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Title: Everglades News
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Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Belle Glade ; Canal Point, Fla.
Publication Date: April 26, 1946
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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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Co.1945 nsu.1 THE EVERGLADES NE 1et\\\,'4". {) \'!.The\.)Mind,t'The tinguished Protiinces"Prefers Truly I


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Volume 23-No. 6 Canal Point, Palm Beach County, Florida, Friday, April 26, 1946 $2.00 Per Year

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Robert S. Douthit Canal Point Girl Named Editor Pahokee.Canal Point Community Chest-


Is Candidate Of College Annual For 1947 Drive For $24,000 Gets Under Way Today


Mayor Of Pahokee --, ''.--- -- .- .",
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Earl Supposedly the drive to end all
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f' a,- ; -\)J drives "ill get under way today
Robert S. Douthit, former Paho Have Juridiction On I when the recently organized Paho-

kee councilman, is this week formally Lake OkeechobeeOn I ke-Canal Point Community Chest
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I starts out to gather in $24,000 in
announcing his candidacy for I .c'V
: cash to take care of all charities
mayor of Pahokee. Mr. l.'outhlt ." ; Oct. 1 the State Game and : for 1946 and 1947. Captains have

served .two terms of two years : i Fresh Water Department takes I been named and are in the field
each on the council and during that aver jurisdiction of Lake Okee- i today in an effort to raise this
I hobee. At that time !
time was president of the council .. according i amount, which officials say, will
o Earl Ricou, head of the department j
for three years. I take care of all charities for the
I. in this district, seines nets
Mr. Douthit is definite in his o i coming 18 months.
nd traps of commercial fishermen
prom e3 if elected mayor in the : I Included in the list of organizations -
j 'ill be ruled out of the
picture.
annual election on May 7. HI 4 .. : to lxnefit from the Community .
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pledges the citizens of Pahokt'e % ; : Chest are the following: Red

that he will immediately start abor Agents In 'Cross, Kiwanis Dental Clinic, Crip-
work on plans to improve the : pled Children's Society, Boy
water system in the city. He haJ I Scouts, Salvation Army, Pahokee
definite Ideas about a street and Florida ThInst have i High School Band, Pahokee Recreational -
sidewalk program and operation I Park, and incidental local -
of the Mayor's court License Or Permit i charities as they may present
Mr. Douthit came to Pahokee in i themselves, 500000. .
1929 and has been In business here I A great deal of time has been

since that time, conducting a A law enacted by the 1943 legislature I expended on the project and thane
plumbing business with the excep- makes it a misdemeanor to : in charge are of the belief that
tion of seven years that he serve; ; 'ecruit labor in Florida without a I citizens of Pahokee and Canal
as superintendent of the water f Ijcense, it was pointed out this Point would rather donate to ONE:
plant. lie and Mrs. Douthit own ii week by H. 1. Speer assistant UNIFIED drive instead of being
their home and live in the Bailey 4: 'ounty agent. License to recruit called upon to donate to a dozen

subdivision to Pahokee. 'J 'abor costs $1,000 state fee and different organizations in the run
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-' $500 county fee. of a year.The .

Vets To ConsiderHomesites I Mr. Speer pointed out that re- $24,000 will provide $8,000
. >, I oruitersho are taking labor out $16,00 remaining half ot 19tG anti
>t the state, must either have a for the new year of 19-17
Tonite ",. license or a full and complete un- Checks will be taken now for the

,,". ierstanding with the county agent. 1946 amount and pledges signet
; When labor is plentiful and a sur- for 1947.
All veterans of the Pahokee- plus is evident in this area, the Captains for the drive are: Ed
Canal Point area interested in ob- county agent will work with out Cushman, Francis Cross, 11'8.
taining desirable lots for home- 'Jf state recruiters in seeing that Kate Cross, Orin Bacon, T. L.
SitM are urged to attend the can :5 if they have proper permits without Burns, Roy Vandegrift, Jack Spencer -
meeting of the Veterans Progressive - purchasing the aforementionedlicense. Melvin Pugh, Joe Alderman,
Organization in the city haD Howard Holman adn B. Elliott.
this 26 I Miss Louise Sims of Canal Point .-.. -
Friday night, April at 8 I Local contractors who recruit !
p. m.. at which the matter will be FLASTACOWo-the Florida State College for Won#en annual for I&;or to take: to U.er states wC ,
thoroughly discussed and a definite 1947 will bear the name of a Canal Point girI-Miss Louise Siir -as do well to acquaint themselves Townsend Quits
editor. Miss Sims is
decision a journalism student at the Tallahassee institu-
will be made regardiQ
tion and in the junior class this year. She will graduate with the class with the new 1943 law. In order ,
the purchase of a suitable tract of of 1947. In a recent spirited election Miss Sims was chosen by her that there may be no slip-up It is II Belle Glade Job
land. classmates for the outstanding honor of editor of F1astacowo. When a good idea that local contractors
The committee In charge of this it is taken into consideration that there are 2800 girls In the Talla- get in touch with the county agent i
project will make Its report, an- hassee school being chosen for such a high post i9 no small honor. She before taking any labor out of I Announcement has been made of
nounce its selection of what it considers Is.the daughter. of Mr and Mrs. G. Lawton Sims of Canal Point the state.Nearly. I the resignation ot Dr G. R. Townsend -
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. I for the last 14 years pathologist
veterans' home sites, and arrange- Freeman Named 'Underground Cable at the Belle Glade fXpert-
ments for the financing of the pur- Half Fund went station, and his acceptance of,
chase of this land will be worked : For Telephone Users Raised For Swimming a position with the U. S. depart-

out. Citizens, other than veterans, Head Of B. G. Legion men t of agriculture, effective
who are Interested In this project I Southern Bell Telephone and Pool In Pahokee June 1.
Invited to attend the r I Telegraph company is replacing
are mf'eting. I Official word of the change was
State Representative n. Elliott Ralph Freeman was elected com- the overhead cable along Pahokee- Rupert Mock reported at the i released at the field day held
was guest speaker at the regular mander of American Legion Post Canal Point road with a modem Tuesday luncheon meeting of the i last week, by II. L. S1'er, assistant -
VPO meeting Monday night The 20, at a recent meeting in Belle underground cable in an attempt to Pahokee Lions Club that $8,500 I Palm Beach county agent who
speaker told at his work in the Glade city hall. : improve the telephone service for had been raised at that time for I told the large crowd of farmers in
state legislature, came out strongly John Wilson was elected first :' their long-suffering patrons in this the swimming pool fund, a project attendance that Dr. Townsend
for a t'better roads program" vice commander: W. I. Boone, sec- area. It Is said after the new being sponsored by the Lions. I would be in charge of the fertilizer
and told members of the \'PO that ond vice commander: J. T. lIarr i equipment is installed that this Prospects are fair for raising the division of the department at
they were in line to really do 3 finance officer: Frank Morris, : area will have something more total of $15,000 necessary for the I Beltsville, Md.

world of good for their community chaplain; Tommy Parker, serg-i I than a "fair weather telephone ex- construction of the pool in the ----... ----
and country if they stuck together eant-at.arms and J. B. Jones, his- i change", that local patrons will be city recreation park, he said.
and carried out without prejudice tortan. Elected to the executive able to get calls through during Steve Brown, city recreation director Plans Completed
the committee Luther Jones Joe i, rainy weather as well! that the Pahokee
work and aims outlined in thn are ... reported For Recreation Park
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articles of the \'PO constitution. Friedheim, Emmett Roberts, A. J. I town baseball team has joined a
.. --- Richmond, Louis Kirchman, Dr. IIarold Emery Named i league including several Fast At the Pahokre City Council
SPFA'I.tL )1l'SIO SUNDAY Thomas Brt'ger and N. B. Willis. I Coast town teams. I,
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South Bay Principal meeting Tuesday night Engineer
Commander H. E. Jones named I P. P. announced hearing
Corp. Medar and John n. Wall deMoya a I John T. Pickdt, Sr., reported that
or Miami will furnish specia' music as delegates to the convention In : Several and i will be conducted by U. S. I he has completed plans for the proposed -
Sunday morning for the lIen' West Palm Beach, May 1 and 8, appointments announced at the resignations last-'i Engineers for improved flood con- expansion of the city recreation -
Bible Class In Pahokee Corp Ralph Freeman John Wilson, W. I. : meeting were of the Board of Public I'" trot in tee Glades area. This hear- I park which Is to include that
Medar Is an accomplished musician Boone J, T. llarris, Tommy Parker ing will be at Belle Glade on portion of the lake levee fronting
In. trucUon, including naming of
and plays the violin and trumpet. and J. B. Jones. A report was April 30.Plans I I the park. The council approved
Harold of the i
Emery as principal
llr. WaU will play the musical given of new memberships, show-I South nay school for the 1946-t1 were made to send Milton i, the plans and instructed City Attorney .
saw. They will also play for the ing that the post now has 98 new school Carpenter student member, to I' TI'.add Whidden to send

morning church service at the Pa- members who are veterans at year.- -.4----- -- Tampa to represent the lOCAl dub !'I them to the U. S. Army Engineers
hokt'f'' Baptist church. World War 2. Eleven of the 15 in the Lions State Band which is I!I office in CIewistfJn for approval.
.a. ---- newly elected officers are from I I J uiJdingJlatted> to he organized in that city. i S I, The Council announced that

SEUS SOUTH BA' CONCERN this group On lS Jobs In Visitors were Kenny Mock, Albert since we electrical wire to now
S. K. "Bubber" Dennison announces ---.. -- Frtmd, Elmer Jones, I. E. '!! available aU makeshift wiring in-
sate of the Glades Plumb- UCIXSE OFFICE OPEN West PaInt Beach ,I Hamilton and Loren Q>MelL WId in loCAl buildings during the
ing and Air Conditioning company 11rs. Marvin Cowart has been --- -- war a.s a temporary measure will
of South Bay to Charles E. Jones appointed to take charge of auto Work has been ordered stopped It.\HOKE POSTPONED :I have to be replaced with we Voir-
of Orl.1ndo. The South Bay concern license sates in Pahokee and win on IS buildings in West Palm I I The Pahoket PTA meeting i i ing that will conform with the
wu opened about nine be located in the office formerly Beach by agents of the Civilian ,scheduled for Monday May 6 will city's building COOt. Marvin Cow-
months ago and has enjoyed a occupied by the ration board. At Production Administration follow- ; be conducted a week later on May art, building Inspector, wu Instructed -
splendid ratronage. present she will be in the office tog a check by the two officials of 13. This postponement is due to to enforce this law
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---- ---- from 1 p. m. 'til 3 p. m. on Mon- building permits which ban been I the meeting of the Dandmuter'1 1ft eo".ut Informed the coonul
)IOSflILSlTIER MEET day. issued during the last few Wttu. ; Association ot which Yr. Lamp issecretary. that the Florida Power and Ligit
PJ11)te Baptists made use 'f ---.. The agent. art making a complete I I The toneltt band will Company is ready to assist the city
their handsome new fellowship nall Ql1.\lJf1C.\TlOSS CLOSE investigation of budding ac- i present its program u of theabove In the installation of fire alarm
a. a center of social activities for Midnight tomorrow Is deadline tirades to detect any lack of compliance changed date. I+1000tS !in the colored mUon.
the first time Monday evening I for qualification In the Pahok With the CPA restrictions --- ...!-- II I Harry Sheppard was employed
when officers and teachers of theFlrot city tltttion. Candidates who seek which became effective March 26. Mrs. Valetta Wiley of Pueblo, ;, to assist in the operation of the
Baptist church School held to have their the ballot --. i
name on Colo hu arrived In P&hokte for waterworks plAnt City Clerk Wit
their monthly supper meeting must quality With City Clerk w.1 j i Mr. and Mr!. AlTtn Armstrong a visit with her son-la.lasr and !authoriud to purchase a new Fold
there. The supper was followed bya P. Walker before midnight Sat- I spfnt Easter with her aunt, )Ira. I daughter, Mr. and In. E. J. !lertd1th. I patrol car fcr the police dtrwtm -
meeting of deacons. urday, April 21. I I Lou Wadsworth at Coconut Grove lPalm



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Page Two The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, April 26, 1946
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THE EVERGLADES NEWS l7OAttendBible

IT'S A HARD JOB TO FILL ALL
Serving the Lake Oketchobee Farming Region tl.
Established 1924 Published Every Friday Class Easter Day OF OUR ORDERS!
Subscription Price 52.00 Year In Advance
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One hundred and seventy were But, you can rest assured that we will do everything -
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office in attendance last Sunday in The i in our power to give you the best service I
In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class 1Iatter. Pahokee Men's Bible Class, an all J1 possible.
time high The met for the
Paul Uardin Editor and Publisher group
first
time in its new builing AL
Forty-eight ex-sen'icemen were II BELCHERpAHOKEEMM.I
Country Girls Better present, led by Claude Jones, local BOX 876
The rural home provides a better atmosphere for the rear- head of the Veterans Bureau. A PAHOKEEI I
ing of children than does the city home. This was revealed fish fry in their honor is planned llVJ MM l ll.w 1 f1U.Il.vllW1W lW lW 1\11 1.\l.1 lW lI
in a personal statement made by Dr. T. T. Swearingen, di- for the immediate future Big Boy
rector of adult work and family life of the International Ridden, entertainment chairman I .
Council of Religious FJIucation and secretary of an inter- will have an announcement con-
faith committee planning the observance of national family cerning this" : I
With the members
seven new CLEANERS
QUAIJTY
week, May S.12, throughout the United States and Canada last Sunday, the class now enjoys
"Extensive study by experts in sociology indicates that an enrollment of one hundred and i : (Billie Iolstad O\vnel') I II
there are important differences between rural and urban forty one, just 59 short of the goal ,
homes. These include better training, happier home life, and of 200. One of the features of the I DRY CLEANING & ALTERING
less smoking and drinking among rural girls," he declared. Easter program was the "to the I
Pointing out that men, women and children need the point" address of Pete deMoya, I
strength and emotional support which comes from good whose words concerning the reason I CASH AND CARRY
homes, Dr. Swearingen maintained that "in family life for the success of the class were I Ii
which draws upon the values of true religion is to be found received with much thought and : i I
the only enduring basis for a better world." favor. N. D Evans, builder and i We specialize in slip covers, upholstery -
"The home is the primary unit of life," he stated. "It be- his crew of craftsmen were pre-
comes the primary unit in a constructive society only as sented. ; : and drapes. Alterations an- j

religious values become the heart of family relations and by Following the class the quartet musical, the program teacher, : other specialty of ours. I II
the basis of individual attitudes and conduct. Churches Rev. C. A. Moberg presented the I I I II '
are built on sound family life, and the family is never truly lesson, "If a man die, shall he live i
sound without the spiritual resources of the religion which again?" Preparations for an outstanding ; PROMPT SERVICE
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the churches teach.-Stuart News. Mother's Day program,
---------------------------------------------- - which will be presented on May
(Located in Pahokee in Old Bivans : I II
ENTERTAINS S. S. CLASS HENRY SAYS 'TII.\SI YOU" 12, are under way This Sunday
Mrs. Christine Elliott entertained the lesson will be one of most in- I Lumber Yard Office) I I
at her home Sunday afternoon I'm deeply appreciative or the terest, "Peter and the Church"
with an Easter egg party for mem- many little kindnesses shown me When did the church begin? Who j ji
bers of her junior girls Sunday while I was sick in the hcspita started it? What is its mission?
school class. Prizes 'were won by The cards and flowers helped to When will it end? How? Why? !i !
Rita Faye Hurt, Peggy Lynn Shirley shorten the hours and make them I These and other questions will be I I
and Thelma Vann. The hostess pass more 1gttly.: I sure %'.ppre- discussed. The quartet will sing. : Canal Point Iachine Works i
r was assisted in the entertaining by I elate every kind act and say thank Pra ident Jaudon will lead. A
i :Miss Yvonne Fraser and Mrs. i you to aU. most cordial invitation is extended : I
! Lewis Vann. I Henry BarwickSEAIEEidEVINRUDE to aU unaffiliated men of this I Manufacturers Of
community, visitors and service
. I IRRIGATION AND DRAINAGE PUMPS
-- men, in and out of uniform. The
class meets in its new building on : : nrnIL\ULIC MOLE DRAINS
Bacorn Point Road at 9:45.: Iessrs I i "'EEl) CHOPPERS
Unwin and Holman, fr. are the I II I I II
,' I i greeters. I I

I OUTBOARD MOTORS I FlU CONFERENCE- \Ve Are Agents For 'I I l

I i Pahokee Police Chief Albert 1 ASCO MARINE FORD CONVERTED ENGINES : I
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i See them on display here todar. ALSO
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Cant said that
yesterday plans AND IIEUCULES DIESEL MOTORS : I
I Driggs & Stratton Air-Cooled Engine J have been made to hold the next I
I FBI conference in Pahokee City : I
: and county law enforcement of- \rl IA1'E DRAG LINE CABLE IN STOCK I
PAUl SERVICE STATION ficers from this district will be In '
attendance, Mr. Cant said. -
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Phone 2921 Pahokee ,I CANAL POINT PIIOXf; 63l I'. O. BOX .16611'E
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sa.ser of
I Wauchula have moved back to Pa.hokee I
their former home Mr.
MANUFACTURE E\'ERYTlIING THAT'SMADE
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OUT OF IRON FOR USE IN I
with Alvin Armstrong in the ope-
I ration of the Gulf Filling Station TilE GLADES j
RELIEF : ''i'iI acrrus from the bank I jI I

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FLIES, MOSQUITOES ANTS, i mJ1AN .


ROACHES, FLEAS AND i ( IDEAL SUMMER Prince TheatreP

RESORT WHERE

OTHER INSECTS MOSQUITOES FISHES BITE DON'T.r AND FLORIDA

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r WEEK OF APRIL 28 19 6Sunday
W'e hate just received a large consignment in i : /f ,

I quart and gallon containers, or the new insect 1C\ :.n ( Ionday

I repellants and murderers in . . . c.
II I I "lILENE TO'VN"Randolph

1 A Scott, Ann D\'or3k, Edgar Buchanan
i IULTICIDE AND PYROCIDE :

I Tuesday-,,'cdnesday
I, The former is a liquid spray containing a per )J/
I II "CONFIDENTIAL i\GENT"
: cent DDT, and the latter contains l''rrtrin and ,
I Charles Boyer, Lauren Bacall
: a small amount of IIUT. Both of these insecticides :i iI
I Before leaving for that
: are powerful in their action on insect lif... :i: "ideal summer resort" he i I AIDED A1TRAC"fION-ON TILE STAGE

I I SURE "ou\'e INSURED j CHARLIE "TOBY" DO\VDr and

I Come in md get a ran of this new remedy and : otherI BARNIANCrGANG
your home, car and
1 Hm will quickly be convinced of its hhh value for ; a"ets.
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: the purpo 'S used. I ,, Th ursda.Friday

i Ii I :, O. R. BLEECII "PRIDE OP TIII IAnINES"

: IxsrIUXC t.\1I0IiEC John Garfield, Eleanor Parker

!H i KILGORE! SEED CO 'i t Saturday"SPRINGTIME -


; Pahokee Belle Glade I I USE 666 IN TEXAS"

I' : Phone 3201 Phone 106 II Cold Preparations Jimmy \\'akeJ Dennis, Lee Moore"I..asses"'hite,

I Liquid Tablets, Salve. Noe Drop I
I Caution Use Only .u Directed I.



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that all do "the will of God" and
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I minus the usual drive and program I
of solicitation, the response was a
testimony to the pOwer of prayer II
PahokeeBaptist I and faith. At this writing the of- I
,fering is in amount $6lU.04, with a Robert S. DouthitQ
Just 23 more and the Sunday :promises of several more contribu-
School attendance of the First tions. Every cent of this will be
'I used toward the construction of
Baptist Church, Pahokee, last
the next unit which will under '
get :
Announces His Candidacy For
Sunday would have been 500. I way shortly.
However, the 471 present was an The pastor uses this medium to
all time high, thanks to the splendid thank the members and many
leadership of the superintendent I friends for this beautiful display
j O. O. Gilbert, and the efforts I of Christian stewardship and of Pahokee
of his faculty. Some 300 can be wishes for each the fulfillment of c Mayor
packed into the auditorium< yet Luke 6:38 in its fullest meaning
many were unable to get in for This Sunday the ladies quartet
the morning preaching service will sing at the morning hour
proving the necessity of construc- Rev. Moberg will speak on "Thy
ing a building large enough to ac- I Kingdom Come." At the evening I If Robert S. Douthit Is Elected As Mayor of Pahokee on Tues-
comodate at least 500. The same : hour of eight, the next of the Baptist -
condition prevailed at the night I Articles of Faith, "The Perseverance day, May 7th, He Will Immediately Start Plans for the s
service. The Training Union goal of the Saints," will form
of 135 was reached with eight to I the basis for the sermon. The
spare, thanks to the vision and orchestra will render a special I -y
leadership of the acting director I.I selection The Illuminated Cross Improvement Of The Water Plant
J.lrs. W. Jf. DuBose and the cooperation II.Meditation will be presented. The
of her workers. Training Union will convene at
No financial goal was set only I:seven o'clock. A Street And Sidewalk Program

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Revision of Mayors Court and Its Operation To Further InQ
HeElectJOHN

sure Fair and Square Dealings To All. The Court Will Q

E. BOLLINGER Be Operated On Strictly A Business Basis .



r : :: State If Yon Are Interested In A Bigger



!P' j Representative Pahokee..Voie For Douthite


Group 1


E Years Of Experience On The Council Equip Him For The JoIN
Qualifiedand

(Paid Political Adv.)
$ :." Y rnUJ21 "',]
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FOR A HIGHER STANDARD OF EDUCATION FOR

OUR CHilDREN AND TO RELIEVE CROWDED r .
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CONDITIONS IN CLASSROOMS 4 p:; %_ $

'. 7 will again be thankful for your ,>-57
rote Lind support on May 7th." 'I7 -

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VOTE FORR.C.LAWSON



01. DEl.IlA BEACH

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FOURTH DISTRICT
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Lake harbor (Precinct -to) and Brown's Farm
(Precinct .11)) are the only two Glades precincts I
voting in this racc. I
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A Vote for Lawson is a rot For
CO-Opl\r3tion and I'rogres. "

Paid Political Ad..
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I -- I Ii Coonght 1946-CP4MHI MaW Ura.on GtlwaJ M.Mrl cuiltoMYCOI

i : ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO. I IWe I UMlal Qf S&VI'S' This new Chevrolet is the big quo1jty-ccr of low price-long,

wish to thank our many friends in the Glades for the I large, roomy, with Big-Car styling: Big-Car comfort, Big-Car
business which they have given us an the past and for their f m.W performance-and it saves you money en gas, oil and upkeep
understanding and helpful attitude toward us during the .
: : )\'ars while we were mainly engaged in the preparation and as well. Remember-only Chevrolet brings you CheVlolet'syon
maintenance ot Airfields for the Army and Xav)'. UtilOL Of sublet famous Big-Car quality at lowest cost!

Once again Wt art able to resume peacetime operations and i --
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; offer you the same efficient and courteous mice which it i\d t \
has been our endeavor to render in the The service we 'f \ ''
rest. HVIOm IS THE ONLY 'or"" : : f 'I ; .
offer IS complete from landscape signing to a finished .''' :t .. 'r- !llOWrIIUD ---
1A! WITH '1' *' ; "tiJO -1;
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planting jvb. Our Nurseries are stocked with a wealth ot :.II' I. :. "
lovely eJt'ction.trit'8. shrubs, vines, rotted' plants etc. awaiting your THIS[ strut QU&UIf< ,, \ '> I lt-------' k1'Ianl
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We Invite you to top in and visit us at any time and will I j II flSllU UUI III NI19 (II "( .IIU AttiC"uca IlDI!) IItHat ruu 'Mil'
I appreciate your continued business. I
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At'i ii;IF t 1100 Southern Boulevard (Route No. 25 at J Christian Clle\rl'ole CO.
City Limits), West Palm Beach, Florida .

Pahokee, Florida
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Page Four The Everglades News. Canal Point. Florida Friday, April 26, 1946
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I J. n' !lips of Wauchula, Mr. and

\ Mrs. Mote Phillips of Naples, Mr.

?mlWAR and Mrs. Paul Sasser, Mr. and Mrs. 1w------T-: :: PEOPLE OF PALM BEACH
The Jack Phillips and daughter Bttty
John Dulany r p COUNTY SHOULD AGAIN
!! Jo Bnb Elizabeth Bowers and 4

I II ,Dr. and Mrs. Armstrong. a ELECT
I Mrs. C. B. Starling and Mrs. J. T.

whose formal announcement I Charles McQuaig, Jr., amm 3-c. Fuqua are spending 10 days visiting : RUSSELLO.MORROW
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appeared in last week'g issue received his discharge from the their mother at Junction City, : t. .

j Navy recently at Oceania, \Oa., and Ga.
solie-
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of this paper, is actively
arrived at his home in Pabokee on I Harry Brooks Elarbee is seriously -
iting the vote and support of I Friday of last week. He was in ill at a hospital in West Palm f

the people of Pahokee on his i the crevice three years and over- Beach. as

record as Mayor of Pahokee seas in the South American area Mrs. Mabel Thompson is a pa- I
for one year. tient at Good Samaritan Hospital, i State Representative
for a period of seven years. West Palm Beach. l5

T-Sgt. H. B. Baxter who has Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Kennen had (Group 1)
During his tenure of office been stationed at Kayamahara I as guests Sunday Mr an Mrs. A.

and : at arrived J. Baker Mrs Tom Reed, Mrs.
much of the improvement Airbase Nagaya Japan i BECAUSE . . .
development of Pahokee was !I in Pahokee this week for a visit Rosalie Slick and daughter, Barb-I

taken with relatives and friends. H. B.I am Jean, all of Lake He was co-author of the Everglades Drainage
accomplished. He has I: received his discharge from the !. Cub Scouts of Pahokee Pack 23, District Refunding Bill which cut several mil-

an active part in civic im- Army on April 20 but has re-inlist- Den Two, enjoyed an Easter Egg I lion dollars for the district bonded debt, the
provement. \Ve feel that a ed in the Army Reserves for another hunt held at the home of Mrs. :
most beneficial pieee of legislation of all time
three He was in the Marvin Levins Saturday afternoon.
vote for John Dulany is a vote years. for Palm Beach County farmers.
\\inner.
Neal
.service 22 months and overseas Kennen was a prize

for an active and progressive in the Pacific area for 14 months.He Mrs. Levin assisted Mrs. C. W. He has always fought for better state highways

Pahokee. This is especially im- has two campaign stars on his Kennen den mother, in the enter- and better county roads.
taining.Mrs. .
ribbons.
portant in t his i post-war . Charles Martin of Home- He has always worked for water conservation

period. stead is visiting her son, Roy Mar- for South Florida.
Personal Items tin, and brother, A. E. Morgan
of and family In Pahokee this week. He served honorably in the U. S. Navy for more
(This ad paid for by citizens
Mr and Mrs. John Dragon were than 3% years.
Pahokee interested in its growth Mrs. J. W. Payne of Lake Placid, 'business visitors in Miami this
and development.) who has been ill for the past few week.
II (Paid Pol. Adv by Friends of Russell Morrow)
weeks, is now convalescing at the Warren Baker of Plant City
I
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home of her son-in-law and daughter spent the Faster holidays with his II I

--- -- .- -- - -- Mr and Mrs. C. T. Jackson, I uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs. Ben I I ..
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St. Martha's Guild the Episco- in Pahokee.A S. Waring in Pahokee. I --

pal Woman's Auxiliary, will con- picnic dinner was held on the I, Mrs. Charles Eunice has returned C III.IIIIIIDOODO D i/I L/1/ a
duct its April meeting at the home lawn of Dr. and Mrs. 1.V.. Arm- to Columbus, Ga., after a visit I

of Mrs. P. M. Cate Jr.. on Wednesday strong's home on Easter Day. ; with her parents 1fr. and Mrs. EARL GARDNER a
May I. at 8 p. m. Those attending were Mr and Mrs. I E. M. Meredith here.
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NEW\ YORK LIFE


INSURANCE CO.

1 T I GUESS Wages and materials consume a
nllfl t. YOll1 nearly all of every dollar liarvester
takes in from sales.A Government : :07 Citizens Building West Palm Brach

board has recommended
and the Company has agreed to
011, our} f 7ft f S" , pay a general wage increase of 18 "
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cents per hour for Harvester fae ,
tory employees.The Government -=-=-= -

SoMETIMES, although an idea is wrong it docs no harm. Like the has also allowed price increases j'L I
on raw materials which we pur- BLICHER-
idea that a square Jaw is t h. of will power. That. chase in large qumtitil's. StN-I DR. BARNEY .

aren't as severe as they used to be, or that red hair denotes quick has had an average increase of f f8fC1 '
RELEASED FROM ACTIVE DUTY WITH .1
temper. I IIIESU.1
But there are other wrong ideas,which are definitely harmful to TilE ARMY OF TilE UNITED STATES I
I
public confidence in and understanding of industry. One such le46"r---::::: IES TilE PRACTICE OF DENTISTRY i

idea is the current "guessing" about profits made by large busi- :::; 1 l9) : 720 COIEAU BUILDING

ness organizations.
\ \\'EST BEACII FLORIDA
Many people are apt to grossly exaggerate the money made by 94rbusmess. t

So Opinion Research Corporation (an independent I loil AKE\ Telephone 4660

organization) made a survey to learn just what the public thinks ,.r ) -- -
InterThere has been no iCTIroJ li- - --------- .- ---- -
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about profits. Compare these guesses and yours with the
crease in our prurs smce they U'E'rt'natIonal
harvester profit figures gIven below frozen by the Gf/l'ernrr.rnt early r T

1942. iB !n C4lnrBUn
So our situation today u t\:
h55(;\ ( \5 h\5 IS' rate of profit 1.n normal times wiatweBUYcostsus191Gpnc( ". !
\V \ \ Many large businesses, including We will to paying average hourly In DAVIS CAFE
ourselves, would consider It a
30.0" wages 56' above 19H. For what. Q
Public guess on au proMs. banner year if wo could reach 'L'LL'
\lie I
wegetonytprlL'I'S
frI H four war JW this figure. Our average profit for This condition cannot IJnJ tee STEAKS CHICKEN CHOPS
-
4.9 last ten rors-four war and
\V profit
average
met out oC our present low rte'
Blzproce-uw6.43-morethan
of pro fit. We In Home Cooking
Specialize
In this survey, the average or the a third less than what the publicguesses
by the public of the warCOnsIders fall'
Future Prices 011 I H Produtt Old Fashioned
AU these figures show that BarQ
time profits made by industry was our I!
. .thirty per cent ((30%). profits are not high. As a matter: It is plain that price rtlief will tJe .
But in the four war years of of fact.the entire farm machinery needed to meet the increased 14 East fain Street Pahokee, Fla

1942. 1943. 19H. and 1945, the industry is a low profit industry wage and material costs which
In 1944. the fade Com.
profitsof lnternationallarvester federal we must carry. 1
Company a'eradonly.. 4.9% mission publish a list of .6 in- We regret this nC't's".ty, We
on sales. Ins than ont sixth of dustries ranked In order oC their prefer to lower prices, when pos-
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what the gtnerul public "gufSs'd" ratio of profits to sales.The farm Bible, rather than raise them and
for all industry machinery Industry was 57th on we know our customers prefer to B
For this period, the year by the list. have us do that. We had hoped to
year per cent or profits on sales be able to"hold the line,"at leastt
was: 1942-7.34, 1943-5.59, What Abort went I H Prices But \\e do not see how we cm Our Glades Patrons
19H-3.95, 1945-3.93. avoid operating at a loss' it' ourplanned
kYhen the War ended ane .
Prices continue to remain tit theirlion
our peace time p rod uc.
frozen levels 11e will
we had hoped to be able to prehent Receive a high priority rating in this store. \Ve
@ O O G) NOT"cut corners on anv of our
seneourarm rC\1stomersat.the products, because Ql1ALl'rY IS are always ready and anxious to serve those who
same level which hu held since
hbfiC guess 01 puce profits 18.Or 1942, regardless: of wartime in- 'flU'BUSINESS.FUPSpATI( N OF car .t. busy themselves several months in the year producing -

h6\ I H f focI prHIU JUt creases in costs of wages and ma Our customers on iii I : ;!. (] food. \\Oe realize thc rush during the producing -

.v avenge profit .1.17 M that "e will! seek no more t:.:cn, a 1! months, and make it a point to get your iJ
u moderate profit, both (scni.): dIn
n r im merchandise to you with as little delay 3S possible.
the four peace }ears of 1938, Ieiuirti our policies and Es-cause v. I \e
1939, 19tO, and 19U, the profits approximately ;300 c..m....ui
of IntRnuhonalllarnsttr Com- fighting vigorously for \,.fry 1] IT IS A GENUINE PLEASURE
pang averaged ..7.17' ,. This is businet?;. Our request for p1'erl'l.'ll :
Q TO HE OF SER 'ICE TO THOSE
under chat cAt
Mif of public rmtnsnrzne reluf will ill! no more than b J:1'C'11. -
.>('$.':''1/' for all industr)'. t'SSaI'Y to insure continued!!t'n weterials (] \\110! pnOIHCf SUCH LAnGE

up to that timt. But re- to our customers,continued.w rk '! FOOD CHOPS
cent developments han OreN a for f1r.pOi'S.! and .- II'J
our a r:
fAIt \ I H .
\ hf5
\:x: \J : change in our plana. able return for our stocthktaiority .".
a
ttrrk>> fw pnfit

illonultillesls..10t INTERNATIO n Halsey & Griffith

IM tn year s Fs ku tlaa 7 r' I

The survey indicates the public ,i j -WEST PAUl BEACIII -
knows dint in our economy prof. HARVESTER lJ'i1
its are mdispeauble. And the 1
majority regard 10% u a air -A

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April 26, 1946 The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Page Five

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-- I CIRCLE MEETING
PersollalItems So\vder-Tackett
ri
The spirit of Easter continued to I

prevail with one of the most Inspiring .
The wedding of Miss June
ELECT Pvt. Lester Hatton and P\1 meetings of the year of the
Tackett daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
r Frank Handley who recently fin- Pahokee Baptist Business Wom-
H. Tackett of Meh'in. Ky., and L.
ished their basic training in the an's Circle conducted Tuesday
Army at Fort McClelland Ala., D. Sowder son of Mr. and Mrs.
I night at the home of Mrs. G. C.
are spending a 10-day furlough Tate. Flowers in profusion was Joe Sowder of Pahokee, will be

I Altman Morgan with relatives in Pahokee. From the order of the decorations. Mrs. held at Oket'chohee on Saturday

here they will report for duty at O. O. Gilbert president was in the afternoon, April 21, with the just-

I Seattle Wash. chair. The program "Evangelical ice of peace there reading the
I i :Mrs. T. M. Chastain is in Good Witnesses to the World" was pre- \'ows. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sowder,

Samaritan hospital in West Palm sented under the leadership of Mrs. brother and sister-in.aw, and Mr
I YOUR : Beach where she is undergoing H. Barnes, chairman. and Mrs. Ray Williams, brother-In-

treatment.Mr. Those law and sister of the
taking part were the Mes- groom will
I Ii and Mrs. Stanton Chastain dames H. Un\\in. M. Un\\in. 0.0. be attendants. The bride will wear
: will return to their home in Can Gilbert, Wile Tillis C. L. a two-piece white suit
i ) Shirley, traveling
I Chief of Police ii i : al Point Saturday after spending C. R. Wroten. C. A. Moberg R. S. with light blue trim and accesso-
i iw the past two weeks at Thomasville, Douthit and W. M. DuBose. What ries.Miss

w Ga. promises to be the outstanding Tackett who was educated
!' Pope Sears is recuperating at Christian social event of the at Melvin Ky., has been a resident

I I II the Everglades hospital in Paho- church year, a banquet for the In- of West Palm Beach for the past
kee after undergoing an appendectomy termediate Training Union in the two months. Mr. Sowder, a grad-

I As your Chief will devote my entire on Tuesday very near future, was decided uate of Pahokee High School Class

i I Mrs. S. Florence Sieglinger left upon. Refreshments of apple pie of 1940. is now employed by Van-

time to that office and will not i Tuesday for an indefinite stay in a la mode and coca cola were served degrift-Williams Farms. The

Colorado. She hag spent the past by the ho.stess. Others present couple plan to live in Pahokee.

engage in any other business I year with her son-In-law and were the Mesdames L. Connell R. Following the wedding Mr and
i r daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Cole- Mock McArthur, W. V. Un\\in, T. Mrs. Joe Sowder will give a re-

ii i man, in Canal Point. C. Richardson J. Wilkinson E. ception and dinner for the bridal

W. A. Cross, Jr., AOM 2-c, is Felix L. Houston J. C. Mock LIpock couple at their home on Barfield

I shall greatly appreciate your visiting his wife and new daughter D. Young, S. Roberts R. E. Highw!)".

and his parents in Pahokee Adams and the Misses Caraway ...

Vote and Support while on a 15-day leave from the I and Collins. The next meeting

: Banana River Naval Base. will be conducted on Tuesday, May Michael Wilson
: Walter G. Hull, :Miss Clark Hull 14. home to be announced.

I ; : and :Mr. and :Mrs. Ed Barnes are ..- -- Has Birthday Party

I : leaving today for Orlando where DID YOU GROW OATS 2

they will remain through the Farmers In this section should I Mrs W. Roscelle Wilson enter-

I IF ELECTED I WILL BE CHIEFI spring harvest season of Hull report oats which were planted in i tamed at her home on Wednesday

I i Packing Company's celery crop in the fall of 1945, to the Agricultural afternoon of this week with a

OF POLICE I the Zellwood area. Conservation office, Sanders Build-
I party for her ron, Michael, in celebration -
i I Wayne Elliott, son of Mr. and ing in Belle Glade not later than of his third birthday an-

I I ': Mrs. B. Elliott, was able to return April 30th. 1946. Reports not niversary. Mrs. Wilson was as- .

I home this week from the Everglades turned in by the above date can sisted in the entertaining by her

i; ; Memorial Hospital where he not be considered for payment under I sisters. Mrs. Ed Barnes, Miss Hilda
; i has been ill with virus pneumonia. the 1946 conservation program. Hull and Miss Walta Nell Hull.

I : Altman Morgan ; : I RE"v. T. A. Ferguson and Mrs. I Any farmer who planted oats in Invited guests were Marty Sell-

: I Frank Rozelle are attending a'I the fall of 1945, should report such ers, Joey Alderman Fay and Gay

'Methodist Youth Counselors course plantings to L. V. McClelland's of- Carlton, Brenda Unwin, Yvonne

L- : :'I at Southern College, Lakeland, this fire before April 30, 1916. Thompson Rosa hbel and Mar-
..
_____ __ ; week -- tha Ann Waring', Judy Murphy .
i Mr. and :Mrs. Cohen Blakey and c.\lm OP TII.XliS'Ye Effie Lou and Buddy Keen Sunny

---- - children of Orlando spent the wish to extend our deepest Libhart, Morris Kennedy John
weekend visiting her parents, :Mr. appreciation to our many friends I Lloyd Handley, Allen Pope, Les
and \frs. J. B. Elliott, in Pahokee. who were so thoughtful during the I Ipock Joe F. Beverly, Cline Faulk
BERRY FUNERAL--HOME------! Dr. and II'S. L. W. Armstrong I illness and death of our loved one, June Cant, Tommy Culberson

and niece Blanche Elizabeth Bow Mrs. Ruth Danson. We shall always I,I Cindy Friend, Kathey Wil on,
'
1 ers, visited Blanche Elizabeth's I remember the consoling i I Kathy Johnson Sylvia Parrish,

I Ambulance Service parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Bowers :words and acts of kindness. We i I Sandra: I.mpi, Cornelia Cate, Bennie -

in Orlando last weekend. Mrs shall also be ever mindful of the : Baxter, Robert Boe Skeets

Bowers i9 reported to be improving many beautiful floral offerings. Doe Larrie Elliott, Jill McIlwain,
Pahokee Ph. 2301 Belle Glade Ph. 247 after an illness of several weeks. These wonderful things will always ;Ia.tbl'en and Alice Joyce Spencer -

I I Mr. and Irs. George read re- live in our hearts. Betty Jo Phillips Nancy

turned home from Plattsburg, N- Respectfully, Thomas, Phoebe Ann Raml'Y, Joan
---- -- Y.. on Thursday of last we k. They Members of the Family Todd, Denny Padgett and others.
were accompanied to Pahokee by

his aunt, Mrs Charles Egan, who
is their house guest.

Mr. and :Mrs. Pat Schoeppel and

children spent F.asterith her

father Dan Jacobs, in Orlando. ALBETGANT

EA N D
B M.\\"OR.S PROCLUI.\TIOS TilE
QU\LlFlEO ELECTORS OF TilE WILL AI'1'ICCIATl:1'OlTlt SUPPORT
CITY 01' P.\1I0KEF.. FLORIDA !D
IU.ELECTIOX: AS
FOIl
I WHEREAS Pursuant to the Charter
II and Amendt'nts thereto duly adopted
ordinances ot the City ot Pahokee J
I Florida and the General Lan thereto\ CHIEf OF POLICED
pertaining there will be held In the
City of Pahokt'e. Florida on the 7th
and 14th days of May A. D. 1946. the D
general or annual elections for the
purpose of electing three Councilmen I Pahokee Annual Election
of the City of Pahokee Florida and a
Mayor. Clerk and Marshall thereof and
\\1IEREAS. the City Council ot the
City of Pahokt'e Florida. on Tuesday, d Tuesday May 7 8
the 26th day of March, A. D. 1946. at ,
a regular meeting dull adopted a Reaolution D
calling sold election on said
I dates and directing the Mayor Of the (Paid Political Adv.)
,City or Pahokee to Issue his proclamation -
worn' therf'Of.
NOW THEREFORE I. O. B. McClure
lead roller Mayor ot the City of Pahokee FlorIda -_ .
hereby give notice and make
the proclamation that there will be held
,
\ e .T.- in the City ot Pahokrr Flortda. In I
the City Hall therein on the 7th
T I D
-w yqAOS hT MEt and 14th days of May A. D. 19-44. B
Sa between the hours ot eight o'clock I ANNOUNCING . .
a. m. and sunset of said day, the
%LjvocldcAll general or annual elections for the I
purpose of eleetlnv three Cuncl1men.
a Mayor Clerk and JJanhall of said I D Display and Sale iJiJ
the advantages of natural City, each of whom shall serve until
eaYOEo the first Tuesday after the first Monday I
., Greenland cryolite. In May. A. D. 19-48. and or until
OF THE FAMOUS
E their successors tn office are elected
INSC and Qual1flf'd. I
\\'ILI4YS UNIVERSALJEEP
High degree of control at ec IN WITItESS WHEREOP. 1 hue
hereunto set my hand and affixed
nomical cost. ;
the official seal ot acid City this 26th D I
@ day or March A. D. 1943

Not acutely toxic to man, cattle ....'n.-. .I:
., or other animals. ,':q '" i I(D

Available alone or in combination I .- VOTE FOR i(I D Which 1- to the job-wherever It isQ

if desired.with copper or sulphur -y---v I I H. E. MOOR iCAroIOATt i( ITS A THUCK-rrs A TIlACTOR-IT'S A

DDT COMMISSIONER FOIt I(D HU AHOUT-l 'S A POWER UNIT!
RAILROAD
AGRICULTUUL CHEMICALS DIVISION INSECTICIDES GROUP n(
IA ALSO WII.I.YS CARS AND mUCKS
1 INN S Y L V A NIA SALT Art sow sroiIaWs I. Iproy GOOD : (
C. MAN TO SUCCEED I
MAN ailJc I U I I.N 0 C "" r AN' or II"t b.s.s Iw u,. is ret \
HON c S. NATTHEWSv ; (
0"11I11.4 by Yew level t.iar1 III Jo.oeyr" DAshley's
a..fodwer1 t000WtDtMt 1U1LDlrhUA.7PA. ..,,,I..t.lst.tlOL Foe . ( GarageD
.aIIrA ..YM' 00c0iQ' St.o.-.III' rl; .nil" o4fylc. ..4,111'ersuC J MOORE FOi; AU.I I (
rv@ aMat,"\Mt 3oN.11a fJer.roo t huCsasllyewdistrilwtsr, flORIDA ij [

MAKE All flOiOA!
u"MW h I ( Avenue E Belle Glade FIa. Phone 16Friday
FOR MOO1ttt : I
c.
J fiend. Agrievirvral surly w y 3

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Six The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday, April 26, 1916rv

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Cinematic Chatter

r'' By Malcolm Millar

a "

_ The Sunday-Monday offering at

the Prince should prove interest-
I. ing to all lovers of the outdoorsand

cIL' "he-man" action.
0I. These two days usher in Randolph -
Scott, Ann D\.orak and Ed-
gar Buchanan as the stars of
"Abilene Town" which is the story
Mi;
of the beginning of this once wide I .
open town, known as the roughest t
1 town in all the Western territory.
; Tuesday Wednesday bring

e Charles Boyer and Laurene Ba- 4 ,
rli call in "Confidential Agent'. which
is a tale about the Spanish Civil

War, as you remember reading it
I in your newspapers. However, r rw
this story is laid in London, and
casts Boyer as a confidential -
agent, whose life has been threat- LBROlED
\\
I erred several times and who meets ilOtS1E

the charming Miss Baeall. After flORi ,tul1b.u'lb .
a hectic 90 minutes of thrills, adventure toasted bread
'
and romance Boyer wins : Moisten butter and 1 t'p. W"tot'blre and 2 tsp.pECIPE .
Baeall and we all home satis- celerY
go . OI.ol1lled lor'. $o
,
fied that ; -po chophl with a
<
we have sat through a 10 th: will
s ud
A
sauce 'ix thorouandP9ugT. This
a very interesting picture.On chives- cleaned
the same bill comes a stage f ebOpped rem a1ns &bave been sp lit
Telephone folks make uil up .bieh
attraction that we will all enjo)'. 1 that 10bIets of
a big family-a total of The attraction is Charlie "Tobby" tug four Dot 1M meaty p QeC'o er UgbiIY.1'1'ce.
boiled. and "unuleS".e
Dowdy and his "Barn Dance t and butter; sail tar 10.15
; more than 36,000 people. with broilet salad"j
.
lobster
Gang", who hold forth for 60 or under vegetables .
lreslt
oven
ti' They are the largest minutes with music, mirth and io hot with drawn butter JAX 11LL\t. Selves lout.JAX
merriment of the "l ll-billie" type. of lce.cod on.td. Camp
group employed by any and plenty Mts. Joe endmaied
These boys recently returned from I $5.00 10 f.ne recipe
single company in the overseas where they were the stars h" florid. for Ibis Tecipe sUggcstion,
of "Stars and Bars" the famous Gordon Johnston regional Lerani for
nine southeastern states we serve. us yOU $5.00 .iU
overseas soldiers show that met published
I If
Add in Mom, Dad, Susie and Joe, and close kin with such success among our boys use.
its ;
there.ThursdayFriday. Address COl1panY.
fighting over
-and the number quickly grows into a large portion brings John Editor.'j JAY 11".ing

of the population interested, directly or indirectly Garfield and Eleanor Parker in recipe FlOZida:
_t ac\tsonville. ..
I in supplying you with the kind of tele- "Pride of the Marines". This !a .
the story of a hero of Gaudacanal .
phone service you want. who is blinded during a Jap raid. p. 'i.Mi;
He is very sensitive about this af-
\ They are your friends and neighbors-the kind i
fliction and does not know how to
of people you like to meet, to know, to visit with. face and mingle with society in '
the states. However he meets avery t. X' 5'
They are keenly alert to civic movements . 1 1
charming young lady in the
eagerly participate in community activities. form of Eleanor Parker who un-
itii
With their earnings and purchases, they are an derstands him and sets him back
on his rightful path.
important factor in local prosperity. And you'll Saturday for the double feature L tir i

the Com we have "Springtime in Texas"
find everywhere-for Telephone a
which stars Jimmy Wakely and E
pany is a local business, multiplied by all the many Lee Lasses White with Dennis itUJs

localities where we serve, and operated by hometown Moore and for the second picture ,
up "Men in Her Diary" starring
folks like you. clever Peggy Ryan, Jon Hall, and

We're proud of the telephone family. You can Louise Albritton and a very fine
cast of featured players. : / ,/
be too.SOUTHUN. See you at the.movies-Mal. T
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Mrs. W. G. Hull and Mr. and 1Et1\ \ G I I

BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY \ Mrs, W. H. Clark spent the week-
Incorporated S end in Orlando visiting Mrs. Hull's ND

and Mr. Clark's father C. C Clark,

who is,seriously ill. S 1 aN Gy J)


tra.spedal aPHere's '
with e
meal his grand
PIANOS JEWELRY MUSIC a inviting
rSO
CASHNOW So fLORIDA
Peal BROILED
01 f JAX

J. W IIASIILEYJE'ELEI combination and hosty, golden tlte50utltust's

n Belle Glade, Via LOB51ER wortlty 01 its name friendbil.JAy. .
truly
Beer. Drink 01
great 01 flavor
GO TO CIIURCII SUNDAY lends a touch regional

'Ye Pay More For Beer always your Favorite
S to
lul goodness
Your Car brewed
dishes. Its
'
ohen.
I JA X Beer u tltea'tern
Late Make Have 5.0
Models-Any

A Servant of the! Glades to P lease It's relreslting discriminating and itself deliCIOUs for plu'ant' good

tastes
for Economical: Transportation I or just by
I meals
/ With

4 Buses 1'0 Miami feheshment/ _

To West Palm ]leach I I IsQyr ;

x
Daily 1'0 Ft Myers I c l.tkeland railIt'Ikyl

t rr Era I 1

PHONE .'.+..n I II hfy rdtlI
I I I

Glades Motor Lutes i nc. 2:11: nay 2291 Night

I 21 1 Hour Wrecker Service
SERVING THE GLADES"i
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CHRISTIANCIIEVnOLET DISTRIBUTED BY


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Pahokcr. hlorid tilayn I


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Friday, April 26, 1946 The Everglades News, Canal Point lI'lorida rage Seven
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ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Gray, in I-County Singing convention will
Pahokee. meet in Pahokee Sunday afternoon
N 9Mr ... in the new Men's Bible Class build-
SINGERS TO MEET SUNDAY ing at 2:30 o'clock. A cordial invitation -
is extended to one and
Members of the Palm Beach all to be in attendance
I
and Mrs. Eddie Schoeppellof -- --
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Belle Glade announce the arrival

of a son on Tuesday, April 23, aAs wartime Governor, Holland
Mr. and lrs. Oscar Chastain Y
built the Strongest Financial _
announce the arrival of a daughter -
Structure Florida has had its
at Good Samaritn hospital in In
West Palm Beach on Friday, April Hitory.
12. The young lady has been
named Lyndell Gail. Baptist Article Of Faith No. II
Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Webb of I :
Canal Point announce the birth of A'i j

a morial daughter Hospital at the on Everglade April 22. :Me- The Perseverance Of The Saints

:Mr and :Mrs. Thomas C. Erwin
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of Belle Glade announce the bi..thof
at the Everglades Memorial -
a son
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HOSpital on April 20. ,'
Should
voter First
Mr and Mrs. W. A. Cross, Jr., \Ve believe that such only are real believers .
of Banana River announce the : sider a Candidate's
birth of a daughter, Lalar Kath- as endure unto the end; that their persevering Y k Qualifications
erine, at S1. Mary's Hospital, West q
attachment Christ is mark which
to the
12. Mrs. grand
Palm Beach, on April
Cross and infant daughter came to distinguishes them from superficial professors; ;;: t! FREDW.BROWN.
visit with
Pahokee this week for a hr
Mr and Mrs. W..A. Cross, Sr. that a special Providence watches over their wel-

ITEMS fare, and that they are kept by the power of God *\ Prodlclftg AHo'lIft ..M.mb.t Florida
PERSONAL w State and Local Bar AnociatO": 29
through faith unto sah'ation." years ... Specializ.d In Rail and Motor
Mr and Mrs. E. Louper Hous- :,Y ;' Legislation over 25 years . Deputy
Commissioner. Florida Industrial Com.
ton and daught rs, Jean and Joan, ', ; minion 2 years... EI.d the man with
of DeFuniak Springs are spend- up.i.nct and proven obiliry..
ing two weeks visiting relatives 4 for FLORIDA STATE
1
and friends in Pahokee. Louper, a RAILROAD COMMISSIONER
former Pahokee resident, recently Paid Advertise.nent of the (Group 0")
received his discharge from the First Baptist Church, Pahokee, Fla. r: ..Y. Your Vote Appreciat.d and Support Will Be
service after 14 months of duty FRED tt7. DROIr'N PAID<< POL.ITlCAL AOV.t ./
ovrseas in the Pacific area. While
here they are the house guests of .... .#
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and Mrs. Marvin Unwin. --
Mr -- -- -
Mrs. H. D. Fields, Jr., was able
to return home Sunday from the
Everglades Memorial Hospital :
where she recently underwent an

operation.Mr and Mrs. G. C. McLarty rff90-

and son, Claude, of Okeechobee
spent Easter; in Pahokee with rel

atives. iE i\T I5{ A @
Edwin Rice and Sam Lovell, .
students at the University of FlorIda i

holidays, Gainesville with their, spent parents the Faster in Pa- THE F. E. C. HELPED FOUND

hokee.
Mrs. W. J. Fountain and grandson -
Robert -tlennett, of Seville: i.
Ga., who have been visiting her
son, Myers Fountain, and family Nj4jAjL S
in Pahok, have gone to Lake
Worth for a visit with her son-In- I
taw and daughter Lt. and Mrs.
, Lyndon BeaU. Lt. Beall who is
stationed at Morrison Field came ItMir
fQr them Sunday.Mr. .
and Mrs. II. A. Lee have re-
turned to Sanford after a visit
with their daughters. Mrs. J. V.
Thomas and Mrs. L. J. Fraser, and
families in Pahokee.Mr. .
and Mrs. E. J. Newsome and n
children: spent F.asterith her par- .

I J a


SUPPORTand

VOTE for

Fifty years ago this spring, in

189S, the Florida East Coast Rails

4 a y way was extended to an obscure residential and industrial center that

ti little settlement on the Miami River is still growing.

PIpS } Here a townsite was being laid The entire state has been bene-

out and streets cleared through the fited by the rapid development of

'" 4? tangled brush when the first train Miami and South norida. This year

roUed in. On the bayfront soon rose each of Florida's 67 counties win re-

JOE WILLIAMSRailroad a luxurious resort hotel, the famous ceive an estimated 590.000 from the

A FREE HISTORY Royal Palm tax on horse-racing in this area
Commissioner
(Group 2) Send for this interesting n. Other Florida East Coast trains alone. Many of the hundreds of

A South Florida bus n( man lustrat bock et The Story deily brought new residents, visitors, thousands of travelers, who are anof .
with an ALL Florida viewpoint a PIoneer a brief history attracted by Miami, visit and
nually
01 t.e Florida East Coast building material, comforts and con-
"\US wlTnll.I.I.U Li" Railway and its part in tb veniences. Thus nourished and enrich other communities and sec-
Paid 1'01. Adv.I'AIM remarkable development 01
the East Coast 01 Florida, inlinked with the outside world, the tions cf the state
chiding the founding 01 Miami infant f skiement
rapidly. founded
grew that
and West Palm Beach. last This railway virtually
address; From this beginning Miami has Miami still constructively serves tho

PEACH Geo. 1. Oarer become within the brief period of East Coast of Florida today Diesels
General
Passenger Agent
Florida East Coast Railway fifty years, one of the most beau- have replaced the early woodburn.St. .
COUNTnCLPB Augustine, Florida ful and populous cities in Florida, ers but its spirit of pioneering has

Gl1EEN FEES: : : now world.renov..ned as 'a resort. carried on through the years
11 EFKLND:, $2
\\1.tKU.$1.:. : .'>0

t\SOS.\I. JII:" IIIEI Slill'a:
lndhidtut $60 tau. ta.YFutdly FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY
l . $.31 1\lU.'i tax
i
Sandwich and i A Florida Industry and Institution

Bar Service



Page Eight The $;'glades News Canal Point, rIorida Friday, April 26, 19tG

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and is the local jailer or I should walk on his hind legs. He said were Mr and Mrs. Robert Simon- I son's sermon on 'The Resurrection. -

Breezy say keeper of the Home. They in- his name was B. Elliott. son and son. Robert David, Mrs. I :'

Well Paul hope to see you Lewis Vann and Mrs. J. G. Thomas ... .
sist Dorset is the gateway to the I
again soon Jr. Mrs. B. F. Murray has returned:
The Crickett Rest Home north and the gateway to the
Love and Kisses More than two hundred persons I to her home in Cleveland Ohio,

April Dorset 25th., Florida 1946 southnorthernersin.sist it be- BreezyMethodists attended the Sunday school and I after spending the season with

longs to the south and vino-versa. .. .- the congregation at the morning I her son-in.law and daughter, Mr
Editor
Paul Rardin
One Rupert Mock and one Lewis service tilled the church auditorium I and Mrs Alvin Armstrong, in Pa-
The Everglades News
Friend breezed into this town the I Hold to capacity to hear Rev. Fergu- I hokee.
Florida
Canal Point
other nite. They were blowing
Service
Dear Paul: Baptismal
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about a ten pound snapper that
Just thought I would drop you
Mr. Mock caught. That makes him :
a line and let you know that I am Six infants and one small child i i f'
granddaddy. A fish can look any '
getting along all right. Am recup- were christened at an impressive !
size when you have to get out of VALDOSTA i
erating fast and will probably live. baptismal ceremony conducted by
bed to look at it. Anyway, Rupert I
'Ibe shock of receiving that fan Rev. T. A. Ferguson at the Paho !
has given some of the boys some- POLLED SHORTHORN SALEWe
letter almost put me away for I;, kee Methodist Church during the :,
thing to shoot at. I
keeps. They stated that it was morning service Easter Day. They
Paul that sure was a purty : purchased ELI GROVE IARDALE
!
not surprising that the "Arabs"were were John Bennett Cruthird, son of I II
tearing up the theatre cause lookin picture on the front page Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Cruthird; Gil- I TilE GRAND CHAMPION nULL
last week. That powerful looking i
there is not only lack of diciplinein bert Mead Maxwell, son of Mr. and
dragline and that cute little jeep, : And the FIVE TOP HElPERS, including 1 1i
in
the homes-it is lacking Mrs. Leo Maxwell; Betty Jo Phillips -
under the shade of that sturdy
rome schools. This sounds like daughter of Mr and Mrs. i TilE RESERVE CHAMPION :
.
looking oak (size 42) is a photo- I
deep water Paul so I guess we Jack Phillips; Tina Marie and
will drop it right there cause I graphic masterpiece. If you make Thomas Roy Handley, daughter : Also two sons of the Grand Champion, a solid red I
that machinery work as hard as 2 old and solid white yearling which are
can't s\\im. and son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas year a ,
Dorset sure is a nice little you did getting it, something ought Handley; Roger Lynn Simonson, !I' available to South Florida buyers looking fer real
to get done around this end of the
metropolis. A Mr Crickett seems son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sim- quality.
I
county.I
to be Mayor, Chief of Police, train- onson and Dorothy Emmaline Lair i
sure wanted to "cover" those I
master tax collector and dog daughter of Mr. and Irs. Marshall BEARDSLEY FARIS
last two or three council meetings I I I IOn
catcher. A Irs. Kate evidently Lair.
but Mr. Buck wouldn't let me out I
con trolls all of the markets (black I Five persons were also received Highway 23: Six miles east of Clewiston
of straight jacket-probably
& white). A Mr. Buck sweeps out my ,as new members of the church dur-
would not have gone anyway cause
. : ing the morning service. They
J've lost my ear plugs. Under-

Ads stand Marvin and his gang got I -
Classified I
tabled after running themselves

ragged getting information and

FOIL SALE: M acres muck ad- things lined up for forty new i .11 Gi

joining ridge and including 5 lots street lights. Also heard that the

If you want a good close in farm power company would have furn- :;

in Canal Point see Dan Carpenter. ished about all of the material and

St.22.46-ch installed the lights. That infor- 8\0S ,

mation might not be straight but
i 1' I
SEI-TIO TANKS, Grease Traps it's pretty close. But the heck .: .
and Cess pools Cleaned and re- I ".
with the lights, we haven't grown I
paired. Drain fields installed Bob that much yet-after all Pahokeeis I t ; f{ .
Douthit Pahokee Phone 3872. !If.
.
only the place where the Canal "'
St 3.29.41 pd f.
i.
Point-Belle Glade Road turns.

FOR SALE: Two 6-room houses on What I am really interested in \ \ {o,;.;.

100 foot ridge lot in good state; is the way the council fixed up the \ 4;: ctt2: (
> '
of repair, each has three bed next Mayor-raising his salary ) 1?
I __
rooms, both for price ot one- from nothin' to some thin'. If they

$7500. Dan Carpenter Pahokee would offer free room and board al 1a rIUnless

Fla. in the jail ole Breezy would blossom p

out in the race. Sure hope I
WOULD LIKE to rent a house can get back to Pabokee soon. I L' VOTE on-

with three bedrooms or what want to be there in time to promise you

have you! I. E. Hamilton F. E. my undying support to each and May 7th others will run
C. Agent Canal Point. Ap12cb
every candidate-like every one
and America
else does. I also wnnt a cigar from Florida
FOR SALE: 15 3 bedroom
houses-dose in and nearly new. each one of them-they are good . .. .

Liberal terms. Price 6000. C. A. to keep the gnats away when you ;I not to
your
to catch fish.
are trying
Bailey, Belle Glade Fla. Phone
A politician passed this way the
70. Belle Glade. StAp26ch liking
other day. True to form he had

LOST: Small blue pocket book to stop and shake a hand and give ,.....Q.J.

hair-utility razor and $36 in with a little conversation. He made P.UILLIPI.
cash. Liberal reward. Mrs. Vio- one statement that placed him ao

let Hall at Bonnell's Beauty Shop right along side Washington and _

in Canal Point. Lincoln in my little book lie said :,

- - that the greatest invention the I Firua Bureau
I SOU) 'E.\I! It sure pays to ad- I Flor ida
world has ever known was the
vertise in this column. Those wheel barrow . it taught man to
drawers didn't hang around long I

after the paper went into the mail.I . -
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had dozens of calls but the first

man got 'em and the check made

the country editor very happy

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\ )TICS:: I will not be responsible
0 TIRE RE-CAPPING
for any debts contracted by any

one except myself from this date-
0J
April 26, 19t6. Signed: Al Pickard J
M17pd. For Everglades motorists who wish to have their tires recapped or repaired in a new and modem tire shop and

delivered back to you in three days, make arrangements with any oue of the service stations listed below:
W.\ST.) experienced mechanic,

be or first helper clat with workman.experience White. should or Pahokee Pure Oil Station Pahokee Standard Service Station

rolorN. Canal Point Machine
11'orks. Hej'mt iJ PAIIOIEE AT It ELLIOTT'S FORD PLACE


,IUU good:: Two condition room, house cheap trailer ;for- I ; Fleming's Canal Point Station Browning's Pure Oil Station


cash, See T. E. Sullivan, 130 S. E. I I i NEW CITIES SERVICE STATION BELLE GLADE

Main or Phone 2551. A262tch.
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FOR S.\u:: Two wheel baggage I'\SSEXGER CAR TIRES mUCK TIRES mUCK TIRES

trailer, two good tires, 1 spare, tar- J Grade A Grade A Qimel- Grade A Camel0

paulin cover and car attachment Q Tire Size Camelback Tire Size Ply Lack Tire Size Ply back 1
for $73. Phone 2511. Pahokt'e.A:6tch.
4.75-19 $5.30
5.25-17 6.00 6.00.16 6 $ 7:1\J 7.00-20 ((32x6)) 10 11,80

'OK S.\"' :: 1931 Ford Sedan 1930 3.23-18; 6.35 6.00-20 G 9.00 7.50-10 G 11.10

Model A Sedan 405 Ba'om Point 0 5,50-16 6.45 6.00-20 ((30x5)) 8 9,00 7.50-16 8 11.10

Road, Phone 4501. 1I3ch 5:50-17: 6.55 6.50.16 6 8.25 7.50-20 8 13.90

1'\1I0Kt: REAL EST.ITE opportunitlee 5.50.13: :Jg' 6.50-20 6 10.65 7.50-20 ((3.b7) 10 13.90
G.00.1G
tJ .
cash and
: $3300 assume
6.50-20 ((32xG 8 10.6 8.25-20 10 18.65
6:216 710
$560:) mortgage/ at $iO per month 1

including intereset will buy 2 furnIshn1 G.DO-li 8.0a 7.00-15 6 9.6a 9.00-20 10 22.50

houses on beautiful Ridge .50-16 8.15 1.0I 6 n v.8.. 10.00-20 ((9.75x20)) 11) I.).....no
lot 140x225. $13.000ill buy 7.00-15 9.50

large: bungalow and 2 bedroom 7.00-16 9.70 7.00.20 8 11.80 11.00-20 (l0.50x20)) 12 27.50

three car garage apartment close '

in. part ra.'h and balance can befinanced. B

Apartment tully furnished -

home partly furnished includ- BILL LEAK TIRE CO.

ing all electric kitchen and air

rooting .,ettm.

Plenty ot farm lands for MIl or WEST PAUl BEACH FLORIDA
X. DIXIE AND 5th STREET PHONE 6620 ,
rent. For complete details contact

Archie Bart' Real Estate. Belle

Glade. F1a. ltch



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