Title: Everglades News
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 Material Information
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 22, 1946
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079910
Volume ID: VID00431
Source Institution: University of Florida
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.1 Co.1915 Palm 112,091 Population Census Beach "_ THE EVERGLADES Nr.(\/S. \oj The Distinguished Mind"The Provinces"Prefers Truly_..f'>.--,

Volume 23-No. 1 Canal Point, Palm Beach County, Florida, Friday, March 22, 19-i6 $2.00 Per Year

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Trio Of Pahokee Business Men Offer English Bride Joins Salvatore And Taylor Named As Glades

Husband In Canal Pt

For Seats On Council In Election May 7 Mrs. Diamond Harold Carlisle Members School Board; Opposition_

arrived in Canal Point
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In this issue we are carrying the evening after a voyage from Eng- I Mayor George A. Taylor of Belle
political announcements of three rete Harrison Has land on the Queen Mary, arriving Piling Going Down Glade was named a member of the

of Pahokee's outstanding and successful Enforcement Role in New York on Monday afternoon For Precooling Plant county school board today when
of this week. Mrs. Carlisle's home the 12 o'clock noon deadline passed
business men who are offering is in Horn Church, England. She with him in
State Beverage Commissioner Workmen are busy this week no one filing against
their services to the City of met Harold during the war when District No. 4. The district was
James T. Vocelle driving piling for a new twostoryprecooling
Pahokee as councilmen. These men spent Tuesday he was stationed in England. recently created by the board and
In West Palm Beach, accompanied plant for the firm of
are Frank Shaughnessy, Don Hillier ... Mr. Taylor consented to run after
by Judge John P. Mack, attorney Jones Brothers Canal
and Marshall Lair. Point grow- he received pledges of cooperation
city-wide for the department and F. R. ers. The plant will be located on a
Chosen at a public from many people in the new dis-
(Pete) Harrison, chief enforcement Poston Is Running lot just south of Delmar Hooks
meeting held several weeks ago trict comprised of Belle Glade,
officer. store Lake Front
the trio, after much persuasion, on Road. Lake Harbor, South Bay andBrown's
Mr. Harrison was formerly Pa- The will be 62x90 with the
decided to offer for places on the Good Race For Seat plant Farm.In .
hokee police chief; served as con- first story of concrete block con-
council. They are pledged to a the Pahokee, Canal Point and
stable there and also as deputy struction and the
progressive administration if elected story out Chosen District No. I, Carmen Sal-
and sheriff. For the put; several years On R Comrnissioni of metal. There will be 390 piling
have been outspoken in vatore was automatically reelected -
he has been State parole super- under the plant, workmen said. A
their determination to see that Pa- I when no opposition appeared
visor with headquarters at Or- I loading tunnel 600 feet long will be
hokee takes its rightful place The for him. Sal\:atore was Instrumental -
lando. This was his first visit to following editorial from the erected alongside the FEC tracks
among progressive and outstanding in redistricting the county
the county in his new capacity.- Palm Beach Post will be of inte-
cities in South Florida. rest .... and creating the new Glades dis-
Palm Beach Times.Highway every person in Palm Beach
Each of the candidates has trict. the he has
who During years
County hopes for the election
pledged himself to a program that ... of a Palm Beach county man to 17 New Members served on the board he has left no
will bring Pahokee out of the stone unturned to better school
membership on the State Railroad
doldrums into which it was lulled I Patrol Commission. conditions in the county.J. .
A. A. Poston, mem- Join Post
by the excuse that "there is a war ber of the board of county com- Legion C. Engram of Lake Worth has
on!' Dozens and dozen of folks Station missioners from filed his candidacy for reelectionand
Radio Lake Park, is
who attended the public meetings waging a determined campaign to I No. 90InPahokee will be opposed by Mrs. Lau-
at which these three men were ren Hand of Delray Beach. Mr.
secure a seat on this importal'1tbody
asked to run for councilmen, are Moved To Pahokee His campaign is attracting Engram has represented Dist. No.

hopeful that a complete and I' state-wide attention and each day Seventeen new members were 3 for many )'ears. George Slatonin

thorough street program will be he is securing new pledges of sup- welcomed by Fred and Percy Vist. No. 2 was not required to
worked out for Pahokee. I The Florida Highway Patrol ra- Mansfiled Post 90 at a meeting in run for reelection this )'ear.
port. Believeing that
every person
The three candidates are well 1 dio station, formerly located at in the Glades is interested in this the city hall Honda" night with a In the newly created District

and favorably, known in Pahokee I Belle Glade, has been moved to Pa- state-wide race, we herewith re- predominance of World War II No. 5 Ralph Kettler had the field

and community. Mr. Shaugbnes- : hokee and erected. The antenna print an editorial from the Post on j veteran members in attendance. all to himself for many weeks but
sy, rnnning in group one, has been is on the water tank and temporary Tuesday of this week: The post passed a resolution during the final days before the
in Pahokee since 1938 and is own I headquarters are being maintained RUNNING A GOOD RICE I pledging its full support of the filing deadline there appeared

er of Glades Equipment company. : in a small building at the rear ot Palm Beach'County candidates I Community Chest now being organized plenty of opposition. On Wednesday .

He had visited Pahokee regularly 1 the Davis Cafe. :Miss Betty Lou haven't had much luck running i by civic groups. Melvyn of this week Jack Sutor and

since 192t Mr. Hillier, running I Pickett and Mrs. Betty (Cant) for State offices in \he past but it I Pugh gave a report on the civic Pat Knight filed in the same race.

in group two, came to Pahokee in Sullenger are the operators. \ looks as if we might have a win- committee being organized to assist Sutor 1s a long.time resident of
1935. He is a contractor and his State radio engineers said the ner this year veterans in securing lots and : the county and for five years

firm is known 8.9 Don Hillier and reason for moving the station to From aU sections of Florida homes in the Pahokee-Canal Point I was a teacher in Palm Beach

Son. Marshall Lair, running inc Pahokee was that better reception are coming favorable reports re- area. Carmen Salvatore was ap- I hi g h school, having resigned
group three, came to Pahokee In could be had from this point. Op- garding the chances of A. A. pointed. to represent the post oon last fall to take a position with
? 1921. lie has been associated with erators had picked up Ocala soon Poston of Lake Park fort winning this rommittee. I nFF. Pat Knight L9 a druggist
the Bank of Pabokee and now after the station was put on the the Democratic nomination for a It was announced that the Le- fIn North Dixie in West Palm

owns and operates the Western air. In the former location it had place on the State Railroad gion plans to sponsor various [peach and is known to many folks

Auto Associate Store. been impossible to contact Ocala Commission.Mr. sports in this area and the post I In the Glades, he having tilled In

.. satisfactorily. Poston has a good many will organize a baseball team. The for John Bolton several summers
- All of the fire trucks of the Americanism committee will be in
I while John vacation.
factors in his favor. His'loyalty was on
Everglades Fire Control district to the Democratic Party has charge of the sports program. .....
No For are equipped with radio and Fire Carmen Salvatore outlined the .
Opposition never been questioned. He has a
Chief Guy Bender said this week wide acquaintance throughout needs of the committee and asked Atty Whidden Wins
that he would continue to operate for financial assistance in the purchase -
Lucky Lake Lytal I through the Pahokee station. Chief the State, especially among
; county officials and State em- of baseball uniforms. I Two Cases Before
Bender said that he would coope- Post Commander J. S. Chastain
ployes. In 14 years as a mem- :
Has rate fully with the station in its named Abe Dobrow, George Mead, :
Byrd Opponent her of the Palm Beach County
I new location. Commission he has established I Slater Brewton Loel Lence and L. : Fla. Supreme Court
WSYU. All patrol I II
:' The station a State-\\ide reputation for I V McClelland on a committee to
County Commissioner Lake Lytal j I'cars are equipped with radio. sound judgement and ability to I nominate officers for the post elec-

of Nest Palm Beach breathed A I -- ... --- Jet things done. During much of tion to be held at the city han on i Attorney Thadd WWdden of Pa-

sigh of relief at 12 noon today that time he has served as chair- i Monday night, April 1. I hokee was notified this week by

when the qualification deadline I J. Louie Carter To man and secretarY of the Flori- --... I the secretary of the State Supreme
passed with no opposition appear- da County Commissioners Association I I Court that decisions had been

Ing for. him In his race for reeleclion. RenamedClerkSans an organization of I Building Permit I handed down In two cases which
Commissioner C. Y. "Check" Be and were favorable to his clirnts One
great power prestige. :
Byrd of De1ray Beach was not so While ever loyal to his own I To Be Issued For of interest to Pahokee taxpayers

lucky, for during the final hours Opposition county Mr. Poston has always County TB Hospital wu the case wherein the City of
for qualification he drew an op- avoided stctionalism. A native Pahokee had tried unsuccl'sstul1ytor

ponent-Robert Lawson, a builder of Duval County, he has spent I The County Commission Is now years to collect taxes from J.

who lives in Delray Beach. This J. Louie Carter, seeing his third much of his life in this area and I free of any threat of an appeal I R. Poland, former large property
reporter is not acquainted with i term as clerk of the criminal court has the welfare of all Florida at from the recent circuit court order I holder In Pahoket.Mr. .
Mr. Lawson but will bring readers. of record, this week announced his heart.If permitting it to build a tubercu- Whlddf'n, Pahokte City Attorney -

some background history on him candidacy for re-election. Mr. a shrewd mind the courage losis hospital at the County Home : was notified that the supreme -
at a later date. Carter will be re-elected in May of his convictions and a sincere i site. court upheld Circuit Judge
Mr. Lytal is completing his second without the Jos. S. White in refusing to rat
opposition de-
i primaries I desire to serve the public are i After Commissioners W H. Hitt
two-year term on the board deadline for candidates havingpawed sirable qualifications in a rail- and George cCampbel1 had said aside an assessment made by the

and has mad an envious record as I at noon today with no one road commissioner, the Palm i that the delay caused by legal action City of Pahokee against property
a hardworking memlx He IN filing against him.Commenting Beach County candidate should should not be prolonged foI- oed by J. It Poland. It was

the fight for redistricting the I on his ..retlectionIr. Ix well-fitted. As a county commissioner !I I lowing the court's decision, it was: first in 193 that the City of Paha-
county Into new commissioners I Carter said: "I have endeavored Mr. Poston has dem-I voted to instruct the building in-I kee and Mr. Poland disagreed over

districts and at no time since pasO to use the experience train- onstrated these qualities time I i spector to issue a permit for the assessment He maintained that

sage of Amendment No. S, calling ing and knowledge received in this and time again hospital. higher valuation were placed on

for the redistricting, did Mr. Lytal office to give the people of Palm Among the seven candidates, On motion of Commissioner B.Tinsley his property than on similar property .

give up the fight until the job Wa Beach County a firs! class adminIstration seeking this nomination he L9 Halter, the city attorney in the same vicinity

thoroughly completed. His auto- of the affairs of this of- outstanding from every stand- o, was authorized to ask for a rehearing Associated with Mr. Whidden in

matic I'f'electionbiJ year gives fice. point. There can be no denial on the single point as to the Poland case was the law firm

him a four year term. "I shall continue this policy to that South Florida deserves representation whether or not the court' order of Alley, Drew Burns and Middle-
Mr. Byrd has been a member of I render services efficiently, courteously on the railroad com- was meant to exclude the entire; ton of Wet Palm Beach.
the board since! 1932. He announced -! and economically, to the best mission. Its membership has County Home site from the city The other was the case of Dar-

his Intention of seeking reelection of my ability." been confined to North Florida I tUmiu.-Palm Beach Post. : reU Smith versus f'rank Brewer,

a week ago last Monday and i Elected In June, 193., receiving for many )'t'ars. "Barney" PostI I I ... G. H. Heath, A. W. Landers, et a1.A .

said that his campaign would be I a majority of votes In every precinct on appears to be the best bet for favorable d(1ision'U handed
centered around his long service in the county and the highest getting it. BUYS PROPERTYMayor I down In this cUt on Tuesday of

moN. His outstanding promise number of votes in the election t O. B. McClure of Pahokee this week, according to notice it-
to the \'oters'U one that he has t'Mr. Carter was the youngest candidate ---_.. -- hu purchased 20 aCrt3 of land In reined by Attorney Whlddtn from

fulfilled year in and year out as a I to be elected to a major 1'\(71r. 1'1.ll.lr See. IS from J. F. Hudson flute. the secretary of.the.high court.
member of the boord-that of courthouse office, being 2S years The land is located across Bacom -
handling the county's business in I' old at the time. The First Baptist Cirls Auxiliary Point road from the home of Mr. Clarence Padgttt of Canal Point,

a conservative manner. Winning rt-eledion in 1935 by a meet at the home of Mrs. : and 1Irs. Earl Meredith. I a student at Georgia Military College -

Commission Chairman J 0 h n majority of votes in every precinct Ralph Crimes Friday afternoon to I ... at Milltdgmllt, CL, is mAIng -

Prince of Lake Worth wu elected, he was nominated without practice on a pantomime, .We'\'e I Miss Eleanor Chastain. student I an excellent record In the

for a four-'far term two years I opposition In 1913. He is this a Story to Tell to the Nation" at Shorter College in Rome, G&, is !month of February he m ads

ago, as were Paul Rardin from year completing 12 years of service ., which the group \\ill present the II at home to spend spring holidays straight A'L lie t.s spending tie

Canal Point and A. A. "&rnty"P08ton 'I as clerk of criminal and eoun, last put of this month a definite I\\i1.1 her parents, Mr and Yrs. "spring holidays with a class mate,
of Lake Park. ty courts. date to be announced Cb.staln. I Ed Mercer, In Albany, Ga.o' .

Two The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida
March 22 1916
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Bible Class
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Sunday

Established 1924 Published Every Friday & GRIFFITH INC.
Just why is The Pahokee Men's
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance .
Bible Class enjoying the large
West Palm Beach
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office membership of 128 as reported I

In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter., last Sunday by the secretary. C. I
A. Batchelor? Why has the aver- I Tell Us Your Xeeds. "'e Handle:
Paul Hardin Editor and Publisher age attendance increased to 75,
with 81 present last Sunday? In Underwood Typewriters
Courtesy Course the opinion of the teacher Rev.C. Iarchant Calculator

\\'e are glad to see that the ACL is sending some or its A. Moberg it is because in Pa- Sunstrand Adding Machines
employes back to school, not for "readin', 'ritin' and 'rith.metie' hokee there exists a group of men
who have rome to the realization Ediphone Voice Writing Equipment
but rather to learn something about efficiency md
that the Sunday School is the an- Mimeographs
courtesy. \\'e had about come to the conclusion as a resultof swer to the many problems con-
the little traveling we have done during the last few years ', fronting mankind today. Citizens I Filing Cabinets
that the helpful pullman car porter and the smiling dining of this community love this city I Steel Desks & Tables
car waiter were definitely of a bygone era. But while we i and are tuned to the face that by. Aluminum Chairs
are on the subject of courtesy that is something which putting first things first in this Steel 1 Safes
could be taught with profit by virtually all business organi- way only can this area prosper not
zations.-Sanford Herald. only in the temporal things but \Ve suggest that you send us your order so that we may
a S also in the eternal. Hence it is notify you as our stocks come in.
the aim of this class to reach
Over-Zealous every inhabitant to this end. An Expert repairing and overhauling all types and makes

'Ve didn't hear it, but from reports we've received, the enrollment of at least 200 is the of office machineJ. Our repair department will be glad

army in ib drive to sign up recruits is getting m'er-zealous goal.All to give you an estimate. AU work guaranteed.

in radio programs.In men not attending Sunday J
one of them, at least. For on this program they told a School elsewhere are urged to at. 4
if not otherwise in-
doleful tale about some returning soldiers. GI Ko. 1 came tend terested.this class The singing of so large .. -- _n .. _ _
back to his old job and found they wouhln't give him a a under the enthusiastic
break. They cut his pay. GI No. 2 came back and found that leadership group of Rep Cowart is an in- PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERS

his girl who'd promised to wait had married his old friend.GI spiration in its 1f. The three num-
No. 3 came back and found that his old sidekick who bers presented by the Class Quar-
stayed out of service had made lots of dough and wouldn't tet, Messrs. Wood, Butler, Spooner L DDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDGd

have any truck \\ith him any more. Cowart and Grimes (alternate) .
Now, there may be some isolated cases like this, but it is something worth getting out of Q
certainly isn't the general rule. The army has plenty of bed on a Sunday morning for, for

sound reasons to ask men to sign up, but it shouldn't try to it does give that lift all Lawrence need. CAS H. NOW
smear John Q. Citizen.-Pensacola News-Herald. The genial president 0
Jaudon is always on hand to per- 0 Q
meate the atmosphere with leader-
Killed When Car of Okeechobee, were in Fort Pierce ship of the cheerful note. Messrs. a oWE
Memorial hospital Monday from Holman and Watson know how to
injuries received in the accider.t. .greet at the door. The special
series of teachings on "The Children -
Their condition was not serious. II.
Lloyd Clifton Lightsey 22. Okee- of Israel" past, present and
chobee, war veteran and son of V. His car left the road and hit a I future, is being received with much Late Models Any Make 0
E. Lightsey, chairman of the Okee.chobce tree. Lightsey had been discharged -I favor. This Sunday the teach a Q
county school board, was only last December after four will discuss the rebuilding of the 0
fatally injured in an automobile temple in Jerusalem which was destroyed -
and a half year's service in the
accident Sunday between Belle I I in A. D. 70. All service 0I
Glade and Pahokee and two other I I Navy including the battle of the 'men, in or out of uniform, visitors I! for Economical Transportation iJi

men Carlisle Thomas, 26, and :I Philippines, Luzon, Iwo( Jima and and those unattached are most I!
William N. Stratton 30, both also Okinawa. cordially invited to attend. Lions i
building at 9:15. aa '
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; I Eastern Star Order E
PITON 2311 1'\UOlin, FLOLID.1a
150/0 DISCOUNT TO ALL Confers Degree

5 A degree of the Order of Eastern (
We handle fine clothes for men and women-manufact- I Star Was conferred on Mrs. !
I IPahokre Christian Chevrolet
ured by Herbert's. They are tailored to measure and sure I Earl Meredith at a meeting of the Q
to please. We specialize in Ladies' tailoring.AL Ir- OES Chapter in the Ma- ;;
: sonic Temple Thurday night of last I

BELCHER i week.. f f ntOSti CIIRISTIJN, Om.rI
:Mrs. Dorothy Graham grand instructor i
of District 18. presented hour Wrecker "mire Official .\.\.\ 1.olat1m
I nox 876 AIIOKEE I I'JJ'J'JJJ a program honoring past matrons '

v.tJ I and past patrons. Others taking
-1l1f- rNrnJ..r'1mw"-a"i-\I" IVI'UI .-'.w-- 'I part were Mrs. Esther LeFils, trs.
I IH Etta Mae Friend, Mrs. Iva Snyder
n un and Mrs. Ruth Carpenter.
I The group voted to secure a dis- -
pensation from the: regular chap! I
ter meeting of April 10 in order : i
I officers and members will be able I ; I
Prince Theatre to attend the meeting of the Grand I I

date Chapter which will be held on that I, RADIO REPAIR ::1 I

I'AIIOKEE, FLORIDA Out-oftown visitors included Mr. .
i.I I Ii
and Mrs. C. Clawson of Lake .

WEEK OF MARCH 24th., 19J6Sunda nard Worth Mrs., Mr.Mabel and Mrs.Lutz Charles, Mrs. Ruby May- Expert Workmanship :i I II

Bailey, Mrs. Bl'sS Lyons and Mrs.
Morris of Belle Glade. Following I I
)- Ionday the meeting refreshments were GOOD STOCK OF PARTS I

"Thousand and One Nights"Cornel served by trs. Grace Rosenberg,
trs. Gladys Harrington and Mrs.F. AND TUBESPROMPTSERVICE i
\\'ilde, Evelyn Kc'es (In Technicolor) M. Wilson hostesses.
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Tuesday-Wednesday Dr. H. '\T. Blackburn '

11\N ALIVE Is Lions Speaker : I

,I ,
Pat O'nrien, Ellen Drew Dr. Henry W. Blackburn superintendent Call 577 Pahokee For Pick-Up !

-ALSO- Methodist Church
of the
Miami District who Is conducting and Delivery
a series of revival services at the II I

McEnery, Jane Frazee Canal Point Methodist Church
was guest speaker at the Tuesday j

Thursday.Fridav luncheon meeting ot the Pahokfe I All Work Guaranteed
Lions Club. Introduced by ReI I

"I LOVE BANDLEADER" Oliver Hatfield the speaker" gave:I
a talk on "Unearned Valut'3.
Phil Harris, Leslie Brooks Rupert Mock announced that he i
was calling a special meeting this
ALSO week to complete the information I Radio & Appliance i iI

"TIIEMISSING COIlPSE" : bureau for the rahokre-Canalj i
Point area. Mr. Mock Wa recently -

J. Edward Bromberg, Frank Jenks rommittee.appointed chairman of the new I I Repair Shop

Saturday I! The que.tion was raised as to
whether the Lions would sponsor I J. E. SuHenger, Jr. :
"SONG OF TIlE HANGEn again this spring a thrft-act play. ;!

Jimmy W'akely, Dennis Moore as This hu matter been the was custom referred in the to past Mal.'olm I' 25 E. Main St. Pahokee, Fla I:

Millar and his entertainment I Icommittee.
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March 22, 1946 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Page Three

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i is a very enjoyable show and is I
Cinematic Chatter loaded with action. Freeholders KillBoildIssueThru I

See at the movies-Mal.
By Malcolm Millar .. ..
Jllst Received
Shirley Circle Hears
The Sunday-Monday picture is
"A Thousand and One Nights," .l\lrs. Cunningham No Voting Plan
with Cornel Wilde and Evelyn
Keyes as the stars.TuesdayWednesday. Mrs. D. W. Cunningham presented -
I brings "ManAlive" a program on "World Order and Registered freeholders & Palm
with Pat O'Brien and El- Peace" at a meeting of the Ger- Beach county defeated the $850,000 ELECTRIC BROODERS

len Drew in the starring roles and trude Shirley Circle Pahoke county park and beach bond issue
Methodist WSCS at the home of
surrounded excellent cast of
by an by staying away from the polls
Mrs. H. T. Williams Monday night
featured players.On .
Tuesday. Only 3,892 of the 17,941
She was assisted by Mrs. Sara
the same program comes registered freeholders in the coun-
Thomas and Mrs. Sue Shirley. Mrs. BROILER BATTERIES
"Swing in the Saddle" with David ty decided to cast a vote on the issue -
Lloyd Hdndley led the devotionals
McEnery and Jane Frazee as stars. of purchasing 213 acres on
and Mrs. H. C. Graham presided
This Is a Western story with a Singer's Island.
at the business.
real musical setting . even to Under regulations governing the
the dancing cow gals and the Mrs. Clyde Alley was welcomed election one half of the registered
cowboy band.ThursdayFriday. i' as a new member of the circle. property owners were rquired to WATER FOUNTS & FEEDERS
brings Alice Named on the church flower committee participate in the election to make
Faye's hubby, Phil Harris with for April were Mrs. Lula it a bona fide bond election. Out
Leslie Brooks as his leading lady I I Pope Mrs. Christine Elliott, Mrs.D. of this fifty per cent a majority LARGE & SMALL

in a piece under the title "1 Love I D. Caudill Mrs. Frank Rozelle had to vote in favor of the prop-
a Bandleader" which happens to: Mrs. Lloyd Hundley, Mrs. 1. 1. osition to put the bond issue
be a comedy set to music. Shirley, Mrs. Jack Spencer and across. ,
On the same program comes II Mrs. M. I. Keen. Voting in the Glades was as
another spine tingler under the I At the conclusion of the meet- follows:
title 'The Missing Corpse." This ing refreshments were served by For Against
story came out in one of those II Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Frank Canal Point 15 12 Pahokee Supply CO.IIARD'ARE
"two-bit" mystery books . and i Rozelle co-hostess. Mrs. Stanley Pahokee 55 22 .
it dern Stars' Elmore was a visitor. 52 18
was a good story. ... Belle Glade
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of this piece are J. Edward Lake Harbor 9 11 & PAINT IIEADQUAUTERSO.
berg and Frank Jenks. Jo&ePh Parker of Canal Point Chosen 9 2
Saturday brings an up and coming was conferred the first degree of Brown's Farm 1 1 S. BACON PHONE 2671
Western star . Jimmy! the Masonic Order at a meeting -
Wakely, with Dennis Moore as his I of Everglades Lodge 211, F&AM, 141 66
partner in a piece under the title at a meeting in the Masonic I . .
"Song of the Range." This piece Temple Pahokee, Tuesday night
: St. Patrick Party Is
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BP'V Club Program

It was hats off to the Irish at -
WANTED : i H the S1. Patrick Day's party held
1 by members of the Everglades
1 I Business and Professional Wom-
STENO-CLERK I an's Club at the home of Cleo Helping the Farmer Deliver
: Douthit Tuesday night. The em-
EXPERIENCED ; : erald green motif was carried out
! in decorations and refreshments the Goods With
Good \\'orking Canditions i and Irish games and contests were
I played.
I FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT CO. I Barbara McNamara gave a brief

I PHONE 2001 AHOKEE I biography of S1. Patrick and Tom-
I II mie Lee DuBose outlined his musical -
I career. Wanna Bacon conducted InsecticidesAND
a musical contest of Irish songs
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followed by the cracking of several
Pat and Mike jokes. Miss McNa-

mara and Phara Mock were o
awarded contest prizes.At .
a a brief business session it -

Lt. Commander Paul E. Kohler Jr.. wishes to announce iJ was announced that the contract
the re-opening of his office for the practice of architec- for the construction of barbecue -4
true at 253 Worth Avenue Palm Beach Florida in associa- pits at the city recreation park
tion with David S. Shriver. I had been let to Don Hillier and i
We have available all the latest Information concerning Sons, local contractor. This project Fungicides :
the construction of G. 1. Home including site selection iJ is under the joint sponsorship of
of and obtain-
preparation plans specifications financing the Business and ProfessionalWoman's
ing G. I. priorities for building materials etc. Q1Ve
Club and the Woman'sClub.
also offer architectural services for the development Q i
and improvement of commercial and industrial properties. CQ .
Becky S tar Ii n g. president IS OUR BUSINESS .
named Cleo Douthit, chairman
Phara Mock and Alma Farrow on
I, ARCHITECT aJ a committee to nominate officers wp

I! DAVID S. SHRIVER dI for the club election to be held on NOW -What Do You Need? tj

I! ASSOCIATE aJ Tuesday, April 2. 00

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I Is Circle Theme

The spring mission study, "Crass
Over Africa," scheduled to be con-
ducted by the Simonson-Lair

Circle, Pahokre WSCS. on 1hurs-
day of this week has been postponed -
Baptist Article Faith No.8
until Thursday of next
Pahokee Belle Glade
wE'ek. It was announced that the

"Repentance And Faith" study son-Lair contest and between Gertrude the simon-I Phone 3201 Phone lOG

Circles will be judged in
lowing manner: Two points for at-
tendance of active members. five ; KILGORE BRED RITE SEEI) .

"re believe that Repentance and Faith are sacred for attendance of delinquent mem-
hers. three for attendance of
duties, and also inseparable graces, wrought in ors, even for novel '!'(' \'isit-I
of subject three for ordinary ,
our souls by the regeneratng Spirit of God; I ct'dure and one for promptnt'ss. I ..
Members arriving lateat these' O
whereby, being deeply convinced of our guilt, I study sessions will be fined.Dr O Q1 f
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danger, and helplessness, and of the way of salvation -
Back E Q
by Christ, we turn to God with unfeigned I i. _
In Belle Glade Office
contrition confession, and supplication for mercy;

Dr. S. J. SlmmO1.Ii. for three
at the game time heartily receiving the Lord
years and tight months in serviceas

Jesus Christ as our Prophet, Priest Hut King, and a commander with the Naval
medical corps has returned to
relying on Him alone as the only and all-sufficient Belle Glade and reopened hit mt'\li. }
cat ofi'fS.
Sa\'iour." ; During the war, Dr Simmoni.
served both in the State: and
aboard mine sweepers and other
raid Advertisement of the ve4sels. off the Virginia Capes and

First Baptist liurch. Pahokee Fls. I in the Pacific ill bMpital and tn-
spection work. Mrs. SimmoD5.
I their !son Sarno Jr., and daughter. M.ARlNELAN

Yvonne. accompanied the doctor to \ r\
ii I Belle Glade. I

r.tiday .

Page Four The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida
Friday 1916
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grow Ramie: I also asked him if !mental Station and Dr. Allison wr I ; -- ------

Elliott ExplainsInvestigation i he wanted information as to the I made in a very friendly spirit and II I II t
growth of Ramie and possible I in conclusion permit me to state I
On plant disease that he was not able:that it is my honest belief that I
to get from his own experimental :,anything grown by the State of Tllel'lnie JllgS I
set-up and where would he obtain Florida whether they eat it, sell i !
Ramie Production such information. His reply was ;it, or give it away is direct com- i

ufrom the"Everglades Experimental petition to the farmer. I 'Ye have just received a shipment of ::1
Station. I asked him if he Very truly yours
:Mr. Paul Rardin the two gallon Thermic with '
thought Everglades Experi- B. Elliott Jugs faucet
Editor, Everglades News mental Station should handle all State Representative, 1'1
Canal Point Florida experiments on Ramie, his reply Palm Beach County I priced at 56.60 .
Dear Paul: -- ...----
was, he certainly "that he had tCommunity
Some few weeks ago I made a used them and found them to be''I
statement to you to the effect very helpful.". I asked Mr. Demp- Chest We have a good assortment of Volt- II

that I was opposed to the State sey the cost of Ramie per acre to
. of Florida not only farming but his plant and his reply was $110,00 Plans Are Pushed I II \ age Regulators at economy prices.

operating any business that furnished per acre I I II I
direct competition to those I also called Dr. Allison of the I I 'Vizard l ,OOO mile Spark Plugs at II
who pay taxes in Florida. Experimental Station and asked Representatives of chic organizations -
I am in receipt of a clipping the following questions: If he was I met at the home of Abe r 33c each for all popular cars
from the Florida Clipping Service in position to experiment on Dobrow Tuesday night to continue
Tampa, Florida which prints the Ramie as to growth, he answered I
the formation of a Community -
following in large type "MAYO he was. I asked him how much
DENIES STATE PLANNING TO land was connected with the sta- Chest for the Pahokee-Canal Point

COMPETE IN RAMIE GROW- tion and he replied 800 acre3. I area. Western Auto Associate Store
ING." Since I have been approached asked him if there was anything Attorney Archie Harris explained .
by so many farmers throughout he needed at the present time. He incorporation procedure and
this section regarding the state said, Uhe needed office space and recommended a simple charter reg- I. M. LAIR, Owner AHDREE, FLA.

entering into farming, most of laboratory expansion". Dr. Alli-,ulated by suitable by-laws.
them referring to Ramie, I felt it ran stated that he would go to Articles of incorporation drawn up
my duty as State Representative Ramie farms for experimentalpurposes I were signed by Roy Vandegrift F.
from Palm Beach County to thor- he also stated he would M. Shaughnessy, Leel Lence O. B.
oughly investigate the matter .so send his men to the Newport Industries McClure, Rupert Mock, Abe Dob-
I called on the Newport Industries, when they were called on.}!I row and Mrs. J. R. York. The PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERS
Inc., a firm which was established i He told me he had men from some I charter will become effective as
in 1913 with a Ramie plant recently of the best Universities in th.I soon as it is approved by the
located near Pahokee. Below Country. I also asked Dr. Allison I County Judge.
are some of the things I found: how many acres of land would he I The group decided to operate i i I I
At the present time they have need for experimental purpose of i with a temporary board of directors -
I i I Ii
1,000 acres in cultivation with 400 Ramie and he replied five or ten of not less than 12 members
acres to be planted this spring. &C1'e8. Therefore, I maintain that including seven representatives of I Ilolllogellized
The present plant referred to will if the Experimental Station can civic organizations two members at
handle 1,500 acres of Ramie and operate and experiment on the large and an indefinite number of
the plant will be increased to growth of Ramie on a piece of land officers of the Community Chest.!
handle 3,000 acre.s. In 1947 this five or ten acres it most certainly Elected on the board of directors' Vitnlllill.D Iilk i
i !
company will plant 1,500 acres, In is not necessary for the State were Loe Lence, American Legion:
1918 their program calls for 5,000 of Florida to enter into growth of representative; Alma Farrow, Bus- ., I Ij I
acres, in 1949 another 5,000 acres. this product through another De- iness and Professional Woman's j Il i :-o-
The cost of this plant at the pres- partment.I Club; Mayor O. B. McClure, city l
tnt $350,000. The Newport Industries have given you the above infdrmation ot Pahokee; Roy Vandegrift, Elks AVAILABLE YOUR
has spent 200000.00 in plant- from the Everglades Ex- Lodge; Rupert Mock, Lions Club; i II I
ing and research and their plans perimental Station due to the fact W. P. Jernigan, Rotary Club; Kate I GROCERY
are to increase the present plant to that many people have asked me Cross Woman's C I u b: Albert
double their capacity with an ad- if it were not possible for them to Fremd and H. M. McIntosh, members I : I
ditional cost of $150,000. I find for handle the experiment and too, at large: Abe Dobrow F. M. I I -o0I -
maintenance at the Pahokee plant I many of them refer to the amount Shaughnessy and Mrs. J. R. York.
for a period of two years an aver- of money that was appropriated by The next meeting of the group :
age of $8,000.00 per month. the State Legislature to increase will be a call meeting to be announced :1 I LFA
Now when the Ramie question the facilities of our State xperi- by President Dobrow.
stated the .. ..
came up the newspapers went Station.I -- -
state Prison farm would plant am thoroughly convinced that Mr. and Mrs. Love Kimbrough : I
1,500 acres for experimental purpose the above named station is capable have returned to their home in !
so I asked Mr. Dempsey of and willing to perform their duty Richland Ga., after spending a
the Newport Industries If Ramie which would be expected by the week as guests of Mr. and rrs. : Phone 20 Belle Glade Fla
was in an experimental state 83 to farmers in this area and I want it :G. L. Sims in Canal Point and Mr. I .. I'
growth. His reply was "Why definitely understood that the ref- and Mrs. Dave Alston in Cle\\i9- ;I H I II 1
certainly not we know we can erences to the Everglades Experi-I ton, '! I I I _



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and MAKE LIFE SEEM Better home Lighting For Easier Seeing!

/ Spare your ekes the unhealthy train of incorrect lighting and pare your

hOllle and family the hazard of diml.lit stair; and torridor 113e your
tt Bailin checked Burin the creel of brd
t I ; ; Ij.23. officially dtin.ttd;. AI

't/ .Si iyht.U urratiou Wc.'t' b1 Go\crnor Iillard CaldNell.fiOliliJi .


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Friday, March 22. 1946 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Page Five

I I securing the tract that was decided I
BreezyGuess -the at the meeting to be the !, '
. most desirable. W. A. Keen, '
streets commissioner, outlined the I
somebody took shot of
services the city would be able to We wish to thank our many friends in the Glades for the
_ Aunt Minnie Enlargement Oil. It furnish the new veterans homes.It I. business which they have given us in the past and for their
is being whispered around town, in was announced that 50 local understanding and helpful attitude toward us during the

a loud voice that some Council! veterans have applied to the com- years while we were mainly engaged in the preparation. and ,
I mittee for assistance in obtaining maintenance of Airfields for the Army and Sav).
candidates are about to announce. I
Understand they contacted what I, lots and homes in this area and it Once again we are able to resume peacetime operations and I I
is left of the Seminoles but they I A is thought that at least that many offer you the same efficient and courteous service which it !
were not interested. I in more applications be received has been our endeavor to render in the past. The service we I I
as soon as the purpose of the Vet- offer is complete, from landscape designing to a finished :
planting job. Our Nurseries are stocked with a wealth of
RECENT FLOPERATIONS . I erans Lots and Homes Commit- lovely trees, shrubs, vines, potted plants etc awaiting your !'I
Dear Elmer Jones . iii Elmer I II tee becomes more widely known. selection. I
. Dear Robert Mackey . tions Applications will be received by 'i'i
of We invite you to stop in and visit us at any time and will
member the committee.
Please mail road showing the ice any
map . i appreciate your continued business.E. .
way to your melon patch . Dear The
Albert & Crew . Go catch a :be, Jack Bell Is Speaker I II I
burglar . Dear Orin & Mike . I NURSERIES: 1100 Southern Boulevard (Route No. 25 at !
Mebbe the cobwebs hold the building area I Rotary Ladies' Night City Limits), West Palm Beach, Florida i

together . Dear Waterboy I 'I iI I
The Miami Herald's Town Cried
Douthit . You have everyone's I ,
sympathy . Dear Paul Rardin Jack Bell, was guest speaker last
and of night at the annual Ladies' Night
editor, reformer informer
Commissioner, Glad you stopped program of the Pahokee Rotary
using that heavy type on the front club. The Program drew the largest PIANOS JEWELRY MUSIC

page . made the paper look like man crowd of Pahokee Rotarians
. I has and their wives ever to attend
it weighed five pounds ]
!ans i such an affair. Paul R:1rdin acted J. we R ASH LEY
from I i iIII as master of ceremonies and introduced
You'll hear anything now
the and JEWELER Belle Glade, Fla,
guests Rotary
on Melvin Pugh started the Salerno I
season off. We do not remember III Annes,
how many wash tubs full anyway Other Mr. Bell told many of his ex- GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY
scales periences as a War Correspondent
they don't make big
enough. Wait until the Mocks . ; in the European theatre and held

the Wrotens . the Friends . Club; I I the undivided attention of every
Roy Segree . Dill Jones Thadd of I person present for more than an ,
Whidden and some of the\ rest of : hour. The applause he received

the m start over establishing there. Some theirbeachheads of Elks II I at m361Y the kind close remarks of his talk made and to him the I. Canal Point Machine Works J JI i iI

those fellows will really have to The personally were proof positive I
that his talk I.
was thoroughly en-
start paying the preacher.We Manufacturers Of
sites joyed.
Point Mrs. Jess Elliott, wife of the IRRIGATION AND DRAINAGE PUMPS
now have another committee -
president of the Pahokee Lions HYDRAULIC MOLE DRAINS
this one to study lighting con- these
Mrs. Homer Clause and Mrs.
ditions. What we really need is a erar.s club WEED CHOPPERS
committee ot al '' Ed Cushman each received a pair
to study what all
of nylon hose during the course
these studying committees are
of the entertainment. Individual
'Studying. Shirley informs the start We Are Agents For
boxes of soap were given the Ro- i
_ ___ ______ _____ _--_--_-__ tary Annes as favors.Classified. I ASCO MARINE FORD CONVERTED ENGINES


If You Have Ads

WANTED: A male or female
or Need Slaughter bookkeeper. Or, a girl for a : I

secretary. Geiger Lumber Co. : i! CANAL POINT PHONE 531 P. O. BOY 466
ContactRANGELINE Of'I Pahokee. St. 3.1.46ch. I

FOR S.\LE: Howe with three i
apartments. Rented for $75 per ili WE MANUFACTURE EVERYTHING TIIA'rS

month. Fairly close in. A good MADE OUT OF IRON FOR USE IN

Star Route 106 buy at $5500. See Dan Carpenter, TilE GLADES
Pahokee Fla. I ISI'R1NG

T1RES FOR SALE: One 600x16
tire that has seen a bit ot wear
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and has been recapped. Then I I
have two six-ply 600x16 tires I i I
just took off my Chevrolet. They
are just right for recapping. If
you have a large bill that isn't 1 MEANS HOUSEPainting
working you can get all three by I .
making your wants known, Paul

I 2661.Rardin Pahokee., Canal Point, Fla. Phone andDecorating i

FOR SALE: 50 acres of muck
long Distance land. Section 23, township 41. I

range 31. Track 40 to H inclus- ;
ive. Lot 108 to 112. Must be sold i
Lines AreBusier at once Call Belle Mumford at
Pahokee Trailer Park. 2tch. For many years past we have been handling the

fine line of
FOR SALE: One six unit apart-
Than Ever
ment and five room home. A i Glidden Paints And Varnishes
good investment. Price $12,500.

See Dan Carpenter, Pahokee.St. And those who have used them for both exterior

More people are making M 15ch. "I I and interior purposes have Olnd them most sat-

distance telephone tails REAL ESTATE i3factolj. A home fixed up with GLIDDEN I

you may experience delays IPORTIDtlTIFS"I PRODUCTS can sure be fitted up nifty and at- I

your calla.We have exclusive listings on : tractive.More.
valuable residential
and business
; I I'i
are doing everything properties all over the "Glades" in-

panel facilides. This year cluding Belle Glade Pahokee and Cooking Ware ''I
the Town of South Bay! Farm
I I r
mites of
new lands are included in these listings I I
A long looked for shipment of aluminum and
being added-additional and right now Is the best time to
porcelain cooking utensils have now been received i
"itdahoardA are being get your land for next season by
and from this supply you may find the articles !
purchase or rental. I also have anexcIum.e
plattj anti hundrh of have long Jeslred. :
listing on established and I i you I
are being employed and !
thriving business including two i
Among other new stock arriving will be Picking
tratorj to help meet I Iman(1 story building, 75x6O feet plus
Baskets, G. E. Light Bilbs, all sizes, Twenb'.GalIon -
for more long (Ii stock furnishings, fixtures and Galvanized Buckets, LmternsVaste Paper
good will all for $28,000.00. For
It' a l big job and sill details on any of the above, see or Baskets, Toilet and Kitchen Brushes.
I '
the jolt i5 done "e will phone: Archie Harris, Registered I \\'e are displaying and will take future delivery !I !

your help when circuits 'Real! Estate Broker, Belle Glade. j, orders for the famed line of Kehinator Ranges i i :

I))' using the k'r\ire i Florida.- -- M15- 2t! chi -- and Refrigerators and Pemco IlotWater J Heaters. : ,

tall Your continued i FOIL S.\U: 50 acres muck adjoining i :
ridge and including: 5 lots I II
prcciak I
I If you want a good close In farm

,in Canal Point see Dan Carpenter. nETZNE S
St.2z.4&-ch i !
SOUTHERN BELL ___ ______ __
l1'\I.\U: liEU' wanted: We want TilE HARD PARE STORE .
AND I the SfniCfS of a floor manager MAIN STREET BELLE GLADE, FI..A : :
IKUH+ for the Prince: Theatre in Pahokee. I
i iI
I Apply in person. J. R. Gold Prince: I; I. : Ili
Theatre Pa.1okt-e, F1a. St. m2ch. i I


Sit The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, March 22, 19t6

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. tended thought it many times J. B. Elliott vistW his son-in- Mrs. C. A. Moberg plans to ac.

worth the trouble of preparing for law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. G. company Mrs. C. F. Waller of Miami .
Life On The Campus it. The program started off as C. McLarty, in Okeechobee the on a trip to Washington D. I

AT PAHOKEE HIGH SCHOOL follows: Bill Elam (Junior) intro- past week. C., and New York City Monday

duced Harry Fremd, (President of

I the Junior Class) who welcomed
A NOTE OF THANKS! the Seniors to the banquet. Basil
Mr and Mrs. Earl F. Bracewellof
Members of the Junior Class of Todd, (President of the Senior
Runyon announce the birth of a
Class) made a speech on behalf of
extend their thanks
High son. Ronald Earl, at the Ever-
and appreciation to everyone who the classes provided entertainment i g 1 a des Memorial Hospital on
the seniors in appreciation of such How would
helped put over such a successful Mar. 19. you
banquet. Various people and or- an occasion. Various members of ... .

ganizations helped in some way to i -Jasper Reed, a member of the

promote the banquet-to these we Senior Class sang a popular song,

extend our many thanks.It and did Impersonations; Joan Mc- - ...."... CHART YOUR COURSE ?

Larty, a sophomore, sang a semi-

happened Friday March 15- I classical number: Vivian Combs, ,

The biggest event of Juniors and I a Junior sang a popular song.
Seniors in their years of school. Various guests were introduced by Pictured here are the records or tour "ilie lines" or our busi-

The Junior Senior Banquet was Bill Elam. A dance followed the (Mrs. G. B. Ramey, Phone 2082) ness-four things which largely control the destiny of any business,

the talk of the campus. The ban- banquet which was enjo'ed. The ,Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Cookseyof whether it be a farm, a factory or a store. They are Wages, Mate-

quet was complete in every detail. Seniors of 19t5-46 wish to thank rials Costs, Prices, and Profits. Suppose these were pictures of
and each and Monticello, Fla., are guests for
Good entertainment, delicious food, each sponsor, every- what is gomg on in your own affairs. How would .)'OU chart your
beautiful decorations, and most one of the Junior Class for a wond- a week of her mother, Mrs. J. S.
future course from these facts?
important, a swell orchestra. erful banquet Harrington at Port Mayaca.

Every Junior and Senior that at- S-Sgt. T. J. Mullis, son of Mr. furl ce t HI coo CAAI6'

You have heard of the Bells of and Mrs. L. W, Mullis of Pahokee .
- -- -- St. Marys, but the other day we, 10 WAGES MATERIALS
has arrived in New Jersey after a ISO
USE the students of Pahokee High 1946 increases
of with the U. S. Proposed
666 heard bells, but not of St. Marys, year duty Army Increase not included
of Occupation in Europe. Sgt. Mul- x40 1.0
they were wedding bells for Mrs.Nason .
lis to receive his
expects discharge
home economic teacher.
Cold Preparations from the Army at Fort Bragg, N. i 30 30
Mrs. Nason was married to Frank
JJquld, Tablets, Salve, Nose Drops Friend of Pahokee last Wednesday C., sometime this week and arrive Q

CautIon Use Only AI Directed home this weekend.Mr. Yo Ito
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Night. UPI
and Mrs. Jack Phillips and ;; -I
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.. daughter, Betty Jo, visited his par- to uoco
BUSINESS WOMAN CIRCLE ents, Mr and Mrs. J, C. Philips,

WALLY'SUPHOLSTERY Twenty.six members and friends in Wauchula over the weekend.Mr. 1i
of the Pahokee Baptist Business and Mrs. S. E. Gammage '1Y '/3 '// Y3 '/0 '/l '1Y '/3 'N '1S '4Ch

Women's Circle met on Tuesday at spent the weekend visiting their 1 ': 0 proposed nc'ease, we roles Bv the end 0/ 15:5. cr.cM on ol:! epa.
i.I.. hc.e r.se't Ira? 1:D E5' i per nor In IIICIHIIn: other ton tnu products on f
the home of Mrs. L. W. Connell for parents in Arcadia and Nocatee.Dr. .
SHOP 'r'4; w $1.33'to 1945-a pen ot 1.dhcd.J.JMu I9; ,slllI941.; ltI'
their semi-monthly program meet- and Mrs. L. W. Armstrong 55 I yll'eeK:YQvera.e would be HH0. Does /101 show effect c.I 1946 trtveasr_
ing. A most impressive candle- and their niece, Blanche Elizabeth Its

CANAL POINT, FLA. light service depicting the theme Bowers, were visitors in West I I I 'PIIEES

"Home Missions" was presented Palm Beach Sunday.Mrs. tar ,

Mit MARCUS IS N OV under the direction of Mrs. W. M. Willie Bridges, West Palm u :: prfl: 1

ASSOCIATED 'VITII US Dubose. Mrs. J. C. Mock, w. 31.U Beach, visited relatives and friends _

President was highly appreciative in Pahokee this week. )
of the manner in which the Cpt. J. W. Wood, who is sta- 1:0 10 I f
Auto Seats A Specialty program was rendered. The at- tioned at Morrison Field, spent a i

mosphere of hospitality, thanks to brief leave visiting his family in ,,1- I

Coupes $15 Up the genial hostess, Mrs. Connell, Pahokee this week. .

Sedans $27.50 UpWOMAN'S and the fellowship period of ice Cpt. James Johnson was a guest uo -.I J

cream and cake, brought the meet- Sunday of Rev. and Mrs. T. A. i ,

ing to a place of benediction long Ferguson and daughter, Miss Allie Ic, I

CLUB to be remembered,. Mrs. Gilbert is Ferguson, in Pahokee. '41 '42 41 '44 '45 .16Usnp '" '41 '41
OLD BUILDING the chairman. Mrs. E. E. Bishop and children
; U.S.Bcreau 01 Labor Slchstcs with Profit rer doper 01 sole! hit cloned
and Miss Clara Mills, West Palm 19" r-t1C8S eCuct.n 100, press cJ fan unlll in 19"5 II was sltJ/l'/ It' s than fovdrsachinery
- -- - --- - Beach In 1'1"5 were only 1049. cents,as ogo.nSI 84 tents ." tS41.
visited relatives
.. I and friends
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SPESSARD 'L.HOLLAND. : Mrs. L. A. Maryes and son, .What about wages: ? materials continues to rise, obviously
our Company will begin to
Robert, of St. Petersburg visited
\rages have risen steadily for five operate at a loss at some point.
friends in Pahokee over the week- rears. Before the sirike which be- The exact paint at which oper-

gan on January 21 in ten of our ating at a loss would start IS a

[HOW /EDO4D41RETHE end.Mrs.. Betty McIlwain has returned plants and which has choked off matter of judgment. Government
from visit nearly all farm machinery production agencies and union leaders may
a with relatives in
WISDOM OF ,earnings of employes of these have opinions as to where that
High Point, N. C. plants averaged $L15t an hour, point is. But if they turn out to
a qe Jd af THOSE WHO COME M-Sgt. James Harry Wilkinson, not including any o\'frtime. The be wrong, they can shrug their

TO US FOR ADVICE Jr. is embarking at LaHarve, Union demanded a 3,1 cents per shoulders and say: "Well, it wasn't
hour increase and Government
a responsihlity I didn't make
France, for the United States, ac- my
board has now recommended ai'neral the decision."
t cording to word received here by : increase of 18 cents an
..,. 1 Trio management or this Company -
M ;1 his wife, Mrs. Margaret Wilkinson. hour which would make average cannot and will not 1Y that.It .
4/11 Sgt. Wilkinson has been in the earnings $1.33g an hour. Weekly} dares not gamblf. It has tu be
I service 32 months and overseasas average would be $53.40. sure. Continuation of our service
I I e' ; with the U. S. I to millions of customers, the future -
1// :. lllJ r Occupational Forces What about materials! ? jobs of thousands of employes .
t yJ) .;'j in the European Theatre for 18 and the of the investments
1// .t ; No one seems to know how high -
-.. F I'- .." I, I months. materials costs will go. The Government of 39,000 stockholders
r ''\,,) /, ..,.. Edward Smith ARM 2.C, left has increased steel priers depend on our making as correct a
A i ; I Ivl'tt' Thursday after spending three 35 much 8S $12.00 a ton, with an decision as is humanly possible.
fl' ;f( weeks in Canal Point visiting his :average incJ't'a.ce for all grades of
fYs .:. : .r "' .' 8.2'0. Steel is the most important What about future prices on
t YJ t mother and sister. He is to report
: !: material we buy, but prices on
"ft04. : /...." \ back at Quonset Point Rhode other materiaL also increasing. farm machinery?
: .." Island. He has re-enlisted for two
What about prices? The judgment Ifarvester'sman.agementnowisthatwecannotsafet -
)'ears. .
And how we do admire
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bishop of There has berg r.o general increase ly nuke the huge wage increase

the wisdom of those who Greensboro, N C., have been visit- in our priers since they were f roZfTIbv recommended by the Government
ing his sisters, Mrs. H. P. Mc- 1M ClOl-ernmenl in early 1912. until the Government authorizes
Since then a few mall increases adequate increases in the prilt1'
for UNITED STATESSENATE advised INSURANCE . Millian and Mr. Mdlillan in Paha- have been: allowed where particu.ar of farm machinery to cover the

kee. machines were substantially resulting increased costs.
especially if we acted upon I Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wade Am- changed in dl'f'ign. That is not a judgment that

mons are Mrs. Ammoll.CJ' sister makes us happy. file Company
it and find the unexpected ; What about profits? docs not want to raise prio'S. Weprefer
FLORIDA and the Nation I I i Mrs. E. J. Holloway and Capt. to lower when
I prices, 11(4-
His:: is of the American
Need in the United States occurrmg.O.R. Holloway of Detroit, Michigan. part profit Bible, and we know our customers
Senate wd Outstanding Service Bandmaster Robert O. Lamps is and loss system, so we do not, of prefer to have U'l do that. We have
ask either
LEECH course, our customers
crs Holland Gave os Wartime rehearsing the Pahokee High or the Government to guarantee produced at 1912 prices,and!3o,edwe

Governor and os State Senator INSURtNC@ PAIIOKECrn School Band for a concert to be that we ran be certain of profits could continue to do 60.'t"
have general friee
presented on the program of the each y'ar. The chart tells the delayed wi-king .
relief hope that it could oe3'oidtd.
I Pahokt Parfnt.Teacher Association _:ory or our thp war..lthough .
harvester Now we are 'Ort\'in J
at the regular meeting Mon- that it cannot Le avoided! ante
goods dun before, ithad
-lore ever
rBn4[ .1' day \'ening April 1.W' no desire to get rich out of Will, longer. The rice question me't.
he 8l'ttl.-d. Until it is fj'i.tlt-d
D L. McKinney has returned to so our rate of profit has steadily vstdo
Mt ere bow WfA can settle t tt#
his home in Mcu>more9\iIIEt. Tenn., gone down. What our 1916 profit
titJn. Until the W '+
$100 D after a visit with his brother-In will be i3 extremely uncertain. qut wage<
Reward D law and si.5ter. Mr. and Mr. W. P. What is the next step? how we can resume prlXlutt.,,.
Walker in Pahokfe. and begin turning out the faw
As you can ore. our present itu- machines which we know Doe
D Mica Betty Jean McLarty, stu- anon is that with frozen pnft1l farmer customers rM< For Information Leading To Arrest dent at Florida State College for I and declining profits \foe are a ktd Because of the import nt staisbich -

D Women is expected to arrive Saturday to pay higher materials 'osts and both farmers and city dwe11era
And Conviction or Individuals D to spend the spring vacation 'I' to nuke the biggest wage increase have in this conUCJHlJY, ...
in the history of the Comp.1ny. are bringing these matters to youuattention. .
with relatives here.3tiss .
AA'ho lJeslrol'ed Seals In The IiiiJ Can V.f do this Through the crow nJr.
Peggy Svkea auto license i, Wages and materials consume rents of today'conditions, Wt' are
Prince Theatre tag agent for the Glades area is. aU but a few rents of every dollar trying to chArt II tour!z that M(sir

DD .convalescing,: following a recent operation I we take in If our pno' continue to out t'mpIO-H. to our farmer
DD at 81. Mary's Hospital frozen, and cost or wages and Iwtomtnand toourltockholdtll.
West Palm Beach. ;

Irs. Betty Taverns has moved

to Nest Palm Beach where she hM '

Prince Theatre accepted a position in the office ot INTERNATIONALHARVESTER ;

the clerk of the circuit court .

State Representative B. Elliott
D spent several days in Tallahassee r 1Page

the past week on bu.siness. I

Friday, birch 22, 1946 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida rage Seven

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Pahokee And Canal! Point Raise Only LEGAL NOTICE I -

I $1,615.13 Of $4,250.00 Red Cross Quota IS'FIFTEENTH TilE CIRCUIT Jl'DlCUL COURT CIRCUIT OF TilE 1Nixn ; BERRY FUNERAL HOMEi i ii i i

I ___________________________ FOR PALM BEACH COUNTY,
I FLORID.In.\. :
The annual Red Cross drive in Chancery So. :mn Ambulance Senice '
Pahokee and Canal Point is lagging i iI
This Plainmt.
coming Wednesday night

ment. made according by to Chairman an announce-Carl (March 27th) at 7:30, the motion vsKENNETH W. HALL Pahokee Ph 2301 Belle Glade Ph 247 I

picture "A Romance of a Century"ill Dt'fendant.
Moberg ye.sterday. To date only NOTICE TO APPEAR I
be shown at the First Baptist
$1,615.13 has been raised while the It Is hereby ordered that rOil, --
Kenneth W. whose residence ------------------ -- --
Church of Pahokee. The Southern Hal as I
quota is $1,250.00.Chairman I particularly as is known to the Plain-
said that Baptist Convention was organized tiff is 2559 E. 27tb Street, Sheep:;head I -- ---- -
Moberg several
''in the year 1845, hence, celebrated Bay Brooklyn. New York, you being ,
plans are to be used in an ef- the Defendant 1n this cause are
fort to raise the quota. A house to its one hundredth anniversary last : required to appear In person or by attorney .
year. Taking advantage of the on the 15th day ot April !
house drive in Pahokee will be visual education facilities of this A. D. 1946 to the Bm ot Complaint rued i I QUAIJTY CLEANERS :
mad e in the immediate fu- I against you in this cause in the Cir- ,
modem age, the filming of this cult Court ot the Fifteenth Judicial
ture, he said. It is possible that I Circuit In and for Palm Beach County : I
story was made. The church was i (Billie IoIstad O\\'ner)
Lois Hall Is
some of those who have already Florida wherein B. ,
:fortunate in securing this and be- the Plaintiff and the relief sought be- : I II
contributed will be called upon a cause of the heavy demand, can lug a decree of divorce, otherwise the I : DRY CLEANING & ALTERING
second time. allegations of said Bm of Complaint
be shown one time only. The will be taken as confessed by you. It I,, I ,',
The Pahokee-Canal Point terri-
Canal Point Baptist plan to at- Is hereby further ordered that this
tory quota this time is consider- notice be published In the Everglades
smaller than in recent tend. Extra seats will be procured Neal a newspaper of general circula- ; ; CASH AND CARRY :
ably years. that all might be seated. A tion published In the COunty wherein I
Last year and the year before that this Court Is located, for four consecutive I t I
most cordial invitation is extended II
the quota was in the neighborhood to the public to attend. There will Witness weeks.my hand and seal of the : ire
of $6,000.00. Circuit Court In and for Palm Beach I specialize in slip covers uphol- !
be no charge and no offering. This ,
. County Florida this 12th day of :
picture of m u c h information i March, A. D. 1946. at West Palm Peach : stery and drapes. Alterations an- I

Sunday School Goal should prove of interest to all re- florida. J. ALEX ARNETTE.As other specialty of
gardless of religious belief. Circuit COurt Clerk ours.
Is Missed
By One -. -- (Circuit Court Seal)
By Thaddie P. Plant

Missing 300 by one, the Pahokee 4-H Club Holds Its F. A. Currie As, Plaintiff's Deputy Clerk Attorney t PRO IPT SERVICE

Baptist Sunday School and Mission Pub: Mar 15, 22.29.& Apr. S. A. D. 1946IS i.: I

last Sunday enjoyed an attendance Regular Meeting i iI I

of 299. with 256 and 43, respectively The 4.H club met In its regular I TilE CIRCUIT COURT or T.J.IE ; (Located in Pahokee in Old Bivans ;

The Training Union because FIFTEENTH Jl'DlCUL CIRCl'lr4S
meeting Friday March 15, wit! Lumber Yard Office
of the weather that burst forth at AND FOR PALM BEACH COUNTY, I ) :
Linda Cowart, president presiding.Mrs. FLORIDA.In .
6:30: did not reach its anticipated i Chancery No U9J : "
Mildred Michaud Palm Beach
attendance of 100, 78 being pres-'
county Assistant Home Demon- Plaintiff,
ent. However to make up for this I \"S
stration Agent was present and
a goal of 110 has been set for next ALICE C WOODS
demonstrated the handling or Defendant.
Sunday .Irs. W. M. Dubose Act- eggs. NOTICE TO APPEAR

ing Director, is leading in a most Hazel Altman Linda Cowart It is hereby ordered that you, I
Joann Platt and Marie Sapp also Alice C. Woods whose residence as
inspiring manner. particularly as Is known to the Plain-
The special series of sermons gave demonstrations. Many of the tiff is: e.o Minnie Cunningham 4015 A Servant of the Glades
girls will give other demonstrations Gunther Avenue Bronx New York you
based "The Sermon the
on on
this week in sewing garden- being the Defendant In this cause are
1fount", will be continued this required to appear In person or by
Sunday morning at the eleven ing and home improvements. Car- attorney on the 15th day of April
A. D. 1948 the Bill ot filed
to Complaint
named -
o'clock hour The pastor, Rev C. olyn Scruggs was as reporter against you In this cause in the Cir- To Miami
A. Moberg, will speak on "VainRepetitions" to take the place of Joyce Mc- cult Court of the Fifteenth Judicial 4 Buses
Call who has been ill since Christ- Circuit In and for Palm Beach County, \\'esVPalm Beach
as found in Matt. Florida wherein Patrick: F. Woods is
mas Holidays. the Plaintiff and the relief being .
6:7. "The Rosary" will be the sought
.. ... a decree of divorce otherwise the Daily To Ft M'ers S Lakeland
piano BOlo presented on the Mat- allegations of ald Bill of Complaint
hushek grand piano by the pastor. GAME OFFICIAlS MEET 90111 be taken as confessed by you. It
is hereby further ordered that this
The Ladies' Quartet will sing At There will be a meeting of the notice be published for four consecutive -

the evening hour of 7:30: the or- Game and Fresh Water Fish Com- seeks in the Everglades News, a Glades Motor Lines Inc.
of general Circulation
newspaper published -
chestra choir and Cass Quartet mission held at the Roosevelt in the County wherein this ,

will present a special program un- Hotel Jacksonville, Florida Thursday Court is located.

der the leadership of Rep Cowart. I April 4. The primary: purpose Circuit Witness Court my In hand and and for Palm seal of Beach the SERVING TilE GLADES"

The next in the series of the 18 I ot this mt'eeting will be to adopt County Florida this 12th day of
i for the 1946- Marrh. A. D. 1946, at West Palm Peach,
Baptist Articles of Faith, titled fishing regulations Florida. ,
"R pt'ntance and Faith", will be i 47 fishing st'ason. The Commission J. ALEX ARNE'ITE .rt "tr 4fd k .t rtI

the subject at the Sermon preached I will be glad to have any interested (Clrcuit Court As Circuit Sean Court Clerk I I I

by the pastor. The Illuminated i person attend this meeting or By Thaddie P. Plant

Cross Meditation Sing will be presented. to receive any suggestions which As Deputy Clerk
II P. A. Cumf' Plaintiffs! Attorney
anyone may have to offer. Pub: Mar U. 22. 29 & Apr. 5. AD. 1936
: _


r City Council City of Pahokec

O R will receive bids up to eight o'clockI I

p m., April 9, 19.16, for one 50 :

watt shortwave radio station complete. i'

and two 30 watt car radiosf!
complete. AU bids will be filed''I
with the I
City Clerk at the City

Hall in the City of Pahokee, FlorIda ,, --. - \
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City of Pahokee reserves the : : -, I I

right to reject any and all bids.

CITY By W.Clerk OF P. AHOKEE Walker. City Dog Racing i iI

: Pub. Mar. 15, 22, 29, Apr. 5, 1916.
I .
\SeERY NO. 21111 I
Loop ersr Plaintiff, I IN ACTION NIGHTLY !

-V5- : .

Various dnd Caderp ,.,. DANIEL H."USIIAULTm Defendant. :: (except Sundays) j
Worms TO DANIEL HAUSH.\ULTER. 620 8. Me- I
A0S rot wtwttt DONOUOlI STRm. D n CAT B R. I II i

the You above are hereby COurt required on the to 8th appear day 1n of Daily Double 2nd and 3rd races I
April, A. D. 19-14. at the COurt Hoax In
West Palm Brach, Palm Brach County
Florda to answer to the Bm of Com Nine quiniela races i
plant for Divorce filed against you tn iI
All the advantages of natural the above entitled catty and EVm.I I

Greenland cryolite. IDE I GLADES NEWS a newspaper regularly
NSE published 1n Palm Beach CountJ Flor- I
Ida. U hereby' declgnated L' the newspaper I
Not acutely toxic to man, cattle tn which tIlls Order shall be published '

., or other animals weekly once each ii5Uts.week for four constCUtift No minors admitted I

ra taertrrrc .- DONE AND ORDERED at Went Palm

High degree of control at eco ,.. Bt-ach. Pam Beach County P'lortc1a. ,,, Jw ,,&&? I
--- this 4th day of March. A D 1946.
nomical cost. _.. ;;t. J ALEX ARNETT Clerk of ,
Circuit Court Palm Beach
County. Florida All racing understate racing
Available alone or in combinations (Circuit Court Seal)

with copper or sulphur ... BJ Th&dde Deputy Clerk.P Plant. commission supervision I

if desired. rUDDT Tha \\"hiddtn I

Attorney for Plaintiff bWywWwwnn ,
i "botH' Florida I I
AGRICULTURAL CHMICAlS DIVISION Pub March I. 15. 22 and 29. 1948

fI' A H F Jc 11/RINO c fANy PUBLIC NOTICE b hereby' given that I
.r dust baul for UI. of rot.M4Mlodwon the urdentt ned Intends to regIater
ommendod by yow local with the Clerk of the Circuit Court in :
of 1000 WIDIM1UIlDWO. Ps LA. 7. M and for Palm Beach County. Florida I KENNEL CLUB
. uperllnu'.1 stlli.n. ferrv I
M lMecIhcoosttarp" 4 : pursuant to SKtton 8cs 09 Florida
Cdor.0, fresher adyice and Irormo- Statutes cf 1941. the fictitious name.QUILITY .

Man. tOMYA rtv d1tYtbYtObDicalbva J to-'i1t. CLEANERS I 4appoIt. lorrt''Olt Field i

@ / byFI under which ft art engaged In buatnetaIn : On IklH"Stre laod !
Pahokee. hm Beach COW1tJ. Floe
j d. Ancwltwel Srpply Crwpory ic1a. Nest Palm Beach i iI
The KniW' Sled Company A. K t..1 I
4M"M,, W Wii1De Belle KoI&U4 I
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Pub: Mat. 1. a. U. 23, 1946 I L ---- -- j


Page Eight The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, March 22, 1946
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Freak Accidents -
RECENT Hit Pahokee Folks

Pahokee residents were victims
-+.. of freak accidents during the past

By Paul Rardin week. D
The jinx first hit L. J. Fraser
r when he misjudged a jump from i
k a box car to the loading platform FRANK SHAUGHNESSY
Large t rue s are passing
and broke a toe. Luke is now
through Canal Point daily loaded
hobbling around on crotches.
with sugar cane. They are on Chuck Elliott, son of Mr and
their way from the Okeelanta Mrs. Jess Elliott, was giving a
Growers plantation on Road 26 to swing all it would take one even I!
FelJsmere where the cane will be ing the first of the week when the Announces His
processed Into sugar. swing broke and Chuck, like the
man on the flying trapese, turned g Candidacy For
') somersault two and landed
To My Anonymous Correspondents a or
: Your letters were both good. slap-dab on his head. He suffered -
The one about water and the other a concussion and was a pretty
about veteran candidates. It is sick boy for a couple of days. 0 0
Another accident occured the
an unwritten law that we never
publish anonymous letters. How first of the week when Sunny Lib- Councilman
ever, drop by the office, give me, hart, mall daughter of Mr. and o o
your name and we'll publish your Mrs. A. C. Libhart, tumbled out
letter without your name. Just so on the pavement when a door
J know who wrote the letter. swung open as the car in which In Group 1I
she was riding was rounding a
1he new cut-oft road from Pa- curve. Sunny got bruised up a bit 0
hokee to the S tat e Farmers but luckily the car was going
Market shortens the distance to slow and she was more frightened
than hurt. Even at that she wasn't 0o
market mile according
the by one
to County Commissioner Paul half as frightened as her mommie I I

Rardin road was under recently whose built.direction The road the t I:,\\'as. ... Pahokee Annual Election

has been opened to traffic and the Mrs. G. M. Pool has resigned
final coat of rock will be put on her position as cashier at Kahn's E! a
within the next few days. Department Store. Mrs. Pool was
... with Kahn's for six years and before -
MODEL A FORD For Sale: New that she was proprietor of
Upholstery, Top, Battery, Wir- her own store for several years.I '
ing. Good Running condition. See Mrs. J. D. Agner has been hired by I

J. T Platt, Canal Point. Kahn's to replace her as cashier. 0o Tuesday, May 7 oo


0 (Paid Political Adv.)

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0 LOTTIE MOOS CIRCLE tell be held at the church next I' 1. E. Hamilton 01 Belle. Glade,
A mission study on "The lithe is Monday afternoon Refreshments who has been acting as 'troubleI
0 the Lord's" was presented by Miss were served during the social hour shooter" for the FEC railway in
Elizabeth Caraway at a meeting at by the hostes I the Glades area for the past sev-
0a the Lottie Moon Circle at the eral years, is now employed as 8ta-
home of Mrs. Stella Mullis Monday Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Elsmore I tion agent at the Pahokee-Canal
0. afternoon. She was assisted have returned to their home in Point FEC depot.
8 .... .
by Mrs. E. E. Coleman, Mrs. W. Maryland after spending several --- --
Announces His A. Stevens, Mrs. L. 11. Mullis and months in Pahokee where Mr. Els- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sasser, Wau-
O Mrs Stella Mullis. It was announced more has been buying winter vege- chula visited relatives and friends
that a WMU business meeting tables for northern markets. I in p&!1okee this week. I
Candidacy For pD
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CouncilmanIn DON HILLIER 0a

Group 3

Announces His -
E! "

Candidacy For '

Pahokee o g '

0 g Councilman

Election o ; In Group 2 D

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0a Pahokee Annual Election


; May 7, 1946 0 o Tuesday, May 7L

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