Title: Everglades News
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Title: Everglades News
Uniform Title: Everglades News
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Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Belle Glade ; Canal Point, Fla.
Publication Date: May 10, 1946
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
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Volume 23- 0. 8 Canal Point Palm Beach County Florida Friday May 10. 19-t6 $2.00 Per Year


RECENT TO TALLAHASSEE Achievement Day NEW U. S. SENATOR, Holland Carter

OPERATIONS For 4.H Clubs Is 4 J g a. Win; State Wide

By-Paul.-Rardin I Grand Success N RunOffsiay 21st.

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Miss Bertha Hausman the Palm Spessard L. Holland, Florida'swartime
Russell O. Morrow tate represcntative.elect. Be a c h County Demonstration
was guest speaker governor, swept to vie-
Agent and her assistant rrs. .
at the weekly meeting of the Pa 4Y Mildred I tory as a candidate for the U. S.
hokee Rotary club 'esterday The N S W '"' V J. Iichaud, both of West Palm j Senate in Tuesday voting over a

dub had Robert O. Lampi and Beach were present at the Canal I field of four including the man

members ot the high school band Point School on Saturday, May 4, from Stark-
-he of the
i big hat and
as guests so the youngsters got to and had charge of the Glades sec- ,
hear Mr. Morrow tell of his experiences tion of the County's 4.H Club work t flowing tie-Lex Green Holland

in the southwest Pacific > on their achievement Day. The I j received enough votes that a runoff .

during the months when the battle C clubs participating were: Pahokee j isn't nece al")'. 1be'ote was
was the hottest. Mr Morrow will -t-H Club, Jr., Pahokee 4.H Club, as follows:

replace John E. Bollinger in the I Sr Belle Glade 4-H Club both '! Holland _.______..... 201,9S9

Palm Beach county House of Representatives Senior and Junior, South Bay Jr'j Green .-_ ...'_____ .110,2SS
delegation Mr. Morrow and Canal Point Jr. .. Polly Rose Balfe .11,562

un'ed in 1937. 1939. 19-11. so A I The program was opened with y Burch .......... ..... 8,399
trodding the legislative halls of the pledge to the American Flag, Florida's most popular ex-governor j: Riding in with the silver-thatch.

Tallahassee will be nothing new to followed by the Lord's Prayer. The will become the state's i ed Holland were four incumbent I

the recently returned World War welcome address was given by the junior U. S. Senator the first of I congressmen, A fifth, Rep. Pat ,

11 veteran who lives in Lake Serving as member of the Palm president of the local club Linda :January when Spessard L, Holland ,I Cannon of Iiami, was defeated by

Worth and practices law inVest Beach county delegation in the Cowart. The group enjoyed sing- of Bartow dons the toga to be relinquished i,an avalanche of ballots which nominated -

Palm Beach. state legislature at Tallahassee ing many club songs. Among them by Senator Chas O. j i George A. Smathers, of Miami -

.. .. will be no novelty to Russell 0.Morrow were, "Dreamin;" the National Andrews of Orlando In a whop- 32-year-old former marine.

of Lake Worth He de- 4-H Club song for the girls. and 'ping defeat ot Lex Green the Bar- Holland's'ictory spelled the second -

Married M n Get feated Representative John E. "Plowing" the National 4.1I Club tow statesman becomes the second successive defeat for former

Bollinger in Tuesday's voting by a song for the boys. The -t-ll Ritual Florida governor in this century I Congressman R. A. (Lex) Green

Preference deci.5ive'ote, llr. Morrow served was presented by the Canal Point to attain a stat in the world's I who was beaten for governor two
In Vet in 1931, H139. 1941, before going Club, Linda Cowart Joann Platt, greatest deliberative body. I years ago.

to the Navy where he served for Mary E. Jernigan, Ada Tillman, I In the railroad commissioner
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Lots Homes Deal more than three 'ears. He retired Joyce rcCall and Gloria Stuart. i race in group one the vote was as
:'.s a Lit't-Commander. Those entering the posture Contest I follows:

....... were: Patty Ingram of Belle Graduating Class Ring ........._... ... .. 62,493
Local veterans at a meetif\g I Glade Joan Radded, Pahokee and Brown _..._.______.___... 37.529
caned by the Lots and Home Com New Industrials Marie Sapp Canal Point. Apron At Pahoke Hi Has Moore ._._..._.... 28,3S

mittee In the city haJJ Monday Contest were: Mary Eleanor Jerni- Akin ...-___ ____.... 26,930

night voted to give married men gan. Canal Point, Rita Faye Hurt, Poston .....---._ .. 23,35-t
preference in the purchas of Rate To Save Cash Pahokee. Play Clothes were: 26 Members In 46'f'f'nty.six Abram _...n.' _.__ _. 19,825

In the new proposed subdivision Gloria Stuart Canal Point. School Lane -.n, . .19.412I
for veterans that Is to be located For Current Users dresses were: Joann Platt, Canal I rorrison. 18,602

off Barfield Highway opposite to Point; Rita Faye Hurt Pahokee; members of the Pa- I There will be a run-of between
Lair Athletic Field. Marjorie Campbell Belle Glade; hokee High School Senior Class King and Brown

The subdivision will include 36 A new Industrial Rate was an- Mary Eleanor Jernigan Canal are candidates for graduation at In the group two railroad commissioner .

lots 15 by 125 feet, and the veterans nounced last week by the Florida Point. The clubs entering the the commencement exercises to beheld race the vote was 8J

on the preference list have Power & Light Company and In song contest were: Pahokee Belle In the high school auditorium follows:

up until Saturday noon May 11. to the Everglades a material saving Glade Canal Point. on Thursday evening May 30 The Jerry Carter _._. _. 161,442

purchase these lots at a cost ofS280 will be effected for large Industrial Contests and Individual awards baccalaureate service for the 1946 Taylor n_'. _.. _ 47.309

each. The money Is being received users. The new Industrial rate went to Posture: Joan Hadded Pa- graduating class will also be held Williams n. ___...__.__....._. .. 47,099In
for the lots by Claude Jones ; will make it more attractive thane :hokee. Apron and Cap: Mary In the auditorium on the preceding the supreme court race the

at the veterans Srvice office In th ever for new Industries to locate In :Eleanor Jernigan Canal Point. Sunday evening May 26. vote was as follow:

city hall. In a move to make the the Everglades Area. Play Suit: Gloria Stuart Canal The prospective graduates include Petteway ._ ...__..._.__._.. 96,833

new subdivision a model residentIal Both rates are effective with Point. Dresses: Joann Platt Can- Nina Ruth Barwick Barbara Barns __ 0. ._. ... .. _.81.059

section the group voted to seta meter readings taken on or after al Point Brown Milton Carpenter. Edna Lee . .... ..... . 49,640
minimum of $5,000 on the cost May 1st. 1946. in all of the ter- Club Awards: Canal Point won Cowart Jeanne Cruthirds Louise Taylor __. 33,926
of homes to be built In It ,ritory served by the Florida Power first place in the Song contest Elarbee Geraldine Fred Wilton There will be a nm-oft between

John T. Pickett Sr.. Pahokee & Light Co.. and it i. estimated Pahokee won first place in nametag Giddens, Ray Hawk, Gene Herring, Petteway and Barns.'

engineer showed the veterans the that the annual reductions to some All around Club girls were: Imogtne Bough Marie Johnson, ..._
plans ht" has drawn up for the new four hundred of the larger industrial Ada Tillman Canal Point; Patsy Marian Jones, Zona Gale Kimball, -

subdivision and explained to them customers .will amount to Elliott, Pahokee Sr: Diane Te- Lorent" Morgan Mary tuUis, Jasper .
the layout of the lots and strE'ets I $226.000 or 13 percent ot these Strake, Belle Glade, Jr: Christine Reed Imo ene Tilli, Basil Three Run.OffsIn

Questions raised by the veterans I bills. Here in the Everglades it Gafney Belle Glade, Sr.: Betty Todd, Betty Unwin, Lynn Walker

relative to the building of the will naturally apply to the large Jane Hall South Bay, Jr.. Girls to Betty Jean \\.etht'rington, Venera
homes were answered by Don Hill- I packing houses and pre-cooling complete work first and receive Weeks Betty Jean Woodyard, Pahokee Election

ler load contractor O. n. Dlt'E'ch plants, and other food and agricul- awards were: Ruthlyn Kemp pa- Rudy Williams and Carrol Parker. I

and C. A. Bailey, real estate tural processing establishments hokee: Barbara Wedgworth, Belle One member of the class, Carrol I
In the PahokE'e election
I city
agents.Mr I The amount ot this reduction va- Glade: Gloria Stuart, Canal Point; Parker ig in the Navy and his diploma .
I Tuesday, marked by fairly heavy
Bailey, who hails from Belle ries, of course, with the size of the Hazel Pre\'att, South Bay will be presented to his '
voting, F. 11. Shaughnessy Wa
Glade. said that veterans of his industry and the extent of their Mrs. Oliver Hatfield Canal parents in his ab once on commencement .
: elected) councilman
group one; I.
community were following with in- !fuse of power. In the case of the Point local leader, was given an niJht. There Li a possibility !M. Lair, councilman, group three
tense interest the progress being water pumping rate it is estimated award for her interest in dub that a member of the :
and \V. P. Walker, city clerk the
made by Pahokt't-Canal Point "et- that SS6,700 or 20 percent will work, and has)('d her club to first Junior Class will have enough I flatter two candidates going in
rang In getting homes started and be laved in the bills of about 140 place in the County the past two credits at the end of the school !without opposit10n.
there Is a strong probability thatBelle I I pumping installations on their years.Mrs.. year to receive a diploma and increase -
On run-off
Tuesday May 14. a
Glade \'ett'ransill espouse a I y.r.tem. These two new rates replace lichaud announced that the number of graduates to .
election will be held for T. C. Richarchon
similiar home building projt'ct. nine old rate -thu3 simplifying the Canal Point club had been the 121. according to Principal D. D.
.... i and John A. Dulany the
rate applications for this outstanding club for the past 3 Caudill.
i .1 two high men in the mayor' race;
class of customers. and presented its presiaenr __ _
New I years .A
Equipment -- Albert Cant and A E. Morgan the
.. I All ot this ties in with the Flor.I I Linda Cowart, with the third year
two high men in the chief of police
Not To Be waned ida Power & Light Company's seal to be placed on their certifi- Rardin Announces
I race and for A I. Davis and Don
$24,000.000 construction of Standardization, and for
program lute Completion Of Road Hillier the two high men in the
An inrondad rule from which that will provide power for the anticipated this achievement gave the club a
II race for councilman group two
thereill be no exceptions I is that growth and development I special invitation to attend the A total of 827 votes were cut
recently acquired county equip.ment in the territory they en'e coastal section of the county 4.H Paul Hardin, county commissioner -

will not be loaned to individuals I -- ... -- I Achievement Day to be held in announces completion ot M follows.FOR M.t '0It
according to Paul West Palm Beach on Saturday the new state market cut.cff road
Rardin Lions Welcome 3 T. C. Richardson .. 3311
and said that hard surface hadbeen
county comma oner. New trucks I May 11.Glades_ I John 212
a dragline. a jeep, a bun dozer New Members ... put on it nt road was H. B. Dulany Baxter n. 123
(fnroutf) and much other new" recently finished by the county
I Frank P.lIzelle 99
equipment has been cured by Pahokee Lions at their Tuesdaylunchet"On road crew. Some work remains to I R S. Douthit Jr. 55
be done on the road in the ot -
R.udin dUring the 16 months he meeting received and Ii way
has been on the board. Already. welcomed three new members into Daylight Time building shoulders P.ardin said. FOR 1.\JtSIf.\J
ht' Mid he The new mile of road shortens the Albert Cant 331
yesterday bt't'n their dub The nt'mfm rsI
I distance from Pahokte to the tate Altman Morgan 322
propositioned by more than halt a Iwere I Lorenz Connell, Gene Bacon I All schools in the Everglades market mile B. W. Wood 173
by one
dozen individuals to borrow some ,and J. n. ScuUinger. A meeting of portion of Palm Beach county will

of the t'quipmtnt. "It wont be !committee chairmen.. ar.r.ouncf'd -'I open at 9 a. m. daylight saving --. ---- nXCII4: r.nnn' J

1oanN. It will be used to build ; for Wednesday night. time, effective at once, the county F. M. Shaughnessy 419I.
I Rev. IleHer Resigns Jr. 347nLticIL
I J. Frasure.
county road+ in the Everglades"Rardin .0\ couple ot negro minstrels I school hoard decided Wednesday
said fmph1tically. I furnished entertAinment on the I afternoon. Canal pt. Pastorate ( GROUT 2A.
: program. Visitors included tltc- The board approved plans for an I. Davis 345

lIrs Paul Sasser and Mrs. Jack I: tion board members llrs R J. initiAl st\'tn-room unit of a new Rtv. J Richard Heller pastor of I Don lIilllfr 333

Phillips have returned from a \iit Schroder l1rs. I.V.. Af1'ntronJ g junIor hIgh school for Riviera the Canal Point Baptist church Horace Un\\1n 143OOGL'NC7L

with relatives in Cairo Ga. They and C. A. Moberg: also Jimmy Beach and authorized ArctittCt for the past two years, W trnd- Gr OI'F' S

Woi! ttd 1fr. and Mrs. J. C. Shirley. Lynn F.1a.rb-f' ot Forte i Edgar Wortman to complete draw't eyed his resignation effective June Marshall LaIr --__ .709

Phillips in WauchuLt enrouthome. Lauderdale and Hub Spoo.1fr oClewIstcn. I tugs for the unit preparatory to 15. IIe will return to school for CRY CLFJtKW.

calling for bids, further training in the m1ni8try. P. Walter ___ 1Co



Two The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday, May 10, 19tG. ,


- THE EVERGLADES NEWS Funeral Services I r"7 7' !!IT1il\1rTI't! ITI I'W1\1!1\I'il r.1M1r1ml" 1ftf'\R: ?'m'6ft'l'Ift..

Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region For l\lrs. Harrington IT'S A HARD JOB TO FILL ALL

Established 192-1 Published Every Friday Funeral services were held in OF OUR ORDERS!

Subscription Price $2.00 Year IA Advance Morven, Ga., on Saturday, April

21 for Mrs. lola Rogers Harrington But, you can rest assured that we will do every-

The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office who died at the hospital in thing in our power to give you the best service

In Canal Point, Florida IS Second Rasa latter. Quitman on April 25. Internment possible _

was at Campground cemetery in

Paul Rardin Editor and Publisher Morven. A.L BELCHER

Surviving are the following child-

An Old Favorite ren: J. B. Atlanta: A. R., Canal BOX 876 PAHOKEEt

The lowly ginger snap is one of the oldest cookies in the Point: Gaulden, Mon'en: Mrs. Roy

grocer's stock. It was popular sevent '-five years ago. It is Lawson, Mrs. B. J. Rizer, of Mor

said to be about the same size as the pre5ent-day product yen: Mrs. D. C. McRae and Mrs.
A H Scroggs of Canal Point.
and to taste about the same. _ -- - -
Many brothers and sisters seunive
A host of more modern and more glamorous cookies have her throughout Georgia and Flori-

come in to the market in the last fifty years, but the ginger da. There are 18 grand children

snap remains the patriarch of them all.-Titusville Star-Ad- and 4 great grandchildren.

vocate. The deceased was a native of I QUALITY CLEANERS
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Brooks county Georgia and stood ,

Farm Dwelling Todd' Godwin high in church and community (Billie Kolstad, Owner)
life, being a member of the Mor-

Information Ready Mw Sebie Godwin of Frostproof yen Baptist church. Many friends DRY CLEANING & ALTERING I
of the family join in expressingsympathy
and Clifton L. (Tiny) Todd of to the sun'ivors.
Anyone wishing to construct a
of i Canal Point were married in the I
farm dwelling or NOTICE CASH AND CARRY
construction, physically located on home of Mrs. Sally Shipley in Pa- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that in
accordance with the provisions ot
and used for the operation of a hokee on Friday May 3, at 3 Chapter 18042. Laws ot Florida. Acts

farm producing primarily for the o'clock before an alter of Gladioli I ot EAST 1937.BF.ACH the Board DRAINAGE of Supervlvors DISTRICT ot We specialize in slip covers, uphol-

market, may secure the necessary and Fern with Rev. J. Richard a drainage district organized and existing -
forms for obtaining a permit and Heller reading the vows at the i under the laws ot Florida. and stery and drapes. Alterations another j
embracing lands Within Palm Beach
priority assistance under the CivilIan double ring ceremony Miss La- County has caused to be prepared a I specialty of ours.
Production Administration, verne Baker and C. R. Wether- bUdget showing the requirements ot
the District for Maintenance
Veterans Housing Program VHP-l ington, Jr. were the attendants. tion and administration during opera-the i

from 1. V. McClelland at the Assistant The bride wore a beige street rear beginning on the first day of :
NO\'t'mbtar. 1946. and ending on the
County Agent's office in length dress with green accessories thirty.first dar of October 1947. Said I
the Sanders Building in Belle and a corsage of Carnatlon9. Mw budget among other things sho'i'S the I
amount of Maintenance Tal per acre i
Glade, Fla Baker wore a brown dress with necessary to be levied upon the land (Located in Pahokee in Old Bivans
Any building not located on Green accessories and a corsage of within Bid DIStrict for the rear 19'6.
The saId budget Is now on rue and !
farm, such as packing houses Gladioli. Following the ceremony may be examined at the office of the Lumber Yard Office) i
food processing plants and homes bridal cake and punch were served Secretary of the District at Canal
Point Florida. The r.ard of Supervisors -
for veterans, will continue to be to 30 guest3. of East Beach Drainage District I
handled through the Civilian Production Before her marriage the bride will meet at 10 00 o'clock A. M.. Eastern -
Standard Time. on the Hurty-
Administration office in was employed at Boca Raton. Mr. tint day C't Mav. 1946 at the oW"e of

Miami, Fla. Todd was recently discharged the Secretary of the District In Canal
Point Florida, for the of hearIng -
purpose .
- 39 M. .LW.rn1l.L."J! MM1M.
from the Army serving objections and complaints with !
months. He is now employed as respect to the said budget. and for
New Laundry Open the purpose of transacting such other
Salesman for Dixie
an Insurance business as may properly come before
At R. R. Crossing Life Insurance Co. The young said meeting
DATED tH 29th day of 1936.BY .
couple will make their Home in ORDER OF THE BOARD OF Prince Theatre

Mrs. Verna Smith announces the Pahokee. SUPERVI\'ORS OF EST BEACHDRAINAGE
opening of a new laundry at the Bv: I.. L Stuckl'y.
railroad crossing near the light FINAL ItTA MEET Its Prt'sident.
Publish May 10. 17. 1936.NOTICE. Pahokee Florida
plant in Pahokee. It will be known ,

as Gabby's New Laundry and was The Pahokee Parent-Teacher
named after Mrs. Smith's two I Association will conduct its final TAXES FOR YEAR 19'6
ot the current school year NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that In o
month old son, Gabby. She is a. I meeting
accordance with the provisions of
daughter of U. E. Meeks and will I in the high school auditorium on Chapter 180.12. Laws of Florida. Acts

operate her laundry in the building I Monday, May 13, at 8:30 p m of 1937. the Board of Supervisors of
formerly used by Mr. Meeks for I daylight saving time. Newly elect- Drainage DIStrict organized and existing SUNDAY AND IOND.\

a fish market. She promises six led PTA officers will be installed under the Ian of Florida. and May 12th and 13th
embracing lands within Palm Beach
day service on laundr)". The new I at this meeting. It will be proced- County has caused to be prepared a
board meeting budget showing the Debt Service requirements -
will cash and by an
concern operate on a
led at 7:45 m. ot the District and of the HUilt Sltombeig "......
carry basis. I the high school p. East Unit thereof and the requirements
of the East Unit of the District for JANE ROSSELL Mi LOUIS HAYWARD
-- maintenance operation and administration -
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. during the year beginning on ,
-- the first day ot November, 19-16, and
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I t ending on the thirty first day of October ri
1947 Said budget. among other
things shows the amount of General- 1
Debt Service Tax the amount of the ,:shoes Mf w.uwrssunrrs
RELIEF j East Unit Debt Service Tax and the
, I IFROll amount of East Unit Maintenance Tax
per acre necessary to he levied upon
the lands within said District for the
I : fur 1946 TUESDAY AND "'ED ESDA Y
The saId budget u now on me and
I may be examined at the office of the May 14th and 15th
Secretary ot the District at Canal
FLIES ANTS Pont norlda. The Board of Super-
I : visors ot Pahokte Drainage District will n's IACK-IIG AND IOLDI
meet at 2:00: o'clock P M.. Eastern
Standard Time. on the thirty-first day FONDA
ot May 1946. at the office of the Secretary .
ROACHES FLEAS AND of the District In Canal PoInt.
I Florida, for the purpose of hearing TD
I: objections and complaints with respect 20:
i to the said budget. and for the purpose -
Of transacting such other business
OTHER INSECTS I : as may properly come before said
I DATED this 29th dn of ADrtl. 1948.

We have-just received a large eoosignment ill I j jj DRAINAGE SUPERVISORS msmtCT.Of' PAHOKE

By: R. Y. Patterson, AND FRIDAY

j qlart and gallon containers, of the new iaseetrepellants I! :I Publish May Its 10.Presldt'nt.11, 1946.NOTICE May 16th and 17th

I and murderers in . . . I :
accordance with the provisions of BARBARA TANWY KUMY
Chapter 20094. Laws of Florida. Acts
i j ot EAST 1941.SHORE the Board DRAINAGE of Supervisors DISTRICT of

a drainage district organized and exIsting .

The former i i3 a liquid spray containing 5 percent i : embracing under lands the laws Within of Palm Florida.Beach and REPUTATION."T

I County, has caused to be prepared a
OUT, and the latter contains 17retrins ud budget showing the Debt 5tn1ce re-
qulrtmtnts ot the District fond the requtrements << JIllTRtJLY A WARHER.tT\JA!
or nDT. Both of these insedirid ot the District for maintenance. -
small amount
a .
operation and admln15traUon If1(1 M .. .,._
during the rear beginning on the first "''''' ,. : "r [" t'r., .:: t.1'" w..w.._ _d.n.rA......_ ..c.._
I are powerful in their action on based nre.I day of November 1946. and ending on \A.n.; : :...:,;;), ...L J I.t\t'V'. ...1II.; (.....') _.._..,. .
the thtrty-flnt day of October
I r rI tI Sald budget among other things shows
I the amount ot Dfbt Service Tax and

I I :' Come in and Jet a ran of this new remedy and the am amount necessary ot to Maintenance be levied upon Tu the per SATURDAY

lands within Mid District for the year May 18th
you will quickly be convinced of its high value for 1946.
I : The said budget t.s now OD file and
may be examined<2 at the office of the Double Feature
the purposes used.i Secretary of the District at Canal Point
f1ortda. The board of 5uptntsorl of
i East Shore Drainage District Will meet
at 2:30 o'clock P 11.. Fasttm Standard "Ni\,rAJO THAlL"
'nmt' on the thtrtyf1nt day of May,
RE 1946. at the office of the Secretary of Mack Brown
SEED CO.I H the District In Canal Polnt. Florida
for the purpose of hearing ob-
1I Jf'Cttons and complaints with respect -ALSO"RIVER -
I to the said budget and for the pur-
of such other bustnt'Yu
pae tnn'ItUnr
I I' Pahokee Belle Glade i iii -mar properly come before aid meet.DAT GANG"

this 29th day of ADrtI. 1944.BY i i Gloria Jean

ii I Phone 3201 Phone 106 i il SUPERVISORS ORDER or or THE lAST BOARD SHORE 0' I

l \ By: a. T. Pat !'\IOI1. i WfPage
E7iif :
Its PrN1det. -"lll11mI DI'I lEi Mf'
I Publish La1, 10. n. IM8.

Friday, May 10, 1946 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Page Three

prayer. Supt. T M. Jones of the I ed. It was the day for which r .
Baptist Church In Children's H 0 m e in Arcadia many had labored and prayed. God ri r I
brought a heart searching message had blessed the work and the peapie i ISLAND
Canal Point Burns on the pertinent theme, 'The Chal- were glad. ,
lege of Church Membership". Mr. After the I
mortgage burned
was I We wish to thank our many friends in the Glades for the I
5th Johns had been with the Church I Rev. Jordan preached the sermon : business which they have given us in the past and for their i
Mortgage May back in its very beginning in 1933 of the and !
morning the people re- understanding and helpful attitude toward us during the I i
and had read then to the newly sponded with a dedicatory re- ,': years while we were mainly engaged in the preparation and !i
Rev organized Church the "Covenant" sponse. T. M. Johns led in the I maintenance of Airfields for the Army and Navy,
Owen of West
Fiagler "
and the Articles of Faith. dosing p ray e r. remembering Once again we are able to resume peacetime operations and I
Park Baptist Church in Miami has After Mr. Johns spoke, Mrs. M. especially Dr. Nowlin who had offer you the same efficient and courteous service which it I
just led the Canal Point Baptist. F. George, President of the WMUof helped so much in the early beginnings has been our endeavor to render in the past. The service we I II
Church in a great revival meeting. the Church, presented corsages i of the Church but who was I offer is complete, from landscape designing to a finished
Eleven members were added to the to Mrs. C. B. Jones, the wife ot unable to be there for the occasion I planting job Our Nurseries are stocked with a wealth of I
Church, six by baptism and five by Rev C. B. Jones, now deceased, because of poor health.A I, t"lection.lovely trees, shrubs, vines, potted plants ete. awaiting your
letter. Rev. Owen was with the who led so much in the founding of great dinner was served by I j I
Church at Canal Point 12 days and a Church here and served as its the women of the Church and an I'I We invite you to stop in and visit us at any time and will I
truly showed an earnest zeal for first preacher; Mrs. S. B. Jordan afternoon of genuine Christian fellowship appreciate your continued business i iI' jl
wife of the former pastor, Rev. S. E. TINSLEY HALTER President.
unsaved people. He is a mighty and reminiscing was en- l. I
preacher and surely a consecrated B. Jordan, who was pastorbuilderof i joyed. Mr. Johns spoke again at I NURSERIES: 1100 Southern Boulevard (Route No. 25 at I
man of God.FoJlowing. the Church; Irs. J. Richard the evening service, and the ordinance -. City Limits), West Palm Beach, Florida jl
the Revival the HeHer, wife of the present pastor: of baptism was administered I
Church observed on Sunday morning Mrs. T. M. Johns of the Children's to several of those who had made I
May 5, the ceremonies of Home; and Irs. Loretta Lawrence, professions of faith during the re-:
mortgage burning. Blended with now of Homestead, who served as vival. -- -- .--- --0 __ __ _
the occasion was the Church's the Church's first pianist. ... I
first Homecoming and many former The congregation sang the hymn IEX'S BIBLE CUSS I IU4
friends and associates were able of dedication, "0 Jesus I have
to be back. Over half of the charter Promised" an offering was received The three oldest resident moth. I a DAVISCAFEd
ers of Pahokee will be the
members were present. The then the mortgage was burned special
in and guests of The Pahokee Men'q I
I program began on Sunday morning very symbolic signifigant
during the regular worship fashion a9 follows: Rev. Jordan Bible Class Sunday, Mother's L'ay.I I STEAKS CHICKEN CHOPS
The committee in charge, Iessrs.
hour with the congregation sing. and Rev. HeUer stood in the front
ing the "Doxology" and the Pastor, of the Church with the present Kincaid, Cowart and Wood, will We Specialize In Home Cooking i J
Rfv. J. Richard HeUer, leading in Board of Deacons (M. D. Geiger, accompany these honored mothers
Benj. Walker, J. S. Chastain, J. G.I to their reserved places. After the Old Fashioned arQ
. Weeks, and Alton Jones, Chm.); I presentation, the class will recognize a
\Rev. Jordan struck the first match them accordinglY. The Class [] 14 East fain Street Pahokee, Fla Q
to light his own candle, thus por-I Quartet Iessrs. Wood, SpoonEr, I iJI
t raying the building of the Church Butler, Cowart, with Grimes as
CASH as being begun by him; with his 0'alternate will present a program H
candle he then lighted the candle I I commensurate with the occasion. I
of the Deacon next to him, and The teacher Rev. C. A. fobrg,
NOW thus went the flame until it came .I will speak on the theme of the da)'. ;/IIl/1/1I01/l/1/l/la1/1/1/1/
to Mr. Jones, Chm.. who stepped A most cordial invitation is ex-
forward to meet Rev. HeUer who :tended to aU unaffiliated men of EARL GARDNER
held the mortgage. Mr. Jones the! community, visitors and service
'Ve Pay More For touched his candle to the mortgage !men in and out of uniform. The REPRESENTING
and, in a spirit of prayer, the con.gregation I class meets in its new building on
Your Car watched the mortgage I Bacorn Point Road, 9:45: Daylight NEW YORK LIFE
Saving Time.
bum until it was entirely consum

Late Models-Any Make R INSURANCE

307 Citizens Building West Palm Beach

for Ecu1omka1 TraD8portadoDm Twelfth Baptist Article of Faith

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"Harmony of Law and Gospel" I I II

PHONE HomogenizedVitamin

2371 Day 2291 Night

\Ve believe that the Law of God is the eternal
24 Hour Wrecker Se.rriceOtik4al
and unchangeable rule of His moral government; D MilkAVAILABLE
that it is Holy, just and good ; and that the inability -
which the Scriptures ascribe to fallen men to I

CHRISTIANCHEVROLET fulfill its precepts arises entirely from their love ; AT YOUR I

of sin; to deliver them from which, and to restore I GROCERY STORE

Pahokee, Florida them through a Mediator to unfeigned obedience I i -00LFA-- !

to the Holy Law, is one great end of the gospel, ,I : !
Ra1OODd (tristian, Nwro !
and of the means of grace connected with the I:

establishment of the visible church..' i I II II II II

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BmJJ"SEEMS First Baptist Church, Pahokee, 11& i iI I II Phone 20 Belle Glade, Fla I
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LOT OF THE WCIORS __ __ _____ _ __ _ .'. _ __ 'On ,_ ____ __ '___




Everglades motorists who wish to have their tires recapped or repaired in a new and modern tire shop and
delivered back to you in three days, make arrangements with anyone of the service stations listed below:


Pahokee Pure Oil Station Pahokee Standard Service Station


Fleming's Canal Point Station Browning's Pure Oil Station
And it's the lot of uninsured -
victims of fire or accident -

to be long for future

protection against such oecurances. .

Avoid that predic3ment .

. gee us today. BILL LEAK TIRE 00.


O. R. BLEECH N. DIXIE AND 5th STREET PHONE 6620 REST PALM BEACH, FLORIDArrrry"yY"Y""r'rrrrrrr'r'rrrrr'rrr

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Page Four The Everglades News, Canal Point, Fiorida Friday, May 10, 1916
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CARD OF TIL\XKS I I'Stretch Of Bacorn i iI I
We wish to thank our many .
I I Point Resurfaced
friends for their kind expressions
of sympathy in our recent bereave-
ment. Our hearts are filled with :I A stretch of Bacorn Point road a
gratitude for all of your kind i i in the neighborhood of the Meredith Q
thoughts and lovely floral offer- 'I residence has been resurfacd,
Ings. I according to Paul Rardin county
HE TIPPINS FAMILYTHANKS I Iu I commissioner. Several cars of rock ALBERT CANT 0Q
were worked into the base of the
I I road recently by the county road 0
crew and last week the topping 0
I arrived and was put on. A short Who has served you for the past two
1 piece of Barfield Road where it
I wish to thank the voters joins the Canal Point.Pahokee road years as your iJ
for their support on last I was also resurfaced, Rardin said,
Tuesday. I also wish to by the county road crew.
commend the other candi- I ..- 0 Chief of Police I
dates for the fine war they I IOTIIER'S DAY MUSICALE
conducted their campaigns I The 21 piece Pahokee Baptist
and for their true sports- Gospel orchestra will present aMother's
manship in every way.Sincerely. night at Day 8:30: New Time. The Wants everybody to know how much he appreciates the splendid

group is appreciative of the many 0 vote he received Tuesda)'. He also wants the voters to know that
favorable expressions relative to
FRANK ROZELLE its last program, hence the program 0 he will sincerely appreciate continued support in the run.off election -
as of above.
next Tuesday, May 14, 1946. a
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CARMENSALVATORE 0 Chief Gant hag worked co-operath'e1y with the council and mayor [j jin

enforcement of all laws in Pahokee-especiallr enforcement of 0I
I traffic laws.. There has been no partiality shown and will be none

( iri the future.
IiiJ l Who was re-nominated as a member of the county .

school board without opposition in Tuesdar's 0
Chief Gant will continue his efforts to protect the youngsters in

1 election I! the school zones where no fatal accidents hale happened during
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a aI
Q For the splendid co-operation he has received I Q
Q This Ad Paid For Friends)
( By aor
during the war emergenc Salvatore wants to
j a ooo ar o c a ro erAtwellPilcher
a thank all the folks for bearing with the board and

1 undergoing the many inconveniences brought f blue two-piece ensemble with white ,department. Mr. Atwell is the son

about by the war and .strikes. d I' accessories and wore an orchid cor- of Mr. and Irs. William H. Atwellof

Miss Frances Ella Pilcher, I age. Miss Betty Pilcher, sister Panama City. lie is an emplo'e
With everything returning gradually to normal, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. T.I I' of the bride, and Emmett Craton, of the U. S. Sugar Corporation at
Pitcher of Pahokee, and Henry i were attendants. Br'ant. The couple are making
iJ many items of repair will be taken care of and Tolbert Atwell, also of Pahokee, I Both the bride and bridegroom 'their home in Pahokee.
were married at the Canal Point received their education at Pana-
Q Ciades schools made bigger and better. j On Monday evening a miscellaneous -
Methodist parsonage on Saturday, ma City High School. For the .
I I,May 4, at 8 p. m., with Rev Oliver past few months she has been em- I shower was given for the
Salvatore offers to the citizens grateful
Hatfield, pastor, officiating. ployed at the Pahok State Fann- bride by friends with Mrs. Anna
I The bride was dressed in a teal er's Market in the celery packing I mount in charge of arrangements.a ,

vThank You -


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wwwwwwwMarshall i FRANK N



Successful Candidate for Council In
Though unopposed for election to a seat on
Group One In the Pahokee Election
the Pahokee council in group three i3

Deeply Appreciative THANKS EVERY PERSON

of the splendid complimentary vote received who made his election possible and assures the

in Tuesday's ballotting.
: citizens of Pahokee that he \\'ill'ol'k wholeheartedly -

for a bigger, better and more progressive

: Pahokee. Shaughnessy lend every effort to
One Pledge . . I: 0 the conduct of Pahokee's business that will make

I make only one pledge and that is to conduct j i a for a more business-like administration of the

the affairs of the City in a manner city's affairs. .

whieh will reflect credit upon the citizens

and taxpayers of Pahokee. Your earnest I Again he says: THANK YOU !

co-operation will be needed and appreeiated El
during the next two years.MARSHALL .



'F day,-May 10, 1946 The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Ptgb Five

Mr and Mr9. J. C. Tabb in Pa.
\ wish to express our appreciation -
A special Mother's Day program Radio Time To Baptist Episcopal Church hokee have purchased the Pahokee
will be present Sunday at the hotel from Mr. Hendricks. The for the lovely flowers,
eleven o'clock hour, First Baptist 1 A special pre-Convention Baptist Chaplain Arthur J. Lively, form- purchase price was not announced. cards and words of prayer and

Church of Pahokee. The oldest, !Hour broadcast from Miami, will erly of Bartow, who was recently The building includes the hotel up- kindness extended by our friends
youngest and the mother of the :be heard over the regular network placed in charge of the Episcopal stairs over the Western Auto during the illness of our son and
most children, members and non- I next Sunday morning, 12. Church of the Holy Nativity in Pa- Store and the Gulf Life Insurance.I grandson, Harry Brooks Elarbee.
members of the churchill be rec- May hokee and the Episcopal Church in Company office Mrs. Tabb will i Signed:,
ognized and honored accordingly. i Dr. J. M. Dawson of Waco, Texas, Clewiston conducted his first services operate the hotel.APPRECIATION. I Dr and Mrs,Harry M. Elarbee
All gold star mothers are especially will speak on the subject, "The at the two churches last .. I Dr and Mrs. George W. Elarbee
invited to share in the program : Baptist Contribution to the Next Sunday i ... .
arranged for them. The mothers I Century." Dr. C. Roy of Chaplain Lively I
I Angell succeeds Rev. The Pahokee Lions club wishes Bill Brown was In Pahokee this
of the servicemen are asked to be Miami will also! be heard in words Sidney D. Mason who assisted in to thank all I
persons around the week from Bay Pines where he hu
present that this Mother's Day i I of welcome to Miami, where the the building of the hand.sone new Lake who helped to make the been taking treatment for nearly
shall be for them a day of special :i Convention opens on May 15. Episcopal church in Pahokee and turkey benefit
a success. A sum I six months. lie expects to return
interest. A musical In I This broadcast is made another in Cle\\iston
program I possible while he was of $185 was realized by the Lions to Pahokee in another thirty days
keeping with the occasion will be by the courtesy of the Methodist I head of the Episcopal Parishes in from this endeavor.
I I as good as new. He is a veteran
presented. The Philathea Class, Hour which will stand aside tnI the Glades Rev.
!I area. and Mrs. The Committee in Charge. I of the first World War.Let's .
Miss E. Caraway, teacher, will be I order that people everywhere may Mason and children moved last .
represented at the door by a flower! catch something of the spirit of weekend to Dallas, Texas wherehe
committee, designed to accomodate j this convention In which 5,000 will take over the leadership of
all. The church auditorium will messengers representing 5,865,000Southern a church in that city.
be decorated by the Lottie Moon Baptists win join In Chaplain and Mrs. Lively and
Circle of the W. M. U., Mrs. S.I launching aNew Century With two children are moving into the

Mullis, Chairman. Christ. parish house in Pahokee. This Finish The Job

- ---- coming Sunday services will be
held at the Pahokee Church at 11I 0
I a. m. and the Clewiston Church
! In the run-off election
at 8 a. m. The following Sunday Tuesday
,I May 19, services will start at 8 D .
I a. m. at Pahokee and 11 a. m. at D -and-
Thanks! Cle\\iston and this schedule of alternating -
I Albert the hours of services between -

the two churches every other -
Make It Decisive
i Sunday will be maintained Until

I Police Chief Gant is happy over the excellent further notice.Lending .
.. .
! vote he got Tuesday. He wants you to help him
j Library D 0

, I finish the job in A No. 1 order next Tuesday, By Boy Scouts D To Pahokee Voters: a

; i May 14. The job is half done-next Tuesday let's D
! I Scoutmaster Jack Phillips in Pa. Q From the returns in Tuesda"s election it is

, ; complete it and "OU'U have an efficient chief for hokee announces that the scouts p evident that you are ready for a change in the p
i are opening a lending library in
j i another two years. the Scout hut with George Belk, I political set-up of city go\'ernment. I am deeply

I I I : I II Jr., as librarian. Anyone wishing D appreciative of the wonderful vote I received from
I \ to donate books to this worthy
,j cause are asked to take them to I D you and ask that you keep up the good work a

young Mr. Belk at the A&P store through Tuesday when we can make the outcome
in Pahokee.
1 HERE'S THE OFFICIAL -. D final and decisive with an overwhelming rote for Qa

C.tlU) OF TII.\XKS J me for \laYQr. I'll be grateful for your efforts.
j RECORD We wish through this medium
to express our gratitude to our D
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t friends and neighbors for every expression -
''I .: As Chief of Police I have turned back money to of love and for the kind D d
I I words and deeds and the beautiful
! the City above all operation md paid off
: expenses flowers sent in the brief illness and DD T. C. RICHARDSON
i : Police Department as follows: death of our mother Mrs. Iola
I! ; Rogers Harrington.

(Signed) Members of '.
j FINES md FORFEITS ..._...____$4:>,792.24 Mrs. D. C. McRae the famil} I iJ Also thanks to all my opponents for a
I I j clean and gentlemanly campaign.
: EXPENSES- Mrs. J. S. Harrington
! Police Salaries Mrs. A. R. Harrington
Mrs. A. H. Scruggs
! I mayor Salary
I i Prison Expenses
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F 1 i Don Hillier : !

w. P. Walker I !

Earnestly Solicits Your Vote In : i!

: His Race For A Seat On the ; I Ii

A servant of the citizens of Pahokee

for many years in the office of i

: ; Pahokee City Council

City Clerk aI I I

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: To Pahokee Voters
1\'ishes to extend his thanks to the good : i I

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citizens for re-election without opposition a I!, Since Tuesday's election in which I received a handsome vote, I '.

for another two year tenn. ; have. decided that people in Pahokee are actually interested in !

a : I I
,. electing me to the council. I am hereby asking you to give my candidacy i
serious congideration. If elected, I assure you that I will : I
One Promise work in the interest of a progressive and more alert town. I will i igive I
My :
the business affairs of our town the rightful consideration I :
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I will be on the job during the next two they desen'e. As your councilman I will at all times work for a I iQ

years and at all times will see that the tax- better and more aggressive town-and make every effort to see !
a 1 ,
payers money is handled wisely and con- 0 that Pahokee regains its rightful place as a leading and outstanding .

servatively. For your very kind consideration .. municipalitr. I want your vote next Tuesda) \\'ill you help me : :

mar I say: help make Pahokee a better town I ;


'I Than" YOU ,.j j,II

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Page Six The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday, May -10. 146

Cinematic Chatter Pahokee Is In New

By Malcolm Millar I I II

8-TeainBall League

Jane Russell who bas been

Mr. and Mrs. George L. Connell proclaimed as one of the world's Pahokee is going to have an in- I L I'I

of Pahokee announce the birth of most beautiful brunettes and I dependent base ball team this sea-
a daughter, Janet Lynn at the Louis Hayward whom we have son and the first game will be
Everglades Memorial Hospital on known for his romantic and color- played Sunday, probably in Clew- I
ful roles in the past into the
Saturday May 4. mon iston according to the manager
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kautz of Prince for the Sunda-Yonday run Melvin Pugh. Pahokee is in the
in Widow," which is
an South FloridaGladesCoast
Canal Point announce the birth ofa
son at the Everglades Memorial exciting colorful and poignant ro- League.In 14 (' i

Hospital on Tuesday May 7. mantic drama. the new league with Pahokee 1
An exciting picture comes to are the following seven teafns: '*
the Prince for the Tuesday-Wed- Lake Worth, Boynton, Stuart Key
Mrs Nancy E. Holt nesday run. This one is "The Re- West, Pompano, Cle\\iston and

Buried At pt. Mayaca turn 'Jf Frank James," which is a Belle Glade. There will be a game $" ;
reissue of of the best ,
one pictures a week on a home and home basis. :
brought to the screen in some Whenever a team fl.s from West
Funeral services for Mrs. Nancy I
time. I &om sure many of you re- Palm Beach to Key West for a
E. Holt 69, of Canal Point were
member this fine piece of work on game fling epenses11 be paid
held at the Canal Point Baptist the of Mr. Fonda and will
part by the Key West team Mr. Pugh
Church afternoon of
on Thursday turn out to see him again.
this week with Rev. J. R. Heller said.New C
Lovely Barbara Stan\\'ck comes uniforms arrived during the
pastor officiating.Mrs. in Thursday-Friday George week along with half a dozen bats RoSttcl1't \\
Holt died at the local hospital acca
Brent as her leading man and and a supply of balJs. There area Crab-
Tuesday evening from injuries one of the most imposing casts number of other needed items Southeastern egg s isalts cuP I.
received in a car accident b ", '..ISP'
featured I eats lyl .
of have
players glanced which will be bought as the team : 1 \5p.
the fee Belle Glade Use cram s.
near plant on cbOPp.dpltsl.1.
over in some time doing "My treasury increa.ses. : b reead tsP.
Road last Saturday night. The Reputation." Mato jui"; 1 cuP "d peeper jgredientsblack
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driver of the car a light delivery peppe", ce\etY. each
Saturday features a doubleheader cd WraP
truck and two other occupants with "Navajo Trail"ith an Mrs. Marvin Unv.in will be 'It CUP cbOP fmget.s\ape 1..gtM. nth I.olb'
with minor cuts and hostess to members of the Business into fasten
escaped I roll IUd unlll
all star cas tof Western cow pokes well and bacon Cook
bruises. Womans Circle First Baptist pan
and cow girls unreeling the story. with step of bra tick I' broiling sO that all
Survivors include two daughters WMU at a meeting Tuesday night 011 c0l1sl".111.
First Place
Mrs. Ruth Stewart, Haines City up.Second ," May 14, at 8 p. m. Mrs. O. O. piCk. dOll' . twining save aithBEbzb
picture is "P.iver Gang b"ol1l' and crisp : o
Gilbert will preside at the business even
and Mrs. Flossie Graham, b'o"' ice-cold
with Gloria Jean as the principal vill and
kee; and three sons. 1. C. Holt feminine star in an exciting water- and Mrs. W. M. DuBose will pre- odes salad. hot tolls,
Canal Point and A. B. and Leon sent the program. green
front drama. four hiaz tbisi tastY
Holt, Pahokee. serves W>
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See you at the movies-Mal. lor
mailed ,
Burial was at the Port Mayaca ... JAX has florid' "gl0I1,1 ,eclpe.Ugg'slion.
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Schoeppel and Jackson
Cemetery. Berry's Funeral Home Send 11' JOu' b'
c..um OF THANKSWe children were visitors in Palm
was in charge of arrangements. recipe' pb1l'bed. tdllo'.
wish to thank every one who Beach on Sunday r..clpe
. t"
Ad \\!",
helped in any way to make our iot its 11'" J"kSOI1Yl1orida.
paid co"pIU1.
BIBLE STUDY chicken dinner a success last Sat- - -- JAg :Brewing

Mrs. Margaret Thompson pre urday night. _ ..
rented a BIble study program at a Mrs. Lillie Chance: Chmn.
! meeting of the Lottie Moon Circle ... I For Graduation

First Baptist WMU, in the church Mr. and Mrs. Max Beverly left

:Monday afternoon. It was announced Sunday for Ochlochnee Ga.. where /' sr
that the group will con- they have purchased a home. Mr. \

duct a royal service program at Beverly and Rodolph Faulk will go ,
the church on Monday May 13. to Mississippi next week for the / 111
at 3:30: p. m. vegetable deal there.

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If I Have Not Seen You Personally, Please 'r4L1f

Let This Be A Personal Message To You From I

Me. vy Jty

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Altman : ...Crab.BaCOn
Morgan This is a perfect and delicious, and brilliant,

Rolls, crispy Orin01\
j I AXE, the legionalla
/Jf both
YOUR. ,LoL golden they'le legional
I- 1 Yes distinctive
tailored each
I I II oli\es, \ \ogethel,
11 jewels \0 go the
seem 01

I Chief of Police : i ii j tastes enhancing, they the lull l, lich flavor

other.True \0 its name brings the Olin01 you\ delightful friendship -

always 01 tine

i i :As your Chief I will devote my entire leheshmenbling'AX out the ollich flavor, mellow

I time to that office and will not : k .. a beverage went blew {101 hichbOf

9JI 5i. .) : .. I plemiul'll price

engage in any other business pvIection havf e \0 pay I premium

yOU never
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fly.MX i
I Vote and Support II rNfl' l1r
kttlrklr l
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Friday, May 10, 1946 The Evergl&des News Canal Point Florida Page SeTtn

.Jack Plans in Pa.hokee since he won't be able I
Phillips Here's How Palm j
to attend the important duties ot I
For New Work this office like he has in the past. Beach County Voted I I

He and his family will continue to .j! I I

Jack live in their home on Bacom Point FOR u. S. SENATOR
Phillips, World War n
POLLY ROSE BALFE ________ 499
veteran who recently took up his road. HENRY M. BURCH ______________ 206 Thanks :
old duties at the Pahokee post ... LEX GREEN ________h________ 1864
office, is planning to leave Uncle Irs. N. A. Springer was called FOR JUSTICE SUPREME- COrRT ,
Sam's employ and take a road job to Pensacola last week because ot (Group Two) i I I II
PAUL D. BARNS ___________ I
selling oil for a Texas firm. He the serious illness of her sister, L. LEE ___-_____--__-_-____________ 4281J. 1351 I: I .; I
resigned Thursday as Scoutmaster Mrs. Ada 1173 ,! I I
JAMES H. TAYLOR- __-____--___ A" I
FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER : Thanks to those who voted for me TuesdaI; I
(Group One) "
I I JOSEPH B. ABRAM __ _________ 2-19 I I
) P. D. AKIN _____h____u__________ 233
., FRED W. BROWN ______h___ 594 enabling me to be in the run.off election next : ;
WILBUR C. KINO ____ ______ 1812 1 I II
GEORGE A. LANE _____?________ 287 I I I
> H. E. MOORE ____________________ 349 I Tuesda)". I humbly and respectfully solicit your ; i iI
: A. WILLIAM MORRISON ________ 390 I .
A. A. (Barney) POSTON ________ 317S I II
(Group Two) continued support.
H.W.WoodVISHES JERRY W. CARTER __________ 4089 !
CARL M. TAYLOR ______________ 1935 I I i iI
JOE WILLIAMS _------___________ 1170
Group One) I
\ JOHN E. BOLLIrmER ________ 3799
RUSSELL O. MORROW ________ 5201 i To those fine Pahokee citizens who. voted for
To Thank each and everyone who voted FENWICK P. COLE ___________ ,I12
E. B. FOR DONNRLL noun___0_,_._PBINSTRUCTIONLake ____LlC____ 439U ! other candidates, I also solicit your vote and support .

for him in the Pahokee Election Wort" nntoD, I Ii I
i District 3 Deln.y. ; If we all pull together I am confident we
J C FNmU\f _____________._ 1142 i I t
on Tuesday !LIZABr.'T"t T RTFptr N'I\: R4ND __ 1583 :
FOR nO\Rn OF PUBLIC ; can win, I
N'w W. P"I", Reach DlstrldT.PH :
P\ N JrTi'1'TLER _____ __ 2M2
H. P. KNtn"T _______.____On_.___u_ 410' I '
JACK A. TTTnq _.______________ 788 ;
Ii.\nIJY>>M Ij MrM1. JI WJ P Boynton. Dehay: Lake Harbor, Boca John
RatA''_ Rp"'s Farm Dulany
District No. 4
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R. C LAWSON -_______m__ 661
Candidate for Mayor

Five On School i

Board January 1st : City of Pahokee

The first of the year will bring I II
five members to the Palm Beach j
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county school board. Heretofore .I I !
the board has had three members.

Plenty of Service Recent population changes brought I'
about the change to a five-man L4

I board. I
Carmen Salvatore of Pahokee
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I and George Slaton of West Palm
Beach will be the only old mem- I
bers. Ralph Kettler, also of West I

MERCHANDISE Palm Beach, will be a new member I Gabby's NewLAUNDRY
as will Mr8. Lauren Hand of De- I!
ray Beach who defeated Jack En-
gram in that district in Tue9-
--0-- I day's election. George A. Taylor

from the new Glades district made ;
up of Belle Glade, South Bay and
1 Lake Harbor, will be the other new
Western Auto Associate Store member. a

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TELEPHONES. for FARMERS j 6.Day Service

d Big aExpansion Jf Our a a

Be sure that
you are on
; Cash & Carry
the alert the nights of

Activities May 14. 15 when Frank

James will retum. ;

We're busily engaged in rural telephone
Located at the R. R. Crossing

service extension, which is a major objective

of our current expansion activities. near the Light Plant

Farm telephone service does more than OFFICE HOURS: in PahokeeREASONABLE

provide the convenience of the telephone to From June 1 through Sept.

30, Mornings Only
people in rural areas It places more and more
Office Closed AU Wednesday -

farm residents il' contact with people and and Sunday

businesses in town, and in turn puts these Real Emergencies Excepted

people in contact with the farm families . Dr Chas. E. CREEL RATES

makes telephone service more valuable and Pahokee, Florida

beneficial to all

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Southern Bell Telepbo e aod Tefetrapb Com anj = PALM Ei\CII

c 1.(1',01. -= COUNTRY CLUB Y9u are going to like this new laun-

dry service and especially will
.... :- WIZKr.ns.UKD you
: -- -== \'.S, $1.50

-t SE.-\SOS.\L ME.\mr.RsnIPS: like the idea of being able to get your

bdh1duaJ Fam111 ... $$sa T plrn plua tal tax laundry in six days. Give us a tria1.

Sandwich and

Bar Service


Page Eight The Everglades News, Canal Florida Friday, May 10, 19411:
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vised by County Judge R. P. Rob-I daughter, Gloria Miriam, of Palm I --- --
bins that all marriage licenses Beach are visiting Mrs. Smith's
-- be issued from the West Palm I parents, Mr. and Mrs. John A. I BERRY FUNERAL HOME I
Beach office in the future. Dulany in Pahokee this week.
'IRn. W. B. Flowers is ill at the Ever- Capt. Smith was recently transferred i i i
glades Memorial Hospital this from Camp Blanding to the U.
Jack P. Dalton is now pastor week. S. Army Recruiting Station in the : : Ambulance Service I II
Church in Rupert Mock reports that the Comeau building, West P a I m I i iI
at the First Baptist
Lions club has raised $10,500 of Beach and he and his family are I E EI EQ
1'1oraJa, Ala., after serving three 1 Pahokee Ph 2301 Belle Glade Ph 247 ; I
the needed $15,000 to build a new living in Palm Beach.
in the Army Air Corps. He
years swimming pool on the recreational Mrs. J T: Fuqua and Mrs. C. B. i I I
Pahokee and I
is a former pastor
I plot in Pahokee. Starling returned home Sunday
has a host of friends there. He
plans to visit Pahokee the latter, Irs. Joe Tom Boynton of Chick- after a two weeks' visit with rel-
Okla., atives in Junction City Ga. They
part of May. He states in a letter asha is spending some
to his paper that he is enjoying time with her mother, Irs. Ruth were accompanied home by Mrs.B. .
M. Starling, who is their guest.
his work with the Alabama church. Wedg\lorth at Belle Glade.
Harold Rosenberg ha been ad- Irs. Sydney K. Smith, Jr., and Miss Sara Sanders of Palm
Beach visited her parents, Mr. and

,I----- -- -- ----------- ---- Tuesday.Mrs. R. W. Sanders, in Pahokee 0 At Your Service

I I, 11rs. Charles Barfield was able
I to return home Tuesday from the
I Everglades Memorial Hospital 0J J on the corner across from the bank in Pahokee
Bola DOllthit where she was ill the first of the
week. Her daughter, Mrs Fay with a full and complete line of
Strickland, of West Palm Beach
visitedlier at the hospital during
', 'I Wants the folks to know that he appre- her illness. o GIIII P.'Ottl'CtS aa
Jessie Ialoy, WAVE. sp. i Ir I l-c, a11'e
! : ciates every vote he got in his race for is visiting her parents, 1Ir. and

I Mayor in Tuesday's election. To each and Irs. L. I. Maloy, in Pahokee while haw stocked our station with the many ithms 0
on a two weeks' leave from Wash-
II I I everyone he says: ington, D. C.. where she is sta- !0 1 we believe you will be needing in days to come.
tioned. \
I II Com in the next time by and see
I Irs. C. A. Moberg is in Miami you pass
I :
this week visiting Mrs. C. F. Wal- 0 what we have to offer to the motoring public.
Ill (1 .n ksAppreciation ler who is recuperating from a
I.Y recent operation. ou'I1 find.BATI'ERIES. (!
Capt. and Mrs. Maurice Fletcher
a ap
have arrived in Pahokee for a visit
I : with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.
-.1' P. Fletcher. Capt. Fletcher recently -
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__ __ __ ___H___ ____ _. returned to the United States a GULF TIRES FAN BELTS d
from overseas duty in Germany
[I and is now on terminal leave from SEAT COVERS FLASHLIGHTS dJ

a the Army.Dr. .
Ronald R. Long and family J VERY LATE MODEL RADIOS
have moved from Fort Lauderdale
I to the former E. G. Kilpatrick
Q I house next to the Shaughnessy 0 and many other things 'ou'd expect to find in a

I residence on Bacorn Point Road 0a
good service station
where he will open a dentist's of-
0 I
fire until ht can find space in the
Q I downtown area.o .

Classified Ads 0a
To all citizens and voters in Pahokee who 0 I
Sasser & Armstrong
gave my candidacy for councilman con- FOR SALE: 50 acres muck ad0 0
I joining ridge and 5 lots
sideration: I want you to know that every If you want a good close in farm (PAUL) (ALVIN)

effort on my behalf is genuinely appre- in Canal Point, see Dan St.22-46-ch Carpenter, Across from the Bank Pahokee

WANT TO RENT house or apartment -
in Pahokee or Canal Point.H. .
Let's all shoulders to the wheel L. Swain at Henderson Texaco
pUt our
:I Station in Pahokee. 1I31pd.II .
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md make Pahokee . .
II FOR SALE: Oak buffet, chairs,
large wood heater, inquire next \ I II
to new filling station in Canal
A Progressive Town I Point ltpd I t:

0] FOR SALE: Power lawn mower
I in good condition. $50 cash. i

You can rest assured that I will do every- ] Phone 2351 or see Standard Oil I Wish To Take : i jThis
I Bulk Plant in Canal Point. ltpd
thing in mr power to make Pahokee a bet- ] I I I 'I II

ter place in which to !i"e.I. 0] FOR 100 SALE toot ridge: Two lot 6.room, in good houses state on Opportunity of f . . I it i

J of repair, each has three bed , I
rooms, both for price of one- ,, I
I $7500. Dan Carpenter, Pahokee, I

J. Jr. Q] Fla.FOR. Thanking The People i t

raFsure, ]] houses-dose SALE: 15 in and- 3 nearly bedroom new. ; : i

: r
Liberal terms. Price $6,000. C. A. ,! I !
] Bailey, Belle Glade, Fla. Phone of Pahokee for the Confidence they : :
] .0, Belle Glade. StAp6ch:!

NOTICE: I will not be responsible have shown in me as being qualified I: I II II.

J for debts I.I .
:fI any contract by any I
I one except myself from this date- to serve as their , , i

ANNOUNCING . . J April 26, 1946. Signed: Al Pickard
J H: (11's' f fI finiet
and Sale FOR SALE: One Stork line baby

Display OF THE FAMOUS j nedy.-buggy, See Yrs. Norman Ken-2tch-- I : 01 P 0 Ie Ice ; :

Fryer Rabbits. 405 Bacom : '
J Point Road, Phone 4501. I am deeply grateful for that splendid : ;

jJ nut SALE: Fine display of New vote and shall greatly appreciate t
and reconditioned trailers. Small

Whit goes to the job-whermr It is down payment balance like rent. your continued support in the second i
We have three lots and carry a

Irs .4. TRUCK-ITS A TRACTOR-IT'S A j stock Se\'fnty.fi\'e, we surely thousand can 501your doll a r s i primary to be held Tuesday, May 14.Altman j

RUNABOUT-IT'S A POWER UNIT! housing problem. Arthur Trailer I ISaIt's. i
4 j East main St. Pahokte. !
ALSO WILLYS CARS AND TRUCKS fAshley's Open from 10 a. m. to 9 p. m.

daily including Sund.1}'. UchoCSE Morgan i i'I

j I ..t

Garage ) 666 : : I

Avenue E Btlle Glade, Fla. Phoae IS t Cold Preparations '

liquid Tablets Save SO'e Drop f J ''I'II.
Cantioa rte only \1 DirtttNl i I.

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