activities Stanley Hooks
I Cherry Tree Incident Vera Keen O
I Jackson
I Jean Hicks
Temper Betty
.Silver Watch Herbert McAfee CABBAGE AND CELERY

The Ladiesadine Raulerson
Military Career Steve Kirk

Revolutionary Period Betty I
I Barnicki I

i Dignity Russell Sims.
More Perfect Union Barbara.

i Wilkinson

; I I For many yeats past we hare been handling the : Miss Bough is sick this I I
: I week with the measles. She is im- %
: fine line of
proving and we all hope that she fflI

! Glidden Paints And Varnishes : will be--r.back with us. -soon.--

; and those The Pahokee Woman's Club will Beetles, .
who have used them for both exterior :
I ; and interior purposes have found them most sat- I conduct a luncheon meeting at the .0 s coopers'Va1
: I clubhouse on Tuesday at 12:15p. CoterPitt0'Worms
i istactorr. A home fixed up with GLIDDEN m. d
: PRODUCTS can sure be fitted up nifty and attractive -

gyros ,
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I A long looked for shipment of aluminum and WNY SO HADDY I I All the advantages of natural c 1OU1I
I porcelain cooking utensils have now been received : I I Greenland cryolite. INSE YICIDE

and from this supply find the articles
you may Not acutely toxic ta man,cottle +
: you have long desired. .
ItIdEHOMtarMARINFSTUOOS 1 I or other animals.

Among other new stock arriving will be Picking ) /lrrle ; ".
I AacH 1lt: High degree of control at eco
Baskets, G. FL Light Bulbs: all sizes, Twent-Gal- rouro lr 1 I nomical cot."r
,! Ion Galvanized Buckets Lantern, Waste Paper ,

Baskets, Toilet and Kitchen Brushes.We Available alone or in combina-

i are playing and will take future delivery tions with copper or sulphur t"teo
if desired.
I orders for the famed line of Keh'inator Ranges DDT
and Refrigerators and Pemco Hot hater Heaters.

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i'l Cold Preparations @
I I j ,1eM. Aerk.Mrrel 1 s."Iy C..,..,
I l'' : Uqnld. 'hbltt" Sallie. Now, [)rope n. KJyw Sal e..,..,
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Page Four The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida Friday February 22, 1946
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Intermediates Name

SUNSPOTS Class Officers

(By Breezy) Intermediate girls of the Paho-

I kee Baptist Sunday School met at

I the home of their teacher, rrs.
The Boy Scouts had us all tied WIDENER DAY
Horace Unwin, Tuesday afternoon
Up last week but we managed I
and elected the following officers: ..
raise the buck and are now as ,
i Patsy Jensen, president; Wynell at .
free as a taxpayer. That was a :Jensen, vice president; Christine
real "Police Force"-they mowed Un\\in, secretary; Vera Keen,
people down to their normal size social chairman. Plans were discussed !
and hung tickets on some forty : in regard to enlarging the i HIALEAHSaturday
odd "bcmd jumpers". The oo'S'class. Following the business session -
completely upset the city's drowsy' Irs. Un\\in served refreshments -
and methodical way of conducting i to the following:
business and although the "regu- Wl1ell Jensen, Patsy Jensen, March 2
lars" looked upon them as a general Elizabeth Claridy, Elsie Stamps,
nuisance, we believe they had Vera Keen Joanne Chastain, Nan-
as much fun as the boys did I'nette Acree, Christine Un\\in. Fealurinf
Janette Mathis was a visitor.
There has been so much going I IBP'V

on around Pahokee the last couple Club Holds The Running 01
of week that most people have
forgotten how to spend a quiet Supper, Bingo Party
evening at home. It started off':
with what was billed and ballyhooed Members of the Everglades Bus- THE WIDENER
as a circus and rodeo-It I iness and Professional Woman's
was everything else but. We would I Club held a chicken supper and .
have billed it as a "Dog Show In I bingo party at the Woman's Club For Ud purse 0/
a Brown-Out". The ea-soldier I building on Tuesday evening Some
boy, on the tight wire, was pretty 50 guests were present. Chair-
. good. The clown was not as good men and committees in charge of $50,000
as the ones we have in Pahokee the affair included Clark Hull,
The payoff came when the lady entertainment; Tommie Lee Du-
practically hung herself trying to Bose, Marian Clause and Luke For Three Year Olds and Upward

do a rope act Fraser, bingo; Lucille Williams Mile
.. One and a Quarter
and zetts Kautz, decorations,
The Fair turned out to be a Alma Farrow, dinner arrange- *
much better class of show. Just ments.It 1
about everybody took a little of was announced that a B&PWC
that in-including the one gal show business meeting will be held on
down in the last tent. Everybody Tuesday, Mar 5.
got a chance to spend as much -
money as they wanted to. ---- -
We understand that the reason ------ -- -- -
that things have slowed down at I -- 0- ,
the new playground is because;
the Recreation Council decided to .
put on the brakes and let Father )
Time take over for a while They
seem to think he is the man to 1
rectify the problem of too much I
interference, caused by singular
Ideas However, that has not put
a stop to things because the Wom-
an's Club and the B & P Woman's
Club have launched their programs j
for raising funds for the barbecue
pits, and when the wimmin de-
cide we will have barbeque pits,
we will have barbecue pits. The
Woman's Club is selling chances
on an electric stove and a vaccum
sweeper to raise their part of the ITT
funds. The B&PW Club lined upa
bunch of "fish" for a chicken
upper and bingo game, the other
night, and did alright in their part
of raising funds. We will have the

niertime best park in the Glades by sum- ,I

We saw a news item in the I
paper stating that "Bud" Davis
was seeking a council seat. We
have been seeking his seat ever
since, the closest we have been sM
able to get to him b the width
of a twenty acre block of beans.
We do not know where he is now
or where he has been or where he l
Is from we will let you know as
soon as we catch him. Someone
said he was from Georgia but we
are sure he is a citizen. (The
reason everybody tries to kid MEN WHO KNOW HOW
Georgia folks is because they are
so good natured),

"Calvin Coolidge" McClure does to Run a Railroad

not choose to run again this )'ear.
Well, Mayor McClure, you have
done a good Job, in your own quiet Over 430 members of the Florida East Coast This accounts to a large extent for the FloridaRailway's

way In these last two or three personneL or more than 15 per cent East Coast Railways excellent wartime perform-
years, nobody could do nothin'about
nothin'-we hope you did of its normal working force, have a record of 25 ance, and for its remarkable safety record of not f

not become discouragt'd ap- years or more continuous service with this or' a single passenger fatality, due to train collision

predate what you have done and ganizatiom Several hundred additional have or derailment, for over fifteen years.

tried to do.Carmen been with the East Coast in excess of 20 years
The men and women of the East Coast t like

Salvatore will be a candidate The heads of its various departments the their work. They enjoy living in Florida, are your
for re-elt'ction as a member
that its trains the who maintain feHow-citizens and have
of the county school board. He is crews run men neighbor. They seen
the man behind the cigar and dark its tracks, roadbeds signal systems and equipthe East Coast of florida groN sznd cue anxious

glasles. meat, are seasoned veterans in their line of to render the kind of efficient, friendly service

for work. They have that valuable "know.bow" that that will aid in the continued progress and.
Albert Cant has qualified
the lIarshll'I ract' We have him comes only with long years of experience development of this section

under investigation now. the report -
will come latt'r.
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sl'}:cl.u, tlalct: : ar.t'LtRi.NE

Rev. C. 11. Strickland District If Florida industr)' and. In gitufion
Superintendent, will be Ue guestspeaker I
at the Pahokee Nazarene
Church Sunday evening, Feb. 21,
at 7:30 Everyone cordially inVited .

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February 22. 1946 The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida Page Five '

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; !i EXPERT I II I I 6 One.Bedroom Houses I II

Mr. and Mrs. I. Marshall Lair I I : I

i. AILTERING of Pahokee announce the birth of a For Sale : I

I daughter, Dorothy Emmaline, at i ITo
the Everglades Memorial Hospital :
; AND on Sunday Feb. 17. i iI
Be Moved From Property :
Mr and Mrs.
Edgar M. White of
: Pahokee announce the birth of a I i
1 I Houses Furnished
H DYEING son at the Everglades Memorial : .I
Hospital on Valentine's Day. Feb.
: I : U.
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I i iI Eastern Stars Pahokee I I

I i \Ve are prepared to render you an excellent service Hold Meeting ,

1 along this line. The next time you need an ; ; !J I I
II At a meeting of the Pahokee ; II I II

altering or dyeing job-let us serve you. I Chapter, Order of Eastern Star,
I I ; in the Masonic Temple on Thursday -

I : i : night af last week Mrs. Hu- PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERS
lette Denton was presented with
her credentials as grand represent-
I! tOWART I Ii: ative of the Grand Chapter of
i Florida to the State of Virginia.
II I I The presentation was made by
LAUNDRY R DRY CLEANING Mrs. Dorothy Graham. Mrs. Aleese
Cherry, junior past matron, was
I ; ,
honored at the meeting and Mrs.
I ; !
i, PAHOKEE I Ruth Stein, a visitor from the
: I I I. Belle Glade OES Chapter, was pre-
I sented with a gift from the Paho-
t II I IIii kee Chapter. Y
I i Following the business the group
held their annual Valentine party
I with Mrs. Gladys Harrington in
Iii : charge of arrangements. Contest
ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO i prizes were won by Mrs. Ruth We are on our way towards

I Carpenter, Mrs. Mabel Young, Mrs. full-scale rural development J)
I We wish to thank our many friends in the Glades for the i I Jessie Barnes, Mrs. Edna Barrett %
business which they have given us in the past and for their : and Mrs. Dorothy Graham. Mrs. activities to Improve and ezii .
understanding and helpful attitude toward us during the i I Esther LeFils, jit I
worthy matron
'I years while we were mainly engaged in the preparation and i acted as hostesses the ii L tend telephone service in
maintenance of Airfields for the Army and Navy. i .
ing of refreshments of sandwiches,
J I I Once again we are able to resume peacetime operations and ; cake and tea. farm areas ..
' offer you the same efficient and courteous service which it i ,..
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j'I'! has been our endeavor to render in the past. The service we I i Time will be required to
offer is complete, from land3cape designing to a finished : YOUNG PEOPLES PARTY I
: planting job. Our Nurseries are stocked with a wealth of ''i j I build all the lines and install
I lovely trees, shrubs, vines, potted plants etc. awaiting your I : The Young People of the Can- _
selection. h'' ', j and the
I I I II al Point Baptist Church were entertained enlarge necessary
I : We invite you to stop in and visit us at any time and will with a party on last Fri switchboards to give tele..
appreciate your continued business. : day night by Mr. and Mrs. E. E. I
I E TINSLEY HALTER, President. : I Gibson at their home. The Val a1I phone service to all who are

I NURSERIES: 1100 Southern Boulevard (Route No. 25 at entine motif was carried throughout I

1 : City Limits), West Palm Beach, Florida ; : the party. Various games waiting.l .
were played in kE'epingith the
I Valentine theme. Mrs. J. R. HeUer l But it's good to be able to
j (
and Venera Weeks were awarded
contest priz. tell you that we are now on'

:-1 I II our way f


1 Ambulance Service I FOR S.U.I;: Close in business lot. '
Two small houses in rear. 3000. :
I ; r i See Dan Carpenter, Pahokee, Fla. SOUTHERN BEll TElEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY

. Pahokee Ph 2301 Belle Glade Ph 247 i I Jan. 23ch i' INCO110RAri0Prince
j It
t I cUir\SE TRAPS and septic tanks
cleaned and rE'plired.: See Bob
Douthit Pahokee, Fla. I-U-ch.
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n.\UlO JI'\lIt: All makes ex-
I celknt workmal13hip. We will
please 'ou. Culbreth Repair Shop !
Dog Racing at Mrs. lIewrll's in Canal Point on Theatre

I IVORLD'S Lake Front Road. MBpd I

FOR SALE: A four room house,
\ FASTEST i ; close in. Can give immediate PAIIOKEE, FLORIDA

possesion 3000. Some terms,
GREYHOUNDS : : Phone 2571, Dan Carpenter Paho-
kee, Fla. St F 15th WEEK OF FEBRUARY 24
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I Phone 2132. Pahokee. 2-15P2t
(except Sundays) -- -- Sunday-Monday
: FOR SALE: Six piece bed room
I get, Inner spring mattress, com. I "OUT OF TIllS 'YORLD"Eddie
bination radio tables and chairs,
i fruit jars, laying hens. C. W. Bracken and Aliana Lynn
I Daily Double 2nd and 3rd races :I Dukes Pahokee Fla ltpd.

I Nine quiniela] races I II 1VANTED: Two good insurance Tuesday-Wednesday
: I salesIr.rn. Between the ages or
I 21 and 35 to work debits at Pa.hokee I
1 1i i Belle Glade, or Clew ton. : "Boston Blackie's Hendez'ous"Chester
They must have a car. Phone 515, Morris and Tina Foch
No minors admitted or write C. A. Batchelor Box

I, ;I A, Pahokee, Fla. St 2-22ch I -ALSO-

nut SALE: 1941 threeo-quarter "I'M FRO AIUANSAS"

ton. Dodge tour by four pick- Slim Summen'ilJe and El BrendelThursdayFriday
All understate
racing racing
: i tp.ith stake body. Cash S650.I .
New three-quarter ton Granite
: commission supervision I trailer. complete with hitch coup.lines. i

I wiring and tail lunp.: $225.
I Phone 231 or 2291. Christian
J Chevrolet Co.. Pahokee Fla.St. i "BACI TO BATAAN".John

: PALM BEACH I I 2.22.ch Wa\'ne and Philip Ahn

1.0'T: PUCKttb.k containing-
cable papers. Will give nice re-I
:ward if returned to Frank Chaney Saturday
in Pahokeeo 1 tcol.
!I Ol'ro"Uf' orri"'OD held "TlIg OLD HAHN DANCE"
On Ilrhedert, I4)O.i11'cst FOIL :i'\I.E: Westinghouse refngerator -
I with Gene AutIoFriday
l"ahn Ilnuli also small Singer vacuum
clt'a.ner. C. W. Duku. Pabokee.flA. .
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Page Six The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, February 22, 19t5

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point a committee to work with Brewton, Vance Denton and B. G. :
Dwight Rogers committees from other c I vie Pugh.
I ... . 1
groups in setting up a community I
chest organization. BOBBY JOE VISITS
Issues Statement The club voted to assist in kefp- Bobby Joe Sanders of Panama na nutshell !

ling I the Pahokee Day Nursery in City is visiting in Pahokee this

Congressman Dwight Rogers of operation. I week. He will return today or tomorrow -

Fort Lauderdale, who will be re- President Jess Elliott announced to the Wainwright Ship
nominated by the Democratic a Lions Zone meeting to be held I yard in Panama City where he is

party in May without opposition, in Belle Glade on Sunday, Feb. 2-1. I chief of the plant protection corps,
issued a statement last week In at 4 p. m. Local Lions will meet I including police and fire depart-
which he expressed his sincere at the Lions Hall and leave for the '!menU. Bobby Joe has about fifty

thanks for being returned to the zone meeting as a group at 3:30: I men in his de rent. Y
office without the necessity of p. m. I --- I

waging a political campaign. Mr. Rev R. L. Flowers, evangelist I Seaboard Air Line Railway
Rogers' statement follows: from Texas who is conducting a :i freight trains hauled 9,800,000 tons
"I am humbly and sincerely revival at the Pahokee Methodist lof minerals in 19H. i' ,,.,, '

grateful to my friends and consti- Church, spoke briefly. Other I .. . m.-- n1is

tuents of the Sixth Congressional guests were Rev T. A. Ferguson, A beautiful church is a sermon :
District for allowing me to become Rev. C. A. Moberg, Arthur Larri- in stone, and its spire a finger

the democratic nominee for the more, Robert M. Sanders, Slater I II pointing to Heaven.-Schaff.
Congress ot the United States I I
without opposition in the Democratic - -- -- - - -- -- --- ----- -

May Primary. t y m mill till if l t l n IITt 11ro 'f\t ir1t tWI1T
'This fact makes me very hap-

py and it gives me encouragement 150/0 DISCOUNT TO ALL
Your future what will make of Plan
in the type of representation that I is you it. to

I have endeavored to give to my i EX-SERVICE MEN make it free of financial worries by putting

makes District.it State possible and for me Nation.to devote It : We handle tine clothes for men and women-manufact- your spare cash into Victory Bonds.You get back

all of my time and energies to the I ured by Herbert's. They are tailored to measure and sure $4, when the bonds mature, for every $3 you

pressing national problems that to please. We specialize in Ladies' tailoring invest I Its the safest, surest
are now facing our Nation for so-
investment in the world!
lution."I AL BELCIIER'BOX 'i
assure you that Service shall

be my my watchword goal." : and Achievement 876 AHOKEE I IIV ?! Buy Bonds I1 I I LORID.l! pOIl((} m f rmm1M'

-r.- ) nn ,n I

Lions Hear James I

111. Owens Jr. Speak 1- 'IJ' ",001< ON

"Our Obligation to Government"was II OWNT HEWIOJS rjTS [

the subject chosen by James 16 :
, : ,. .
)1. Owens, Jr., mayor of Palm ,. ,, '.",' ; : : ...
Beach and County tax assessor in I r ";. "" ." ,',," '" '. :, '; ,'"'...;' i.A''", .",'::;t

their a talk Tuesday before Pahokee luncheon Lions meeting.at >a : ::::::: '" w ::. :: '[...

t < .,..#
The guest speaker was introduced : , :
by Frank Rozelle, program chair- ',', ','. ',,",",.., .m'IUYING'USJ
: .' : ,
man. ,;.. ,,'d", .'i". IONDS AND STAMPS'
The need of a Community Chest I__" .l.__;, _-t"___
fund for the Pahokee-Canal Point THE I
area was brought to the attention .
of the Lions by O. R. Bleech, I OP .. .

Rotary Club president, who in a of the South u tea"r '
brief talk asked the Lions to ap- Industrialization

Part 1: Prewar Dei'eop11ltlltRmnt exp3lded'itsSouthern oqC/ INE' rI Y L

AA. the smle tune, the region plan ..,.. Y '
accelerated fur factories, food processing
produclion ,
Soot "bich Iud existing industry + ,
of its
exp3/lSion units ,
indusuiil tlun in the and other t 1
at I faster pace 0 0 0 ,
-been proceeding today the of theresources
so depression
SHOP States the
rest of the upo n its vast 1I3 r31 I'hUI, even during growth of the South AU, S.Cpitalizing
South, cI towlrd 19O'S the industrial e
its dependcnc
CANAL POINT FLA. IS nu\Ulg\ upld progress vigorously and
h t will benefit proceeded source ,
balanced economy: : as 3/1 ail.import3llt 1' ,
betler agriculture for
3 and the Nation upon When production l
Auto Seats A Specialty both the region of j income less amethecountry
e 0 bcc : ...
Coupes $15 Up o new tionaldcfcme industrial poslllOn, FCr. ,.
the South in recent yelrS older goal the Soulb tit of the f ll.
Sedans $27.50 Up Throughout emerging 1IId was s till below
have al Industrial plant
industries mills, whole but its
ones ezfinding New rayoa u cma n1 country 113 lllet tlun that of the rest :
\\'OIAN'S CLUB c> was expnJing growingrubber
nunuflc1uring blfshgarment irtorics, and its I dustry w3S
Oil) nUILIHNG the Nation
Flints and r.:3ny diversified. .
m,1l\ubcluing pants more and more
in ,
HOURS simflacestablishmentsl\ sprung up ,
of its I11luuI3d"nUgcs ,
7 P. )1. "til Midnight South; as the resu.t artimepallsiOIl

II: W'
Part outlook for new fac-
produrion f cililies
of existing
e o' and the ranlion ,
tones 1 enre
already>< .
d States Plans have If you ore rn f er '
perhaps no"here Indus,31mp so much seems bright..umple, for 3 $ pulp clcd in indushial
ch3nge the porteJ, g ,ilo, dis-
did roc ttgion million pont! 0'
mJJA 11 in the So th. In nunyp.rtsofthe mill, I $! million 7industrial tnbuhon; (aci lio'Soulhem
million power
dC\'e1opment plant,3 $15 the Southeast,
the telescoped into a fe'' yw$. smaller esllb\i\lunelllS, we shop be glad

u'as o' }10 re ecommendwere
indullrial suitable location.
flcililies continued
II1nu ctuling the whole, the staff
AREUSUAUY/NV/TED during the On aurally tour research

Fl ACES/ expand! by the CI pendtul. by, 1911, dc'e1opmenl of the South Its seems"tilth of rO' also available
r J Iy,1940,through and 10gic.\1y indiC3ttd. for compchen'
sr slun $1 yfav'orable its ample
of rst 1S Ilion, of which more sourccs, its climate" 1111 site studies with
cntcrolise. Indusa -
otlltudvml3gcs: respect 10
'o' bFri"te ,3nd Its
.< billion ere PO"er suprly the new industrial Trial possibilitiesre
( o' this legion
I "dlll1lt
C h.. .... '.. "" Unittd Sutes, in our territory,
"" J r.'I -,. T bny of the smaller tos'aFta me flontier of the Inquiries will reoceive
t coo being
'\ ". already
aHentlO -
r J'JIJ c.onfldential
11111' I J. M. fields,
I Assistant Vice
II President, Wil \

I minpton, N, C.
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bank account. ': .' ATLANTIC
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Friday, February 22, 1946 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Page Seven

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HOME (house Bill Xo. 186:) FLORIDA FLORIDA
Have Joint Meeting NOTICE Is hereby given that Mayme I CHANCERY SO. mza: rn.\SCERY so. 212)1
L. Ph1tr. the holder ot the following EDMUND D. THOM..S. MYRTLE COPELAND.Plantiff :
From TheWAR $ certificates has tiled said certificates Plaintiff, : :
for a tal deed to be issued thereon. i -\'s- : -\5- :
Members of the American
: The certificate numbers and years of ARLEEN H. THOMAS. I !ARVIN H. COPELAND Sr. :
Legion Auxiliary, Fred and Percy I L'iSUanCl' the description ot the prop- Dt.endant. : Dt.'tendant. :
erty, and the names in which it was NOTICE TO APPEAR
Mansfield Past 90 met NOTICE TO \rpE.\R
jointly I assessed are as follows: Certificate No. TO ARLEEN H. 34 N. HIGH-
with the Belle Glade Legion Auxiliary I Vance Denton, gm 3-c, was re- 10331. Year of Issuance June 30. A. D. LAN D BOULEVARD. HOLLYWOOD, TO VILLE MARVIN STREET H. COPEL.\\D.NEWS"GEORGIA 66 GREEN-:
1942. of Property: CALIFORXI.\
in the Pahokee Lions Hall leased from theavy at the Jacksonville Lot Description 6 Block li6 Town of Lake I I You are hereby required to appear You are hereby requrt'd to appear in
Tuesday night to hear stimulating'talks Worth 8.3 111 Pat Book 2 Pages 29 I in the above Court on the 18th day ot the above Court on the 4th day ot
Base last week and arrived March A. D. 1916. same being the Rule
: to 40( inclusive: Name In which as- March. A. D. 19-16. at the Court House
by Mrs. Polly Kirkpatrick, 1: Day ot saId month at the Court House
sessed: Unkno\nl. In West Palm Beach. Palm Beach
of Eustis, State American Legion at the home of his parents, Certificate No. 10332. Year of issuance County. Florida to Answer to the Bill in West Palm Beach Palm Beach
Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Denton, in Pa- June 30. A. D. 19-12. Description ot I ot ComplaInt for Divorce filed against County Florida to answer to the Bill
Auxiliary president, and Mrs A. ot Complaint for divorce filed against
property: I you In the above entitled cause and
J. Ryan of Dania, Fifth District ; hokee on Friday. He was in the Lot 7 Block 176 Ton of Lake Worth EVERGLADES NEWS. a newspaper reg. YOU In the above entitled cause and
service for more than three years as In Plat Book 2 Pages 29 to 40 i ularly published in Palm Beach County. The Everglades News. a newspaper regularly -
president. Members of the OkeeI I inclusi\'e. Name In which assessed: Florida 15 hereby designate as thenewspaper published In Palm Beach County. -
and has been in the Pacific
area Florida, Is hereby designated as the
chobee Legion Auxiliary were also Unkno\fIl. : In which this order shall be
since last June. Vance has several All said property being In the County published once each week for four newspaper In which this order shall
invited to attend the meeting but ot Palm Beach State of florida. consecutive weekly Issues. be published once each week for four
were unable to be present. I I' battle stars on his ribbons. Unless such certificate or certificates DONE AND ORDERED at West Palm consecutive weekly t ut"s.
-- ---- shall: be redeemed according to law the Beach. Palm Beach County Florida DONE AND ORDERED at West Palm
The speakers encouraged the property described In such certificate this 13th day of February A. D. 1946.J. Bl'ach. Palm Beach County Florida,
auxilaries of the Glades area to I I Miss Dorothea Carpenter has returned or cl'rt1lcates111 be sold to the highest ALEX \R 'ETTE. Clerk ot this 28th day of January A. D. 1946.
:I to her studies at Florida bidder at the Court House door on the Circuit Court Palm Beach : J. Alex Arnette Clerk of Cir-
increase their membership and the first Monday In the month of County. florida. cult Court Palm Beach County,
gave tentative outline of the work State College for Women, Talla- April 1946. which Is the 1st day ot ; (CIrcuit Court Seal) I Florida.
hassee, after spending the Week- April, 1946. I By Thaddle P. Plant Deputy Circuit Court Seal)
that lies ahead for the auxiliaries Dated this 2nd day of February 19 6. Clerk. By Thaddle P. Plant,
in assisting young veterans to become end in Pahokee visiting her parents J. Ales Arnette Clerk of Thadc1 Whidden I Deputy Cll'rk.Th&dd .
Mr and 1.1rs. O. D. Carpen- (SEALs the CirCUit Court of Palm Attorney for Plaintiff 'hidden Attorney for
adjusted to civilian life. It Peach County Florl was pointed out at the meeting I I ter, and friends. Pub. Feb. 8. 15. 22 & March 1 & 8, 1946 Pub: February 15.22. Mar. 1 and 8. 1946. Pub: Feb. 1. 8. IS and 22. 19-16.

that wives, mothers and sisters of I .. .
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veterans of both World War I and

World War II are eligible and welcome .

to join the auxiliary.Mrs. .

O. R. Bleech, president of NEW o//aef

the local auxiliary, presided at the ,

meeting and introduced the guest

speakers. Refreshments w ere

served to approximately 50 persons -

by Mrs. J. S. Chastain, Mrs.

Loel Lence and Mrs. Sam McKins

try, Sr., hostesses

Members of the Junior Boys

Class of the Pahokee Methodist

Sunday school enjoyed a party and

outing given by their teacher, Dan

Carpenter, a.t Fisheating Creek on ,

Saturday, Mr. Carpenter was assisted y h4)
in the entertaining by I. W. 1.

. .;1d
w brat
Mrs. W. P. Jernigan substituted

as third grade teacher at the Pa-

hokee Elementary School on Wed- : 1t

nesday, replacing Mrs. H. L. Speer

who was Ill.NOTICE .

Notice 15 hereby given that the partnership .
ot Edwin It Butler New York
N. Y.. Frank 1. Anderson Belle Glade,
Fla and Forrest Norton South Bay
Fla formerly dOing business as South I
Day Growers and Distributors at South
Bay florida, which had been registered
under the provisions ot Chapter 20953, I
Laws ot Florl Court House at Palm Beach County I
F lor I d a. was Dissolved effective
June 14. 1945. Under our agreement I
for the dL'IIIoluUon ot said partnership I
Edwin R. Butler received all Assets
and assumed aU liabilltlea This Is official -
notice ot that agreement.All .
interested partlt8 wlll take notice
of this published notice.
Signed at SOuth Bay, Palm Reach
County Florida February 16. 1946:
Frank L. Anderson
Forrl'st Norton
Pub: Feb 22, March I. 8. 15 19-6.
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PUBLIC NOTIC 1:1: hereby given that
the undersigned Intend to register
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court In
and for Palm Beach County Florida
pursuant to Section 86509 Florida
Statutes ot 1941, the fictitious name,
under which I am engaged in business
In Pahokte. Palm Beach Cunty Florida.
Signed: Gillie C. Oabaldon
Pub, Ffb. I, 8, 15, 22. 1946.

Lions Club of Pahokte. Florida ,111 .
receive sealed bids for Its building and
lot adJolnlng the Bank ot Pahokee The new nchir Gasoline is' made to give ever had :1 chance to usc Stop in today it the
of 28.95feet
with frontage on S. E. First
and approximate average depth of the surging that aviation gasSinclair Dealer and fill with the NEW
80 feft. AU offers must be for cash and your car power up

dispatched the Club not to later reach than the 1:00 Secretary: P. M.E. ot. cline gave to war pllnes. SincbiruH-C"or NEIVSinclair Ethyl. You'll

S, T. March 5, 19-tG at the Lions Club .
Building In Pahokee. Florida at which The' IOO-Octane gasoline find that the higher-octmc: quicker-starting
time the various bids will be conalc1. same component ,

Bred The by Directors the Board of the ot Directors.Club reserve the developed forwarhave now been blended into power-packed Sinclair Gasoline makes youeMhe

right to reject any and all bids.
Pub: Feb. U. 22. MAr. 1. 1946. new Sincllir Gasoline. That's why we becar fairly fly.

NOTICE OF T.tX.urur.\TlOS DUD fOR lieve you'll call this new and mighty gasoline look 10 Sinclair for Belttr Products-Beltrt Service

(Senate' Rill ha ten
NOTICE 15 HEREBY GIVER ThAt themost_ power-packed fuel your motor hasi
J.l R. Hall bolder' ot Tu Certificate I
No. .400. Sud the 2nd day ot July !
A. D. 198.: hu filed same in my office'
and hu mad application for tax deed
to be Issued thereon Said ct'rt1tlcate
embraces the following described property -
In the County of Palm Beach
state ot Florida to.wlt: i
Ni4 of SEi. of NEi4 ot NW!. Section -
8. Township 42 South Range
43 East 3 acres
The &....e.sment ot the said property
under the said certificate issued was in .
th name ot Unknown
Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -
according to law the property
described therein will be sold to the
highest' bidder at the court house door
\n the first Monday in the month of
April 1918. which 15 the ht day of
April 1948.Dated << .
this nd day of February 1946
J. Aln Unttl Clerk' ot
(SEAL, the Circuit Court of Palm
Beach County. Florida
l'ub. r.b. a. U. 22. k March 1 8. 1m
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The City of Pabokee will receive bide
up until '7 p m on the :6th day ofFebruary.
1916. for One II ton pickuptruck.
Price Is to tour delivery of 'alA"" i xi i
truck to the water department of the I
city in PahokH' Truck hall be tully i

tQuIPf'C"d.see.city rInk For at further city haU specifications In PahOttf.l1a. l\ I It11{ ll I11 111. l\ge.. t

The City reserves the right to reject
any and all bids.
Dated this ht day' of February. 1946.
City of PahClktt. Fahokee. Pia.w Belle Glade Florida
P. W&trr. City Cltrk. ,
Pub. l'tb. 1, a. 13. n. 1916.

Page Eight The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, February 22, 196
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tiled to meet at the home of Mrs. oa o aao oooo aoaa
.-....,-. ---- I Arch Blakey on Monday at 3 p. m.,1 aa a
Mr and Mrs. E. L. Wallace and'
children returned to their home in, i' .:..1 w .' '
'I I Ames, Iowa on Wednesday after a .. lr. -.....:....... .. ,'. D
I week's visit with her brother and '' : .
sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs. G. B. 0 .,.
i . < D
(Mrs. G. B. Ramey, Phone 2082)
1 Ramey, in Pahokee. 0 I .
Mr and Mrs. J. T. Mackey re- I Mrs; Doyle Crocker and children .
turned to their home in Leesburg, '''of Delray Beach, former Pahokee B : .1f. I
Ala., on Tuesday of this week after residents, visited friends here the ,
spending a few days in Pa.hokee past week. L! Dw
with rleatives. Arrangements were :Marcia Jean Guthrie is ill with l '
. D
made to have The Everglades the measles at the home of her .. ,
News visit the Mackey home in :grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. I. S. ,.f-.fL ... . D
Alabama each week for the next I Guthrie, this week. """ \+,."H6.... I a a
year in order that they can keep I' /" '
,. 'N: ,'. e
up with what's going on in these PAIIOKEE BAPTIST cllcncnI L'! !'; : '
parts. I I C. A. Moberg, pastor of the .
Mr and Mrs. J. S. Barwick are First Baptist Church of Pahokee, ". '
the proud parents of a daughter I will present a special arrangement ( \ aJ
born on Feb. 2. Her name was of "Ivory Palaces" on the Ma- : I
reported as Virginia Irene and I thushek grand piano, Sunday 0 II .
should have been printed Eugenia I morning at the eleven o'clock :'

Irene. service. Continuing the series of I -.... :' ,, ; .. ;
f __David... ___Ramey u and his cousin, I sermons on "The Sermon on the I '" 'd. aJIt nrw
KeiU1 Wallace, of Ames, Iowa, I Mount Math. 5:33-37: will be con- L! :"
i "'
spent the weekend in Miami visit- sidered. The Class Quartet will .
ing Jerry Tillman, a former resi- 1 sing The congregation will meet I! -- , ,: ? ,, '-l
'*' -
dent ot Canal Point.J. :with the First Methodist brethern Ths
W. MuUis, who was recently :at 7:30 in their revival meeting D
discharged from the Army, has I now in progress. March will be
gone to West Palm Beach where : "Visual Education Ionth". Each o Dealer For New Post-Ward
he b now employed at the Table Wednesday in connection with the
Supply Store. ::prayer service, a film will be pre- 0
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Seckinger sented such as 'The Autobiography Aeronca uChampion"Orders D .
and daughter, Kay, returned to of a Tract", "Choosing Rath- 0
their home in Glennville, Ga., ;er" closing with "The Romance ota Q
yesterday after visiting Mr. and I Century", the story of the 1M Being Accepted
Mrs. Paul Rardin in Canal Point years cf the Southern Baptist Con- D
:1Irs.: Rardin is a niece of the "ention. The church plans to make For Earl\ Delivery fJ
Seckingers. this an integral part of its future
The Simonson-Lair Circle, Pa- program of "Going into all the
hokee Methodist WSCS, is sched-j+world with the Gospel." d AERONCA CHAMPION . . . . TANDEM TYPE D D


i The 65 H. P. Tandem Type Aeronca Cruises at 90 MPH A real Dp

. II Jut II 1.1: ,\"T tl t: 1tL1E I II; post-war light aircraft. D

rr rr[i Glades Aircraft Company D D


Ito I r

Annual cost of fuel to make It were better for a man to be Simon Bolivar, liberator for five
\ .
Seaboard Air Line Railway loco- subject to any vice than to drunk- South American countries and
motives go is nearly $10,000,000. t'nness.-Sir Walter Raleigh. 1 Panama, was born in Caracas

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(Former Pahokee Policeman)
We're working mighty hard these days on a big D

job we've got to deliver-our $300,000,000 expansion Announces His

program It's an all embracing program that D
will provide better telephone service and tele- Candidacy For
phones for all who want them.

The job ahead of us is one that must be handled

with care. The vast sum of money involved places

a heavy responsibility on both management and Chief of P
employees. It will be spent wisely and cautiously oliceiJ
and with the same care that has always characterized -

your Telephone Company's operations.
There is also the responsibility of maintaining IN THE ANNUAL

adequate earnings so that the funds needed to build DD

more telephone facilities can be secured. The

money will have to come, as it has in the past, from C Pahokee City Election
thrifty people putting their hard earned cash in

the Telephone Company But unless they have iJ

confidence in the safety of their investment and i TO BEHELD D

feel assured of a reasonable return on that invest- .
meet new funds for future telephone expansion
will not be forthcoming.So I

it is easy to see that telephone earnings have Tuesday May 7 1946

a direct bearing on the future of telephone service. ,

l.eorporotod iJ


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