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Title: Everglades News
Uniform Title: Everglades News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Belle Glade ; Canal Point, Fla.
Publication Date: May 3, 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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Volume 23-No. 1 Cana1 Point Palm Beach County, Florida, Friday :May 3. 1946 $2.00 Per Year
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H. B. Baxter Enters 70 Attend l\len's Bible Date Changed For Poppy Day Drive To Greater Interest

Class SundayS Be Held May 7th

Race For Mayor Cattlemen's Field Shown Pahokee
attend the Pahokee The local American Legion Auxiliary -

Men's Bible Class last Sunday. will conduct its annual Pop-
Of PahokeeH. Two view members were received Day To 1ay! 16th py Day drive in the Pahokee.Canal City Election
increasing the enrollmnt to 143.
: Point area on election day, Tue: .
The quartet will sing this Sunday.
B. native of Pa- Cattlemen's Field Day at the Mounting interest is being shown
Baxter son The lesson will be taught by the day, :May 7, as has been the cu.s.
in the Pahokee city election to be?,
hokee entered the race for mayor teacher Rev. C. A. :Moberg. Prep- EVErglades Experiment Station tom in the past. Mrs. O. R. Bleech!
held at the city hall on Tuesday,
in Tuesday's city election with a arations for a special :Yother's will be on Thursday, May 16. The is chairman in charge of poppy
7. the
May as candidates enter the
folupl"ise announcement 15 minutes Day program will be completed date had been tentatively set for ales in Pahokee and Mrs. Stanton home stretch of their campaigning.

before the deadline Saturday night.H. this Sunda)'. Messrs. Kincaid, :May 9 but due to conflicts with Chastain, in Canal Point. Officers to be elected include the
Wood and Cowart will escort to The attractive little red ,
B.. born 21 years ago at Sec- two other meetings of interest to poppy mayor, the city marshal (more
the close the oldest resident mother familiar to everyone. is made b\
of Pa-
tion 31, has been a resident
popularly known as chief of
I of Pahokt'e who will be honored farmers scheduled for May 9 the the disable veterans at the Vet-
hokee all of his life except for the I police), three councilmen and the
accordingly. All unaffiliated men, staff at the EES decided to postpone erans Hospital, Lake City Fla. All
22 months he served in the Army.He city clerk
visitors and service men are cordially the tUemen'S; field day un- proceeds from the drive will go into .
was recently released from the I 11. B. Baxter, a newcomer in the
invited this Sunday at 9:45. til the following Thursday. the rehabilitation pr, gram fOI
service after 14 months in the Pacific i hot
for
race mayor, managed to
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field tests
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area He graduated from Pa- I get under the wire just before the
I and the steers are ready for American Legion and the Legion I
hokee High School in 1940 and is Saturday midnight deadline. The
[Pahokee H. S. Band inspection. Crass plots are in good lLxiIiary.
a charter member and past exalt- i campaign issue in this year's elec.
condition and are certain to attract
Ed ruler of the Pahokee BPOE I tion centers around the reed for

wdge. He is also a member of IIn Final Concert I I control a lot plots of attention.will be shown Some weed and !Veterans \ViIl I Hold( a more progressive and efficient
the Lions Club and Fred awl Percy government that will lead Pahokee
I there will be a number of other
Mansfitld Post 90, American out of the doldrums. As a voter
Sunday May 5th items of interEst. :
Legion.In I Dr. Kidder, head of the animal I[Special Meeting On I'it is. your duty to go to the polls
commenting on his candidacy : Tue.:day and carefully choose the
will have
husbandry department
for mayor Mr. Baxter said "Paho- i men whom you think are best fit...
Bandmaster Robert O. 6th
Lampi on display a pen of purebred Brahma :Ionday fay
kee is the only home I have ever will present his 43.piece Pahokee heifers and the Afrakander i; : hd to do this job.
known and I want to help put it : The slate of caididates in alpha.
High School: Band in a Sixth An- bull acquired by the station since I I
in its rightful place as one of the r.iversary Concert at the high last .ear. Also there will be a pen AU vEterans interested in ob- I betical order is as follows: For
most progressive and beautiful school auditorium on Sunday, May of fine Devon bulls to be offered taining lots and homes in the Pa- I mayor, H. B. Baxter, R. S. Douthit
small cities in South Florida. In 5at3p.m. for sale. Cattlemen interested in bokee-Canal Point area are invited I Jr., John A. Dulany, T. C. Richardson -

the ma'or's race I'm not interested This will be the last of the winter acquiring a purebred Devon can in- to attend a special call meeting in and Frank Rozdle: for city
in splitting votes-I'm out solely and Fpring series of free concerts spect these bulls and make a selection the city hall on Monday. May 6, at I marshal, Albert Cant, A. E. Morgan .
to win and if elected I'll devote my I and marks the last appear- while at the field day meet. I 8 p. m. This meeting is being and B. W. Wood: for city
full attention and energies to sen'- ance locally in the band of two i ..... called by Claude Jones head of the council, group one, I. J. Frasllrt',
ig the people as a whole and not members Ray Hawk and Milton local Veterans Service office, who Jr.. and Frank M. Shaughnessy:
cater to any individual or individ- Carpenter, who graduate this Ce P. Baptist Will is prepared to answer aU questions for city council, group two, A 1.
ual groups" spring. Louise Elarbte-, a major that veterans may bring up regarding Davis, Don Hillier and Horace Un-
.. .. ette in the band also graduates how they can get a desir- win; for city council, group three,
Hold
Newly Organized with the 1946 class Mortgage able residential lot and build a I. M. Lair: for city clerk, W P.

The is as follows: home or if they already own a lot Walker
program
VFW Post Held 1st 1bunderer March Sousa Burning Service what proceedure to take in getting I The polls will open at 8 a. m. and

Regular Meeting William Tell Overture Rossini a home built. The cost of buying I close at undown. On the election
Independt'ntia March Hall a lot and building a home will be I board are Rev. T. A. Ferguson
Band On Sunday morning, May 5, in estimated and the best way of fi- I clerk, Edna Pickett, J. B Elliott
The first meeting of the
regular Gaiety Polka Hartley the regular eleven o'clock hour, nancing it will explained.. and Rhoda Sbive with Hulet Denton -
Post
Pabokee
newly organized Tranquility Barnard the Canal Point Baptist Church The veterans' proposed new sub- Ora Powell and Alice Ramey,
4180, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Trombone solos, Hay Hawk will observe the ceremonies of division off Barfield Highway will altffnates.
was held in the city hall Friday Them Basses Huffine Mortgage Burning In recent be discussed further at this meet- -... --

night with Charles E. Morris of Little Red Caboose Moffitt months the Church has emerged ing and a just system of priority
Tampa, State VFW Commander, Golden Friendship _. Fillmore from the debt incurred several will be worked out whereby mar- Veterans To Buy
assist in getting the
present to Band years ago when it was constructed. ried veterans most urgently in
post off to a good start and install Two Little Bullfinches Kling Now It is debt free, and in joy need of new homes will have first 1U.Acre Tract
new officers. Friends . Smith for the occasion the Mortgage wm chance to purchase the 32 lots in
Earl A. Undrose was inducted Clarinet duets, Eddie Hodges and be burned on Sunday moming. At the new subdi\'ision. Steps will
post commander; I. J. Fra.sure Jr, Milton Carpenter that time too, T. M. Johns of the also be taken at the meeting to For Homesites

adjutant and quartermaster; Ken- Stars and Stripes Forever Sousa Florida Baptist Children's Home make the new subdivision an ideal I
neth Mock senior vice commander: Silver Card Overture O'Niell in Arcadia will speak concerning residential section. I
Dorsey Pugh, junior vice com- Marche Americana Arkennann the challenge of Church member- This will be an open meeting and At a special meeting of the Veterans -
mander: Jack Phillips, judge advocate Star Spangled Banner ship. Also to peak will be the all non.veteran citizens who are I Progressive Organization In
: I.. V. McClelland chaplain; also I the city hall Friday night action
Fillmore Arrang. former Pastor, Rev. S. B. Jordon interested in this project are
Slater Brewton, surgeon and officer i who is now at the Hialeah Baptist invited to attend and take part in I was taken to obtain homesites for
of the day; Calvin Spooner, Church in MiamI. Rev. Jordon will the discussion. I veterans in the Pahokt'e-Canal
patriotic instructor; James Hawk- High School Band I bring the sermon of the moming. -... ---- Point arfa. Approved as a desir-

ins, historian and service. officer; To Participate In Following is a program as will be I able location was the committfe'
Lee Rawls, legislative instructor: followed in the service: Pahokee Lions selection of a 10-acre tract lying

E. A. Jensen, trustee, three-'ear County Festival Prelude _. ,. Pianist one block east of Barfieltl High-

term; Edgar Wilder, trustee, two- Call To Worship Choir Elect Officers way opposite to Lair Athletic
year term; James Registers trus- The Pahokee High School Band, Invocation Rev. J. R. Heller Field.It .
tee one-'car term; Earl M. 43 pieces strong, will participate Congregational Hymn "I Love was decided to have a board

Schultz Sr. sergeant major; William in an all.day County Music Festi- thy Kingdom, Lord" Duncan Padett: was elected of trustees purchase this lQ.acre
C. DeLoach, quartermaster cal to 1If' heM in West Palm Beach Talk. T. M. Johns president of the Pahokee Uons tract from the Okt'elanta Planta-

sergeant: Laverne Humphries antI on Friday, May 10, according to an "The Challenge of Church Club at the annual club election tion Company for $10,000 and divide .
Paul TilIiery, color bearers; Bur- announcement by Bandmaster Membership"CongregaUonalllymn held during the luncheon meeting it into 32 lou, 75 by 150 fed,

tell Davis bugler.It Robert 0 Lampi. Five high school "0 Jesus Tuesday. Other new officers elected which will be available to veterans

wu reported that the local ) bands in the County will take part I I have Promised" for th coming year were FA- desiring to build homes within the
\'FW post Is starting activIties in In the festival and these will be I Offering ward A. Jensen, first vice president i-I next few months at a cost of ap-

good financial condition and with grouped into two playing aggn> Burning Of The Mortgage ; C. A. Batchelor, second .proximately $325 per lot.

42 charter members. One of the Lions, a 73-piece first band ga-1 Dedicatory Sermon Rf.v. S. B. president; 1... V. McClelland, third A West Palm Beach finance
first moves of the group was to be- 1)5.piece( second band. A Jordon vice president; I. J. FrafUrt, Jr., company has offered to extend
gin a membership drive. It b estimated performance will bf given at Dedicatory Response by the I I secretary and treasurer; Leon veterans loans up to $10,000 for
that there are approximately 7p.m. I: Members I Spooner Lion tamer: Earl A.Lindrose the actual building of the homes,
400 veterans in the Pabo- -----... -- Dedicatory Prayer Rev. J. R. tail twister; I. y Lair prqvidfd 10 or more homes are

kre-Canal Point area who served Fish Fry Tonight HellerCongregational I I and Lewis Friend diredors. under construction at one time..
outside of continental United Hymn "Tht Frank Rozelle was asked to represent Any veteran in the Pahokt'.Can.a1
States during the war and are eligible Ien's Bible Class Church's One Foundation" the club at the next meeting Point area who owns a residenUal -

to join the organization. It I I Benediction of lh City Council and recommend I lot is eligible to apply for

is planned later to name Post The long awaited fish fry in I Choir Response that the city operate on daylight i I this loan. All applications will be
HSO after one of the men from honor of the ex-servicemen. prom- Postlude Pianist saving time. The dub voted to observe .. received and infomation regard'
this area who died in action dur- ised by tb Pahokf't Mf'n' BIble I All members and friend of the daylight saving time, starting I I ing the loan will tt given by

ing the war.Starting Class will take place tonight at ;Church are most cordially urged with its next luncheon mf'eting. Claude Jones, head of the Veteran
Wedne.&iay May 15, 7 o'clock, Baptist Church grounds. I and invited to atttnd this Sfnire.I In response to a request by Rev. I Service office in the city hall.
members of Post 1480 will meet ,"Big Bot' Giddeu and his corn.mittee I Services begin a 11:00: (EST). J. R. lieller the group voted to !I It is the plan of the veteran

regularly on the first and third i will have the first hush Come and bring your family and attend in a body the! revival service I to make their proposed JJIMiviJionI
Wednesdays of each month the puppies, swamp cabbage etc. insufficient (friends with )00, at the Canal Point Baptist Church I model residential section of Pahokee .
place and hour of the meetings to quantity to serve at least ... -- on Wednesday night. 1 complete with paved streets.

b1 announced.tea. :00. Members friends and all ex : 4-H Club Will hold Dr Ronald R. Lorg a visitor I curbl and drainage gutters. spa'clous
.-- servicemen are cordially Invited. from Fort Lauderdale announced : sidewalks, and Itrttt li htJ.

ItF.f.TISG IIOrlt ('IL\SotU Rep O1wart's teed' tea proclivity District Meeting that tt WAil planning to open a John T. PitktU Sr will survey the

assures' all of plenty dtntit'l office lD Pa1.okee u soon land and divide it into Itl.
Scoutmaster Jack Phillips announces A County 4.11 Club Glades District as suitable office and living quarters - -.. --

a change in the hour of U. Howard Tiffin. paratrooper meeting will be held at the art I\'allable. n. B. Baxter Yr. H. J. Anderson entertain.ed ,

the regular weekly muting of Pa- of the S2nd Airborne DIV.. has reo- Canal Point school on Saturday and Frank Gulls were visitors. at dinner Monday night honor.
hokee Troop 23. Starting Thursday turned to Frankfurt, Germany May 4, from 10 a. m. to 3p.m. . tog her husband on his t4rthdayanniversary.
night the troop will meet at after spending a 4.day( leave with Several 4.11 Club contests will be R. J. Schroder accompanied by Guests were )fr. and
the scout hut at S p. m. (EST) in- relatives in Pahokte and Miami conducted at the meeting and Judge GtedhiU of Belle Glade attended In. Olaf Doe and son Sketta.Mr. .
ltead of 1:30 as w been the cus- Ht recently rHwttd in the demonstrations of dub work will an IOOF Wge meeting In wI Irl. Hugo floe and Mn,

tom in the put. Army until June, 1947. bt givtn. Okeechobee Friday nighl Robert, and Mrs Buchanan.Palm .



Page Two The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday, May 3, 19'6
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THE EVERGLADES NEWS Last Rites Held For t.1 frY' ,'T" In,,n,ffn,frY'

Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region l\lrs. Helen Allen IT'S A HARD JOB TO FILL ALL 1

Established 1924 Published Every Friday j Mrs Helen Allen 25, a former OF OUR ORDERS! .
Subscription Price 52.00 Year In Advance Pahokee resident, died at Augusta,
I Ga" early Tuesday morning, April .,: But, you can rest assured that we will do every-
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office 130. following a long illness. thing in our power to give you the best service
In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter. Allen, niece of Mrs. Walter possible.
Boatwright and Ra"Yllond Chris- !
Paul Hardin Editor and Publisher : tian of Pahokee, was well known' [ AL BELCHER !
to residents of this area and made
Newspaper Circulations UpIt I many friends during the five year, ; BOX 876
hag been the fashion with certain of the nation's poli- I she lived here. Before going to i PAHOKEEI I
ticians and others, with whom they frequently differ, to i; Lyons, Ga., about a year ago she ,I. ,n tVJ tVJ .
make a whipping boy of the natIOn's newspapers, low-rating i was employed at Bolton's Drug .
them for their mistakes ,! Store.
their influence, berating alleged I
and claiming that, after aU, newspaper circulation is dwind- Survivors include the husband I
Allen Ga. and two i
Ralp
i Lyons
ling and is failing to keep pace with the growth in 1)Qpula- ;
brothers, Hilburn Murphy of Pa-
tion. The great bulk of these barbs stem from those who hokee who was recently discharged ; QUAIJTY CLEANERS I Ii
have been exposed by the or have failed in their ef-
press
from the service after 4 years
forts to control it. This is true of the nation's great dailies, in ETO, and Pvt. Tunney Murphy i : (Billie Iolstad, Owner) i ii

and it is true of small-town newspapers. who recently arrived home from : DRY CLEANING & ALTERING
be taken indication of the because i
Circulation figures might as an Japan on emergency leave
increase or decline of newspapers prestige. During the past of his sister's illness.
week Editor and Publisher, a leading publication circulated Funeral services were held at i !
among editors, did a little devling among audited statements the Baptist Church in Lyons, Ga., I CASH AND CARR
I I Ire
the I ,
at
on Thursday and burial was
on circulation for th past 25 )'ears. ; :
It found that during the last five years, population in- Lyons Cemetery.... \\ specialize in slip covers, uphol- 1
creased 4.8 per cent, and daily newspaper circulation grew
17.G per cent with a pretty good bet that the circulation of Church Alterations : stery and drapes. Alterations an- :

sman-town weeklies and semi-weeklies advanced proportionate Are Completed other specialty of ours i

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During the 1920 and 1945 period, population increased Alterations have been completed .
24,8 per cent, while daily newspaper circulations rose 7.t I at the Pahokee Methodist Church : PROMPT SERVICE r I
per cent. Newspaper circulation growth has far outstripped I for the installation of the new
population increases No nation on earth has as good a press U,800 Carnarsa pipe organ which :
or as free a press as the United States. In no other nation I is expected to be delivered May (Located in Pahokee in Old Bivans I
well informed on currnt affairsthanksto :15. The organ, sponsored by Mrs.
are the people as : Lumber Yard Office) I :
a virile and fearless press. The newspaper industry R. J. Schrodt'r's Victory Sunday
doesn't worry too much about criticism, but its critics School class, will include a basic II I
\'oilin. flute chimes and
truth.-Titus\'il1e Star- organ
should nearer sticking to the
come
amplifier Mrs. H. C. Graham will !
.Adrocate, be church organist. I' 1 I
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I-s-s and her corsage was of I To accomodate the new organ ,, Canal Point lachine
Uec\'cs-Gra\'es I an organ chamber was built above Worksi I II
white gardenias. the choir loft and the chancel and ; j
lrs. Inez Craves of Thomasville, Following the ceremony a buffet platform to the altar was extend- I
Manufacturers Of
beautiful bride'scake :
Ca.. and James L. Reeves of Paho- supper including a ( to make room for the console. ,
was served to the bridal FluoreScent will IRRIGATION AND lRAINAGE PUMPS
I.ee were married in the garden of indirect lighting I'
Mr. and Mrs C. A. Kolstad at Pa- I couple and 20 other guests. Mrs. alS be installed in the choir loft. I HYDRAULIC MOLE DRAINS '
hokee on Sunday, April 28, at 5 'Angus Ryan of Plain, Ga., sister The work was done bj' Mike Hope-I I WEEn CIIOI'I'EIlS :
1' m., wIth Rev. Call A. Moberg, of the bride, was an out-of.town rich and Vance Denton under the I Ire II
pastor of the First Baptist Church, guest. supervision( of N. D. Evans, co.trsctor. .-- I
Before her the bride
marriage: .
reading the vows at the single ring was employed as auditor for a bus ..... I Are Agents ,For j
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ceremony Miss Gwenette Reeves
daughter or the bridegroom, and I I company. Mr. Reeves was recently The City Council at a special ASCO MARINE FORD CONVERTED ENGINES I
Albert Graves, son of the bride, i discharged from the Navy aft- meeting Tuesday night voted to
were attendants. I er three years and seven months conduct city official business on AND IIEnCULI DIESEL MOTORS ; I

The bride wore a pastel blue I in the service lie is now employ- j daylight saving time, effective __.. _. I I'rI
blur ell by the U. S. Sugar \\'t'dnc'Xbv i May 1. Practically all
street-ength! dress with navy
.. : HAVE nHAG I.IXf CABI.I IN I STOCK
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corporation'j house in this have
accessories and a corsage of pink xusiness area :
sweetheart and tube roses bits II B. A. McClown and also changed over to the new time -
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Reeves was attired in a chartuese of Orlando: were business visitors I and will operate their business on I
CANAL PORT PIIO\I 5U: P. O. BOX 466 I
and black ensemble with black ac-I here on Wednesday. I EDT through the summer months. ,

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OUT OF IRON FOR USE IN I
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BETTER BETTER I iI I i
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Street Lighting WHEN YOU ELECT Water System 0 f

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JOHN DULANY Prince Theatre


PAIIOKEE, FLORIDA

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, TO TilE OFFICE OFMAYOR WEEK OF MAY 5th, 19J6Sunday.


londay

REAIFi\ST IN IIOLLY'VOOD"

Bonita Granville, Tom Ureneman, Billie

Burke, Zazu Pitts, Hedda IlopgerTuesdayWednesday

IN AIIOREE ON
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Tuesday, Iay 7. 19Lt6 Gene"Tierne.A BELL, John FOIl Hodiak ADl\NO", William Bendix


I Thursda-.Friday

You may rest assured that every effort will be made to put 1'3bokee back
"TIlE STORK CLUB"
into the dominant spot it once enjoyed as the outstanding town in the Lake
Betty Hutton, Barry Fitzgerald
Okeechobee Farming Region. Xo stone will be left unturned to bring

about a re-awakening of civic interests to insure a prosperous future for Double Feature Program

this splendid cit)'. rA Saturday

"IN OLD IEXICO"

rote For John Dulany Duncan Renaldo

BETTER BETTERS ALSO"DlNGEIl -
I A Vote For Progress SIGNl\ll'
SEWERAGE STREETS
Faye Emerson, Zachary Scott


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Friday, May 3. 1946 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Page Three

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C. P. 4.H Girls Club OES Report Given 18, Mrs. Etta Mae Friend, Mrs. !changed from December to March. BAPTIST \\11U, WIll MEET
Jessie Barnes, Mrs Edna Barrett Mrs. Marjorie Mock, MI'9. Ora The Business Woman's Circle,
Presented. Program By 1\lrs. Graham Mrs Jennie McKinstry, MI'9. Ruth Powell and Mrs. Vena Mae Schroder First Baptist WMU, will meet at
Carpenter and J. W. Barrett acted as hostesses during the the home of Mrs Marvin Unwinon
The Canal Point 4.H Girls Club At a meeting of the Pahokee It was revealed in these reports serving of refreshments. Tuesday at 8 p. m. The pro-
presented their annual aChieVe- Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, in I that the Okeechobee OES Chapter ... gram will feature a book review
ment day program at the school 011] the Masonic Temple Thursday I has been withdrawn from Glades Mrs. R. O. Lampi received word by Mrs W M. DuBose.
Friday afternoon. night, reports on the recent Grand District 18. which now includes Monday of the arrival of her ...
Exhibits and demonstrations Chapter meeting in Miami were Pahokee Belle Glade and Moore brother, Oscar Williamson, in Mrs. Sadie Barwick is visiting
featured at the meeting included given by Mrs Dorothy Graham, Haven Chapters only The month New York City after a year with her husband, B J., in Thomas\1l1e,
canning fruits and vegetables: past grand instructor of District of annual chapter elections was the U. S. Army in Germany. Ga. this week
food preparation such as salads, I
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the making of towels, dresses, play .
suits, skirts and aprons: poultry ,:
raising, selling chickens and eggs:
gardening vegetables and flowers;
fire prevention: outside home im- AN ANNOIJ1NCEMENTPAHOKEE
provement with gardens, shrub-
bery, flowers and plants: inside
home improvement emphasizing
Improved methods of washing
dishes setting tables, care of the FLORIDA
bedroom. the use of household APRIL 29, 1946
equipment and so on.

It was announced that the TO Each and VOTER desiring alert Pahokee all
: every an progressive but stable free from petty politics -
County 4.11 Club meeting for the
and their retarding influences.
Glades district will be held at the
Canal Point school on May 4. Can-
al Point 4.11 girls selected to enter FROM: T. C. "Dick" Richardson, Candidate for MAYOR at the election to be held Tuesday, May ith, 1946.
contest1 at the district meeting:

were Carolyn Scruggs and Marie ; SUBJECT: A request for your vote and influence for me based on my training and business experience.
Sapp, correct posture contest: .
Mary Eleanor Jernigan, Joann
Platt, Gloria Stewart and Linda I have been a resident of Pahokee for about seventeen years. I have seen its growth, and I have also

Cowart sewing contest. seen and felt the somnolent condition that has grown with the passing 'ears. Petty politics, apathy,

Mrs. Oliver Hatfield, Canal Point lack of leadership, and the various cliques and factions pulling against each other have brought about
4.11 Girls Club leader, introduced I
at the meeting Friday Mrs. Mil- OUR present condition. I say OUR, advisedly, for your problem is MY problem, since I derive my income

dred Michaud and Miss Houtman, solely from the public-YOU, and whatever I can do to benefit YOU, will also benefit me.
County 4.11 Club officials.
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1 eN I have based} my entire campaign on certain qualifications; a broad but coherent business and technical
Ben S. Waring is visIting his
experience and MATURE JUnGE IENT. In my present work you know me as an accountant and tax

Waring i i specialist handling work for some five or six hundred of you annually. Through that medium, probably
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: more than any other man or group, am I familiar with your needs and problems. Combined with the ex-
Mr and Irs. Eo E. Coleman
perience that KNOW I have I also field that is of aid to those
visited their son, Lake Coleman in you am qualified :1 distinctly great assisting -
Zellewood F1a., over the weekend. i in the administration of municipal affairs-that of a civil engineer which embraces the construe-

, : tion of your streets, sewers and other public utilities. Letters are on file in my office to substantiate

)fA YOR'S PROCLAMATION TO TIlE : this statement.
QUALIFIED ELECTORS or TIlE i ,
CITY or PAHOKEE nORmA I

and WHEREAS Amend.nta Pursuant thereto.to duly the adopted Charter : When all is said and done, all community problems resolve themselves into dollars and cents-$ R c. ;
ordinances of the City of Pt.hokee, : Your streets all other in Ii-
Florida. and the General LaD thereto buildings, your and municipal improvements, cost money- Iy experience

City pert&1n1J1r.of Pahokee.there wtU Florida be. held on''the In Ttbp4 the ,! nance, business, taxes, and engineering will enable me to make intelligent recommelldations to your Coun- !

general 14th or days annual of May elections. A. D. IM6 for the the t cil. With the cooperation of the Council, and yourselves much can be accomplished and many of the 1

Of purpose,the City of electlnC of Paboke.time Plorda- Caunotbnen, and I things you desire, may be secured. This will be AN ADDITIONAL SERVICE to you entirely separate I

Mayor WHEREAS Clerk, and the JWah&U City Council.thereon of and the from the duties of the Mayor which are prescribed by the City Charter I
atJ of Pabotee. Florida 0Ja 'fneedar,
the 28th day of hatch, A. D IM6. ata I
regular meeting dulv.sdopted a Rees 1 I promise to work constantly tll give you the most businesslike administration In the history of
\1\100 calling add eleetioq em lAW
IIateI and directing the Maya of the Pahokee. II I
tztq of Pahokee to laue h1I proclamation I

MaJor.flow THEREPORI thereof.ot the City ,or I.PJbokee O. B.r _K t oCian, pp-, I 2. I promise to try and weld together a city government that will function as a sritoothly working unit I II

Ida: hereby give notice anet make for the betterment of the town. i
proclamation that there Will be held I
ta the City or Pt.hokee, 1ori4a. In I
the City KaU therein oa the Ith I
and IUb dap of May, A. D. IM. II IIbttnfa 3. I will cooperate and assist all individuals and groups in any endeavor, or project, that will prove
the bouts of o'clock
eight
I. m. and 'Unat; or 1&14 day, the : 1 beneficial fo the community as a whole. ;
general or annual elections for the : I .
a Cleft and three CUncUmen, I I
City Mayor each: of whom shall J.Waha11 sene of until 8&1d The "CITY OF AIIOKEE" is the largest business in the City for the reason that its activities affect !

day the first In May Tuesday, A. D.after 1948.the and first or lion-until the lives of every citizen in its limits. Put is on a firm businesslike basis. .
their IUctta80fS in office are elected
and quaut1t'd. : 1
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I hue On that basis, your vote and influence is solicited and will be appreciated by . .
hereunto set my hand and &fUnd
i
the official eeal of Bald City this 2Cth!
day of March, A. D. 1&46.O. .
B. McClure, Mayor Yours respectfully,
Pub: 3, 12, 19. 215. May 3, 1946.

T. C. "Dick" Richardson


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Page Four The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida Friday, May 3, 1946

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Mrs. Dewey Morris of Delray J. C. Tabb has returned from .
IHolland In Final
Beach is visisting her daughter, i Colquitt, Ga., where he was called 1 VOTE FOR
Mrs. Norman Kennedy, and family recently by the death of his sister,
in Pahokee this week. I I Mrs. Mary Darley.HORACE :Stage Of Campaign R. C. LAWSON
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OF DELRA BEACH
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weekend in the final stages of a
state tour on behalf of his candi-
COUNTY COIIISSLONER I
dacy for the United States Senate
doubling back to the more popu
IN THE
bus centers in an effort to reach a
I maximum number of Florida voters FOURTH DISTRICT
before the primary on May 7.Florida's .
tJ I
wartime governor will Lake harbor (Precinct 40) and Brown's Farm
I be in his home County of Polk (Precinct 41) are the only two Glades precincts
I Friday night for addresses in Lake
UNWIN voting in this
Wales at 5:30: and Lakeland at race
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8:00 p. m. He expressed confi, A Vote for Lawson is a Vote For
I dente th1t W9 home County people Cooperation and Progress.
I will give him a thumping majority
I on Tuesday, May 7. Saturday hen (Paid Political Adv.)
Yll
II has three speeches scheduled:
[i! Brooksvi11e at 11:00: a. m.; Plant .
Ii:I'I City at 4:00 p. m.; and Tampa at -- - p -- -

17:30 I : p. m.I .
Will Sincerely Appreciate Your t I Heill broadcast over a states ,I! i

DE ) wide network Saturday night aft- !
his from 9:30 to
er Tampa speech I
E! Consideration Of His Candidacy CFor )I 9:45 (EST). DOlllogellizett i

) Sunday, he will spend part of the

I! C]] day where rrtion in for Bartow he a will trip, relaxing climax to Dade his in County prepa-camQ : VitUlllil1 D Iilk I II

O ] paign with speeches at Homestead
I] and Miami The Miami talk is
] scheduled for 8:00: p. m. in Bay- I :
0 front Park where he concluded
AVAILABLE AT
YOUR
C]
I his succesful campaign for the
]I six to the
ASeatOnCITE governorship years ago
GROCERY STORE
]M day. That night he had an audience i !

]! of 10,000. I ', !
1 He will broadcast again Monday --0.-0-
] night from 10:00: to 10:30: (EST) I I
Tuesday he will return to Bar-
COUNCIL ] tow to go to the polls with Mrs. ALFAP I II II
J]
Holland and his son. Lindsey who II I
.] will come to Bartow from the UniI I I iIij
J.versity of Florida to cart his vote 1LA I I II

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I Mr and Mrs. H. J. Anderson
I Phone 20 Belle Glade, Fla ;
2)C I had as guests the past week their
] daughter! Miss Margaret Anderi i I II

:]i !son, Mrs, Albert Pierce, Miss Catherine I -
1 Iahlar, O. Leonhard, A. S. .
]I Anderson Paul Jensen and Pete I

., ..: IN THE ] Bjinehus of West Palm Beach.
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J JJ !n EARL GARDNER tJ
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I \VA NH Gi :n NEWY9RRLIFEI \ (

Pahokee City Election i
To All Citizens Of The INSURANCE
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J Canal Point.Pahokee Area:
I a 307 Citizens Building West Palm Beach

Tuesday May 7 LOCK POUR WINDOWS, !Jlj m m m ro

J BOLT YOUR DOORS, ,
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I! a "Return Of Frank DAVISCAFESTEAKS

.J James"

(Paid Political Adv.) Iii J CHICKEN CHOPS
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1I We Specialize In Home Cooking
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Jerry Carter The Man We AU Know Old Fashioned Bar.B.Q

., .,, I 14 East Main Street Pahokee, Fla. tJ I I4iA4iAiA4AIA19

. AJ Florida voters scan their ballots company and a dry roods house! 1938 he carried 64 out of the 6i .1
In the May 'I primary it Is These years drew him in contact I II I counties in the first primary.

safe to say that with the Democratic leaders of I I Jerry Carter has become generally --- - ---- -
no name on It Florida and, after the state campaign .i recognized as a good railroad -
will be more fa- of 1916. he was appointed I commissioner, who has been
I miller to the hotel commissioner to build up consistently on the side of progress

t vast maJority this branch of the state governmeet. and against stifling mono- Our Glades Patrons
than hat of In those years, Commis- poly. His name Is a legend in
Jerry W.Carter stoner Carter helped lay the. Florida pohtics. No one has ever
candidate to I I foundations for the I
great tourist doubted that he has a genuine
Receive a high priority rating in this store. \\'e
himself trade of today, not only by raisIng
I lore for his fellow nun, and the
IJ.succeed Railroad I I hotel standards, but also by man who invented the word "gre- are always ready and anxious to serve those who

for establishing out-of-state agencies garious" must have had Jerry 0 busy themselves several months in the year producing .
Jerry hu been getting acquainted i I I to interest people 1n coming to I Carter 1n mind. food. \re realize the rush during the prod .

tn the byways of the state for: Floridl. Under his regime the I Today three of his famous ducing months, and make it a point to get your 0
halt a centur)', Floridans first... sanitary, building. electrical and seven sons have come back from
knew Jerry Carter as a salesman, plumbing codes for hotels 'ere service during the war, and one i merchandise to you with as little delay as possible

later as a fledgling campaigner,, written and put Into effect. of them has nude Gainesville hIS
for the Democratic part, then as Back into private business for I I bomt. Recently Jerry and Mrs. II[ IT IS A GENUINE PLEASURE iJ
hotel commissioner under three six years after 19:8. Jerry was: TORE Of' SERVICE TO THOSE
Carter had 23 present at a dinner
governors and more recently as lone of the pIoneers in aircondttioning i WilD PRODUCE SUCH LARGE iJ
reunIon of their sons, the wivesand
ute railroad commissioner for for the South. t DHalsey
I children I FOOD CROPS
That is the kind
three terms. The call of public life was
Jury, who came to Florida asa I, strong and 1n 1934 a vacancy occurred of citizenship he beheves in and d
boy from his native Alabama on the Florida Railroad, the results speak for thtmsth'es.
received little formal schooling, Commisslon and Carter w a s Jerry W. Carter IS the type of Griffith
for it fell hu lot to help suppota elected. He was nude chairman public servant Voe want on our :
widowed moth. He peddled in 19J7. and in 1938, and again rallroad commis.son and unless

his way through the panic of 1901 I! 1. 194Z. was re-elected in each cur guru is wrong. the voters are -1VIST PALM BEACH-
and later became an outstanding I first primary with large majorities going to put hIm back thtre.-Edl- I
salesman for a sexing machine. over several opponents. In: tOllll from The Gainesville Sun .



May 3, 1946 The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Pa- Five
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CARD OF THANKS I one of you in our new building. We irnArnm24A
We the people of the Church of 1 would like to extend to every one Classified Ads
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God on Barfield Road wish to take : not attending Sunday School a D
this opportunity to thank our' cordial invitation to attend ours
many friends for the way they I each Sunday at 9: 45 a. m. Foe SALE: 50 acres muck adjoining ALBERT CANT
have responded to our recent solei- .... ridge and including 5 lots
tation and to those who so willingly I I DaVane.Million If you want a good close in farm WILL APPRECIATE YOUR SUPPORT
responded to our Easter morning I.in Canal Point see Dan Carpenter.
offering. We trust and pray Mr. and Mrs Fred Million of pa- St.22-46.ch FOR RE-ELECTIO AS iJ
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that we may have the opportunity hokee announce the marriage of
FOR S.\LE: Two 6.room houses on D
I CHIEF OF POLICE
to worship with each and every ','their daughter, Lenora Maxine, to 100 foot ridge lot, in good state D
i Raymond DaVane of Bowling I I of repair, each has three bed
USE Green on Easter Sunday, April 21, room, both for price of one-
666 'at 1 p. m. The bride was dressed $7500. Dan Carpenter, Pahokee, Pahokee Annual Election
i in white and carried a bouquet of I Fla. D

Cold Preparations I I Easter Mr. and lilies.Mrs. Da Vane are making -I II i WOCLD LIKE to rent a house Tuesday, May 7Paid QD

Liquid, Tablets, Salve, Nose Drops I I their home in Bowling Green I II with three bedrooms or what
for the have ? I. E. Hamilton, F. E. iJ
Caution Use Only As Directed I I present. you ( Political Adv.)
C. Agent Canal Point. Ap12ch
L1U.IULYJSILKALITE
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FOR SALE: 15 3 bedroom __ ____ _
houses-dose in and nearly new. h.
rVote Liberal tenns. Price $6,000. C. A. I .
'Bailey, Belle Glade, Fla. Phone I I
For A Qualified Palm Beach D 70, Belle Glade. StAp26ch \

I! NOTICE: I will not be responsible !
County Man For The Important p for any debts contracted by any I I
one except myself from this date- I I
Office Of April 26, 1946. Signed: Al Pickard I :
I! M17pd. PRODUCTS i

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Railroad FOR SALE: Two room house trailer I 1
I good condition cheap for I i I I ;
cash See T. E. Sullivan 130 S. E'I I '
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Main or Phone 2551. A262tch. I
Commissioner I I LIQUID TRANSPARENT i I

FOR SALE: Two wheel baggage
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; : Finest Finish For : I
trailer, two good tires, 1 spare tar- .
(In Group ) paulin cover and car attachment I
. 1)D for $75. Phone 2511. Pahokee. Boats Bar Tops Furniture j
A26.2tchFOR
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J Cast Your Ballot !
SALE: 1931 Ford Sedan, 1930 t
0 -For- Model A Sedan 405 Bacorn Point i io
Recommended Coverage I II
Road, Phone 4801. M3chd
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arneyPOSTON : FOR S.\U: One Stork line baby 4-oz. one coat-30 sq. it. ....... Price $ .35 I

buggy See trs. Norman Ien- I 8-oz. one coat-G5 sq. it. ........................ Price .65
2tch
nedy. I

I IG-oz. one co t-135 s q. ft. .................... Price 1.25 I
: FOR S.ILE:1937 Ford edan also .. i ioz.
I i Fryer Rabbits. 403 Bacom .3')- q t. one coa t-'_)- sq. it ............ Price ?.'5

J Of Lake Park II Point Road, Phone 4501. 1.2 gal one coat-550 sq. ft. ..._........... Price 4.00 I I II I
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J aYou'll nm SALE: Fine display of New I 1 gal one coat-BOO sq. ft. ................ Price 7.50
I reconditioned trailers. Small ;
J and i I
get genuine service if
Barney i j down payment balance like rent.
Sold Back Guarantee
on a Money ;
:We have three lots and carry a i
O is Elected l !Seventy.five thousand doll a r s : I
1 0 stock, we surely can solve your : I
,housing problem. Arthur Trailer I
i Sales. East main St. Pahokee. :
(Paid Political Adv.)
!Open from 10 a. m. to 9 p. m.
:wily including Sunday. tech !

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Tuesday May 7
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Page Six The Everglades News. Canal Point Florida Friday :May 3. 1916Mr
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and Mrs. Hudson Scrape of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bush and and Raymond Walburn. I think you see "Breakfast in Hollywood:'
Canal Point announce the birth of A. I. Davis have returned from Cinematic Chatter we've got a good story too." See you at the movies-Mal.
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a son at the Everglades Memorial Johns Island S. C., where they By Malcolm Millar And folks Mr. Golden is right! -
Hospital on Tuesday, April 30. were recent business visitors. They have a swell story and I The Canal Pol n t Methodist
know that you will sit through I Woman's Society of Christian
---.- ----------- -- So impressed am Iith the ninety minutes of the most de- : Service will conduct its May meet-
swell entertainment you have com- lightful and unforgetable enter- ing at the home of Mrs. Earl Max-
ing to you when "Breakfa.st in tainment of your life time when son on Tuesday May 7, at 2 p. m..

THE PEOPLE OF PALM Hollywood" has its two-day run at -- .
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r BEACH COUNTY SHOULD the Prince Theatre that I am de-
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AGAIN ELECTRUSSELL voting my whole column to words

s : O.MORROW of"Breakfast praise for it.in Hollywood" is the ,,, I I To Whom It May Concern:

story of a cigarette-the last one
I I
in a package and how Tom Breneman's This is to certify that 'V.'ood was not fired
radio show got into a film of I
; the same name. from the Pahokee Police Force, but did resign I

Edward Goldman a former New I. '
as Signed:
; England dentist turned impres-
I
I j O. B. McClure, Mayor
sario was enroute home from a
State, Representative late party when he ran out ot ; W. P. Walker Clerk I

(Group 1) cigarettes. ,
"It must have been about 4 or 5 (Paid Political Adv.)
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in the morning", Golden explained I
BECAUSE . . beaming, "and there I saw a long 4 -I
line of old women waiting. They
He is qualified by experience to hold office as were nice looking old ladies, too !
State'Hepresentative by virtue of serving in such and just standing there in line." ---- --

capacity for THREE TERMS prior to the war. The Golden curiosity was arous- I SEABEE and EVINRUDE
ed. He could not imagine why
well dressed old women should be
He was co-author of the 'VORK IAN'S COMPENSATION queued up along a Hollywood ! OUTBOARD MOTORS .
ACT.
street before the dawn arrived.
I "They were waiting for a radio : See them on display here today. ALSO I
He has always secured the needful appropriations I show that began at 8 o'clock," the Briggs & Stratton Air-Cooled Engines
for the maintenance and expansion of the Ever- producer continut'd. "They even I
glades Experiment Station at Belle Glade. had to pay $1.25 to get in. ot I
course they got breakfast; but PALM SERVICE STATION
what they wanted was to see Tom
He served more than 31/! years in the U. S. Navy. Breneman."
Phone 2921 Pahokee ,
"Well I found that that went on
(Paid Pol. Adv by Friends of Russell Morrow) every morning. Old women lined -----.-- - --- -------- .----------
up for blocks and every morn-
L- _ ing the same thing.
'Then I found out that 35 mill-
ion people listen to this broadcast PIANOS JEWELRY MUSIC
every week. That was enough for
me. I bought the show for a
REELECT picture." J. 'V. R ASH L 'Y

It was quite a job to write a JEWELER Belle Glade, Fla
story about a program' where a
middle-aged man tries on funny
ALBERT CANT 0a hats and gives an award to the GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY .
woman wearing the funniest
where one lucky woman is awarded -
a wishing ring where the old-
t ,., olPan. rr1n as orchid, and
: YOUR where a prize b also given for I
gown .n i hbor1lr ess.. .
"My son JJoPtt,who always gets A Servant bf the Glades
ma4 when II ,eve him, a.tltle, Is .
getting to be pretty good as a proiier -

Chief of Police \of: pictures' Golden ,said. .. .
"But,ve had: an awful: time geltIng 4 B S To Miami
a story for ..that, piti.ire. EarlBald..in ,. ro West i'alm Beuhally
finally wrote one for us:
: and I think he did a fine job. To Ft Myers & rakeland
0 We've got it allii with. ,BueJahBondi.
I have lived in Pahokee for the past 20 years- as the oldest woman Hed- .

Married and have 7 Children 4 in school.I da Hopper as the.one with the fun-
niest one and Bonita Granville as Glades Motor, Lines Inc.
a young girl. Others in the cast ,
have been an officer for past 9 )'ears. are Billie Burke Edward Ryan
U SERVING TilE GLADES"
Chief of Police for past 2 years with a record I 0D .
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am proud of. There has been no accidents in the

DD school zone of either school.As CASH .

Chief of Police I have turn back money to the
1
iJ City above all operation expenses and paid off QD NOW l

Police Department as follows:


FINES and FORFEITS ......._..__.$45.792.24
For
'Ve Par More

EXPENSES-

Police Salaries Your Car

Mayor Salary
Prison Expenses tate Iodels-An Make

Gas, Oil and Car ..........................$20,890.45

MONEY TURN BACK ......._.......24901.79 for onomkal 'frarutportattoD4Dr AlltO Batteries I II

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When Elected I will continue to solicit the Cooperation I
REPLACE THAT OLD AUTOMOBILE i
or each citizen, Especially the Mayor !
BATTERY WITH A NEW "IZARJ)
and Councilmen for without this the Police De- i I I II

partment can't 'function. I will work for the PIONE Ford "A" Chevrolet, Plymouth and others I

betterment of the'rown and the Pl'Ople. Efficient 231 Dar 2291 Night i Guaranteed to 18 months ......._.......__$5.95 to $7.95

md Courteous treatment to all and will show no
2t Hour "reeker Service ALL \-8 FORDGuaranteed

1).1rtialit to any one. 0 I 18 to 21 months ........._....$1.95 to $8.95
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Official \ \ \ Itt"prt'to'ntath 1'1 I I I'i
I will strive for anything tD make a better Police '
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I Buick Pontiac, Oldsmobile, Long type.

Department md for a better and safer place to I CnUISTIANCHEVnOLET Guaranteed 18 to 2-1 months ...... .........$9.9j to lO.9j I II'I I,
Ih'e.
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: I Sincerely Solicit Your Vote And I II II

.laho1., } uridsIaymond i Western Auto Associate Store
: Support on flay 7, 1916 j

: 'hrktlan Owner I. M. LAIR, Owner AHOKEE, FL.".
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. May 3, 1946 The Everglades News, Canal. Point, Florida rage SenD
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Canal Point PTA were Mrs. L. V. McClelland, first PAHOKEEIHGH SCHOOL
vice president: Mrs. J. T. Platt, ZION OR ROLL
Installed Officers second vice president: Mrs. Joe Fifth Six Weeks 1945-46 'I

Parker, secretary; lrs. C. L. A in all subjects
Mrs. C. H. Jones was installed Stewart, treasurer and Mrs. Otto 12th Grade: Betty Um\in, Bar-
president of the Canal Point Par- Coleman, historian. Each of the bara Brown, Nina Ruth Barwick.9th .
ent-Teacher Association at the :incoming officers was presented Grade: Imogene Spivey,
May meeting held in the school auditorium with a corsage of gardenias, the Howell Waring
- Wednesday afternoon. gift of Mrs Albert Fremd. Mrs. 8th Grade: Sarah Dart.
Other new PTA officers inducted F. DL Wilson, retiring president, 7th Grade: Willard McCurdy, aAs wartime Governor, Holland
. acted as installing officer. Porte Johnson, John Waring.A built the Strongest Financial
-- --- -- \ Named on the PTA Girl Scout or B in all subjects Structure Florid has had in Its 'C
VOTE FORIE1 \,sponsoring committee for the com 12th G ,de: Louise Elarbee, a
MOORE ing year were Mrs. W. P. Jernigan, Lynn Walker, Mary Mullis. History,
Irs. E. H. Walston, Mrs. C. G. 11th Grade: Ovalee Bennett, Bill
CANDIDATE FOR
RAILROAD COMMISSIONER I Coburn Mrs. T. W. Griffith, Mrs Elam, Dorothy Chastain, J. E. s \
GROUP F. W. Cross and Mrs. A. R. Chas- Spooner, Connie Marshall, Mary wE
tA GOOD tain. Mrs. deMoya's second grade Ruth Wilson. .
.. MAN TO SUCCEED won the monthly attendance 10th Grade: Lois Echols, Bobby
HON. E. S. MATTHEWS award. Baker.
t (Refiing}It Januory) Featured on the program was a 9th Grade: George Sims, Delona .

MOORE FOR ALLY May pole dance by Mrs. Griffith's Jones, Yvonne Fraser _.
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FLORIDA third grade children. 8th Grade: Steve Kirk, Payne E -'- 101' Should first
MAKE ALL Fl RIDA: .. Jackson, Nannette Acree, Eliza- "
A FOR MOOR[ Norman Kennedy is ill at the beth Pope, Betty Jo Barnick .side a Candidate'sI

If Square Deal r 411'AID Everglades Memorial Hospital this Johnny Lowery, David Ramey, I Qualifications
POLITICAL ADVUTlSUUNT week. Patsy Jensen. .
.a Vie.
7th Grade: Patsy Maxson, Jan- '
;r FREDW.
neUe Mathis, Dale Maxwell, Carol -
I Snyder, Anna Lee Hurt.
I i Those making just one C, other rat s BROWN
TO TilE VOTERS OF 1I0KEE: subjects A or B :

A VOTE FOR 12th Grade: Milton Carpenter.11th '; adicing Attorney ..Member Florida
State and local Sat Anociationl: 29
Grade: Lois Morgan Betty yeah ..Speciaiud In Roil and MotOl I
i B.WUWOODWILL Sears, Ed Howell, James Latham, 4 l'lIialotion over 2' years . D.put I
Rodney Connell, Billy Rawls. Commi"io"" Florida Industrial Con
I MEAN A CLEAN AND EFFICIENT 10th Grade: Patsy Creel, EIs- S.. minion xpvrience 2 y.ara and proven.. Sled obility the man. ..with

POLICE FORCE IF ELECTED ; wood Dart, Sieleen Tibbitts, Mar- 1 ? ; for flORIDA STATE

YOUR NEXT vin 9th Baker.Grade: Jack Major, Max Wilson ;. a j RAilROAD COMMISSIONER
S\ r5: (Group On.)
Leland Shirley, Betty Reeves, ..
Chief Of Police Joyce Strickland. s.' Your Vote Apprecioted and Supped Will

: (Paid Political Adv.) 8th Grade: Clara Baxter, Betty FRED W. BROWN PAID POLITICAL AOV.I
I Jean Hicks Nadine Raulerson.7th .
_ Grade: George Rozelle,
Jackie Thomas, Charles Sears, I I
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Sidney Caruthers.Mrs.
DrDD DDDDDDDDD! I I ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO : I

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Doss has returned We wish to thank our many friend In the Glades for the I
>" <*>Y' l1 from a visit with her husband in business which they have given us in the past and for their I
\ understanding and helpful attitude toward us during the I
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Miami where he is attending the
-"{; :, years while we were mainly engaged in the preparation and !
rw 1\'ersity of liami. maintenance of Airfields for the Army and Navy. I
I I
'i i Once again we are able to' resume peacetime operations and ; I
!'\ --. : offer you the same efficient and courteous service which it ,
has been endeavor to render in service
dt i our the past. The we I
A."BARNEY"POSTON
a Y : Re-Elect offer is complete, from landscape designing to a finished i I I
tlit.t' planting job Our Nurseries are stocked with a wealth of
,y;
-.J h '. < ;. lovely trees, shrubs, vines, potted plants etc. awaiting your I
t i .r. 't_ LA.tE PARK FLA. selection. ; I

A J We invite you to stop in and visit us at any time and will : L
fit:" I ..... .. r appreciate continued business.
; ; r' your I
'I. <<\ AManOfA E. TINSLEY HALTER, President. i I-
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NURSERIES: 1100 Southern Boulevard (Route No 25 at :
\. "i , r A2U City Limits), West Palm Beach, Florida 1 1I
Action :
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JOHN E. BOLLINGER STATE COMMISSIONER RAILROAD for I i,I RELIEF i I

.Croup Oae.. ; 1
Subjerl Vemorrelie Prwuke 1 I
Representative YOU WI..I VOTE t..r APPRICIATID by hind- I i -FRO I- I'

Palm Beach County Group 1 dJ i

FLIES BIOS UITOES ANTS i j
I
J S Introduced first bill to re-apportion House to give Q I ,

South Folrida greater strength and power in i

Legislature. I SUPPORTanr1 i ROACHES, FLEAS AND I

Member of Steering Committee, which took Senators (] VOTE fort
and Representatives from North Florida and
gave them to South Florida at extra session. : OTHER INSECTS i i i iWe

Led fight that got $300,000 increase for Ever- I I

glades Experimental Station to aid, our farmers. The ;, have just received a large consignment in i I
appropriation is now $418,000.

Co-author of Sixth Congressional District Law, ; quart and gallon containers, of the new insect j I
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which gives Palm Beach County more strength in d repellants and murderers in . . . '
Congress.
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S Author of and introduced law to make filing for ,

Homestead Exemption necessary in one place onb' JOE 'VILLIA1S 1ULTICIDE AND PYROCIDE ; i
If re-elected, will introduce bill for registration in

one place only for county and city voting. Railroad Commissioner i

Introduced and passed a law for Palm Beach (Group 2)) The former is a I.Iqui.d' containing 5 per I !

County to help returning veterans A South Florida business man cent nUT, and the latter contains PTetrins and I

Amended the School Code and helped pass law in- with an ALL Florida viewpoint
creasing teachers' salaries \\lX WITH \\lIJJ.Ul"" a small amount of nUT. Both W of these insecticides

Paid Pol. Adv.
Helped pass law for more State tubercular hospitals I are powerful in their action on insect life. I ;

and is now working to Jet one in South Florida.
Help him to make this possible.
Come in and get a ran of this new remedy and ;
Helped pass law giving more mony to elfare :
Board for Old Age Pensions, Neely Blind and Dependent Q : PALM H ACII you will quickly be convinced of its high value for : !

Children. (' : COUNTRY CLUB the purposes ust'd. ; i i
e Representative John Ilollinger will continue to f : iI
ii
fight against a State Retail Sales Tax on food, rent : GREEN FtlS: : I:
and clothing. : 11t1KINDs, $: i

In SUItE 1'0'OT . i n\SOS.\L\\lfKU.\M1.MBERS1111'S, SISO: KILGQR [ 80[[ CO1 :.I i iI

: Indhldual $G') ploy tAx I i I

VOTE : Family . In pill tat I Pahokee Belle Glade : I I II

MAY 7, 1916 : Cn'dwjf'h and q I I
Phone 3201 Phone 106 !; j jI
Paid Political Mr. by Friends of John E. Bollinger) Bar Service I j !i ij

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Page Eight The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday, May 3, 19t6
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Russell Morrow In I Ing his three terms he served ener- Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Cruthird j I Mr and Mrs. Albert Snyder and 1--alVin Spooner was recently re-
getically and most constructively and son, John Bennett, visited Mr I I children have gone to Zellwood leased from the Navy at the Miami I
Representative. Race and gained state wide reputation and Yrs. Paul Jordon in Avon 1 where they will remain through i Base and is now in Pahokee with
--- as an excellent Legislator. Park on Sunday. !I the spring celery harvest. I his wife and parents.
Russell O. Morrow, who is a can- After he had volunteered for
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didate for the Legislature, has service in the United States Navy,
been a resident of Palm Beach 'and while awaiting ardent, he was [;i rn.nrn
County for twenty-seven years. honored by being given an interim
His father, Mr. B. L. Morrow, II appointment by Governor Holland
worked with Bryant & Greenwood as State Attorney of the 15th Ju- ELECT
which later became Bryant and dicial Circuit. He served in this 0
Anderson, who constituted the capacity for seven weeks, when he
Palm Beach Farms Company and received order to active duty. 0d
did a great deal in the early devel- He spent more than three and
opment of Palm Beach County. a half years of service in the Unit-
Russell was reared in Palm Beach I ed States Navy, much of which H. B. BAXTER pa
County and attended the public was under combat conditions. At
schools of the county. After finish- the completion of the war he had
ing high school he attended Wa.sh- become authorized to wear the
ington and Lee University, from American, the Asiatic-Pacific and
which he received both Bachelor of Philippine Liberation ribbons and
Arts degree and Bachelor of Law six battle stars. c QQ
degree. He was admitted to the He and his former partner,
practice in the courts of Florida Charles B. Fulton, who also served
in 1933 and has maintained his offices In the United States Navy, reopened djRIahokee:
in the Comeau Building West their law offices and are
Palm Beach, since 1936, except for again practicing in their former Mayor
the time he was in the military location.
service. He served as Chief Depu- ... I Q
ty Clerk of the Criminal and Coun- VISITS NEPHEW 0
ty Court of this county during Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hundley and

193.1 fleeted and to a portion the State of 1936.LegWature He was son Worth Johnny Sunday, motored to visit Mr.to Hund-Lake L I hahave lived in Pahokee for past 2 r years with exception QI

first in 193G, being successful over ley's nephew, Master Sergeant I of 22 months I was in service with U. S. Army I am
three opponents, and served his Wayne S. Reida who was recently
first term in the Legislature Ses- transferred from Denver. Colo.. to interested in the growth of Pahokee. If elected your
sion of 1931. He was returned to Boca Raton where he will take a
the Legislature in 1939 and 19H study course for the next few Mayor I will put fourth every effort to improve the J

without opposition and was hold- weeks. Sgt. Reida has been in the streets sidewalks waterworks and continue impro'ements -
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office State
ing as Representative service six years and was stationed
in the spring ot 1942, when he vol- in Alaska for 30 months. of the City Park iJ
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unteered for military service. Dur- --- --
EASTER EGG IIU1\
The recent Easter egg hunt by

children of the Church of God p I Shall Greatly Appreciate Your . . p
was a great succeeSs. 65 children
OFFICE HOURS:
participated in the hunt for 21z!

From June 1 through Sept. dozen eggs.-------... Vote and Support
30, Mornings Only.
Larkin Spooner of Immokalee
Office Closed AU Day Wednesday visited relatives in Pahokee over I II On i\Iay 7,1946. I
and Sunday I the weekend. He was accompanied
I,home by his aunt., Mrs. J. C. Tabb. .
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Real Emergencies Excepted Cpt. Jack Bush was recently discharged H. B. Baxter

from the Army Air Force
Dr Chas A. CEERL
at Atlanta, Ga., after two years In
Pahokee, Florida the service. He is now at the (Paid Political Adv.)
home of his parents, Mr and Mrs.
[!
Arthur Bush, in Pahokee.
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