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Title: The Everglades news
Alternate Title: Belle Glade news
News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Belle Glade ; Canal Point, Fla.
Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Publication Date: July 5, 1946
Copyright Date: 1946
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
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Volume ID: VID00446
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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ORIGINAL


Esta/isAed 1924


ILLEGIBLE


IDES


"The Truly Dstnguished Mind
Prefers the Provinces'


PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDIN


CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY


Vacation School T. "" Legion Post
SGle League won its encounter Regular Meel
Start MondayAt Sunday afternoon with the Belle -
SGade aggregation by a score of 7 At a meeting of
Met to 6. The game was played under Percy Mansfield Am
e~thod~st r extremely unsatisfactory weather Post No. 90 at the C
conditions-it rained most of the day evemng an effo
time. to secure more sur
A Vacation church school will be for the veterans in
conducted at the Pahokee Metho FELLOWSHIP DINNER Members voted to se
dist Church starting Monday and The Board of Stewards of the 't congressmen, s
continuing for two weeks. A com- Pahokee MethodL't church will American Legion Na
radesntp team of young people in- conduct its fellowship dinner and quarters in Washingt
eluding; Mis Dorothy Rawley, meeting in the social hall at the testing the '.. all aU
Mim Tuten, Miss Nell Howes and church Thursday at 8 p. m. plus government pro
Miles Miriam Haynes, will arrive ing to veterans.
saturday to aist with the schooL Post Commander
YTiths week will be observed the azarene Bible Jensen named the
lst week of the school with ser- School To Close m a n e t resolution
vices each evening for the youth of Loel Lence, Chaplair
the town. The Vacation Bible school which and John T. Pickett
Rev. C. T. Howes, pastor of the is being conducted at the Niazarene reported that the Ci
church, will be the general super- Church will close Friday. The Rev. to donate a lot to th
Intendant and the following offic- and Mrs. Luther Shaw of Okla- with the requirement
er and teachers were chosen to be homa City, who have been in home should be built
in charge of the various depart- charge of the school, will also have erty within five yeav
ments at a meeting of the Board charge of the commencement ex- located on Bacom P
of Christian Education Monday ercises. The program will include joining the Boy Scou
evening; Beginners. M Ruth numbers by the chorlu, illustrated Commander Jen
Hatton, superintendent. Mt W. talks by Mrs. Shaw and numbers that new flags and
Robert Walker, Mrs. J. D. Rogers from various departments. Certi- post had arrived and
and Mrs. R. Schaer asmiting: fiest will be issued to those at-' catory service would
M Margaret Anderson, supern- tending. at the next meeting
tendet of the primary department Members of the school will go the flags. Carmen
with Mrs. Gorge Prguson al d to the City Park Friday following reported that the clay
Mrs. R. F. Hut allating: Mr the morning session for a picnic ball diamond at the
M. Elott sa mrnteadet of the aafaietvitte, on the greiopia.d 4
OaIVaMr s bttS t efr the acooltotaled hbers to volunteer to
Howe and Mrs Jack Spmcer a- 117. Omle and teachers are: I. J Frasure ash
seagig; m Frances Howd sAp- Mrs. Wile Davis, superintendent of Legion members eo
ednteadent of the intermediate de- the beginner department assisted the City waterworks
apartment with Misi Lol Byrd a by Mrs. R C. Moore; Mrs Dick securing pipe to lay
isting. Johnson. superintendent primary in Vetville, the ne
The school will start at 9:00 and department assisted by Mrs. T. S. for veterans.
continue to 11:30 a. Spooner: Mrs. Earl Pitts, junior The next meeting
department assisted by Mrs. Ro- conducted on July
LOTIE MOON CIBCE land Todd: Mrs. C. M. Todd, inter- joint meeting with
The ottle Moon circle of the mediates, girls division, the Rev. Legion Auxiliary. A
Baptist Woman's Miionary Un- R. C. Moore, boys' division. per will feature the
on will conduct a Royal Service
program at the church Monday at father. F. M. Shau|
3:30 p. m. Mrs. Stella Mullia. pro-m r who died at his homi
gram chairman, will be in charge day. He was accomi
of the program. Shaughnessy and th
Miss Jean Shaughne
Mil Nelwyn Williams of West Chuck Elliott, S a
Palm Beach was the week end Chuck Elliott, so
guest of her mother Mrs. O W. R. W. Sander has returned from Mrs. Jess Elliott
Pow fhe several days trip to Missour. summer camp at Ca
Mr and Mrs Arch Blakev andI and Episcopal camp


Captain Maurice Fletcher, form-
er instructor in Pahokee High
school has received his discharge
from the army is now associated


Has -aw County Tax Roll
Ling The Pahokee Boy Scout troop
23- will nottonduct regular meet- Ih lOw Increase
the Fred and ings at the scout but during the Wllfo Ineas
encan Legion summer but will hold social get- F r Year Of 19nl
ity Hall Mon- together meetargs several times


nt was made aunng the month according to
plus property Melvin Spooner. scoutmaster. The
this section. first of the series of social meet-
.nd telegrams ings was conducted on the govern-
enators, and ment levee last Thursday evening.
tional Head- Swimming and games were enjoy-
on. D, C. pro- ed and wieners were roasted and
mount of sur- served with i picnic lunch. Spoon-
perty now go- er is being assisted in the work by
Slater Brewton.


SShowing a $7.000,000 increase in
'astssid values of real estate and
other tangible properties subject
to taxation and a $70,000.000 rise
in valuatin.- of intangible proper-
ties, the Palm Beach county tax
roll for 1946 was presented Mon-


Edward A. iday.
ollwin p er. I The county commission started
n commit tee; Reception Held For s on s a board of equalizer
n A. J. Uvely New Methodist Pastor to hear any complaint on the aa-
, sr. Pickett i- sesaments.
ty had agreed I The Rev. and Mrs. C. T. Howes Complant of the National Air
e Legion post and children. Helen. Mary Ann and Lnes that the county' $30,000 tax
that a Legion Daniel, newlyappointed Methodist valuation on its airplanes was
t on the prop- I minister and his family, were hon- "arbitrary" and unlawful, was
rs. The lot is ored at a reception at the parson- first to be received.
point Road ad- age Friday evening. The cpmmisson voted to inform
t property. Roses and gerbras formed the the NAL and also the Eastern Air
en reported centerpiece on the refreshment Lines, against which the county
rifles for the table which was laid with a lace bas a $60,000 assessment, that it is
I that a dedi- cloth and illuminated by lighted accepting the assessor's valuation.
be conducted tapers. It asked them to file any further
g to dedicate Mrs. H. J. Anderson was at the objections by Friday.
8alvatore. er., punch bowl and Mrs. Emma Total assessed valuation f tang-
Sfor the base- Wheeler and Mrs. I. W. Weeks ble properties in the new roll s
city park was served the cake. Mrs. J. Schro- $41 81.385 compared with the
tor mea- der presided at the guest book. 19d total of $138,73,707. The to-
spread it. Others assisting were; Mrs. T. L tal includes real estate valuation
d tiat the Burea Mrs. J. D. Rogers Mrs. J. of $11.270,020 compared with
late with V. Thomas. Mrs. L L Stuckey. $11.7,840 for 195.
apartment in Mrs. M. Lair and Miss Margaret Homestaud exemptions are
the pipe llnes Anderson. Igate 27,810,920 compared with
r subdivision Those receiving with the honor the 1945 figure of 28.994,200. As-
guests were: Mrs. Ralph Stanley, aeaor James M. Owens, jr. said
whidh will be Mrs. Arch Blakey, Mrs. H. C. there are almost 500 more home-
15 will be a Graham, Mrs. J. M. Elliott, and steads in the county this year than
the American T i. Burns. Guests included many lat.
Potluck sup- members and non-members of the Valuations of tangible property
meeting. Church. against which taxes will be levied
!aggregate $115.64.64.5, compared


ghnessv. sr., Mrs. A. R Rice visited her
e there Thurs- daughter, Mrs. Myers Fountain
anied by Mrs. who is a patient at a sanitarium in
eir daughter. Orlando Sunday.
asy. Blanche Elizabeth Bowers, who
n of Mr and spent the winter with her uncle
.'is attending and aunt. Dr. and Mrs. L W. Arm-


mp Wngman
at Avon Park


son Freddie left Tuesday morning He was accompanied to camp by
for Heber Springs, Ark., where his mother and his grandmother,
they will visit his parents. From Mrs. Emma Wheeler who returned
[there they will visit Mrs. Blakey's to their homes Monday.
Relatives in Clinton and Tulsa Mr. and Mrs. Robert Webb have
IOkla. They plan to be away until returned to their home in New
,September 1et. York after visiting Mr. Web's
Earl Pickren spent the week- brother and sister-in-law Mr and
'end with friends in Okeechobee Mr.- W. H Webb in Pahokere
City. Mr, and Mrs. E J. JNewame and
Mike Sanders spent Sunday In children have returned to their


with the Okeelanta Producers and 1 Lake Worth. home in Lake Worth after visiting
Procesors Corporation. He and Dr. George Belk of Gastonia. N. Mrs. Newsome's parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Fletcher live in Clewiston. iC. accompanied by his sister Miss Mrs. A. B Gray in Pahoker.-
Capt. Fletcher entered service Pett Belk of Kershaw. S C. have Carol Carpenter. daughter of Mr.
April 7. 192 and received his dis- returned to their home after visit- and Mr, Dan Carpenter, is a pat-
chrge June 24, 19G. He partict- ing their nephew and family. Mr. lent at the Good Samartian Hos-
pated in two major campaign, and Mrs,. M Belk in Pahokee. pital in West Palm Beach whrre
Ti, Rhineland and Central Europe. They were accompanied on their she is ill with Virus penumonia
During his service e hwas connect- return by Misl Phylls Belk and Mrs. W. A. Keen :s spenanig
ed with the 9th division, (9th di- her brother George M. Belk Jr., several waeks with her daughter :n
vision. 3 divisioa, and 23rd corps and Miss Gwendlyn Belk of Miami Clewaston
artillery and third division. The who will spend several weeks a Mrs. 0 0 Gilbert and son Othan
th division was his combat d- their guests. have returned to Pahokee from At-
vision which wa the first division Harry W. Peteran d Bradenton ant a. a where they visited rel-
to contact the Russians. Before spent several days in Pahokee this ative for several weeks Miss
leaving the states on Dec. 1. 194. week. Fy Gilbert, her daughter who
he wa stationed at Fort Bragg. Basil Todd. son of Mr and Mrs accompanied them :a visiting her
N. C., t Sll Okla., Camp Adair.C. M. Todd. who listed in the U, uncle and aunt. Mr and Mrs W
Oregon and Camp Shelby, Ml.. S. Navy last week has been sent 0. Jones in Roanoke, Va.
He atteaded four service school to Binbidge. Md.. or his boot Mr. and Mrs. Eugene H Grab-
at rP Sl. Ola. His decorations camp training. He graduated m and daughter Judy of Wash-
include the 3AM rbbon wth two from the Pahokee High School ington. D C. wer the guest Mon-
bttle stan. AT ribbon. Victory in 196 elM of which he was preo- day of Mr. Graham's uncle and
medal. ~mpatll medaL Germ-, ldnt aunt. Mr and Mrs. H. C. Graham
sy, bire star, m itorlous *e- Cty Cmuathm n r Shaugh- Mr Graham, a member of the t
vim plae awarded to battery of ney was called to Amarllo. Tai- Marine Band, is making a tour
whih he was commander. as on account of th death of his of the states with his family


strong. has gone to Ohio to spend
the summer with an aunt there.
Mr, and Mrs. Willard W. Mc-
Curdv had as their week end
guests Mr and Mrs. Carl Bridges
of Stuart, Mrs. Eliza Steve of Mi-
ami and Mrs. George L Veazey of
Tampa.
Mr and Mrs. Harold ('arlisl-
and Mrs. W. G. Lnwe. mother of
Mr. Carlisle will leave Sunday for
San Diego. Calif. where they will
join Mr Lawe and they expret ti
make their home in Calif
T L Burns of Pahokee is a pat-
itrt at the Everglades Memornai
Hospital following a heart atta ck
on Tuesday.
Mr and Mrs I W Weeks their
son Murray and daughter, Miss
Flora Mary Weeks, who, L- home
on vacation from Dukr In:versityv
are spending two weeks at a fish-
ing camp near Leeaburg
Mr and Mrs Emery Wi.,ten ar-
companied by Mrs Wooten's sister.
Mr- Laura Ferraro have returned,
," a v:.:t w:'h Mrs Ferrar,*'
son-n-law and laughter Mr and
Mrs M Boothe of Charlesltn.
West Virgnma Mrs Boothe is the
former Miss Lucrnda Ferraro if
Pahoke" While away they attend-
ed a church assembly in Anderson,
Ind.
Dr and Mrs L W Armstrong
pent Sunday with Mrs Arm-
trong's sister. Mr& John Bower
who underwent an operation at a
hospital in Orando.


with $108.327.137 in 1945. Making
up the $115.664,645 figure are 589-.
459,100 worth of real estate;: 22.-
555.170 of personal property and
$3,650.375 in railroad and tele-
graph assessments Valuations oif
intangible personal property total
$46,627,210 on the new roll The
1945 figure was $136.643.100
This county will resl ive more
than $70.000 as its share if intan-
gible tax collections for the crr-
rent year, (omnlission Mlan-br
Paul Rardin sail
- *
Christian Place
Has New Body Man
Raymlnd (hristidn .f thi t'r.rit-
ian Chevrolet o'mpanv in Pahlke~
annotinues enplloyment (o Ex-'a'pt
MarHin Hutts n in the paint an-d
I.vy department Mr H:itt I,'
an expert in hi Ime v.i Mr
rhriltian is anxi-lis that In itru.t*
in this area give him a tril twh tr
there is paint or hbtdy w rk t', tr
done The paint and hidv dipart-
m.rnt at the Christian plia, is sep
arate and apart fronm t !.' rnie an-
iral department of tie garage
thu giving Mr Hiutt!on piervy rf
spare in whirh ti 'Aork The
Christian plae ir.v.te.- v-.'i t,, top
and .' n.': ,f Mr I." Sr-
wt.rk


BI sT NATION MOVED


W H Webb. sr has r:. rd the
bus station from the Big Lake
Store on the Lake front to the
Service Station across fr th
Eerglades Memorial nle ital on
the Blle Glade Road. M Itar-
ed stopping at the Me station of
Thursday of lat MN


FRIDA
July 5, 1946


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The Everglades News. Canal Point, Florida


THE EVERGLADES NEWS
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region
Established 1924 Published Every Friday
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advace
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Poet Office
In Canal Point, Florida, u Second Clas Matter.

Paul Rardin Editor and Publisher

Not Always A Crippler
People have a lot of strange notions about diseases, one of
the most prevalent is that. infantile paralysis kills or serious-
ly cripples whomever it strikes. Proof to the contrary comes
in the statement of Dr. Hart E. Van Riper, acting medical
director of the national foundation for infantile paralysis,
that as high as 75 per cent of those stricken with the disease
can be expected to recover without serious after-effects.
In an article appearing in the June issue of "Hospitals"
magazine, Dr. Van Riper goes on to say that the paralysis
so commonly regarded as an integral part of polio has been
shown to be a comparatively rare sequel of a wide spread
innocuous ailment. It is notable, however, that Dr. Van
Riper predicates a maximum recovery rate on accurate
diagnosis, adequate medical nursing care with early ther-
apy and immediate hospitalization.
With the polio epidemic season usually ranging from
late June through September-already evidencing itself
throughout the land, it would seem wise for the nation to in-
ventory its medical resources, so that crippling effects of
the disease may be held to a minimum. It is comforting to
the March of Dimes last January assures the best medical
treatment available at general hospitals wherever polio
strikes.-Clewiston News.


Cinematic Chatter
By Malcolm MUr

On Thursday-Friday. July 11-12,
there is a surprise show coming to


the Prince Theatre and I sure hope
you'll remember those dates and
wait for it.
This show is "Frontier Gal", and
It is going to turn out to' be one
of the best "glorified Westerns"
that you have sat through in some
time.
d 1


ard, Andrew Tombes, and Beverly
Simmons, and they certainly ex-
ert every effort to make this an
outstanding picture.
According to the story: Rod
Cameron is the unwilling husband
of this fire ball (Miss De Carlos).


Mixz De Carlos plays the part of
a female saloon keeper in a small
pioneer town.
Cameron does a stretch in prison
and upon his return finds he is the
father of a very lovely daughter,
S(the daughter played by this little
bundle cleverness, and a new comer


Lvely ivmnre L C .arfuos a to thle movie, ncverlty .Si onsU .
tall and handsome Rod Cameron The girl is kidnapped and a wide
are the stars of the piece. There search is instigated. After may
supporting cast is made up of such thrills, which includes Cameron's
well known players a Aldy De- battle at the edge of a cliff . .
vine, Fuy Knight, Sheldon LIen- which, by the way, is one of the






Prince Theatre

Pahokee, Florida


THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
JULY 11.12, 19


most thrilling parts of the show,
the girl is rescued.
The picture is so well written
that you find yourself roaring with
laughter one moment and hang-
ing onto the edge of the seat the
next.
There is a battle between Miss
De Carlos and Rod Cameron that
is a honey. It is seldon that we
see a man and woman put up such
a terrific battle as do these two in
this picture.
In the unreeling of the story
Miss De Carlos renders two song
numbers, "Set 'Em Up Again Joe"
and "What is Love." Fuzzy Knight,
in his inimitable manner renders
"Johnny's Comin' Home."
Its a peach of an action show
and I just hope you'll remember
that date with Yvonne De Carlos
and Rod Cameron.
See you at the movies-Mal.


Carr Kimball


The wedding of Miss Zona Gale
Kimball, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
L H. Kimball of Bryant and Jack
Raymond Carr, son of Mr. and
Mrs. K. Carr of Pahokee. took
place at the Canal Point Baptist
Church Sunday at 4 p. m.
Vows were exchanged before an
altar banked with white gladioli
and tuberoses arranged against a
background of palms and fern.
The Rev. I. E Enlow, pastor of the
Belle Glade Baptist Church, off-
iciated at the single nng cere-
mony.
The bride given in marriage by
her father, wore a two-piece suit
of white linen trimmed with Irish
lace. a white plastic hat with a cir-
cular sweep veil and a corsage of
orchids. She carried a white pray-
er book. Miss Betty Jean Wood-
yard, her only attendant, was at-
tired in a pastel blue crepe dress
with matching accessories and car-
ried a bouquet of carnations. Jul-
ian Branch was best man and
Ernest Boland and James Gibson
were ushers.
Mrs. Leo Wroten, soloist, sang
"I Love You Truly," accompanied
by Mrs. H. C. Graham and Miss
Dorothy Chbsan, pianist, played
pre-nuptial music and the tradi-
tional wedding marches. Mr. and
Mrs. Kimball were hosts at a re-
ception in the social hall of the
church following the ceremony.
The bride's table was laid with
a lace cloth and centered with a
three tiered wedding cake topped
with a miniature bride and groom.
Mrs. Sam Berry of Belle Glade.
aunt of the bride, served the cake
and Miss Rudy Williams was at
the punch table. Miss Lis Echols
presided at the bride's book. Oth-
ers asisting the hsteas were;
Mrs M. D. Geiger. Mrs G. Lawton
Sims. Mrs. J. S. Chastain and Mrs.
A. R Chastain.
The bridal party entertained Mr.
and Mrs. Car at a wedding supper
at the George Washington Hotel
in West Palm Beach after which
they left for a wedding trip to
Arkansas where they will spend a
month. Mrs Carr t a graduate of
the Pahokee High School. graduat-
ing with 194 class. Mr. Carr, a
graduate of a High School in Ark-
ansas. was recently discharged
from the U. S. Army after serving
three years, two of which were
spent in the South Pacific On their
return they will make their home
in Pahokee.


IN THE CIRCUIT COlUT. IN AND;
FOR P RS COUNTY. n.OI*
H)X
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(CHICERT NO. :141
HAZEL SHELNUT
P.tntiff
SHEIK TON SHELtT.I
Defe.dant
NOTE TO F4PPEU
TO 'HEI TON HEI.NUT 409 CON-
IORES6 EMPOR!4 KANSAS
y' a:, :.'- r re I-' %ppear o
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::. *A', Pa-. B-. Pam Bech[
C(. ,It; P. : Ia air. 'r Dlh V 11:l
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t:.- b I r.' t'.ld t.e kd
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a'' p'* r>'d .". p.i Beach
C ; -.di .. i -''. a^;rd


TW REIOA FAORTE


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Friday, July 5. 194


Page Two





f y y 5.


STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF


Bank of Pahokee


AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS


JUNE 29,1946


RESOURCES


LIABILITIES


Loans & Discounts....

Banking House
Furniture & Fixtures


$ 902,756.00


2000.00


Capital Stock


50,000.


Surplus ...........


United States Bonds.. $1,670,325.00


State, County sad
Municipal Bods ......
Stocks .........................


Undivided Profits
and Reserve..


908334


8925.00
5,000


Cashon Hand and
due from Banks........


$2,38620.5 $4,142,458.65


Deposits ..... $4,806,380.81


TOTAL.... 5,047214.65


TOTAL .... $5,047214.65


Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

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Pange


The Evergldes News, Canal Point. Florida


friday. July 5, 1941


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Page Four The Everglades News. Canal Point. florida Friday, July 5, 1946


G a Tibbitt En and Mr. H. D. Fields, jr., Danny Mullis, son of Mr. and
f Miami were the week-end guests Mrs. L M. Mull~ is a patient at
Sof relatives in Pahokee. Ens. Fields the Everglades Memorial Hospital
Mr. and Mr G. S. Tibbitts f with the U. S. Navy, is stationed where he is ill with a throat in-
Pahokee announce the marriage ol at the Miami Naval Base. fection.
their daughter. Miss Sleleen Tib-
bitts to Cecil Gray. son of Mr. and
Mr. A. B. Gray also of Pahokee, Melvin Spooner has returned
at their home on Bacom Point from a visit with friends in Glen- Mr. and Mrs. John Bolton have
Road Friday evening. Judge W. J. wood Springs, Colo., Walter Ridge gone to North Carolina for several
Larrimore performed the ceremony and Lynn Ark. weeks vacation.
in the presence of the family.
The bride, who wa unattended,
wore a blue crepe street-length IT EP HOKEE FL U RIDA
CITY OF PAHOKEE. FLORIDA
dress with black accessories. PASOKEE WATER WORKS
Mr. Gray attended the Pahokee SEPrEMBER 3a, IMn
Hih School and Mr. Gray was re- To the Honorable President and Members
cently discharged from the U. S. the CityFCouncil of
Army Air Corps where he served Gentlemen:
for two years. They are making In atcordanic with our agreement with you. we wish to report that we have
made a monthly au.t of the transactions recorded in the books of account of
their home in Pahokee. the City of Pahokee and of the City of Pahokee Water Works during the fIbcal


NOTICE TO TRAOCTO AND
EQUIPMENT DEAIUB
The City Council of the City
of Pahokee will receive sealed
bids up to eight o'clock, p. m.,
July 9, 1946, for light rubber tired
tractor, approximately thirty horse
power together with standard
equipment including highway
mower attachment and buldoser
blade and scraper blade with all
necessary attachments.
The City reserves the right to
reject any and all bids.
CITY OF PAHOKEE
By W. P. Walker,
City Clerk.
Pub. June 21, 28, July 5.

NOTICE
Sealed bids will be received by
the City of Pahokee, Florida, at
the City Hall until 8:00 p. m., July
2. 1946. for the furnishing of dry
chemical feeders for the Pahokee
City Water Plant
Specifications covering the equip*
ment to be furnished may be ex-
amined at the office of the City
Clerk, City Hall, or may be secured
from Smith & Gillespie. Engineers,
P. O. Box 1048, Jacksonville 1,
Florida.
The City reserves the right to
reject any or all bids and to waive
Informalities.
CITY OF PAHOKEE
By W. P. Walker,
City Clerk.
Pub: June 28 July 5, 12. & 1946


Clssid Ads


SE IC tanks and grease traps
cleaned and repaired. Phone
387 Bob Douthit, Pahokee. MIc

fOR SAIL: Three bed-room
bouw-close in and nearly new.
In Pabokee, Liberal terms. Price
N000. C. A. Bailey, Phone 70,
Belle Glade. StAp2ch

FOR SALE: ine display of New
and reonditioned trailer Small
down payment balance like rent.
We have three lots and carry a
Beventy-five thousand dollars
stock. we surely can Sove your
hoping problem. Arthur Tailer
aSe Bast main St Pahokee.
Open from 10 a. m. to p. am
daily including Smuday, tfch

LAND FOB BrT: 214 acre lake
bottom land near Pahokee for
rat Equipped with farm build
las. ample ditch bridges. etc.
CU( Belle Glade 105. J14ch

FOR SAI: Lot 11 In hospital
block in Pahokee. See Mack
Todd. J28pd

AU B TOC FOR Prompt delivery
Alroeol Company Bug Bomb, Lawn
Sprinklers and other goods. Phone
157 West Palm Beach. Prompt
delivery to merchants in Belle
Glade. Pahokee, Canal Point, and
Okeechobee. Southern Supply Co.
408 10 St. West Palm Beach,
Fa. St J 21-4tpd

T ml~i POR HIR: Haul any-
thing, go anywhere. Call 3331.
John Hatton. Pahokee. Fla
Jl4ch4t

FOR SALE: On Hushman meat
caM, 12 feet long. See Bud
Davs in Pahokee. StJ14c4t

FOR SALE: Desk and type-
writer. $75. Ora W Powell.
Phone 2581. Pabokee. St J24-2tc

WANTED: Apprentice projection-


yeu eoded September 30. 190 and IV respecuuuy submit tlie following com-
ments and financial statemnul as report of our findings.
CITY OF PAHOKEE
CASH ON HAND:
All bank account. were reconciled with statements furnished by the bank
All cancelled checks ere examined as to the amount, signatures, and endorse-
ments and found to be correct This amount is made up of the follow items
Bank of Pahoke Regular Account ........--------------- 9
Bank of Pahokee Special Account ------- .......-...- 2,004.20
Bank of Pahokee Firemen'i Fund ..................... 5225
Bank of Pahokee Sinking Fund -........- .....-. 2.g5571
114.607 42

TAXES RECEIVABLE:
This account represents all unpa i axes not Included In Tax Sale Certifi-
cates. follows
Year of Debt General
Levy Service Fund Total
1939 $ 211.12 $ 21112
19o0 ..--.......... ...... 22994 22994
1941 ..... .. 41 21507 25733
1942 ------ ---- -- 1 173990 20680
1943 1426 7236 8662
1944 420 1649 2089


$ 9523

TAX SALE CERTIFICATES:
This account is composed of the following'
Year of Debt
Tax Service
1938 and Prior ................ $
1939
1940 -- ----- -- --
1941 .... 154 87
1942 .... ... 17461
1943 .....--.------ --- 15994
1944 18563
S 67505


$ 91897



General
Fund
$35S492
1.32280
103341
814 10
92921
85668
99538169
1950381


$ 1.01420


PREPAID LICENSES:
This account has been placed on the book, in order that the collections on
occupational licenses for the vear ending September 30, 1946 received prior to
September 30. 1945 should be reflected in income for the proper period
VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT:
This account represents donations made by citizen- of the commIntty for
the purpose of purchasing a new fire engine
GAS STATION SUSPENSE aCCOUNT:
This account represents the exCep" of credit to Gas Station Account oier
Invoices ahich hale been charged to such account.
SURPLUS:
The following reconciliation of the Surplus Account reflect, the changes
in this account during the )ear under review
Surplus a, at October I. 1944 12492511
Less W P A. Project .. 80003
Assessments Recei able W P A.
Project -. 679 26
Notes Receivable .... ...- 1000 148929
82343582
Add Accounts Payable (Florida
Power & Light Co I ..........---------- 27361
Sale of Old Garbage Truck -.....--.. .12
Excess of Revenue o~er Expen ........ 240261
1267654
$3611236


CITY Or PAMOKEE WATER WORKS
CASE ON HAND:
We verified the cash on hand in the custody of the City Clerk s at Septem-
ber I, s. ad oun it correct.
The balance in the bank accounts were verified by reconciliation with ei
ank statements as at September 30. 195 All canceled checks ere verified as
to amount litures and endorement
SURPLUS FRM OMIRATIONS:
The ollong reconcillatio of Surplus reflects the chalun In this account
during th rear
Surplus October I. 1944 $255M
Add: Net Income or Year 11.3403
Surplus. September 30, lis a7.0 132

We a51 to expw our appreciation f or the facltie anD courteeU extended
to us during the yer,
We bellew the appnda Balance aeets and Income and Expense
Statements reflect the na l condition of the City of Pahokee and the City
of Paokee Water Works as at eptu mbbet 1 S
Bpectfuuy submitted.
HBS and IUMS

CITY Or PAROKEE FLORIDA
BALANCE SmT
SePTEMU M. IM1
ASSETS


CURRENT ASSETS:
Cub in and ....--
Tats Revable .......... .....
Tax Bal Ce rtificates .......
Aseetments Recevable .......... .
Total Current Assets -
ITED ASSETS:
Land and Land Suspeon
Street and Alleys
City Hall Old $ 6 45
City Hall New 37 18340
rie Hall .... 72 91
City Building 647 M
Cemetery Building I6 00
Oa. Sttion 117 2
S456or s8
Les- Rfelte for Deper.(a:0:. 9 61878
F:re Departrer.t Equipment $ 6 4566
Off.ce Equlpmei.: 1 4t! 82
Street Li:htlnm Eqillpme:' 3 02 0
stiret Equlpment 300
$11156 55
Less Rerie ljr DeL:re.at.r. 6720:2
Fir* Engine 500 30
Garbage Track. 3 242 74
Police Dep::ment Car l 04591
$10 78U 65
Les, Rerne fn) Deprrcaton 773461
Die: Ingine 52 5 31
I ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ m *unu- tnna->.f n'T


I 331
14.1042
101l48
175230
IE6110 4
I,~m$


127 9144


CITY OF PAHOKEE. FLORIDA
BALANCE SKEET
SEPTEMBER 30, 11
LIABILITIES AD SURPLUS


CaRRENT LIABILITIES:
Notes Payab:e Prior
sNte, Payva:e Current
Account, Payable
Certificates of Indebtedness
F!remen Fund
Pahokee Water Works ...
Resene for Withholding Tax
Prepaid License ...
Special Impro ements .
Tax Certificates Credit BaAR.Ir
Bonds Maturin Prior to September 30 14 .
Volunteer Fire Department .. .
Gas Station Suspense Account ......


S10957
1511 5$
140980
175230
M225
971 SO
11250

612
15000
200000
12941


BONDS MATURING SUBSEQUENT TO SEPTEMBER 30. 19U .
Total Liabilities ................-
SURPLUs:
Reserve for Uncollected Taxes ..-----. ..- 109600
Surplus ........ 36 1123t


Total Surplus .. 7 079 36
Total LIabl:Itte and Surplu ................ 0222 4


CITY OF PABOKEE, FLORIDA
STATEMENT OF REVENUE AND EXPENSE
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED SEPTEMBER 3. 1945


REVENUE:
Current Tax Collections General Fund $.. 13.30003
Current Tax Collections Debt Service .... 25994

115,$9
Less Discounts Allowed .....--...-.... 2018
Delinquent Tax Collections -.... .
interest and Costs on Delinquent Taxes
Interest Debt Service ---...
Occupational Licenses .. .
Fites and Forfeitures ....
Cemetery Income
Candidates' qualifying Fees
Garbage Collections ....
Building Permits---- ...---...- -
Miscellaneous Collections ..
Adlertisng Expense Received ..
Pound Fees -.. ....... ..
Total Revenue


EXPENSE:
Fire Department Expense --
Police Department Expense
Police Department Gas and 01!
Police Department Salarle,
Prison BEpense........
Maiors Salary
Clerk', Salar
Street Lights
Streets and Sidewalks
Sanitation Expene -
Cemetery Malntenarce
Park Maintenance
1:IInci' Meeting Expenre
Office Expense
Attorney Sslari
Legal Expense
Auditina E\nW:-e
City Hall Exprise
Interest Tates and Exchange


Surety Bond ... .......
Inaurae .....
Ad\ertisine ..
Election Expanse
Emergency Fund .
Bord Intere-t and Expense .
Depreciation --------..- ---- -
Total Expense .........--
Excei of Revenue oer lapense .....


$ 1.50326
100237
40950
S 720533
1 25023
10000
1IOOOO
150000
.. 117223
497198
697262
83368
341 75
460 J
253 15
675 00
44065
18000
S 727
15802


4500
S2799
44265
5355
99840
134000
269199


CITY OF PArS E WATER WORKS
BALANCE SHEET
SiPTXMBER INS
ASSETS
CURRENT ASSETS:
Cash S 15922
Bank of Pahokee Regular Account ......... 4.7197
Bank or Paoee Bond Interest
and Sinking Fund ...--.............. 2512032
Accounts Receiable Customer' .. 6.02185
ity of Paokee Loan ............... 710
Total Current Assets
FXED ASSETS:
Intake and Pumping ....3427
Purfication ---.................. 12 9524
Distribution .114.9163
Furniture and Fitures 54235
Tools 003
Diesel Engine 9,4719
Trunk .. ....-----... ....... ........ 79700
$174.0146
Less: Reserve for Depreciation .......... 514A
Total Fixed AMet. ..............
Total Asset

LIABILITIES AND SURPLLr
CURRENT LIABILITIES:
Accounts Payable ..................... ... $ IJ021
Frm Security Admiltration ............ 11.113
Meter Deplts $1301
Beren re o recorded Meter Deposlts m
Reserve for Withholding Tax -
Boand Maturing Prior to September 30 19 o00000
total Current Liabilites .
BONDS MATlRING StB'SUELST TO SsrraPTE r 3, 1 I4
Total Liablltle ...-- ... ... .


SURPLUS:
Prom Operations
From Federal Grant


. ..... .. . 1 7r 4 12I
21 0012
a u


Total Surplus .........
Total LtAilliles and Surplus .


CITY OF PAsOKErE WATER WORKS
STaTEMENT OF INCOME AND EXPENSE
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED SEPTEMBER IM


INCOME:
Metered Selr! e
'nmetered Sri ;ce
Tapping Fee-
Turning-On Fees
Totas Operst.rn Incmr.e
OPERATING EXPENSES
Office Salarie
Office Expen,
Mangeit int Sa,::;.
DLtrmbuton rand Co..etCon.
Punriratiitn
P-impirn
General labor
Repair Expene
Tote: Operating i Iper
Net Operatian Icome
OTHER EXPENSES
Bond Inteest
,...-...." ~~~


4425!3


3003 r


135 526 03


$I2m-
M, *


$13 642 12
3150000
45 14312


24dS5
26768
930
5450
$49 160 12


36 757 31
$12 40281


36 345 1I









6115.744 5
152.0 M


* 24713 4

S11.71354



U e M412
$l150i


The Everglades News. Canal Point. Florida


Page Four


Friday. July 5, 1946








The Everglades News. Canal Point. Florida


PROVIDING .

Rural Telephones

IsA BIG JOB


I's a big one... the job of
providing telephone service
to rural people scattered oi
of thousands of square m


er hundreds
iles in nine


states!
But it's a job that we're pleased to he
doing. Southern Bell trucks anl men are
becoming a more and more familiar
sight along the rural roads of the South-
east.


Of course a job of this size can't be
completed overnight-partieularly since
more central office equipment must be
installed at many telephone exchanges
before additional 'phones can he con-
neted.
You ean be sure of this: Il''re doing
he job, using the best equipment and
technique Bell System experience and
research can develop, and we'll keep on
extending telephone service into more
and more rural areas.

SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE
AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY --


-as





'41
SIV \t


Blight Resistant

Celery Developed

At Glades Station

Florida agreulturists were
shown a new celery variety, re-
sistant to blight, and a new bean, '
disease-resistant and a prolific
bearer, as several hundreds of
them journeyed to Belle Glade re-
cently to review a year's scientific
progress at the Everglades experi-
ment station.
Growers who spent an entire day
viewing experiments and discus-
sing results with the University of
Florda's crops of Everglades re-
search scientists also learned that
DDT is still tops among insecti-
cides after another year of tests.
The new celery variety, not yet
named, was developed by Dr. G.
R. Townsend. of the Everglades
station, collaborating with Dr. B.
A. Emerson of Cornell university.
Bred from crosses between Turk-
ish celeraic and the commercial I
variety known as Cornell 19, the
new celery has proven virtually
immune to early blight. Without
fungicide treatment of any kind.
stands of the new variety are now
thriving at the experiment sta-
tion. Nearby plots of the Supreme
Golden variety have succumbed to
blight despite 16 different fungi-
cide treatments.
The new bean developed at the
Everglades station is being re-
leased to seedsmen this year. An
improvement on the Florida Belle
variety, it will be known as the
Dixie Belle. Growers who saw It
were impressed with its prolific
and uniform bearing character-
istics, high quality and resistance
to disease.
DDT, the wonder insecticide de-
veloped during the war, is still
performing miracles against in-
sect infestations of Florida crops.
experimental plots at the station
near Belle Glade showed. Station
scientists have found during the I
past year that DDT is effective in I
smaller proportions than used
formerly.
As a weapon against the aphis,
which is immune to DDT, the
scientists have developed benzene
hexachloride. Experiments showed
that it is effective against the
little sucking insects when used
either as spray or dust.


BERRY FUNERAL HOME

Ambulance Service

Pahokee Ph. 2301 Belle Glade Ph. 247






A New Booklet On DDT


Facts and Fiction


has just been published from the pen of C. F.
Ladeberg, manager of the Insecticide Division of
the Kilgore Seed Company, which indeed is a most
timely and informational treatise which should be
in the hands of every progressive farmer.

To the end that this is possible Kilgore has
supplied the stores at Belle Glade and Paho-
kee with a limited number of these booklets,
which are free upon application. They are book-
lets that should be preserved for the farmer's
library, as it will be a work often sought for, the
latest and best information on DDT and its com-
panion insecticides, for it contains the formula
and manner of use of all the combinations possible
of this important new WONDER insecticide, along
with its chemical history and adapted uses.




KILGORE SEED CO.


Pahokee
Phone 3201


Belle Glade
Phone 106


i ERIST'S Fine Clothes For
HEBL LI S Men and Women
TAILORED TO MEASURE
Have Your Ladies' Clothes Tailored
By A Man's Tailor

AL BELCHER
BOX 876 PAHOKEE
I--a--------------


NOTICE OF SALE OF
STRAY BDLL
The City of Pabokee will offer
for sale to the highest and best
bidder, for cash, of one stray black
Jersey bull approximately eight
months of age, pursuant to Ordin-
ance No. 124 of the City of Paho-
kee. Florida, on Monday. July 1. at
ten o'clock, a. m.
The bull will be released to own-
er when paying impounding fees
and all costs.
DATED this O2th day of June.
A. D. 4116.
CITY OP PAHOKEE
By A. Morgan.
City Marshal
NOTrCE TO TRUCK AND
BODY DEALS
City of Pahokee will receive
sealed bids for one garbage dump
body, fully enclosed, with hy-
draulic lift and compressor. Bids
will be received by the City Clerk
up to eight o'clock, p m. July 9,
1946.
The City reserves the right to
reject any and all bids.
CITY OF PAHOKEE
By W P Walker.
City Clerk.
Pub June 21, 28. July 5.

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
REGISTER FKITtIOS NAME
SNotice is hereby given that the
underNgned. doing business a the
iGlades Aviation Company, pursu-
last to Section 8609 Florida Sta-
Stutes. 1941. intend to register with
'the Clerk of the Circuit Court I
Palm Beach County. Florida the
fict:tious name of
GLADES AVIATION COMPANY
under which I am engaged m bulst
am in Pahokee. Florla.
W. E. GOLDEN
Pub June 28. July 5, 12. 19 1944


* AN INVENTORY OF OUR STOCK
SSHOWS SOME

NEW RARE MERCHANDISE
You have all been waiting for an assortment of
Aluminum and Granite Household ware. Well, we
now have it for you, including most every type of
S utensil, including those large size .....

ALUMINUM ROASTERS AND

,i National Pressure Cookers
This is picnic and outing time and no outfit is
complete without a Little Brown Jug water cooler.
They come in enamel, with either spigot or snout
and aluminum tip drinking cup. They are really
nice and convenient.
Soap Powder-good for household use, cleaning
cars or family washing. Better get some while
the supply is available.
Spraying materials in all forms are now in de-
mand and we can supply you with the dust or
liquid combinations, a. well as the sprayers for
their use. Keep flies and bugs down, use frequent-
ly on your garbage cans as a health safetyy mea,-
ure. I
Lawn Utenils-Shear., Sprayeri, Rak.-, Hoes,
Scythes, Hose and Fertilizers fur gra- anid floj-
ers.
THE HOME HARDWARE



BETZNER'S

THE HARDWARE STORE
MAIN STREET BELLE GLADE, FLA.

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Pagelk The Everglades News, Canal PoInt. Florida Friday. July 5. 1946


Brown Cowart
MiM Emd Cowart, daughter of
Mr. and Mr. L Cowart of Pa-
bokee and Chares Mario Brown
sa of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Brown
of Miami were married at Belle
Glade on Friday, June 21 Judge
George E. Tedder performed the
ceremony.
The bride who was unttended
won a white lien dress trimmed
with lace matching acceorie ad
a eonge of pink roaIbu
Mrs. Brown i a graduate tf the
Pahokee High School graduting


wtih the 196 clda. Mr. Brown
was recently discharged from the
U. 8. Navy where he serrd 3
year 32 months of which were
spent in overseas duty in the Pa-
aiic and Atlantic theatres of ope-
rations.
Ty are making their home In
Pahokee where Mr. Brown i em-
ployed with the Florida Power and
Light ompay.
Mr. ad Mrs. Owen G. Todd
visited M Todds parents in Vero
Beach Sunday. Mr. Todd returned
to Pabokee Monday but Mrs. Todd
remained for a week's visit


NOTICE

To Public



Our prices on parts, Labor and
Automobiles will remain the
same as under OPA Ceilings.




B. ELLIOTT
PAHOKEE


Homogenized

Vitamin D Milk
I
AVAILABLE AT YOUR
GROCERY STORE




LFh F
I Phone 20 Belle Glade, Fla.


FOR THOSE LEAKY ROOFS
Wescote Supreme Liquid 5 Gal.
Asbestos Roof Coating ................ 58
EXTRA VALUE:
Swing Blades (Lasy Boy) .............. 75
This is less than cost
TIRES AND TUBES FOR THAT MODEL A
9 4.75-500xl9
Tire ....... $11.68 Tube ........ $2.60
Galvanized Measure Cans
Wrll FUNNEL SPOUT
Quart $1.25 Half Gal ... $1.60
Gallon size ........... $1.90


---4--


Weten Ato A OditE Stoa
L M. LA, Owner PABOUX EILA


Aldridge McCurdy FoUlling the ceremony Martha Sellers Has
three-tiered wedding cake topped A Birthday Party
The wedding of Mia Norma with a miniature bride and groom,
Venetia McCurdy, daughter of wa served by the bride's cousin. Mrs. T. L elers entertained
Mr. and Mrs. Willard W. cCurdy Mrs. Car Bridge of Stuart M. the neighborhood children at a
of Pahokee and Wesley Keith Aid- Roy Norman of Belle Glade, aunt birthday party hooring her
ridge, on of Mrs. Nita Farum of of the bride, was at the punch daughter, Martha Ellen on her Srd
Adams, Wis., took place at the bowl. birthday anniversary at her home
home of the bride Saturday even Mrs. ldridge s a graduate Monday afternoon.
ng, June 29, in the presence of Game. were played and cake
relatives. the Mi and ice cream served. Favors of
Vow wer po at as im played in L L Stuckeys icecandy baskets ad hat were pre-
prised altar ied with m i Pabokee. rented to eech guest. Invited
gerbras and tuberoes and illumli Mr. Adridg, wa recently dl- were; Pay and Gay Carlton Joey
nated by lighted tapers. The Rev. charged from the U. 8. Navy Air Alderman, Jimmy Maxwell. Judy
C. T. Howe, pator of the Meth- Corp where he served 3 yea and Murphy, Alvin Johlnon. Michael
odist Church, offciated. ten months. He aw duty in South Wilson and Linda Seller.
The bride, who was unattended, America. After a wedding trip to
wore a summer weight heavenly Silver Springs they will make their --
blue wool suit with matching at- home In Pabokee where Mr. Aid- Miss Laurie Rogers spent the
cenories and feather hat. Her ridge is connected with the C and week end with her aunt, Mrs. E
corsage wa of red carnationa. A Grocery store. Wood in Ft. Pere.


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IN OUR REPAIR DEPARTMENT


Expert Body Man
EX-CAPT. MARION HUTITSON


SPECIALIZING IN


Painting & Metal Work
Our expert paint and body man has many years experi-
ence and we know you'll be pleased with the kind of work
he does.
fsr smndS Teasmspe




Christian Chevrolet
-Raymond Christian-


Phone 2371


Pahokee, Florida


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Hold The Line


No Increase In Prices


HERE


Our prices are still the Same
as under OPA Policies


Canal Point


Department Store


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Friday, July 5, 196


Page ms


The Everglades New, Canal Point. Florida









The Everglades News, Canal PoinL, Florida


Mrs. H. D. Fields has returned
to her home in Pabokie after un-
dergoing an operation at St
Marys Hospital in West Palm
Beach.


PALM BEACI
COUNTRY CLI
GREEN FEES:
WEEKDAYS,
SEASONAL MTE. IRS
hdlamdh w ,p
F y . .$7 pl a
Sandwich ani
Bar Service


UB


MS:
tax
tax
I


CHtBCH OP CHB ST, them, saith the Lord: for I will for-
SCIENTIST give their iniquity, and I will re-
"GOD," is the subject of the member their sin no more" (Jer.
Lesson-Sermon which will be read 31, 3).
The Lesson-Sermon also includes
m Churches of Christ, Scientist. he lsson-Seron aso includes
throughout the world on Sunday, the following passage from the
July 7. Christian Science textbook,
l "Science and Health with Key to
The Golden Text is: "The earth the Scriptures" by Mary Baker
shall be filled with the knowledge Eddy: "The Christian Science God
of'the glory of the Lord, as the is universal, eternal, divine Love,
waters cover the sea" (Hab. 2:14). which changeth not and causeth no
Among the citations which com- evil. disease, nor death" (p. 140:
prise the Lesson-Sermon is the fol- 25-27).
lowing from the Bible: "Behold. -
' the days come, saith the Lord, that
'I wil make a new covenant with Batchelor Sweetland
the house of Israel, and with the
house of Judah: And they shall Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Batchelor re-
teach no more every man his ceived word this week, of the ap-
neighbor, and every man his broth- preaching marriage of their son,
er, saying. Know the Lord: for Lavon Kent Batchelor to Miss
they shall all know me, from the Helen Valyne Sweetland, of Spo.
last of them unto the greater of kane. Washington.


.Mrs P. Andre Keys and daught-
er Andrea of Coral Gables were
the week end guests of Mrs. Keys'
parents, Mr and Mrs. R. W. Sand-
ers.


Births announced at the Ever-
glades Memorial Hospital in Paho-
kee this week include:
Mr. and Mrs. Carl M. Boatright
of Belle Glade, a daughter, Bar-
bara Christine, June 20.
Mr. and Mrsa. E. Q. Hill of Belle
Glade, a daughter, Wanda Jo, June
29.
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Cate, jr., and
family have gone to Daytonal
Beach where they will spend six
week. Later Mrs. Cate and child-
ren will visit relatives in Asheville,
N.C.


Mrs. E. M. Schultz and daughter
Hester Faith have returned to their
home in Pahokee from Brooksville,
Fla.. where she was called at the
death of her aunt, Mrs. Esten
Hope.


CILLS FEVER
DUEITOMALARIA
RUEVEDrrr
- -

IY-fiflfl
C~aaus w.'vanfadJKd^P^P


Wallace Second

Hand Clothing

Store
THE STORE WITH A RED FRONT
In the Thomas Building in Canal Point between
the Adams Barber Shop and Carl's Cafe
THIS WEEKS SPECIAL
Shipment of New

Ladies' Dresses .............. $2.95
sizes 9 to 20


We carry an unusually good line of second
hand clothes.


Wear for the Family


nTe marriage wil tage place on
Sunday afternoon the seventh of
July at four o'clock P. M. at the
Hayes Park Methodist Church,
Spokane, Washington.
avon who recently received his
discharge from the Army Air
Force will leave immediately with
his bride for Pahokee where they
plan to make their home.
EASTERN STAR MEETING
The Pahokee Eastern Star Chap-
ter conducted its last meeting of
the season at the Chapter room in
the Masonic Hall Thursday even-
ing with Mrs. Esther LeFUi
worthy matron and Dennis L
Friend, worthy patron, presiding.
The next meeting will be the
Thursday in October. Mrs. Jessie
Barnes, associate conductress. will
be in charge of the Robert Morris
Day celebration in August. A
joint picnic will be conducted with
members of the Belle Glade chap-
ter, the time and place to be an-
nounced later.


Charles E. Creel, jr., left this
week for Southern California
where he will enter college. He
is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Charles
E. Creel, sr.. of Pahokee.





HOM. WWERE WJ
ARE R70A7D ?Nr
SfS? AND 6RUMBOI
rgi Mosr..
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SEA-BEE and EVINRUDE

OUTBOARD MOTORS
See them on display here 'today. ALSO
Briggs & Stratton Air-Cooled Engines

PALM SERVICE STATION
Phone 2921 Pahokee


PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERS

I -


Canal Point Machine Works
Manufacturers Of
IRRIGATION AND DRAINAGE PUMPS
HYDRAULIC MOLE DRAINS
WEED CHOPPERS

We Are Agents For
ASCO MARINE FORD CONVERTED ENGINES
AND HERCUL S DIESEL MOTORS


WE HAVE DRAG LINE CABLE II

CANAL POINT PHONE 531 P.

WE MANUFACTURE EVERYTHING
MADE OUT OF IRON FOR US
THE GLADES


N STOCK

O. BOX 466

G THAT'S
E IN


Trees Vines Shrubs Citrus
of all sizes and varieties for
your Selection.
LANDSCAPING
as you like it. We are organized and equipped to do
a thorough job from plans to completion of planting.


As always, you are
welcome at our


NUNBRIES: 1100 Southern Boulevard (Route No. 25 at
City Limits), West Palm Beach, Florida

ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO.


PIANOS JEWELRY MUSIC


Others in the home should
be doing the "grumbling"
if you haven't fully pro-
tectqd it, and everything
in it, with insurance.

0. R. BLEECH
mN8tI1ANCt PAHOEE


J. W. RASHLEY
JEWELER Bell Glade, Fla.

GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY


A Servant of the Glades


4 Buses

Daily


To Miami
To West Palm Beach
To Ft Myers & Lakeland


RIfGHTWHRV

ELSE /5 6OIN6 UP/


Glades Motor Lines, Inc.


" SERVING THE GLADES"


DAVIS CAFE

STEAKS CHICKEN CHOPS
We Specialize In Home Cooking
Old Fashioned Bar-B-Q
14 East Main Street Pahokee, Fla.


Friday, July 5, 19


rage Sews





aeE e oef y July 5 1


---------------------------------rrr1rwr .r.


announcing a change
in ownership of the

Giddens Furniture Store In Pahokee

Now Operated and Owned By


COLLINS FURNITURE STORE
Handling A Full And
Complete Line Of


BADCO


FURNITURE


Complete Stock of New Furniture
Just Received:
Small Stock of Radios and Record Players
Cabinet and Table Top Style


Electric Irons


Inner Spring Mattresses


New Living and Bed Room Stock


Ice Oream


Freezers


Oil Stoves


Expect Shipment of All Electrical Appliances Soon



Collins Furniture Store


.Badcock Furniture.


Creel Building


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Page Eight


The Everglades Newm. Canal Point, Florida


yadirF July 5 1946


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