Title: Everglades News
ALL ISSUES CITATION THUMBNAILS ZOOMABLE PAGE IMAGE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079910/00441
 Material Information
Title: Everglades News
Uniform Title: Everglades News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Belle Glade ; Canal Point, Fla.
Publication Date: May 31, 1946
 Subjects
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 )
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00079910
Volume ID: VID00441
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32615447
alephbibnum - 001981538
lccn - sn 95026042

Full Text
I
'






.
f>_\%
0
c\
' 3e
\VP


,


1 ::. Eslab/5h eel 1924 5








"Tne Truly Disfinguished Mind

Prefers the Provinces'




}





FRS J DAY


May 31, 1946 PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDIN



CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY


.._
--------- ----- ---------------------------- ----------- - - ----------


RECENT Let's Wash Pahokee's Face


OPERATIONS PAHOKEE '


By Pau1. .Rardin I ;'1 HIGH SCHOOL Is Battle Cry. For Clean Up


---------- -- - - - -
( wvwwwvw
In a determined effort to cleanup
The clean up campaign in progress Filthy Spots Closed the dirt and filth that abounds

in Pahokee is actually get- in several places in Pahokee,
ting some excellent results. VPO 1946 Graduates In Colored Quarters workers have adopted a Dew battle

sparked the drive and sought cooperation -
cry. It is: "Let's Wash Pahokee'sFace.
from civic groups and Marian Jones Geraldine Fred Deputy Hotel Con mbsloner ," The slogan appeared first

city council. Splendid cooperation Nina Ruth Barwick Betty Unwin Tom Grafton closed five filthy on 2 000 circulars circulated

has been shown by aU groups and Mary Mullis Jeanne Crothirds taurant" in the colored see. the town members
throughout by
Venera
Weeks
citizens. Piles and piles of trash Marie Funderburk lion cf Pahokre yesterday aftt'r-
Ruby Williams Imogene Hough of the Veterans Progressive Or-
and have been the noon. lie dosed 100
garbage put on rooms that that
Is
Betty Wetherington Edna Cowart ganization-the group
street for the sanitary department Imogene Tillis Lorene Morgan were deemed unfit for human sponsoring the dean up drive.

to cart off to the dump. The drive Barbara Brown Louise Elarbee habitation. Owners<< 01 250 more The circulars carried a message

is something really worthwhile and Zona Kimball Betty WoodyardI rooms were given until Saturday of importance to every citizen of

should tend to 'lessen chances for Gene Herring Wilton Giddens morning to clean up Of an order this area It is a message that
spread of po1io. Ray Hawk Lynn Walker will be issued for closing these
would stimulate the clean up drh'ein
Basil Todd Kyle.Hatfield I'OOn1s.. Several more plaNs
Reed Milton Carpenter an effort to ward off the deadly
POLIO is ,DANGEROUS! 111 Jasper CarroJ Parker r'iDg food were given orders kiJIer-poUo.

cases it is fatal. But tales to make certain Improvements
many The city council of Pahokee Is
do get started! For instance, I _________ or a padlock will go on the doors.Sir. cooperating wholeheartedly with
------------------
this week, a child in Canal Point T. Grafton wag assisted by Pa- .
: I the VPO and all other civic organ-
wu reported suffering from polio ilouseThHouseIs Memorial Day Is hokee' city officials In the dri\1 izations in the clean up ri\'e. The
and she declared suffering to clean up sane of the filth
finally wu
Subject For Lions ('ounci has provided extra garbage
that abounds In Pahok .
from a severe case of trucks and agreed to stand the ex-
athJete's foot. Rumors. Idle Plan To Raise Cash
gos- pease of spraying the town with
Rev c. A. guest apeaker
Moberg
sip. Loose tongues on men and DDT. Every effort Is being made
r 'omen-aU go to complicate the Community Chest. gave a talk on'rile.. Meaning [ to get citizens to dean their
lituatJon. of Memorial Day" at the Tuesday Stuckey Renamed premises of all trash and filth.
luncheon ,meeting of the Paha- I
It citizens will clean their premises -
Judge Paul Q. Barns of Miami Offida1s.,of the Pahokee.caDal kee Lions Club. Vegetable Group they will aid materially In preventing -
Gerald Williams and Leo Wroten
will 'be the new supreme court Point Community Chest said this the spread of polio. Here
justice u a result of Tuesday's week that donations are Jagging Were welcomed as new members of are a few simple suggestions:
the club. Rupert Mock a Head For New Year
\'QUng. He defeated Raleigh Pet and new,effort must be expended gave Avoid new contacts. Try not to
the Lions State Convention -
on
terry 90,000 to 70000. if the quota Is to be met. Officials report mingle with crowds unnecessarily.
which he aDd several oth-
State Senator Wilbur King of Itt =,000 as the amount needed L. L. Watch these Iymptona. Head-
er local delegates attended in Stuckey of Pahokee was
ZoIfo Springs will replace Eugene to meet charities for the remainder ache, unexplained fever, a cold,
ltd.' Jack.onvi 1e last weekend.E. reelected chairman of the Florida
of even upset stomach may be the
Matthews of Starke on the ran- .
A. the
road eommillion. He defeated Workers han been busy during Veterans Jensen representing Vegetable Committee and Dixon first S'mptOM of Infantile pa-

P red Brown of Tampa 100,000 to the put couple of weeks in an effort Progressive Organization being Pearce of Miami vice-chairman at ralysis.
told of the dean.up campaign
to gather In the needed funds Call your doctor immediately It
60,000. Senator King received a VPO and asked meetings held in Orlando Wednea
sponsored by
but their efforts have 'met with of these
daoine majority in Plhokee and any symptons appeu.
for the of the Lions
cooperation
Canal Point precincts and carried severe back.sets at the hand of day.Other Expert medical care may help
voted to
Club. The Lions join executive committee mem-
Palm Beach vote of the contributing public. Apathy prevent crippling
county by a .
in this hers
whole beartedly campaign and committee directors
were
1,111 to 898. seems to rein during the summer Remember Carry on your norm-
and lend financial assistance if also cl101eD
Rep. Joe PttpJu In Glades coun- months and the workers have be- al activities. Infantile paralysis

ty defeated R. Boa Rep. Elbert come very much discouraged at necessary. Executive committee members cannot be prevented but few- of

Stewart in lIendry county and : times but refine to give up the . -- elected include Louis Fisher, Pom- those stricken develop serious m-

Rep. W. J. lIendry in Okeechobee job until it is finished. pano: Perry Whitehurst Sanford: ness and, with good care, the majority -

county neither bad any opposition The idea ot the Community Children Of Canal and 1. L. Chandler, Goulw Vein make a satisfactory re-

for re-e1ectlon. Rep. C. E. Lanier Cheat Is to stop the dozen and one New directors and alternate di- co\'ery.

of Highlands was defeated by J. drives that are worked every )'ear.i Point School Can rectors of the Florida Vegetable Don't worry about upeMe. If

W. Moore of Sebring. Rep. John i.Officials of the Chest state that Committee named were Fisher; J. polio strike. get In touch with the

Burwell of Fort Lauderdale was the one drive each year will be aU A Ball Jr", Belle Glade; R. Y. Chapter of the National Founda-

decisively defeated by George W. that Is necessary to take care of Food For Hungry Creech Belle Glade; B. C. Pearce tion for Infantile Paralysis close to

Lfalrd for the new state senate aU necessary charitie.s Some Palatka; Perry Whitthurst, San- your home.

neat from Bro'ard county State 'folks have shelled out the pure cold ford: R. L, Garrison. Sarasota; W Don't get overtired. Extreme
'I "
Senator Amos Lewis of Marianna .cash with this in mind while othera I "Suffer the Little Children a J, Whitehurst, Archer: H II lleth fatigue makes you an easier

was defeated for re-election by C. I have given the Chest the runaround I motion picture depicting the heart- cox. UmatilJa; Paul Dickman, Rus- \'ictim.

L. Alford. Sen. James A Frank- I with the remark that they breaking misery of starving children kin; Lucian Thomas Ft M'ers; A. Avoid chills. Don't stay too long

tin retained his seat over the op- will take care of it tater. i in Europe and China was Duda Jr", Oviedo; and M. D. Mc- in cold water.

position of Bob King of Fort I Rupert Mock is assistant treas- shown recently fo the children of Lane, PaJmttto; J. Abney Cox Keep cJtan Wash bands before

fI I'er'oJu9ia will send a new urer of the chest and you may I'the Canal Point School by Junior Princeton; Graham W. Lee Hastings eating Keep flies and other In-

delegation to the legblature-aU' make your contribution direct tohim. Red Cross Director Henri BarnI I ; Dixon Pearce, Miami: J. P. sects away from food.Don't .

incumbents being dtfeattd 1 hart of West Palm Btach HarUfe, Jr. Palmetto; Clarence swim In polluted wattn.

Next Monday morning a group The poignant scenes unreeled by G. Tilden Winter Garden; Allen Avoid removal of tonsils or ade-
-- ... -- :of workers under the direction of the film had a sobering effect on Markham, Okttchobte; and D J. noids prior to and during polio
I: the Canal Point children and Pate Tampa
the season
Woman's Club will make a epidemic
Gold Star Mothers I brought forth the common question -
------- - - - - - ---------
I;house to house canvass in order - ------- ------ -
Honored By Rotary I!that every person In the Pahokee- "What can we do to help?"
Mrs Oliver Hatfield outstanding -
.Canal Point area may have a I
!I leader of the 4.H Girls Club EASY \WAY TO SUBSCRIBE
chance to make a donation. It Is
Five gold star mothers were I at the Canal Point School
f gave
that will be able to
hoped they
plttts: of honor yesterday at Me-I r the answer "Children" she Mid TO
Continued
( on Page 5)
mortal services held by the in effect "nearby school
. your
kee Rotary dub. Rev C. A. Mo- there art several fields In which -p. The Everglades News
:
berg WM in charge of the Ctre- Nazarenes To Have hundreds of bushels of fine vegetablea ..
mony. Mothers who lost sons In such &s lima buns and tomatoes \\tU CANAL POINT, FLA.

the service, and who were honor Daily Bible School are going to waste because .

guests are 'uterday'a program marketing conditions make it 1m- Fill In The Blank Below Send UOO .

were: Mrs E. E. Coleman :Mrs Daily Vacation Bible school will i possible for the farmers to harvest With It And You'U Cd The Paper

W. D. Geiger, Mrs. Otto R. BJeech, begin at the Church of the Nazarene i them. Let us go to the farmers 'f Next Week. .

.frs. \V. A. Howell and Mrs. W. In Pahokt'f on June 26 and obtain permission to gather these

A. Baker. continue until July 7. Rev and vegetables. bring them to our .

Rtv. Moberg tad arranged spec.ia1 Yrs. Luther Shaw of Bethany school can them and lend them tD SAME -,_--- ____; ,_------------- .,
music for the occuion. Robert Okla.. will be the special workers. the hungry and starving children

I' ..;.a ;.,.9 I4mgi.+ad geyaal member at Members 01 the church are looking OTencu." \. .'
his bed turnW d the music. forward ,to a great time and aU Th1a was the answer the children BOX N0. CITY -;-

:Member the A..mtrican.LqioD boys eel girls are invited to attend. were Iftkbr. W. H. JOM" Lcw1I Tear Out This Coupon'JDdl&1J Today .

u4 Auxiliary were also pits fort The thureb will announeefurtttr Friend u4 Ray Hawk, SoW fum-

; tba prorram.I. pw. aUt. (Continued from Nt S) 1

.


"



i I



1






..
...



Page Two The Everglades News CanAl Point Flcrida Friday May :U. 1916

-- -

iii He advocates the diversification : ,,-. R. Jernigan Paul Rardin Harold .

THE EVERGLADES NEWS of industry to maintain \\'ageI I
TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY Rosenberg. G. L. Sims Mary1lson
earners when lumber prices tumble
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region H B. Miller Ellis Walston,
and mills shut down.

Established 1924 Published Every Friday He summarizes: "Our future for I George Kingsley L. V. 1cClelland.Yo .

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance the next 20 years will be mainly D. Geiger Bruce Elam, Wally

(By Russell Kay) determined during the next two Githens A. R. Cbastain J. S.

The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office ... years either by our activity our I Chastain Oscar Chastain Franics

In Canal Point Florida as Second Class Yatter. Perry and Taylor County are I inactivity The Taylor County : Cross Laith Nall Joanna McLeod

stepping out thanks to the energetic -! Chamber of Commerce has been Tommy Griffith A. L. Pope Ray

Paul Rardin Editor and Publisher leadership of a young man formed 80 that we may rule our Hawk Frank O'Connell W. C,

with vision and the courage to ex- future as we see fit rather than Young C. G, Coburn. John Harrington .

Black Market Currency press himself. be ruled by fate's fickle finger:' Grady Boynton, J. R.

the latest black Keep on Taylor County, I Faulk C. R. Wetherington, Edwin
GI certificates for surplus goods are For years, Taylor County has :. your eye I
administration investigating it will go some place under this Dannelly W. H. Jones, Lewis
market currency. The war assets is rocked along satisfied with things

GI use of priorities to acquire goods for speedy re- as they were making little effort I type of leadership. Friend Lewis Davis J. V, Thomas
. W. A. Adams Angus Miller Pope
sale. Veterans can buy up to $25,000 worth of property with to encourage progress and develop- Sears N V. Maxson Otto Coleman -

only the certification of a local WAA office, up to $50,000 ment. Then they elected Joe Party In Honor Of Frank Wilson, L. L. Maxson
Scales. Jr.. president of the Taylor
with sanction of a regional surplus administrator. Bigger
Angus Sims Charles A. Barfield,
Chamber of Commerce and Mrs 1\1. C. 1\forrison I
County
purchases (except machine tools and planes on which there'sno i D. L. Hooks James Miner H. L.

top limit) are checked \Vashington.. things began to happen. I Sears D, L. Friend W P. Pope

their The first thing Joe did was to Mrs. Earl Maxson entertained J D. Kendrick Buchanan
Although veterans must swear the surpluses are for I Latham
turn the from Red to Green. at the, home of her mother, Mrs.
light Sara H. C. and
Shearer
WAA this rule is impossible to enforce A Browning
own use, says
He set about selling Taylor County Morris Adams with a Coca Cola
his mind in hurry" abut going into I Kate Branch.
veteran may "change a to Taylor County folks. Issuing a party honoring Mrs. X. C. Morri-

business after he's bought the property and sell it to hungry snappy weekly bulletin he jammed son of Rochelle Gi. The house I . .

dealers. it pack full of interesting help- was beautifully decorated with CIRCLE PROGRAM

The FBI and justice department are cracking down on ful information. cut flowers" The dining room bble -

violators. Mainly they're after "big operators" who line up Taylor countians were invited to was covered with a lace cover Mrs. R. J. Schrod presented a

veterans to stooge for them in surplus bu'ing.-\Vall Street throwaway their hammers and where the guests were served program on "Evangelism, a Strat-

Journal. buy a horn. A campaign for membership dainty sandwiches decorated tea egy of Peace" at a meeting of the
cakes nuts and cokes. hone Simonson-Lair :
in the organization reached The Circle Pahokee
------------ ----- - -- - -- - - - - - - - -- --
visit with her parents Rev. and into the remotest sections of the oree wore an aqua mesh dress with Methodist WSCS In the church

a corsage of gardenias. I Monday afternoon. Mrs. R. F.
Mrs. T. A. Ferguson. Miss Ferguson county.
Those Invited to meet Mrs. Mor- Hurt spiritual life chairman WI
taught home economics at Scales pointed out that the job
rison were: Mesdames Joe Parker in charge of the devotionals.
Lake Worth High School during to be done was a big one. It wasn'ta

'I the past school term. After a few task for anyone group or clique _0 ___ __ __ ___ __ n___ --_-_-__-_ 0___ ___ __ __ _
days here she will go to Vero but called for unification and cooperation -

Beach for a week's visit. from every citizen. ..Y.JMiJ.YJ lUHjE>Mly.lJ.uuy.Ullnw M .NJ. M IY.IolY.lM IjE.lYl IY.M I.\LQY.P.\
Fred and Percy Mansfield Post
M. D. Ammons and Delmar L. He pointed out that the lack of
90. American Legion will conduct
Hooks are attending the Methodist cooperation and unified action had
a meeting in the city hall Monday Prince Theatre
State Conference In Daytona been the main bar to progress and
night at 8:30 o'clock. All members
Beach this week; development and encouraged citizens -
are requested to be present
.
1rs.Ve Wade and daughters to forget their petty differences
. as the legion pins have arrived ey Pahokee Florida
and get-to-gether for the advancement ,
Ina and have
and will be presented at this Bergetta gone
to North Carolina where they will for all
meeting. WEEK OF JUNE 2nd
Mr and Mrs. W. C. DeLoach join Mr. Wade for the summer. I Discussing the word "co-opera- r '

and family are spending a week's Mr. and Mrs. W P. Jernigan and tion", in a recent Chamber of Com- .

vacation at Jensen Beach. daughter Mary Eleanor left Wed- merce bulletin, he says: "There is ..

Mrs. J. L. Rogers and M. H. nesday to spend several weeks in hardly a person In this County

Morgan of Jacksonville arrived North Carolina.Mr. that does not consider himself or SUNDAY AND MONDAY

here Wednesday to see their sister and Mrs A. R. Harrington I herself cooperative. It is always

Miss Lorene Morgan receive her and daughter, Jeannette returned I the other guy who will not coope- PAULETTE GODDARD

I I rate. You and I are willing to
diploma at the commencement exercises to their home in Canal Point

for the Pahokee High Wednesday night after visiting I I cooperate. We can be counted onto

School graduates In the school relatives in Atlanta for two weeks. I i go down the line with anyone m A:1 1H

auditorium Thursday night. They Mr and Mrs."3. S. Chastain and !j I seeinc e'e.to-eye with us. The //I

will be accompanied on their return daughter. Eleanor have returned other guy, too will cooperate with ?
I I if with his ideas and ATE at11'4ID I1lW E mJ
us we agree 2!
to Jacksonville today by their to their home in Canal Point. Mr I .
sister Lorene and their father and Mrs. Chastain went to Rome. are wining to play the game according -
I to his notions:'
J. M. Morgan Ga.. to get Miss Eleanor who has
"This is not cooperation", he .. .
Miss Mary Collar of Lantana finished her junior year at Shorter .. "" _.
continues. 'Each little group or -- "
and Mrs. Clarence Fleming (Bet. College. .
maintains their individual
ty Lou Ingerman) of West Palm Miss Lucille Lee of arianna is clique smugly TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
the 'of
at
Beach. former Pahokee schoolteachers visiting her sisters Mrs. J. V position expense
the general welfare. If we persist
Thomas and Mrs L. J. Fraser in '
spent the weekend In Pa .
Pahokee. She from I, in avoiding simple give-and-take HHa
hokee visiting Dr. and Mrs. \Y. H. graduated I
cannot possibly
cooperation we
Lair and other friends here. Marianna high school this spring.i '
achieve the results hoped for:
Miss Lillian Gramlin of Marian- rrs. J. V. Fourmy has returned '
I I' In a plain blunt statement of
na was the week end guest of Mr. to her home in Fellsmere after RALPH BEIUM OAVIO BRUCE
facts Joe on to point out
and Mrs I. M. Lair visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Vann 1 goes
I some of the immediate needs of GEORGE COUlO RIS' AllEN /ENMINS 'OA" DURYEA' EDt ARD mRm i.OR13iPAIRICtAYOR1SON
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Phillips and in Canal Point. 'EUlA3TH .M.\P'.A PAlMER JACOOEltt\E deA"1.-; .,,
the Discusssing the lack
Dr L. W. Armstrong took Mrs. Mrs. Minnie Morrison of Ro- county.
of facilities he : "We ALSO
Myers Fountain to the Sun Ray cheelle Ga., Is the guest of Mr, and hospital says -
have been fortunately possessed
Park Sanitorium In Miami on Mrs. Morris Adams for ten days. with Love Laughs and larceny!
with untiring efforts of superior LOpdisd ,
Tuesday for medical treatment. Frank Rozelle Manning I, Keen IS

Charles A. Baker is a patient Rupert Mock and Joe Hatton have doctors over many yeears. Our \
medical men cannot live forever, /
at Everglades Memorial Hospital returned from Jacksonville where
and we must realize our doctors
this week. they attended the State Lions con-
are ding out without replacement.
Mrs. R. L. Odum and daughter. ventlon.Mr. .
Can remember when the last
Judy, of Marion 111., are spending and Mrs. Joe Hatton have we
1 Yet
opened
new practice was
taro weeks in Pahokee visiting returned from Jacksonville and
modem doctors will not practice
Mrs. Odum's parents Mr. and Gainesville Ca. They were accompanied .
unless hospital facilities are available
Mr. E. E. Coleman. Mr. and Mrs. on their return by their
and for 50 we have
Coleman also had u a guest the son, John who Is a student at the years
failed to provide ourselves with a
past week Mr. Coleman's sister Riverside Academy In Gainesville n 4
hospital. We cannot succeed after
Mrs. J. D. Durden ot Swainsboro and Joe Hatton jr., who received .
50 years of failure by minor flurries _. -_.
Ca. his discharge from the Navy at
of activit '. It can only be
11r. and Mrs, Charles A. Baker, Jacksonville after three years In ) THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
done through a broad strong
ofrs. B. W, Wood Mrs. G. B. ser.ice. He served In the South
countywide organization wit
Ramey and son. David, spent the Pacific one year. ,0
strength to do the job and determination -
weekend at Jensen Beach. Mrs B. J. Barnick and Mrs. Pat .
to see it through however
Rev and Mrs. T, A. Ferguson Schoeppel attended the state '
I hard and long the task:
and Rev Oliver lIatfield attended florists' convention In Tampa this

a call meeting of the Methodist Miami week. Touching on the fact that 1,500
I veterans of World War II are returning '
District at Trinity Church In C. E. Wi11ianu Edwin Rice Billy 6e JOCRS 'f0RDON

Miami last week. Speaker at the I I Shirley and Sam Lovell students to Taylor County he asks T *' ;ALK 1AC"AIIY

meeting was Bishop Moore who : at the University of Florida are if Taylor is going to help them ONEWHATYSHC !

recently returned from the Orient I I home with their parents for the find jobs or encourage them DIDI CA UOCOT1'EVE

after spending three months in I summer. through negligence to depend on
I dole and bonta.
China and Korea I Mrs Wally Githens and son and ;I government graft ITeatcts
BENN
I i"Youth with qualities BLYTH BRUCt
I reiI leadership ARDEN ANN
Miss Allie Ferguson will arrive Ir& Bruce Elam are visiting

In Pahokte this weekend for a I ath'eJ in Glenv.'O, Ga., i we desperately need" he says. tr MOOUCIO n
r "has taken a look at the world MICHAEL CURiIZ JERRY MALDUW

outside Taylor County and our ,Mtr MID wtWuJll V :9 C S N C' V If rA! ffeI
-- ----- --- -- - -------- !

i'!,"i'tf\rn\ r' ...(\.N.-N'T\-y. '",\., I stupidity and negligence 15 daily
I I driving away the young men we

I need Those with getup and g..
Fine Clothes For
: HERBERT'S guts and backbone" SATURDAY

:; Men and Women He warns that lean da'sill

I come again and urges citizens to Double Feature

a TAILORED TO MEASURE : prepare for them "Fear gripped

Hare Your Ladies' Clothe Tailored our hearts in the depression but

: B\- A Ian's Tailor now we are riding high. Condi-

lions are good, we're In a boom.

But the hIgher we ride Ute father

AL BE.LCDERBO'X 'e'U fall the bigger the boom the

greater the burst Instead of satt.Ing .

86 AHOKEE down some of this easy money nw tuw.1UJt cwo .

in preparation for lean days ahead
nin h .r n I I 1.w ?rIr
we are living in a fool' paradise"


.





,
1
.l



'PAGE.



,

presentation of annual school Union
Power 'Of Purpose'Attoriley's awards. Out of the 18 awards to Training

graduates, five were received by Guests At Banquet I r Trees Vines Shrubs Citrus
Nina Ruth Ba1'\\ick as follows:
Topic Salutatorian medal for second Members cf the Pahokee First I of all sites and varieties for

highest scholastic average for four Baptist Intermediate Training I
Selection.
To 1946 Graduates years best all-round senior girt Union were entertained at a ban- I your ,
award, American Legion citizen- quet given by the Woman's Missionary LANDSCAPING I II
ship award for girls, Daughters of Union in the Fellowship I

The'School 27 members 1946 Senior of the Class Pahokee be- American Revolution award anc Hail Friday night The hall was I as you like it. 'Ve are organized and equipped to do
111gb general excellence in English decorated for the affair u a garden -
came fuD- edged graduates when award. matting. with a miniature picket ! a thorough job from plans to completion of plauting.

they were presented with diplomas Other graduates receiving a- fence, entwined with pink coral I I I II I
by Carmen Savatore Sr.. School wards were Barbara Brown, vale- vine blossoms and fern encircling ; j As always, you are
Board member at the annual com- dictorian medal for highest scholastic the u\ft. 1 welcome at our I II
mencement exercises held thurs- average for four years and Rev. C. A. loberg, acting as I
day evening in the high school au- an award for the highest scholastic master of ,ceremonies, introduced
; NL'BSERIES: 1100 Southern Boulevard (Route No. 25 at
ditorium.
'I'II
average for the 1945-46 school Mrs. J. J. Carter of West Palm
Charles B. Fulton West Palm year; Jasper Reed, student activ- Beach guest speaker, who gave a I City Limits), West Palm Beach Florida I It (.

Beach attorney, gave the com- ities award for boys; Betty Jean talk 011 oe.carden Glimpses" ALso I i
mencement address, his subject Wetherington, student activities on the program James Barnes pre- t ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO.DAVISCAFE II III
being 'The Power of Purpose." award for girls: Lynn Walker, best sented "meditation moments"; :
The speaker told the graduates all-round Senior boy award and Fay Gilbert and Margaret Powell,
'that their future happiness and general excellence In history clarinet duet; Lee Shirley and
success in life depends largely on I award: Ray Hawk American Frank Gillis trumpet duet: Bar-
the intensity of their desires to Legion Citizenship award for boys I bara Wilkinson vocal solo; lira
do something worthwhile. When I and school band award; Louise C. A. Moberg, vocal solo and Rev.C. .
there is a purpose in one's work I Elarbee Rotary Club essay contest A. Moberg, piano selections.On .
and goals to be reached, life be- I award and school band award: the committee in charge of

comes a rich experience and I Betty Unwdn. Business and Professional arrangements were Mrs. W. H.
achievement an ever ending satisfaction Woman's Club commercial Key, Mrs. Rupert Mock, Mrs. Dave I;
he said I studies award; Kyle Hatfield W. Young, Mr!. C. L. Shirley and ; STEAKS CHICKEN CHOPS
Principal D. D. Caudill made the Denton award for best all.round .Irs. uta Tillis. Plates were laid

'. 'athlete: Milton Carpenter school for M IUest We Specialize In Home Cooking
band award.
(HlttS1 FEVER Non-graduate awards also pre- Old Fashioned BarQ
seated at the exerciseS included
;DUE'TO MALARIA the Ross Bleech Memorial award Classified Ads 14 East Main Street Pahokee, Fla.I ,

($10 in cash) to the best student
RELIEVED in mathematics won by ImogeneSpivey WANT TO RENT house or apart-
666 and the United Daughters ment in Pahokee or Canal Point
BY- .
; of Confederacy essay contest H. L. Swain at Henderson Texaco
Ca6oa Cr our a da.a.d I
award ($5 in cash and a medal, Station in Pahokee. .M31pd.

... -- -. ,-- .- - ,.- - won by Harry Fremd.
.- The salutatory address was SEPTIC tanks and grease traps
EARL GARDNER
given by Nina Ruth BaNick and cleaned and repaired. Phone I

the vnledicitory, by Bar bar aBrown. 35j2, Bob Douthit, Pahokee. M17c
CAR SALE 1kv. J. Richard HeUer E REPRESENTING

I gave the invocation and Rev. C. houses-close in and neatly new,
Richard Moore, the benediction. 'in Pahokee, Liberal terms. Price NEW YORK LIFE
OuriVest Palm Beach store The exercises were preceded by a ,$6,000. C. A. Bailey, Phone 10, ,

has acquired a large stock brief concert by the Pahokee High Belle Glade. StAp26ch INSURANCE CO.

of late model, low mileage, School Band under the direction of R
Bandmaster Robert O. Lampi. The FOR SALE: Fine display of New
1
c e a n cars. Practically
band also played the processional and reconditioned trailers. Small
307 Citizens Building West Palm Death
every make, model or body and the recessional. down payment balance like rent.

type to choose from. We The Pahokee High School 1946 We have three lots and carry a

suggest you act now and graduates: Marian Jones Geral- Seventy-five thousand doll a r 9
dine Fred, Nina Ruth Barwick stock, we surely can solve your -
get a better, newer car. housing problem. Arthur Trailer
Betty Un\\1n, Mary Mullis, Jeanne
Any of these tars can be Cruthirds, Jd a r I e Funderburk, Sales East main St. Pahokee.

bought at or below O. P. A. Ruby Williams Venera Weeks, Open from 10 a.rn.to9p.m.
Betty Jean Wetheringtcn Imogene daily including Sunday. tfch
ceiling with or without ,a
Tills, urene Morgan Barbara HomogenizedVitaniin
trade in. Brown, Eva Louise FJarbee, Edna TWO HOUSES on one large lot
Cowart, Imogene Hough, Zona in Canal Point Both houses
Gale Kimball, Betty Jean Wood- furnished owner leaving, says eeJ1.
I D Milk
TRUCKS I yard, Gene Herring, Wilton Gid- Price $5000. Dan Carpenter, Paho-
:dens, Ray Hawk, Lynn Walker, kee, F1a. St M17ch I
1941 and 1942 Dodge, .Basil Todd, Kyle Hatfield, Jasper J,
Chevrolets Milton and Car- LAND FOR RENT: 2U acres lake ---0--
and White Reed Carpenter
bottom land near Pahokee for
to 2 ToeRANS rol Parker.
I
lVr .. rent. Equipped with farm build- AVAILABLE AT YOUR
I ings, ample ditches, bridges etc.
Canal Point School Call Belle Glade 103. JUch I GROCERY STORE

FOR SALE: Saddle Horse Equipment I I
301 S. Dixie Highway Has Promotional Cowboy.. Supplies, The : --0--0-- I
Hitching Post, 211 Hammond I
'Vest Palm Beach, Fla.
Phone 7020 I Day Exercises Road Pompano Fla 4Tp : : LFA I

FOR S.\LE: One 22 Caterpillar
.... __u_
------- Elick Pahokee.
tractor Chaney
. Promotional day exercises were !
-
-- - May 3lpd
held at the Canal Point School on

is. have Friday for sixth grade pupils who i FOR SALE: Farmall F-12, robber i I Ii ,
successfully completed their tires, perfect condition, just
I Phone Belle Glade Fla.AAAAAAAA4A4
work at the school and are now overhauled ideal for pulling spray i 20 j
ready to enroll in junior high.
rig or culti\'ating. Phone 558 cr
school. I !
see Joe Thompson in Pahokee. J13c
SOME'MEN ARE Clarence Bowman, Okeechobee

KNOWN 8Y TNr/ High School faculty member and FOR SALE: 15 inch exhaust fan .
I - - --
DEEDS"OTHERS BYTHERA10RTGAGES. recreational director gave the and iron baby bed. n. D. Fields
promotional day address. Franklin at the Tasty Sandwich Shop in Pa-
Howell gave the welcome address; hokee. J1c D
Joann Platt the class history; Ada
i. Tillman the class prophecy: Mary FOR SALE: A howe full of fine Our Glades Patrons

Eleanor Jernigan the class will furniture, cafe equipment Al
and hazel Altman the farewell Pickard. Canal Point Fla ltpd
address. The sixth grade pupils ---- Receive a high priority rating in this store. 'Ve
FOR S.Ul1940 Will}'!, 4 door
joined in the singing of the commencement
and anxious to those who
Deluxe Sedan, can be seen at are always ready serve
song and the class song
and a sextet sang, "Tbe Merry Pickards CAfe, Canal Point or busy themselves several months in the year producing

Ufe". Miniature diplomas were Call 2951. ltpd food 're realize the rush during the producing

presented to the sixth graders by FOR SALE: Lot 11 in hospital months, and make it a point to get your
members of the first and second
block in Pahokee. See Mack merchandise to you with as little delay as possible.IT .
grades. Rev. Oliver Hatfield led
Todd. M3lpd2tttNTED
the devotionals.
The sixth grade pupils promoted : Ru estate saluman IS A GENUINE PLEASURE

Most were Ada Tillma.n, Gloria Stuart, full or part time in Pahokee and TO BE OF SERVICE TO THOSE
property owners are Joyce Shirah, Joann Platt, Joyce Canal Point, See C. A. Bailey, I "110 PHOnUCE SUCH LARGE

known by their good judg- McCall. Mary E. Jtrnigan. Linda Belle Glade Fia. 5: M31.1
Cowart Haul Altman. Bobby (! FOOD CROPS
ment in insisting upon full White, Benny Thompson Truman FOR SALE: Mood A pick-up, also D
one farm horse. Dr. D. S. Spoon-
Riffey J. 1H Suggs Franklin
coverage protection for all Howell Vernon Frady Jean Harts.ley er. P&ckee. SUI31pd2t.n'E I

heir assets. and Dorothy.Lewis.Mr. . ROOM house for aa1e. See Halsey & Griffith
owner, Virginia Cate Phone
and Yn. Rupert )Mock lit. 3751, No Altcta. W12tch.WA.r .
O. R. BLEECH and .In.. uw Friend, Yr, and I Erie -\\TZr PALM BEACHMUTILATED -
Mrt. 1ba4cS wt6des1 and Krt. W.H. : Laundry to do Mrs.
INIUBANCJ) rAJlODE
Slay returned 'n.tadAy from KttD CaW Point F1& 1131.

,..4> A A _w- i tArae-day trip to IaT&u Q1N 2-t-et.
:



MUTILATED 'PAGEune






oJ'.I ....1I ..i7"alf


10.Is Date For - -' NEW FLIGHT TIME f I m.. Arcadia 10:20: a. m. and arriv-

ing in Tampa at 10:57 a. m.
Pahokee Baptists WEST PALM BEACHPlantation The return flight to Miami will

Vacation School Air Lines early this week an- make the same stops on its pres-
pounced changes in its daily flight ent schedule, leaving Tampa at 2

from Miami that will allow passengers p. m. Passengers from other poinb

The annual Vacation BIble Mr. and Mrs. Willie Stokes of making a round trip to I ill thus have three hours in Tam-
School of the First Baptist Church Tampa an extra hour
in for
business
Tampa.
Pahokee announce the birth of a I pa or shopping.
of Pahokee will begin Monday Donna Lea at the Morning flights will leave Miami i President Sam Collier said the
daughter, EverI
June 10 and will continue through I at 1:50 a. m. with stops at West change was made to improve conditions -
glades Memorial Hosspital on May i
June 21. The registering program Palm Beach at 8:35 Clewis-
23. : a. m., and in response to suggest-
will begin Sunday June 9 in the I ton 9:10: a. m.. Fort M'ers 9:35 a. 1 (Ions from pas.sengers.
Sunday School. Those of the oth- Mr. and Mrs. Dave W. Cunning- s
ham of Pahokee announce the
er Sunday Schools may register
birth of a son Harry Enecks at "
exer-
on Monday. The graduation i
cises will be conducted the night of the Everglades Memorial Hospital

Sunday June 23. A most cordial on May 23.
to all in this Mr, and Mrs. Carroll J. Harvey
invitation is extended 14th
Article
area through the Intermediate of Chosen announce the birth of a Baptist Of Faith

son Carroll J., Jr., at the Ever-
age. There will be 'no charge.
The picnic will take place at the glades Memorial Hospital on May
"Baptism and the Lord's
close of the school presumably 23.Mr Supper"UVe
The and Mr3. Wiley E. Culber-
Friday June 21. department
superintendents are Mrs. Claude son of Ctroal Point announce the

Jones Beginner Dept.; Mrs. W. birth of a son, Wiley E., Jr., at

Kemp Primary Dept.. Mrs. M. Un- the Everglades Memorial Hospital believe that Christian Baptism is the im-
win, Junior bept.; Mrs. C. A. Mo- on May 26.
berg, Intermediate Dept. SJWlary Barbara O'Connell . .. mersion in water of a believer, into the name of

. CARD OF Th ANKSSS'ords
t Mr and Mrs. Frank H. O'Connellof the Father, and Son, and Holy Ghost: to show
l\lusicalTreat By
Canal Point announce the en- : are too feeble to express
forth in solemn
and
a beautiful emblem
Sunny South Quartet gagement of their daughter Sgt. our sincere thanks to our many our

Mary Barbara O'Connell to Fran- dear friends and neighbors in Pa- faith in the crucified, buried, and risen Saviour,
One of the,finest musical treats cis Thomas Sganga, Jr., son of hokee and throughout the Glades
in the history of this area was Mr and Mrs. Francis Thomas who so faithfully stood by w during with. its effect, in our death to sin and resurrection _

the concert presented by the Sun- Sganga, Brooklyn. N. Y. the long months of illness and b
a new !life: that it is prerequisite to the
ny South quartet, Tuesday even Sgt. O'Connell was graduated death of our husband father and

ing, at the First Baptist Church from Pahokee High School and attended stepfather, W. A. Maxey. Also for .privilges of a church relation; to the Lord'g Supper -
of Pahokee. The varied program F. S. C. W. at Tallahassee the many beautiful floral offerings. ,. -
of solo and group selections with and the University of North Caro- Please remember that each prayer, ;which the members of the church by the
piano accompaniment of a masterful lina. 1fr. Sganga was recently discharged kind word or deed was deeply appreciated. -

degree will not soon be forgot- from the Army and b May God richly bless I sacreduse t of bread and wine, are to commemorate -
to the rafters" Island Uni- each of ).ou. )
ten by the "packed now attending Long
congregation that was fortunate versity. The wedding will take Mrs. W. A. Maxey together the dying lore of Christ ; preceded

enough to get into the building.It place in the fall. and. family. always by solemn self-examination."
will be of interest and satis- . -

faction to all of the plan of Rev. UNION MEETSMembers Mr. and Mrs. Jest Walton had Paid Advertisement of
the
I
C. A Moberg to present this of the Pahokee BaptistWoman's as guests he put week their son. ,
quartet in a special program this Missionary Union con- 'Jake M. Walton of Oralndo and i First Baptist Church Pahokee Fla.

Fall under the auspices of the ducted a business meeting at the their granddaughter Miss Jean iI iI iI I

Pahokee P:T. A., of which he is church Monday afternoon with i Egger of West Palm Beach. I

the re-elected President. Mrs. J. C. Mock. president, pre- I ""
.- -- -------- --- - ... ___ .___J
siding.
MEN'S BIBLE CLASS Mrs. F. G. Gillis Sunbeam leader. .
The Pahokee Men's Bible Class announced that after the meet-

continues to enjoy good attendance ing on Friday afternoon May 31, w140y011

and hopes to average fifty the Sunbeams will be disbanded

during the summer season. The until fall. Irs. Mock reported

Class Quartet will present its that a SS'MU quarterly district
usual program of two numbers this meeting will be held in Delray JyI1ly ONe

Sunday, accompanied by the pastor Beach on July 25. rrs. Stella 1rul-

Rev. C. A. Moberg. The lesson lis led in prayer.
"Friends at Bethany" as found in ------ .. ..-- I

Mark 14:3.9: 38-42. will be present :SEW SERVICE i of/he best dn lers in

No communist heyday is TA1IPA-1he Eastern Air Line3

predicted before the return of announced this week that service

Jesus for ")'e have the poor with would start immediately includ-

you always" The question of Interest -I ing air passengers, mail and express -! YOUR COMMUNITY ?
is "why the poor in this between Tampa and San 1
world of plenty?" A most cordial i Juan, Puerto Rico. The announce- I

invitation is extended to all unaf-I ment came in the form ot a wire

filiated men of this community I from Capt. Eddie Rickcnbacker to

visitors and service men in and Mayor Curtis L. HL out of uniform. The class meets' aeronautics board recently granted II

Sunday morning..at.9: 5. I National Airlines permission to ['I1 ii ( Y1 :i.i IH1

WOULD MODERNIZE operate. Cuba.between Tampa and Havana I

OUR CONSTITUTION ---. .

LAKELAND-Provislon for a R. L. Odum of Marion. Ill, ar- Ltt' bl hOllsl, now ,1 remember ,our oust safety and that of Jour 1.1",1 drpend cc the U'1 Jon J'lf.m .

constitutional convention to create rived to his wife and
Tuesday join NO m NO mo NO
a "modern constitution" and daughter in Pahokee where
lengthening of the legislative ses- have been her they Mr. 0 1. Do you always signal be0 0 4. Do you obey traffic lights 0 0 I. Do'OU know and observe
visiting parents fore turning or coming to a -tven when you're in a the rules of the road in your
sion were advocated by Thomas D. and Mrs. E. E. Coleman, for the atop (never play guessing hurry? community?(Frankly,now,
Ikasley of DeFunlak Spring, past two weeks. They plan to r3mes with the driver be- have you ever looked them
speaker designate for the 19t7 return to their home in Illinois today. hind. you)? 0 D.from Do you drive in an d turn up?)
the traffic lane?
proper
houses of representatives, in an .
o 0 2. Do you always rome to a
address here. full stop at a stop sign 0 0 6. Do you 1"$1 to did 0 0 ,drlvin Do you keep alert when
-watch traffic?
NOTICE (never roast through)? beforedriVU1gThink.oow, IO
---_. . . Notice is hereby given that the City before answerinr.)
Council of the City of Pahokee rlonda. D. the pedes- 0 0 10. Do you drive within the
will on Tuesday the 25th day of June,
A. D. 19-16 lit u a Board of Equalization trUn a break wen tAout' AI 0 0 7. Do you drive with extra speed Umits-never yield to ,
PALM EACH for the purpose of equalizing the may not jar the right of caution in fog, rain or snow the temptation to do iii ttle
UW5.'lntnti of real and personal prop.erty way? (You walk too.) and 00 wet or icy pavement? 1ow altitude ftyin'l
lying In the City of Pt.bobe. FlorIda -
COUNTRY CLUB IUbJKt to tauUon for the fear
19-16. Any person dt'ilnng to contest or 10ns. .w.rt-A"yow really IMt good! 'P. S. Take another look at your SCOtt..Would your
GREET1IEKENDS FEES aggrieved at such assessment bt
: may
.
heard on uld diU. I to 10YES.. .w.rt-Good dn'liq. W. need more family and friends rite you the same?
n Witness my hand u City Clerk of of YON! Seriously, don't you wish when you and your
the City of Paboku. Florida
pursu-
WEEKD.\\'S
$1.50 ant to ordinance No. 23 of said City I_YES u.w.tt-Faarm'1"' You ntwstintprora family are on the streets that all driven could truth6to -
SEASONAL 1E.'mEuslllrs: this 29th day of Mar. \. D. 1948. fully answer fnto aU ten questions 1 Of course you
W. p Walker tats thlll-YES..".w.tt-Poordn'ri"t. U',1wdtJ do-and the ant driver feels the same way about
Indltldtill Clnk.
$60 plus tax Pub: Mar 31. June City 1. 14. 21. 1948 joy bvublt; possible injury and Striota financial loss it. So tart today to Improve your score.
Family . 475 plus tax i
NOTICE OF SALE
Sandwich and Notice Is given that by future of execution
wuf'd br the CIRCUIT COrnTOf'
Bar Service PALM BEACH COUNTY FLORIDA I
dated 11 diY of July 1940. against J r
PETTY In the cast of himself VI. Ron-
nit Petty being caw SQ. lUn therein, CHECK YOUR CAR !
tn the principal sum of Uoo 00 with
Interest casts and tees to bt added r
thereto: that I. JOHS F KIRK. These" tbt -" "tk"II'"turtlth",will Hlu.i"J
k SHERIFF OF PALM BEACH COUNTY
HUDSONTERRA FLORIDA bare dulY levied lAme on an is thl Ptlil Traffic Safes] Check:
undivided half interest owned by the
PLANE laid J r In PETTY hm Beach In the Countr.following Florida landtlocatt'd lIAKIS-Do they need adjustment? How about the hand brake?

Fur proper service by trained to 'it, Lots 11. 11, 19. k 20 tn Block LIGHtS-Do any bulbs need repladng? Are headlights properly
mechanics and for Hudson In 11. the Towaslte of Lucerne ac.
genuine cord nc to plat of Palm Beach FarnuCa F focused and aimed? Are tail and stop lights in good
Puts see your authorizt'd Na 2. recorded in Plat Book: Na 2. condition?
pages 9 to 40. in the Office of Clerk of
dealer. Circuit Court of Palm Beach County tillS-Are they all in we copdiaon? (No cuts time breaks,
Don't dtl.1) Put your car in Florida; that I 1rtll offer same for excessive wear?)
sale to the highest bidder for C'L\h bt-
shape for summer driving. Delays fore thtest front door of Palm Beach WINDSHIELD WI'IIS-Do they operate satisfactorily? Do bhies

art costly.Mortensen. of COunty sale Courthouse on the tat during day of legal July. hOWl 1948; j rw Mc.1roMc Saher OMa need replacing?

Motors this the 2a JOHN day of F.lIu.JtIRJt.1m Sheriff rOM'I P kii.LiIt HOIN-Does it operate easily and when you need its

1314 South Dixie Phone 9612Wwt Ida.By Palm. Beach Ca.mty. Floe PWalgosYn4Ab.wlsMac lot Are there any other safety items that need attention such a.

Palm Beach Flt.rwwuwnmuw. Ii John HcKendrtct.. ==ArC WITH::.:= raring, defects in glass reu view mince, cyder, etc? (liars .
Deputy Sheriff AISOaATIOt4 Of 0tIPS Of to\Q t.beIe checked rtsululy.)
Pub.: War 11, June 1. U. :1. :s. 1946
.



Friday, y 1, 1946 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Ptg litre


CLASS PARTY mended assistance for both County GOOD WILL TOL'RLAKELANDAn

Solicitor W. E. Roebuck and I II
The "Teen-Agers" class of the event in the : l
State Attorney Phil O'Connell. BERRY FUNERAL
Pahokee Church of the Nazarene, annals of education will be ex ROMEi
But the announcement about I
taught by Mrs. Depere, held their perienced by a class of 50 Florida I i I
second class party at the home of Catts gave no indication of any re-
students, who, under the auspices I Ambulance Service i
Nina and Ina Russom. The presI- lation between the two deYelop- of Florida Southern College at I iI
dent, Guen Gant, was in charge of ments. Court records included a I Iwill"
Lakeland, will combine a "good I
the business after which games letter from Roebuck to Judge E.
tour with a thirst for know- ; Pahokee Ph 2301 Belle Glade Ph 247 I
were played. Other officers of the G. Newell in which Roebuck him- I
this Summer i
year's
ledge during ;
organization are ": Billy Ray Mo self, under authority of a 19U i school session. iI i iI

ley, vice president; Vonn Ell Davis, law, appointed Catts 83 assistant. I The group will leave for Guate- I
secretary: James Brady, treasurer. Court employes understood Roe-
mala to spend a month sampling
There were 20 In attendance. Delicious buck and his son and daughter
the customs, heritage, beauty and -
refreshments were served I were going on a trip. knowledge in Central America's"Land I ,,1i
6.
by the hostess. -
of the Maya". Headquarters i !
.
.
TENT CITY
for the school sesssions will be I

Sidney Catts NamedRoebuck's GAINESVILLE-A tent city on Antikua Founder, ancient of the capital new city.educative I Animals Need i ii

Assistant the campus of the University of
feature is Dr. Ludd M. Spivey,
Florida has'been the home all this
president of Florida Southern who i
SIdney J. Catts, jr., son of the week of 250 of Florida's leading spent the summer of 1945 in Gau- i
4.H club boys at their 21th annual Health
late World War I governor of Florida temala completing! arrangements.
was sworn in as assistant short course. I

county solicitor in Criminal court R. W. Blacklock, boys' club I' .. i .". . I Iii
"Tuesday. agent with the state agricultural House To House-
The action came a few hours aft- extension service, Is in charge of I

er the grand jury, reportIng 88 ac- the course which opened Monday I f ,
Continued from 1 Remedies
tive cases in the court files, 21 of with 40 countIes fo the state rep- page ii
raise the remainder of the $6,000. :
them six months old, had recom- resented.
Those who have contributed to I .

date are as follows: I I ;
I
W. H. Webb 5.00 : I
.J! i !
E. J. I.: r25.oo
Carlton :: I
t C. A. HatchelOf' i:t .. 25.00 : There is nothing better for treatments : !

ANNOUNCING . . Pat Carroll .. 2.00
than the famous Dr. LeGeal's
Vinson Henderson 25.00W i
A. Cook 5.00 i i I
and Sale a :
Display ;
Jack Peacock 1.00 medicines. Poultry and cow prescripI: I
'
Home Town Bakery 25.00J.

OF THE FAMOUS J. Chastain 17.00 .: ; tions, IJoultl'Y tablets, poultry worm i
WILLYS UNIVERSALJEEP [J Jack Spencer 25.00 ;
I II
Shirley Brothers 25.00 tablets, hog remedies and dry disinfectant -
Glades Mercantile Co. 35.00 I i i

Geiger Lumber Co. 33.00 '
Rice Mercantile Co. 20.00 powder, sprayers, dog rem- !


Which goes to the'job-wherever it is Mr American. Mrs. W.Legion P. Jernigan Au.x 20.00R. 10.00 ; !' edies, flea po\rders, insecticides and ,

ITS A TRUCK-IrS A TRACTOR-IT'S A Q Elmer. J. Simonson Jones 100.00 25.00N. I a full line of garden tools I

RUNABOUT-IT'S A POWER UNIT! 1 Y. Clothing Store 15.00 I
Pioneer Co. 5.00 ; ; I
Drug H 1 1I 1I
ALSO WILLYS CARS AND TRUCKSAshley's Nola's Shop 25.00K I (@ I
I II"
& J Store 25.00 !, I
,
Pahokee Dry Goods 50.00 H I '
Western Auto 150.00 I ::1

u Garage Chas.Prince Greenwald Theatre 100.00 15.00 ;H I I t

KILGORE :
Bolton Drug Co. 10.00 SEED CO.
Avenue E Belle Glade Fla. Phone 126 Kahn Store 100.00

Pahokee Supply Co. 25.00 ,
m Don Hillier & Sons 8.33 Pahokee Belle Glade : I

Fred T. Hickerson 100.00W.

-" -" -. H. Vann 100.00 Phone 3201 Phone 106 !
Hull Packing Co. 100.00 I
a aacaaa a Chastain Farms .300.00 II I II II I

a P. & L. Store 25.00L.

W. Thompson 2.00
WANTED Mrs. J. C Tabb 5.00C.
YOUR aNOSPI C. Barlow 2.00 1 I ----- !

Ennis Cafe .10.00 i i!
MEEOS Q Sally Ann Todd 20.00

.HfIP NURSES o Q Paul Vandegrift-Williams Rardin 100.00 20.00 I H SILKALITE H, ;i



1 'i Enroll for training in the Proud 0 ---...- $1,135.33 : : PRODUCTS H Hi :

Profession of Nursing and rea Children OfContinued i I II
I
'I-.' reh-e the equivalent of a College : 1
wsnIu nnsninwnm..an ( from page 1))
.*s Education ers who had fields of lima beans :
I Ij
-ww* 0 and tomatoes going to waste, said

"Help yourself to all you want," LIQUID TRANSPARENT I II
i j -
and the Canal Point children went

The Orange General Hospital to work. On Tuesday they flocked I Finest Finish For
:
to the fields and started picking ,
ORLANDO, FLORIDA the vegetables. At the school Mrs.
Hatfield and her 4.1 girls and Boats Bar Tops Furniture

Conducts an accredited Nurses Training School offering several mothers of the chIldren I I II

every facility for training student nurses.It started preparations for canning. H I .
Miss Bertha Hausman and 1m. i
has unusual class rooms-science_ laboratory"demonstration Michaud, County Home Demonstration ; i

room facilities, with an experienced and agents brought over canning 'I

capable teaching staff. ( equipment from West Palm Recommended Coverage I
Beach and joined in the 'ork. Several :
:

Student nurses get complete maintenance with three bushels vegetables were : 4-oz. one coat-30 sq. ft. ..._....._....... Price $ .33
weeks annual \8cation. processed Wednesday afternoon
and the work continued all through 8-oz. one coat-65 sq. ft. ........___....... Price ..6516oz.
Thursday of this wtek.
They }live in comfortable nurses homes, with ad- Children taking part in this humanitarian one coat-135 sq ft. ......___...... Price 1.25

equate room for home life-recreation-and enter.tainmentsupervised project include Norman 32oz. qt. one coat-275 sq. f t. ............ Price 2.25 ,
by carefully chosen house Q Coleman, Buddy Parker, Charles

mothers. i Griffith Tommy Burns, Hal Rosen- 1-2 gal. one coat-550 sq ft. ................ Price 4.00
berg, Gene Conner Ouida Dixson I

0 I Roztlle Dixson. Joe Parker. Wanda 1 gal one coat-llOO sq ft ................ Price 7.QO !
There is an urgent need for graduate and student 0 I Scott, Barbara Scott Frances \VilQ I

nurses to care for returned war veterans and civilian I son, Bonnie Miller, Bernard Yates, Sold on a Money Back GuaranteeIIETZNER'S \

Iktients D I"arknes Duncan, Jackie Sims, I
Gloria Stuart, Ada Tillman Franklin .

If you are a high school graduate bettiKen 18 and 34 I; Howell, J. Lee Suggs. Benny ,

years of age, of sound mental and physical health I Thompson and Joann Platt. Hats

and of good character, you are urged to enroll for I off to these children and to Mrs. I

Fall classes at the Orange General 1I03pital. Orlando, I I lIattitld and the other adult ; !t tE
Florida. whose joint efforts mad this good E
work pogsible.
..
I --
THE HARDWARE STORE
Don't deJa)'. For complete informationrontad, Hospital Next Monday a house to hOUR I
Dirtttor of Sursing. canvass win be started to raise I MAIN STREET BELLE GLADE, FLA.

the remainder of the 19-6 budget i

for the Community Che.st. Will' t
you help! I



MUTILATED PAGE



-- -- -
COllilcilHas wscs To IEET TUESDAY I r:COACH AT ST. )L\RrS --'
City I
Cinematic Chatter HOME The WSCS of Canal Point Methodist Raymond B Cagnl, recently dis-

By Malcolm Millar church will meet next Tues ,,charged from the army, has been
Busy Evening Of ,. From The day afternoon at the home of Mrs. employed as coach at St Mary's
Tommy Griffith at 2 p. m. i in Miami.
The Sunday-Monday screening 'WARWilliam . I . ,
Serious Business
at the Prince Theatre
brings one
The Pahokee-Canal Point Com
Help the needy in one drive. The
of the moat talked about pictures C. (Billy) DeLoach, Jr", munity Chest needs your help. Community Chest will end the

Morris B. (Frock) Baxter: told produced in some time. This fireman l-c, received his discharge Monday you will be given oppor- various drives and get the job
this DeWBpaper Thursday afternoon picture is "The Diary of a Chambermaid from the Navy at the Jacksonville tunity to make a contribution. done all at one time. Give!
Base of last
Navy on Thursday
that he had declined
ap- "
a story that brings week after two years in the ser-
po1nfmtDt as a member of the
Pahokee forth some revelations With such vice and 15 months of overseas
polite dtpll1meet.
spice and gusto that make this duty in the Pacific area. Billy
was wounded in action off Okinawa. -
Pahokte's new city council met picture a "mu.st" in any cinema
fans "daily reminder." He has the Purple Heart
again Tuesday night in regular medal and two battle stars OD his
In the LONG DISTANCE
top starring role ia Paul-
8tssion-tilis time with one of ette Goddard, contributing a gay ribbons. He arrived at the home
the new members-Frank Y. and charming portrait as Celestine, of his parents Yr. and Mrs. W. C.

Shaughnessy-absent. New Members the chambermaid. Burgess Mere DeLoach, Sr" in Pahokee last Friday CALLS ARE STILLINCREASING
and plans to enter Pahokee
Lair and Hillier were in their dith, whom we have always re-
High School next fall for a post-
garded as a romantic actor, delivers -
spots at the big table as were which
graduate course, following
such a fine piece of character -
Councilmen Mackey and Geiger. work in this piece as to place he will enroll in Georgia Tech.

A vast amount ot important business him at the top as a high ranking

was attended to and more character acter. William Weathers, seaman l-c,
plans made for smoother operation Tuesday Wednesday b r I n g s was recently released from the
of the city in the future. Deanne Durbin and Ralph Bellamyas Navy after a little over a year in
Chief of Police Altman Morgan co-stars in "Lady on a Train". the service and eight months of
recommended t hat James Eo which is one of the most baffling overseas duty in the Philippine The volume 01 Long Distance taIls
Batchelor, patrolman, be replaced mysteries of a "murder-on-a-train" area. He is now visiting his broth-
Yr. that have squirmed in er-in-law and sister, },fro and Mrs. Between towns
by Morris (Frock) Baxter. you through keeps right on growing.
Batchelor was given two weeks some time. An imposing cast of I Bobby Shackford, in Pahokee.It's .

notice with pay and should he find some of the leading feature artists and cities only a few miles apart, folks
another job in the meantime he of Hollywood lend their talents i1 Civilian J. W. (Sweetpea)
will lie allowed to discontinue his ;making this a very memorable ex- Jones today and bas been since the are making one-nth more calls today -
services at that time. Mr. Baxter perience for you 16th of May. Lt. Jones received

goes to work at $195 per month. On the same bill comes another .his discharge at Camp Shelby, than during the. peak of the wartime -
Councilman Victor Geiger made clever show that you wont want Miss., and arrived in Canal Point
a motion that Ex-Chief Albert to miss . "Hold that Blonde" at the home of his mother a few load.
Gant be given two weeks extra pay with Eddie Bracken and "petite"Veronica days ago He arrived in the States
Lake in roles. from Japan on May it after 26
as a vacation gesture by the coun- starring
cil. The motion passed and City Veronica is seen as an unwilling months Ben'ice overseas During As a result of this postwar rush
Clerk Walker will issue Mr. Ganta jewel thief in the show who runs the 26 months overseas "J. W"
check for $100.00. across the path of Bracken, and spent some time on Guadacanal, of hort.haul calls there is lik"ly to
John T. Pickett, engineer was he fan in love with her. The Luzon and finished up in Japan
engaged by the city to establish action comes fast and furious from proper. He wears a flock of rib- be souse delays 011 calls to nearby
boundary on West Main street in that point on. With Bracken and bons, among which are: the Amer-
order that property owners, whoso Lake starring together you are assured ican theatre of Operations, the points until the necessary materials
desire, may build new homes of one of the most hilarious Asiatic-Pacific ribbon, two battle
Mr. Pickett will also establish nights at the theatre you have ex- stars, the Victory medal, Occupation I can be obtained and additional circuits -
grade levels throughout the city. perienced since forgans Creek." ribbon, Philippine Liberation
Permission WM granted the Boy Thursday-Friday Joan Crawford, ribbon After a couple of weeks provided to relieve cOJl estion.
Scouts to use city property on with Jack Carson and Zachary of honest-to-goodness loafing he
Bacom Point road measuring- Scott as her leading men and an plans to take up diesel engineering
200x320-for recreation grounds. imposing cast of featured players un d e r Uncle Sam's tutelage In the meantime, e"erlthing poSe
The Scouts hut is located on the headed'by Eve Arden present "Mil- through the G. I. Bill of Rfgths
same tract. A bill for $1500 was dred Pierce", a story filled with ... Bible is being done to handle nil calls
presented by Chief Morgan for drama just suited to the dramatic GETS UCE."SEVinsoD
radio equipment for the police de- talents of Miss Crawford. Henderson received his promptly
partment. The $1500 covers a Saturday the usual 'double featured private pilot's license this week .
small broadcutfng station and two program" is headed by Boris after a flight teat at Lantana alr-
receiving seta for the two patrol Karloff In "Isle ot the Dead" which port. Yr. Henderson wu a student -
of the Glades Aviation SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY
W'I The council authoriud is a horror picture designed to com
purchase of new Vmtian blinds 'fee yourplne.N pany, headed by W. E. (Bill) Golden "hewpratd
for the two rooms in the city hall I The western show stars Bob in Pahokee.

to be used for the radio equipmfnt. Mitchum, an up-and-coming young
-'-
The council authorized Sl00 In Western actor and lovely Barbara - - ----

cash to buy playground equipment Hale in "West of the Pecos," a
for the recreational park OD Bacom lane Grey story.
Point road The money will be See you at the movies-Mat

used to buy small equipment such . .
as soft balls, bats etc., it was

pointed out by Recreation Director 'Vould Recall U. S.
Steve Brown.Marvin WEED KILLER
Cowart, superintendent Sen. Claude Pepper I 0a
of streets and sidewalks and buildIng E:
inspector, who has been receiv- ORLA 1)O-James G. Horrell,
ing S4S weekly received a boost Orange County legislator, Early
in his pay-up to $60 per week. this week issued the following
The council agreed to stand expense statement: flu l4-11

of sending R J. Schroder of "After listening to Senator
the waterworks to the University Claude Pepper's disgraceful radio a a
ot Florida June 5, 6, 7, to attend outburst against the President of 0 Q

an extension course for water- the United States, following President 0 AtCostQ
works workers It was pointed out Truman's address to congress,
that Mrs W. J. Larrimore is to be calling for restrictive labor legislation -

retained as city librarian in which the Senator virtually -
Mayor T. C. Richardson appeartd called the president a liar,
before the council with further j I I I am thoroughly convinced that Q
ttcommendatlons. He sought cooperation -' senator Pepper no longer represents In co-operation with the Veterans Progressive Organi-
of the group in extending I the feelings or opinions of a

fire limits in the area south the people of Florida. zation's clean up campaign and in the interest of our
of the Belle Glade road He also : "AccordingJy, I shall at the next a

asked that definite plans be made session of the legislature introduce 1 communuity's health \ve are offering 2, 4.D Weed Killer
to carry out installation of sewerage :a joint resolution memoralizing the ,

and suggested a concern for i Senate of the United States to ex- at cost to person who will use it for destroying un-
the council to contact to get plans I pet Senator Pepper from that body any
tndtrway The council took his j on the grounds that his public
I wanted vegetation in the business residential section
two suggestions under advisement statements and actions conc1ush'eI or 0Q
and will act on them officially at I show that he b committed to
the next meeting I political philosophies utterly con.trary of Pahokee
Howard Holman of the Veterans to the principaL upon which
Progressive Organization told the the government ot the United
council of t'ltan-up plans and ask.ed States Wa founded and that he is .
-\peration of the city group for that rea."On so odious to the
which was promised. citizen of Florida that they can- a

.. not longer tolerate his misrepresentation -

Mrs. J. B. Cruthlrd returned to of them.
I "I shall at the time introduce I M1 P1 Holman Inc.
her home in Pahokte on Thursdayof
last week from Good .mritAn resolution proposing an amendment -
I to the Constitution of the
Hospital. West Palm Beach where
State of Florida that
she was taken recently for medical providing
treatment and observation.tea the people of this State may, by TELEPHONE 1631
the mechanism of recall withdraw FERTILIZERS INSECTICIDES
----- .---
from the Senate of the United
The Pahoktt-CanaJ Point Com States or from the national House
HAMPERS CRATE MATERIALAAAAAAAAAAAA1AAAAA,111ALh4AAjpriAiP
munity Out wants and needs of pl'fMntatn'es any member
your help to comp te the 1944budget. who ceases to represent the true
Monday worked will call wUbe.-, feelings and desires of thepeople
OD )"OU. Will you do your put! of the State of Florid&" .



r











May 31, 19t6 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Page SeyeD
-

Seniors Are Guests Plans Progress On Barbara Dalton Wins P.\HOKEE BAPTIST CHURCH I I preach.soloist. .The Mrs.Training Moberg will Union be will the

At PTA Party Poetry Contest Two hundred and eight attended meeet at 1:30. At 8:30, the pastor

IVetvilie Homes ; the Pahokte Baptist Sunday will speak on the fourteenth of the
'
Members of the Senior Class of Barbara Dalton, granddaughterof School last Sunday thereby main- eighteen Baptist Articles of Faith,

the Pahokee High School were :Mr. and Mrs. Joe Crosby in Pa- taining the 200 average hoped for "Baptism and the wrd's Supper
Off Barfield Road during the summer. This Sunday The Illuminated Cross Meditation
guests of honor at a party given hokee recently won a poetry con-
at the eleven o'clock hour the I I Sing will be presented augmented
test in her school in Memphis,
by the Parent-Teacher Association I pastor, Rev. C. A. Moberg, will by the orchestra.
at the Woman's Club building Claude Jones head of the local Tenn Barbara attends Fair View I I
Junior high school. The school --
--- --- --- --- - --
Friday night.Hostesses Veterans Service office, reports
in of paper has the following to say
charge arrange-
rapid progress in the making of
about Barbara: "Her won
I poem
ments MI'9. J. W. Cruthirds
were The Of . . .
and Mrs. Becky Kepp, Senior arrangements for the erection of over hundreds of others sent in. Announcing Opening

Class room mothers. C. S. Brown, ..48 modern homes for veterans Besides being a talented poet Bar- RHODES APPLIANCES
class sponsor was also a guest. a 13-acre tract of land one block bara Is a splendid singer. She i;
and refresh east of Barfield Highway opposite in many school activities" Barbara's -
Dancing was enjoyed On Avenue A In Belle Glade
ments served to approximately 50 Lair Athletic Field. Originally poem follows:
it was planned to purchase 10 A WORLD OF BEAUTY
guest3 OFFERING-Complete Repair Service and Sup-
.. acres of land and divide It into A world of beauty surrounds US all.
for all makes
HELP! The Community Chest ,lots for 32 to 36 homes, however, In things we hear: a soft-foot-fall. plies

needs your money and your help>> I so many veterans expressed their Sounds of music, sweet and low, SEWING MACHINES

to complete the 1946 budget. Give I desire to build homes that 34 additional In the quiet of evening, In sunset's
were and New domestic machines expected shortly
one time during the year. That acres purchased glow.In
Is the idea of the Community I the whole divided into 48 lots aver- the songs of a choir on Sundays Radios and Appliances.I .

Cheat 11_ aging 15 by 125 feet In size. holy,
I The veterans who have agreed Triumph notes coming fast, then
to the lots and build
- -- -- -- purchase alowly.

houses on them with GI loans are In the silvery tinkle of a water I -. i
now negotiating with Don Hillier fall, +

OFFICE HOURS: and Sons, local contractor, for a In the forest deep, nature's spa- r SEA-BEE and EVINRUDE

contract to build the entire 48 cious hall

From June 1 through Sept. buildings. Architects William In the gossipy chatter of rain... on OUTBOARD MOTORS

30, Mornings Only. Manly King and William F. Brown the roof

Office Closed All Day Wed. of West Palm Beach are each preparing In the laughter of neighbors: lifer See them on display here today ALSO
plans for 24 of the houses warp and woof. :

nesday and Sunday and the financing is being arranged In the murmured whispers of talkative : Eriggs & Stratton Air-Cooled Engines ; I

Real Emergencies Excepted through C. R. Dorsey and Lynn trees,
S. Nichols of West Palm Beach. In the notes of a thrush, borne on
PALM 1 SERVICE STATION
Arrangements for the purchase the breeze; .I i
Dr Chas E. CREEL of the land from the Okeelanta In the lazy twitter of sleepy birds.In !

Pahokee, Florida Plantation Company, represented the sound of lovers soft"spoken Phone 2921 Pahokee

by J. L. Chapman of West Palm words. I

Beach, were made by the Veterans Not only is there beauty in things .
-- ---- - --- -- ------
. .. Lots and Homes Committee com- that we hear,
-- --- -
posed of veterans, civic club rep- There is beauty in things that I !

resentatives and leading citizens, around us appear.A I ;
with John A. Dulany acting as ,
i Canal Point Machine Works
CASHNOW chairman. The streets and side- world of beauty surrounds us all. :
walks will be constructed the
by
In the wh te-veh'et quiet of a new I : I
: purchasers ot the lots in cooperation snowfall, : ; Manufacturers or :

with the city which has auth- In the coming of spring, in the : IRRIGATION AND DRAINAGE PUPS ,
I orized the spending of up to $2,000to early flowers, I I
HYDRAULIC MOLE DRAINS
cover the expense of hauling In the rosy glow of the dawn's I
rock and other materials for the first hours.In i : WEED CHOPPERS
I
streets. the glorious splendor of moun- : I
We Pay More For Work is expected to start on the tain peaks, ; I Ii

"- streets as soon as a plat of the In graceful willows shading quiet ; i \Ve Are Agents For I i iI
Your"Car new subdivision is submitted to creeks I
: ; ASCO MARINE FORD CONVERTED ENGINES I j
the city council for approval.
In the mellow richness of an ivy-
The average cost of the homes to clad wall. AND HERCULES DIESEL MOTORS ;
Late Mode -Any Make be built is expected to be approximately In the gay-colored dresses ot j

$7,500. After the contract leaves in the fall I

: is let and the loans are approved, In the waving yellow sea of wheat, WE HAVE DRAG LINE CABLE IN STOCK i I
for Economical Transportation work is to the II
expected start on
Growing golden in the heat. I .
houses as soon 8.3 materials can
In OCean ahite-caps on curving :

4! be obtained. .. beaches, CANAL POINT PHONE 531-. O. BOX 466 i I

In the lessons at life that Nature 1
eanine Mock Has teaches

A Birthday Party In little white and rest churches, amid the WE MANUFACTURE EVEIIYTIIING TIIA'rS i I

PHONE peace MADE OUT OF IRON FOR USE IN :
Of lonely crosses, on a green hill
Jeanine Mock celebrated her TilE GLADES 1
2371 2291 Night crest. 1I
Day -
eight at
birthday anniversary a
Ah, yes, a world of beauty sur- I
party given by her mother, Mrs. I
24 Hour 'Vrecker Service rounds us all,
Mock, at their
Rupert hOfIle on
But the beauty of love is t.t: best
Fast Main Street Wednesday aft-
Official AAA IkprtlM.'Cl.thoe ot all.

I ernoon. -BARBARA DALTON, 9.6
Candy baskets were presented ... .
I I as party favors to the guests. Mrs. PIANOS JEWELRY MUSIC
CHRISTIANCHEVROLET ,. Becky Kepp assisted the hostess Cub Scouts Deliver

in the entertaining. Outdoor games Circulars In Pahokee
J. W. RASHLEY
were played and refreshments

served to 40 guests. The Veterans Or- JEWELER Belle Glade Fla.
... .. Progressive ,
Pahokte, Florida ganization this week put out a
SEW CAFE
couple of thousand circulars call-
GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY
ing attention of the public to the
Raymoad O1rbUan. Owner Mrs. Irene Wilson has Bold the
necessity ot cleaning up all gar-
Best In Town Lunch In Pahokeeto
bage immediatel The VPO wants
Eo C. Barlow of Bartow.
to thank 14 members ot the Cub

-- Scouts for assisting in delivering
- --------------------
the circular to every house in Pa-

hokee The Cubs went to work on
three hours notice and did a thor- A Servant of the Glades

ough job. VPO workers said that
We Close the Cubs didn't rom a house in the

Pahokee-Canal Point area.
. To Miami
I 4 Buses

At Noon Episcopal Pastor To "'est Palm Dead

I Arrives In Pahokee Daily To Ft Myers & Lakeland


Chaplain A. J. Lively has ar-
EVERTWednesday
rived in Pahokte to take up his

duties a.s pastor of the Episcopal Glades Motor Lines Inc.

church. Mrs. Lively, son and ,
daughter, will join him next week
and they will make their home u SERVING THE GLADES"FYlday

I temporarily at the Maxwell home

(During the Summer) : on Bacorn Point road. As soon a.\
possible, plans call for erection ofa
home in the Veterans subdivision -

11 for the Chaplain and his tarnfly. -

He uw service for 30 months

as L'1 army chaplain in the Pacific

Western Auto Associate Store Ii from Australia to Japan.
Officials ot the church announced r
the following schedule: Ser- f s

I. 31. LAIR, Owner I10KEE.. FLA. vices at 8:30 a. m. every other
!
Sundry cd at 11:30 a. m. every
other Sundayw June 2 services

starting at 8:30 a. m.



h"' j;!; ;:: ; :. :'. ;" ::' '._' "'. ::* ..-. ... ,''''' .',_ ., r .... :! : ..__ ., ., ':I' " __;' " '" ..,: ;:;,r..::. ... .' ;- .'

Page Eight The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, May 31, 1916iH
,
.
I'i f L Wl -- i

I.. I !. t ,
'f I I I ..
I
: !.
I
I, 1 Ir I
i I r :
;, I I ,I
I I,
I : I
'' 'I f !I Ii
;, I I
I
'j : i
I i I II I
j I j I Ii

i I I, :i ;; : I


I I CLEANUP :I I : 1


I I'i :
i I

I I .. Let's Not Have A Polio Epidemic I ;: :

!, J I
i I:,
I I ,
1 I
I I II I
I
I
I I I

il'i. There Is DANGER In This Area :I!

I I I. ,I
'I' : I, I
I
t
I :
I' ,
I I I
,
I I
,

: I !I I.. Get All Trash Garbage, Wrecks, ; '

j .i I
I !, :

i II I Bottles, Cans, Rags Ready I
i : ;Hi i iI

I I .
I ; t I
I i i For Collection '" ,
j .

'

I !l .. Cut Weeds and Grass ..' ,. i

I I .
I I
I I !,
r.I i. :
I r.j i j I' The State, County, and Local Health Authorities The least WE can do will be to cooperate I I

the Florida Hotel Commissioner to our fullest extent towards a cleaner and i !
I I
will join the Pahokee Police Department in better Pahokee. I I I

search of unsanitary conditions in this area

this weekend in order to prevent a possible The Sanitary Commission does not wish i

epidemic of polio in our to11.I to close any business unnecessarily; and will ;

I not do so unless it is in the interest of the I
I
I "Polio HAS ALREADY GOTTEN A START Health of the PUBLIC. However; they have I ': I

1 i ir I! HERE; and now it is up to you to clean up the power to close any establishment THAT I : I

r f the town until it is spotless in order to prevent IS UNSANITARY; and WILL DO SO if I I I! j
j I
i i 'i the crippling and possible death of our those places have not cooperated. The City I I ;!I I I :!

I ;. 1 fellow citizens and our children. It is now up has the power, IF NECESSARY, to clean up ; :

I! to the people to clean up and use aU prevent. any lot that has not been cleaned up, at the. j : ;'

: : : ative precautions possible. owners expense, and will do so only after the'" I ; :
I I
.I owner has refused to clean up, and if the.1ot I :
I; I. i j Our City Officials have started the ball
I I1 is considered detrimental to the public health. i : .
-1; j, ; rolling by having our community sprayed I i iAU
.
! I, : with DDT. They have doubled and redoubled the Civic organizations are cooperating :

j I I I 1 their efforts relentlessly to preserve the wholeheartedly, backing this program to I I
1'1
: health of our communit)'. their fullest extent.
i I I
,, I 'I I .

I , MToii't YOII Do Your Part ';
'
I' :
I f' :

! : : Let's Wash. Pahokee's Face !

I Ij
j :
!

I This Message Sponsored -The Veterans Progressive Organization, and ALL Chic Organiza.

I! M lions working in conjunction with the Pahokee City OrridaJs. .

I ; ', I II
i '
I I I II
I I '
I I II
I ; :
I : : ,
I
ji
II
---- ---- ----
I !
tt ,
I ,

I i i i : i 1

-- --
I iuauurnul.rPnunuaih
uumw uteunr,. . ,' .. m!



University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2010 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated October 10, 2010 - - mvs