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 17, 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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r wwww Co 1945 Palm, 112,094 Popuiation Census Beach THE EVERGLADES NEWS : The Distinguished Mind"The Prefers Truly..I

Volume 23-No. 9 Canal Paint, Palm Beach County, Florida, Friday, May 17, 1946 $2.00 Per Year


RECENT. I Richardson Named PICTURES r New Mayor, Council And Police Take

OPERATIONS Mayor Of Pahokee; Everglades Next week's-News issue&.. will of carry The : Over Pahokee Government Wednesday

. pictures of the ceremony incident - -- ----------
Morgan New Chief to swearing in of the new
By Paul Rardin I II Swimming Team Pahokee' new mayor, new chief
II Pahokee city officials Wednesday
I of police and three new councilmen .
night. Several pictures Of To St. Pete
T. c. (Dick) Richardson was were took over the reins of government .
taken and will be .
printed in --, -
saw a story in a county paper elected mayor of Pahokee, AltmanE. in a brief ceremony attend
last week about Georgia water- Morgan, chief of police, and thee columns next week Harry Fremd, John Ogle James by a large crowd at eight o'clock

- melons. JUt to keep the record Don Hillier, councilman, group 1 Latham and Donald Heller will Wednesday evening Immediately

straight those melons didn't come two, in the city run-off election PAST MASTERS NIGHT represent the Pahokee Blue Devils following canvassing of election

from Georgia at all. They had Tuesday. Voting was even heavier Past masters night was observed in the state swimming meet at returns by the retiring council,
than in the first members of I St. Petersburg tomorrow This is T. C. Richardson was In
to come from Lake county, Flori- primary election. by Everglades worn as
da. Georgia won't have any mel The S42 votes were cast as follows: Lodge 211, F&AM, at a meeting the first time Pahokee high school mayor by Notary Public Claude

(Jns until June 10. Henry BarickPahokee For Mayor: in the Masonic Temple Tuesday has had a swimming team. The Jones, Mr. Richardson in turn

broker, is my authority I T. C. Richardson .._. .".__.__'_' 535 night. Master won degrees hold boys have rounded into shape and Swore in the other new officials

on this .statement. Henry said his John A. Dulany ....._.....__._.._ 296 were conferred on Axel Jensen, of close to record time in many Robert Mackey, hold-over mem.I -
brother Albert bought a car of C. L. Hall and 3.1. J. Sapp. Sev- the events Payne Jackson is bet of the council was named
For Chief of Police ,
melons at Ltesburg the other day Altman Eo Morgan:.......__.... 447 eral out-uf-town visitors from is the showing other member of the team and I chairman of the group and Victor

for $1250. There were 700 melons Albert Gant _.... .._........ 386 Ok.eechobee and other Lake Okee- hoped that great promise.will It Is I Geiger, another hold-over member,
chobee communities more boys take an was named vice chairman. Assignment
in the car. He said the first two were among -
of the $1500 For Councilman, group two: the 50 members and guests active Interest in swimming when I ot councilmen to various
cars eAch. season brought Don Hillier ....... ._........ ... 435 at the meeting Dave Cunningham present the swimming pool is constructed. committees will be made next

A. I. (Bud) Davis .___. .. 401 -. .
sted the host, A. R. Harrington, I Tuesday night at another meeting
.. Add to the above of-.rs F.
Dr. B. Blicher, dentist who form. new n the serving.. of refreshments. of the council. AU employees
erly practiced in Pahokee before M. Shaughnessy and I. M. r..ar.. .. . --- All Customers Get were retained in their present
councilmen and W. P.
going to the army, is out of the Walker, ; status with exception of those in
.. clerk, who were voted into off e Installed
Moberg the dpartment.
service and again practicing his I Rate Reduction police
in the By
profession in the Comeau building primary election and you Chief Altman Morgan recommended -

in West Palm Beach. His room have the full slate of newly elected For Second Time to the council that James
city officials, all pledged to an Power I .
number is .20 and I am of the Company I E. Bachelor and Dave LoveJI be retained
honest, more efficient and -
opinion that Dr. Blicher will be progressive l on the police force and that

happy to see his Glades friends. city government. Who can As PTA President I IJ. C. Tabb be named as a new

deny Pahokee's need for such a Pahokee will share in- a $2.S00 I member. Patrolmen L. M. Kinney
government? But you'll never get 000 state-wide electric
Jerry and Louis Cold at the rate cut announced and Frank W. Cline were given an
Prince theatre are a couple of it if you persist in settling back Rev, Carl A. Moberg was installed by Florida Power & Light opportunity to resign. Following
on haunches until next elec- president of hte Pahokee Company this
chaps who didn't mind providing your Par- week. This sweeping discussion by the council 8.'t to
their competitors with electrical tion day Tolls around and close ent-Teacher Association for an- rate cut affects customers of all I their status, Chief Morgan said:

conveniences. By that I mean your eyes to the way the city is other year at the final PTA meet- classes and becomes effective June "If it's customary I'll ask them to
being run. ing of the current school year, held 1st. "
resign After they resigned they
they had their electrician rig up a I
You have chosen city lead- Monday night in the school Principal beneficiaries
loud speaker for the election officials your will be were allowed an extra week'a salary -
Tuesday night to entertain ers and whether it will be for bet- auditorium. Other new officers the small residential users and the by the council.

the crowd In Pahokee. It is poSe ter or for worse depends largely on inducted were Ned Kocher, first small stores and shops. These Retiring Chief Albert Cant pin.

sible that part of the crowd might you. It b true you have handed vice president: J. D. Rogers, second will get a cut of approximately ned the police chief badge on the

have gone to the picture show If them the reins of your govern- vice president: .frs. A. D. $2,000,000. The balance will be incoming chief as the camera

the speaker hadn't been available ment, however, to avoid steering Beverly, secretary, and Mrs. W. P. spread over industrial users and I flashed. Other pictures were made

to entertain them. The Cold boys Into dead ends and blind alleys, Jernigan, treasurer. The incoming large commercial establishments. !for The Everglades News and will

have long had the reputation of being they need your cooperation, your officers were prt.snted with corsages Over 200,000 customers In 321 I be printed in these columns next
encouragement, your criticism and and boutonnues. lIrs. F. Florida communities and adjacent week
good fellows. .
I' Above all, your active Interest in 11. Wilson of Canal Point acted as rural territory served by the com I. .. .
the affairs of the officer. will
community. installing parry be affected.
To our exchange desk this week
comes the first Issue of ''TheTrumpet" Public opinion Is a powerful The annual reports of standing Cities affected by the rate re- $11,000 Raised By

cute little matazine- factor In the progress of any committee chairmen made at the duction Include St. Augustine,

community When voiced through meeting revealed that the Pahokee Dayona Beach, Palatka Lake City,
size from West Palm
newspaper Lions To BuildSwimming
Beach with the name of Gordon I! proper channels it invariably gets PTA has completed a year of outstanding Live Oak, Madison, ManticeUo,
results. Civic organizations such work with the largest Perry, Sanford, Macclenny Mel-
Baxter on the mast head as pub-
as the Lions Club and the VPO membership and attendance at bourne, TitusviUe, Cocoa, Naples, Pool
1iher. Gordon is a former reportff ;
have shown their willingness to meetings in its history President Crescent City, West Palm Beach,
on the Post-Times and his first !
that act as spokesmen to the City Moberg, in accepting the presi- Stuart, Delray, Miami Beach. Hialeah -
Issue b
a snarky job. 1.see
wife's also Council in the voicing of public dency for the second year, thanked Coral Cables, Florida City, A total of $11,000 has been
lIs name appears on
opinion and In this capacity are officers and members for their Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood, Pa- raised to date for the construction
the mast head u buslnes manager -
capable of doing a great service cooperation during the past year hokee, Belle Glade, South Bay, of a swimming pool at the city
It should be a winning combination -
to the community. Don't mutter and urged them to assist him in Oket'chobee, Arcadia, Bradenton, rtcreaion park, according to report
with Gordon doing
to yourself that this should be striving for an even better record Sarasota, Palmetto, Punta Gorda made by Rupert Mock at the
and ad and the
writing Here's don -Epeak up and make yourself next year and Fort Iyers, and territory adjacent Tuesday luncheon meeting of the
Missus handling the dough.
heard and do what you can to as- Mrs. C. A. Shive, cafeteria sup r. to these municipalities. Pahokee Lions Club This is $4,000short
beAt wishes for a lot of luck.
my sist in getting it done visor, reported that free lunches "Despite increased fuel prices of the amount needed to

May the 'Trumpet' continue to The die has been cast for another valued' $283.86 were served to and higher wages granted to meet build the pool, however, work on

trump-for a long. .spell. -to-come. two 'ears-may its imprint underprivileged school children at increased living \'osts", McGregor the project will be started as lOOn

on the future of Pahokte be one the cafeteria during the )'ear. Mrs. Smith, Co. pr.eidtnt, said "a rate as materials are available and do-

Funeral Services for which we all can be proud! G. W. Byrd, Sr., was appointed reduction is possible because of the nations to the swimming pool

school cafeteria manager for the steady growth of Florida and the fund will continue to be received
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coming year. Elmer Jones, Mrs. resulting increase In our business, by the Lions committee until the

For W. A. Maxev Boy Scouts Plan Homer Barnes and Mrs Pat plus expected greater economies full amount is raised, he uld.

tI SchoeppeJ were named on a corn- from the operation of new and Duncan Padgett reported the
Feed Hear Pickett
; mittee to make arrangements for more efficient generating plants club cleared $160 on the turkey

Funeral services for William A. the purchase of a new electric now under construction.'This raffle held election day. Claude

Muty, 71, were held at the Pabokee John T. Pickett, Sr.. was guest refrigerator for the cafeteria. is the fifth major rate re- Jones, head of the local Veterans

First Baptist Church on Wed.ntssday speaker at the meeting of Boy The PTA voted to entertain duction made by Florida Power & Service office, announced that aU

May 15. at 2:30 p. m., Scout Troop 23 in the Pahokee members of the 1946 graduating Light Company since it was orgatl- Job In the new proposed ubdiviJ-
with Rev. Carl A. Moberg pastor has been the Based the new Barfield IIIgbway have
1925. on off
scout but on Thursday night of class at a party,. as bed in ion
officiating. last week. The speaker told of custom in the past. The attend- rates, the average rate to be paid I been purchased by veterans.
Mr Ma.uy died at the local hospital some of his experiences In build- ance awards for the month of May by residential customers will be I Frank RouJIe, Sr", Rupert Mock

on Sunday evening following ing airfields in Chin and also for the year were won by only half u much as the average I and M. t. Keen were named lOCAl
an illness of several months. He Th Mrs. Cleo Douthit's third grade rate in 1934;' I I delegates to attend the Lions State

was a carpenter by trade and hadbeen i ride and Troop made plans for a hay be I room at the elementary school All of the company's 177,000 residential I Connntion In Jacksonville May
hamburger to
a resident of Pahokee since I held on Friday, May 17.fry Appointed I and by the ninth grade, Mrs. Ralph users will benefit from the 16-18. A motion wu passed authorixing -

1928. Grimes and Clyde Alley, class new rates with the largest savings the president to name four
as a committee chairman in ,
Survivors include the wife, Mary charge of arrangements were Ie sponsors, at the high school. going to those who now pay more delegates, making a total of

B.; two daughters, Mrs. Ed Clay- land and entertainment . Parties for the children of these monthly bUts of around $5 or lov- seven If he 10 dufrea. Plans for

bourne of Tampa and Yrs. Falry- Shirley John ,T game Pickett Jr.. foods two classes will be sponsored by er. Nearly three-fourths of the sending one more delegate to the
; ;
lee Sewers of Ma)1ieJd Ky.: step- PTA.A company's residential customers Lions International Connntion In
Phillips, drinks and Ire
daughter, Mrs. Myrtle Williams of James Barnes hay The scouts PTA County Council meeting are In this group and S3ing.sill Philadelphia July 17-20 were abc

Lafayette, Tenn.; son, 11. B. Maxeyof will gather In front of the high in Lake Worth on May 21 was average 13 percent. discussed Lions wishing to make

Madisonville Ky.; and two stepsons school building this evening at 6 announced and plans for sending a Reduction in commercial and reservations to either or both of

Roy and Alton O'Neal of Pahoktf. local delegation to this meeting smart power rates will benefit M these conventions were asked to
p. m. (daylight time) to leave for
There are seven grand. the part and each has the privilege were discussed.On percent of the company's commercial contact Roy Sffltt, chairman of
children and four great grandchUdren. Bandmaster Of commiUtt.I .
of inviting a young lady friend the program and small power ustrs. the ccnvention
as a guest. Robert O. Lampl presented two these, 21,000 smaller commercial
Burial was at the Port Mayacacemetery. Tonette Bands. one composed of establishments, such u small

Bnry's Funeral Home . third grade children and the other stores, hops, garages and the like !I horsepower) and this t.a greater

was In charge of arrange mentA SPEAKS TODAYClarence of children of the fourth, fifth and get rtduction.s..averag1n more I Iv.il I!than the maximum demand on oot
.. .
sixth grades, In a concert of popular -! than 20 percent Two thousand entire system prior to 19.0. You

ADVANCE NOTICE Bowman a member of mus1 Featured on the con- others wilt get reductions average I I tan see we are planning for a lot

The Sunny South Quartet will the faeutiy tf Okeecho high cert were two tonette solos by Ing 13 percent I of growth. I don't know of any

include In its itinerary the City school will speak this afternoon Dicky AtkinJ. "These new rates and our $24- better way to demonstrate our

of Pahokte. This group of radio at 2:30 o'c1cxk at the promotional Refreshments were served in the 000.000 expansion program go faith in the future of Ftorida."

fame, will present its program In day exercises. at Canal Point school cafeteria during the social hand in hand" laid Smith. "We New industrial and pumptnr

the First Baptist Churth audi- KhooJ. Krs. loti u1ce, principal hour by Krs. Homer Barnes, ho. art building four loge, flex rene- rates announced by the company:

torium em Tuesday night, April of the echocl: extends a cordial in.vitation pitAlity chairman and members of rating units with combined upac- wt moIrth reduced the bUll of 540eustomers

twtaty eiglrtk Kort detail lattr. to the public to atttn4. fur CommiUH. Ides of 120,000 kilowatts 1&0,000 by 1313,000 aMoan,.

Two The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, May 11 1945


Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Building Goes On H ERBERT' Fine Clothes For

Established 1924 Published Every Friday
Questions have been asked as to Men and Women
Subscription Price $2,00 Year In Advance
why CPA
has granted priorities of TAILORED TO MEASURE
materials for the construction
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office the new concrete-block building I Have Your Ladies' Clothes Tailored
In Canal Point, Florida, U Second Class Katter.
being erected on East Main Street, Br A Man's Tailor
Pahokee, opposite to the Orange
Paul Rardin Editor and Publisher State Oil Company to be used as
the Dodge and Plymouth Sales AL BELCHER

Foxy Fuller Agency. Since this building, to
be used as an 'automobile service

There's plenty of method in Fuller 'Varren's continued garage and salesroom, is not as- .
;l.i\LIl.v.Ii4.\L4lWUMMIM4M1y; ; ; g,1 MI M MlMIA\LI1W; MrL rML
postponement of his announcement for the governorship.A sociated with the veterans housing I

big convention was held in Miami recently, and there program many have wondered why
CPA is to the
was a rule that no political candidate would be allowed to project priorities.In continuing. grant ,

address the group. Fuller's friends wanted to get him before answer officials of the CPA I

the convention and the convention wanted to hear office in Miami give the following !

him, so he was invited to deliver the keynote speech and did, explanations, vouched for by officials -
not having formally announced his candidacy. He was just of local veterans organiza-
(Billie Kolstad Owner)
a plain lawyer-in search of votes. tions: 1. This building was planned ,

That's a plain case of hang your cake and eating it, too. for before restrictions were placed DRY CLEANING & ALTERING
-Lakeland Ledger on materials not going into buildings .
for.1'derans and 13 veterans
S are now bein +ernployed on the job
DDT Beef who would be thrown out of work CASH AND CARRY
if construction was: halted. 2. This i

More beef is promised by using the army's famed DDT building project is not Interfering
with local veterans I We specialize in slip upholstery -
insecticide to keep flies off cattle. Experimental tests show any covers,
3. The of the
DDT.treated stock gaining a half pound more per day than building program.have pledged owners themselves and drapes. Alterations an-

untreated cattle. On a test running 100 days, treated animals to give veteran first choice of jobs I other specialty of ours.
put on an average of 50 pounds more beef than those after the building is completed.

left to swish their tails at flies without DDT's assistance ...
Similar tests with dairy cows showed those DDT.spray.d !I i PROMPT SERVICE I -
increasing milk production 15 percent above the level of New Restaurant Is I I I

a their unsprayed sisters.-\Vall Street Journal. Open In South Bay I I I Ii
& i j (Located in Pahokee in Old Bivans I

Berthold Pelka opened the new i i Lumber Yard Office) :
ElectPAULD.BARNSJustice South Bay Restaurant on Road 26 : I
the first of the week. The manager i
13 well known in the Glades, he
of Supreme Court (Group 2) as _. .
-- - -- -
-- - - - -
operated a restaurant In Belle -
Thanks For Your Splendid Support on May 7. Your Vote Glade for 14 months, naming it the ,tWMIMM; MIUI MMWmm M MnnrM 1 11 Ml1l.rt&\
Will Be Gratefully Appreciated on May 28. Bayfield, In honor of his son's ship.
Qualifications for consideration:
The new building is cement
Born in Florida
Graduated from University of Florida Law School block with stucco finish on the
World War I VeteranS outside The dining room, 28 by Prince Theatre
20 years experience 8.3 Circuit Court Judge in Florida 35, is handsomely decorated in
Supreme Court Experience-The late Chief Justice Fred cream and red, with seats to ac-
Davis called on Judge Barns to help out in Supreme commodate 50 diners. It i9 air Pahokee Florida
Court emergencies many times. His latest duty with cooled and equipped to give ,
the Supreme Court was in January of this )'ear.
a maximum of comfort to patrons.
Choose the man for Supreme Court Justice whose 20 year
for fearless The bill of fare will be practically WEEK OF MAY 19 1916
record as Circuit Judge has made him outstanding ,
service and unbiased and fair decisions. the same as at the Hayfield and
the same personnel will be employ-
Elect PAUL BARNS ed. "

of Court (Group 2)) The kitchens It by 23 and com- "
Justice Supreme
pletely modem; with dish washing SUNDAY AND MONDAY
(Political Ad\ Paid for by Friends of Paul Barns) machine, bake ovens, mixing ma-
,chine and food chopper combined, ABLAZE WITH ACTION
meat slicing machine and other
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PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERS range and one breakfast stove, ... .
both burning synthetic gag, have ROBINSON O'BRIENsll
been installed. !

I I Ae INd':' :I Ieen-Herndon... U :1c )dcrC11CKIE"BUICH"JENKINS M.G.MPltTJU P

Mrs. S. R. Whidden of Lake

I !. Wales announces the engagement
and approaching marriage of her I .., &
daughter, Miss Leah W. Herndon, I" -
Health ! of Pahokee and Park T. Keen, son "

ot Mr, and Mrs. L. T. Keen, also TUESDAY AND 1VEDNESDAY
I of Pahokee

Miss Herndon 13 8 graduate of .
Lake Wales High School and for
the past three years has lived in
Remedies i Pahokee where she is employed at
i iII the offices of the Florida Power ,

and Light Company.Mr. I (.." WALTER LOutS
I Keen is a graduate of Pa- / HAYWARD
hokee IIIgh School and recentlyrtCei'ed 1--' f''ITl GERALD HUSTON
his from the U. StaRin
a II There is nothing better for treat- I.I I.' S. Army after.57 discharge, months in the j I 4
I I II service and 23 months of overseas &
nlcnts than the famous Dr LeGears I 1 duty in the raimc area. '
The wedding Is scheduled to Wee
medicines. Poultry and cow prescriptions : place In Okeechobee on June 1 and
I after a brief wedding trip the 'THE SPIRAL STIARCi\SE"

I poultry tablets, poultry \vormJ couple plan to make their home on
I Bacorn Point Road.

!I tablets, hog remedies and dry disinfectant !! :. ... )lcGUIRE BRENT BARRYMORE

1 powder, sprayers, dog remedies : 'i BPW Club Meets : &&

I I II With New President
I flea po\vders, insecticides and : SATURDAY
Members of the Everglades
, ;, a full line of garden tools I Business and Professional Wom- Double Feature

1, : an's Club met at the home of the
new dub president, Tommie Lee "SADDLE SEREN\DE'
; (;'\ : DuBose, last Tutsdar.

;, \ It was reported that the local JIMMY \rAKELY, LEE "LASSES" 'VIUTE
.' \ quota of $1,000"lS almost reached -
j. in the Cancer Drive which was -ALSO-
the B&PWG Plans
sponsored by
were discus 'd for sending local

!i' KILGORE SEED CO1 ; delegates to in the Jacksonville B&PWC StateCorventlon this

I I weekend and to the National Convention -
Pahokee Belle Glade i ii in Cl \'tLu1d. Ohio, In
: Jut)'. CltO Douthit gut a report Bid RA1N80 NE Hi el BflL CE
i ; Phone 3201 Phone 106 : ; I on the recent installation of of.ficers -
of the Belie Glade IUPWC
j I
I'i iI which attended six mem-
I was by ";ii- ;rr gPage
I hers of the local club.

Friday, Kay 17 1&46 The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Page Three

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36 Veterans Take Mills: 30. J. E. Wilson: 31. Herbert Mii;;: Valette Wiley r
Thorneberry: 32, Dalton Garrett; I II
33. Albert Cowart: 34. Jack Carr: Honored With Party r
I Trees Vines Shrubs Citrus I
Lots In New Tract M. Roy Browning; 36. Josh
Everett.At Mr and Mrs. Earl M. Meredith '
of all sizes and varieties for
a special call meeting in the entertained at their home on i I
Off Barfield Dwy.AD city hall Monday night planning Bacon Point Road Sunday with a your Selection
committees to get the development dinner party and family reunion, '
of the subdivision underway as honoring on Yother's Day Mrs.Meredith's I LANDSCAPING !
36 lots In the
new proposed
named Valetta
soon as pos.sible'ere as
1.acre( subdivision oft Barfield follows: Roads and sidewalks committee Wiley, of Pueblo, Colo. who is : i as you like it. We are organized and equipped to do
Highway opposite Lair Athletic Jack Phillips Monroe Pope spending several weeks in South i j! a thorough job from plans to completion of planting. t ti
Field have been purchased by vet- and Kenneth Mock: title insurance Florida visiting her daughters and i '
Brans the full $10,000 purchase and building restrictions, Roy son in Lake Worth, Pahokee and : As always, you are
price of the tract has been col- Browning, Melvyn Pugh and Angus Belle Glade. '
Jected by the Veterans Loth and Cowart: clearing of land, J. W. Others attending were Mr and : : welcome at our I
Homes Committee and the trans- Guthrie, Albert Cowart and Car- Mrs. C. C. Claw son, Mr. and Mrs. I I
fer of title of the land to the vet- men Salvatore, Jr.; surveying, Cal- Willard G. Smith,and sons, Clay- : ?RSERIES: 1100 Southern Boulevard (Route No. 25 ati
erans Is being made this week. vin Spooned, David Un\\in and ton and Wendell, Mr and Mrs.I I i City Limits). West Palm Beach, Florida
Purchases of lot numbers were I Kenneth Mock; building plans and James Wiley and Mrs. Ina Mulhollen -
made by the following veterans: ,specifications Paul Sasser, Melvyn of Lake Worth Mr. and Mrs.I I ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO.
Lot 1. Melvyn Pugh: 2. Calvin Pugh and George Ferguson: ma- Kenneth Lutz and daughter, Kaye.
terials and supplies, J. E. Sullinger of Belle Glade and Earl Douglas
Spooner; 3. 7. J. Frasure, Jr.: 4, I
Lorenzo Connell: 5. Bishop StarlIng J. M. Vandegrift and Jack Phil- Meredith.
: 6, Paul Collier: 7, Cannen lips: electricians, J. E. Sullinger Also honored at the reunion -. .
Salvatore, Jr.: B, Gerald Williams: and Paul Collier. were Mr. Clawson and Mr. Mere- I DIIIMIW I//01
-4ae. dith who were celebrating recent ! !/1/ti l/l ISlfid
9. S. E. Gammage, Jack Phillips -
: 11. Paul Sasser: 12, Angus Mrs. Pete Chiviges and son, birthday anniversaries.... I 0 Q
Cowart: 13, Kenny Mock: U, La- Jack, left on Thursday of this I DAVISCAFE
verne Humphries; 15. J. E. Sulling- week for their summer home in CARD OF THANKS I 0 Q
er, Jr.: 16. Owen Todd: 17. Tiny Benton Harbor, Mich., after spend- To all who contributed to the
Todd: IB, J. W. Guthrie: 19, J. M. ing the season here. Cancer Drive: We hereby express I STEAKS CHICKEN CHOPS
Vandegrift: 20, George Ferguson: ... our thanks to yot for your contributions 01Ve
21. Bill Rice: 22, Walter Rives: Mr and Mrs. Preston Miles have made through the co-ope- Specialize In Horne Cooking
23, Marvin Vandegrift; 24, C. A. returned to their home in Dayton, 'I ration of the Picture show and I
StraehIe: 25, Dorsey Pugh; 26, Ohio, after a visit with Mrs. School. Everglades Business and 0( Old Fashioned Bar B-Q tI
David Un\\in: 27, Charles A. Baker Miles's brothers, Lynn and Claude I Professional Woman's Club, Pah-
: 2B, Monroe Pope: 29, J. E. Shirley, and families in Pahokee. I kee, Florida.I I 14 East rain Street Pahokee, Fla [

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:jf are always ready and anxious to serve those who

busy themselves several months in the year pro-

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ll&g ducing months, and make it a point to get your

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:Four. . The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday May 11. 19!

1E..s BIBLE CLASS appointed on Sunday. The lesson Pahokee 1
of for this is See- Baptists ! I Ii I Ii
A most interesting session week "Believing I
Have Fruitful i I
the Pahokee Yen's Bible Class was ing". will be taught by the teacher Day i y: I

conducted last Sunday Mother's Rev. C. A. Moberg. The quartet I : I 'I
'One of the most fruitful days I I It
Day, with 72 in attendance. The will favor with two selections. H. in the
history of the First Baptist t i I
special guests, Mesdames Grimes, L. Jaudon will preside. It is hoped Church, Pahokee, was the fxper- :, I .
McIlwain and Buchanan, 80. 80 and :
that all the members Will attend fence of last Sunday. Two hundred i
75 the years of age of respectfully several lovely were that expressions relatives to the and thirty three attended the I
Sunday SChol, with 86 in the
tokens in keeping with occasion.Th new .seaing arrangement sugested 'Bud Davis i.
Training Union. Capacity plus
musical program presented by by C. L. Shirley be forthcom.ing church .
was the attendance at the :
the Class quartet was well received. A most cordial invitation is
services, again proving the need of .
Another program of like extended to all unaffiliated men, I
a new 3.uditorium. Seven united
order will be arranged for Father's visitors and service men. Time i ;
one on the promise of a letter and Hi
Day June 16. A committee will be 9:45.THANKS: six upon their acceptance of Jesus I !I SAYS: : i iI
i I I
Christ Sa\" our. I I
as their personal i
I These with six others will receive I .
-: I II Thanks A Lot For Your Conside-
I the ordinance of baptism this Sun- I
I I day at 3:30, Canal Point Baptist
Church, with the probability of ration At The Polls Congratulations -
i : several more who are contemplating I ;

I : thus affiliating themselves in I ; To 1\11'. Hillier : ,
I the near future, likely Sunday : I
; I ,
morning. :
To all those fine folks who supported ; The pastor, Rev. C. A. Moberg, : : I !I ,
will preach on the. next in the : : j

me in my race for CHief of Police : series of sermons based on "The i
I Sermon on the Mount. The sub- i "
i I
I.I ject will be "Give Us This Day : I I
I II Our Daily Bre d." The Ladies .
ALBERT CANT Quartet will sing "The Lord Is My

I Shepherd" At the night service,
! 8:30: the pastor will preach on PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERS
_. I the thirteenth of the Baptist Articles -
lJ I of Faith (elsewhere printed in .- - - .- -
this paper) tilled "A Gospel
Church." "\\'lut is'the difference

between The Church and a 0o
Church?" "Is it possible to be a
member of both?" "One and not
THANKS the other?" 'Which Denomination H. B. Baxter
is The Church?" These and other oJ
4 for every Vote I received Tuesday. I have pledged questions will be considered in this
I my support to our elected officials to help in any thought provoking sermon The
I way to make Pahokee a better place in which tQ usual unusual song service with EXTENDS

lh'e.'iIl you join me in a similiar pledge and augmentation by the twenty one

: show that fine quality of Citizenship that you piece gospel orchestra, will be conducted .

: have always manifested. inated by Cross R. Cowart.Ieditation"The "Illum-will Thanks To The Voters

I I.tt's work for Pahokee.
again be presented. .
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i Circle Has

: JOHN JULANY ; Spring Shirley Bible Study I sincerely appreciate the fine support -

-.---- -_. ----- '. Member of the Gertrude Shirley I received at the polls in the first
\ : Circle presented the spring Bible

-- --- -- ..-- I study of the Pahokee Methodist a primary I will always be grateful for
1vSCS at the church on Thursday
[;jI [;jI !nW I evening of last WE'ek this consideration

i Mrs. D. D. Caudill was in charge
cf the presentation of the study
FOR SALE which had 89 its theme, "Father- o

aa I hood of God." Others taking part I will be a candidate in the next annual -
I were Mrs. B. Elliott, Mrs. J. A. n

Dulany, Mrs. Wallace E. Pope and p City of .Pahokee election and d
Market Equipment !Mrs. Glm Abling. Irs. Caudill
also sang "The Perfect Prayer," look
forward to continued
accompanied at the piano by Mrs your sup-
2-12 Ft Hussman Double Duty Meat r H. C. Graham The consecration port.
prayer was led by rrs. J. M. Elliott a

Display Cases, a I .
This was the second part of the
1-6x8 Hussman Cooler
p WSCS spring mission and Bible

0 1-10 Ft. Hill Produce Case study which was presented by the
Simonson.Lair and Gertrude Shir-

-1\leat Chopper, ley Circles in the form of an at-
tendance and presentation contest.
l-SIicing Machine, iJ The Gertrude Shirley Circle was D

judged winner of the contest and
will receive the proceeds of a silver

2-Motors and Compressors other tea given by the Simonson-Lair
equipment I Circle the date to be announced. OF PEOPLE

Complete Market equipment in use can be seen Who supported me in the election on

this week-end-Will Sell All Together.Independent I CAR SALEOur
Tuesday I say a simple

Market Nest Palm Beach store

has acquired a large stock I THANK YOU

of late model, low mileage,
II.r.. JOIlNSO, Owner
PHONE 273 BELLE GLADE, FLA. c I e a n cars. Practically
every make, model or body It is said with a deep sense of gratitude and

type to choose from. \\'e ; humility as I realize the obligation I owe to you

II I suggest act and
I you now
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- : get a better, newer car.
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: Any of these cars can be .

bought at or below O. p A.
Thanks A Million ; UNITED PAIIOKEE
ceiling with or without a

trade in.

For Those Who Voted For Me ; Forgetting our J political differences and work asa

unit. .
And To Those TRUCKSC
I p
,: ; All suggestions and constructive criticism will
j Who Voted, Thanks For Voting I II Chevrolets and Whites
I be invited from
any and all citizeng.
: Hz to21t Ton ,
I Voting Is The Best Protection ,
Again, I say THANK YOU.

I To Our Democracy R. s. EVANS

I 301 S. Dixie Highway T. C. RichardsonPage

I'' Russell O. Morrow Vest Palm Beach, FI3.

: Phone 7020

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May 17.1946 'n1e ETergiades News Canal Point l"1orlda Peg rvaI
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emoon they went on a swimming field at her home phone 529 or the
party. School 3811. The 4.H girls are
. i The Canal Point Club Is the very anxious to do your Canning
I leading Club of the County. They for this purpose and thereby make
hold a 3 year certificate for Standardization their contribution to help feed the
i I II ,, and we should be proud hungry.

I II Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Foster Emery of our girls.Anyone . .
: of Pahokee announce the birth of having beans or other
a daughter, Helen Frances, at the vegetables they would like to do- Mrs. Cora Spence Lake SVorth
I APPRECIATION Everglades Memorial Hospital on nate to the hungry people of and Mrs. Hanson Portland Ore,
May 11. Europe or other foreign lands were recent guests of Dr and Mn.
Mr and Mrs. John Benjamin please get in touch with Mrs. Hat- L. W. Armstrong in Pahokee.

I II I Mills of Pahokee announce the .....
t : to i iI birth of a son John Benjamin Jr.,
I : I : at the Everglades Memorial Has-
I i I II Pita on May 10. I! 0
II Mr and Mrs. James Franklin
I I I ', Godwin of Pahbkee announce the ANNOUNCING . . .
birth of a daughter Vema Jean
at the Everglades Memorial Hospital Display and SaleOF
To Pahokee Citizens: I on May 12.
: Mr and Mr9. Juniw T. Harris of
1 I Belle Glade are the parents of a
i daughter, Evelyn Marie, born at WILL YS UNIVERSALJEEP
; I St. Mary's hospital in West Palm
I enter the job of councilman with the idea in Beach May 13.
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Knight of
::1 mind that it is the will of the majority of the : Pahokee announce the arrival of

: I citizens. I am deeply appreciative of the excellent i : a son) at T.the W.St.Knight Mary's, Jr hospital. (Tommy In- 0 Which goes to the job-wherever it is

support I received in the election and will work I II West Palm Beach on Monday, IT'S A TRUCK-ITS A TRACTOR-IT'S A
I I May 13. or
I co-operatively for a bigger and better Pahokee. I ..1.4.H RUNABOUT-IT'S A POWER UNIT!
I Girls Attend I

I believe you have a group of men on the council l : Meeting On Coast

'I who will work to the end that Pahokee will Mrs. Oliver Hatfield local leader u Garage
I of the Canal Point 4.H Club, a
and in the future. I ask the
grow prosper suggestions i
took her to West
on Saturday
I I 0 Avenue E Belle Glade, Fla. Phone 12D
: and ideas of all for a greater Pahokee. Palm Beach when they attended
the Coastal area of the 4.H club
Achievement Day. During the aft r

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I I Don Hillier Our dealers join us in making this frank report to


j ;

: I II
I I I I I I NTERNATIONALIarvesterisget- duction efforts will mean that and DISK HARROWS is reasons
I ting back into production with your local dealer can expect only ably good. On CONIIINES,
all possible speed. Extra shifts a small number or pam and map tOWEltsIIAYRAKES.ONE.are .
being employed where\'ercon. chines at a time. Since we must MAN HAY BAI.ERS. COHN
F ditions permit,to try to o'ercome'play fair with all our customers PICKERS and D1a1\Y othf'r items
1 the production losses of the rethere will be a sprinkle of rJrts our schedules have been seriously
cent strike. Everything i.i being and machines all over the coun disrupted. We must in fairness
done to get parts and machines to try-not a downpour in anyone say that many or our customers
Q you. section are likely to be disappointed on
While we and our dealers would You will be glad to know that delivery or these machines On
like to tell'ou that this means an all repair parts production sched nLKIt\G MACIUNES STA.
immediate end to the shortage of ides are far be'ond normal. TIO-ARYENGI\ES.andsoIDe
service parts and machines, it is other small units we are hopeful
more accurate to say that it of making practically normal de'
means the ginning of the end or No hoarding livery.it. ,
If illness or bad weather de- We know you will understand
0 0 lays you seriously in the Spring, You may be RUn the reasons why your dealer can
you know how much It throws that every manot fill your orders overnight. He
you oft your schedule. The strike I$] chine will be shipwould like to give you the kind of
bas thrown our schedules off bal ped to dealers as delivery on inatIdnes you would
I ance, too. There are many soonascompleted. like to get, but his situation is a
I "chon's" we must do before new Wt do not and u'ill difficult one and not of his mm
To Pahokee Citizells: 0 machines reach you. not hold machines off the markett making Ife is doing the best ha

At the start of the strike we can
had on hand at all our factories
Material shortages and branches just 837 tractors or No cutting corners
I am grateful to the citizens of Pahokee for the
all kinds-less than two days' on quality
splendid vote I received on Tuesday which made 0 The preliminary production-and 405 orthese were '
j I chores or getting not completed. Many of those __ There it one
me Chief of Police for the next two "ears. I ID I' our plants back in. on hand had one or more impor- o thing you can lotto
shape for Cull Cant parts missing-printipilly J. absolutely cer
shall always mindful of the wholehearted
sup. production are tin, radiator cores. Most or the rest [ fll ] twin about: We
port of the fine citizens and will do my utmost ished. But dis represented the normal daily QUALITY wilt NOT eu',
turbances in other industries and 60at" between the end or the corners 011 qU4l.
to merit this confidence. resulting material shortages may assembly line and the shipping ity ill orderto in.
effect our lan.s. Light gauge platrorm. Naturally no tractors cores production tin this ti'iI '.
I .teel sheets brass and copper were nude during the strikf' 1It'fU"YFor years we hue said:

I seek your co-operation in the execution of the fractionAl horse power motors "QUALITYISTJlEFOUNUA.md .
many other items are all TIO- OF OUR BUSINESS"
duties of mr office. Please feel free to call on 'Ifry hort. Thecoal situation may What dealers may Today we say it-and mean it-
11$0 prove srriouJ-u't hope not. have for AI much a. ever
me in the future with constructive ideas for the you .
9 We know you need new ma.Refilling
betterment of our town and community ltiecanreport chintS-and need them badly
the well to you that But \\e believe it will pay you to
a LL .
our current.ait just a litthi1e longer if
0 Both our dtaltrt production you CAnnot get all you want im.
and our branches on T RAe- mt'diatt'ly By waiting you un
have run dry on TORS is good and "e are shipbe JUte your new equipment \\i11pa
uandnt'wnu. ping at a normal rate. Even M. ban the quality 10 rightly assochines. -
So the big. there will not be enough to 1'0 elated + ith INTERNATIONAL
I gent chore it to around.Thesituation on PWWS IAItVESTEltforsomanyyears.
AI an Morgan get their working stocks bark to
I normal. It will take time to filltbepipt'linetodea1trajwtuit

I sakes time tot you to refill a wtll I INTERNATIONAL I

wt cistern after It has run dry. q

dealers thoUSAnd Stock represent and men'oll'Shich display not rooms one.but or must our un H A R yE 5 T E R n I.

be refilltd. The mc t heroic roTYiday -


Six The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, May 17, 1946I

.Guire, George Brent and Ethel second honors won by Earl Chance be a meeting of the Wildlife Mr. and Mrs. Jess Walton spent

Cinematic Chatter Barrymore as the stars and a very and Richard Tillis. For the girls League of Palm Beach County, last week in Atlanta Ga.. with

Malcolm Wllar I excellent cast of featured players Betty Ann Sears and Ann O'Con- Fishing Club, Flagler at Fifth their daughter, Mra. J. Clark John-
By in support. nell: second place was won by Street. At this time there will be stone. While in Atlanta Mr. Wals-

... Saturday brings the double Agnes Graydon and Erma Dur- the election of Officers. Ladies ton was under the medical care ot

Edward G. Robinson with Mar- feature with "Saddle Serenade", rance.. The pie-eating contest Unit 1 at West Palm Beach are Drs. Voght and McDonald.

garet O'Brien as a co-star, moves starring Jimmy Wakely and Lee with blackberry pies was next, welcome to become members . .

into the Prince Theatre for the "Lasses" White in an exciting with Nannette Peoples swallowing and help in this important"lnovewent. Dr and Mrs. L. W. Armstrong-

Sunday-Monday nm In "OUr Vines Western story. the last piece and whistling first, and niece Blanch Elizabeth Bowers -

Have Tender Grapes", from the Second picture up is "Pursuit to i Anna Lee Hurt whistling second. DeWitt Upthegrove visited relatives In Orlando

novel by George Victor Martin.TuesdayWednesday Algiers" which should furnish you Charles Philips won the pie-eating Vice President. Sunday.Baptist .

stars a trio with enough suspensful moments contest for the boys.It .

of, to my idea the finest actors'' to make your visit to the theatre then stopped raining and the

in Hollywood, they are Barry Flu- an enjoyable one. next race was held on Lair Field. I If

gerald, Walter HUton and Louis See you at the movies-Mal It was the hundred yard dash for
Hayward, and their show is "And . boys under 110 lbs.. and George

Then There were None." Rozelle won first; Melvin Tills Article Of Faith Noe 13
Story concerns ten strangely as- second place. The hundred yard
Life On The
sorted people who are tricked into Campus dash for boys over 110 100., was

visiting a lonely Island somewhere I won by Jasper Reed, first, and
in England. There they are ma- .. Rodney Connell second.
rooned. Then their host, who is The final contest on the program
unseen, proceeds to kin them one The students of Pahokee High was baseball thro\\ing. Bill Elam

by one, each meeting his doom in School enjoyed a field day program throwing the fartherest and Kyle
some horrible manner.ThursdayFriday on Lair Field May 3. It began Hatfield next. Ann O'Connell won

brings another after lunch. The first contest of first and Barbara Brown second
believe that visible church of Christ is
horror show under the title ''The the program was a peanut race for the girls. This was indeed a a

Spiral Staircase' Perhaps you won by Sidney Caruthers and great day and we wish to thank congregation of BAPTIZED BELIEVERS, associated -
read the story when it came out in Charles Holmes winning second Coaches Alley and Brown Miss

novel form. If you did you will place. The girls did not partici- Mitchell and many others for help- by covenant in the faith and fellowship of

agree with me that it is one of the pate. Next was a 50 yard dash ing with this splendid program.
most facinating mystery story'a with many contestants. Eddie T the gospel; observing the ordinances of Christ;

that has been screentd In some Hodges and Melvin Tillis won for David Multach;Harold Thomas
time. the boys: Joan Wilson and Dellona and Jimmy Shirley were visitors governed by His laws ; and exercising the gifts

Cast has clever Dorothy MeL Jones won for the girls. Harry of Pahokee High last week. We rights, and privileges invested in them by His
Fremd and Curtis Mock won the are always glad to have these

,_ -- -"- running broad jump for the boys: Alumni visit us. Word ; that its only Scriptural officers are Bishops
Rudy Hollingsworth and Mary Nell

Moulten won for the girls. Both the Junior and Sophmore or Pastors, and Deacons, whose qualifications,

After this race it started raining class had a beach party Saturday
CASH and other contests were held and everyone reported having a claims, and duties are defined in the Epistles to

in the g'IIl. The sack race, next wonderful time. Timothy and Titus."
on the program was won by John ...

NOW Ogle and Harry Fremd. Many NOTICE TO ALL NATURE

students entered the three-legged LOVING CITIZENS

race and many discovered the There is great news on the Flor- Paid Advertisement of the

"softness of the gym floor. Richard ida Conservation Front, come and
We Pay More For Ogle and George Rozelle won first help with the battle to restore and First Baptist Church, Pahokee, na.

place. Jackie Sullivan and Bill preserve our fish and Game. A

Miller won second place. The girls big job for all Sportsmn of Florida -

Your Car race was won by Nina Ruth Bar- Friday 8 p. m. there will
wick and Barbara Brown. with
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Late fodels-Any Make Betty Ann Sears and DeBona ---J
Jones coming In second.

The egg-relay was very funny,
students running with raw eggs in
for Economical Tru
spoons relaying to their partners. i. ..
Their partner ran back to the

starting point. This was won by

Harry Fremd and John Ogle, and 1 S >st

1 NOTICE h.. .p
x.c rti'
accordance With the provisions of 'i
ChApter lS042. Laws of florida Acts
2371 Day 2211 Night 01 lan, the Board of SupeniYon of
Drainage District organized and exist1nI -
24 Hour Wrecker Senice under the Ian of Florida and
embracing lands within Palm Beach 1 p
official AU BepreeceMt+lfre County, bas caused to be prepared a
budget showing the Debt Service requirements -
of the District and of the
Fast Unit thereof and the requirements
of the East Unit of the District for
maintenance operation and admini-
CHRISTIANCHEVROLET stration during the year beginning on
the first day of November 194, and
endlnR on the thirty first day of Octo- 1 1
bet 1947. Said budget, among other : I l
things show the amount 01 General
Debt Service Tax, the amount of the
East Unit Debt Service Tax, and the
Paboker, Florida amount of East Unit Maintenance Tu
per acre necessary to be levied upon
the lands wIthin said District for the
Raymond Christian, Omer year 1948.
The said budget Is now on tile and
may be examined at the office of the
Secretary of the DIstrict at Canal
Pont. Florida. The Board of Super.
visors of Pahokt'e Drainage District Will
meet at 2'00 .o'clock P. M., Easter
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Standard Time on the thlrty.tlrst day SEE US TODAY-
of May. 1946, at the office of the Secretary -
of the District In CAnal Point.
DmJ. Florida for the purpose of hearing .
objections and complaints with mpect
to the of said transacting budget.such and other for the business purpose HELP TO KEEP YOUR CAR SAFE-

u may properly rome before laid
this 29th day of Aorll. 19-48.
THEY f/Ei p By: R. T. Pattl'non. "-

KEEP fA/1N IIIYE Publish Way Its 10.President 17, 1946.

NOTICENOTICE Today, when you need skilled

IS HEREBY OIVJN: that Inarrorc1anC'.f I
service most it to to
with the pro'islona af pays come
Chapter lS042. Lan of Florida Acts
01 1m. the Board of SUPf"tOrI 01 Service Headquarters to have the
drainage district orsantud and ut.st- work done Add months and miles
tog under the Ian 01 P1orlc1l. and
embracing lands within Palm Beach to the life of your car-oncl help
l l lWe County hu caused to bt prepared a
budget showing the requirements 01 to keep sale-by having
the Dtstr1ct for Maintenance, optra- your
Uon and adm1n1straUon during the
yea beginning on the first day of our skilled mechanics give it a
November 1946. and ending on the
thlny-tlnt dar of Octobfr. 1941. Saldbudget. thorough service check-up at regular -
among other thtnn. shoal the
amount 01 ll&1nUnanoe Tu per acre intervals They do topnotch
necessary to bt levied upon the lands
within W4 District for the year 1946. work using quality tools, quality
The said bUdget ts now on fUt and
never stop wondering may bt examined at the office cf the quality materials S" us
Secretary cf the District at canal parts, .
at the bounty and blessings Potnt. Florida The Hoard of Super-
that come from planting a mon of East Beach Drainage District for repairs or adjustments today
un meet at 10l o'clock A. M. !&at-
tiny seed. The same is true era standard Time on the thin,. : ; members of Amtrica' finest
ttnt day of May lH. at the office 01
of insurance. The small
the Secretary of the District in canal automotive service ofganla1ion. ;
premiums paid for full cov- Point. P1ortda. for the purpose of beartng -
objections and complaints with
erage protection may sa.eus respect to the said budget aM for

from the loss of all we"'e business the purpose u may at transacting properly come suds before other Save your car with skilled service _. __ _}I.
harvested in lift. said nwt1nC. -
DATID thts 2tth du of ADrit. 1146.RP _
rotfU OP 11m.M4JU) 0'srrmnvoea Christian Chevrolet to.

NltiXCI) PABOI : L. L Stutl.,.
..,.. Ita PT&dect.Yu Pahokee FlorjdaPage
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.'Friday, May 17, 1946 The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Page BeN

c. C. and J.. W. Cruthird spent Sponsor Collection
Wednesday of this week in West I
Palm Beach visiting their mother, HOME Of Food For Hungry

Mrs. J. B. Cruthird, who is ill at FronrThe

Good Samaritan Hosp tal. The Canal Point WSCS is locally
sponsoring a drive to gather can- S
- ------ ned food for the starving millions i /4 ,

Marion O. Ogle, fireman l-c, in Europe. It is asked that No. 2 Mi

OFFICE HOURS: recently received his discharge cans of food be placed in the col. w 4y
from the Navy at the Jacksonville lection centers at the Canal Point

Naval Base after 38 months in the grocery stores. It is hoped that >
From June 1 through Sept. .
{I Bernce. He also served as an only food of high protein value
30 Mornings Only.
: aviation machinist's mate while in will be donated. The collection

1 Office Closed All Day Wed. the navy. He is now at the home idea is interdenominational al- 'f4 .

nesday and Sunday of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude though being sponsored by the
T. Santee in Canal Point. Methodist group, it was pointed

Real Emergencies Excepted out. Mrs. T. W. Griffith is local

I Clarence Major, AETM 2-c, recently chairman.HoodStrickland.
.. ego mosfl
Dr Chas E. CREEL was released from the Navy u'' rs arz Vt
at the Charleston, S. C., naval custom
Pahokee, Florida base after 31 months in the service -

and 18 months of overseas Mr and Mrs. J. T. Strickland of th lephoh! ,
duty in the Pacific area. A student Pahokee announce the engagementof Voices o n
at Clemson College in South
their daughter, Miss Joyce
Carolina before joining the Navy, Strickland, to Kell E. Hood, Jr.,
to continue hb studies at
he plans
of Okeechobee.
Clemson at the opening of the
Miss Strickland attended Paho- ,
semester in the f&l1. He is
: COUNTRY CLUB kee High School and u now em-
now visiting his parents Mr. and ployed at Chandlers Sundries. Mr.
GREEN FEES: Mrs. C. A. Major, at their home in
Hood was a student at Okeechobee
WEEKENDS, SZ the Cochran Apartments, Pahokee. High School before joining the I ...

WEEKDAYS, $1.50 ...
+ ---- Army. He was recently
from the service after 18 months I
: Members of the Pahokee Meth-
Individual 160 plus tax O/list "oman's Society of Christian of overseas duty in Germany and 'I
Is now associated with a service
Family . $15 plus tax Service were handed rain
the downpour Mon- garage in
checks during
Sandwich and day afternoon when their meeting .

Bar Service was postponed until Monday May DO YOU KNOW lID!

20, at 3:30 p. m.SEABEE The Home Service Department
wwuwuwwu lof the Palm Beach County Chapter I To a lot of businesses, customers are better known

---- ----- ----- ----- --- -- --- American Red Cross 13 still' faces. order
by their voices than by their They by
information to the
seeking as
telephone-seldom come in to buy.
whereabouts of Franz Frindt, ac-
and EVINRUDE cording to Mrs. Mildred O. Posten, Many merchants conduct their buying in the

Home Service Director. same way. The telephone is the funnel through

i Mr. Frindt's son, who lives in which! flows an endless stream of commercial trans- I
OUTBOARD MOTORS : I Austria, has asked the American actions.

I Red Cross to help him locate his
See them on display here today. ALSO ; father who was last heard from Businessmen have grown accustomed to contin :

in West Palm Beach in 1937. wally rising standards of telephone performance.
Briggs & Stratton Air-Cooled Engines : :
The only facts available to the But with the Telephone Company-as with every

local Red Cross chapter are that business-the maintenance of that performance is

PALL SERVICE STATION Mr.was Frindt born in was Germany.a carpenter and directly related to the maintenance of earnings.In I'

.. 1945, telephone earnings were the lowest in
: Phone 2921 Pahokee .
Churches Of Christ '" more than two decades. In the current year, even .

j lower earnings are in prospect. Wages have been f :

---.-.--- -- --- - ------. -- Scientist increased, in keeping with the national trend, and f1
I the cost of everything else which goes into the
... -MortatrAciaTbin1brt the
is"9s t' furnishing of telephone service is steadily rising.I
of the Lesson-Sermon
i ij subject :
Canal Point'Machine Works j which will 6'e read in Churches of As every business man knows, adequate earnings

Christ, Scientist, throughout the s are a primary requirement of American enterprise.

j world on Sunday, May 19. Telephone earnings must be sufficient to provide
Manufacturers Of f : The Golden Text is :"Henceforth
the kind of service you expect and to attract new
IRRIGATION AND DRAINAGE PUMPS :I : kr.ow'e no man after the flesh: capital for continued expansion. .
have known Christ
yea, though we
HYDRAULIC MOLE DRAINS I : after the flesh, yet now henceforth In a word, adequate earnings safeguard the fun

WEED CHOPPERS ;! : know we him no more" )II Cor usefulness of the telephone in carrying on the

I I ,. 5:16). affairs of the community J
S Among the citations which comprise
We Are Agents For l i the Lesson-Sermon 13 the fot.loing .
I from the Bible: "God that
I Incorporated
i made the world and all things

AND HERCULES DIESEL MOTORS therein, seeing that he b Lord of

j heaven and earth, dwelleth not in
I temples made with hands: Neither -

WE HAVE DRAG LINE CABLE IN STOCK t is worshiped with men's hands, as

though he needed any thing, seeing PIANOS JEWELRY MUSIC
he giveth to all life, and breath,

CANAL POINT PHONE 531-. O. BOX 4 IIS and all things" (Acts 17:2t,25).

Members ot the Pahokee WS S
JEWELER Belle Glade Fla.
who attended the Methodist WSCS
district meeting at Northwood
OUT OF mON FOR USE IN Church in West Palm Beach on GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY

THE GLADES Wednesday of last week were Mrs.J. .

D. Rogers, Mrs. Arch Bl3.key, .
Mrs. T. L. DurnsMr8. T.A. Fergueon -

and Mrs. Ralph Stanley..
_...r_._.________ ___ __ __
'Nonl'l _
NonCE IS HEREBY GIVEN that in A Servant of the Glades
accordance with the_ pronslons or
Chapter 20694. laws or Florida Acts
We Close ot 1941. the Board of Superrisors of
a drainage district organized and tI-
Sung under the laws of F1ortda. and A To iami'I
embracing lands tithln Palm Bnc Buses
County has caused to be prepared a
To West Palm Buck
At Noon budget showing the Debt Service reputrementa
of the Dtatrtct and the re-
qulnments of the District for mstntenance Daily To Ft Myers & Lakeland
operation and &dm1nl.straUoDdurtng
the fear beginning OD the first
day of Nonmbfr. 1946. and ending OD
ETERYWedllesday the thtrtr'flrst day of October, 1947.
Said budget among other thing shows
the amount of Debt service Tu and Glades Motor Lines Inc.
the amount of UalnIecance Tn per ,
acre necessary to bfo levied upon the
i lands wtth1D Wd District for the year
The wd budget 11 DO' OD fUr and
I may be tlamlntd at the office of theSecretary
I of the District It Canal Point.
(During the Summer) Florida. The board at Supervisors of
) East Shore Dr&tnace District .111 meet
at 2:30 o'clock P 11 nutlm Standard
.i I I0 1'\n.. on the th1rt.f1n day of way.
- 1944. at the office of the Secretary of
the DlAtmt in Canal Point. Florida,
for the pwpo.e of hearing objections -
and complatntl with respect
to the said budlft. and for the pur-
Western Auto Associate Store pore of transutltJt such other bus1n+a.
u mar properly tome before lAid meet.It. r
I. II. LAIR, Owner AHOKEE FLA. D.\Tm this 29th day of AprU. 1944.RY .
s" R. T. PattlnoQ.Ita .
Prlslat.PuhA .
May 10. 17 IH ...


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PageFig t The Everglades News.Cana1 Point Florida Friday Jay 17,196Mrs. :
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Mr. and Mr3. Norman Kennedy nie Baxter Kathy Wilson, Nancy i
., _.. -- and children visited her mother, Thomas, Jill McIlwain, Ann Rita I I
Mrs. Dewey Morris in Delray Burns, Susan and Alvin Johnson, I BERRY 'FIJNE l L HOME \ t tI
Beach the past week. Homer Frasure, Jr.. Kathy Johni i
'I 'I The meeting of the local post, son, Carl Watson, Barry and Dee I I r'r'I
Veterans of Foreign Wars, scheduled Roach, Wayne Beardsley, Rosa I I
Jack Phillips and daughter. for Wednesday night of this Mabel and Martha Ann I Ambulance Service i! I II
week was called off because of the Kenny McIntosh, Alice waring'l
Betty.Jo'and Mrs. Paul Sasser are I f
visiting relatives in Wauchula this absence of several of the post officers Kathleen Spencer, David Pahokee Ph 2301 Belle Glade Ph 247 I i:
week. who were attending the er Ray Fountain, Sylvia Parrish, I I
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Armstrong American Lgion Convention at Joe Sid Caudill, Shirley Ann KinI I IIr
West Palm Beach.The next meeting caid, Eddie Vertommen, Harleeen I:
visited relatives in Miami over the
weekend.' of the VFW post will be held Williams, Dorothy, Thor and I
on Wednesday night June 5. Faulk, Joe
watbg business Richard Hatton, Cline I
B. S. was a .-.
of E. Beverly Larry Elliott, Kappie
visitor in trlaudo on I
this week. .. Judy Cunningham and Amie Rpell, Myra Jones Judy
and Mrs. Ellsworth Keen. Chandler, Wayne Elliott, Othen I
haveit Met turned from a two weeks'visit Has Birthday Party Gilbert Ouida Lanier, Linda and I

,with relatives in Arcadia.Mr. Martha Sellers, Robert and Jan I At Your Service a
Mrs. D. W. Cunningham entertained nette Mosley, Clyde Alley, Jr.,
and Mrs. O. B. McClure
I 0
at the Woman's Club building Vickey Alley, Mackey Acree, Steve 0
visited 'Mr and Mrs. Charles Perkins -
Thursday afternoon with a and Bobby Brown, Lalar Kay I
Tuesday.antifamily in Fort Pierce on party for her daughter, Judy, in Cross and David Cunningham. I on the corner across from the bank in Pahokee
celebration of her fifth birthday -.
Yrs. W. R. Kaufman and son anniversary. Pastel colors were MASONS MEET I with full and complete line of
Rex visited relatives in Fort Lau- used in party decorations and I

derdale on Tuesday. guests were presented with candy Past masters night was observed I aGull
Fred and Percy Mansfield Post cup favors. Mrs. Ben S. Waring by Everglades Lodge 211. F&AM, P..odl.cts o
90, American Legion, will conduct assisted the hostess in the seeing at a meeting-'1n the Masonic
a meeting in the city hall on Mon of refreshments. Temple Tuesday night. Master 0
day night at 8 o'clock. Guests were Sandra Lampi, Ben d
Mason degrees were conferred on We haw stocked our station with the many items
Axel Jensen, C. L. Hall and M. J.
Sapp. Fifty members and guests I : we believe you will be needing in days to come.

were present including several
visitors from Okeecfiobee and oth- I II: Come in the next time you pass by and see

er communities in the Lake Okee- what have to offer to the motoring public.
Wanted. Youllg Women Today! chobee area. A. R. Harrington we 0a

was in charge of the serving of Y ou'l1 find.BATTERIES. (

HJ1L1MISPlaL refreshments. FLOOR MATS

There is an URGENT NEED .

: E/ FOR NURSES to care for sick I I FOR SALE: 50 acres muck ad- SEAT COVERS FLASHLIGHTS I!
joining ridge and including 5 lots
and wounded service personnel, I It you want a good close in farm Cl VERY LATE MODEL RADIOS
in Canal Point, see Dan Carpenter. :
civilian hospital patients, for I St-22-46-ch
0 and many other things you'd expect to find in a a
private and special duty. I 0
I WANT TO RENT house or apart- good service station.
MMgIM/IIISISs ment in Pahokee or Canal Point.H. .
N1M- MMI. IllqMN.MMI L. Swain at Henderson Texaco
Station in Pahokee. M3lpd.

The SHELL ROCK delivered in Pabo-
Orange General Hospital kee $15 per load. Ralph Ripke,

phone 9122, Belle Glade. M24P Sasser & Armstrong
FOR SALE: New Zealand rabbits,

Approved by the American Medical Association 1 pound to 10 pounds, whites, (PAUL) (ALVIN) f
and the American of conducts pedigreed and ordinary rabbits.
College Surgeons, an
Most any size. C. A. Barfield Across from the Bank PahokeetAAAAAAAAAAAA1AAAAAAAA41
credited Hospital Training School offering
every Lake Drive Road In Canal Point.
facility for training student nurses including modem :M24p
class rooms science laboratory demonstration I.
room facilities, and a capable and efficient teaching SEPTIO tanks and grease traps
staff. cleaned and paired. Phone
3812, Bob Douthit, Pahokee. Ml1c

Comfortable, spacious and homelike dormitories, FOR SALE: Large Wicker baby I II
recreation, entertainment and planned social activities carriage. Mrs. D. D. Caudill,
are provided for trainees. This training is Phone 3101. TC
equivalent to a college education at minimum cost. SILKALITE I II IPRODUtTS
FOR SALE: 27 ft. luxury liner
Trailer, 3 rooms, Private bedroom -
Student nurse get complete maintenance with Chemical Toilet, Hot and I
three weeks vacation annually. Cold electric running water, Bottle i ii

Gas Stove, Shower, Piano,
; If you are a High School graduate between 18 and Pressure Tank, Air Cool vegetable I !
34 years of age, of sound mental and physical health bin, Sliding platform, nice awning
and interested in a life of service-join the army and plenty of lawn Chairs. Can

of "Ladies in 'hite' toda '.. Nursing is a high be seen, Bacom Point Road back
ca11ing. Hospitals cannot operate without nurses. of Baptist Church. R. A. Chaney. i I

For complete information for application to
FOR SALE: Two 6-room houses on Finest Finish For
enroll, White Director of Nursing Service, Orange 100 toot ridge lot in good state I

General hospital, Orlando, Florida.COLLEGE of repair, each hu three bed : Boats Bar
room, both for price ot one- I Tops Furniture 1:

17500. Dwi Carpenter, Pahokee, .
I Ii
161a. i I II

FOR BALE: 15 3 bedroom I I 1
hou.ses-dose in and nearly new. I; I
A BUSI NESS Liberal terms. Price $6,000. C. A. .i; } Recommended Coverage
Bailey, Belle Glade, F1L Phone J I
70, Belle Glade. I
i 4 z: one coat-30 sq. ft. .................... Price $ ..35I II
TRADE SCHOOLEDUCATION NOTICE: I will not be responsible '
for : 8-oz. one coat-65 sq.'f t. ........................ Price .65 i I
debts contracted
any by anyone I I

except myself from this date- 16-oz. one coat-135 sq. it. .......__....... Prig 1.25 I II
FOR YOU'HkoS April 26, 1946. Signed: Al Pickard '

ll17pd. I 32-oz. qt. one coot-275 sq ft. ...._...... Price 2.25 I"I t
i I '
FOR SALE: Fine display of New : : 1-2 gal. one coat-550 sq. ft ................ Price 4.00 I
r- and reconditioned traUera. Small i i

y es,y our tuition up to$Soo per ordi.'iYPA down payment balance like rent. ; 1 gal one coat-1100 sq. ft ................ Price 7.50 ; i!.
school for months We have three lots and carry a ,I'
n.ry year paid 48 I :
of college business or trade school. Sennt.fh'e thousand doll a r s Sold on a Money Back Guarantee l

You also receive $65 per month stock we surely tU solve your I :
living allowance-$90 if have housing problem. Arthur Trailer ,
you I' 'u wvwIIETZNER'S ,
Sales, East main 51. Pabokee. .
drpcndrots. This is the opportunity I
Open from 10 a. tn. to 9P.m. ; i
1(= open upon their discharge. to mm tfch I I
dally including Sunday.
over 18 ((17 with parrots' consent)
1 f ,_ who enlist in the new Reg'dar : : i
Army before October 6. 1945. for 3 rsE r !
t )'W1. Get All the facts at your U.s. :
Army Recruiting Su .on.
:. Cold Preparations I I

COMEAU BUILDING Wrest Palm Beach, Florida IJqS4. Tao4ea. S&hye N.. Drviat2 I : \ .
Vss Oily AI Directed I .

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