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: arson THE EVERGLADES NE o 51 Aistinguished"The Truly

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Volume 22-No. H Canal Point, Palm Beach County, Florida, Friday, January 18, 1946 $2.00 Per Year

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Gridders Will Be Wants Old Job Backs I RETURNS TO ALI Potato Machine
11r5. A. D. Bell returned to her

RECENT home in Talladega, Ala., Tuesday

Honored Thursday after spending several days with At State Iart Has
OPERATIONS her sister, Mrs. Seth Roberts in
Pahokee. Mrs. Bell was accom-
-.- Night At Banquet panied to Pahokee by her mother, SomethingNew
By Paul Rardin j Mn. McArthur, who is spending
the remainder of the winter with
The annual foot ball banquet a s :Mrs. Roberts also a daughter.Chief's Something new under the sun
The war is over. The boys are given by the high school for mem- ... has been added to the potato deal
coming home. Many are on their bers of the Blue Devil foot ball out at the state Farmers Market,
old jobs already. Each day I see team will be the center of attrac- Job Will according to John Dulany, market
a familiar face back on a job Vacated tion at the school next Thursday manager, and owner of the latest

a few years ago when there night, January 21. The school has Attract Several In thing in potato grading, processing
was a war to be won. In my secured Jimmy Burns, sports edit- and packing equipment. The new
rounds this week I jotted down or of The Miami Herald, to deliver machine was set into operation
the names of a few of the fellows the feature address of the evening. Pahokee Election just a few short weeks ago and al-
who are back in civilian harness.I Athletic awards in the form of ready has proven satisfactory to
Here are some of them: sweaters and letters will be made the many growers using it.
Colquit Davis back at the Bank during the course of the evening's It looks like Tuesday, May 7, The potatoes are given several
of Pahokee. Louie and Jerry Gold entrtainment. Those who will re- :: -. I Il will be a red letter day in Pahokee different treatments during the

again on the job at the Prince, ceive awards are as follows: Milton :tJ politics. On that date a mayor, course at their journey through the
Everglades, Showboat and Ace Salvatore, Wilton Giddens, J. chief of police, city clerk and three machine. First they go through
theatres. W. A. Stevens helping E. Spooner, Kyle Hatfield, John r: councilmen will be elected and to- just an ordinary water bath which
his father in the bean harvesting o g I e, James Latham, Donald ; day there are more tentative can- removes the muck. From there

business. Osborn Belyeu again Smith, Burton Chancey, Frank didates for the police chief job they travel into the sulficide bath
with the Florida Power and Light 1illis, Roderick Gibson, Bobby v,", :..:.'",L..i."..M1B.,., ,...... than any time in Pahokee's his- which arrests any disease common
company line crew Gilbert Olson Baker, Lynn Horne, James Sims < tory. to the lowly spud. This particular
with his usual smile while twisting George Sims, Fred Daniels, James > 0, B. McClure is mayor and has bath is tasteless, odorless and
that wen-worn draught arm at Barns, Wilbur Geiger, James \-1 served several years in this job. No I harmless to one and all except
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Dad's Bar. Dorsey Pugh and his Scott, Frank Gillis .. _.i: :.. : : direct statement has been forthcoming germs. Scab growth is arrested

brother, Melvin, in their old spot Thomas Dickson, Rodney Con- Russell O. Morrow of Lake I from him but close friends I' by the bath.
wielding shears and razors in Pugh nell, Harry Fremd, Hueston Connell Worth, former state representative of his say that 0 B. won't offer Into the drying room the spuds
Brothers Barber Shop. Raymond Caruthers, Howard who was recently discharged from again for the job Citizens of Pa- i go from the germicidal bath. It
Edwin Rice, Snooky Williams Marshall, John T. Pickett, Tom- the U. S. Navy, is a candidate for II hokee have given him their high- is in this department that something -
about ready to take up higher edu- my Sullivan, Charles Phillips and state representative in group one. est honor and his friends are of new sure enough has been
cation at the University of Flori- Bill Elam. Managers are Dickie 11r. Morrow served in the 1937.i i the opinion that he is content with' added In this department thereare
da Johnson, Harlan Sears and Jim- the laurels he I two hundred and
under the GI Bill of Rights 1939 and 1911 sessions of the legis- has earned. eighty-eight
plan. Rufus Kimball back with my Rozelle. Cheer-leaders are tatur He resigned as state representative i, In the chief of police race Chief I 250 watt ray lamps They
the sugar C'ompany. Paul Tillery \nn O'Cc.nnell, Betty Wfthering- in 1941 to join the I Cant if he run Jr re-election. : dry the potatoes quicker than you
back and will probably he workiJ; ton Marie Funderburk, Barbata Navy.lorroY. will 00 opposed by a half dozen or can say Jack Robinson. They do
after a few days to catch up on his Brown Sieleen Tibbitts and Gwe- more candidates. It is understood no harm whatever to the potato
rest. Ed Jtnsen and Jack Phillips nette Reeves that E. O. Murphy wil be back in during the drying process. It's
back in the post office sorting, distributing School officials this week announce Seeks Job i iHe time to make the race. A former I that kind of light.
dispatching and doing the 194G foot ball schedule member of the department B. W.1! Then there is another depart-
aU the other things you do to mail. for the Blue Devils. It follows: ' toying with the idea of ment where the spuds are exposed -
Lynn Elarlx-e with his favorite Sept. 27, Ponce De Leon There Gave Up In 1941 running it was said. Others in to four violet ray lamps for an
insurance concern. Buddy Lani- Oct. 4..Open the tentative list include A. I. instant. These lamps kill any re-

more aiding veterans on their re- Oct. 11V.. Palm Beach There To Join U. S. I Little Bud) Davis, Altman Mor- maining germs no matter what
turn in finding out whatever it is Oct. 18, Dflray Beach _.... There Navy : gan, .1. J. Frasure, Sr... and two kind they are. Pure City of Pa.hokee -
a veteran wants to know. Winton Oct 25, Dania . .__... ...... Here : .,.- I retu ed V terans, Earl "Spider" water h used Ir}' the process
Anderson carrying one of those Nov I, Ft. Pierce. _..__..... There I Lin OSf Tcfa an. of prrparing the spuds for market
Russell O. Morrow. Lake Worth
familiar debit books for the Indus- Xov. S, Stuart ._ ..u._... .. u_ .. Here attorney and former member o'I, T rms of Councilmen L. L. ir r ne new mac ih his a capacity
trial Life and Health Insurance Nov. 15, Lake Worth . .. Here the state legislature this week an- ley, Johnny Thomas and W. A I of six hundred 50 pOl.nds bags an
Company. Speaking of insurance Nov. 22 Melbourne . .. Here nounces his candidacy for election Kee expire and their offices will ,I hour That is equivalent to a. carload -
men reminds me that Bishop Star- Nov. 28, Belle Glade Here as representative from Group 1. a havt to be filled at the election. I ::11r. Dulany said It takes a
ling is again with Gulf You -----..-- Councilmen Robert 11ackey and I crew of 30 workers to keep the
position he held for three successive -
wouldn't expect Frock Baxter to terms before resigning In Vict&r Geiger are holdovers. Ut machine going full tilt. Mr. Du-
be else with Consider Name tie I is of the machine and
anywhere except 19H to join the armed services of ttlk has been heard in regard lany owner
Burns' Electric company. lie is. Uncle Sam. Other places of trust candtdates for council with major he has engaged J. 11. Wilkinson,
Whitt Brewton, who Isn't going to inte? st lying around the police Sr" to operate it. He grades and
For Legion held by Mr. Morrow include the
travel any further from home than Change position as chief deputy clerk ot rhie9 race.Rotarians' I packs potatoes on contract lorgrm1.ers.
Sand CUt, dishing out the hard toget -.-- .
the criminal court of record and I I
items at the A&P. Charles Post Paholee -.- -
state attorney.
Baker joined up with Chester A. I Undo I
First Concert
Mr. Morrow has been a resident
Batchelor in the insurance busi- Thjr Permanents
ness. Changing the name of the Pa- of Palm Beach county for 21 years I I : Of Season To Be
and a practicing attorney for the I
Those named above are only a hGkl'e American Legion Post will Se : 27
past 13 )"t'ars. lie is past president ate and dignified Rotarians held Sunday, .Jan.
handful of the nearly 500 fellows Monday
be up for consideration next went in
\nto tales
of the'I-aIm Beach county bar a pin yesterday :
from Pahokee and Canal Point night, Jan 21. when the regu- ociation. their r gular meeting and let their' The PahokE'e High School Band,
who wound up a successful war lar meeting of the Post is held, according i hair d wn in a big way, all be- under the direction of Bandmaster
and are either back or hoping to made The young Lake Worth attorney :
to an announcement cause t e program chairman fail Robert O. Lampl, will present its
get back ere the setting of too this week by Post officials. The received his orders to inactive duty : ed In s plans for the scheduled I, first concert of the winter season
many suns It's good to see them Post is now known as Fred ani on Jan. 4, 1946 after serving more progr Horse play, some child: in the high school auditorium on
again.I Mansfield Post \0. 90 of than three and cneo-half years: in'the I 3:30
Percy play an a whole lot of monkey Sunday. Jan. 27, at p. m.
tpe American Legion. Navy. While in service heI business went to make up the im- : On the following Sunday, 'eb. 3.
like this little paragraph from The meeting will be held in the participated in the following ma- prompt program much to the deiight the band will present the same
the Detroit News: "A subtle Pahokee City Hall, Post Adjutant jor engagements: Tarawa lajuro, : of several visitors who, in : program of musical selections in a
change comes over customers whb L. V. McClelland said. J. Stan- Saipan and Tinnian, Guam, PelilJ, years g ne by, had always seen : concert at Flagler Park band shell
I a year ago were saying "I'll take ton Chastain is Post Commander and Le'te Gulf. He is authorized'to Pahokee Rotarians on their good II I West Palm Beach, at 3:30 p. m.
it What is it'" Several of late and b particularly anxious that a wear the American, atic-Pa- behavior There was no such !,. The Pahokee High School Band
have been examining merchandise large group of members be present -. eifle, and Philippine Liberation II thinK as' good behavior 'esterday. Is now composed of U plainJI
then moving on in their separate Monday night to consider the ribbons and six battle stars. Much who took the floor to members, two more than it had at
chan e, of his Pacific duty was with Task !, F'eU01g 'I
ways. name talks, had e\'er.thtng: any time last )'t'ar.
The Post now has 27 members Force 58. Aboard ship he served them____ but the silver.t -- -.-
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The above paragraph reminds who are veterans of World War as First Lieutenant, Na\'giator, I And, was an oversight or it Lampi Will AttendBandmaster
me of that large sign I saw on a 11. It is hoped that more returning and Executive Officer. During his : would ve been put into circulation ,
bill hoard in the Miami area about Veterans will see fit to join term of service he received two the "fun.lo\ng" ltote3. Meet
almost 8nization. With the veterans promotions and now holds a com- I
the time that clerkswere the or As a .15t resort to fill up some i iot
unbearable with tht'ir'nastiness, It returning and joining the or- mission as Lieutenant Commander I the time, a screwball screechy i Robert O. Lampi, Pahokte band-
said: "The memory of the customer ganization it is the plan of presort in the United States Naval Reserve. I quart ft (hastily assembled) took i master will attend a meeting fJf

will outlive the war:' I am today officials! to rejuvenate the Post the loor. Rendition of one song]I i bandmasters of Palm Death Coun-

seeing that prediction fulfilled and eventually secure a home for In announcing his candidacy tor,I by t .is blatant group was enough ;1 ty at the home of Howard S'o\"ef'
regular meetings. election to the legislature, Mr. to ing the program to a cloe '! in Vest Palm Beach on Monday
-- Morrow said: "I respectfully Ilk I I .promptu speeches, some not night Jan. 21. AU bandmasters

If you want to run for election Receives Broken you the people of Palm Beach i''mo e than 3 seconds) were a part of the county will be present at
to the state legislature you had County, to return me to the office ,! of tp f foolishness that was carried this meeting to make plans for a
betttr get your name in the pot Foot In Accident from which I resigned to enter i on Curlng the \"try.'ery unusual county music festival to t..e held

before Feb. 1, 1946 A new and the military service ot our country. hour when Rotarians really took in the spring, the date to be announced -
Pt'Cia11aw sets the date for qualification Ralph Chaney, son of Mr. and For three succes.Uve terms immediately -I the inks out of their permanent tatl'T.
for this office at Feb. 1. lrs. Frank Chaney was, injured prior to the war I W'S --.... --- el>..- i
1 Many of the would-be legislators in a softball game during his physical privileged to serve you in the State : frs T. 11. Ctutain, who has I Mrs. T. 11. Wetherington CJti
are tasing their hats into the political education period at the Pahokte Legi13ture. The fact that you seriously ill in a West Palm i Mayo, F1a., \1iting her 8CJn-ln-
ring. Other announcements Junior High Tuesday after- sent me to the Legislature of Florida BtJl hospital, has recovered flaw I and daughter, .fr. and MI1
will in all probability. come during noon when a classmate stepped on as your Representative for .;101 to be returned to the L. W. 1Iullis, in PAhoktt.I .
the nut few days before the his foot while attempting to make those three term is an honor for ho' .e of her son. J. S. Chastain I Mrs Sara Kate Griffith hu
qualification period tomes to an a base. The attending physician which I am deeply grateful and a in Canal Point. She is reported gone to West Palm Beach to join
fnd. I reported fracture of two bones of trust of which I am genuinely,a. greatly improved.Mrs. her hwbam and make their tune
; young Owley' foot. ;; proud. If I am rHlected to this A. R. Harrington 1Ira. there following his rtttnt diJ-
A trio of candidates for state at- -. M I office, I will continue to serve you rank Wilson and 1trs. Florence urge from the Army. Mrs. Grif-
tome) in the 12th judicial district I Walter Witt of Farmersvife Ill" to the best ot my ability and will ugttary: attended the W.s.c.s. fith lived with her parents, Yr.
are u follows: Rose Rosin and I \iJlting Yr. and Mrs. Robert I regard myself a.s your public ser- .etting in Mimi Thursday and and Yrs. J. R. Boland In Pahokee
Smiley. I Simonson here. \'ant" day while be was in the Krv1ce.ORIGINAL .


Page Two The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, January 18, 19-16

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THE EVERGIJADES NEWS I Of Rep TB Bollinger-Tell-l\\;1 .

Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region I i
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Established 1924 Published Every Friday'II Sanataria facilities for tuber-1 Prince Theatre

Subscription Price S2.001'ear In Advance culosis patients in the State of
Florida discussed State
were by
News Is Entered at the Post Office
The Everglades Rep. John Bollinger in a talk be- PAIIOI\EE. FI.OIUIt\
In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter. fore Pahokee Lions at their Tues-

day luncheon meeting. The State
Paul Hardin ... Editor and Publisher is attempting to secure Army installation WEEK OF JANUARY 20
I hospitals for use as additional -
County Land Titles Guaranteed I sanataria and also for

Ever since the counties have been operating under the I use as rest hospitals for returning Sunday-Monday

new state law which turned over to them all lands on which I veterans suffering from battle fatigue "PILLO'Y TO POST"
the said.
taxes remained delinquent over the legal limit and could be I
through the courts, W. A. Rice transferred his Lions Ida Lupino, Sidney Greenstreet
by regular legal procedure I membership from Pompano to Pa-
there have been some who wondered if the title given by a hokee and was welcomed as a new '
Tuesda '" edn '
county to such lands would withstand attack in the courts member. Lt. Louis Gold war vet- -

Most lawyers are in agreement that titles given by a county eran who recently returned from "LO'TE, HONOR, GOOD Y"
to property it had taken title to under foreclosure proceed- overseas duty, spoke briefly. Lt.
ings are good titles John S. Harrington, Claude Jones, : Virginia Bruce, Victor IcLeglen

Now there is a new aspect, at least a far as such proper- Paul TillerJ', L. V. McClelland W. : ALSO -
Knowles D. Sheppard of Miami and Lamar :
concerned Attorney ,
ties in Manatee county are
Allen of West Palm Beach were I II "FROZEN GHOST"Lon
legal advisor for several years to the board of county com- also guests. i :

missioners, has made such showing to title insurance com- I .- I Chaner, Evelyn Anker
panies of the value of the titles which the county conveys I '
Giddens In
upon properties coming to it under foreclosure proceedings, Young ThursdayFriday"PENTHOUSE

that two nationally known title insurance companies have Try Out At U. Of F. :

agreed to insure property titles derived from county fore- ; RHYTH

closure suits That adds much strength to the county's po- Wilton Giddens, outstanding Pa-
Kirby Grant Lois Carter
sition-Bradenton H rald, hokee Blue Devil tackle and only ,
t 1916 graduating member of the ALSO -
team, was invited by the coach-
Arnall As Author
ing staff of the University of Florida "JUNGLE CiPTIrE"Otto
Governor Arnall, whose administration has gained for to participate in the tryouts
Georgia the most constructive publicity the state has had in for football scholarships held at Kruger, Amelita Ward

many decades, already has a large readership waiting for Gainesville over the weekend.
the book he is writing It will be about things to come as Gidden's play on defense stood- Saturday"OKLAHOMA

well as one about things that have already happened in and out in every game played by Pa- R. IDEnS"Tex
hokee High School during the past :
to GeorgiJ
season and he averaged 45 yards : Ritter
The title, "Dimly Seen Shore," taken from the national I
on punts. Five foot, ten inches :
anthem, sounds provocative enough. It labels a book in and weighing 200 pounds, he is :
which will be recorded the achievements of a governor who I considered a fast man as he covers j

chartered his course and stuck to it, 100 yards In 11 seconds dressed in ,
The south will never cease to be grateful for the new football uniform -- -
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standing Governor Arnall has won for Georgia throughout -- +..- -

the nation, for Georgia's new prestige becomes, in a meas- REPORT IS MADE !
ure, new prestige for the southern states as a whole, just I Bertha Nill Hausman, Palm : BERRY FUNERAL HOME ji j

as the Eugene Talmage administration tended to reflect Beach county home demonstration I
upon the entire south-Lakeland Ledger. agent, handed members of the
t t county commission her arnual re- i Ambulance Service l :
port on Monday of this week. 'Ihe
Might Change His Mind report was unusually good in the I j. ,

A shipwrecked sailor, who spent three years on a desert opinion of the board members and I Pahokee Ph 2301 Belle Glade Ph 247 !

island, was overjoyed one day to see a sh.ip. A small boat I covered in detail work performed I I Ij '
came ashore and officer handed the sailor batch of I throughout the past year j )
an a -------- -
: "The captain suggests that read what's I
newspapers you going -- -------
on m the world and then let us know if you still want

to be rescued-OhioMotorist.. ", ,,
Banquet Is Enjoyed vi9itC\rs. President L. audon aS'i'

one happy man and expressed Jm-I
By Bible Class
self a'ordingly. C. R. Wroten received -i

Some eighty five attended the : special recognition for 11av'ing I
furnished the 'spark', ong
first of the semi.annual
banquets with J. C. Mock, that brought the USE SINCLAIR
of the Pahok'e Mt'n's Bible Class class to its present status. Game
conducted in the Lions Hall last Warden Jensen's "the quai( is
Thursday night. All fared sumptuously -I good" was well received, espe 'ially .
with quail and chicken in'' Dr.
by 'Big Boy' Giddl'llS: \
abundance, prepared as only Mrs. i' Spooner, Gene Butler and oth rs. !
J"cy and her assistants are rap-I' The high mark of the event 'as

ablt' 1he program opened \\ the address delivered by Ho. J. LUBRICAN
the singing of "America", with I Raleigh Petteway. His SUbject,
prayer by the Re\ Dick Heller 'Talents'ill not soon be -
Canal Point Baptist Church pastor. tt'n. He stated that ev pn'onepossesses

Following the 'tomato juice nppe- at least one and _
tizer', activity of an unprecedented is responsible to God for talett
nature was entered Into, with I thereof. His words wert most
service by a group of young ladies timely and will, undoubtedlY, bear
of the church 'par excellence', The I much fruit 'Windy' long

Class Quartet was at Its best, ren- time friend, presented speaker
dering several selections, accompanied -I in his usual WUf. annex,
by Gray Sanders. \'ice much to the delight Mes-
President Elsworth Keen spoke a dames Petteway and roberg were
WON of welcome, recognizing the I honored guests. Follo\\in an enthuslastic .
song service leI by R In saving vear and avoiding .: ,

Cowart, cool and refreshU1g Coca
NOTICE or APPLIC.TIO\FOR breakdown the U. S. Army
Colas served Willis
T.\X uno I were by W
(Senate Rlllo.. 163) and E. Jones, greeters of the last
NOTICE IS HffiDJY OI\'EN. That: uses Sinclair lubricants in
lkrUe E. Walden holder ot Tai Certificate quarter. Their failure t shake
No 6060. issued the 2nd day''' hands with all, brought n this "
of July A. D. 192$. hL flied same In many "Jeep. tanks and other vehicles, Your Sinclair Dealer has
my office and hu made application penalty Present greett\ T
for a \1 deed to be Issued thereon. Knight and L. Wroten, take'notice.
Said certificate embncea the following of the same quality lubricants to reduce wear in your car.
After hotjrs
described propt'rty in the County ot
Palm Dracb State of Florida, to-'I1t:, Christian fellowship bordering on I
Lets IS & 11 Block I Eucalyptus ,
Fart sa In Plat Book S U the perfect including epecil recognition -
page To he has Sinclair Motor Oil
save engine wear Opaline Opaline
The t.'i."tlimtnt of the laid property of a host of rt'CenU discharged -
under the laid certificate issued was
in the name ot Unkno,11. service men, the b quet stands up better and lasts longer because it is not only de-waxed
Unless said certificate shall bf' redeemed came to a close with the s' King
according to law, the property
df'CT1W therein ym be sold to the of 'God Bless America', and p per' but also de-jellied.Play safe, have your Sinclair Dealer drain and
highest bidder at the court house door by the Sunday School Su -
0. the First Monday In the month of
Jo\'bruary, 1946 which 11 the 4th day tendent, Othan Gilbert. The te chI refill your crankcase with Opaline every 1,000 miles.
of February, 1946. I er, RtC, A. Moberg was Master
Dated this 15th day of December.194s. ,
of's. A most cordial invitation -
J. ALEX AR\TPrE. Clerk Is extended to all t at- OIL IS AMMUNITION USE IT WISELY
(SE.u) at Circuit Chun of Palm
tend the class next Im-
Beach County. Florida Sunday n
a Publish: ing at 9t5, Lions BuUding.
Ike. 21, 2S. 19t5 Jan 4,11,1946 ------+..


Aubrey Hitchcock is visiting his
parents Mr. and 1trs. V.'. P. Hi Ch I
666 rock of Canal Point. while on a 14 I

day furlough He Iw been s -: A. Ilia kil'ehgu
Cold Preparations tioned at Camp Swift Tens, :d Bnogellt
I will report there for further dut '.
Liquid 'hbItt, Salve, Sose Drope He expects to be out of the ant r elle Gla .. Florida
Caution t"wo Only .u Directed :I Within s couple of mo.1th.s. i ,


Friday, January 18, 1946 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Page Three
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I to visit her mother and father inI I Large Crowd Hears II I'-
i Gainesville, Fla. Imogene said
Life On The Campus I I she had a very delightful time. Eppley Sisters At
She attended a dance at the University -
of Florida at the I II
same I
I time Wilton Giddens and other KILGORE SEED CO
The Pahokee Blue Devils played football boys were there. One of the largest congregations
The Ft. Pierce Eagles last Fri- ... in the history of the church was in ,

day and the game certainly was a Mr and Mrs. B. T. Vohees had attendance last Sunday, First Bap- ,
thriller. Both teams were in good as recent guests her parents, Mr. tist ot Pahokee, to hear the pro- Phone 3201 Pahokee, Fla.
physical condition and fairly even- and Mrs. H. S. Cove, Sr., of Vero
ly matched. Pahokee was the Beach and sister-in-law, Mrs. H. gram ot The Epply Sisters. For
center at attraction at the half, S. Gove, Jr.: also his cousins, Mr. about one and a half hours, the ,
the score being 11-8 favor of Pa- and Mrs. Cloyd Lusk of Clayton, interest of all was intense, with I
hokee. The deciding break cam Mich.
the rendering at the many selections -
in the third quarter when Smith Robert O. Lampi will attend an
tipped the ball In the Ft. Pierce executive board meeting of the in song and instrumentation, Ahead
basket for 2 points after a free Florida Bandmasters Association as only these in theIr own charac-1 Looking
shot was missed by Ft. Pierce. At in Sarasota on Saturday at this teristic manner are capable. With :
the end of the fourth quarter, It't. 'week at which time plans will be joy it is announced that upon their I
Pierce led 2120. The starting formul ted for the State-itJe return trip, this church will be in-
players for Pahokee were: Smith, music esti\.aJ to be held in St. cluded in their itinerary. Because 'Ve here at Kilgore's don't plan only for tomor-
center: Hatfield and Walker, for- Petersburg the first week In April. ot this last minute change, the
wards: Geiger and Todd guards. Mrs. L. W. Armstrong motored pastor did not preach the second row. 'Ve like to look far into the future when it
The boys played a swell game and to PinecasUe, Fla., on Sunday to ot the series of sermons on 'The I
our hats are off to them. visit her sister, Mrs. R. W Bowers, Sermon on the Mount'. comes to making plans to take care of our eus.'
This at eleven, the subject I
who is ill. She was acompaniedby Sunday -
Wilton GiddeM, a Senior of Pa- Edwin Rice, C. E. Williams and 'SAL l' will be considered. The : tomers. Every day we learn something new
hokee High drove to Gainesville Melvin Spooner who went on to newly organized saxophone trio 1
last Friday. Wilton and several Gainesville. consisting of Gloria Henderson, that will aid in giving our patrons better service
members from the Belle Glade Mrs. Edgar Martin and niece of I alto; Peggy Ann Moberg, Tenor;
team went up to try out for the I Salem, Ind., arrived Wednesday of and Mrs. C. A. Moberg, C Melody, in months and years to come
Florida team Wilton reached the I this week for a visit with Mrs. with the Rev. Moberg at tha piano,
university about 3:30 P. M. Coach I Martin's brother and sister-in-law, will present a selection at the
Pittman checked the visitors m I Dr and Mrs. I;. W. Armstrong, ill morning aemce. The Intermediate \Ve'll appreciate your advice if you think it will
and assigned them to their quart-: Pahokee. They were accompanied and Adult Choirs will sing. At
ers. Just 253 boys to put to bed!! by Mr. and Mrs. Ratts.Mr the evening service, 7:30, the pastor help us to render a better service in the future.
Wilton stayed at the Sigma Nu and Mrs. Lynn Elarbee of i will preach the second of the
fraternity house. All the boys at- Fort Lauderdale visited her parents -i series of sermons on 'The 18 Bap-
tended a banquet given for them, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Byrd, tist Articles of Faith'. Do Bap- wvvuwwwwwBREDRITE
and all the coache They were and his mother, Mrs. R. V. Elar- tists really teach Close Communion -
entertained by pupils of Jackson- bee, in Pahokee recently ? Eternal Security? Three
ville dancing school. Wilton said Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Knight Gods or One?
the food was delicious and he cer- and daughter, Linda, and Mr. and The orchestra which is receiv-
tainly did enjoy meeting all the I Mrs. C. C. Searcy and daughter ing much favorable comment, \\illl i '
boys. The boys were explained Shirley, all \\'auchula, were play. The Ladies Quartet will
opportunities offered by the I i I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer sing. The Training Union will: I
school. Saturday, the next morning -I Jones over the weekend. convene at 6:30: with a special pro-''
breakfast was served at the -- .... .-- gram bv Associate Director Mrs.

cafeteria. At 9:30 A. M. there ,V om an's Group In W. M. DuBose. Two hundred and I S EGCEI..O. 5
was work out on the fieH From eight were in attendance last Sunday -I j jI
11:30 A. 1.1. till 1:30: P. M. was Monday Meeting I in the Bible School. I II i -

taken off for lunch. Agai there ... I: I
was a work out-l:30 P. M. till The Pahokee Methodist Wom- I
..:30 P. 31. After all the exercise, an's Society of Christian Service Clerk Walker Suffers,
there was a barbecue given for the held its regular meeting at the "
felJas which was attendEd by the church on Monday afternoon. Mrs. Black 'Vido\v Bite I -
President of the Uni\'en-ity. ThiJ I I. \\'. Weeks was named treasurer - I
concluded the official p!' gram, but to fill the vacancy left by the \V. P. Walker, Pahokee city; PIANOS JEWELRY MUSIC
boys were welcome for the remain- resignation of Mrs. C. C. Cruthird. clerk was nipped by a black wid-i
der of the weekend.A The missionary seminar for the ow spider at the city hall on Mon-'
Methodist Miami District to be day of this week. Where and how J. 'V. RASHLEY
new student enrolled this held in Miami on Friday was dis- Mr. Walker was xbitten by the,
week. She Is Martha Bagwell cussed and it was announced that spider we dare not say but we can I JEWELEU Belle Glade, Fla
from Baresville, Ga. Miss Bag- Mrs. Ralph Stanley, Mrs T. A.I reveal that he Is getting along I
well Is a Junior in high school. Ferguson andMrs., Weeks will represent fine and was able to return home I GO 'fO CHURCH SUNDAYInsecticides
the local WSCS at the from the Everglades Memorial
Miss Imogene Hough left Friday i seminar. Hospital Tuesday evening.

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DICK: uI wonder how the distillers feel automobile, but in the hands 01 a man \\110
about that new movie built around an doesn't know how to drive it or is reckless, ;11 l \\ GUAIlA\TEE TilE QUALITY Of" OUR
alcoholic." it becomes a menlce. Likewise, it's not the '
OLD JUDGE:"It's funny you asked that, use but the abuse Hof alcoholic beverages
Dick..1 was just reading a piece about it." that causes trouble.DfCh' Ol MIXTURE AS REPRESENTED
DICK: "''onderhy it is most men can
: Wbat did 1t say? drink "
moderately others can't?

OLD JUDGE: ".\ very sensible! sbtement. OLD JUDGE"lntensivereswchatagTe4lt
It said the beverage distillers are fully aware university has shown that most excessive !
of this problem and are cooperating in every drinkers are really sick peope.! They are I
way possibe! to help solve it. The alcoholic suffering from some physical, social or erne>- M. P. Holman Inc.PilOSE
is to the beverage distilling industry what tional upset. And great strides have been i
the reckless driver is to the automobile made in developing clinical methods of helpindustry. t I .
There is nothing 'oTonith the ing these unfortunate people." InlJ I


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Four The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, January 18, 1916BPV

Club Plan 1 Clark Hull, program chairman, period of practice teaching as in.ternes. .

introduced Phara Mock, chairman She was enthusiastic

For Federation Meet i of the education committee, who about the practiacl experience I I i it

presented the program. Guest gained by students in this man-
The Everglades Business and speaker was Miss Dorothy Tucker, ner and was of the opinion that
Professional Woman's Club con student at Florida State College the teaching qualities of graduates I 1i
t ( (
ducted a combined business and for Women, Tallahassee, who is will be improved as the intern .
program meeting at the Woman's assisting the teaching staff at Pa- system becomes more widerpread. -

Club building on Tuesday evening.At hokee High School as practice .
the business session, with teacher in the physical education Miss Jane Mitchell. director d
President Becky Starling presiLl- department. Miss Tucker said the girls physical education de-

trig, plans were made to send a lo- this is the second year FSCW is partment at the local high school,
cal delegation to the B&PWC Fed- trying out the system of sending was also a guest.Following -
eration meeting in Miami on Jan- students majoring in education to the meeting a cov-
uary 21. schools throughout the State for a ered-dish supper was served.
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1_ Stars Will Honor

Grand Worthy Iatron':

Members of the Pahokee Chap- -
Faith' ter, Order of Eastern Star, met in
Second Article Of Baptist
the Masonic Temple on Thursday
evening of last week to make:I ThC

"THE TRUE GOD" plans for a birthday party honor- -
ing Mrs. Mabel Ramey of Miami, -

OES grand worthy matron, at a RS
reeeting on Thursday, Jan. 24. CH
A supper in the F
Lions Club building will be held, KEy 4t5. ve
'Ve believe that there is one, and only one living for Irs. Ramey prior to the meet-I ; lrla
ing in the temple. The committee I 1 lb. Groua tablespoons me&gEC1PF =

and true God, an infinite, intelligent Spirit, whose in charge of arrangements include i mall use can medium sizeaYUc clone tasteter1 ; iiz- =-
Mrs. V. C Denton, Mrs. B. J. Bar- bell P epp celerY epPer to -
i in.
is JEHOV[ the Maker and Supreme green of an.p u
name wick, Mrs. H C. Graham, Mrs. J. I stalk powder, salt boil n rater ri -
S1Ze"cbili -
Ruler of Heaven and earth; inexpressibly glor- W. Barrett, Mrs. W. A Adams i turn teasponbones from hsh and and pepper; bibles; stir in
and Mrs. Beulah George. Remove onlon+ garlic vegeta and pepprve -
ious in Holiness, and worthy of all possible honor, uses' Adl ehsh t ibe.biow p oy del salt longer, frosty -
uuuu inures
and and
confidence, and love; that in the unity of the UassifiedAdsCREASE = oih tomato pasteboil at least bOt wo h saltines .
I Continue
piping Seiyes' 4'S to ldrs'JA
Godhead there are three persons, the Father, the __ I I bas mailed7th allows plot-Your --
Son, and the Holy Ghost ; equal in every divine TRAPS and septic tanks GiaYtor 010 this tine ;eepicn.If publids sS; -
cleaned and repaired. See Bob = eciPe use. AdJack..
perfection, and executing distinct but harmonious Douthit, Pahokee, Fla. ,xill be Bte its ng .
__ __ _ Top Y
offices in the great work of redemption. FOR SALE: Triple A White Rock I Florc da
roosters, young, about grown, souyille
M. P. Holman, Pahokee.1-11-ch. '
I : .
Paid Advertisement of the FOR SALE: 1936 model Ford '
I truck, stake body. Sl'e M. p.1 I) dH

First Baptist Church, Pahokee, Fla.IIALSEY Holman, Pahokee, Fla HcnI

I FOR-SALE: Five room house,

&& large lot, furnished, vacant. :
$5,000. Some terms. See Dan 4 _
Carpenter in Pahokee. Jan 18ch. = : :

LOST: One 550.17 tire and Chev- r
t rolet wheel. Reward if returned

& GRIFFITH, INC., 313 DATURA STREET : to the Pahokee Supply Co. Phone I
FRIENDS AND CUSTOIERS. : FOR : TastySandwich Shop k1irtr
I in Pahokce. Building, equipment = -
WITH TIlE COMING OF THE NEW YEAR 'VE ARE and stock for sate. Excellent busi-

EXPECTING THAT DELIVERIES WILL BE STEPPED ; ness for hustler. H. D. Fields, Pahokee I

UP ON Fla. Jan. 25pd. -
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Underwood Typewriters W.\XT JOB: Experienced truck = ---
and tractor driver and farmer, Jfl Mellow: ----
Iarl'hant Calculators .
also grocer and produce clerk. =
Sunstrand Adding: Machines No family. Want steady job. r\o ",,. and -----

Ediphone "'oice'riting Equipment( quitter. H. C. Clifton, Canal --- ---

Mimeographs ,, Point, Fla ltp --,- Beer -----
--- -
Filing Cabinets WOI.X'A tn: As dry goods I II --- ----

Steel Desks & Tables I clerk. Apply New York Clothing ---- idefl ---
Store, Pahokee, Fla Itch --- theSetwogran -_
Aluminum Chairs 1J5 are
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Steer Safes I FOR S.\LE: 13 lots in r\orthmoor I II ---- Ly pEUe West Fish
i I subdivision in Belle Glade, C. A. -- av0rites a y
\\'e suggest that you send us your order so that we may I Bailey, Belle Glade. JlSch d regrona jestul{ Ja>< B cer. _

notify you ag our stocks come in and tangy' fore _
FOR SALE: Farm land in four ; chowder sh er magic
Expert repairing and overhauling all types and makes and five acre tracts on hard I pair ) _
if office machine,. Our repair department will be glad road. C. A. Bailey, Belle Glade, I yes, a perfect served t g ether a

to give you an estimate. All work guaranteed. Fla. JanISch when topSCrrma JAX
J i mairilT.TtOI'rOlITU'l..] your ; tastes Drink
& & ;
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TIES: Archie Harris, Registered' gjeat t0 '
eaStr S '
. Real Estate Broker is specializing South m P lemer't
---- I the a co
in sales and listings of aU 1 1I whe her as Pur e
Glades properties. Read this --= Friendship ? by itself"For
classified weekly. This week I dEoo d or AXto day
I have the following for sale: --=- 9 t.Try .
A. Servant of the Glades 111 One Three unit apartment -::: mellow rereShmen{ a really 9od r g.Salrs

building located only two blocks yrng miumbrew
from school. Good income prop- learn hw be,1r ul y a pr to

erty. $5200.00ill buy this, oval beer can rum Prrc eS
To Miami (2)) Rental property and desirable 'I ; pay preen
4 Buses lots about One Block from ,I though you never jAX!
To \\'est Palm Beach Bank of Pahoket' Three-two deliciousneSsoen1
bedroom houses and one house Y ..
Daily To Ft Myers & Lakeland
having one bedroom plus vacant :

building lots. See me for de- say JAK! ".'" .
tails.I )#11 (1"/Ivy \
also have large and small farm ; httrrarr (t.It t. =
Glades Motor lines Inc. Ilia! -
I acreage for sale, cash or term ::
Watch this classified weekly for
n SERVING THE Glades propt'rtifs. Archie Harris,
Registered Real Estate Broker,

Belle Glade, Fla. .

'I I wish to apologize to Officer
Cline of the Pahokt"t' Police De DISTRIllt"fED BY

i partment for some of the unkind

remarks I have made about him. t ,

j. meant no harm and these things.I Shelley Connell
were said without due consideration :
being given them before uteterance.

, tSigDtd) Ray Thompson.I .
Pahoket, Eta.Jan. .
I 17, 1946 L


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Friday, January 18, 19G The
Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Pa Five
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Devil Cagers Will Fort Pierce netted eight points i Members of the Pahokee First i and his organization. The report First Lt. James E. Morris of
from free throws.In .
the third Fort Baptist BTU enjoyed a hay ride I was comprehensive in its coverage Lubbock Field Texas, was a re-
I Pierce quarter a and wiener roast in the woods of activities in the agent's depart- cent guest of Mrs V. R. Elarbee
Play Fort Pierce player missed a free throw i
Port ment. It dealth and Plura, in Pahokee.
and in the mad scramble for the near Mayaca on Tuesday with work during daughter,
balL believe it or not, Donald night. The losing team in a re-i the year with beef cattle, poultry. -
There I dairy cattle, fruits, Sarah Elaine Salvatore small
PM tropical
Saturday Smith, Blue Devil center poked it cent membership contest acted asI
citrus fruits soil of 1Ir. and frs. Carmen
through the Fort Pierce basket. hosts. trs. O. O. Gilbert \Val- vegetables conservation daughter
I and management and efforts Salvatore, Jr.. is seriously- ill at
From then on the hot and bothered lace Barnes and Irs. F. G. Gillis
The Pahokee Blue Devil Cagers Blue Devils didn't know whether were guests. to relieve the labor situation Good Samaritan Hospital, West
will travel to Fort Pierce this they were coming or going and the The Business Woman's Circle in the Glades farming section. Palm Beach.

coming Saturday night, Jan. 19, jittery Fort Pierce coach blocked First Baptist \VMU, will meet at -
for return games with the Eagles.. the view of the score keeper and the home of Mrs. T. C. Richard. '
by both the boys and girls team. ::. had him in about the same condition son on Tuesday night, Jan 22, at ;' ''I''I'II
The boys will try to redeem' as the Blue Devils Well, anyway 7:30 o'clock. 1!
themselves for the game they gave, when it was all over but the The Canal Point Methodist : To Th Builders !I Ii
to the Eagles on the local court shouting the Blue Devils settled Church honored its returned sere :
last Friday night. The Blue Devils, with a 22 to 21 score in favor of vice men Wednesday night with a '
started oft smoothly enough and, the Eagles. Kyle Hatfield was fellowship supper at the parson. Of The
ended the half with a 13 to 8 high point man for Pahokee with age. The committee in charge i Everglades
Score in their favor. Then in the 10 points and B. Nelson, for Fort was: Mrs. T. W. Griffith, Irs. J. !,
second half they started playing: Pierce with 7 points.In P. Parker 11rs. C. L. Stuart, frs. I II I I
the kind of game Coach Steve i the preliminary girls game Bruce Elam, frs. Otto Coleman
If to build \vill
Brown has warned them against, Pahokee, trailing 12 to 7 at the Mrs. Kendrick Buchanan, frs. A. I you are planning you
time and again, overguarding and i half, came from behind to win, R. Harrington and Mrs. N. E'Ilfaxson. I need. . I
still more overguarding that piled 20 to 19. Marie Funderburk, for. :
up called fouls, through which ward starred for the girl. netting, Mrs S. P. Lee and son of Miami .i Concrete Blocks Portland Cement
11 points. is visiting her I
I Steel Windows Iasonry Cement
I If it's action you like, fast and and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Boyd ,
'sometimes a bit furious, you are' Vorhee, in Pahokee this week. I Rock & Rock Screenings
i missing a good bet of you are not ... i
mJJIIT'S attending the basketball games on i H I
the local court. Coach Brown and
Mounts Annual I
Coach Jane Mitchell have both developed I SThRt1EYiBRQ5:
good teams this season Report Is Received I I
and Referee Dorsey Pugh knows H
I '
MONEY CALLED how to keep them in line. You'lll County Agent M. U. (Red) i I Nl' K
"00U H.H 0 0 t'GISTCKS : find it a lot of fun. Mounts rendered his annual report

TO YOUR F/N ERS! I to the county commission on 3ion-
I ", I I day of this week. The report was CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS
; warmly received by members ot PHONE 2501
the commission who are .
I - thoroughly
Ij I : familiar with the outstanding I AIIOKEE, FLORIDA I

j I work being done by Mr. founts

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Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Hare of Pa.1 I ----- -- - --- -

hokee announce the birth of a son' rr [;jI [;4 j I 1iJ!: !:ijl[ rn 1..If1
James Tilden, at the Everglades I
4f111 { Memorial Hospital on Thursday,
k 'Jan. 10. j n
Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Allen of I
Belle Glade announce the birth ot, 0y
a daughter, Tanya Francine, at THE
the Everglades Memorial Hospital
You r "dough" won't on Friday, Jan 11. I a

stick to your fingers if NOTE OF THANKS I i BANK

a fire, theft, or accident I wish to thank all my neigh-' AT BELLE GLADE

occurs, unless you were hors, friends, members of the Bap.
) covered in- tist Church, especially the Men's f Belle Glade, Florida
properly by
: Bible Class, for the flowers, cards,I N pi
surance. I IO.'R. every kind word, thought and deed
shown my husband during his rev As at the close of business December ::11, 1915L

BLEECH cent illness. :
-Mrs. W. A. Maxey
18U1tCb P.\1I0KEC -_-. ,I

Use Classified Ads I EI RESOURCES Q
&&&& & &&&&&&& & & & & II

I I I Loans and Di counts........__.... $ 315-19:5.09: Q

Furniture and Fixturcs............ 11,011.J2: iJ
Other Heal Estate O\\'ned...._ 2,991.12 QN1

Prepaid Expenses .................... 309.81 tJ

Pd&I( Other Resources u................. 25.00
I! Accrued Interest slid Income ftJ

Q Receivable ........... ............-- $ 1.,460.66 QM
E U. S. Government Securities. 1,480,596.05 J

Florida County and :Municipal
'In' I V
I Bonds ........................_........ 117,530.81 Q

I Other Securities ...................... 7015.59
Cash Hanll and
on Due

Petal Tint Make.Up Liquid for texture hiifon Fire 10 iorrtdiLly Powder iD Lipttitl De.elt IDd, flattering Rouse, a I I ICrum from Banks ...................._.... 92GO'J-1.38 2.573,727,49 Q
giving tolllplnioo tbe actually appears ahadea to dramatize
fli.ku bout, .I a to be a pert of gout Jour tomplniuo aaJ I
Do"a'..\U.hidtsII.SO silo All shades 11 COitume. 11 each $2,903,523.86


What is your (! Capital Stock ............_.__.... $ 50,000.00 Q

r rk Surplus 1 ....__....UJ.... . .J 50,000.00

-'t Problem I ? I d Undivided Profits ......._....._ 21278.13 Q

1f(, Beauty i d Reserves....__.................... 3,1-10.51 Q

Reserve for Income Tax Q
tp.r Consult Mrs. Dempsey Jan. 21 & 22 ''''' 22,067.60
I 0 Deposits
will be in
Primrose House representative, who our
Cosmetic Department oil this week to reveal btestt I U. S. Government ........__.... 275,80.66: ,

beauty methods from Primrose House, famous New 0 All Other Deposits ............ 2.181,031.93 2,756,837.59
\,\. York Solon, erectors of exclusive od:! trea'
went preparations. Q $2,903,52:1.86:


1! Leonard A. Usin3, President iJ

a Dean S. Campbell, Vice.President v

r nit tu 1 :Milton L. Campbell, Vice.Preident md Cashier Q

fMiFftEU a t11lllYl't,. ...' I 0 Frank H.riller, Assistant Cashier

(! Mary C. Pope, Assistant Cashier iJ
r "w
1 v iF Q

Chiffon Crum-a ;lin Frubutr-I Dry Sin Mittorede1i Leonard A. Usina, Pres. Fla. -atl Bank d Tract Co., Miu I i Q

thAt btfulfuffyerrem rluoM'to tollnat 101'(10 wokIrrfuulrefrr.hiag to rDlntD anJ blUOUt dins that I.-cannot dry alllnlY od 0 Dean S. Campbell, V:P. Bank S Trust w.. i Mia iJ

ant Mr- refine the toneupapraraaeof OIdiDUylubfltlt'8C.Lia. ( :Milton L. Campbell, \-P. & C3sh. f'a. Nat. Bank at Belle Clad t.J.
$l. U.7 aaJ U \.iA. dot eoJ 1: rrulDJ. n sod IS
H. L. Haney, President: Haney, Inc. QR
All priUI ptue rat R I E. E. Kelley, President CJew ton :Motors, Clewiston iJIr

KAHN'S DEPARTMENT STORE I!I(] Ruth \redgworth, Wedgworth F3rm. ttJ

"First With The New" P PAIIOKEE FL.\


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Page Six The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, January 18, 19t

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I ''Mrs.: Cruthird Guest -

I At Shower And Tea Music r
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j Domogellized i Mrs. T. A. Ferguson, Mrs. T. L. THE LASTING GIFT

: Bums, Mrs. Lloyd Hundley, Mrs.
Can you imagine anything more than musical
appropriate a
Leo Maxwell, Mrs. John A. Du-
! j! i instrument of some kind? There are no new ones available
Vitamin MilkAVAILABLE lany and Mrs. L. J. Fraser entertained at present, but we do have modem styled, new appearing
at Mrs. Ferguson's home MirrApianos, fully guaranteed. We also have several thor-
Wednesday with an afternoon tea oughly reconditioned band instruments.

and shower in compliment to Mrs. The most complete stock of records and record albums available .
--0-.0- Cleve C. Cruthird.Mrs. both classical and popular will be found in our store.

A. D. Beverly sang two Plan now to make MUSIC the answer to your gift problems.It's .
AT YOUR vocal solos, accompanied at the the lasting gift-keeps on giving happy listening hours.
Mrs. We invite you to our store to see our selections.
piano by Mrs. Orin Bacon.

GROCERY STORE Bacon also played several piano BRUBAKER MUSIC COMPANY

selections, Mrs. Dulany read three
The Palm Beacbe8' Most Complete lwJc Store
I --0-.0- poems. Games and contests were
played. Mrs. Duncan Padgett aId PHONE 4175 206 DATURA REST PALM BEACH

Mrs. Seth Roberts were awarded

contest prizes. Refreshments were -- ---- --------
LFA served to approximately 45 guests.
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I r rI I I Mrs Given W.Surprise H. May Party Is i H I Dog Racing I II

Phone 20 Belle Glade, Fla Mrs. H. T. Williams entertained

I at her home on Canal Point Road I 'VORLD'S FASTEST I
Wednesday afternoon with a. sur-,

prise bridge party and luncheon' i GREYHOUNDS
honoring Mrs. W. H. May on her I

birthday anniversary.

I High score prize was won by : IN ACTION NIGHTLY I

Mrs. Verdie Jones and second high, I
I by Mrs. Amy Whidden. Others (except Sundays)

Thanks I attending were Mrs. Marian Chamberlain :I I

I Mrs. Virginia Cate, Mrs. "
I Mary Louise Jackson and Mrs i

At the start of another year \ve wish I Christine-Elliott.- -. ..- Daily Double 2nd and 3rd races I

to take time out and extend our sincere I : Mrs. Helen Murray of Cleveland, I I
Nine guinea( ) racesIVMVV1N11111N1r1AM ! and
Ohio, is visiting her
thanks and appreciation to the I
many daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Armstrong .

folks in the Lake Region who have I I Armstrong, and in Dr.Pahokee.and Mrs. L. W. f: I

made our business a success. 'Ve expect I No minors admitted I

during this New Yar to have a much Report of OF Conditlcn 1)\IIUKtE: ofBtxg

of Pahokee. in the State of Florida at
heavier and more complete stock of II the close ct business on Dec. 31. 1945

merchandise, and, naturally want I United Loans end States discounts Government ASSETS______$ . All racing under state racing

obligations. direct and
all of you to visit us more often. guaranteed uu___"_and____$1,107,10000 commission supervision
Obligations of State I ,
political subdivisions ____ 86175.00 wwwwwwvw I II
Other bonds notes, And
- debentures: ______________ 5.000.00 I
Cash balance with other

Western Auto Associate Store I II. I In balance bank process premisesowned. including and of collection cash reserve items__ 2.110,117.64Bank PALM BEACH !

M. LAIR, Owner AHOKEE, FLA. I Furniture and KENNEL CLUB
I fixtures __ h_____ 1.50000 3,000.00
TOTAL ASSETS ____U,334.827.14 Oppmite Iorri'lon J'lfld '
LIABILITIESDemand' On IkI\lt'n' Road I'
deposits of Indl\'l-
------ --- ---- -- -- --
duals partnerships and Wt'\t! ItaIm Ut'l'h
corporations ______.m$2.752.80915 I II
Time deposits 0 I lndivl- I _ _ I
duals partnerships, and I _
corporations ___mm_ 500,581.81Depoalts
of United States
Government (Including
I postal savings) __um__ 540,405.951
Deposits of States and poll- i
tical subdivisions __m___
f :Other deposits (certified k
+ I IS officers' checks etc ) ____ 18.831.58
I Deposit> __ _SH1U22.18
Other liabilities Dividends
I Payable 1.2.46 _-________ 5,92500

Including subordinated
obligations shown below) $SU206n I

; CapItal CAPITAL_um____ACCOUNTS___m___ 50,00000
\ Surplus ___hu ___ 100.00000
s Undivided profits ------T 53.680.56 I(1
Reser"es t and retirement account -
\ for preferred capital I 1050000

ACCOUNTS _mh_ ____ S 21418356
i y I
I This bank's capital conslste of: FirM
i iTo 'preferred stock with total par value ofl0.50tl
$ 00. total r e t i r a b 1 e"alul'
$10.500.00; Common stock with total
I par value of $$39.500 I Ii
Pledged assets land securitles -
I loaned) (book value)
U S. Government obltga-
tlon+. direct and -
those who guaranteed. y
tire wtliting deposits. pledged and other to secure liabilItles ,

___m________________$ 942.30000' y.UcHt
Other assets pledged to se- paDS
for te/ephoues cure d\>posits and other !
l1abU1t1 Including notes \ OC1de
aDd bUts rediscounted !
and securities sold under -
repurchase agreement ____ 80,00000 'atu UlV

TOTAL u______________ 1.022.300 00 All the advantages of natural CR10l\TE ,
From now on our story is more cheerful for many DEPOSits secured by pedg-
f'd asset: pursuant to requirements Greenland cryolite IDENot
who are waiting for a tel phone. of law ___u__ 782078.74_ 'NSct\-
;::::- ::: .
With the receipt of larger amounts of telephone TOTAL mmu 7- .. acutely toxic to man, cattle
On date of report the requtred ., or other animals.

equipment, we will be in position to install telephones Aiatnst deposits legal 01 reserve this 01

bank was mnm__. 822.94443 High degree of control at
for those who have been waiting longest. Assets reported above whlcQ eta-
were eligible u legal nserve nomicol cost.Available .
But there ore places here we have complicated amounted -----$214.91764
I. E. r. Mcflrain Cashier of the
switchboards install-even aoort-namtd bank dsolem11 swear alone or in combinations -
to places here we must
that the above statement 15 true. and with sulphur
copper or
build new buildings for the itchboards. 10 that it fully and correctly represents ,
new the true state ot the several matters if desired.
those places it will tab herein contained and set forth to thebest DDT
necessarily more time.Were of my knowledge anj bfl1ef.
working hard to serve those and striving to I. Y. Ucn.WAL"D1HCwrs INSECTICIDES

give everybody quicker and better service thec ever I\. LewI Rupert Friend Mock MAN tJ8; ; :C rANI Are.swer.d.blllsspy -

before.SOUTHERN. H. 3[. Mrlntosh I II u.1WI.4 1 Y.w IK"
cf 1000 10E"I Wn011G. PHIIA 7. 'A,
I State. of flor1 a. County cl Pa.:11 .... ''' uyerlnte.l.lllsllea.fw
: 5'
beach u: (0:" aoao I' ''' '
t Sworn to and IUbla1btd before me tI''Mr.spNi.lri/ ..I.'.C7 J 'wther .d.le. ..4 I....,....
this 8th day ot January 1H! and I Msa. tessnd Y'rr durilcW.ik .
I hereby certify that I am not &n officer
TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY or director or thkl bank. eVjj- : oiWvesI te4 h
I ((OTARrs SEAL) Notary Public Tit. Sad c...,..,
IlJ commission aspires Ftbnay '--.'
U. 1949.


18, 19-16 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Page Seven
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I frt Army, Vernon was in the!r bons: Asiatic, American Defense, 1:311rr: ,ffi,'\ ?nnnnnnnrn,iff.,IT?IT!.1t,fI\i i1ll ITt fffft, ,,'WtfiI ,
service 33 months and served with good conduct, presidential citation
the 28Uh Port Company in the and one battle star. I 15% DISCOUNT TO ALL
From The $ European Theatre for 25 months.He .
holds a presidential unit cita- i! GI"IlIl A. Carr is home with a I SERVICE MEN .
WAR tion and has four battle stars on discharge. He was in the service I I. .
his ribbons. While stationed rt two years and eight months He I We handle fine clothes for men and womenmanufactured -
Cpl. Park Keen recently received Anthwrep, Belgium, he married a spent twenty.two months of his by Herbert's. They are tailored to measure and sure
his discharge from the Army at Belgium girl, Miss Rosa Bra, in time overseas. He wears five bat-I to please. We specialize in Ladies' tailoring.
Camp Blanding and is now at the a double ring seremony at a tle stars, Asiatic Pacific Ribbon,
home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. church there on Aug. 18. His wife American Defense. Philippine Liberation AL BELCHER
L. T. Keen, in Pahokee. He was in will join him in the United States Victory Medal, Good Con- F
the service 51 months and served as soon M she receives her visa duct Medal and also the Expert I BOX 87G PAHOKEEP
overseas with the 31st Dixie Di- and passage can be arranged. Combat Rifleman's Badge. He re-
vision in the Southwest Pacific Vernon is ,ow employed in the ap- ceived his discharge at Jacksonville , ,
area for 22 months, participating praisers unit of the U. S. Customs the first of the "ear.
in the New Guinea, Mafey Bay, office in Tampa. -.---- JI
Moratal and Philippine Liberation
Life Membership .
campaigns. He has six ribbons! Gilbert Olson is back at his old I I II
and five battle stars. Park plans job at Dad's Bar in Pahokee after In Bar Association WANTED- !
I -=
to make his home in Pahokee. "spending three years in UnclelSam's
Voted Chillingworth
Vernon R. Elarbee of Tampa 6 ATC and service.spent Gilbert 30 months was in of the his Palm I I Line Truck Driver and Line Helpers, I i

visited his mother, Mrs. V. R. time overseas in India, China and Life membership in the i
Job Good Pa
Beach County Bar Association was Steady y I
Elarbee, and sister, Mrs. Phara Burma. He was discharged on II
;Mock, 111 Pahokee over the week- Dec. 12 at MacDill Field In Tam-, voted Judge C. E. Chillingworlh !
members of that Monday Apply
by group on -
end. Before his recent release pa. He wears the following ribANNOUNCING -
I I at the regular January meet-
--- -- .- --- --- .- --- --- :ing held in the George Washington Florida Power & Light Company
!hotel In West Palm Beach. The
I life membership came as a tribute
I I to the popular jurist for 25 years Pahokee, Fla. I
OPENING bench of outstanding service on the j

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Ramblers Win 46-23 I I I

I ARMSTRONGSERVICE From Belle Glade i i Canal Point Machine Works I II

I STATION The Pahokee town team, better I, I I I
known as the Ramblers, defeated Manufacturers Of I I
"Belle Glade town team 46 to 23 in ; IRRIGATION AND DRAINAGE PUMPS I
Across The Street From : a fast moving basket ball game in ': : HYDRAULIC MOLE DRAINS j
i the Pahokee gym Monday night. : I
; Pahokee got off to an early lead WEED CHOPPERS i
Bank Of Pahokee !
and held it throughout the game. I I fWe
r Hugh Branch and Dorsey Pugh :. I I
f racked up 14 points apiece to lead Are Agents For !.

I I With a full line of Gulf Products including the : To Attend U. Of Fla. i I,

famous Gu1flex Lubrication. Quick-charge battery Under GI Bill Rights
machine for service.
Ralph Maxwell left Tuesday of r.i .;
Whether your needs be large or small, we will this week for Gainesville where he
welcome the opportunity to serve you. I will enroll in the University of !
I i iI Florida on Jan. 26 under the C.1. !
1 Bill of Rights for returned \'et-
I erans. Ralph went to Gainesville WE MANUFACTURE EVERYTHING TIIA'l"S
Armstrong Service Station I a little ahead of the enrolling time MADE OUT OF IRON FOR USE IN .
I in order that he may have time to
I ALVIN ARMSTRONG, Owner : find a house for his wife and baby. TilE GLADES I
I PAIIOKEEI I He recently sold his filling sta- I
i I tion and grocery store at Section I
I I 20 to Haywood Baxter who is now

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1! I

15HOUSS I 1946 H!


The future in the Everglades is i iblight.


Here at Betzner's Hardware store : .

IORSALE in Belle Glade \ve are particularly : I

anxious to load our shelves with new i I
merchandise which will be available ;

ftJ before many months. There are so

= many things that \ve want to have in i I :

3 Bedrooms Each stock for you when you come that It i i'Quld

\\ be almost impossible to enume- 1 :

rate then1. Before the war \ve took I :

Geiger Subdivision .. Pahokee pride in saying that you could find it ; :

I here-no matter what it was in the :

D hard\\'are line 'I .

'Vith the beginning of a new year
See This Space Next Week
L \\'C are again proud to be a part of the

r vast agricultural area here on LakE

For Details D Okeechobee and extend a cordial ,vcl- :

come to everybody to visit us when in

L need of hardware


; Luther Jones C. A. Bailey Betzner Hardware .

Belle Glade, Fla. F Belle Glade ;

rn"l'"f'! i1 t tFriday,4anuary


Page Eight The Everglades I\'e\\'s, Canal Point, Florida Fridsy, January 18, 19t6
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I Alvin Armstrongs serving of refreshments in the I,
Pahokee PTA gill school cafeteria were Mr. and Mrs. Lottie loon Circle
SUNSPOTS Are Back In Pahokee ; 0 D. Carpenter, Mr and Mrs 1\let Monday P. M.
I Duncan Padgett and Mr. and Mrs.
Furnish Benches
(By Breezy) i
Mr and Mrs. Alvin Armstrong Ben S. Waring. I Mrs. Albert Snyder presented
have arrived from Tuscon Ariz.,i I -
Some local prankster "lifted" to make their home in Pahokee i And Tables In Park'At I the royal service program at a
I of Lottie Moon Circle,
I meeting the
a new outboard motor off of a test I They are living with his parents, Green Hands Serve
barrel behind a local store. The Dr and Mrs L. W. Armstrong?; FFA Group At I Pahokee First Baptist WMU, held
man called in the law It took I until their residence, which was a meeting of the Pahokee Party I at the church Monday afternoon
them about five minutes to locate recently moved from the Katten- Parent-Teacher Association in the, The program theme was "Our
the "stolen" motor in his store bruner subdivision to a lot next school auditorium Monday night Members of thePahoke e Chap- Assets for Building a New 'orla"Those
room. The man does not like to to Thomas subdivision on Bacom the group approved the recommen- ter, Future Farmers of America,
'' Road, is remodeled and enjoyed an outdoor and taking part were Mrs J. C.
hear any conversation about :t. point ready dation of the executive board that party
We understand his pin-feathers for occupancy. PTA assume the project of equip. wiener roast on Lair Athletic Field Mock, Mrs Stella Mullis, Mrs. J.
are still slightly ruffled about the Alvin served in the Army 5-1 ping the city recreation park with Tuesday evening The eighth grade E. Unwin, Mrs. Horace Unwin,
incident. I months before receiving his dis- tables and benches. As PTA representative green hands were in charge of the Mrs. L. G. Alderman, Miss Eliza-
l charge from the AAF, in which he I on the city recreation entertainment and serving of re- beth Caraway, :Mrs. E E. Coleman,
We wonder why the City of Pa- held the rank of technical sergo-I council, President Carl A Moberg freshments. Approximately 20 I Mrs. Margaret Thompson and Mrs
hokee doesn't break down and cant. He and his wife visited, will be in charge of the project FFA boys and guests were present Morgan Mullis. Mrs. W. G. Connell -
splash a little green paint on the friends and relatives in Kearney,: Duncan Padgett, membershp including Mrs. DuBose. i led the devotionals.
waste paper receptacles parked' Nebr., and Cleveland, Ohio, en-, ,chairman, reported that the members1iip -,
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around town. It would not harm route to Pahokee from Tuscon i roll of the Pahokee PTA
the looks of things any. II where he received his dischargl': has increased to 526 members, r ,- ,. I II
He is going into the filling sta- breaking all records. I :
The city has taken on a new tion business in Pahokee and Will The monthly attendance awards ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO. I II
policeman therefore it is only natural -;I! operate the Gult station at the were won by Mrs. Walston's fifth I
that we give him some un- corner of Belle Glade and Bacorn grade room at the Elementary I We wish to thank our many friends in the Glades for the ,
: Point Roads, known : business which they have given us in the past and for their
asked.tor advise. To begin with, formerly as School and by the ninth grade, I
; the
and attitude toward
I understanding helpful us during
Webb's station, 0 in on, :Mrs. Grimes and Al-
g Ralph Clyde
Mr. Policeman
pick out a comfor-: I years while we were mainly engaged in the preparation and I
table spot on one of the three Wednesday of this week. : ley, sponsors, at the High School., maintenance of Airfields for the Army and Navy. I
benches and relax. There is noth-! I It was announced that :Mrs. W.
Once again we are able to resume peacetime operations and
ing for you to do except to look:I Mrs. C. A. Shive Has I P. Jernigan will have charge of offer you the same efficient and courteous service which it I
the annual Founders
"ready" because everybody is outside Day program
I has been our endeavor to render in the past The service we :
the law. Mr. Big is a local: Birthday Party at the next meeting on Feb. 4.I offer is complete, from landscape designing to a finished I I !
business man, he and members of Featured on this program will also planting job Our Nurseries are stocked with a wealth of !
his family can park anyway, any.; Mrs. C. A. Shive was honored oni i be a Junior Red Cross exhibit from lovely trees, shrubs, vines, potted plants etc. awaiting your I !
where and drive as fast as they I her birthday anniversary last week I the regional office in Atlanta. selection. I I IWe
want to, so just reJa. Next at a party given by relatives and I Mrs. Frances Harlow, program, invite you to stop in and visit us at any time and will I ;
comes Mr. Bigger, he grows a mili i friends at her home in Pahokee.i chairman introduced Mrs. J. R. appreciate your continued business I !
lion acres of lollypops and, of Games were played and refreshments -;; York who conducted a question E. TINSLEY HALTER, President ,
course, is untouchable, his served to 18 : and answer forum on educational
are persons pres-
XUltSElUtoi: 1100 Southern Boulevard (Route No 25 at :
family and reJatives. Mr. Bigger ent. i subjects, with Mrs. York asking ''
has one, two or three field fore- ...a--- I the questions and PTA members City Limits). West Palm Beach FlOrida

men-they are hired right off the Use Classified Ads giving the answers. I
track at IndianapoJis-do not mess I : Hosts and hostesses during the ___

with them as they will outrun you,'
just reJax Next comes Mr. Big-,
ger's truck cowboys-the more --- TT I
noise they make and the faster, : c
they get around the harder they,
are working-in their opinion. Mr. i SPECIALC.LFAACE
Bigger won't let you bother them,
just reJax. You can't buy new
trucks just now and putting lights
on an old worn out truck is un-
thinkable. Just relax, Mr. Police-
man-e\'erybody In town is associated -
either with Mr. Big or Mr.
Bigger. :
Paul Rardin's Recent Operatio..J ,
column last week sounded like ne,
was looking forward to a mess of, JaIl. 19t1l.
watermelon, a sack of potatoes Saturday,
and the brakes put on Reddy Kit-
owatt. ,

on How the door about of-that the Parrish store hour Jewelry sign i I Buy All Closing Out Entire Stock Of All ;

store. We do not know whether'
that is a good idea or one of Ir.i i You Good i i'Vant

Parrish' "ideas". M.DIES' SHOES
I 'Tallies ; ,

We heard, very unoffIcIally, that I. ',

the dog poisoner in Pahokee was Consisting Of Pumps, Straps, Ties and Oxfords :
about to be exposed but the deal

misted fire because of too many Black White Tan and Blues
sy.foott'rs. We also heard that $ 187 $2 87

the Humane Society has promisl'dto .
send an investigator here from PRICED TO SELL AT :
tlanta. If he ever gets here we
are sure it will be a different
stor)'. That organization is not in -

the habit of pulling any puncht's. Reduction On All tadies' Winter'
Poisoner, you have enjoyed gooJ' Big : I II
luck, 80 tar. I
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Major and Mrs. John T, Pickt'tt I Dresses Coats SuitsDon't :

were business visitors in CJewis-i -
ton on Monda '.
Mrs. Sally Throneberry and son, :
Herbert Throneberry. have arri\"E'd
from Normandy, Tenn.. to make I aIiss These Values .
their home In Pahokee. Herbert ;

Is now employed as bookkeeper I i
at n. Elliott's Ford salesroom and

Mrs. Doyle WilJiam Smith (Er-,
ma Justice), daughter of Mr. and!
Mrs. n. B. Justice of Pahoket'. IsI I All Former Non-Rationed
III with pneumonia at a Navy hospital -.
In Wuhlngton, D. C.



"'' I These Must Be Sold Regardless Of Cost

[ SUPRIME Bur Several Pair


e ouoctt UlsitttoUoa 60 EacUJtcoawal 1011111011 Catlin of ith'k Saloo 60 tru HuU'"cad.rc.. HOME( +_IIIcalOr. I Pahokee- Dry Goods Company, Inc.

aeutraliut and Mitt onir2 t.3 I Icomrln.
iaura u c Hours at Ho",. York .
Next To Bank Pahokee, Fla. Building j jI
liller's I
Drug Store ,I I
Phone 39:1 final Point J -- -