Title: Everglades News
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Title: Everglades News
Uniform Title: Everglades News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Belle Glade ; Canal Point, Fla.
Publication Date: June 7, 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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Bibliographic ID: UF00079910
Volume ID: VID00442
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Established 1924 p S

"The Truly DjsfJn uished Mind
Prefers the Provinces'






RECENT I Jerry Berry Sells Board Of County Commissioners Miller Drug Store

OPERATIONS I Flneral! Home To Palm Beach County In Canal Point Is

Canal Point, April 17, 1946
I His BrotherSam )Ir. Elgin Bayless, Chairman, Under New Owners
Paul Rardin
I State Road Department,

Tallahassee, Fla. .'
Back in September 1928, Jerry Hoy and Lucille Miller sold their .
1 am printing in the next column ;Berry came to the Everglades and )lr. N. S. Emery, Engineer, drug store, building and all, in
I opened the Everglades Funeral State Road Department,
- Canal Point the first of the month
Home in Pahokee. That was nearly Fort Lauderdale, Fla.,
to build 18 to 11. C. Carter and M. D. Geiger,
'partmmt has promised years ago and this week he an- Gentlemen:
;a new road between Pahokee and 'nounces sale of the establishment What is the status of a proposed new road between who have already taken over opt-
eration. The firm will be
I GI&cre. ;It is to be rock-to- to his Sam new
: brother Berry of Belle
Pahokee and Belle Glade? As county commissioner and
known as the Carter-Gefger Drug
rock (Road 26 Style) and should Glad .
as publisher of The Everglades News I have been asked Company.It .
relieve the situation as it exists The Dew owner 15 bringing a new
today onthe present road between mortician to Pahokee to take many, many times recently what the department plans was way back in 1930-lhe

the two'cities. I know you are charge cf the business and he (Mr. to do about a road between the two towns I am of the first of that year-when Hoy Mill-

'anxious'toleam'the: new road's 1ocation. Berry) wil: continue to live in opinion that the public is entitled to an answer to this er came to Canal Point and went

So am"1 and just as soon Belle Glade where he has lived and question since the present road is fast becoming a dis- into the drug business. His business -

as 11ind out where it's going, I'll farmed successfully for several grace to the state highway system of Florida. flourished and in 1932 he

let you'know.11obergs. )'ear8. There is little need of me pointing out the vast amount started erection of the new building -

.. Within hte passt few months the of traffic over this road which connects two of the state'soutstanding and occupied it in 1933. Since
I funeral home, located on Third that day Mr. and Mrs. Miller have
vegetable centers.I .
1 1Pahokee enjoyed a splendid patronage and
Carne To Street in Pahokee was rebuilt and
refurnish Several thousand am deeply interested in construction of a new road in return they have given their
between Pahokee and Belle Glade and will
greatly -
dollaroi it appreciate thousands cf customers value received -
were spent on making
5Yrs. sort of definite information in to for dollar with
Ago one of the nicest buildings of its some regard every spent
this them.
kind in this section of the state. matter. r
The retiring owner of the busi- With kind personal regards, I am II. The Geigers are not atranger
S1m ay. June '9. win mark the ness has not announced his plans Yours very truly to this ar -Dow having tome
fifth at the arrival of I here back i and
amtversary Paul 1921. He Mrs
for the future but a repre- Rardin
Rev. and Mrs. Carl A. Voberg and Geiger wer connected with sugar
sentative of this newspaper yest- County Commissioner
family in Pahokee. During the company fo a while and opened
erday that he planned to take a Palm Beach County
five years they baTe been in Pa- 60 to 90 day vacation and spend their own at re In the Miller build.
hokee Rev. and Mrs. Hoberg have Ing In 1937. They sold their store
part of the time fishing in the gulf.
worked a iduoueJy In bringing the State Road 'Florida the other b.dy Ethnl.t.rbo
.... .
Pahokte Flit Baptlat Church to Is now'.co. manager forth
iU present .out.rtaJJd1ng' strengthand Glades Young Women Tallahassee sugar y at Asucar.Mr. .
pceitlon among the rdc10U1 EtholA gill take. .over- 'the"
of the community. Graduate From FSCW "- JUDe 15
organizations Geiger on or sooner -
April 30,1946
The Pahokee Ken' Bible Rase If ttry company relieves
Hon. Paul Rardin
organized by Rev. Komg, ta one Several young women are among him at .
of the largest religious groups of the graduates at FSCW at Talla- County Commissioner Mr. Carte ,is a younger brother
its kind in the State for a com- basset this week according to a Canal Point Florida of J. E. Carter who Is weD known

munity of this iu. story out of the tate capiW. Dear Mr. Rardin: in Canal Point. He hM been with

Soon after his arrival here Rev.Ddoberg Those graduating include the following I am in receipt of your letter of April 17, and I am glad Goodyear Tire and Rubber company -

started plans for a new : Miss Lois Marjorie Byrd to tell you that for some time this Department has been for 29 years and during that

church building which were Interrupted daughter of Yr. and Mrs. G. W. giving serious study to the road situation between Belle time has held responsible positions

by the war. Since the Byrd of Pahokee: Miss I\orthea Glade and Pahokee.I with them. lIe and Mrs Carter

end of the war these plans for LaFay Carpenter daughter of Yr. am sure that some satisfactory solution will be worked will make their home In the apartment -
three new units including a church and 1frs. Dan Carpenter of Pabo- on the second floor of the
out in due time and regret that it is not presently pos-
auditorium, church school and fellowship kee: Miss Dorothy Tucker daughter dreg store building.Mr. .
sible to send field party to make location because all
hall have been revived. of Mr and Mrs. G. H. Tucker a and Mrs. Miller own several
The new fellowship hall has been of Canal Point: Miss Elizabeth available personnel are now needed to prepare the projects houses on the tovnsite In Canal

completed and work on the other Anderson'Bregger. daughter of Mr. which are set up in our 1946 Construction Budget. Point and at present are making

two units will start as soon u pos.Bible. and Yu. Tom Bregger of Belle I Thanking you for your interest, and with kind per- their home with Mrs. Mary Wilson

made. Each of the young ladies sonal regards, I am mother of Mr9. Miller. They plan

In addition to his religious work. received a bachlor's degree. Sincerely, a vacation this summer to Mississippi -

Rtv. Moberg hu been very active .......- F. Elgin Ba'less and to Kentucky. Mr. Miller
In civic Improvement programs.. Chairman however will remain in the drugstore
The Pahokee Parent-Teachtr Association Veternarian Win to take care of prescription
has just completed two business until the new concern b
of the most successful years In its Visit Canal Point State Road Department Of Florida successful in hiring a new prescription -

history under his leadership as And Pahokee Soon man. After their vacation -

program chairman and president.On Fort Lauderdale, Florida the Millers will return to Can.al -

June 24 Rev and Mrs. Mo- Assistant County Agent H. L. Point_

berg will go to Pascagoola Miss., Speer said yesterday that plans Fort Lauderdale, Florida .... -
where he is to conduct a l.day call for the county veterinarian to April 24, 1946
revival following which the Mo- examine cows in the Pahokee and Mr. Paul Rardin Community Chest

bug family will spend a month's Canal Point area within the next County Commissioner Drive Continues
vacation in the Carottnu. Pennsylvania week or two. Th cows will be Palm Beach County

and New York. tested for TB and Bang's disease. Canal Point, Florida Members of the Pahokte Wom-
(Note to car dealers: Rev. Mo- he said. Several pigs will be given
Dear Sir: an's dub were working this week
berg Is jittery about starting on cholera serum and horses will be In reply to your letter of April 17th, I wish to advise in an effort to stimulate Interest
his In his oM rar. He's fishing -
trip treated for braIn fe'er. It is
that survey work on a locatIon between Pahokee and in the Community Cheat drive In
for a 1946 model with a 1940Dodge of the to a
plan agent arrange Belle Glad has been deferred in order that aU personnel Pahokte and Canal Point. Club
sedan as trade-In bait.)
I clinic for dogs in the near future
utilized in work included in I "'omen'ere pointing out that the
could be
.. --- .at which time they will be tested surveys
I drive 15 calculated to put an
Masonic Official I for rabies. While the cholera the 1946 budget. It is hoped that we may place a partyto end to all other drives for funds

'serum Is furnished tree by the continue this work as soon as we have caught up with I during the remainder of the )'tlr.

Visiting Lodges state Mr Sptfr pointed out that necessary work in connection with our present 'ear's A certain amount of success met

treatment for rabies will cost the budget. workers this week but Interest 11

J. G. Weeks, district deputy dog owner a nominal sum.Dr. Patching of the existing road is now being continued lagging: and the goal of $6.000 t.

grand master for the 22nd Masonic Paul Rainey, county veterlnarian and it is hoped that we may soon improve the riding not In ighl Members of the
district made an officlel visit I is bade from service and quality of the pavement. Chest organization hope that sufficient -

to the Boynton Lodge rtCtnUy.II Ion the j<'b, lIr Spttr pointed out Yours very truly, interest can be stimulated

He was accompanied on the trip that the ntemarian is working N. S. EmeryDivision to put he drive terM
by Emmett Wilson of Pahok Mr.lveeks ptraUvely with the livestock Engineer LeI han 12.000 hu ken raised
iJ making regular visits to owners of the county and an excel- to date.

various lodges In his district since lent job is being done. ...
his recent appointment u deputy .. 111, and Yrs. Robert O. L&mpt 111"". and 1Irt. Orin &eon and
grand muter.Urs. Dr. and In. W- bum C. Young and children ue spending three daughter spent the weekend in )41- 1ln. 1' W. Griffith teacher at
... and children are taking a two days with relatives In Tampa })t. amihere he attended the State the Canal Point school wm lean

Emma Wheeler left Mon. WttU' vacation In the Ncrth. They fore going to Michipn for a two ?lka Conttttion. They were accompanied :- Monday to take a refresher course

day fora visit trite her cousin. expect to return tOlU the tint of monthl' visit with his pucntithere. home by Kr. BuOD" at the University of Florida arm.mfr -

Irs. Cu White In Bartow. ext wHk. mother who visiting hert. school LA G&1r.enWe.

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Page Two The Everglades News. Canal Point Florida Friday, June 7, 19t6'
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THE EVERGLADES NEWS 4.H Club Workers In Irs. Osteen's Piano I rie: Earl Meredith, Jimmy SChoe-
pea, Jeanine Mock, Gay Schoeppel
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Canal Point Finish Class In Recital I Donna Lynn May, Charlotte Cate,
Job Of Canning Kay Friend, Ronnie Elliott, Phoebe
Established 1924 Published Every Friday
A piano recital was presented Ann Ramey, Elmer B. Elliott,
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance With the closing of the school by members of Mrs. Frank Os- Roger Jaudon Barbara Vertom-
teen's music class at the Woman"s men Jon Pope, Nancy Hillier, Stella ..
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Pest Office term the Canal Point 4-H Club
Club building Sunday afternoon. Barnes, Don Beverly, Wayne
In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter. girls did not stop their activities I The clubhouse was beautifully decorated Burde haw, Louis Pope, Frank

' as they have done in former years. with bouquets of spring Rosenberg, Farris Kincaid, Bar-
Paul Rardin Editor and Publisher You hear a lot said about a I flowers and the Brubaker Music bara Moberg, Patsy Elliott V"ynelle .

"good Scouter" but too often a Company of West Palm Beach Gillis, George RozeUe, Rita
good 4.H'er is not mentioned furnished a special piano for the Faye Hurt, Patsy Batchelor, Vera
The Truth Doesn't Hurt When all books were closed and affair. The audience filled the Keen, Earl Chance, Barbara \'ilk.inson -

aU final tests over, the girls set clubhouse to capacity. I Joan Rosenberg Patsy
(An Editorial from The Palm Beach Post) I
out to help can food stuff for the Piano duets were played by Annette Geiger, Zena Jones, Yvonne Fraser
Why most local physicians dislike the publicity given local hungry people over-sea. McIntosh and Kay Friend; and Patsy Maxson.

polio cases, and some would even bar all mention of it from Mrs Mercer, the sixth grade Patsy and Elmer B. Elliott; ... -
newspapers, is easily understandable. teacher and Mr. Epperson, ,the Yvonne Fraser and Patsy Maxson;
Mr and Mrs B. S. and
They credit publicity with causing fear and hysteria, janitor, each took a car load of Barbara Wilkinson and Mrs. Waring
which is not only bad for both children and parents, but children on Wednesday morning to Osteen. A trio composed of Gay children are spending this week at

makes unnecesary work for the doctors. Almost every childhood a nearby tomato field to gather SChoeppel, Jeanine Mock and Surf Cottages, Palm Beach. Mrs.
ailment immediately becomes a case of infantile pa- tomatoes. Mrs. Oliver Hatfield, Kay Friend sang "Sweet Little H M. McIntosh and children are
ralysis necessitating the service of a physician. As a result the 4-H Club local leader, took a Woodland Rose," accompanied at also spending a week at Surf Cot-,
group or small children on Tues- the Annette McIntosh.
piano by tages and Mr and Mrs. F. Mc-
with calls from frantic mothers
the doctors are swamped
day and Wednesday ofternoons to Piano soles were played by Alfred Ilwain and children and Mr Mc-
who want a diagnosis of illnesses, which ordinarily would a Lima field and picked limas. Kahn, Charline Stucke, Tommy Ilwain's mother are enjoying the
be treated with a simple home remedy and quickly ford Thanks to Bill Johnson for his Elliott, Fay Mackey, Marcia Guth. ,beach there for two weeks.
gotten.In liberal donation of a hamper of ,
one way this is fortunate because it practically elimi- Lima's. From these vegttables>

nates the danger of any incipient case of polio being overlooked were canned 166 cans of tomatoes -
if the disease not generally and 195 cans limas" Mothers and I
as might happen were so SEA-BEE and EVINRUDEi I
friends of these children were in.

feared.On the other hand, there is every reason to believe that their\ited service to the in lunch helping room to to give can OUTBOARD MOTORS .1

complete suppression of news regarding the polio situation these vegetables.Mrs. .

would augment the hysteria, about which the doctors com Mildred J. Michaud and See them on display here today. ALSO I
plain, rather than lessen it. Dame Rumor would then have Miss Bertha Housman of West I

a free hand to ply her nefarious trade, and don't believe for Palm Beach, Home Demonstration Briggs & Stratton Air-Cooled EnginesPAIA1'I !
a minute she would not take full advantage of the opportun- Agents gave their undivided time

on Wednesday afternoon aU SERVICE STATION i
ity.liere's an example of what we mean. Milwaukee, ris., day Thursday, also furnished the
naturally hasn't had much in formation about the polio sit- equipment for this canning project. Phone 2921 I
: The local S','. S. C. S. of the Methodist Pahokee ;
the Milwaukee
ation in Florida. So a report has reached services ;
Journal that Miamians are "boiling vegetables and Navy also and Church helped gave the 4.H girls

planes are spraying the city daily with DDT in an effort to finance this great projt'ct.

combat polio, which has taken 45 lives so far." Joann Platt and Roselle Dixon YlMIYMM
To those who know the truth, from reading the Miami worked so steadily on this project 'M.t. y.liYJ1.Y..r

newspapers such reports are ridiculous. But people in I that Mrs. Michaud says they al. I

Milwaukee can't be blamed for accepting them because they ready have most of their canning

aren't acquainted with the facts. I project for next year completed. Prince Theatre

Both the Dade County Health Department and the West I When we put first things first, we
the sensible I are always more than repaid for
have adopted
Palm Beach lIe:11t Department
policy of keeping t public informed as to the true situationami every effort. Children overseasare Pahokee, Florida
: hungry and they need this
they deser e to be commended for it. ....
& .willing, helping hand to help them ''' & & & &&&& & 6
------ ,
- - ---
UflJW4W ----
see the light of a new world.
)tE "'S BIBLE CLASS 1Fifty.three by hating one's father, mother, I Who said the children of our

were in ttendance wife, children, brethren and sisters community are not to be praised
last Sunday at the 1. en's Bible ?" These and other questions I for their cooperation and service? THURSDAY AND FRIDA
their aid we are also shipping
Class ot Pahokee, thu -naintain- will be considered" The Class By JUNE 13.14
:B good sized boxes of clothing to
ing the hoped for a\ :of fifty Quartet will presenr-'t\\ selec- I these needy people
for the summer 'Th ay the tions. A most cordial invitation li During the summer months the arrrr 4.\. __ r
teachc> ,Rev. C. A. )t rg, will !extended to all unaffiliated men 4-H girls also are filling Junior V "'I .
dlscusss aft pr Smise be one of the community, visitors and .
Red Cross boxe.s. If ha\"en't received
you "
of,the moet interesting lessons service men, in or out of uniform. "NAY
yours please call for it. I BORROW YOUR WIFE?
found in the Bible, "Tralning; for ;Time, 945. .
... .
Service." "Why did Jesus send -

th disciples forth, two and two?" I B. Elliott, Elks district deputy Its Ameche kibbled' his way into a
"What b meant by the unclean grand exalted ruler, attended the VPO Clarifies honeymoon and he's got to
spirits, who are they?" "Who are :State B. P. O. E. Convention in .4
the many devils?" "What is meant Miami on Sunday and Ionday Stand On Clean ; begborrow or steal a sweets -
: s ? heart in the downright

merriest married mixup
t Ufu tIT!m iffij7ITr IT 'h 'h fllnTI' 'h fllliHERBERT'S \
iIT1JTII: lIT!ill! '
There has been a lot of yow z41,. since love begcn, and

Fine Clothes For I. yowing in pahokee over the clean. that's not kibbting't
up drive that brought a lot of
Men and Women filth to light last week. State ;:
.Hotel Commissioner Deputy Tom
Grafton of West Palm Beach made :
have Your Ladies' Clothes Tailored .a swoop through colored town and

Br A Man's Tailor I the reverberations have been ter- .
!rifle. Some property owners have af
:threatened court action. However, w
AL BELCHER :1,Inspector Grafton was acting on '
:authority from the governor and J
BOX 876 PAHOKEEWe .I in behalf of good health when he r

condemned some of the colored r
quarters. + j
The Veterans Progressive Organization .
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-- -- ----
took an active part in
the clean up and sponsored the
move. This week that organization -
clarifies its position in the
Close following statement: .
''The"PO did organize and
sponsor a dean up campaign in the -

I At Noon I II II belief to that the such community would prove as a whole beneficial JACK H. SKIRBAlL presents

and under this belief pledged our '
I help to the City Officials and the e1aadeee ) /I
State Hotel Commisssioners dur- '
I EVERY ''I ing the drive., Although the \"PO COLBERTAMECHEwith
did not invite the Commi ;loners
here they offered to send a representative -
I I! along with the said RICHARD rORANoJ
\V e.llles.la T r
I Commi ioners; and carried out r
I f fh that promise by doing Qo during 5 1

h,1/;/ (During the Summer) ;i'; I! their"The iIUlpe.ctions.\"PO did not advocate the I uJ

II destruction of any business or I
I, I'I''I I businesses: ot private propttty out _
-0Ii -
..1I side the existing laws or any J j
I 'o.IlMrM''''' "" ,0.- .
i actions taken above or beyond s .- .... .... L r-- u..., '
normal reason. Orltltlol Sa". +111 UIJ'f MANy1rMJ &!JMNepyre !
Western Auto Associate Store i; 1'I1e "PO still heartily endof'le..J a s w JlOUl in...1 N lAU H. S OUU o 1
the dean.up campaign u such but /W.+ yIA /r SAM WOOD ..I..N/ rill Yd'14 Art\tt.,
I. M. LAIR, Owner PAHOKEE, FLA. it does not condone nor does it in. .... .'
tend to take any responsibility for
actions taken by the Stat Hotel
i Commission inspectors during
their recent \1lt H 'g'irIfl<



Friday, June 7, 1946 The Everglades:Neves, Canal Point, F10rida Page. Threw 1

Don Ameche and Richard 'Foran, Denton-Carpenter I
Cinematic Chatter ana in support of them are suck
Vines Shrubs Citrus
By Malcolm Millarwwww well known players as Charles: The wedding of Miss Dorthea Trees

Dingle, Grant JJitcheU, Chester LaFay Carpenter, daughter of Mr. i
and airs. Dan Carpenter of Paho- of all sizes and varieties for
J am only going to talk about Clute and other-excellent performers. -
kee, and Vance G. Denton, son of your Selection.LANDSCAPING.
show for this coming week 11t them "the
one -Every 'one -of ring Yr. -ana "Mrs. V. C. Denton, also
the Prince Theatre. That show is gong in the top bracket lor fme
of ahokee, will take place at the
Sam Wood's 'Guest Wife, and it characterization and superb performances Pahokee 'Methodist Church at 4 I
is to be screened on ThunmylI'riday and each artist lends like it. We and to doa
.p. m., Sunday, June 16, with Rev. I 3S you are organized equipped
for,my June devoting, 13-U. And this eohnnn the reason tthle + to the success. of the whole clever+ T. A. Ferguson, pastor, officiating. i thorough job from plans to completion of p1auting.
I Irs. Sydney K. Smith, Jr., of
show is that it Is one WhaJe seems that out in Keetoosen, ,
Palm"Beach will be matron of hon-
of a Swell Comedy and destl'"fsaU Ohio, Claudette -Cobert and hubby I or. Miss Carol Carpenter, sister of As always, you are

the space it can get. Dirk -Foran, are about 10 entrain the bride-elect, wi11 be a junior ; welcome ;t our
The stars are Claudette Co1bert, for a belated honeymoon in New
bridesmaid. Other bridesmaids
------ York, when in that old ; ; !
: pops will -be )1i.ss Joy Padgett, Paho- :\TRSERIES: 1100 Southern Boulevard (Route No. 25 at ,
nemesiss and 'troublemaker, "DonAmech
kee, Miss Mary Grace Denton, City Limits, West Palm Beach. Florida !
and old chum of
college I
Belle Glade, Miss Evelyne Eld-
OFFICE HOURS: Dick's and a globe-trotting report i
ridge, Altha and Miss Lois Byrd, ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO
er-who is enrouteto 'New "York I iL ia
Pahokee. Rebecca Ruth Grimes
From June 1 through Sept. from the Orient. 1 '
will be flower g1ri. I
30, Mornings On1y. Claudette is rightfully distrubed Edwin R. Rice will be best man. Ij j I

at his appearance-and her worst Ushers will include Milton Carpenter .
Office Closed All Day Wednesday -- ---- - -- - -
fear are realized when, in the last
brother of the bride-elect,
and Sunday minute confusion DicK misses the
Slater Brewton, Kenny Mock and
train. It Don's boss,
Real Emergencies Excepted Marvin l1n\\in. a
Charles Dingle, has arranged a
Miss Carpenter is graduating
r'ectacular for his pet Q
reception DAVISCAFE
from Florida State Cortege for
Dr Chas E. CREEL rtl-Grtfr whom be believes to be
Women, Tallahassee, on June 10
married. Because her husband
Pahokee, Florida with a B. S. Degree in commerce.
idolizes Don, Claudette consents to STEAKS CHICKEN CHOPS
All friends of the couple are in.vited aWe
... momentarily pose a.s his \\ifeand to attEnd the wedding. No
that, is you ha\'en't alreadv formal invitations are being issued. Specialize In Home Cooking J
,-- -- -- -- _.- guessed it, is Known as a 'kibble."
Dangerously the hoax gathers -- .. Old Fashioned Bar.B.Q
!CHILLS Ie FEVER momentum as Dingle establishes nt\lXIXG UNION 0

the two visitors in a hotel bridal 0 14 East Main Street Pahokee Fla.

DUE TO MALARIA uitf:. Foran, meanwhile, is de- A Training Union study course

tamed in Keetoosen when news for juniors, intermediates, young
:;RELIEVED phot s of the fictitious couple people and adults is being conducted ULJG. .JLLlJL.ILJLlL 1C.JlJJn '1

BY-- 666 brew" !'n Ue local paper and at the Pahokee First Baptist

Cara Cw o.h a dlurd threaten a scandal.Precis"s Church this week under the direc-
honeymoon days are tion of Irs. \\'. M. DuBose. The

fleeting bj' and Claudette becomes three-day study course, with sessions I

a.. .a furious and desparate. Finally I from 8 to 9:30: p. m., was EARL GARDNER a

she decides to bring matters to a started on Wednesday and will be

head, come what may. Her object I Iils concluded this Friday e\'ening REPRESENTING

CAR SALEOur to "out-kibble" the male species I .-. aNEW

I and to this end she professes a YPOlLL MEET YORK LIFE

West Palm Beach store ; mad fatuation for Don. His protests Q
apparently drive her to the
has acquired a large stock depth of frustration, and she A regular meeting of the \'PO INSURANCE CO.
will be held Monday night in the
of late model, low mileage, writes what appears to be a suicide
city, according to an announcement

c I e a n cars. Practically note.Unaware of his "ife's "kibble",. yesterday by an official 01 30i Citizens Building West aIm Death
make model or body the organization.
every Foran arrives at Dingle.s country

type to choose from. 'Ve state and i9 a dubious and im- .. -

act and petuous eavesdropper. His reactions -
suggest you now
-- -
elemental Classified Ads \,
are more violently
get a better, newer car. and
than was anticipated he plants f fI
Any of these cars can be a solid right to his pal's jaw and "

bought at or below O. P. A. then dramatically hijacks Claud.ette. SEP110 tanks and grease traps
cleaned and repaired. Phone

ceiling with Ot without a Well-thete. It Is, and Isn't It one 3872, Bob Douthit, Pahokee. lI17c I Hoinogeiied

trade'in. of the finest packages of situations
for real laugh that you ever listen- FOR SALE: Three bed-r 00 m

tel to' Believe me it is one of the houses-close in and nearly new, ; Vitamin D Milk'AVAILABLE

TRUCKS greatest laughing shows that in Pahokee, Liberal terms. Price I

[ -- Claudette Ameche and Foran have 6000. C. A. Bailey, Phone 10,

1941 and19j2 Dodge, ever had tile pleasure of working Belle Glade. StAp26ch I -0--0--

Chf\ToItt8 and Whites in, and I've ever had the joy of
writing about. Please don't miss FOR SALE: Fine display of New
it and reconditioned trailers. Small i j t

See you at the mo\'ies-Mat down payment balance like rent. I 1,
We have three lots and carry a : GROCERY STORE

__ _. _ .
L Seyenty-fi\'e thousand doll a r s ; I i iI .

stock, we surely can solve your I -0--0- I

301 S. Dixie Highway housing problem. Arthur Trailer i
Sales, East main St. Pahokee. !
West Palm Beach, Fla.
Open from 10 a. m. to 9 p. m.
Phone 7020 CASH. daily including Sunday. tfch LFA I I

TWO HOUSES on one large lot I
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in Canal Point, Both houses .I

furnished, owner leaving, says sell.

Price $5000, Dan Carpenter, Paba-
DIJMANYOFUSSPEN Phone 20 Belle Glade Fla
kee, Fla. St M17cbUN ,, ,
We Pay More For i

!) FOR RENT: 214 acres lake

Your Car bottom land near Pahokee for

HA1FOUP7/41f WSNNCfo'TNINGSYEcoozO rent. Equipped with farm build- _ JI
Ingts, ample ditches, bridges etc.
Late )lodel -Any Make Call Belle Glade 103. JHch

iYIIWI: 0/D4lsp/ND I
FOR SALE: Saddle Horse F ujp-
OUR TIME WISH/NC.Jj.i The Our Glades Patrons
for Economical Traiuportationuf went, Cowboy Supplies
Hitching Post, 211 Hammond

; Road Pompano, Fla. 4Tp
; Receive a high priority rating in this store. 'Ve

FOR S.\LE: Farmall F-12. rubber are always ready md anxious to serve those who Q
tires, perfect condition, just
overhauled ideal for pulling pray busy themselves several months in the year producing Q

PHONE rig or cultinting. Phone SSg or food. \re realize the rush during the producing -

see Joe Thompson in Pahokfe. Jl3c months, and make it a point to get your

231 Day 2291 Night FOR SALE: Lot 11 in hospital merchandise to you with as little delay as possible.IT .

21 Hour Wrecker Service block In Pahokte. See Mack i


Official A.\\ Repre,+.thf SALE: Model A pickup, am TO DE OF SERVICE TO THOSE

Wishing for insurance one farm horse. Dr. D. S. Spoonfr I i.11O PRODUCE SUCH LARGE

after the need for it occurswon't Pabokee. St.M31pd2t. FOOD CROPS

the bill. Better
pay owner Virginia Catt. Phone

see us about it in advance 3751, No Artnt. M31Ztch.
& Griffith
.. FOR SALE: Ridge sand, Call 2761, Halsey
. . tod3) Pgokeq f10rWaRa'WM14 Dot Sewell Can.al Point. J2Sc.

O. R. BLEECH (1uiatiq On<< RANT TO RL' tOU3e or apart- -"1ST Apt BEACH-
Pa.okM Cull Point.
ment is Of
DsFItAk .AIIO&U It L. Swain &t Htndtnon TeueoStation ,

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Roberts-Wilson Mrs. R. W. Bowers. On Wedne.s'-'1
'Sera Changes In
day of this week Blanche Eliza-

- beth and her aunt, :Mrs. Cora State Legislature
The marriage of Miss Inez Wilson -
Spence, of Lake Worth left for :
daughter of Mr and Mrs. ,
Ohio where they will spend the :
Gary Sanders of Pahokee, and TALLAHASSEE- will be
summer with relati\'es.
Johnny Roberts, formerly of Plant I nine changes in the Florida State
City, was solemnized at the Pa- Mr and Mrs. William 1. Paige Mr. and :Mrs. Julius Schletthauer Miss Jeanne Cruthirds, a mem-i Senate and 46 in the House of

hokee, First Baptist Church on of Pahokee announce the birth of a and three children, Julius, Jr.. Jan- ber of this 'ear's graduating class i Representatives when the legisla..

Sunday, June 2, immediately following daughter, Dorothy Louise, at the ne and Dorothy, of Chicago are at the Pahokee High School, plans :
the morning worship hour. Everglades Memorial Hospital on guests of Gus and Tom Roell at to take nurge's training at the I ture meets next April.

The vows for the single ring ceremony Sunday, June 2. their Port Mayaca home. Mr Alachua County Hospital. Miss : They won't be all new faces

were read by Rev. Carl A Mr and Mrs. Leonard Williams Schletthauer is a cousin of the Cruthirds and her mother, llis. J. i iW. however, because some of the 1911I

Moberg, pastor, The altar was decorated of Pahokee announce the birth of a &ells. They plan to make their Cruthirds, will go to Gainesville I members have held seats in one

with Easter lilies and ferns, daughter, Sylvia Ann, at the Ever- permanent home at Port Ma'aca. next week to make arrange- ,branch or the other before. There

with a bank of potted palms and glades Memorial Hospital on Mon. Mrs. J. V, Thomas and daughter, menu for Jeanne's entering the 11 will be war veterans in bothhouses.

tropical plants forming the back- day, June 3. Nancy Lee, returned home Thurs- hospital's nurses 9Chool. I I In addition to those who

ground. .. day after attending graduation ex- I, S. Guthrie returned Sunday served in the first World War

The bride wore a white street Farewell Party For ercises at Sanford high school from a visit with relatives in : there will be 21 members who are

length dress and white hat with this week where a nephew of Mrs. Georgia. r veterans of World War U.I .

a circular sweep veil. Her corsage The HellersA Thomas, Alvin Kilpatrick, was Jack Phillips has returned to his 4 I In second primary elections last

was of sweetheart r09E3. Miss graduated position in the Pahokee postoffice !!Tuesday. state senate runoffs re-

Mary Ruth'won, sister of the farewell party for Rev. and Mrs. Lester Duncan and son, after a month's leave of absence. ;'suited: tn: Defeat of Stn. Amos

bride, was maid of honor Lynn Mrs. J. R. Heller will be held at Harkness, went to Daytona Beach Mr. Phillips resigned as scoutmaster -I Leof Marianna, by C. 1. Al-

Stevens of Plant City was best the Canal Point Baptist Church this week to spend a few days. of Pahokee Troop 23 last month I ford and Sen 1. A. Coleman ot

Immediately following the regular They will be joined there this week but expects to continue his interest Daytona Beach by Rep. Walter G.

man.Mrs.. C. A. Moberg sang "I Love !I preaching service Sunday night. end by Mr. Duncan and will pro- in scouting activities in this Walker. Dave Thomas, of Pt1n91-

You Truly," accompanied by :Miss The public is cordially invited to ceed to Jackson, Ga.. where he cola, vas defeated by Philip Beall,

Peggy Moberg, pianist, who also attend this party Rev and Mrs. will be connected with the vegetable area.Mrs.. Mary Jean Peters and son, Jr. in the first primary.Sen. ,
played the traditional wedding Heller will leave next week for deal. Michael, left Saturday for Car- John E. Matthews, of Jack.

march. Southwestern Semniary at Fort A E. Kirchman of Belle Glade acas, Venzuela, where she1ill (somille, defeated Rep. Mabry Carlton -

Mr. and Mrs. Roberts will make Worth, Texas. has been named by the governor join her husband who is employed : Sen. James A Franklin ot

their home in Pahokee where he IS .-- as a member of the Central Flor- there. I Ft. Myers, was reelected over Bob

employed by the U. S. Sugar Corp- ida Regional Housing Authority. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Forst of King in the 24th district; former
"" oration. Will See Pahokee Woodrow WiLson nine-month Boston are spending a couple of j I Rep, George Leaird, of Ft. Lauder-

. Girls Graduate weeks in Canal Point as guests of dale, defeated Rep. John S. Burwell
old son of Mr and Mrs. Mer Wilson -
Mr. and :Mrs. Osceola Upthegrove.Mr. i in the 30th and Rep. William J.
Melvin Spooner Is of Canal Point, is ill with
Forst is a brother of Mrs. Up- i Ray, of Bradenton, won the 36th
Three Pahokee Schoolgraduates double
High pneumonia at Good Samaritan -
New Scoutmaster thegrove. Mr. and Mrs. Forst district seat from former Rep. Wil-
Miss Dorothea LaFay Hospital, West Palm Beach.
have been students at Vespor Liam W. Perry, of Sarasota
Carpenter, Miss Lois Byrd and His condition is reported to be im-
n School of Art and Scott Second primary house contests
Melvin Spoon, World War Miss Dorothy Tucker will receive proving.Mrs. George I
veteran, has been named scoutmaster Carlen School in Boston. They results: Former Rep. J. Ed Stokes,
bachelor at the Florida
W. H. Vann and
Mrs. Char-
of Pahokee Boy Scout plan to enter the Ringlin; School of Panama City, defeated 1. E.
State College for Women
Troop 23, succeeding Jack Phil- gradu- lotte Walston expect to leave this of Art in Sarasota this fall. I Moriam in Bay County. William
ating exercises in Tallahassee on
lips who recently re9lgned. Mr. I weekend for Hendersonvi1le, No C., Miss Jeanne Shaughnesssy ar- C. Lantaff, of Miami, defeated
June 10.Among.
Spooner is well qualified for his where they will spend the summer rived in Pahokee this week to t Rep. C. W. Peters In Dade. Rep.P. .
those from Pahokee and I
position. As assistant scout- Miss Nell Dunaway is spending spend her summer vacation with Guy Crews of Jacksonville defeated -
master under Mr. Phillips he assisted Canal Point who expect to be pres- I the weekend in Miami visting her I her parents, Mr. and Irs. F. M.Chaughnessy. I Sam D. JIe1 on and Rep.
ent to see the young ladies receive brother and :i5ter-in-Iaw Dr and
; Mr. Shaughneasy I Fletcher Morgan beat Lee
in the building
greatly up
their sheepskins are Mr. and rrs. I
I Mts. Carl Dunaway, and sister
is at the bedside of his father in in Duval.
of the troop after it was reorgan- I
O. D. and children Milton
ized the first of the year. Carpenter ;' Miss Sara Dunaway, who recently I Amarillo, Texas, who is seriously I Harry Betts Jr.. of Pengacola,
and Carol Mr. and Mrs. Dun-
received her discharge from the and
: ill. won from Rep. Webb Jernigan
can Padgett, Vance Denton, Mr. I
NOTICE WAC I Miss Joy Lou Bailey, of Miami I R. M. rerritt defeated Rep. Morley -
Notice k hereby given that the CUr I and rrs. G. W. Byrd, Sr., Mr. and I Waterworks Superintendent R. I pent a couple of days the first of : Darby in F..s'ambia. Carl O.I .
Council ot the of Pahokee. Florida Mr9. G. H. (Duke Tucker.
City ) J. Schroder, :Mrs.
accompanied I defeated
will on Tuesday the 25th dar of June. .. by the week vissitin; Mr. and rrs. I Drummond, of Trenton
A. D. 19-16 sit as a Board of Equalization ---- Schroder and son, Bobby, left I Otto Bleech in Pahokee. I H. E. Lancaster in Gilchrist. Rep.
for the purpose of equalizing the curRcn OF CHRIST Wednesday for Gainesville where : -. J. H. Peeples, Jr.. of Moore Haven,
assessments of real and personal prop- \
erty lying in the City ot Papokee. Florida SCIENTIST he will take a University of Flori- "'.\C.\TIOX BIBLE SCHOOL I won renomination over R. Boe in
subject to taxation for the year "GOD THE ONLY CAUSE AND da extension course in waterworks Glades
1916. Any desiring to contest or
aggrieved person at such assessnient may be CREATOR," is the subject of the technique June 58. I The Vacation Bible School of the I Rep. C. n. Taylor, Jr., of Wau-
heard on said date. 4Wltneili Leason-Sermon which will be read I Mrs. J. M. Harris has returned I First Baptist Church of Pahokee chula was renominate-d over G. W.
hand a'l' CM Clerk of
the City ot my Pahokte. Flo da, pursu- in Churches of Christ. Scientist, to her home in Quincy, Fla., after : will begin Monday at 8:30, and \\'illiam. in HardE'e. James W.

ant to ordinance No. 25 said City, throughout the world on Sunday, II a visit of several weeks with her : will continue through Sunday June i Moore of Sebrin. defeated Rep.C. .
this 29th day ot May A 1916V. ,
\ P. L w June 9.The 'Son-in-law and daughter Mr. and I 23. Commencement Day. A full E. Lanier 1lIighlandi.. John
City Cieb Golden Text is: 1be Lord is '! rr.i. G. W. Byrd, Sr. in Pahokee. program of music hand'\'ork. Bible Branch, of Tampa, won from WU-
Pub 31, June T, 194
: May 11. the true God, he h the living God, I Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hundley and drills, visual education and recreation -. liam H. Freeker in Jlillsborough.

NOTICE OF S.\ and an everlasting king: . He I son and Mr. and rrs. W. W. Smith will be conducted. The Woodrow Melvin. of Milton won
Notice is given that by vii ure ot execution -
issued br the CIRCVIT COURt hath made the earth by his power, and son left on Thursday of this Beginner Department be di- : the Santa Rosa seat when his op.ponent -

OF PALM BE.\CII COreIT} FLORIDA he hath established the world by week for Fort M'ers Beach where : rected by Mrs. S. MuUi.s; Primary, Morrison Kimbrough, with-
dated 11 day of 1940against J. F.
PETTY in the case of hiq L.self fS. Bon- his wisdom, and hath stretched each family has leased a cottage : Irs. W. Kemp: Junior, Mrs. M. i drew. I. Walter Hawkins defeated -
nle Petty, being ca..e No 14161 therein, out the heavens by his discretion"Jer. for a month's vacation at the Unwin: end Intermediate rrs. C.Ioberg. : Rep. Goodwin M. Nilsson of

in interest the principal costs anet'sung fees of to$400.00 be added with ( 10:10, 12). seashore.Mr. Rev. C. A. roberg will Deland In Colusia. Joel 1. Potter,

thereto: that I. JOHN F. KIRK Among the citations which comprise and Mrs. Lynn Elarbce of be the principal. All are invited. of Chipley, defeated E. M. Weaver,

SnERIFF FLORIDA OF hare PALM duly levied BEACH same COUNTY on an the Lesson.Sermon h the fol- Fort Lauderdale visited relatives I There will be no charge. A picnic In Washington. John E. Spooner,

undivided half interest owned by the lowing from the Bible: "In the beginning in Pahokee over the weekend. : will be given at close. 1 of Madison: defeated Rtp. Otis
said J. F PETTY in the following lands God created the heaven . .. 13
Mr. and .
located in Palm Beach County Florida rrs. J. M Elliott and i I Pi'aIn Madison Count by a
to wit; Lots 17, 18. 19. do 20 in Block and the earth. And God saw every children, Mrs. O. R. Bleech and MISS FLORIDA ; vote margin, and is in ,unless the
U7, tn the Toornslte ot Lucerne according thing that he had made, and, be- the
to plat of Palm Beach Farms Miss Joy Lou Bailey were visitors official canvass should change
Co. No. 2. recorded in Plat Book No. 2. hold, it was very good. And the in Okeechobee on Tuesday. i MIAMI BEACH Miss Jackie standing.

pages Circuit 29 Court to 40, ot In the Palm office BeACh ot Clerk Count of, evening and the morning were the Miss Imogene Hough 1946 PaI I Jennings, 18 year old brunette --.. .. -

Florida: that I will offer same for sixth day" (Gen. 1:1, 31), hokee High School graduate, plans I representing Coral Gables, won the I From two to five miles of elee-
ule to the highest bidder for cash be- The Lesson-Sermon also includes i concealed In the
to enroll for nurse's training at I "ML Florida" beauty contest, tricirin2' is
fore the west front door of Palm Beach
County Courthouse during legal hours the following passage from the the Nurse3' School, Alachua Coun- ctaged by the Miami Beach Junior : walls of railway passenger cars

ot this sale the, Oft 28 day the of tat May day. 1946.ot July, 1996: Christian Science textbook, ty Hospital, Gaine.svilJe. Miss Chamber of Commerce and111 I built by Pullman-Standard Car

JOHN P. KIRK. Sherttt "Science and Health with Key to Hough went to Gainesville Friday I represent the state at the Atlantic Manufacturing Co

ida.Palm Beach Count, Flor- the Scriptures" by Mary Baker to make arrangements for entering City beauty pageant late this .

By John McKendrick, Eddy: .Deity was satisfied with the school. summer. Wanda Chennault of The water supply system of the

Deputy Sheriff His work. How could He be otherwise Mr. and Mn!. Alvin Armstrong I Miami was second, and Laurel Kaiser-Frazer automobile plant at
Pub.: May 31, June 1, U. 21. 21. 1946
.. since the spiritual creation and Blanche Elizabeth Bowers I Norden, one of Dick Pope's Cypress Willow Run, Mich. Is large enough

was the outgrowth, the emanation motored to Orlando Sunday to Gardens beauties, was third, to supply a city of more than

of His infinite self-containment visit Blanche Elizabeth's mother, representing Winter Haven. 40,000 people

r BEACH I 6)and. immortal om" (p. 519:3- --- ---
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GREEN FEES: An 18-man grand jury, including

11 EEKESUR, $2 one negro, was Impanel by

\\T-EKD.\\'S, SI.SOSE.tSONAL Judge Joseph S. White Tuesday Pahokee Fish Market
morning in circuit court. Judge
3E.\mEltSlIU'S: White appoint P. H. Odom, fore- D

Individual $60 plat tax man, and James L. Nowlin. viceforeman. -
Fancily . $73 plus tax OFFERS THE EST IN

Other member: Barry Offer-

f Sandwich and man, Stanley Krecl, J. M. Lloyd,
Fresh Dressed
Bar Servicewwwuwuwuwvvw Forrest R. lbngge, Harry Panos, D Poultry

John L. IUyoom, Howard F.

Jones 1. A. White, O. D. Priest, j DD Come in-Ri\'e your order-and we'll dre:Ss 'em while you wait' You'll really

Jr. R. O. White. E. C. Holland D enjoy eating these plump, freshly killed hickens. Hundreds of homes in Pahokee
AI Pickard Milton H. Yohey Cart

HUDSONTERRAPLANE Lindsay, Max Ackerman and Theodore f. D bur them weekly.Fryers .

Dowdell, ::: D

For proper service by trained CUBING srSrr.XDED HellS Dircks

mechanics and for genuine Hudson All Cub scouting activities in -

Parts see your authorized Pahokee bare been suspended for

dealer. the months ot June, July and August -
Don't dell)'. Put your car in according to John D. Rogers,

shape for summer drhing. Cub Scoutmuter.- -.-. Good Supply of Fresh Eggs

lays art costly.Mortensen.
ML and Mrs. L. J. Frasure spent

Motors the past week end in Miami where Pure Georgia Cane SYRUP, Made In Douglas . 51.60 Cal
13U Sooth Owe Phone 9612 he attended the Elk ron\'ention.

West Palm Beach F1Lr They went from there to Fort
Mftn for a. few days vWt.

Friday, June 7, 1946 The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Page Five

Pahokee Student Ceremony Honors WSCS Helped Can r -

Wins Art Award Lost Navy Pilot Food For Starving i ii : BERRY FUNERAL HOME I

Colleen Marshall, Pahokee High A Memorial Day flag.raising i The Canal Point Methodist I !

School student, won first place ceremony in memory of the late i Woman's Society of Christian Ser- ,
'vice helped 4.H girls and I I'of : Ambulance Service
among high.school students of the Lt Otto Ross Bleech U. S. Navy women
the community recently can 16 I
County, in the Safety Campaign torpedo bomber pilot who died in i
of food
cases for the relief of over II
Po.ster Contest sponsored recently a plane collision in the Pacific seas starving people, according to I i Pahokee Ph2 Belle Glade Ph 247 .1

by the Junior Red Cross. As an during the closing days of the war, a report made by Mrs. T. W. Grit- I

award MLss Marshall was presented was held at the home of his par- Pith, church social relations chairman L

with a six.weeks' art course ents, Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Bleech at a WSCS meeting held at
Mrs. Griffith's home Tuesday aft-
scholarship at the Norton Gallery on Wednesday evening of last ernoon. It was also revealed in -
and School of Art in West Palm week. A special flagpole was her report that the local WSCS collected I I Ii
Beach. On Wednesday of this erected on the front lawn of the I
and packed eight boxes of
week Mrs. Jess M. Elliott, local Bleech home on Bacom Point Road
clothing for overseas relief in I
Junior Red Cross director, took for the ceremony. Europe. I i Animals Need i!
Miss Marshall to West Palm This year Mr. and Mrs. Bleech The group voted to send two
Beach where WJNO established annual school I
she spoke on a an
;members to the Florida School of I
radio program at 10 a. m. before award, known as the Ross Bleech Missions which will be held at I i
enrolling in the School of Art. Mathematics Award, in memory of Southern College, Lakeland, in I
In the elementary school divis- Lt. Bleech's fondness for mathe- September.Plans Health

ion of the poster contest Dicky At- matics while attending school. were made for an all-day
kins, sixth grade pupil, won first : This award is to be presented an- study of the group's mission book
school with to the best student In math-
place at the Pahokee nually "
Cross Over Africa, to be held
Peggy Lynn Shirley and Jimmy ematics at Pahokee High School. I
at the home of Mrs. F. M. Wilson
Rozelle, runners-up. At the Can- The first winner of this award was
on Monday, June 10, starting at Remedies
al Point school Billy Tuberville, Imogene Spivey, ninth grade stu- 10:30 a. m.ith a covered-dish :
fifth grade pupil, was runner-up. dent.
luncheon at noon. It was voted to
present in the future to each presi- !I I
den of the local
society a WSCS i I
life membership.Mrs. I
D J. T. Parker presented the !I There is nothing better for treatments I, I

ANNOUNCING . o program which had as Its theme, :
a "Evangelism, A S t rat e g y of ; than the famous Dr. LeGeal's
Peace." Mrs. Morris Dart was in I II I
and Sale
Display charge of the devotionals. medicines. Poultry and CO\\' prescriptions !

... 1 '

OF THE FAMOUS Funeral Services i poultry tablets, poultry worm ;

For E. L. Garrett tablets, hog remedies and dry disin- :, I

JEEP E. L. Garrett, 66, of Pahokee, I fectant powder, sprayers, dog remedies : !
died at his home following a long
D illness. He has been a resident flea powders insecticides and
Which goes to the job-whererer it jg ,
of Pahokee 12 years. I ;

IT'S A TRUCK-IT'S A TRACTOR-IT'S A 0 He is survived by his wife, Irs. : a full line of garden tools. i ii
Mahala Garrett, Pahokee: two .
i I
RUNABOUT-IT'S A POWER UNIT! daughters, Irs. Myrtle Walker of :
D Sarasota and Miss Hetty Garrett, r I
Pahokee: three sons, Cecil Garrett I
Army of Occupation in Ger- ; : i
DD many, and Dalton and George Car- i
rett of Pahokee: two brothers,
GarageD Steve and John of Ponce de Leon.

D E Belle Glade, Fla. Phone 126 QD oD I Methodist at Funeral 3:30: p. services m.church Thursday were with conducted the at Re\theI I i KILGORE S ED CO1 I

Carl A. Ioberg in charge. Burial
anmmmm mdI was at Port Iayaca cemetery, Pahokee Ile Glade .
_. Phone 3201 lOne 106
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Capt. Leviton Is j

a oa o ao ofloaa rD Lions Club Speaker 1 I II

Attention High i School Seniors Capt. L. Leviton, head of the '
Migratory Labor Hospital at Belle
aQ Glade was guest speaker at the !
Tuesday luncheon meeting of the I I

YOuL WANTED o Pahokee gave a talk Lions on Club.the causes The speaker, sym SILKALITE 1;H HI

0 toms and effects of polio and cau-
tioned the public against hysterics Hs
80'"fD5 NURSES In regard to the disease. Many

D o common childhood diseases are I I : PRODUCTS
a more deadly than polio-it is the H i s iI
mystery obscuring the cause of in- I
__ fantile paralysis that makes it so
1 j Enroll today as a student nurse terrifying to the public, he said. : I'
I .
The Lions announced that their i'
in the Accredited Hospital annual ladies night program will
i ;
be held on Tuesday, June 18. E. LIQUID TRANSPARENT I
::= Training School-At the
.wr IllS H. Browning of Belle Glade and
.._..- Roy Pope of Canal Point were t ; Finest Finish For I
luncheon guests. : I
i .._ I '
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a ; i Boats Bar Tops FurnIture '
The Orange General Hospital Rev. Moberg To Mark I
5th Year In Pahokee :
t! II I
If you are a High School graduate-between 18 and Sunday will mark the fifth anniversary ,i

34 years of age, of sound mental and physical health of the Pahokee ministry Recommended Coverage
0 Rev. C. A. Moberg, pastor of \
and 01 character
good you are urged to enlist in the
the First Baptist Chuch. At the I
Fall classes as a Nurse Trainee. eleven o'dock service the next in 4-z. one coat-30 sq. ft. .................... Price $ .35 ;
the series of sermons based on
Orange General Hospital conducts a training school 'The Sermon on the Mount". will 8-oz. one coat-65 sq, ft. ........._.-....... Price 5 I

approred br American Hosl1ital Association and &;J be preachtd. The subject will be, 16-oz. one coat-135 sq ft. .......-........... Price 1.25 ,I
American Medical "And Lead Us Not Into Tempta- Ii
Association. It offers every facility i:J .. i
for Nurses Training-unusual class rooms- lion but Deliver Us From E\iI. 3oz. qt. one coat-.7i sq. ft. ........... PrIce '.>....,. !'
Mrs. 110berg will sing! "Sin ShallQ I
science laborator '-demonstration room facilities I Not lIn.eDominion, Over You" At 1-2 gal. one coat-550 sq. ft. ..._........... Price 4.00
and an experienced and capable teaching staff. Itpro'ide the evening hour of 8:30: the pastor -
I will preach on the fifteenth of 1 gal. one coat-BOO sq. ft. ................ Price 7.50
$ comfortable dormitorie5-with adequate
the Baptist Articles of Faith, "The
space for home life, recreation and entertainment. 0) Christian Sabbath." The orchestra Sold on a Money Back Guarantee I

a 1 will augment the song senice.j I
Student nurses get complete maintenance with three 1redita.
The "I1Iuminated Cross
wl vacation annuall)'. j tion" will be presented.
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Nursing is a time honored profession-and training i; Qrn'S \S PRINCIPAL

required for graduation is equal to a college educa- BETZNER
unct has resigned 3.J
tion. Mrs toel
principal of Canal Point schooL I
Make application today for enrollment in the Fall ij; She bu been retained au a teacher THE HARDWARE STORE '
classes by contacting Director 01 ing.-Orange Iii by the county board. 11rs. Lence
General hospital, Orlando, Florida. Iii has done &n excellent job IS heAd MAIN STREET BELLE GLADE, FLA. ;
of the local school and patrons will 1i It
be happy to know that she ls going I : i

to remain In the..school. s"iten. i -


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from huner. Children cannot understand the why of WILL YOU GIVE .

er-theY know only the gnawing pain, the piteous weak. LIVE?
...... _A heartbroken mother listens helpl ssly.
Heir only hope-and the hope of millions like chero-is tfAme4xns

will not be complacent in a starving wrorld . that Hili'S WHAT yqu cry DO I
19.11 !iU abate the abundance that is')'ours. ,

You are pledged to"Share a Meal Every Day; ;' co helpsupply I. GiVt MONEY. i

starving people with fat and wheat products.But the need for all More food can be obtained Cot s given :
foods !s $0 desperate that youtt asked to do more . to give I amount of money'when: it is bought can.money I

to buy food, or give food in tin cans, and to give genet- ttally and in large quantities. Send cash,
ously! i money order,or check to your local Liner.Whet. .
t .the food you give will go.Contributions of canned seney Food Collection Committee or to
foods will be distributed free in war-devastated countries OD lee Marshall, Executive Director, 100
the basis of greatest need. Maiden lane, New York 7. N. Y

Why food must be In tin cans. Food in tin cans can be CANS.
handled safely for distant shipments and travel over difficult ]
y Food Collection
roa ds'e at any Emergency
d epot.
Why the need Is so desperate. The battles thc( brought
us victory scourged most of the countries that fought as our ; Urge your church, club, or organization
w. to participate
allIes. The worst drought in fifty years followed the wat. Crops \ i-

. failed throughout Europe and Ala. 500,000,000 men, women,
and children are hungy and slart'ing.



on behalf of UNRRA

HENRY A. WAlLACI, National Chairman


Canal Point Baptist Church Canal Point Iethodist Church


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On the first anniversary of V-E I turned to civilian life, with 75t or
HOME Day, Schenley Distillers Corpora 90 percent of the homecoming- I

iivtii lifE''] I ILI'LI' ] L11IIUIllIiil From TheWAR tion reported who left 8213 for of the war 1,839 had employees re.- ;, pan erans payroll.already back on the com-

Lt. (jg) David Chancey is home
from the war. He arrived in Pa-
hokee last Saturday after being
separated from the service in

Jacksonville.been stationed Recently at Floyd David Bennett has 15th Baptist Article of Faith

Field New York. He was there
"w, three months after returning from
"The Christian Sabbath"Ve
I overseas. He plans to enter college
4 just as soon as arrangements can
be made. David spent three
years and seven months in Uncle

s ,, Sam's service and helped to wind
I up the Pacific war by going into believe that the first day of the week is the
Tokyo. He was on the aircraft
carrier, Lexington and was pilot Lord's Dar, or Christian Sabbath; and is to be
on a torpedo bomber
S ... kept sacred to religious purposes, br abstaining

gp lUte1l'l Warings Honored from secular labor and sinful recreation, by the

SEUOOO 1'/ c'P' At Surprise Party devout observance of all the means of grace both
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g.btin' .
O p law tb'P..in.g' -
:: U..: 1 p..k.g.lime or tenon jn ce1 in order Mr and Mrs. Ben S. Waring, private and public; and by preparation for that
}\ : '/, CUP Iiqul4' who to Madison, F1a.,
os\llg are moving
water neat
boiling g.l.tin. cooked crib rest that remaineth for the people of God:
". Prepare..cbsbt04404, ; '/sgiven. CUP with their family next week, were
v Add 1 coP 1 ,ninced green pepper ofnely salad honored at a surprise party and
sJ1tU1'P: / 'fo""o.\S the lawn of
,4 t/, coP longer.lobster picnic given on the
chopped eel.l1: chl1l hOors nth dress Waring home Friday evening by
to taste ; toP members of the Simonson-Lair
: salt lettuce leaves cheese Paid Advertisement of the
dressing crisP, cuM d setve with 1inB Circle, WSCS. The presentation ofa
00 111:1:1serves First Baptist Church, Pahokee, Fls.
Serve g.ruISh with,4ish rosela..E9 of SAX farewell gift was made by Miss
: and uu, f..old Allie Ferguson in behalf of the
waters D'f' circle.
6-S. $5.00 to Jo!... c. W. Cooper this Inviting Among those attending were Dr.

SAX h" nailed Beach, Floods, for regional recipe and Mrs. W. H. Lair, Dr. and Mrs.
tons Send ay your vriU betecip W. T. Abbey, Mr. and Mrs. Arch wwwwwwwwwCanal
e. $5.00 .
If pOblbb04 Recipeits Edisuggestion. Blakey, Mr and Mrs. O. D. Carpenter .
use- Address: Sacksoapaid Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Schroder,
for llrewing co..P"y Mr and Mrs. I. W. Weeks, Mr. ; I
tor, JJJt and Mrs. R. F. Hurt, Rev. and Mrs.T. !
villa, flotid" A. Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. i Point Machine Works :
Anderson, Mrs. Emma Wheeler,
Mrs. W. A. Howell, Miss Elizabeth I I
: Manufacturers Of I
A: Caraway, Miss Allie Ferguson,
4.'f4d Miss Margaret Anderson, Freddie ! IRRIGATION AND DRAINAGE PUMPS I

f Blake)', Pat Elliott and Murray , HYDRAULIC MOLE DRAINS .

fls $ Weeks. 1IOd. . : WEED CHOPPERS I I
Jensen Named To 1 1 I I

r ; We Are Agents'.For I I II


L..V. McClelland, eommanderelect -
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of Fred and Percy Mansfield :
tTT : r Post 90, American Legion, tendered HAVE DRAG tINE CALE IN STOCK I
5 his resignation 3.9 commander I
at a meeting of the post in the
city hall Monday night. In explan- CANAL POINT PHONE 53 P. o. BOX 466

: ation Mr. McClelland said that -

other work made it impossible for ,
him to fulfill the duties of the of- 11'l; MANUFACTURE E\'ERYTIIING TIIAT'S

GOlOlR 1 five of commander. MADE OUT OF IRON FOR USE IN :
The post accepted McCleliand'sresignation
A ND fl i with regrets and elect- TilE GLADES !
MIR\ ed Edward A. Jensen to replace i
o him as commander. Jack Phillips
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I ItSH ciJ was elected to replace Jensen as
\\lavor. .Ihislempling finance officer of the post.It .
fitfully regional SALAD.You'll was announced that a joint installation -
SEAfOOD of new officers of the \
cool those
to bring out Pahokee and Belle Glade Legion PIANOSJEWELRYMUSICJ
find il simple when you Posts and their Auxiliaries will be
oillavor, the held at the Country Club in Belle
hidden gems sparkling 1AX Glade on June 18. The Legion.s W. R ASH LEYJE'ELER
make Solden to this delicious district commander of Lake Worth Belle Glade, Fla
companion beverage Will be installing officer
recipe. Roy O'Neal was appointed to organize -
weather .
lood Of10f
warm with good { a local Legion Drum and GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY
enjoyed 01
whether any time Bugle Corps and a committee was
relreshment especially appointed to organize a local
f satisfying...brewed Legion rifle team. Legion pins .',
day"'JAX 01 the Sout\.east were distributed to new members
the distinctive taste peak 01 its attending the me-eUng. A hundred
for the very
at dependon or more veterans were present.
reachtS yoU You can . .
mellow.rich goodne friendship, cot1AX A Servant of the Glades
Drink 01 nave Separate Seats On
the that
and superb \flavor Florida Busses For

high quality White And ColoredTALLAHASSEEChairman 4 Buses To Miami

Ir'cs. I To Nest Palm Beach

i, E.
A',.,., SQy JAX,' S. Matthews of the Florida Railroad Daily To Ft Myers R Lakeland
r t MM yov tet'f hr I Commission said Tuesday
letter her { 1 that bus companies operating in
I "ey fir! the State "ill be pected" to

4IIil continue comptingith a rule re- Glades Motor Lines Inc.
[ quiring separate seats for white ,

and negro pasengers.He .
made the announcement at :
the fond of a commission confer.ence -
oil what if any effect a U. S.
Supreme Court decision prohibit. I
BY : lng segregation of negroE'3' on Viirginta -
I interstate commerce buses
would have in Florida.
Millard F. Catd\\"tll'S
Go\ only
Shelley Connell comment on the Supreme Court
dK'ision'U that "from the standpoint -
of amicable relations between '
BELLE GL.\Di FL.\ the races, rm sorry it was I 1
necessary for the court to rule at
it'did. I do not believe it will be 1 1I

I conducive to harmoo). I

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"I j I! Pahokee !;! 1!' !!I

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Open Leller To The I

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i i I Pahokee City Council i : : ;

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I SO far the clean up drive has borne fruit. Don't be stampeded by a few :; I 1

\ who refuse to abide by the rules and regulations. Stick by your guns i! :

I ( and assist the state inspectors in cleaning up the remaining filth in Paho- I

I kee. It still is present on many sides and the inspectors can find plenty i I

\ more if they but take another Jook. Up 'til now the drive has done a Jot of j !, !

good. Many truckloads of trash, garbage and filth have been carted off i :! I II
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\,. to the dump. I:;, I 1 1t I!
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POLIO-of near epidemic proportions-stares us in the face in Palm i i iI
I Beach county. There is no reason to beat around the bush about it. Let's I ;
I face facts as they are. fore than 30 cases are being treated today in this I i

I county. Are you as a governing body going to "pull in your horns" now or :
'I : are you going to continue the fight to get Pahokee's filth cleaned up? : I I i iI

I : You are doing a noble job and are earning the undying gratitude of Paho- i ,

t kee citizens, although you are irking some few. I,
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I r : I The state inspector described some of the quarters in Pahokee colored I'I

'I I town as being "NOT FIT FOR A HOG TO LIVE IX." That's plain talk. ;

: I i I Straight from the shoulder of a. man who knows sanitary conditions i : :

;. I I when he sees them. The Pahokee City CouncIl 15 doing a grand Job. It :
p"1: 1 ; seems to me that any one who would not hold up their hands in this. I

; splendid effort, would betray the confidence they have placed in them.I .
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i;, I cleaned up.

: I Keep Up The Good Work!

: ; It's A Swell Job So Far.-Lel's Finish If

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