Title: Everglades News
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Title: Everglades News
Uniform Title: Everglades News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Belle Glade ; Canal Point, Fla.
Publication Date: March 1, 1946
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079910
Volume ID: VID00428
Source Institution: University of Florida
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IA_Co.1945 Palm 112,094 Census Beach:! THE EVERGLADES f y I'. Se1 Ir\\\ t\"oJ 5 ;I V S ".The;Mind"The SI I

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Volume 22-No. 50 Canal Point, Palm Beach County, Florida, Friday, March I, 1946 $2.00 Per Year

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Build New Filling I Red Cross DriveTodayTomorror Statf-\\ide reverberations were
I State Market Road heard during the week about a

RECENT Station In South Bay I story that appeared in this news-

Brown's Farm Road I paper last Friday in which State
OPERATIONS w. G. Bowen and H. B. Walker Rev. c. A. MOberg, chairman 01I Representative B. Elliott of Paho-

are building a new filling station I I the Red Cro.s drive in the Paho- kee was quoted as being "unalter-
on the east side of Road 26 just i To Resurfaced kee-Canal Point area, announces ably opposed to the State entering
i By Paul r.ardin I south of the junction of State that an intensive two-day cam- into the farming business or any
Road 25 and Road 26. Piling for paign will be conducted to raise other business that furnishes direct -
the structure have been driven and I Bids will be received next Thurs- the quota of approximately $5,000on competition to those who pay
If I had been a member of the the fill put in. Construction of I I day, March 7, for retreading two Friday and Saturday 1Iar. 1 the tax load in Florida."

Pahokee high school band Sunday the new building will proceed as I i important farm roads in the Lake and 2.Rt'd. Mr. Elliott's statement was
afternoon in concert in the school rapidly as possible. O'Neal Walk- Cross workers will be scattered forthcoming after he had been accosted -
in the Pahokee
auditorium I would have been just I er, recently returned from Region-one area throughout the area on those by Glades farmers who
a little disappointed over the size service, will operate the sta- :and the other in the Belle Glade two days to collect donations and. were perturbed over a report from
of the crowd in attendance It was section-the Brown's Farm road the chairman
tion. I earnestly requests Tallahassee that the State of Florida -
a downright disgrace that no more I and the Pahokee State Market that the
-e.Building -- public cooperate fully i planned to plant an additional
folks turned out for the concert. road. with these workers with the aim 1500 acres of ramie in the Lake
There they were--members of the Boom In The State Road Department is of reaching the quota by the end of Region. Farmers who talked to
!asking forbids on the 5.6 miles of
best high school band in thecountyplaying ; the second day. Mr. Elliott were of the opinion
the Brown's Farm road from
to bunch of
a I -a that local growers should be given
empty seats Don't folks appreciate Belle Glade Has Shawano to Road 25 and on the 2.2 opportunity to grow ramie and
miles of the State Market road j
the hard work that youngsters Officials Named To realize any and all profits instead
do in order to present such from the light plant in Pahokeeto
of the state gobbling up the production
Added Impetus the Canal Point-Pahokee highway -
splendid concerts?
end of the deal.
Conduct 5850,000
Loon after publication of The
Commissioner P 1 1I
County a u
Bolton's Drug store in Pahokee I The City Ice and Fuel Co. has Rardin has been working on these. Everglades News last Friday
looks nice and its fresh I Park Bond Election
State Commission of Agriculture -
announced plans for Immediate two contracts since he took office morning
coat of white paint. A lot of other
Nathan in Talla-
I construction of a pre-'ooling plant Mayo
more than a year ago. He recommended I I -- -
follow in Belle Glad A similial' plant the projects to the State : hassee received a telegram inform-
i.3 nearing completion at Lake HarI Road Department several months An election IS scheduled for ing him of the tory as it had appeared -
the town look a lot better. I I ,March 19 in Palm Beach county at in thest' columJ1l.
bor. The precooling system will
ago. ... _ which time freeholders will say at Mr.
noon Mayocalled
I be capable of pre-cooling 25 cars I --- Wednesday
Bob Douthit hag been hired by of fresh vegetables daily and has I whether or not they want the Paul Rardin, editor of The
the Pahokee council on a month's a daily ice capacity of 150 tons and Douthit To Clear county to issue SS50OOO in bonds Everglades News, by long distance
trial to clear up the turbid water I storage capacity of 5,000 tons. I to build a park and bathing beach and asked that the departmfnt'8
that has been going out to the I Another new project was launch- I on Sing't'r's Island north of West action in the ramie deal be made
cash customers from the plant. t ell, when bids were asked for the : Turbid water For Palm Beach. AU registered free- dear to the farmers in the Gladl's.Ir. .

Turbid is a two-bit word but it is building of the new ramie labora- holders in the county will partici- Mayo said that the "state is

necessary to use a word of that I tory at the Everglades Experiment $275 eolith Stipend pate in the tledion. More than 50 merely establishing the new ramie
worth when it Is taken into consideration i station. 'Ibis is the first unit of i per cent of the freeholders must industry in the Everglades, and
that the council agreed I an extensive building program at I participate and a majority of those does not plan in any WRY to compete -
to pay Bob the highest salary ever the station. The turbid condition of Paholee participating must vote in favor of with local rowers."

paid by the city for any man's The present prisoners' barracks I city water was discussed by'the the bond election if it is to carry. In his telephone statement to
services. At the end of the month I Election officials have been Rardin the agricultural com-
and other buildings at the State City Council at the regular meet- Mr.
If Bob iJ till on the job will named to conduct the election and missioner said: "Please make it
you Prison farm, No. 2, at Belle Glade ing Tuesday night. The council
automatically know that the tur- will be razed and replaced with recognized the fact that the present polling places have been chosen.In cleat that this department's altitude .
bid state of the water has been larger structures.A waterworks is too small a Canal Point the polling place is altogether friendly to
rleare-d number of business blocks are I plant to provide adequate service Is the Thomas building and the fol- Glades growers and all we- are trying -
nearing completion, including the 1 for the growing community and lowing are election officials: 1frs. to do is to establish the ramie
Now that the city council has I Scarborough building, which will I II ;has hired an engineering firm in. Grady Boynton, 1lrs. Virginia Adams I industry. After successful establishment -
started to clear the water there I I of : 11rs. A. Q. Howell, Irs. 1I. F. of the industry it Is
up ,be occupied by the Sullivan Pharmacy -I.Jacksonville to make a survey new
are some other things that should and Collins Electric Shop. the waterworks system and pre- George and D. L. Hooks. hoped that local farmers n'1LL Join
be done. A trash removal campaign 'I Piling has been placed and foundations I pare a plan with cost estimate for I In Pahokee the polling place will for the growing and production
should bt' started. I know the : laid for the Elsberry building ',:its expansion.R. i be in B. Elliott's garage and the of this new fibrt'"

city is short on help but there I I on Main st., a combination of-I S. Douthit, former water- officials are: Mrs R. J. Schroder, Waxing enthusiastic over the
should be some way that the trash lice and apartment building, and a :works superintendent, appeared Irs. Clarence 11axweU 1lrs. Nola ramie deal if it proves out SUrfE'S-

could be hauled to the dump. It I building on A\'t'. A, which will be I before the group with the state- Dragon, C. A. Ioberg and Mrs. ful, Mr. Mayo said: "I ran easily

I nothing else have the huge piles :occupied by Your Food start' I ment that he could dear the water I Blanche Armstrong.In visualize 50,000 acres of productive -
of trash burned right where they ''I The Leo Rader building of con- ;with existing facilities and the Chosen the polling polling ramie In the Everglades if our
nr -while the fire truck stands by crete block structure Is progrt'ss- council voted to give him a 3o-day ,place will be W's1's Store and the present experiment works out."

to prevent any disasterous blat" !ing with the lower floor completed.It trial to prove his statement and if.. officials are lr9. Paul Kirchman, Following publication last week
To my way of thinking it would will consist of six store rooms at the end of that time he has im-I'i Mrs. Ross Winnie, lr9. Flit of 1fr. Elliott's statement in which
be a cheap way to get rid of the The Borchardt Co. has about :proved sufficiently the quality of I; Stein and I. W. West. he expressed In no uncertain terms

trash. I completed work on the enclosed : the water, they agreed to reappoint I II I In Belle Glade the election will opposition to the state entering
be held at the fire station and the
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loading platform placing I Douthit as waterworks sup-
foundations for additional build- I erinttndent with a salary tenth'tively officials are Mrs. R. 1. Alspaugh the Palm Beach Post came Jut
Canal Point Church Mrs. Fay GreE'r, Mrs Lawrence it asks
set at $215 a month. and G. In an editorial In !
lIrs. Elise
ings.Another 13essant Cherry
business block has been i The group voted to purchase for "couldn't it be passible that the

Is Free From Debt I announced by R. M. Hendr, jr., the waterworks department a new I. EYans. State 18 doing the farmers a favor
In South Bay the polling place
for his market busine It will be Chevrolet pick-up truck from instead of an injury! Everglades
I will be the city hall and officials
located on North Second st. and Christian Chevrolet Company. A ramie production is still very much
: S. J. Fisher, 11rs. H. C "
Re\ S. B. Jordan, former pastor I will be of steel and concrete struc- :committee was appointed to investigate lits, 1lrs. G. J. Barstow. and 11. D. in the -experimental--- -.-stagt.-
of the Canal Point Baptist Church ture. the need for installing Hardy.
Building permits han been: issued fire alarm boxes in the negro section
who is now In lIIalt'ahill be I 1 In Lake Harbor polling place $200,000 Hotel For
with the Canal Point Baptist to J K Baker and E. M. and give a report at the next will be the Hector Building and the
Church on May 5, the cooing day Clayton for a concrete building in meeting.
officials are: frs. C. M. Larrick
of their Revival to bring a great HolJowa subdivision at a cost of -- -- 11rs. J. B. HE'mphUJ, 1lrs. J. B. I Belle Glade Soon

sermon of dedication of the Church $5.000: L Shuler, $5.000 apartment rJaud Jones Is Grant and frs. Bill Scoggin
as part of the ceremonies of mortgage building in Rutlt'dge addition. I
burning made possible hy the New homes in course of con- New Service Officer I Campbell. ... .- Work will tart soon on a $261,
recent payment of the final bal- struction are those of J. It Baker :000. 62-room hotel in Belk GWt-
ante of Church indebtedness. Alton near the Lake rd., west of town: Claude S. Jones, World War II i Ready Workers I to lM' known u the Park *w.

Jones Church treasurer, not Shelly Connell in Hlloway subdivision veteran has been appointed director : Elect New Officers :The OWDt'rI Arthur Wells" udI
wry long I ago sent quite a sizeable : W. E. Cato in orthmoor: of the Veterans Service I Wendell LVOM. of BrlIe GlaM, who
check to the Home Mission Board Frank Kelly in Walker-Evins ad. Bureau for the Pahoket'-Canal The Heady Wnrker las of the conduct farming operations in I the

of the Southern Baptist Convention lHUon: Kenneth Lutz on the lake POint area, succeeding L. V. 1fc.Ctlland i Church of the Nazarene In Paho- lAke Region, will act at their awn
which brought Canal: Point rd.: Jay Sample. Palm Beach rd., who resigned i to accept a kee md at Ue parsonage for their contrldors.
n\ptist to the happy status of a and the church building and JW- position with the Department Ag- I first meeting. Officers elected The three-story structure towain
debt free ronditi n. In honor of torium of the Church of Christ. riculture. were Cileta Gant. President: Vanelle street fatin city (park will
the occasion the mortgage will 1'1t' ----. ..- The local Veterans Service Bureau Da\'il1ce President: Mary be of ultra.mtJt1tm thIt D. A

.I burned on May Mh in a great an nrr l'IIJJNG STATION \.ftkt, located in the Pahokee Indtrburk. Secretary. Names I dining room with rapacity nf teoI

(3)'ni't' ot fellowship and city ball was opened bv Mr.McClelland were given out for Secret Sifteu. I I persona ill Included in tM plav.Faeh .
hlm'omin This will climax two The Floyd Filling Station atSouth in October and has After the bwimeas. games were ,i of the 62 rooms will baY"

weeks of Revival activity which Bay hu been purchased by given returning veterans excellent played followed by a delicious :: private bath.
tarts Easter Sunday, April 21, A. 1. Burkett and his sun and will sen'ice. Office hours are from lunch. The George Washington ----- -
with Re\ Guy Owen of Miami u b. operated by the two mtn. A 8:30 to 11:45: a. m. and 1 to 4 p. m. motif was carried out throughout The Canal Point Parent-Teachtr
Revival Pastor. I full line of acces.ries will bt car- daily Monday through Friday and the mett1n Special guest were Association will hold Its March
-... I fied in addition to gasoline, oil and from S:30 to l1U: a. m. on S3tur- Bobby Moberg and 11rs. Ellie mttting in the school Auditorium

Mrs. C. F. McQualg and children i' grease. The family Is from Lake I day. An official from the hud office Va\is. The next meeting will be on %Vednesday. Mar. 6, at 3 p. m.

will leave Sunday for a visit with j Haroor. They consist ot Yr Bur- ot the Veterans Administration held at the home of \'or.tl1e Davis.Mrs. Yrs. F. M. Wilson president will

11n, Jeff Hauling and other relatives kett 1Ir. and Mrs. A. 1. Burkttt.J is present at the local office I'' Franc Johnston It the i I prt1de at the bu.rinw. Mn. P. P.tMoya ,

in Orlsndo. I r.. and son Robut. At 10 L m. every Thursday. teacher of this cWs. j l v.iU present the program.


Page Two The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, March I, 19t6
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THE EVERGLADES NEWS Baptist Sunday School II

Nears Goal Of 250
the Lake Okeechobee
Serving Farming Region

Established 1924 Published Every Friday Two hundred and forty seven I

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance were in attendance last Sunday in 1 KiLOflE t&JJ! f\o I

I the Sunday School of the Fist' .
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office Baptist Church of Pahoke just i

In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter three short of the goal set at the I
beginning of the year. It is hoped I Pahokee Belle Glade I
Paul Hardin Editor and Publisher this will be reached this Sunday. I r
The next of the series of sermons Phone 3201 Phone 106

VAST RAMIE PLANTINGS BY STATE on "The Sermon on the Mount".
will be preached this Sunday by ..
BRING OBJECTION fRO LOCAL GROWERS the pastor, Re,', C. A. Moberg, at
Last week this newspaper carried a story in regard to a the eleven o'clock hour, based on 1
howl being raised by Glades farmers who are of the opinion Matt. 5:38: thru 48. The Class I

that ramie should be grown by the farmers and the deal not Quartet will favor with two selec- !

gobbled up by the state. The story has gained wide circulation tions. The Mathushek grand piano
will again be used, the pastor pre- Thro'SERVICE
during the past week and growers are wondering just
another of his selections.
why the state is so greatly interested in planting so many This coming Wednesday will in-
acres of the new fibre crop. A report from Tallahassee last augurate "V i sua 1 Education ef-

week to the effect that the state plans to plant another 1500 Month" with the showing of the fort to I live up to the full meaning of the word
acres of ramie in the Lake Region brought objection from gospel film, "Choosing Rather",
local growers. The Palm Beach Post, always interested in immediately following the "Ilumi- -SERVICE-in everr war we could. We ha.eleft

the welfare of the Lake Farming Region, had the following nated Cross Prayer and Medita- no stone unturned to keep our many patuons .
comment on the situation in its Tuesday issue: "A Tallahassee tion" period. Each Wednesday in
? pleased at all times If at times it WM
report that the State of Florida is planning to plant an March a like program will be pre- : ,
additional 1,500 acres to ramie in the Everglades is said to sented. This is one of the many necessary for us to incur added expense to

have raised a storm of protest in that area. activities that will on the be heart entered of into the pastor just- maintain our standard of service, we didn't
Glades farmers evidently don't relish the possibility of
as soon as the first two units of hesitate
State competition in their farming opHatiops Any profits the building program are com-
to be made from growing ramie should go to them, they pleted. The monthly supper fel-

are saying. lowship meeting of the Sunday We are proud of the reputation we have established -
Theoretically this is a sound argument. But in this instance School officers and teachers and
couldn't it be possible that the State is doing the the Training Union officers with in this area and will continue to work hard .

farmers a favor instead of an injury? invitations to others will also prevail in an effort to live up to that reputation.
Everglades ramie production is still very much in the only on a much larger scale
experimental stage. Undoubtedly the State of Florida is than at present. AU the members

'better able to do the experimenting than the average farmer. of the orchestra are respectfully .
If ramie turns out to be a profitable crop the demand requested to be present this Wednesday -

will be greater than the State of Florida is ever likely to for a rehearsal. following KILGORE'SBREDRITE
the prayer servi('('
supply at its prison farm.
There wilt be no preaching service -
Meanwhile the farmers will have had an opportunity to this Sunday night. AU are ',

benefit from the State's experience without :iskirg their urged to attend the cloning service ,,
own time and money. It seems to us this is a side of the of the revival at the Methodist

matter that is worth taking into consideration," I Church. However- the Training- . T OL MAUtT
w. "
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II II Union will meet at six o'clock,
stead of six thirty. It is important -
16 Ex-Service Men New Dry Cleaning that aU attend. The newly or-

'Attend Bible Class Plant For PahokeePahokee ganized Young Prople's Union for
the older young people will be pre- I

Twenty.four chairs were added will have another dry sented. ,
to the seating capacity of the cleaning plant in operation this -----... I I f11\ l1\t'fI\"H

hokee Men's Bible Class, and pa-I week it plans of Mr and Mrs. Carl
In time, for 82 were present Kolstad materialize They plan to Jones JordanA 150/0 DISCOUNT TO ALL
Sunday. The last goal of 200 env' be open for business in their new
rolled is rapidly nearing attain-I plant which is located in the old February event was the wed- EX-SER'TICE MEN
meet with six new members bringing I Biyans Lumber yard office in Pa- ding of Mss Doris Jordan of Hialeah -
and Claude S. Jones of Paho- We handle fine clothes for men and womenmanufactured -
the membership up to 122'1 hokee. Mr. Kolstad was busy aU
Sixteen recently discharged servicemen I this week getting the equipment I kee which took place at the Ilia- by Herbert's. They are tailored to measure and sure
were present last Sunday, the I installed and hoped that everything ,leah Baptist Church on Feb. 10. to please. We specialize in Ladies' tailoring.
highest number thus far It is planned would be In readiness for op- I Re,". Samuel B. Jordan, father
to dedicate one class session I eration not later than Fliday or +of the bride, officiated at the I Q AL BELCIIER
In the near future in honor of the I Isen.ke Saturday of this week. i double ring ceremony Vows were

men, with recognition of -.- .. (I spoken before an altar banked BOX 876 PAHOKEE
each In a manner befitting the occasion. -I ,with palms and white gladioli and

A fish fry for "Our Bo'S"I I Circle Hears "t\frica" lighted by branched candlebra. . .. I
Is also In the offing. Discussed l\t Meet i I Given in marriage by her uncle --- -
Frank Sammons of the'
This Sunday, the teacher will Tampa
present the most timely lesson, bride wore white slipper satin with i PATRONIZE TIlE ADVERTISERS
"Af ica" the theme for the ,
was I
found low neckline. Her
-'The Land of Palestine" as a escalloped
In Joshua :1-12.. In view of the 'devotionals and program of the finger-tip veil of illusion: was I, .
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present agitation and controversy Simonson-Lair Circle, Methodist 'caught at the crown by an oval' ---- ....
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over this question, the pastor will WSCS, at a meeting at the home headband of lace. Around her neck : ----- -
speak on the origin of the Zionist ;of Mrs. Arch Blakey Monday aft- was a strand of pearls, n gift of :
movement, the Balfour mandate ernoon.Mrs. I i the bridegroom, and she carried
and the meaning of "the Bibical II R.F Hurt, assisted by Sirs.B. ,',white carnations centered with I
symbol, 'The Fig Tree". The Class I S. Waring and Mrs. Blakey, lavender orchids. Dog Racing
Quartet will present its usual outstanding was in charge of the devotionals i I Mrs. David W. Jones, sister of : .
program of three selections. -,which featured the group singing +i i the bride, was matron of honor : '
The genial president, 1.1Jaudon. of negro spirituals. Mrs. M P. land Mrs. Uceba Caruthers, sister : 'VORLD'S FASTEST .1.1I
will direct the acthitles Holman presented the program. lof the bridegroom was bride's I
It WM decided that the greeters at !Taking part were Mrs R. J. Sim- I matron. They both wore white taffeta GREYHOUNDS I
the door changed every month onson, Mrs. 11. J. Anderson, Mrs. : dresses and carried yellow
hence Messrs. Holman and \\'at. R. J. Schroder, Mrs. Joe Hatton, i iMrs. i carnations. The bride's mother,
son will pe on hand this Sunday, A. F. Rogers, Mrs. Watson Mrs.i. S. B. Jordan was attired in : IN ACTION NIGHTLY i i
and to welcome all. and Mrs. Waring. Vocal solos were I I dress of and
bright early a street-length rose I
A miss means a penalty. I sung by Mrs. R. W. Sandtrs. I white sheer rayon and her corsage (except Sundays) :

A most cordial invitation Is extended Appointed on the church flowers was of the blue glamalias. .. ; ,
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to aU (servicemen, those !committee for March were Mrs. I Vernon Jones of Belle Glade, !
In uniform, visitors and to those Hurt, Mrs. Simon n, Mrs. T. 1. i brother of the bridegroom, was ; I
unaffiliated with another Sunday Bums, Mrs. G. W. Byrd and 1Irs. I best man. Wayne Unwin was ring! Daily Double 2nd and 3rd races :, 1
School to attend and become a Waring. It was announced that bearer. Melvin Spooner and David I
of this fast growing and 1trs. Anderson and 1trs. Hatton W.
member Jones wen ILshers. Nine quiniela races :
will be hostesses at the March I
ot In this
influential group men ,. The ceremony was followed by e
and 1Irs. O. B. McClure I ;
community, not to mention the meeting I a reception at the home of the ;,I .I
:;tntt'. To those who enjoy the and Mrs. Schrod, at the April bride's parents at 149 \\'. 12th St., u ww II I
fellowship of men, especially in i mt't'ting. I llial'ah. Miss Sylvia Ogden pre-
1I0nill d ri'emuch good In I ... sided at the bride's book and Miss No minors admitted : I Ii
the song service conducted by R.I i. Sarah Lan ford served at the
"( 1\1: I'fi LIBtnTr" i I
Cowart. The class meets Sundays ,tabll" WvWW I
1:45: Lions Building.Memorial : After n short wedding trip on
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--- picture the FAct Coast. Mr. and Irs. All under
racing state racing
Service :' will be presented on the program Jones are now at home in Pahok'e.
of the Pahokee Parent- ---- -..
For Robert Folsom, Jr.A Teacher Association at the March omJ.\sn: or R\I"-I commission supervision
meeting to be held in the school The orJi\nce of Baptism will be j I I ,
n1\01on:11 'nict' for S-Sgt. auditorium Monday, lar. t. at S administered at the Canal Point (I' I II I
Robert Foknn. Jr., who was kiIlt p. m. 11rs. Frances Harlow, program Baptist Church on Sunday fi : I
in action in France on Msr 2, chairman win also present Relative to this ordinance ht.1 PALM BEACH ; 1
1945. will be held at the Baptist a girls glee l dub which Is to sing Pastor will speak
Church in Lake Harbor on Sunday.Mar. two numbt'rs. "S.1lute the nal:" "Baptism and its meaning."
3. at 11 s. m. He\ C. L. and "Amt'rica, the Ikautiful." ----.. -_ I KENNEL CLUB
l.'r01tnb will to 1n charge ot the President Carl A. Yobtrgill preside I 1.. 1t Mullis. Jr.. who has been
ser ice. :1t the business and appoint visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. I OppoUf Mt.rri'llto Meld i
Sgt. Folsom was the husband ot a committee to nominate new of- Morgan ru1Us, in P&hoktt' for 00 Brhedere liaui11'e : i
the former Iina IItndtrtM of Pa- ficers. Preceding the regular the past two months left Friday +t Palm peach J
hokee and brother-in-law of Vinson meeting the PTA executive board to resume his studies at the Urdversity I
Jlt'ndt'r11ln also ot Pahoket i -- - LL- - -- -- --- -
will med at 7 P. M. 1 of Denver in C>loMLdo. ,\. &:
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Friday March I, 1946 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Page Three

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State Sells Million OP A Says Cherokee! -

Life On The Campus Dollars Worth LandTALLAHASSEEThe ,

., i State of : .

I Florida, which is its own biggest i
The Seniors have received their I State LegislatorsTALLAHASSEEThe West PaInt Beach
landowner, sold more than a million -
cards and are engaged in the traditional !
dollars worth of its
exchange Finally, each
student will have the card of every to private individuals and firms Office of Tell Us Your Needs. 'Ve Handle:
classmate-tangible remInders of last year Price Administration, charging violation -
those who live senior Competitive bidding from devel- Underwood Typewriters
in memories I of rent ceilings during the
opers and farmers at every cabi- Marchant Calculators
.1945 legislative session, Monday
net meeting frequently became
Now that the war Is over, the Sunstrand
I filed suit in United States Adding Machines
Miami Herald is again sponsoring spirited with prices ranging from district
The Herald Spelling Bee The $3 an acre on some swamp lands I court here seeking triple refunds Ediphone Voice Writing Equipment

contest is open to Junior High and I.to $1700 an acre for a small island amounting to $16,802 from the Mimeographs

Elementary School students, sub- I.I in the keys.lcame I Cherokee hotel. Filing Cabinets
ject to qualifying factors of age from 1945 sales of land OPA enforcement attorneys sub-
and local conditions By, or on I which reverted to the State for : mitted affidavits from four members Steel Desks R Tables

April 17, a representative of the delinquent taxes under the Murphy of the legislature and named Aluminum Chairs
Pahokee school will be chosen to I Act That brought total Murphy II III 21 others in the list of guests the Steel Safes
represent the school in the county Act land receipts since 1940, when hotel is alleged to have overcharged -

elimination contest in West Palm I sales darted, to more than $3,000- for rooms We suggest that you send 'us your order so that we may

Beach at a date to be announced 000. The affidavits were from Sen.S. notify you as our stocks come in. .
later Winners of contests, I . D Clarke of MonticelJo, president -
county ----- ----
in addition to cash prizes, will gO desigate of the 1947 senate; Expert repairing and overhauling all types and makes
to Miami to compete for a trip to Peak Season Hits Sen. Edwin G. Fraser of MaccJen- o'f office machine3 Our repair department will be glad

Washington with all expenses paid. Miami Tourist Area ny, Rep. Harold L. Gilmore of to give you an estimate All work guaranteed.

This contest is for everyone- Suwannee county and Rep. C. W. J

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enter it with spirit. You may not The tourist Peters of Vade -
be the best speller in your class, MIAMI greatest The OPA bill of complaint said
season in Florid3'S history will Rep Peters and Sen. Clarke had --------- -
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but there Is time though for
you I
reach its peak this week in 1liami"
to make some one "really spell" In has been charged $6 a day between PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERS
The last week in February
2 and 31 for double
order to eliminate And if you I April May
you. :
and most
long been the busiest
rooms on which the ceiling was
determined enough,
are you
crowded of all the season It and that Sen. Fraser
$5.50 day,
be the v.inner Let's have a I a -
champion-the school will be comes each year with the running and Rep Gilmore had paid $5 a
of the $50,000 Widener classic
during the same period for
proud of you-not to mention the day I
I scheduled for Saturday at Hiali'ah.
town of Pahokee and your family ; rooms with a ceiling of $3 a day.
Prof. O. P. Hart, Miami research
Try! You have everything to gain, Claims of overcharges for the Tlierinic Jugs I
director, that the Greater
says covered the bill
spelling correctly many words, for I entire period by
Miami area has an excess popula-
example, and nothing to lose. I of complaint, including several
tion of 235,176 which is 30 !
.. -- persons weeks before the legislature con-
I percent higher than any previous vened, ranged from 50 cents to \Ve have just received a shipment oftwo

Ramie Mill To Bf season. $240 for the long list of guests
I Dade County hag 32,849 hotel named. I gallon Thermic Jugs with faucet I

Erected it Zellwool rooms which accomodate some 41,. I The total amount ot overcharges priced at $6.60
I 000 guests, apartments housing accounts alleged was $5,600.75. The OPA
spur I
Located on track of the for 131,090 another -
persons asked the court to assess triple I
Seaboard RaIlway about one.quartrr 29,579 are in rooming houses damages against the hotel plus the 'Ve have a good assortment of 7oltI -
mile west of ZeUwood rallroad and well
over 22,000 are in private cost of distributing the moneyamong 'I
station, a ramie textile mill will I homes. Despite repeated warnings the guests.Tallahassee I age Regulators at economy prices.
begin to take shape early in March'this : from the Chamber of Commerce, room rents came under I
year when construction will optimistic tourists are arriving fire during the legislature

be launched by Ramie Mills of day without having made resen'a- when members of the house voted I 'Vizard 10,000 mile Spark Plugs at :
Florida, In(, I tions. It has become a common themselves bonuses of $240 apiece
This important new enterprise sight to see well.dressed people for the session to take care of ex- 3k: each for all popular cars.
-which has both local and national I sleeping in the parks or in parked tra expenses that were not covered II I

int'rest-will pioneer in a potentially -i cars. by their $6 daily salant's. The supreme .
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huge industry by exploiting : court held the action in- I I
for the first time In this Na- ;

Uon's history integrated operation Founders Program I valid.Rep. Peters unsuccessfully sponsored Western Auto Associate Store I

in the combined growing, han't'st-I it Rollins College a bill to appropriate funds
lng, processing and spinning of I of state hotel
II for construction a
ramie, a fibre old in history and I WINTER PARK -- The RolJinsl I that legislators might occupy rent- I. M. LAID Owner P PAILOKEE FLA. I

famed for its tensile strength and ; College Animated Magazine came I free ruling sessioM. II

other qualities I to life for the 19th year last sun- Julius Parker, attorney for the
The product will be shoe thrt'ad'' day afternoon on the college hotel operators, said in a state-

with an initial estimated product us with a. five..star list of ment Monday after the suit was
Ion of approximately 10,000 tors headed by Greer contribu.1 filed that "the hotel did in 1945

pounds per 40.hoursIlk.. Richard : Gen Carlos P. what the OPA approved in 1913."
Whitney of 14 Beacon St., ': commissioner of the Philippines "Since 1931 to my knowledge,"

Boston, Mass., and Mount Plymouth I I to the U. S., Soo Yong Huang, Parker said, 'the hotel had rented
Fla., is president and director Chinese actress and Bob Feller, rooms to lobbyists, such as the as- 1
of the corporation. i Cleveland Indians' pitcher. sociation of county officials, on a
Mr. Whitnt'y stated that it is :I The event was the highlight of !basis whereby the room wa left BEANS'I

planned to pour the foundations the: GIst Pounders' Week program I i at tte complete disposal of the
for the plant at ZellwOOtl early in :and attracted about 10.000 subscribers '. renter, tied up for the full 60-day

March. It is expected that carding largest number since the legislative period.
combing: drawing and twisting start of the war. The thirteen contributors 1 I I "In 1943, we caned it to the at- I
machinery will be placed In I; to the magazine rt'adI tention of OPA and received a
the completed building and manu- their manuscript from a canopied specific order allowing it. Just a-!I lI

facturing launched sometime in platform that served as the {edi ter the legislature at 1945 started I

July, !I tonal office and the subscribers' Mr. Allen Stiles, sr., manager of j I
I ----------..- i,sat out doors on bleachers and :.the hotel, had a serious heart attack I

camp stoolg. I I'I I: and was prevented from filing -
To Train Crew
'I President Hamilton Holt, originator :, a petition with OPA on rents
Of Gator Fighters of the magazine, served as ::during the legislature because of

I editor, with Dr. Fin O. Grover, :I his critical condition." I
ot Rollins, the :,I .-
OCAt.A -Gil woolworth, Cormrr vice president as rme

amateur wrestler} and swimming :I publisher. .... I Teachers Of S. S. ller !
instructor at Daytona Beach jea4 r
Is ht'instraint'd: by Ross Allen," Four Veterans .Arc i Hold Business Meet

owner and operator of Ross AlIi'n's ,
Reptile Institute. at S I 1 v e r Welcomed By Lions Teachers and officers of the DS AtT Ml14Mt
Springs, to wrestle} big alligators First Baptist Sunday school held a
under water.Because I Pahokee Lions at their Tuesday business meeting at the church Kryoc

of expanding business, luncheon meeting welcomed asI : Monday night with O. O. Gilbert,
Allen finds It impossible to continue I new members Slater Brewton, superintendent, prt'siding. Preceding -
Robert M. iMikei Sanders, Arthur All the advantages O 1
his alligator wrestling exhibitions the business a 'overed.dish CR
for motion picture producers Larrimore and H. P. Holman, all 'I supper was enjo'edith Mrs. Greenland cryolite 11Ct E
.. SEC
and underwater photo raph'rs. 'of whom are veterans of World Willie Kemp and Ir.s. F. G. Gillisin N i
I High degree o' control) at leonomical -
but wants to perpetuate this phase War n. charge of arrangements Guests +
ot his activities by having WtlI- I President Jess M. Elliott appointed were fit\ Dawson of Cle\\iston, cost

trained perfonners a\'ailablt" Because L. V. l1cCl lIand, Roy Se- Rl'\ t. E. Inlow of Belle Glade andRe '
Not acutely toxic to man, cattle ,,,, ; ,
ot Woodworth's previous experience grcf and Jimmy Wilson cn a committee \'. J. R. Heller of Canal Point. .
Allen believes that he to investigate and perhaps The group voted to meet regularly or other animals ,, .ry::'

will ht- able to put on an outstandtng furnish information to a northern every fourth Monday f\'ening. combination .
. Available or
exhibition of wrestling alligators :firm that has expressed a desire A
with or sulphur
under water. I to establish a country club fl'Crea- WU1.n n.\r or 1"rr. copper y---v
..._. if desired
-- tlon center in the Pahokee.Canal DDT
I ,
"',\J.}:' F:11.1 N C1<: Point 3rt"a. There will be a special World I I
I Mr. Elliott gave a report on the Day of Prayer Service for the Pahoke ; ACRICULtURAl hEMlCAU DIVISION INSECTICIDES

Mrs. Lillian Pad t'tt and Mrs. O.O. Lions zone meeting held in Belle Elementary School under ;! PIN rs S Y L Y A H I A SALT ,0.w.ve4oUsiaspsy
Gilbert. room mothers entertained Glade on Sunday and announced the direction at Mrs. \I. R. Heller: ; MAN tirlJC tU1rNa. C '1 /ANI tf /"rrkrnarNe' r.a
at the Woman's Club ree that the next lions zone meeting on Friday, March 5 at 1:00 P. Min u.1I4.4 1r T.w I ..tsa.doa

l"t'ntlyith Valentine dance for ,will bt held in Pahoket on April 1.I the High: School Auditorium. An +mol tp6pwitIMl /U4CiP.P&A.r.N. II,.,IInIl.II.tl., .. h,
.... ..... "'"tt '.' ,rrthaedrk.udi..r...
members of the PahokN' Hlsh I Visitors were J. K. Baker of interesting program is being pla.1. i :"' ;;::11' :
School tenth grade. The Valentine Belle Glade, G. O. Sc.hroJer of ned. Parents and friends are cordially : r---v@ ."'- ...,, :::: w.u.r.by.wlut Aer.

motif was used In clubhouse decorations. Philadelphia, Pa., Dan Carpenter, invited to attend this Service ..
Refreshments were served ', E. Rice and James Barnes, and to remain for the High 'j f(.rid. Arc.1htreI s."..i G.pay
by the hostesses: to approxi- I" guest from the Pahcktf I'School program which follows at I Tko Iileort SH4 C,.,..,
mately 45 guests. School. ::00 P. Y. --


Page Four The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, March 1, 19-16

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Community Chest Devil Cagers Get I Fee Officials Show .

50-50 Break In Two : If Yon Have Cattle To Sell

Idea Gaining Games On Week End Earning For Year

ImpetusPahokee I schedule In the the last Pahokee two games Blue of Devil their i In Annual Report or Need Slaughter House Facilities

cagers defeated the Bell Glade I ContactRANGEIJNE

Members of the Pahokee Wom- Rams on the local court Friday Annual earnings reports submit-
night, 41 to 3-1, and came out on
an's Club at a luncheon meeting ted to the County Commission FARMS
the short end of a 39 to 23 score
Tuesday voted to cooperate with at Boynton Beach on Monday Monday morning by six county fee

other civic organizations in the night of this week. The Blue Devils offices showed a total of more Star Route 106 West Palm Beach
of a movement to estab-
support .were bracketed to play the Fort than a third of a million dollars re-
Chest for the
lish Community
do- i Pierce Eagles in the Class B, Dis- ceived during last year from the
Pahokee-Canal Point area. A
:trict A Basketball Tournament in county, other government agen- 'I
commission -
nation to the city park
,Fort Lauderdale on Thursday even- cies, and individuals.
was also voted by the group. PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERS
ing of this week. Amounts reported earned by six
Mrs. B. J. Barwick, president,
appointed Mrs. Tolly Youngblood Pahokee won eight and lost 10 offices totaled $343,833.49. out ot I ,
chairman of the committee to raise i games of its IS-game schedule. which $261,285.40 was reported expended I II
This year's basketball team, under in salaries, earnings, and I I i
funds for the repair of the club- i
house. Mrs. Youngblood succeeds I the tutelage of Coach Steve Brown, expenses, and i6.548.09 was listed ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO : I II
i faced the toughest schedule and as due the county.
Mrs. JI T. Williams who resigned.
Local members planning to at- I attracted the largest crowds of Each county officer is permitted I We wish to thank our many friends in the Glades for the I
Federation meet- : any quintet in the history of high to retain a percentage of fees business which they have given us in the past and for their 'j
tend the County ,
understanding and helpful attitude toward the
collected up to a maximum of us during I
S'chooJ. Considering the fact that I .
Belle Glade on Mar. 1 were
ing in years while we were mainly engaged in the preparation and
Devils had to do aU their $1,500 as his salary.
the Blue
to contact Mrs. R. J. Schroder I
asked maintenance of Airfields for the Army and Na\')'.
for reservations by Mar. 5. "practicing and the playing of Reports listed are from Circuit I
home on the undersized Clerk J. Alex Arnette, Tax Collec- Once again we are able to resume peacetime operations and
i games ,
and Mrs.B.
Mrs. Norman Kennedy I
offer the efficient and courteous service which it
tor Stetson O. Sproul, Tax Assessor -
I court at the local they ended
Elliott of the public'welfare gym I
James M. Owens, Jr.. Sheriff has been our endeavor to render in the past. The service we
committee were in charge of I the season with a very creditable offer is complete, from landscape designing to a finished I
John Kirk, Judge Richard
luncheon arrangemf'nts. Guests I record in the eyes of local basket-I County I planting job. Our Nurseries are stocked with a wealth of :
I P. Robbins, and Criminal and
were Mrs. G. O. Schroder of Philadelphia : ball fans. 100'ely.trees, shrubs, vines, potted plants etc. awaiting yourselection. I
County Courts Clerk J, Louie "
The three high-score men on .
Pa., Mrs. W, P. Nason, ; I '

Mrs Wilson.Billy Rogers Mrs. and Rupert Mrs. Mock Johnny I'I''Hatfield Coach Brown's, forward team, 180 were points Kyle in Carter.Heading the list for gross in- 'j, appreciate We invite you your to continued stop in and business visit us at any time and will :; ,

will be in charge of arrangements 16 games; Donald Smith center come reported was the circuitclerk's E. TINSLEY HALTER, President. '
at the next luncheon meeting on I 118 points in 11 games and Wilbur office, with receipts totaling I'
Mar 12.Rauiie, I Geiger guard, 117 points in 15 $91,003:5, out of which $75- NURSERIES: 1100 Southern Boulevard (Route No. 25 at 1 I

. I ames. Total points netted by 557.59 was used in salaries, earn- City Limits), West. Palm Beach, Florida !
ings, and and $$16,446. I
other players through the season expenses II I I II II
Industry Is were a9 follows: Walker, 22 in 14 turned over to the county I I I
games: Daniels, 14 in 14 games; Second place was held by the

Carr, 20 in 9 games: Dart, 7 in 11 tax collector's office, with gross

In DoubtfulStage games; Baker, 1 in 10 games; receipts totaling $$85,475.83, out of I.

Dickson, 2 in 8 games; GiJIis, 2 in which $36,009.06 was reported due .
6 games: Howell, 2 in 6 games and the county and choolboard, and I

Capital Men Think Shirley', 3 in 3 games. The Blue I $49,466.11 retained or expended in I .
- Devils did well in converting bask- salaries and other expenses. $11- I Ilolllogellizett I
ets from free throws, making 102 163 of excess fees is due school i
WASHINGTON Department point out of 221 attempts, or 46 board and $24,845.41 due the
of Agriculture officials say that per cent. county VitUlllil1 D Milk
after 50 of
years recurring en-
Coming third was the tax assessor's -
thusiasm in Florida about -- --- '
office, with receipts total- I
Ing ramie, the industry 1.1 still in 8.89 $52I I
World Day Of ing $69,8 out of which
the experimental stage 359.38 retained --o-
was or expended .
Most hopeful angle to current Prayer March 8I
and $17,489 turned back to the : I
optimism is that several com- I county. AVAILABLE AT YOUR ii i:
(.anle3-Including U S. Sugar I Friday, March 8th is the World The sheriff's office reported a I

are putting some money into it in I Day of Prayer as it is the first total of $61,193.48 collected, out GROCERY STORE ;:
determined effort to whether I
R see Friday of Lent. Many observ- of which $1,123.89 was turned over
It will work.Although ances will be held in homes, to the county and $60,069.59 re- I
too early to tell, officials school and churches throughout ported as salaries and expendi- -0--0-
believe that these experi- the State of Florida. Again, this tures.

ments undoubtedly will s how i' }'ear, the citizens of Canal Point The county Judg-e's office reported -
whether the ramie i n d u s try and Pahokee will hold their obI I 25217.61 in gross receipts
through use of machinery can be I n'ance in the Pahokee High and turned $3,252.37 over to the frLFPhone '
placed on basis of economic competition i'I School Auditorium at 2 p. m. with county, reporting $21,965.2t in salaries -
with the cotton industry Mrs. J. R. York serving as Chair- and expenses. :

even on a minor scale. There 13 man for the service. The Pahokee Criminal Court Clerk J. Louie I

no doubt it grows well in Florida Service has been so outstanding' Carter's office, which also serves I
Glades lands but not very well in that from to the lead- court Fla
year year as clerk of the county reported 20 Belle Glade, ;
Bandy soilOfficials I er's handbook, which is distributed a total of $11,093.93 collected I
have evidence of ramie I throughout the world has carried in fees out of which $1- !

promotion going hack fiG years suggestions for other communities 521.10 was turned over to the , -- I
lut fibre has never been produced to pattern their planning after the county as its share of the earn-
in any appreciable quantity sen'ir's arranged by Irs. J. R. ing3.
Being more expensive with fla. York with the cooperation of students ___ _. .JJ -- t i...

The new wrinkle is an effort to teachers, clergymen, Mayor I IO.
Calls hex GreenState's
use machinery. Main source of n. McClure and other businessmen
ramie hu been China where cheap I of the community. Poorest Sport'The
hand labor Is used. This country i The theme of the service for this Prince Theatre

couldn't compete with that, past i year is 'The Things that rake for Delray Beach News carried

experiments have proved. I Our Peace." the following comment anent Lex
In the past manufacturers have The beautiful seven hundred
Green and his campaign for U. S. PAIIOKEE, FI.OIUn\
apparently found that flax was year old prayer of St. Francis ot I Senate: "Lex Green, who qual-
easier to work I Assisi will bt- used as the call to I ified as the state's poorest port
To sum it up past efforts haven'tworked I prayer and will be repeated by theearth's in his bitter statement in 19B following -
.Uh 1916SundayMonday
and officials here havedoubts many voices in numerous ,
I' his defeat for governor,
about present one I languages around the world. .
___A. _._ now wants to be U. S. Senator
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The Sentinel-Star of Orlando says

Business Meet For Belle Glade Plans some things about Green in a re-
cent issue . IoGod help Florid
Missionary Union New Street "YOU CAME i\LONG"
Lights if that fellow ever goes back to

\\'ashinJton. He is insincere, Robert Cummings and Lizabeth Scott
A business meeting of the First For several weeks this city has without courage, without ability-

Baptist 1\'MU was held at the been discussing in its official I just a political parasite. But

church Monday afternoon. Plans .! circles the possibility ot securing a t withal Lex the Green, flowing tie, '
for organizing a young woman's city manager and increased street I iJe-burns, and all is a nice fellow. Tuesdar.\\ ednesday

auxiliary were announced. Read lighting. !topes for the extra ;' Nice and neutral: sort of nambypamby. "
at the meeting was a letter of candlepower on local streets have A sort of political Mr.Milquetoast. "IIOLL\T'YOOD ClNTEEN"A

thanks from the Baptist Chi1dr n's been upped by several watts with : This old hokum and j A \\ Brog", All-Star Review
Home In Arcadia, 3cknowlt'dgeing the announct'mnt of District ran- : fla -wa\'lng on the stump was alright !
the $ O.50 donation made> to the alter P. Paul deMoya at the FlorIda when this state was growing I '

home by the local WMU last Po\\'t'r.anJ Light company that up but now that Florida has passed I Thursdar-Frida

month. trs. Pave Young gave the prospects appear bright for an increase I the swaddling stage, we need :

report for the Business Woman' in street lighting to the ex- mrn." . These are pretty strong "FOG ISLAND"
Circle and lrs. W. A. Stevens, for tent or 135 per 'tnt. word but it is our belief that they

the Lottie Moon Circle. I The lighhn project which has i form a rather good analysis of Lex Lionel AtwelJ and George; Zucco
Mrs. J. C. Mock, president, pre- now been left with the city com- ; Green."
sided at the business and wu in mission for action anticipates adding I ___ ALSO -

charge or the devotlonals.Mr. ,4 standards and will increase I II The Canal Point Methodist
___ __ I \.OU Cl'T 'YITIIOUT LOVE"Vera
the light bill for the community to ; Woman's Society of Christian
and Sfrs. Elmer Mills had SZ6j.:? Addition of the new stan &nce11 meet at the home of Lynn and Donoalt1 Stewart
as a guest over the weekend her d.lrdill bring the number ot Mrs. Juhan Hicks on Tuesday

mother, Irs. It W. Andrews, ot street lights to a total of 129. Mar. 5, at 2 p. m. frs. A. R. liarrington i t
Plant Cit).. i Cost of installation of the new i president, will be 1:1 Saturday
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light standards will be ab8orbed' charge of the busint-ss.
crl. and tl'8. James W. Wood by the rower company if the city I --. .. I "SAX FERNANDO rALLEr"

'ho have been visiting rtlsti\'t's In : enters into a new 10-year( contract Mrs. r. A. Harris of Starke Is i
I>.l.1i l.:1On, C nn.. and Lyons, G.1. : to the effect immediately following spending the week in Pahokef with 1 Roy Rogers and Dale Evans

for the put six weeks: returned II the IS months which the prtS- her &on.In.law and daughter! Mr'j

to Pahokt't' on Tuts\ )'. ent agreement has trur.. and Mr!. H. L. SPf'tr.

Friday, March I, 1946 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Page FiveHOME

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Scheduled I I Tn. nRr AIR ,
Banquet I Ii
I LAKELAND Six thousand
For Church Workers ,:pounds i of sun-ripenE'd Florida I

From The I strawberries were available for I Lions Club of P ahokee i i'rill
Next Friday night, March 8. Detroit breakfast tables last Friday I
WAR Baptist Sunday School workers morning just eight hours aft- i

and pupils will enjoy a banquet ,er they were loaded aboard a plane : receive bids for its building and lot adjoining :

Pvt. H. P. Holman received his at the Cle\\iston Inn. P.e,". J. ,for the inaugural flight of an ; the Bank of Pahokee, with frontage on S.
discharge from the Army Air Richard Heller Pastor of the Can aerial fresh fruit express service,
E. First of 28.95
feet and
Corps last Friday at Camp Bland- al Point Baptist Church and Superintendent ,,between Lakeland and northern average
ing and has arrived in Pahokee to of Baptist Sunday I markets.A depth of 80 feet. All offers must be for cash and

join his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. School work around the Lake, and I IRe new company the Florida- dispatched to reach the Secretary of the Club not

P. Holma\ He was in the service ,". A. D. Dawson, the Associational !Fresh Air Express, transported the later than 7:00: P. M. E. S. T. March 5, 1946 at the
42! years and spent one year in worker of Palm.Lake As- :first cargo over the 1,050 miles
the Pacific. He plans to join his sociation and Pastor at the Hookers :from Lakeland to Detroit. Two Lions Club Building in Pahokee, Florida at which

father in conduct of the business Point mission in Clewiston, ;chain stores in Detroit featured time the various bids will be considered br the

ot M. P. Holman, Inc. are in charge of arrangements. : the airborne strawberries to shoppers Board of Directors.
The banquet will be a climax to who trudged through four

Cpt. Roy O'Neil, son at Irs. w. the recent visitation program i inches of snow to buy them. I
. The Directors of the Club the
to j
A. Maxey ot Pahokee, received his wherein all the Churches met in'' reserve right

discharge from the Army at Camp individual meetings for the adoption i Nazarene Church To reject any and all bid5. ,

Blanding on Feb. 15 and arrived of a plan of work for 1946. i Have Re\yival __ _ i iI i
in Pahokee last Saturday. He was The visitation team consisted of I I
in the service three years and those above mentioned plus Rev. i
three months. C. A. Moberg of Pahokee and Re,". Beginning Sunday March 3, :
i I. E. Enlow of Belle Glade. This I through Sunday March 17, Evan-

Cpl. Clifton L. "Tiny" Todd received -I team went into every Church I gelist W. J. Strack of Ohio will begin I PIANOS JEWELRY MUSIC
his discharge frorp the army around the Lake and met with all ,I a series of messages at theI

on Feb. 19 at Fort Dix, N. J. He the Sunday School officers and Pahokt'e Nazarene Church, with
was in the service of his Uncle teachers in those Churches. The the aid cf his unique and illuminated J. W R ASH LEYJEWELEH

for 39 months. During the past:, banquet, originally intended only 20.foot chart, surveying the Belle Glade Fla.
five months he has been engaged for those holding Baptist Sunday field of Bibieal revelation which I ,

in work at the separation center i{'I School Training Course awards, is ,brings the Word of God within the

at Fort Dbc. Prior to that he was I! this time made available to all I reach of all. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY
a gunner on a B.17 and served in I!Baptist Sunday school members. The speaker is a World War I I
Alaska. Reservations are $1.50 and are to : veteran serving overseas where he
.. be made immediately through the was gassed while crossing the I ,
Pastors or Sunday School Superin- ,Veille river. He was wounded at
New Directories Are tendents. 'I Appremont in the Argonne Forest I

Delivered] To Patrons CORONATION.SERVICE- !I drive.There will be Gospel singing and I : Canal Point Machine Works

,special number every night.
417 Arrangements are being made .. I
new telephone directories - ----
for the Ann al Coronation Service : Manufacturers Of
were delivered last week in the Pa- lot Mrs. A. J. Lowery of Glenwood
hokee and Canal Point area, it has the Canal Point Missionary Ga., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. I IRRIGATION AND DRAINAGE PUMPS
been announced by phone company ,Baptist Church. Each year a King Truce Elam in Canal Point. Mrs. i HYDRAULIC MOLE DRAINS I
and Queen are chosen on the basis
officials. In the Belle Glade and
Lowery has been here two weeks
lof their Christian life within the 'EED CHOPPERS
South 490 directories
Bay area and plans to spend several more !
church and the community. This I
were delivered to patrons. 'I weeks with the Elams before re- I
Carlton McCall, son ot Mr. II
The new directory has a gray year turning to her Georgia home. She I I i
the color !and Mrs. J. L. McCall was chosen \Ve Are Agents For '
cover same cover as pre- is a sister of Mrs. Elam.Uassifled :
vious directory due to the fact as the King with Bobby Baker and
that a different color paper could :DeIona & "

not be obtained. Officials request i Ads ANn HERCULES DIESEL MOTORS I I II
telephone users to help conserve I Jones was chosen a.s the queen I I II I
busy telephone equipment by referring -I with Patsy Ann Geiger and Lois I

to the new directory when ''Echols as her attendants. The service FOR SALE: Close in business lot. \\'E HAVE DRAG LINE CABLE IN STOCK : i
there is any doubt about the desired will take place on March 10. Two small houses in rear. 3000.
1946 in the church at 7:00: P. M. I I II
number, and by consulting
See Dan Carpenter Pahokee, Fla I {,
the directory before calling "Infor- ,The public Is cordially invited to
Jan. 23ch CANAL POINT PHONE 531-. O. BOX 466 !
mation" for a number. i attend the service. '
... -- I -----.... --- GREASE TRAPS and septic tank; I

Jir and Mrs. James McElroy Ensign Francis X. McNamara of cleaned and repaired. See Bob !
and children of Canterbury, N. H, Haverhill, ra.s., arrived In Paher .Douthit, Pahokee, Fla. l.lt-ch.
have returned to their home after kee Friday to spend some time as - --- -- - ----- -- OUT OF IIIO FOR USE IN I !
n.\IHO HEP.\Ilt All makes
spending the past couple of weeks the guest of his sistE'r. Miss Bar- : excellent TilE GLADES
with Mr. and Mrs. Osceola Upthe- bara McNamara, a teacher in Pa- I I workmanship. We will
grove In Canal Point. hokee high school. please you. Culbreth Repair Shop I
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I at Mrs. lIewfll's in Canal Point on
- Lake Front Road. MSpdl'Olt II
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K\U':: A four room house
close in. Can give immediate
, ,, ',<<
posse ion. 3000. Some terms SPRING IS

Phone 2571, Dan Carpenter Paho- IE.\XS MOUSEPainting
"/kur kt't', Fla. 8t F 15ch
\\'.\ : Two good insurance
SaIC3Ir.(>n. Between the ages at

( Telephone Directory Has Been Delivered! 21 and 35 to work debits at Pa-1

hokel', Belle Glade, or Clewis ton.
They must have a car. Phone 515, !
or write, C. A. Batchelor, Box I
A, Pahokee, Fla. St 2-22ch I

FOR S.\U:: 1941 thrE'e-quarter !
ton, Dodge. four by four Pick-I I For manyyears past we have been handling the I I

I up with stake body. Cash $650. I fine line of I II
'New three-quarter ton Granite

f' trailer, complete with hitch, couplings Glidden Paints And Varnishes j

wiring and tail lamp. $225.
:Phone 2371 or 2291. Christian and those who have used them for both exterior I i

Chevrolet Co., Pahokee Fla. and interior purposes have 'found them most sat- I I
5t. 2-22-ch factory.i A home fixed up with GLIDDEN

FOR S.\I.t : 19t1 Ford piCk p. PRODUCTS can sure be fitted up nifty and at. : I
Your old directory is now out of date; Use the new directory tracti\"e" ;
Very god condition. Christian I
just delivered as it includes the additions ancJ changes in Chevrolet Company, Pahokee. I

listings made since the last directory was printed. 31.46--ch.1V.1NTFI-.- ------- St.I' More Cooking Ware ''I
Avoid calling from memory! If you do not know a number CHE\". :MECIIA't1CS. ALSO I
1 A long looked for shipment of aluminum and :
or if you are in doubt, you can sore time and get better BODY PAINT 11AN. PHONE OR
cooking utensils have now been received
WRI1E. W. W. Barnes, Pahokt't'.
service by consulting your new directory for all listed sub- Fla. Phone :371! Christian Chevrolet and from this supply you may find the articles

scribers. Cell information only for numbers not listed in Company Pahoket. St.3.I.cb you have long desired.

the directory. W.\STtn: House or apartment in Among other new stock arriving will be Picking:

Pahoket' or Canal Point. Phone Basket,. G. E. Light Bllbs. all sizes, Twenty-Gal-

314 1. Henderson Texaco Service Ion Galvanized Buckets, Lanterns Waste Paper
SAVE DIRECTORIES AND SAVE PAPER Station Pahoket. 5t. 3-1-ch. Baskets, Toilet and Kitchen Brushes.We .

Here is how you can help: W.\STtU: A male 0- ftmalt'I I are playing and will take future deliver
bookkeeper Or. a girl 1r aserrrtar Jrdt'rs for the famed line of I\eh'inator Ranges

Protect your directory against damage and see that it Geiger :: bra I IPahoker tm'' Hpfrwpratlr 1eJ Pemco Hot Water Heater
I -tt uron
is not misplaced

s \1.1::. tc TWt'ntV"-rlt

Six The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday, March I, 19t6

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of a gadget called a "tail catcher". I Orlando Expects

This is a device on the end of a
TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY harpoon shaft which literally : Record Crowds At I I I ( I

casts a noose around the fish's tail. I II Florida
t Exposition
I In the hands of an expert har-

I poonist, the playful porpoise hasn't !r
ORLANDO With attendance I ip
(By Russell Kay) I a chance. Powerful as a bull in i
records being broken at the Fonda -
.. the water, they become quite docile
I State Victory Fair in Tampa
While Marine Studios, Florida'sunique when landed. Carefully wrapped i two weeks ago and record crowds
in wet blankets they can be
located 18 miles
attraction, I attending both the Sara-de-Sota
out of water without harm
south of S1. Augustine on the I kept pageant in Sarasota and the Florida -
for several hours as they are mammals -
ocean, will not open until March Orange Festival in Winter
and breathe the same as hu-
I, what has been going on around P Haven last week, Orlando is ex-

there for the past month or so is ,man beings They are almost hu- pecting to play host to the largest
I I man and quickly adapt themselves
interesting. crowds in its history as visitors
to their new surroundings They
When war came and highways I I come in for the colorful Central
about the same intelligence
leading to Marine Studios were I possess Florida Exposition, which opened
as a dog and soon learn to respond
. closed to travel, it was necessary here on Monday.A .
I and to
the dinner call recognize
to close the attraction. With the I national record was set in
their attendants.
exception of the man-eating Tampa two weeks ago for attendS
'I Reaction to captivity
species of sharks, barracuda and ance at a Stat Fair. Thousands \ NI
I Some fish make themselves perfectly -
moray eels, which were destroyed of spectators attended the Sara-
at home on their arrival atI :>. 6
all other specimen were released I de-Sota pageant in Sarasota last ;
I I the studios and appear happy and
from the huge tanks which have week and final tabulation on attendance -
contented while others sulk, go on
and boarded I at the Florida r-n
remained empty up I' figures
Ii hunger strikes and continually
since June I, 19t2. i I Orange Festival in Winter Haven =
with the other specimen
Grantland Rice Sportlight crew the tanks. !showed that more than 100,000 t E'! fS""CUl.Si
had vis i; t e d Florida's
short persons
filmed the releasing a The lives and loves of fishes are r \ large
entitled "Let 'em GoAlive" greatest citrus show. p tinets, 1
subject mysterious and many, but here in DM'iObl
actual release i With thousands of visitors com- undslresh.\I
showing the I this amazing "City ot Fish" asI ".. can ;
ing in to Orlando daily to attend lave pse 'ar 1 chili powder -
of some 15,000 fish. I Robert L Ripley terms it, their 1\tC!>E ;
the special events at the Central non; sprig par-
Before the studios could be re- peculiar way of life is fast be- Sp.l11sh eplcok 1
I Florida exposition, featuring ex- gteen ]? fat golden -_
opened, it was necessary to start coming public knowledge. For 5 stices cubes t. alight
: fruit coax slices'
hibits of Florida' livestock all
from scratch and restock the huge : her live the Bluebeards, the Greta salt: 5tn. with salt and slices. onion of
I industries it is cr toP
tanks with thousands of fish of all Garbos and the Tommy Manvilles and vegetable Stlnn\tle fl flora place Popp ed gar lie on a1th
another record will be U.t.
varieties. This task was left to : of the ocean depths. And here I' that t ti brown 'n pork : d rely c1lOPP 5pn. gle to taste for
established before the closing day and 350'3i5diced
Arthur F McBride, curator of the j through portholes of the world's I Ion Saturday.i p1 in tomatoes: ., tnOdera ovenh toasted sal. _

studios and to Captain Wm B. largest "Oceanarium" thousands i i fillets; \30Uder, Sake r'r oven-hOt the U.vonte. =

Gm I of visitors may once again observe ii i --.. A chili' ...;nutes.. Scrve vorite salad: and _
Operating with a specially de- the strange panorama of deep sea j 25 to 30 -- fr.w.;. a ": Serves 6.

signed boat and equipment, Capt. i life as it really exists in the liquid County's Growth i tines. \C..ell dnn. ,.-Ja1 Beet. ..r.:>.00 Florida.John for tbis B.

Gray has been cruising the waters depths of the oceans. re"ionl. h1S mai'.cd your _

of the Atlantic, Gulf and Carib- I Officials report that everything Will Be Shown Thrui i' J.\X liieod Da.o)ton3.tonal Beach rccipe. send If ns pub'cccllcnt

bean, gathering fish of every kind I is in readiness for the reopening rco suggestion{ its use.

and description which have been lof the studios on March 1. Some- e'Yion l C01pr1 1 5be :lld X Drcw7rgL

transferred to their new home in thing like 20,000 specimens have Industry Exhibit I = t Ned' S.r.;): Fccil'Florida.. editor, J..

the giant Oceanarium at Marine- been secured and visitors will find i j Address' sonvtUe.Co .
land. f it an attraction different from .,

It is no ordinary fishing expedition ,anything they have ever before A manufacturers exhibit, jointly -

No baited hooks are used. i encountered and one well worth sponsored by the West Palm
These fishermen have studied the sfeing. Beach Chamber of Commerce and

habits of fish for years. They ; a... II the Palm Beach County Resources I

hunt him out in his own home. Development Board, will be held at

Spend some time gaming his con- i the Armory in West Palm Beach = 1 1
fidt'nce. Feed him tem ting mor- : Library from Friday March 1st., through i

sel l and then at the opportune 60 New Volumes Thursday March 7th.

time catch him in traps or nets. I The Industrial Comruittees of

The larger varieties such as por- I The library at Pahokee high both organizations assure the public -

poises, sharks and morays call for of a fine exhibition of the pro-
school is richer by 60 volumes
different tactics. For bait 10 'I ducts manufactured in Palm Beach

pounds of horsemeat Is used. I through the courtesy of an anonymous County. On opening night the

Sharks are hooked, quickly drag- donor, according to Librar- (I i program will be officiated by Ed

ged to the boat and Imprisoned 'ian Mrs. Frank Colson. Fifty vol- 'F. Stump of the Chamber of Corncoerce.

in a well In the back of the boat. I ume.s were "Chronicle of America", I Mayor Stanley Peeler otI

On arrival at the studios, the specimen -land 10 volumes were "Pageant of West Palm Beach will officially
; I
is hoisted with block and America. present the greetings and music

tackle, riding a short of breeches Mrs. R. J. Schroder, Mrs. Frank will be furnished by the Palm

bouy, to be dumped unceremon- ''Rozelle and 111'9. G. B. Ramey re-I Beach High School Band. The pro-

iously into the big tank. But be- I cently donated a 19 volume set gram for the balance of exhibit

fore the transfer to his new perm- ;"The World Book Enc 'clopedia" to I will be:

anent home, he is carefully examined the library. Ii Saturday, March 2nd, Lake gparkllflg00Iden

to make sure he is in good : The recent donations brought the ,Worth.Delray Beach Night. Music

health and carries no disease that total in the high school library to I by the Lake Worth High School a"

would endanger other inmates. ,,3800 volumes and the elementary,1 Band. I Beer!

Porpoises are captured by means i:library has 1100 volumes. I Sunday afternoon, March 3rd.

Belle Gladt'-South Bay Day, Music ,
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.,. i Band. a -
I Sunday evening, March 3rd. Pahekee : el
dinner _
-Canal Point Night. Music i by Greet let tempting
I the Pahokee High School Band. AXl Yes tonal
Monday March 4th. Riviera : beer" of this fine re9 -
your =
. Ambulance Service Beach.Lake Park-Jupitt'f r-ight. I I0w 9odn ess extra aPPea Ito
I Tuesday, March 5th. Palm Beach: 9 ive payt0naof
EliendslhP Serve
I :\igll 1. f0 ods, t __
: Pahokee Ph 2301 Belle Glade Ph 2.17 Wednesday, March 6th. Tourist I favorite Ieg Tonal al on9 wth; tall, fees Y
I Iight. ,, Flsh
: :\ Style !AX brew

1_______ = _-_ --=- __- __-==-=- --_==- Thursday, March 7th. Civic f sic h sparkling Izuse. Rich -

Clubs Night. glass sart and watt foe , _
The doors will be open every and bak i color ; =

evening at 7 o'clock and on Sunday aromas =

,i afternoon at 2 P. M. El to for so d dlstln: :

A Servant of the Glades --__ brewed 1A X ;s a truly great f Ji anX on hand

More Tin Cans To tastes, Nave plenty ht; yrlttivebeer
Be Available never hen.always. .
Itrs itself too.
To Miami 1AX by
4 Buses WASHINGTON The Civilian EnlY refreshment.

To '''est Palm Beach Production Administration has want satisfying

promised that there will soon be ever 1o
Daily To Ft ll I .ers & Lakeland more tin can for procti9sers of citrus -

fruits and other perishable

rommodltiE's. Last week in a let. soy JMx! ,;
ter to Senator Pepper a CPA of. '

Glades Motor Lines Inc ficial explained that an order is. try jar lrttcrlcrr ce '1 try I -

sued Dt'c. 7. required ran suppliers '. ,+ Sr ry price!
to produce cans for seasonal food .p
SERVING TIlE GLADES" production and an amendment to I

that order to be issued "";lhm the i I I ,

next few days" will provide furth.t'r

LL Y- ff'lief. ( /
XIJOCK: COSCYltSHt'nderson

Brothers. rompri dof
Sam E. and John E. ftnd'rOn,

V II are opening a and and rock business -
P v in South Bar They have pur-
.,. .. I chased a large 10-wheel truck Shelley
'with even yard capacity for delivery -

purpo. '- Up to date the GLADE, 1.A.Page .

boys have been kept unusually

busy in their new enterprise. I

Friday, March I, 1946 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Page Seven

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Study Plans For PUBLIC NOTICE 15 hereby g1ren that FOR PALM BE.\fll COUNTY,
the undersigned intends to register FLORIDA
I Subject Of Course with the Clerk ot the Circuit Court in CIUSCER\ N0 ms
and for Palm Beach County Florida EDMUND D. THOMAS. :
Selling Vegetables I pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida Plaintiff, :
I Canal-t;;;;
The Missionary Statutes ot 19U, the fictitious name, .vsARLEEN :
to-wlt: H. THOMAS :
Baptist Churchill begin a course P.UlOKF.E DUSTING SERVICE Defendant. ,
iIn Post-War Area I, pretaining to Alcoholic education under which I am engaged in business NOTICE TO PP6R
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon G. Mat- : in Pahckee Palm Beach County. Flor- TO ARLEEN H. THm.L 34 N. mOll-
on this coming Sunday night, ida.
thews of Port Iayaca announce LAN D BOULEVARD HOLLYWOOD,
i March 3. The book, Alcohol, The Signed: Gillie C. GabaldonPub. CALIFORNIA: :.
the birth of a son, Gary Phillip, at I Feb. 1. 8. 15. 22. 1916.i .
Paul B. Dickman of Ruskin
Destroyer written by C. Aubrey You are hereby required to appear
the Everglades Memorial Hospital Dixon Pearce of Miami and Perry i NOTICE In the above Court on the 18th day of
Hearn of the Southern Baptist
1IArch. A. D. 1946. at the Court House
on Saturday, Feb. 23.Mr i Lions Club ot Pabokee. Florida will
No Whitehurst of Sanford have Sunday School Board, will be In West Palm Beach. Palm Beach
I receive sealed bids for Its building and
and Mrs. Summers
George County. Florida. to Answer to the Bill
been named a sub-committee to taught by rrs. L. P. Mercer, member lot adjoining the rank of Fahokee I of Complaint for Divorce filed against
of Belle Glade announce the birth with frontage On S. E. First of 28,95feet
study and experiment with post- of the Baptist Church in Okee- you In the above entitled cause and
I and depth of
of a daughter, Frances Elizabeth, approximate average I, EVERGLADES NEWS. a
war merchandising by the Florida chobee and a teacher in the Canal 80 feet. All offers must be for cash and published Palm newspaper Beach County.regularly
at the Everglades memorial Hos- patched reach the ot
to Secretary
Vegetable Committee. Their : Floncta. is hereby designated the
ap- Point Elementary School. Rev. J. as
the Club not later than 7:00 P. M.
pital on Saturday, Feb 23.Mr newspaper in which this order shall be
pointment was a development of adirectors' Richard Heller Pastor of the Canal E. S. T. March 5. 1916 at the Lions Club I
published once each week for fourcomeruth'e
and Mrs James Hilton Jones I Building In Pahokee. Florida at which I
meeting conducted over I Point Churchill bring a ser- weekly issues.
time the
various bids will be considered -
of Pahokee announce the birth of a DONE AND ORDERED at West Palm
the recent weekend at Avon Park.It I mon on Sunday morning, March 3, bv the Board of Directors. I Beach. Palm Beach County. Florida,
son, Archie Thomas, at the Ever- :, The Directors of the Club reserve the
followed extensive discussion of pertinent to the alcohol problem. this 13th day of February. A. D. 19-16-
right to reject any and all bids
glades Memorial Hospital on Sat present and future problems of I The course will begin with a Pub: Feb. IS, 22, Marl, 1916.i the Circuit Court Palm Beach

urday,-Feb 23 4>..'- marketing faced by the industry. program of registration and intro- j i NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR C Circuit Court County Seal, Florida)

Chairman L. L.. Stuckey of Paho- duction at the six o'clock Sunday I TAX DEED By Thaddie p Plant, Deputy
I (Senate Bill So. 163)
Business Circle kee presided. evening Training Union hour. I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That Thadd WhiddenI Clerk.

Met Generally the' committee agreed Through the week however, Mon- ,1 1. R. Hall, holder of Tax Certificate I Attorney for Plaintiff
Tuesday Night No. 4-160, J.sud the 2nd day of July '' ,
'Pahokee Florida
that progressive steps must be day through Thursday, the course A. D. 1928. has flied same in my office
Pub: February 15,22, Mar. 1 and 8. 1946.RICHSA .
taken to promote the welfare of its will begin each night at 1:45 and and has made application for tax deed I
The Business Woman's Circle I to be Issued thereon. Said certifIcate
members. Reasons were seen in continue until 9:15 in the fashion I embraces the following described property :
First Baptist WMU, at a meeting the expanded production of the of two -fi\'e-minute claMes.11he I In the County Of Palm Beach, I -
at the home of 11rs. Dave State of Florida to-wit:
Young war years, increased competition, public is most cordially invited IN!. ot SE'4 ot h'E'a of NIVi Section I
Tuesday night voted to sponsor a I 8. Township 42 South, Range
some from foreign countries to attend this week of training. ,
43 East. 3 acres.
young woman's auxiliary mission- which because of cheaper labor Transportation be provided I The assessment of the said property
ary group. Young women of the I under the said certificate Issued was In
and other factors, is now able to upon request. There are no the name of Unknown II
church from 16 to 25 old I
years reach the markets at lower costs: charges whatsoe\'er. All is free, Unless said certifIcate shall be re-
will be eligible to join the deemed law,
group. accordIng to the property
and the and it is that I
The circle will give for desire of the grower to hoped a goodly num- described therein will be sold to the I
a banquet
place his product more attractively ber of Canal Point's citizens will highest bidder at the court house door MAN WIIO
these young women In the near I on the first Monday In the month of
future, at which time organization and in higher quality before the avail themselves of this opportunity -I April 1946. which is the 1st day ot i iI HAS MORE MONEY
consumer. of Alcoholic instruction. All April 1946. I II
plans for the young woman's auxiliary Dated this 2nd day of February, 1946.J TitAN HIS WIFE
Anticipated moves would be to ages are imited. Sessions must I Alex Arnett Clerk ofSEALi i
will be worked out
take advantage of improved car- begin promptly each night at 7:45so ( the Circuit Court ot Palm CAN SPEND'
Mrs. O. O. Gilbert, circle chair- Beach County Florida.
rier services, to develop more at- please come early if at all pos- I Pub. rei 8. 15 22. & March 1 & 8, 1918I
man, presided at the business. On
tractive packaging, to grade more sible. However, if you can't come

the read program the Beautitudes.Mrs. Mrs. Homer. Barnes carefully, to produce better vege- early-come late. Only come! I NOTICE FOR or TAX\PPUUTIOY DEED

Young, hostess, served re- tables at lower cost, and to adopt -- -..- (House Bill So. 1862)
new and more forceful means of NOTICE is hereby given that Mayme
freshments of c a k e, whipped In a recent speech U. S. Senator L. Ph1fer. the holder of the following
advertising. Inasmuch as all of certificates has med said certificates
cream nd tea to approximately of Pennsylvania said:
these are departures from past iGuffey I I for a tax deed to be Issued thereon.
20. "America is strong only when we The certificate numbers and rears ofissuance.
..-. procedures and little knowledge I the description of the property -
of the most effective methods of subordinate our national interests I and the names 1n which It was W/ ({\ e/'
Girls I to the common interest" assessed are as follows: Certificate No.
Auxiliary employing them is available, the 10331. Year or Issuance June 30. A. D.

subcommittee was named in the.I- 1942, Description of Property:
Met Friday P. M. i I Lot 6 Block 176 Town of Lake
belief its members were best qualified II NOTICE or DI\iOLt'TIOS! or I Worth ILi 1n Plat Book 2 Pages 29
to work out the details.As I P.\RTSERSIIIP to 40 inclusive; Name In which as- I '' 1tr71 11
The Girls Auxiliary at a meetIng Notice is hereby given that the partnership sessed: Unkno l1.
known instances of experi- of Edwin R. Butler New York, Certificate No. 10332. Year of issuance
at the home of Mrs. Ralph I ments which are headed for iN. Y.. Frank L. Anderson Belle Glade I Ii June 30. A. D. 1942, Description of
Crimes Friday afternoon presented I some i Fla. and Forrest Norton South Bay property: And rich is a man . in
degree of success, tlip example of..: Fla formerly doing business as South wt 7 Block 176 Town of Lake Worth
a program which had as Its topic, I Pay Growers and Distributors at South as in Plat Book 2 Pages 29 to 40
lone was cited to show fact and has
grower fancyWho
"Revival in the Hearts of theGA's. I I Bay Florida which had been registered Inclmlre. Name In which assessed:
wherein he had obtained improved under the provisions of Chapter 20953. Unknown.
Taking part were Ethel i I and more attractive containers for :: Laws of Florida, Acts of 19U In the All said property being in the County acquired complete insur-
Mullis, Peggy Acree, Stella Sue' Court House at Palm Beach County ot Palm Beach State of Florida. I
I his products; had made a deal with :. F lor 1 d a. ns Dissolved effective Unless such certificate or certificates ance protection for all, his
Barnes, Donna Jo Spooner and Bobbie I, June H. 19 5. Under our agreement shall be redeemed according to law the
retailers to handle them at mark-
Moberg Mrs. Grimes read the I P!I for the dissolution of said partnership property described In such certificate assets.
I ups of from 15 to 20 percent in- Edwin R. Butler received all Assets or certificates will be sold to the highest -
story: "On ole Revival" Nancy 'and assumed all UabUities. This is official bidder at the Court house door on .
I stead of the usual 40 to 50 in the
1 notice of the first month of
Ann McCoy led the devotionals. that agreement. Monday in the ,
'good faith that he would grade j All interested parties will take notice April 1946. which Is the bt day ot O. R. BLEECII
Refreshments were served by Edna ot this published notice. April, 19-16.
and would follow with
Unwire and Ruthlynn Kemp. ji'I carefully Signed at South Bay Palm Beach Dated this 2nd day of February. 19 6.
--r.e---- replacement any losses caused by County Florida February 16. 19-16: J. Alex Arnette. Clerk otCSEALI ISSt.nt.\SC 1)\1I0KEC
Frank L. Anderson the Circuit Court of Palm
Most people think well of complimentary deviation from this policy. This Forrest Norton Beach County Florlct.l. ,
had resulted in renewed interest i Pub: Feb 22. March 1. 8, IS, 1916. Pub.: Feb. 8, 15, 22 & March 1 & 8. 1946
friends I ,
both on the part of the retailer and
l I
the consumer, and a better movement -
I of gOOl3.I I -
l'SE a rk
666 I The thought of the Committee THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. . '-

Is that its subcommittee mad -. - '" =

I up as it is of alret and far-seeing / .

Cold Preparations I representatives, will conduct oth- ;

Liquid, Tablt'b, Salve, X0'46 Drops er and varied experiments, tending r / rJ M :

Caution Use Only A. Directed toward the adoption of unified wa't t .

" '. I II movements wholt' for the industry a9 a I (

Other maters which were given

consideration during the two dyas

WALLY'S sessions included labor, transportation -;

competition, crop conditions

UPHOLSTERYS110P and various other subjects. The

labor and foreign trade sub-com-i \

mittees were instructed to con-
tinue their studies of Improving

labor and competitive conditions. 1

CANAL POINT, fI..A. The experimental station advisory }

committee was expanded to include 4t

: producers packers and proce.ssors.

Auto Seats A Specialty : Four resolutions were adopted. !

: Two were directed to the Office I

Coupes $15 Up : of Price Administration one to ,i '

congress and the fourth to the I

Sedans $27.50 Up : ,
railroads as follows: '

: I 1. OPA was urged to eliminate
S 9faT7i${ 4
all price control regulations which /

WOMAN'S CLUB I now permit large intermediate

markups resulting in high conSumer l ,
I prices, even when the pro iI i

ducer sells below cost. I

IIIL 2. OPA w as asked to raise the I I

___ canned .
ceiling immediately on

Florida tomatoes to a level corresponding -

FISH"TAI LS"bY with that on the northern OW JUDGE: "Kant you'ro 3 big grain r ;:t June, tl a distillers produced evarprodlax'r..le

PUDGY THt FoRPoSEVYHY produC't. : : Ilk W kquestau.l> .O.;" .l',.-' OOOOG( l pounds of Isb1c.fa! (1.\-4

3. Congress was asked to approIpnate .. .., ; . the b:.t feed supplements! wr can
iNK'. "Glad to bare J. i "
SO NAPPY $20.000 annually to continue you, lay our lands on. They are rich in rutriaste.

PUDGY ? the study of watery soft rot on OLD IUDGE:"Do you think the grain used Why.. .l'\-e never had such fat dyerr.;

w aHo beans and other commodities. by itiDcn is wasted as some folks are livestock and pl lluy u.1 have slice 1've

4. The committte opposed any sing?" bClL they dried pms."

IFl6Eg1NFSIUDiOS ltA1 effort on the part of railroads to : "HaIr do use.. .
I H.t"K: "I certinj'! do Natf As a mat'c: OLD J.rDGE you
make certain wartime
1 refrigerator ha: c:
Oi fact it is .rye mile.
I just [ o;;
car conservation measures a pert j jof I ptr L.I :-1
tb 'th
HA .
royro lri the permanent tariffs OLD !'DGG; uHow do ytxt fierce that : J nu 1ft OfJi.ifWIHank
.f'' 11'3 .. ."Ii :x..r.c.d: film has far IftJter

I feed value than the orient1 i pain iteelf. I

EMPLOY Kn.GJ;E':, HANK: "From my own experience mJ can cut down OA my tine pawn feed

W. D. uUt'<'k" Lunmore of Pahokee. : from reports I've rd. Fir tae ,ur eDd D' about a> and still get t<4ter r iultt

who recently was discharged ,

1 from Uncle am'5 service. has

atroul INt'IAMOf accepted a !'Ositionith the Kil- ttu.dMru r ro-M+._cAw.Iir itAeeyrl...' .

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Eight The tverglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, March 1, 19-16"
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--- Hope For Better.Attendance 1 Competition is something that I The way to enjoy good health is I We suggest many ; nand the
everybody wants somebody else to i to take care of yourself while you best thing is that nobody has to'o
At PTA: ha\'e. are well I take them serio ly,
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'I Pahokee PTA is mtf'rested: in Has anybody nearby been read- II There is a vast fundamental I Politics, in a country ruled by
better attendance at the regular 1 ing the Congressional Record late.ly3 I difference between promise and ; the people, involves the process of
" monthly meetings. 'Nith a membership : I performance. I pleasing the people.
G. B. Ramey, Phone 2082)
Mrs. j
of 526 the has .
attendance - I -- -_ ___... _________h_ _____
Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Whitman been averaging t.round 100 each The total length of the Panama - -
and daughter, former Pahokee residents meeting. Parties are planned for Canal is a little over 50 miles: its I
the room with the best parent at-
now living in Bowling minimum depth occurs in Gatun
tendance record. At present Mrs.Douthit's lake, where it is 85 feet deep. H WANTED:
visited friends here over
Green, I third grade holds the record
the weekend. Mr. Whitman who ,I and Mrs. Mosley's fourth : :1
was with Patton's Third Army in grade is running a close second.In NOTICE I STENO-CLERK :
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that
the high school the ninth grade ,
the European theater recently re- the undersigned intends to register
ceived his discharge from the ser- is first and the 11th grade is sec- with the Clerk of the Circuit Court 10 : EXPERIENCED I Ii
ond. and for Palm Beach County, Florida,
vice. to Section 8u5.U9 Florida i i!
... pursuant i
---- i Good 'Yorking Canditions {
the fictitious
Mr and Mrs. G. B. Ramey and Statutes cf 19-H. name ,
children and their house guests, The man who can't spell should to-wit: QUALITY CLEANERS ; I
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Miller and Mr. not typewrite his letters. under which we are engaged in business FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT CO.
... 10 Pahokee, Palm Beach County, Flor- !
and Mrs B. W. Miller of Connecticut - 1da. I PHD E 2001 PAIIOKEEs. I I
,spent Sunday at Jensen Beach. Nervousness may not be a di- Signed Willie: C.Belle A. Kolstac Kolstad I
Ben S. Waring will return this sease but it can be just as bad Pub: Mar. 1, 8. 15, 22, 1946 I
Friday evening from a brief business -
trip to Ocala and Madison,

T. F. Brantley of Macon
Ga., is a guest of her son.in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Irs. O. O.
Gilbert, in Pahokee this week.
Mrs. A. F. Rogers has returned .
to her home in Fort Pierce after a
visit with her son and daughter- '
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Rogers.Mr. iL TRY
and Mrs. Warren Rawson of '
Portland, Me., were guests of Mr. :
and Mrs. H. J. Anderson on Ba-
.i _ _
corn Point this week. :
Miss Sara Sanders of Palm lt

Beach visited her parents, Mr and SINCLAIR
Mrs. R. W. Sanders, in Pahokee I 1
over the weekend.
Sfr. and Mrs. M. P. Holman had
as recent guests Mr. and Mrs. E. I A 1L )
n. Ifill of Neponsit, Ill.
Mrs. Dot Hamm of Mobile, Ala., I
is visiting her brother-in-law and I GASOLINE.
sister, Mr and Mrs. I. M. Lair, in
Pahokee this week. I

Sgt, T. J. Mullis who has been I
with the U, S. Occupation Army I
since the surrender of Germany \
expects to return to the United ,
States within the next month, ac- \
cording to word received by his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Mullisof J

Pabokee. L V {--
Sam D. Blazer of Nocatee was a \
business visitor in Pahokee on li
TuesdJ '.
Capt. and Mrs. Sydney K. Smith
will move soon to Daytona Beach
where Capt. Smith will be connected .
with the induction center to be
moved there from Blanding. He is
the commanding officer of the in-
duction center at Camp Blanding.Mr. .
and Irs. Arvid Wick of Los
Angles announce the engagement
of their daughter, Miss Helen d
Dorothy, to Harold E. Fletcher, Jr.
Harold is a graduate of Pahokee
high school, class of 1942, and was .
recently discharged from the naval
. service. 100-0CTANE COMPONENTS
Miss Jane Sims left over the
week end for Atlanta where she

bas accepted a position.Mr. .
and Mrs. George McLarty of
OkN'chobee were week end guests lOO-Octane components-used in making the the most powerful gasoline you have ever used.

hokee.of friends and relatives In Pa- \\'orld'smost powerful gasoline for planes-now Get a tankful of tlCW Sinclair H-C';=or new

Mrs. G. n. Goldsmith returned are blended into new Sinclair Gasoline. :. /or Sinclair Ethyl Gasoline today at the nears

to Pahokt'e Monday where she is Sinclair Dcater. Try its quicker-starting:higher.
visiting her sisters, Mrs. J. V. jour car
Thomas and Mrs. L. J. Fraser, POWER PACKED : nee1Ne9Jceloped :
'Yes deoctane
after spending the week end in : the same PolVER PACKED ingredients j (
Sinclair Gasoline makes cars fairly fly.
Havana with her husband, Lt.- for war use now are blended in auto-

U.Com S. Goldsmith naval sen'ice.who Is in the mobile motor fuel to give ,'our car the smooth Look 10 Sinclair forJiettcrProdutts-BefterStrviie

... surging power that lOO-Octane gasoline gave to

The Panama Canal Zone itself tvar planes.We .
Includes a strip of land 10 miles
wide across the Isthmus of Panama believe 'ou'll call the new Sinc1air Gasoline 1

eonneettng the Caribbean sea
and the' Gulf ot Panama. The total
area of the Zone is 519 square

mile:. .... .
PCc a C
In a L"\oor day address, delivered 1p
at Akron Ohio. Senator Elmer SINLA1R
Thomas of Oklahoma, said: "ut
me remind you further that today
you live in and are' a part of the. lrS
strongest: the richest and most Influential
nation on earth" .
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ltonduras the capital of which is
Tegucigalpa. is a Republic. It hu
a population ot abut 002,000. Its
chief products art bananas sugar
coffee. cattle and hidt's. Its mintral -
resources are und \opt'd. S.d i Uwc C t$61A
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Tragedy: The rude, impolite person -
who does Dot realize that he tJ 14. Kil.eIIIIU'II. l\ge.. .
rude and Impolite
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The tAlk tlO'ib of folding Belle Glade FloridaPage
money: we remember when It concerned ,
nnishing coin.

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