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 8, 1946
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
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Volume ID: VID00429
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Co.19t5 112,091 Population Census Beach THE EVERGLADES Nr1\ S; The Distinguished Mind'The Pro\nces'Prefers Truly ,

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Volume 22-No. 51 Canal Point Palm Beach County, Florida Friday, March S, 1946 $2.00 Per Year

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w RECENT OPENS CAMPAIGN Populations of Districts Nearer Even As

OPERATIONS. Commissioners Finish Redistricting Task


By Paul Rardin I --

I Buzz Granger Gets IsnmLE\"s ESIGXTIOXi County commissioners in extra

i BEFORE TilE COUNCIL .< es-sicr. on Monday of this week
Canal Point, Fla.. I Help At Belle
} : The resignation of Councilman redistricted the county into five

March 7, 1946 Glade Prison Farm : L. L. Shirley is in the city clerk'S :county commissioners districts
Elmer Jones, '
I office and will be considered by the with as: nearly even popu 4ations a.s
Pahokee, FIa., The state administrative board it was possible to make them.
Dear Elmer: council at its next meeting a
has assigned James Baldwin, of I Populations of the various districts -
I am deeply grateful to you for I councilman said ye.sterday. Mr.
are 33 follows:
the little favor of Tuesday If I Tallahassee as assistant to Walter i Shirley has served nearly four
No. 1. A. A Poston 20,166
there were more folks around who B. Granger, superintendent of years a member of the council ;
look out for the welfare of their I Prison Farm Xo. 2 at Belle Glade i His term will expire May 1. 1946. No. 2. Lake Lytai 24,400
Baldwin, hisife, his No. 3. John Prince 21,205
fellowman the world would be a I 11.year-old .
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Xo. 4. C. Y. Byrd 20,247No.
brighter spot. i daughter and a 3-year-old son, will
Yours very truly Former Gbvernor Spessard L. occupy one of the colony resideuces. 5. Paul Rardin d,229

Paul Rardin J Holland is shown in speaking pose I KEEN WON'TRUN Before Ionday's redistricting:
plan was put through by the com-
as he opened his campaign in Bar- I Because Baldwin is a former ;
of the
missioners the
Robert Mackey tow this week for a seat in the I deputy state auditor and of late I populations
districts stood flllowso.
various as :
Pahokee, Fla., United States Senate. Bartow is years auditor for the State College -
!\ 1. A. A. Poston 4H2
Dear Robert: the ex-governor's home town and i for Women in Tallahassee, he
No. 2. Lake 48,112
Your report on the water melon he received a rousing ovation when !I will be in charge of all office work AGAIN Lytal
No. 3. John Prince 16.621.
situation was interesting I am I he fired the first gun of what will I and will set up a new system of
No. 4. C. Y. Byrd 8,613
glad to know that your crop of in all probability be one of the i..accounting, bookkeeping and pur- I
No. 5. Paul Rardin 3 ,2t5
melons is coming along nicely but "most ardent campaigns ever chasing for the fann. I
-.. -- II Councilman \\'. A. Keen will not : District No, 4, represented by
I was shocked to learn that the waged by \\'hite.maned states-
candidate to succeed himself I C. Y. Byrd of Ddray Beach was
rabbits have been devouring the !man from Imperial Polk county. Registration Books be a
I election in increasl'd from 8.613 to 20,2U, adding -
in the forthcoming city :
plants Thadd Whidden has a good Already a favorite to win the seat '
I to letter the a section of the Everglades
Nor In PrecinctsRegistration Pahokee, according a
rabbit dog so I've been infonned. in the world's most august deliber-
from him this 'carved out of Paul Rardin's District -
I guess you heard Charley Dukes ative body, the popular ex.governor editor received ,
I books for county \\'efk The letter follows and is. : 5. Byrd's dIstrict noin-
tell that tale about plucking a 36 will lrav no stone unturned
State and national elections have self.explanatory: 1 1Pahokee I''cludes: Boynton Beach, the !touthprn -
watermelon at Christmas !when
pound it comes to carrying his cam- ,
been sent to the various precincts Mar. 6, 1916 thret'-quartt'rs of Precinct 3S
Yours very truly, paign to every nook and corner of : [
The Country Editor the state. I where they will remain through Dear Paul: i (Belle Glad) and now known as

I -._&... I April 1.Freeholders. I will not be a candidate for city : 3SA and southern thr'e-quart
who wish to vote in councilman of Pahokee in Iay. I of Precinct 39 (South flay) and

Chief Albert Cant and Crew I' the March 19 bond election, who I i have served two terms c four :now known as Precinct 39A as

Pahokee, Fla., iA NEW R101I reside outside of Precincts 1 years t and I most highly appreciate -:well as Lake Harbor and BrO\\l1'S
: /through 18 West Palm Beach), the confidence and trust the i Farm. This additional area was
I think it was a smart move to I
and who ave not registered since good people of Pahokee placed inI r.dded to Bynl's Delray Beach and
build the cabinet in the police '
January, 19.10, must register before me by giving me a large vote each Boca Raton section.
roundhouse in order that may 'I
5 p m. March 13. time I mI I have done my best Rardin's area now includes Can-
have a place to keep coffeepot I TO MIAMI?
your Glade
Belle ,
Following are Glades precincts not to betray that trust and thank al Point,
cream and sugar, With every- with the
and South Bay
for registration purposes: each and every one for the cooperation -I
thing closed during the wee small
,,35 Susan E. Bardin that has been given me.I dividing line between Rardm't In'jBTd's
hours I imagine a cup of good cof- Is the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad mile
I P O. Bldg., Canal Point. am very much interested in the I districts being one
fee tastes good. But, have any of planning to run its rails into
south of BoUt's canal.
36 W. J. Lanimor e future development of Pahoket
fellows ever tried'to look out I'Miami! If it is planning to do just I
you Other districts! are as follows:
Justice Peace Office. Pahokee and will be to assist
!' got always
of that cute little building? "Wind- this very thkg, will it "tend its I Distract 1. comprising Precincts
37 Edwin n. January in any way possible the good
ex" would be a good cure for what I line from a point four miles west 1 through 7 in Jupiter, Lake Park
January Grocery Store, Chosen people of Pahokee I want to
binders one from seeing out of Lake Harbor to the Sunshine I Riviera Beach and Wes Palm
38 Louise H Tidwell thank all the city officials for
Yours very truly, capitol via the OkE.'elanta Sugar 1
Beach A. A. Poston, Comuis3hn-
Town Hall, Belle Glade the courtesy they have shown me. I
Reformer Rardin. Growers Cooperative and on across
39 Alvin B. Crow It has been a pleasure to work
the muck into Fort Lauderdale, or er.Dist.ct llle. inctsS
2, comprising
Town Hall, South Bay, with all of them I
To Orin Bacon & like Hope rich, will the new line skip the Broward through 15 and Precinct 17, Vest
40 Jake Newman I again want to thank the good
Pahokee, Florida, I county seat and head direct for Newman's Filling Station, people for their hearty support Palm Beach; 31, West Gate: 32,
GE'nUemen: Dade? and 33 Loxahatchet' -
I Military trail,
Lake Harbor. that they have given me in the
Please don't disturb all those This question has a lot of folks I I Lake Lytal Commi ionH,
n Bertram A. RoemerAdministration !past.
cobwebs in your store. I've heard thinking in Hendry county and Bldg. Shawano. I W. A. Keen, District 3, comprising Precincts
they are good to clot blood and others in the Lake Harbor section I I 16 and 18, West Palm Beach. ; 13,

certainly should find a market are wondering what the outcome ---. -"-" -- 23
you I Palm Beach; 20, 21, 22 and .
for them I think your suggestion ,will be of the extension that the : Lake Worth; 2t Lantana, awl 42.Grft'narres .

of spraying them with various Coast Line plans to the new Puerto -p-tANton COMMUNITY City. John PriacoCommissioner.

colors of paint to make them look Rican sugar co.op 19 miles south .

like the rainbow was a bit screw)'. :of State Road 25. I The redistricting rt'Solutio:1 was

J however every man to his own The Coast Line received a temporary I adopted on motion of Commis-

opinion set.back Tuesday when the ,i i stoner A. A. Poston. Seconding the

Yours very truly. state cabinet deferred action on CHEST IN CANAL POINT motion, Commissioner Lake! Lyttl

S p Rardin an ACL request for donation of of West Palm Beach, why hall

three miles of right.of-way 200 founght for such action, expressed

Davis Cafe, feet wide through state land in appreciation of co-operation or his

Pahokte, F1a.. Hendry county for construction of AND PAHOKEE AREA fellow board members in londay'I

Dear Mr. Davis: a spur line G. L. Reeves, Tampa action and voiced belief the board

Wtrtn't you a bit chagrined the attorney for the railroad, said the I]acted \\th the sincere purpose otI

other day when an out-of.towner I i company needs the right of way -- doing the right thing toward aJ:

placed a punch board containing I,for a 19 mile spur from its line It begins to look like something ''temporary chairman and J. M. El- I,electors."

nylons and other prizes in your about four miles west of Lake is really going to be done about a i liott, temporal secretary, the following ;' Lytal also expressed the opinion

cafe and a few hours later a I Harbor to the site of a sugar mill Chest in the Pahokee officers of the new Com .that redistricting Is effective immediately -

strange lady walked in-spent :being established by a Puerto Ri- Community munity Chest organization were : for purpose of ca.1ji-

two-bits-and walked out with a I'can sl1dicate and Canal Point area. A Community elected: Abe Dobrow, chairman; F.M !dates running for election and effective -

pair of the nylons? You don't The quest was referred to a Chest drive one time dur- Shaughnessy, vice chairman; Jan. 1, 19n. for all other:

suppose , or do you 7 I'I cabinet committee and attorneys ing the year would relieve the O. n. McClure. treasurer; Rupert purposes.

A Curious Reporter.Unturbid for the board of education and various organizations of their task Mock, assistant treasurer and Irs. Cor.menUr.g on the new redistrict -

I trustees of the Internal Improve- of sponsoring different drives J. R. York, oecretary. Immediately setup, Commissioner Pardon

Waterman Douthit, 1 ment fund.Residents. throughout the )'e.1r. One drive upon election the officers asaumed said: "Since the Suprtm Court

PahoketF1a.., of Moore Haven are of for a certain and definite amount ; the duties of their offices. ruled that my district must M cut,

You have my symp.1th YOU !the opinion that their fair city will one time during the year would I Chairman Dobra\\ appointed J. I am pleased to know that it goes

took the job one day and the folks 'soon bt on the main line of the I wind up the job in A No. 1 order. i 11. Elliott, O. R. BIeech and Irs. into the district represented by Mr

who buy water expected un.turbid ACL into Miami. Just recently a At a meeting of the chic dub [Kate Cross on a nominating com.'mittee Byrd. He has assured me and

water the next day. I have :group of men from the Glades representatives held Tuesday night to present at the next meeting members of my district t'ut he

complete faith in your plans to county site were in conversation organization was set up and an- the names of eight candidates will work wholeheartedly and cooperatively

clear the turbid condition of Pabokee with a group of men from Lake other mE'dinill be held next for the board of directors. A mo- for continuance of the

water, but I a1on't expect Harbor and all were of the opinion Tuesday night at which time a tion by E. L. Pope to attach road and bridge program in the

)'OU to do it In a da-r w<
month. It will take Umt. I line would bt extended from the At the meeting were reprtsenta.J of the board of directors was .--

know from experience that it takes' sugar mill right on into Miami.In J of the Rotary Club, Abe Oob-I carried. 1I0Tllt:\' \Jtn IS Iti'E\TNtLM

time to 00 thin s-9Uch 80S build .. row. R. L. i Sam r Chastain and ; The question was raised at the InCII l'OlJn: It.U'I;

nerds-or brtd t"-r put in cul- Roy Vandergnft: Lions Club, Joe .meeting whether or not a charter Thompson 197&1filbym

\'trU-or rebuild some stretches of the city a short while Friday Hatton Rupert Mock and Henry should be used in the operational 1534Shellburg

road. No one man has a corner on I afternoon while en route to Winter Ba\\ick: Fred and Percy' Mansfield procedure of the local Community M3

all the magic In our bnd And Haven to attend the annual preSS Post 90, American Legion, Chest The secretary wu intro'duced Walden 543

thst' the truth. Bob. breakfast at the haven hotel given Leel Lence Slater Brewton and to investigate this matter :Miller ... U9

Yours very truly, I' by the officials of the Florida Edward Jensen; Elks Lodge, F. 11.Shaughnwy ,and make a report U lOOn as pos-i A run-oft next Tuesday between

A County Commbsloner. r Orange Festival for newspaper B. Elliott and E. L. sible. I i1burn and Thomp5fA\ will de-

!m.n. Mr. Rardin Is a former resident Pope: Woman's Club, Mn. Kate A finer bunch of folks couldn't j jI ,ddt the final outcome

THANKS! In the Wauchul Advocate of Wauchula and always re- Cross, Mrs Norman Kennedy and I tan been chosen to head up a ,I ...- ..----

I found these kind words: selves a cordial reception from his Mra J. R. York; city of Pahokee, Community chest orgarJution I II Mrs. Bees Johnson CJt Conway, S.
"Paul Rardin editor of The E\'er- friends when he returns even for I Mayor 0 B YcC1ure. ,Will you do your bit to help make C.. iJ a house guest of her cousin,

glades News at Cant Point was a short \'bit." With Mrs J. R. York acting asI I It a success! J Mr. and Yrl. Albert GL'llPalm



Page Two The Everglades News, Canal Point. Florida Friday. March 8, 19t6iHEEVERGiADES

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members of the Six Shooters Chub
NEWS I Pahokee Scouts
Cinematic Chatter II and I'm sure they will welcome his
Clear $234.33 With
appearance on our screen.
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region By Malcolm Millarwwwwn
I See you at the moie.sral.
Established 1924 Published Every Friday Chicken Supper ....

Subscription Price 2.O01'ear In Advance With Fred M,'Murray and Mar- ,
If you failed to partake :'n the ..4zucar Office Is
'::)rita Main as the principal stars
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office scout's chicken and rice feed at : Officially Bryant
f.nd a list of featured players that
In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class atter. I the Woman's Club Saturaay night: reads like an all star cast in sup- I -

I you missed out on a good meal and I port of them, !uroer. He? Says", : Word has been rerie\"ed from the
Paul Rardin Editor and Publisher a lot of fun. In the role of waiters i which is to be scr cned at the postmaster g'neral's office nnI -

the Scouts themselves provided Prince Theatre this coming Sunday ;I flouncing that the name of the

25 Useful Years plenty of entertainment by the ronday, promises to be one of ,post office at Azucar, Fla. has

It has fallen to the lot of few jurists to have served a manner in which they. served the th:? most delightful shows that has been officially changed to that of

quarter century on the bench at the age of Judge Curtis E, food. been on our screen in some time. : Bryant. Fla., to honor the late F.
Chillingworth After it was all over Troop 23, To tell you the story of this Edward Bryant, \"ice-president of
'" sponsor of the chicken dinner, show would be to spoil the whole I the sugar company and pioneer in
Members of the bench and bar and other friends as- I
found its richer by
treasury evening for "ou. I strongly advise the Everglades.
sembled in the circuit room yesterday to pay him the honor $234.33, net proceeds which will go your pushing other engagements I Employes of the sugar corpora-

which is his due. toward the purchase of new uni- I aside and theatering on Sunday tion petitioned the postmaster general -
However, length of service is not alone responsible for the forms for members of the troop. lor Monday with Fred cMurray through Rep Dwight L. Rog-

stature which JudgeChillingworth has attained in his own Scoutmaster Jack Phillips thanks and Marjorie Main in a riot! I ers to make: the change soon after

community and throughout Florida Beginning with a bril- the public for the fine spirit of cooperation Tuesday Wednesday brings avery : Mr. Bryant's death at the age of

liant mind and a passion for fair dealing his knowledge of it i9 showing the Scouts delightful romantic comedy 72, on Dec. 6, 19t5. The Bryant

the law and legal practice has grown through the years and In this and other projects which under the title "G. I. Honeymoon", I post office, serving more than

won for him the name of being one of Florida's outstanding the troop is sponsoring to raise which stars Gale Storm and Peter! 2,000 persons is located on the
funds for the uniforms. Cookson and lists a very imposing Bryant plantation, formerly the

jurists.Nor has his love for his chosen profession md his pro- -- .... roster of featured players.On i Azucar plantation. Mr. Bryantbuilt
1\IES'S BIBLE CL\SS the same program comes one : the first sugar house in the
ficiency in it been allowed to interfere with his affection for
Although several went with the in keeping with the last days of : Everglades in 1921, and was a
the United States Navy, in which he served ably in two wars High School band (a fine institu- the war under the title "The First !pioneer also in the cultivation otI

Their respect and admiration for Judge Chillingworth tion) to West Palm Beach last Yank in Tokyo," with Tom Neal I ramie in the Everglades.

was feelingly expressed by the bar of his own county in res- Sunday, 78 men were in attendance and Barbara Hale as the stars of : .. .

olutions which went into the record of the circuit court yes- at the Pahokee Bible Class. the piece and a host of other well ,! Mr. and trs. C. W. Dukes have

terday. His two associates, Judge Tedder and Judge White, The usual large number of ex-ser- known Hollywood players in sup- I I sold their home in Pahokee to Mr.

as well as individual members of the bar, added their testi- i vice men helped to swell the port. I'm sure )'ou'll enjoy every ,and Mrs. Glen Abling. Mr. Abling

monials to his unusual qualities as a jurist. crowd. Sixteen L1I the highest so moment of this show.ThursdayFriday '!'is employed in Belle Glade. Mrs.

Their sentiments are shared by Judge Chillingworth'g far. It L1I hoped many more will I see a murder Dukes will leave shortly with her
be present this Sunday. Two hun- mystery on the bill-o-fare under grandson, Billy Kendrick, for
fellow citizens of Palm Beach County, as well as by aU who
dred total enrollment Is the goal of the title "Hollywood and Vine" I Berkley, California, where she will
know him. Born and reared in this county, his life and char- .
the class, and with 75 to go, at- and starring James Ellison and undergo a sLx.months treatment
acter should serve as an inspiration to our youth and an ex- tainment is not too far distant. Wanda McKay, who are surrounded in a hospital. Mr. Dukes, who is

ample to all citizens.It The special series of talks on "The by some of the best "mugs" in I[employed at the Lake Okeechobee

may be truly said that Judge Chillingworth's 25 years Children of Isr.lel", by the teacher, Hollywood . and plenty rough.On Farmers Cooperative at the State
on the bench have been a notable contribution to the courts Rev. C. A. Moberg, is met'tingith I the same program comes "A i i Market, will make himself comfortable -

and to good citizenship.-Palm Beach Post. much favor. The next discussion I I Gay Senorita". which is a very in a house trailer at the
.. .will be based on the Book of entertaining musical comedy romance -:market during rrs. Dukes' ab-
CIIUJCII NEWS Judges. The Class Quartet will with Alan Lane and Jean ,sence.I .
Mrs Pope Given The Pahokee Baptist Sunday present its usual fine program ot I Rogers in the starring roles. I am I I ...

Life Membership School and Mission enjoyed last three selections. A most cordial sure you'll enjoy every moment I! Mrs. Emma Wheeler returned to

----- Sunday an attendance of 265, with invitation is extended to all un- of this one.Saturday. ipahokee on Wednesday after a
several out due to sickness, etc. affiliated men of the community, comes Don Barry and visit with her son-in-law and
IIrs. W. P. Pope, past president service men and visitors The Helen Talbot in "California Joe". daughter, Mr. and Mrs. E. L.
of the Canal PoInt Methodist Many more are expected this.Sunday. -
Woman's Society of Christian Ser- At the morning hour of class meets each Sunday in the Barry has many fans among the I Chapman in Orlando.

eleven, the pastor will preach the Lions building, 9:45.Coronation I
vice, was presented with a WSCS . ..
adult life membership at the reg- next in the series of sermons based

ular meeting of the group held on 'The Sermon on the Mount", Is Set
Tuesday Matt. 6:1.8.: Another of the PJ.Ct-:
afternoon of
at the home
For Night
Mrs. Julian IIlcks The presentation or's hymn interpretations will be Sunday 150/0 DISCOUNT TO ALL

made Mrs. rendered on the Matbushek grand
was by George
The public is cordially invited EX-SERrICE MEN
At the
Kingsley in behalf of the local phno. seven thirty preach-
WSCS. ing hour, the,seventh of the Baptist to attend the Coronation Service
We handle tine clothes for men and womenmanufactured -
the Canal
Articles of Faith, "Grace InRegeneration" on Sunday night
The group voted a contribution I' will be preached. I Point Missionary Baptist Church by Herbert's. They arc tailored to measure and sure
to the Scarritt Endowment Fund.
i Selections will be presented by the at 7:00: o'clcck. A beautiful and to please. We specialize in Ladies' tailoring.
Jatrs. A, R Harrington and Mrs J.
Class Quartet and the orchestra I impressive service has been arranged -
S named the I
Harrington were on
Union will meet at for the coronation of Carlton -
Training AL
church flowers committee for I
April. "sL'tthirtyith Mrs. W. M. Du- McCall, son of Mr. and Mrs. J.I
I L. McCalJ, and DelJona
bose in
Mrs. F M. Wilson and Mrs. charge. BOX 816 AHOKEE
I .. ..--- I daughter of Mrs. C. B. Jones. The
Florence Seig-linger were in charge
I Court of Honor includes Patsy
of the program. lIrs. otto Cole- i Miss Grace Kicklighter of Jacksonville '
and Mrs.
; Geiger, daughter of Mr.
man led the devotionals and Mrs. is a guest of her uncle
: M. D. Gieger; Lois Echols daught-
A. It Harrington, president, pre- land aunt. Mr and Mrs H. H.
and rrs. Echols;
er of Mr. Grady
sided at the busine.9s. !r Parker, in Pahokee. I I Bobbie Baker von of Mr. and Mrs. PATRONIZE TIlE ADVERTISERS

--. -- I W. A. Baker; Donald Heller, I
brother of Rev. J. R. Heller. Ray I

Jones, son of Mr. and rr9. Charles ,
Jones and Frances Ruth Calhoun,
daughter of Mr. and Irs. Joe Cal-

Prince Theatre houn will serve 3.11 Crown Bear-
ers. This night will also be observed DogRacing.IWORLD'S

as family night, so come i I
and bring your family with you. .
I'AIIOKEE, FLORIDA Following the service, Mr. and Mrs. FASTEST !t
Anderson Chastain will entertain

with a reception at their home for GREYHOUNDS i
WEEK OF MARCH 10th, 19'16SundayMonday the King and Queen. Those attending I !

the Coronation Service are i ii

cordially invited to attend the re- IN ACTION NIGIITL I

cfption. ...._ _ _
IURDER HE SAYS!" i (except Sundays)

Information Bureau I
Fred McMurray, Marjorie Main I, ';
Is Project Of Lions I

}'-\Vednesday Daily Double 2nd ;and 3rd races ;: I

PahokE'e Lions at their Tuesday
"G. I. HONEY IOO luncheon meeting voted to sponsor Nine quiniela races 'I j,
bureau of information for Paho-
Gale Storm, Peter Cook5on a
kE'e. On the committee in charge !

ALSO of this project are Rupert tock, cWJW II I I

Joe Hatton, Henry Ba\\ick and
Roy Se E'e. No minors admitted i

Neal, Barbara Hale Guest speaker was Bobby John-
son, Lions zone chairman of West uwwruw I II
Palm Beach who revealed in a I
talk about Lions work that there
All racing under state racing
are 5.000 Lion Clubs with 200.000
members throughout the world. commission supervision
Ellison, \rallda McKayALSO President Jess M. Elliott announced -
Hut he has reshuffled all wwuwwJ
standing committees in order to in-

clude new members who have recently -
"TIlE GAY SEXOUIT.A"AI joined the club. PALM BEACH :

Lane. Jean Rogers Frank Gillis and Dan Carpenter

were guests at the lunrheon.I .
Saturday I ... I KENNEL CLUB
}:n\n OS Glt\Sn .Inn'

\LIFOnNIA JOE" Oppo..1te Morrt'n held I

Ellsworth Keen. B. T. \"orhtts On Ikhedere Road
Don Barry. Helen Talbot .:
and L. A. Cobb were members of lcrat 1"Wu Bt-'J1 "

I the grand jury in session in Vest I .
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I Palm BMth this week. _

Friday, March 8, 1946 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Page Three
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Obligation Night BEllE GLADE SCHOOL Conducts RevivalErAXGELIST DIXSER MEETING TUESDAY ducts displa'ed.
The exhibit is jointly sponsored
Observed By OES
by the West Palm Beach Chamber
An enrollment of 809 pupils in A dinner meeting of the Ever- of Commerce and the Palm Beach
Members of the Pahokee Chap- the Belle Glade school, at the end Rf glades Branch of the National County Resources Development
ter, Order of Eastern Star, obI I'I of February, sets an all-time high League will be held next Tuesday Board. R. D. Hill is chairman or
served ,"obligation night" at a 'record for the school, according to night at 8 o.clock in the Lions the Chamber's Industrial Commit-

meeting in the Masonic Temple on i I Principal Frank Hobson. 3 club building in Pahokee, according I tee and Lamar Allen, Chairman of
Thursday night of last week. J. \V. I The new wing being constructed to an announcement by Roy I RDB's Committee.
Barrett in of on the high school building is Segree, .
was charge the pro- progressing president of the Everglades -j ----- -
gram. Others taking part were slowly because of delay Branch. WORKERS AWARDED
:Mabel Young, Gladys Harrington, in materials and hopes have faded ------... t-II CLUB PRIZES
Mattie Lou Keen, Sadie Bal'\\ick, for relief before next school se9-
Grace Rosenberg,Iva Snyder, Den- Band Plays Music
sion.A Palm Beach
J' -t.H Club workers in
nis Friend, Jennie McKinstry and new piano, the spinet type, 5 For Show
Industry county have been cited for outstanding -
Jessie Barnes. Following the program equipped with rollers for use in 3
work, according to an announcement -
refreshments were served by all rooms arrived this week and I
The Pahokee High School Band o from the West Palm
Mrs. McKinstry and Mrs. Hulett will facilitate the teaching of
school. presented an excellent concert last Beach office. Their records have
Denton. music in the elementary
Sunday evening at the -Manufacturers been entered in the state contests
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Guard Armory in West Palm The following girls in the Glades
Beach. I have outstanding records, Canal
By late Monday afternoon 11- ,Point Club: Patsy Ma. son, award
700 visitors had in War for achieve-
passed through I II$1.00 stamps
Seventh Baptist Article of Faith the doors to view the display of : ment in home improvement, given
products manufactured in Palm by Florida Chain Store association.
Beach County, several exhibitors I Pahokee Senior Club: Blanche
"Grace In Regeneration"H'Ve have only one man plants while Stevens, award, $1.00 in War
J. W. STlUCK others employ considerable more. II Stamps for achievement in gardening -
Evangelist J. W. Strack is con- There are products made from prize given by Florida Chain
ducting a revival meeting at the waste goods that have no apparent Store association. Also in the Pa-
Nazarene church in Pahokee and value and turn out to be fine cos- hokee Senior Club: Gloria Hender-

attendance is reported as good. tume jewelry, furniture, cabinet, son, $1.00 in war stamps for
believe that in order to be saved, sinners The illustrated chart messages by iron grill work and a factory built j achievement in child care, prize
the evangelist are creating a great home are only a few of the pro- given by same organization.
must be regenerated, or born again; that regene- deal of interest. The subject for ,

ration consists in giving a Holy disposition to the tonight" will be "Post War Condi-
tions, or "Will we have a just I i

mind; that it is effected in a manner above our and lasting peace". Saturday night II I I
t the topic, will be The Next World
comprehension by the power of the holy Spirit, in Ruler." Meetings will continue Tllel'Dlie Jugs
each evening at 7:30 o'clock until !

connection with Divine truth, so as to secure our March 17. The public is cordially I

voluntary obedience to the gospel; and that its invited-to -attend.Cattlemen-..-- 'Ve have just received a shipment of i i'I iI I

proper evidence appears in the Holy fruits of re- Will ''I two gallon Thermic Jugs with faucet I

1 pentance, and faith, and newness of lite." Meet Tuesday Eve priced at $6.60 :

The Palm Beach Cattleman's as- 'Ve have good assortment of Volt-
sociation will meet Tuesday night, a I
Paid Advertisement of the
March 12, at 8 o'clock in the office -
age Regulators at economy prices.
' First Baptist Church, Pahokee, Fla.HiiIii of Red Mounts, County Agent
All cattlemen and those interested

: are :uged to attend. L. H. Lewis, Wizard 10,000 mile Spark Plugs at f
: livestock marketing specialist, of

:, the State Department of Agriul- 33c each for all popular cars. 1
ture, will have a timely message
: for the group. There will also be
r some information in regard em- I
II ploying an inspector of marks and

I brands in Palm.Beach. county. Western Auto Associate Store i


Home Shortage Is I. M. LAIR, Owner PAIIOKEE, FLA. II I

Legion Subject I

I The difficulty of establishing

: homes faced by moot married vet-
Expert Workmanship
I erans returning from the service
to this community was discussed ArI flT
by members of Fred and Percy 1 ,
I :
Mansfield Post 90, American Legion -
I at a meeting in the city hall
I AND TUBESPROMPT Monday night. To assist these CABBAGE AND CELERY

I f'I I veterans the Legion launched a I
I movement to obtain desirable res-
idential building lots for them at
SERVICE no cost to the veterans, if possible. '
or at a cost of not more than $200
a lot. The supPort of the city of ,

\ Call 577 Pahokee For Pick-Up I Pahokee and local chic organiza- _
I tions in the "borne sites for return-
and Delivery Ing \'eterans" movement will be'
I sought by the Legion. t5'k3.

i Slater Brewton, World War II
I Ij veteran, was elected vice post com-
I i All Work Guaranteed mander to fill a vacancy in the I
roster of post officers. Plans were Beetle51Lo
i made for a membership drive with Pe rs'

: I the goal set at 2.00 members.lt'fIS)1 Various d Caterpillars

I an
.\ OS SU ).\, Worms
Radio & ApplianceRepair The ordinance of baptism will pagos utt
: be administered Sunday at 3:30, so

Canal Point Baptist Church, by (,10c1deO
i Shop the pastor of the First Baptist t2
Church, Pahokee. He,'. C. A. Moberg.

All are invited to_attend.. All the advantages of natural CRYCUTE
i J. E. Sullenger, Jr. --. ., Greenland cryolite. OIDE

Somebody paid perfectly good Not acutely toxic to man, tattle
25 E. Main St Pahokee Fla. r
.: ;t I money for a truck license and then ., or other animols. l 1

lost it. The number is 6GK1333.If \J. _...I' ,...,.t,
------ -- --- 1 you can produce a registration High degree of control at economical : .( j. !;.-
--- -- --- --- .- - -- form and show It to the Pa.hokee ., cost.Available -... ...

I police you can probably get the
j plate. alone or in combina-
I _..
tions with copper or sulphur
('.\R1) OF TII.\SKS ,
H WANTED: I I wish to express my sincere and DDT
heartfelt thanks to my friends for
i kindness and sympathy shown mt, AGIICULTUUL CHfMICA.LS DIVISIOH INSECTICIDES
during the illness and death ot my /ENMfYLYANIA Ar..w.w.il4Wsi.rp.y
I beloved father. Abraham Fawa-a. MAN f Tut/Ns.. C /ANT .dvstbar.rforwr..sue-

EXPERIENCED Many thanks for the beautiful .mm..4.4 by y.wr I.c.lKa..t.CMrro
messages of condolence, all have ) IXOWWNt11111tDING41A.7.PA. . /rp.rimi.l.lstill..fw
M. tcd v-.QgQ'$ w I'.0.
Good Working Canditions my everlasting gratitudt. eo (y, yp .MgrropGi .Nra dGM.TE s. ,w111M 84.". CAI I.IIt IFWI.
Mary ChlvigesMrs. csa&.,11 y..r 4iIr e e .
.: : FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT CO. ... Oh.a.ad IrF

PHONE 2001 AIIOKEE i J. W. Wood u the guest of @ Mu. AtricvhreJ S""ty Cte..,
I Yr. and Mrs H. D. Clark 1.1 Bab- 'H lilt. SH4 c.'J
I! son Park, FLs, Ws week. --


Page Four The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday, March 81Mrs. 194G
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Mr.: and Mrs. T. M: Johns of the Mrs. Pearl Woodward, Quincy, I-M and ; Sidney-S. DeLoach, I The Pahokee 1Vomsn's Club wUJ
Baptist orphanage in Arcadia were Fla.. is a guest here of her broth- I Jr., and children of Madison Fla.. conduct its birthday luncheon at
--- guests of Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Hell- er-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs.J. visited his aunt, 1rs. Minnie L.I I the clubhouse on Tuesday Mar. I

I er. in Canal Point Tuesday. I R. Pickren. I Hughes, here over the weekend. 12, at 12:15 p. m.

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G. B. Ramey Phone 2082)
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lrs. G. H. Goldsmith and son, =
Bo left Tuesday for larianna
after spending some time in Pato- 4
kee with her sisters, Irs. L. J.
Fraser and Mrs. J. V. Thomas.
Mrs Fraser accompanied her to.
Marianna and will return Sunda)'. : i

Mrs. Ray Burgen, Kansas City, H'
Mo.. has returned to Pahokee for rD ;
an extended visit with relatives
after visiting her brother and sist- ,

.er-in-Iaw, Mr. and Mrs. Carr Mi-
zell i1 Zeliwood.Mr. .
and Mrs. Jess Walton have 4 .'
__ _
returned to their home in the -

Cochran _Apartments in Pahokee j "
after a visit with their son and
in Orlando. r .
family 1 l
Miss Minnie Ruth Flowers has .
completed her nurse's training '
course at Jackson Memorial Hos-
pital in Miami and will arrive in .,
Pahokee this Friday. From here R
Mrs.-Minnie L. Hughes and Mrs.
W. H. Vann will accompany her to
Madison Fla.. for a visit with relatives k
there. Later Miss Flowers I 1
expects to go to Arizona for an advanced -
course in nurse's training.
:Mr and Mrs. J. E. Sullenger =

(Betty Cant) have moved from L1f I/IJillll&d-9c ,
Marion, Ky.. to Pahokee where I ftpJJ cy .
they will make their home. :Mr. 1
2 : tMJ.lUMJt/t ,n /Ii'II /ItpPIMlllIlf /
SulJenger is opening a radio sales

and repair discharged shop here.from He the was Army recently I :i t:=i:=: T-

at Hampton Va.. after 4 years in
the service and 19 months of duty
In the Panama Canal Zone.

dent Miss at Margaret Palm Beach Anderson Junior College stu-- 1945 Our Most Outstanding Year

West Palm Beach, visited
her parents, Mr and Mrs. H. J.
Anderson, here over the weekend.

Rev. and Mrs. R. L. Flowers re- THE FACTS AND FIGURES reproduced below from the Jefferson Standard's 39th Annual
turned to San Antonio, Texas,
Sunday after conducting a succes- Report represent more than just another year of progress in this company's bright record. This record

ful two weeks' revival at the Pa- \'hich is evidence of the fine American quality of thrift, is also a report of human progress. It represents

hokee Methodist Church. the foresight, the hopes, and the aspirations of more than 250,000 polic'holders. g 1\'hile putting "Pl:1nned
Lee Jeffers, recently released Protection" to work for additional thousands of Americans during 1945, Jefferson Standard agents made it

from the U. S. Maritime Service n year of greatest nchic\'ement. This company and its representatives look forward to even greater opportunities -
has returned to his home in Can-

base.Mr.al USMS Point.Band lie at was the a St.member Ittersburg ot the 3911 Ire It'ite Annual for 3'011 service Report to write in hookiet.the lor years a copy ahead 0/ our J E F F E R S 0 N 5 TA N D A R D S

and Mrs. L. B. Miller Sims-
bury, Conn.. and Mr. and Mrs. B. th
W. Miller Granby, Con!}., returned INTEREST EARNINGS AND 39 ANNUAL STATEMENT
home Thursday ot this week after INTEREST PAYMENT MAINTAINED
a tree weeks' visit here with Mr.

and frs. G. B. Ramt'Y. !Jefferson Standard maintained its nation leadership FINANCIAL STATEMENT a DECEMBER 31. 1945In
Interest earned on Invested mets. DUring the yen
Chief Warrant Officer Robert A.
Gardner ot Pocomoke, Md., who S per cent interest was paid en funds held in trust for
recently returned to the United policyholders! and beneficiaries-this ute has been ASSETS LIABILITIES

States from overseas duty. visited 'maintained since the company wu organized in 1907. Cash . . . . . . .$ 1,820,826 Policy Reserves $123,474,031
his wife's Mr. and Mrs. This reserve is required by
parents United States Government law to assure payment of
E. C. F..lmore at the Cross Hotel ASSETS INCREASED SUBSTANTIALLY Bonds. . . . 35,566,252 polic, oblia1 ollJ.
here over the weekend. Reserve for Policy
State, County and
The Rev and Mrs. R. L. Flowers Assets increased $18000000 for 19'5 Total I assets Bonds . 3,842,440 Claims in course of rlLJe,.
left Monday for San Antonio, Tex. are now 161000000. For every $100 01 liabilities meat on which proofs
All Other Bonds . . 14,494,209 lave aot been receind.
there $lIl96 of ssets.
after are
spending two weeksas the
Reserve for Taxes . 624,596
house guests of the Rev. and Mrs.T. Stocks . . . . 14,494,616
Liottd securities carried at Premiums and Interest
A. Ferguson. While here they LARGEST CAPITAL AND SURPLUS msrketcostoresllniue Paid in Advance . 2,711,491 '
conducted a series ot revival serve whichever Ii lowest.

ices at the Methodist church. With a 10 million dollar Capital 1 Stock structure First Mortgage LOlns. 66,792,718 Policy With P epJsn/ft. . 12,587,064

The Canal Point Wom- added to $8500,000 Surplus our company is in the Dividends for
: Real Estate . . . . 6,807,617
an's Missionary Union conducted strongest financial position is Its history Policyholders . . 1,510.619
an all-day mission study class at Loans to Our Reserve for All Other
the church Tuesday. A coverN- Policyholders . 10,281,816 Liabilities . . . . 1,12S,514
YEAR OF RECORD ACHIEVEMENT secured by the cash ,slug
dish luncheon was served at noon of politiet.
. liabilities . . . . $142,778,045
and a of and mission -
program prayer (111 I) largest sales in hitory-$70OOOOOO. Premium Loans and
study presented later.Mrs. Uenl. . . 2,316,658
((21) largest in insurance in 1 J
gain orct-$'TQ.soo1W\. Sfoeured by tM tub values Capital 10.000,000
Arnold and daughters, Eliz- (31( ) $589.000,000 Insurance in force-the greatest of policiel.en .
abeth and Ann of Winter Garden record. Investment Income in Surplus Un-
were week end guests of Mrs. T. Count of Collection 1,236,376 assigned 8.500,000
M. Chastain.
"PLANNED PROTECTION" AT WORK Premiums i in Course of
Total I I Funds for
Mrs. G. L. Sims left Saturday Collection .3,433,992 Surplus

night for a two weeks visit with ,--1. $7,JI M,000.in benefits was paid to pollqholden All Other Assets . . 190.526 o'Additional Policyholders Protection. 18SOOOO
her mother trs. Ed Alston In and beneficiaries in 1945. Total benefits since oraaniution -

IUchbnd. Ca : in 1907-ISI,600COO. Total' Assets . . $161,278,046 Total . . . . $161,278,04&

Mr. and Mrs. Anderson Chastain
!'pt'nt'eral days ot this week in
Miami attending to business.

Clinton Coburn is able to be
bark in his hardware store in Canal '.
Point after several days serious
Illness at his home In Port May.sea. PHONE 2571 PAHOKEE.fLORIDA
Mr. U>burn Is reported to be I'i1
greatly improved but is .taking
it Non" advice of his ph'sician. ., ;

Miss Mae Groowr of West Palm ISd't
I / /
Beach was married to Thomas FRitter aa 'I, i F
of I i s
Scotsboro. Indians, on I
ttNr'a.I n t rI
Tuesday at the Catholic rectory In 1 I i t'

W't't Palm t'ach. The bride is a '' ., . .,
1 :'e 1 ArN 1zZ
sister of Mrs. Joe Parker of Canal

Pl\nt. Following a wedding trip
the young couple will make their
borne in Indiana. lie wu recently zz i+
di har'N from the Strvict. I


Friday, March 8, 1946 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Page Five

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I II II II I I I a Feb.son 21.I Dorsey. Alan, on Wednesday, f Funeral Held For Pahokee PTA Met I AWAY WOU\X'S TWO CLUB PRIZES GIVES

I I Mr. and Mrs. Douglas R. Byrd I I Mi.s. Bertha Riedel Monday Evening

!!of Okeechobee announce the birth
I The Pahokee Woman's club gave
of a son, Jimmy Leonard, on Tuesday rrs. Bertha A.
Riedel, 68, of last Saturday
Feb. 26.County A singing mot ion picture I i away two prizes
i I i .. . Belle Glade, died at a Miami hospital "America Sings." was presented by i night. One was a handsome elec-

It has been "infant week" at Monday night following an Mrs. McDonald Harlow, program I tric range which was given to Mrs.M. .

the Everglades Memorial Hospital, I Forces extended illne.ss. She resided in'I chairman, \t the March meeting I I L. Hughes and the other was a

,: I Miami from 1912 to 1930 and was of the Pahokee Parent-Teacher Association ''late model vacuum cleaner which
in fact, through the weekend the Repair Road i I the first woman Civil Service
em- held Monday night in the :was given to Earl "Spider" Lind-
blessed events were occuring with I I ploye of the Miami post office. She I high school auditorium. Mrs. Har- rose.
County road forces this week had been ;i
for active in civic affairs
such regularity that it looked I in low also presented on the program .. .
'i hauled several hundred yards of ,Belle Glade and was a member of I III a of sixth -- .aKilpatrick --
a while that a new maternity wing group grade girls who
would have to be added to the hos- rock to the detour road from the II the Community Church there. sang three .son s. I. .

pital. I state highway to the ice plant inI Surviving are the husband, C. The PTA voted to contribute IcAlpinc
I I E. Riffiel: two sons, Harold E. and
of the new ar- Belle Glade for shoulder repair $19 in prizes to pupils of Pahokee
Announcements Victor W.. all of Belle Glade: three Schools who to Word has been received here of
work, according to County Com- are participate in
rivals are as follows: I' ,,sisters, Mrs. Della R. Bratley, Miami the Miami Herald the marriage of Miss Esther Kil-
missioner state-\\ide
Paul Rardin. Thi.s spell-
Wilmer R. Hoyle par-
and Mrs.
Mr. > ; rrs. Jesse R. Bingher, San patrick, of Sanford, and William
Point the birth ticular road was not built for the ing contest. A prize of $10 will be
of Canal announce j Diego, Calif., and Miss Lena Ran- awarded to the best IcAlpint', of Jacksonville, at Bainbridge -
TUes- heavy traffic it is carrying while speller and $5
of daughter, GW'Ilette, on
a the new road from the bridge in son, Wichita, Kan. to the second best speller in the Ga., on Saturday, Mar. 2.
day, Mar. 5. Funeral services were held at 2 elimination The bride, daughter of Jr. and
spelling contest at the
and Mrs. Lawrence B. Williams Belle Glade to the packing house
Mr. the district is under construction. .I p. m. Thursday at the David Lith- Pahok'oe s"hool.. In addition each ,Irs. E. G. Kilpatrick, former Port
Belle Glade announce
of go\\ Chapel at Iiami. The Rev.J. of the four which Mayaca I residents now living in
Elizabeth However, under the watchful grades are par-
birth of a daughter eyes O. Jameson, Belle Glade Sanford, is
offici- ticipating in the i a graduate of Pahokee
Mar. 4.Mr. I of the county road crew the contest will re-
Kay ated and burial was at Woodlawn ceive High School and was a member
$1 in cash.
and Mrs. John H. Pullen of road is being kept in fair shape for I
Park of
Cemetery, Iiami. President Carl A.. Junior Class at Florida
travel. Since traffic turned Moberg named
of was
the birth .
Clewiston announce '.
-- State College for Women, Talla-
Mrs. F. M. Wilson, Mrs. W. M.
over the short cut-off road a few DU-I'I.
Jonnie Lee, on Sunday,
a daughter hassee
at the time of her marri-
J.lar. 3. months ago, the county crew has Patsy Elliott Has Bose and Frank Rozelle on a committee I
i age. Mr. and Mrs. McAlpine will
to nominate officers I
Charles J. Smith of repaired it several times and a few new
Mr. and Mrs.
Birthday Party and make a report at the April' home in Jacksonville,
Pahokee announce the birth of a months ago hauled in several hun-
I ml' ting. The monthly attendance ......
Alexander, on Satur- dred yards of rock to patch the ,
son, Gabby Patsy Elliott celebrated her 12th
awards were won by Mrs. McDonald -
then shoulders.
day, Mar. 2. wilting- .a.. I birthday anniversary at a party I II Harlow's sixth grade at the I I i IEXU\ \ItWICK BETTERHenry
Mr and Mrs. Clarence O. Alt-
given by her mother, Mrs. B. ElI I elementary school and by the
man of Pahokee announce the IIF.\lt FJtO H. U. BAXTER I liott, at their home
on Bacom twelfth grade at the high school. Bar\\ck has been missing -
birth of a son, Clarence Oneal, :I
I Point Road Saturday afternoon. At the social hour in the cafeteria I from his familiar haunts during
Jr., on Friday, Mar. 1. A cablegram was received this Following the playing of lawn ,
refreshments the
were served by past two or three weeks on account -
Mr. and Mrs. Orson C. Fussell week by relatives from H. B. I
'games Patsy and her guests saw Mrs. Rupert Iock. Mrs. Mock was I of illness. Henry is reported
of Pahokee announce- the birth of Baxter in Japan. H. B. is in UncleSam's
Gene Autry in a horse opera at the I assisted by Mrs. Lewis Friend in i to be a great deal better and is
Linda Gale, on Friday, service and his cable said
a I I Prince theatre. Irs. Elliott
was the
absence of Irs. B. J. Barwick again able to visit some of his
Mar. 1. that he was heading for the States assisted by her sister, :Mrs. !
and Irs. Sam McKinstry, Sr., co- usual loafing spots. His familiar
Mr and Mrs. Ray D. Thompson and Pahokee. The cable came Frances Marshall, in the
serving hostesses who were absent because bidding signs have been missed on
of Pahokee announce the birth of ,Tuesday. of refreshments to 11 guests. of illness. the vegetable auction platforms in

-. . . the Glades.

II ... .
'Voman's Society To ORGANIZE SEW UNION

I What promises to be one of Pa- I Members of the Pahokee Wom-
I : i Hold Food Bazaar hokee's outstanding organizations I an's Club who attended the we

QUALITYCLEANERSBillie for the "older young people" is in Federation luncheon meeting !n
A food sale and bazaar will be
process of organization at the Belle Glade on Thursday of this
held at the Canal
: ( Kolstad Owner) Point school First Baptist Church. :Miss Clark week were Mrs. Rupert Mock, Mrs.
cafeteria on Saturday, Mar. 16,
Hull is the temporary president. A I Lewis Friend, :Mrs. A. E. Morgan,

I DRY CLEANING & ALTERING ; :, from 12 noon until 6 p. m. The bazaar goal of 40 has been set. The group Mrs. Sadie Barnick, Mrs. R. J,
is under the of
sponsorship I will meet this Sunday at 630.: Schroder and Mrs. G. 0, Schroder.
I the Canal Point Methodist Worn-

an's Society of Christian Service. i.,_ !

i CASH AND CARRY The finance committee in charge II! i

of arrangements includes Mrs. T. i iW. ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO I IWe
Griffith, Mrs. Joe Parker, Irs.I I

I i We specialize in slip covers, upholstery F. M. Wilson, Mrs. A R. Harring-I wish to thank our many friends in the Glades for the I
ton and Mrs. J. S. Harrington. business which they have given us in the past and for their I j I
J I and drapes. Alterations an- understanding and helpful attitude toward us during the i

" years while we were mainly engaged in the preparation and I J
other specialty of
; ours.PROMP'T Classified Ads maintenance of Airfields for the Army and Navy. I i! I f

Once again we are able to resume peacetime operations and
offer you the same efficient and courteous service which it
I SERVICE FOR SALE: 1941 three-quarter has been our endeavor to render in the past. The service we !

I ton, Dodge, four by four pick- offer is complete, from landscape designing to a finished i

up, with stake body. Cash $650. i planting job. Our Nurseries are stocked with a wealth of :
(Located in Pahokee in Old Bivans New three-quarter ton Granite I lovely trees, shrubs, vines, potted plants etc. awaiting your I

II' Lumber Yard Office) trailer, complete with hitch, coup- selection. I IWr
lings, wiring and tail lamp. $225. : invite you to stop in and visit us at any time and will 1 1I

I Phone 2311 or 2291. Christian' I appreciate your continued business. ;

Chevrolet 01., Pahokee Fla. 'I' E. TINSLEY HALTER, President. !

St. 2-22-ch I XlmSEmr.S: 1100 Southern Boulevard (Route No. 25 at
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: FOR S.\I.r.: 19H Ford Pickup. j jI City Limits), West Palm Beach, Florida

1f Yon Have Cattle To Sell I: 3.1-46 Chevrolet Very god. Company condition., Pahokee. St.l I

: ch.W.tNTEU I
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or Need Slaughter House Facilities :, : THREE FIRST CLASS I, 1


: WRITE, W. W. Barnes, Pahokee,

: Fla. Phone 2371, Christian Chevrolet J. 'V. RASHLEY

FARMS : Company, Pahokee. St.3-1-cb
- JEWELER Helld Glade, Fla.
: w.\Sno: House or apartment in
Star Route 106 West Palm Beach Pahokee or Canal Point. Phone

: 3441. Henderson Texaco Service GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY

: Station, Pahokee. S1. 31ch.

-- - -- ---- -- W.E: A male or female

I bookkeeper. Or, a girl for a I II
secretary. Geiger Lumber Co. I I

Pahokee.-- --. St., -3-1-46ch.-- r I Canal Point Machine Works i !

Ilolllogellizetl FOR S.\I.E: Howe with three

apartments. Rented for $75 per i I II
I month. Fairly close in. A good I Manufacturers Of I I IIRnIGATIO

i buy at $550. See Dan Carpenter, ''AND nllAINAGE PUMPS !
VitUlli Iii Iilk j
I 1-Pahok'oe-, F1a. -- ;, lIynUAULIC MOLE DRAINS I

l'IIOl'' : TIt.\IUlt for sale. See WEED CHOPPERS ;

Dukes at State Market. 'I I I
-0--0-- 1 ltpd.l' ,

_ i
I :i AVAILABLE AT YOUR nU\ltOUT TRFCK-for sale, I Ilt'kup. \\'e Are Agents For !

in fair condition. $250, :I ASeO MARINE FORD CONVERTED ENGINES :
GROCERY STOREI W, J. Larnmoff', Pahokl'e, Fla., at '
I the J. p ofire. i

--0-.0- iIXTt:1t; ) I
lHG pupC r sale, 209Bacom

I I Point Road in Pahokee.1tpd.. \VE: HAVE DRAG LINE GABLE IS STOCK I i iI

!i \ i iIRVE ___ I
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LFI 'Hm't"ktnlook at the I
If h>l on your paper Iatf'lv It

I :'h, ',T. s the day your subecriptlonIcxpirea. - __ I

I' __ W. 1.\XrFAt'TrnE E\'EnrTIII TELIT'SM.DE I
FOR S.\U 191
: Twenty-foot OF IRON FOR USE IS '
: Oti' :
Glider trailer, electric brakes.
, Phone 20 Belle Glade, Fla Tin: GLADES '
I bottled JU ,sleeps t, used 3

! months $1500, af. F. Feintatn. Pahokee. -
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v ar aoa-aa Vrr
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' a 0a $ PEAD HOLLAND na nn

a Candidate For The


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Florida And The Nation


United States Senate D

Such Outstanding Service As
Spessard Holland Gave As

Wartime Governor And State Senator

This Ad Prepared and Paid for By Holland's Friends in the Lake Okeechobee Region

Friday, March 8, 1946 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Page Seven
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tvith it yourself until-the fourteenth :I!Herman Iautz Is City Clerk W, P. Walker was The Pahokee Methodist Woman's -

this week the of Christian Servicewill
Breezy called to Miami by Society
then rush up to a tax man
Erecting Building illness of his daughter who un- hold its March meeting at the
hand him bunch of fast and loose at 3
a Mar 11,
derwent an operation at a hospital church on Monday,
\Vtgot lost again last week. It I figures, get a pint of giggle juice Herman Kautz and a crew of there. ;p. m.

was that income tax business that I and go jookin'. The fee .on't men are busy this week erecting I

had us snowed under, however we :I bother you half as much as the a new building on Bacom Point --- - -
road south of the -- -------- ----
learn something new every )'ear. headache. Don't forget that if you just Pahokee ,

All you need is one set of instruc- bought fifty chicks and half of I Fish Market. The new building

tions and two number ten-forty I I them died for any reason, such asI !will front 50 feet on Bacom Point BERRY FUNERAL HOME j jI

the in- road and be 33 feet deep. It will
blanks. You start reading I the lack of feed, it can be considered -I I
structions just like you know what I a capital los3. File any and contain two store rooms and Herman I !

it is all about, before you are half all possible claims and you might I I will have his electrical repair Ambulance Service !

through you wonder if the fugi-I get a refund. shop in one and rent the other. It :

tive from a nut house, that drew: trill be two stories and of concrete

up the blank, has been retired on I Wonder what that word "turbid"means block construction. Before leainO'Pahokee Pahokee Ph. 2301 Belle Glade Ph. 247 : ;

a government pension or is still that was spilt all over the for service with Uncle t tL

loose. When are com- I Sam Herman had built a j
running you : front page of last week's paper? up -

pletely saturated with instructions, If it means what came out of the pretty good electrical and radio _

then start to confess. In group business He now hopes to rebuild -
you bath tub faucet last Saturday nite - -- ----- -

one you print your name, your we know an English word for it this business into a livelihood.

wife's name and all the relatives that understands. We I
you dare to include. In group two do not mind making the water P.\RTXERSIUP I

you list your income or earnings, look like that after the weekly ; Notice Is hereby given that the part.nership -
I ot Edwin R. Butler. New York A Servant of the Glades
we should say just your earnings bath but it's tough crawling into N. Y.. Frank L Anderson Belle Glade,

because you do not have to declare a tub filled with what looks like is PIa. and Forrest Norton. South Bay,
Fla. formerly doing business as South
. your bridge and poker profits until connected to the neighbors drain Bay Growers and Distributors at South

you come to group four (no one pipe. The city has gone "all out", Bay Florida which had been registered
To Miami
under the
provisions of Chapter 20953. '
ever loses at bridge or poker). cash and otherwise, to try to rec- Laws ot Florida Acts ot 1941 In the 4 Buses

Line five says, "add amounts In tify the problem but we feel that PI Court rid House at' Palm Beach County To West Palm Beach
0 a. n3 Dissolved
items 2 3 and 4 'that is- done effective
: by
it will take more than a flash of June 14. 19'5. Under our agreement

simple arithmetl greenbacks and talk to do the for Edwin the R.dissolution Butler received of said partnership all Assets i Daily To Ft 31"ers S Lakeland

If you can fight your way job. and assumed alll1abutUes. This 1s official -
through lines six seven, eight and notice or that agreement. i

nine, followed by further question This town and some of the peo- ot All this interested published parties noUce.will take notice I

In small will find this Signed at South Bay Palm Beach
print, you of Glades Motor Lines Inc.
ple in it must need an injection I County Florida February 16. 19'6:
bare face "I
staring you in your "aunt Minnie's enlargement oil" or Frank L. Anderson ,
declare under the of Forrest Norton
penalties per-
something. Here it is only eight Pub: Feb 22, March I, 8. 15, 1946. "
that etc etc. Now know SERVING TilE GLADES"r1
jury you weeks until election and we have

what that second blank Is for, tear no rush of candidates, no cards IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TilE
the first and start over UTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR-
up and no stinking cigars. We have ID.IS AND FOR PAUl D\CII

again. If you tell the truth yOU !. not had one chance to tell a lie yet, COUNTY
will never be able to payoff and CHANCERY SO. UU
we never feel right until we have LUCILLE HAUSHAULTER :
if do not tell it right will
you you told each and every candidate that Plaintiff :
lay awake nights wondering when -\5- :
they have our full support. Maybe DANIEL HAUSHAULTER. :
the Is to fall. It sim-
axe going
it is best to put it all off until the Defendant.
mers down to one of two things, NOTICE TO APPEAR
last minute, that confuses the TO DANIEL HAUSHAULTER 620 5. Mc-
to live in Pahokee broke or
trying voters more and makes them feel DONOUGH STREET, D B CAT E R.
free room and board In Atlanta.Of GEORGIA:
more important, or more useless.
You are hereby required to in
course, we can tell you the best appear
the above Court on the 8th day of
way to work it, wrestle around April, A. D. 1946. at the Court House In
Have been listening
you West Palm Beach Palm Beach County,
at this blowing about the state of Florda. to answrr to the Bill ot Com-
Florida and the ramie deal? It plant for Divorce med against you In
USE the above entitled cause and EVERGLADES -
our memory serves us correctly, it NEWS a newspaper regularly
666 published In Palm Beach County Flor- -- --- -- - ----- -- -
was just about a year ago that the
Ida. 1s hereby designated as the news-
state farm or that ramie outfit, paper In which this Order shall be published -

Cold Preparations offered some of the growers here weekly once each Issues.week for tour consecutive -

enough seed or plants (whichever DONE AND ORDERED at West Palm
Liquid, Tablets, Salve, Nose Drop
Beach County, Florida,
Beach Palm
it takes) to plant an acre of ramie
Caution Use Only AI Directed this 4th day of March. A. D. 1946.J. .
for experimental purposes. As Car ALEX ARNET1' Clerk ot

as we know, no one took advant- Circuit Court Palm Beach
.... -- County Florida
age or their generous offer. The (Circuit Court Seat)

reading public knows, and is look- Dy Thaddie P. Plant

'VALLY'SUPHOLSTERY ing forward to the development of Thadd Whiddt'n Deputy Clerk. I

ramie. The world Is waiting for Attorney for Plaintiff I -

iti; therefore it will be produced I Pub Pahokt'f': March Florida 8. 15. 22 and 29, 1946.I .
and proce.csed.; It will be done
right here in the Everglades be- NOTICE OF APPUr.'TlO FOR l ,
cause It is supposed to be the best I (Senate nm So. 16])

place for it. If It is not done by NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That
M. R. Hall. holder of Tax Certificate
CANAL POINT, FLA. local interests it will be done by No. 4'60. tssud the 2nd day of July
outsiders. Perhaps it would be A. D. 1928. has filed same In my office .
I and has made application for tax deed , ;, qF r _
best to let the State of Florida to be issued thert'On. Said certificate f \

Auto Seats A Specialty start their deal oft, when they get I I embraces the following described property ii 4I
In the County of Palm Beach, j i _
all the wrinkles ironed out and we State of Florida to-wit:
Coupes 515 Up have a bad vegetable season, then I Nit or SE'y or NEIL of NW!4 Section -
I 8. Township 42 South, Range \
Sedans will be the time to run them off. 43 East 3 acres. 1
$27.50 Up When the next election comes t The assessment ot the said property Ji-- ____
under the said cfrttticatf Issued n. In I
along, run off all the politicians j the name at Unknown --I
that had anything to do with the I Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -
I according to law the property
'YOIAN'S CLUB state being in the ramie business. I described therein will be sold to thehighest

OLD BUILDING Speaking of politicians reminds us on the bidder tint Monday at the in court the house month door of IJ -

ot the old, old story at the moun- I April, 19.6, which Is the 1st day otI I Il

taineer who had seventeen children I April 1946.
I Dated this 2nd day or February, 1944. J
... .
- -- all boys. When they came I J. Alex Arnett Clerk atf
at f (SEAL) the Circuit Court ot Palm
the A
age they uniformly Beach County, Flortda. l Message Concerning
democratic ticket, all except one Pub. Feb. 8. 15. 22, k March 1 dr 8. 1946
-- -- -- -- --
boy, The father WWI asked to ex- -
plain this evident fall from grace TAX DEED

"Waal," he aid, "I've always tried (House Bill No. IS&!)
NOTICE Is hereby given that Mayme TelephonesFor 1
to bring them boys up right, In L Phlter the holder ot the following
WAR DOES NOT fear of God and democrats to the I certificates has med said ruttcat.ea
for a tax deed to be Issued thl'rtOn.
DETERMINE WHOIS bone, but John, the ornery cuss, I The certificate numbers and years ot
got to readin''. issuance. the description of the prop-
RICNT. . . ONLY ''assessed. and the names In which It wu Farmers
are as follows: Cert1t1rate No.
WHO IS LEFT IO. 10331. Year ot Issuance June 30. A. D.
LEGAL NOTICE 19012, Description ot Property;
Lot 6 Block 17& Town or Like
Worth as In Plat Boot 2 Pages 29
to 40 inclusive; Name in which assessed -
FOR PALM nucil COUNTY, Certificate No 10332. Year ot issuance
nORID.Il'SfERY .\ June 30. A. D. 19012. description ot
( NO zlsza I property;
11ihr 0r EDMUND D. THOMAS, : Lot 1 Block 175 Town at Late Worth I

; Plaintiff :.. I, L' In Plat Book 2 Pages 29 to 40inclusive One of our most important peacetime activities, supplying -
-\.sARLEEN Name tn which assessed:

n,Defendant THOMAS. I Alt Cntnown.said property being tn the County telephones in farm areas, has been resumed

NOTICE TO \PPE.'R I of Pam Bt'ach. State ot nortdl.
/ 11 TO ARLEEN II 11IOM.\S. 34 N. mGR- Unless such certificate or certificates I and is being expanded as rapidly as equipment onJ
r e L A N D BOULEVARD. HOLLYWOOD I shall bf redeemed according to lAw the I
CALIFORNIA property described in such certificate : materials are available.I .
You are hereby required to appear or certificates will be sold to the h1gh-
In the above Court on the ISth diy nr est bidder at the Court House door on Considerable time and equipment will be require
March A D 1m, at the Court House the first Monday tn the month of
In West Palm Beach Palm Beach I AprU. 19015. "bicb t.s the 1st cay ofApril.
County Florida to Answer to the Bill i 1946.Dated i! to build the lines and install the facilities necessary
11'hat is "left" after a fire lof Q'lmplaint far Divorce flied against I this 2nd day of Februiry. 1946.
you tn the above entitled cause and I J Alex Amf'ttf' Clerk of i to extend service to all areas.
or accident depends entirely EnROt.'Dffl NEWS, a newspaper teqularly 'SE.\LI tthf' Circuit Court of Pam
published tn hIm Beach County. Beach (aunty. Fhorida You will be glad to know however that we have
on how tr'ell we pre-pro- ,Florida. 1. hereby designated as the Pub : Feb 8.15.22 & March. 1 k 8,1946 ;
newspaper tn 'hleh this order wIt bfI -- - -- - -
Vide against just such j I published once tub week for tour NOTICE started our rural development actiities and are expanding .
weekly l'i8UE'S PUBLIC NOTICE 1J hereby given that
emergencies. One SURE ORDERED at west Palm !h' urdenigned Intends to r.-.tH the work to bring telephones to additional
Beach hm Beach with Clerk of Circuit Court
County Florida the the In
Way of having it A L L this 13th day cr F.bruary. A D. 1m and tar Palm Beach County. F or1c1&. farm communities just as fast as we can
j' J ALEX ARSE'M'E. Clerk of pursuant tD Section ae Ib Florida i
LEFT is to INSURE. the Circuit Court Pam Beach StAtute.: ct 1941. the tifttttout name.
County. Florida.4Cirenlt to-,"U

R. LEECH I Court Dy Thaddie Sean P. Plant, Deputy under whleh Ql'UItnL"rU ft are engaged in tr.ltr.l'5IhbQktf. .SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY

C1trk.Thadd in Palm Beach County. Poeida. Icvwehl
ISSl'IUSCh r.\1I0KEE Wbtddtn I
I Attorney for P1nt fPahokre. Strnf'd C A. Kokt..1
Florida wire Belle KoIata ,
Pub: February 1U2, 1 Ar,1 and a, 1544. Pub. .W. 1. a. U. 22. IH


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