Title: Everglades News
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Title: Everglades News
Uniform Title: Everglades News
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Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Belle Glade ; Canal Point, Fla.
Publication Date: March 15, 1946
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
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, ..-Co-1945 112,094-Population Census Beach-- -I THE EVER LAD ES 'N Ef f.\'I J-r. The Distinguished Mind"The Provinces"Prefers Truly

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Volume 22-No. 52 Canal Point, Palm Beach County, Florida, Friday, March 15, 19-16 $2.00 Per Year

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Blue Devils Foot Redistricting Plan County Board Wins Court Battle From

RECENT Accepted By Court

OPERATIONS Ball Squad Starts County Attorney Harry Johnston West\ Palm Beach, WWoman's ill Build TB Hospital

told the County Commission
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Spring Training Monday that an answer filed with Legal talent for the City of

By Paul Rardin the circuit court stating that the Club Lets West Palm Beach, headed by At-

board had redistricted the county Contract For New torney Paul Potter, went down
The Pahokee High School Blue
and outlining the new arrange- swinging Wednesday when Circuit
Another railroad crossing wreck! Devil football squad will start its Barbecue Pits
ment, had been accepted by Circuit Judge Joseph S. White ruled that
A man in the hospital-in very spring training on Lair Field Mon-I Judge C. E. ChiUingwortb with the city could not prevent county

serious condition. A woman slightly day afternoon. Coach Clyde Alley the preemptory writ directing it: A contract for the construction commissioners from erecting a tu-

hurt and a car \\Tecked. and his assistant, Steve Brown, to redistrict in proportion to population of new barbecue pits at the city berculosis hospital on land owned

expect between 40 and 50 boys to recreation park will be let this by the county at the county home

All of this happened Tuesday report for practice and have plans The attorney also reported that week by the Pahokee Woman's site within the city limits of West

morning at the FECRR crossing for a vigorous spring training pro- the arrangement was agreeable to Club sponsor of the project, it was Palm Beach. Judge White on

between Pahokee and Canal Point. gram that will last for four or five Wareing T. Miller, attorney for T. announced at the luncheon meet- Wednesday morning signed a de-

weeks.It Harold Williams who began the ing of club Tuesday.A cree in favor of the county which
I've been trying to get signal looks like a big year ahead for on
redistrict suit, and that a stipula- report the County Federation will permit construction of the
lights erected at the FECRR cross- the Blue Devil gridders. Coach tion had been signed to this effect. meeting at Belle Glade on' hospital. Bids were received

ings in the Lake Okeechobee Alley and Principal D. D. Caudill On a motion offered by Com- Mar. 7 was given by rrs. Le\\S last year by the board and early im-
Farming Region. To date the signals announced this week the 10-game Friend, Federation second vice
missioner C. Y. Byrd the board mediately suit was brought
by City
minus quantity, schedule for the coming season is
are a president. Mrs. Friend announced
authorized the inclusion of the of West Palm Beach, using for its
now complete with all dates filled.It southern part of precincts 38 and that the County Federation meet- chief argument the contention
The City Council of Pahokee has is unquestionably one of the will be held in West Palm
39, shown in the redistrict resolu- ing "that property values In that ;
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the power and authority to pass toughest most interesting and tion as 38A and 39A. in Precinct I Beach in May. Mrs. J. R. York ('inityi11 be affected"

an odrinance requiring the rECRR bitious schedules'ever booked am-I 40, with Lake Harbor as the voting gave a report on the progress of I In the decree Judge White pointed -
to slow their trains to two miles Blue Devil team. Pahokee the Chest
Community being -
place. organized out .It
: appears that those in
per hour over the crossings and ever is losing very few experienced i --- ... for the Pahokee-Canal Point i
authority recognize that the
by a man with players by graduation this I pos-
have them preceded year area. The group voted to have a of
sibility contamination is mini-
Now if the city coun- and are good for a successful I
a lantern. prospects "Check"Byrd To new roof built on the clubhouse at mized the
by knowledge and facilities -
cil of Pahokee is interested in the season ahead. I I a cost of $792
I available to the medical
. life end limb of Glades citizens The complete 19-16 Blue Devil The committee in charge of pro-
into I Seek ReFlection I fession today and fear to the con-
they can bring the FECRR schedule: luncheon arrangements included ; trary is unjustified."
line. I'm of the opinion that Instead Sept. 21-Ponce de Leon There Mrs. Rupert Mock. Mrs. Louis The
nearest house
of hiring a watchman or Oct. 4- liami Tech. Here dwelling
Davis, Mrs. Lewis Friend, Irs.
trains I c. Y. "Check" Byrd county com- within the city limits is approxi-
flagman and slowing their Oct ll-West Palm B. There E. Morgan and Irs. Pat A'I
mately 1,380 feet from the site of
to two miles an hour that they Oct. 18-Delray Beach There missioner in district four, this

will gladly erect the crossing SigInaIs. Oct. 25-Dania .. Here (I week announces his candidacy for pel.It was announced that Major I the proposed hospital. The nearest
vacant within the
Messrs.Councihncn' reelection in the May primary. Mr. property city
What do you say Nov. I-Port Pierce There
John T. Pickett who was stationed -
Nov. 8-Stuart ...... Here Byrd has been a member of the I will ,limits which might be used for
in China during the war
residence is than 500 feet
..- Nov. 15-Lake Worth_ .. Here county board since 1932. He said : an exhibit of Chinese art more

Nov. 22-Melbourne ...... Here that if reelected he would continue arrange I away.
Mar. 26.
at the next luncheon on
Commissioner Paul Rar-
his same conservative policy as in I
Planned Here
Nov. 2S-Belle Glade
Revival Irs. Orin Bacon, fine arts chairman -
I the past and would work toward din in commenting on the outcome
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the county's continued progress in program of the court battle said: "I am in-

By C. Iethodists Council Refuses the postwar period. deed happy over the> outcome. Now,

Until the recent redistricting of ...... we can go ahead with construc-

Shirley] Resignation the county, Mr. Byrd's district was tion of the sanitarium and provide
Revival Services will begin at composed of Boca Raton and Del- Pahokee Scouts some place for the Tn cases In

the Canal Point Methodist Church The resignation from the Paho- ray Beach precincts. Now his dis- Palm Beach county. It has come

Sunday March 17. with Dr Henry kee City Council of 1... 1... Shirley trict includes Boynton Beach, the Have to the point where we have NO
W, Blackburn Superintendent of council president and waten'orkscommissioner southern threequ/rters of Pre- Camping Trip PLACE to hospitalize these par-

Miami District as Evangelist. was brought before cinct 38 (Belle Glade), southern ticular case!"
Song and Prayer services will the council at its ---.. --.-
regular meeting three-quarters of Precinct 39 Scoutmaster Jack Phillips took

begin prom ply at 7:30.ith Tuesday night and the other members (South Bay) and now included in 3-1 members of his Troop 23 on I ions Club Will
preaching services at 8 o'clock voted to table the resigna-
the precinct with Lake Harbor. I an outing and camping trip toI
each evening tion indefinitely. Brown's Farm is also in his dis- i Fisheating Creek last weekend. I Have "Info" Bureau

We desire this meeting to be a W. A. Keen, street commissioner trict. This additional area was leaving Friday afternoon and returning -

community meeting, so all members was authorized to complete the added to Byrd's Delray Beach late Saturday evening. J.t A new standing committee

of all churches are cordially filling up of the dead-end canal and Boca Raton section. V. Thomas and Inman W. Weeks I known at the civic improvement

invited to attend these services paralleling the street in front of Mr. Byrd will campaign in the also went along to assist the committee. was formed at the

along with all friends.Dr. the Everglades Memorial Hospital.It EVerglades for the first time between scoutmaster in supervising activities Tuesday luncheon meeting of the

Blackburn is a great Gospel I was suggested that Mr. Keen now and the election on fay at the camp. Pahokee Lions Club. The new

preacher, and you will enjoy his ask for county truck to assist In 7. It Is possible that he will be After a round of fishing and fun : committee. to act at a bureau of

messages, so plan on being present this project. reelected without opposition, but, with other sports, several of the j information for the Pahokre-Can-

each night The need of installing two-way in case he is, he still plans to visit scouts settled down to work on al Point area, was organized in ac-

-Oli\'er Hatfield Pastor I radios in police cars was discussed I the Lake Area before election scouting skills and passed the fol- cordance with a plan outlined by

... : at the meeting and Albert Gant time. lowing tests: Swimming, first Rupert Mock, Lions district dep-

Statham anted I and Robert Mackey were appointed I --- .. .. -. class, Sonny Phillips, Charles Dick- uty. Mr. Mock was named chair-
1\laj. on a committee to investigate man ot the civic improvementcommittee
son, David Ramey and Billy Acree: I!
and to the coun-I I Twenty Persons of the
matter and chairman
Chaplain At Hospital the report first aid, first class, Jack Chiviges i
ci1. club's 19 other standing committees -
Join The Methodists !
i : safety second class Ray
V. L. R. B. fackey and included In the member-
Geiger were
Edward Statham
James .
Maj. 'Hatton, WiLam Guerry, J. T.Guerry
former pastor of the Pahokee M. Cowart were named on a com- Twenty persons were received as Jackie Thomas and OlisI'I ship.The
mittee to study street lighting club voted to enter a Palm-
Methodist Church, who was recently new members of the Pahokee Weaver: fir I e building, second
released from the Army, has conditions on Barflfhl Highway Methodist church Sunday. The class, Jackie Thomas and Oils kee float at the LIon State convention -

been appointed chaplain of the and other sections and recommend. Rev. T. A. Ferguson pastor, oCficiated Weaver first aid second class in Jacksonville on May 23.
to the council the number of additional Claude Jones, head of the local
Vett'rans' Hospital at Lake City at the ceremony which William Guerry and Ray Hatton; I
needed for adequate Veterans Service office asked the
During over three years in the followed a two weeks' revival con- signalling, second class Ray Hat- ,
illumination. of the Lions In the movement -
8tn'ke, Maj. Statham was chap- ducted at the church by the Rev. ton, semaphore and William I support
lain at various Army bases and airfields The hour of regu'ar meetings R. L. Flowtrs. Guerry forge code. to obtain hnmealtes
from 7 to S m. I vett'ran. 140 V. McClelland -
changed p.
I for returned
in California, Kentuckey was . Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Davis, former Other scouts at the camp included :
North Carolina: and Florida. He I Ili ;Canal Point residents, became Bobby .Schroder, Jerrold I
available for veterans.
also an overseas veteran of Mrs Barfield Has I members through transfer. Those i Berry, Bill Kirk, Earl Chance courses now
I Visitors C. W. arklf'Y,
World War I, entering the church are Mr. and :Donald Danson Dickie Johnson were
When he left Pahokt to enlist Birthday Party Irs. Lois \'ann. Irs. Max Murphy. Port Johnson. Richard Smith, I I tti'est Palm Beach: Albert fo'rrmd,

In the Army In 1942, members of I J. V. Thomas, Donald Adams, Roy I George Rozelle Ralph Chaney Canal Point: Frank Jloblon, Belle
and LeoWroten
the Methodist Church passed a Irs. Sarah A. Barfitld who was ,Spooner, Donald Crews, Thelma Payne Jackson B u c k Justice Glade: Jack Spencer

rtlolutlon requesting that be be I se\'t'nt-t'iJ'ht years oM on Monday \'ann, Harold Floyd, Irene VannI f Tinker Christian, John T. Pickett, I Pabokf'f'.
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turned u pastor but this request -!March 11th was honored with a Wanda Lou Harper Elmer B. Elliott ,Jr., Huston Connell, Raymond Caruthers I II

was not granted by church birthday dinner and family re- i Ronnie Elliott Patsy Elliott I Sidney Caruthers James Funeral Services

otndals. union Sunday at her home 315 N. Jimmy Colson, Irene Holmes, Har- I Barnes Steve Kirk lee Shirley, I

Maj. Statham visited friends I E. Main surd in Pahokee. She I ry Brooks Elarbee and Mrll. H.Elarbee. Eddie Stanley Frank Cline, Bobby For Isaac Dohrnr

here before assuming his new was altO made happy with many : 11ackey and Gene Sowder.

duties at the Veterans' Upital. nice gifts from her relatives and I __.. .. I Funeral services we r e held
Mrs. Statham and their daughter frit'nds. Mrs. Barfield is one of .N.1RCL'S ()\\' \\lTJI -- -- Tuesday for Isaac D
Iargit now living in Sarasota Pahoke-e's earliest pioneers coming W.\LL\'S EW SHOP rote Tuesday On attorney who died early Sun-

will join him at Lake Cit)'. here with her husband and daughter day at his hotel residence in West

---- ... in October 1920. Jim Marcus is now connected 5850,000 Bond Issue Palm fach. Funeral services

Resurface Job On Those taking dinner with Yrs. with tiVa11y'a Upholstery Shop in were heM at Ferguson Chapel with

Barfield beside her daughter :Miss Canal Point. The shop U located Freeholders in the county will Rabbi Manuel Grttnattin officiating .

Two Glades Roads Lulu Barfield of Pahokf'f' were i in the buildIng formerly occupied I go to the poll next Tuesday to'' and burial was in Woodlawn

Mr9. Barfield's son Charles It Rtr- by the Woman's dub in Canal say whether or not they favor cfmdery.

Contract hu been let by the ; field and her .wn-tn.la'la. and Point. Hours are from S a. m. county expenditure of $550,000.00 Survivors include the wife, Lena:

State Road Department to It B. daughter :Mr. and :Mrs. Jot Roberts, until 6 p. m. Estimates will be for purchase of 200 acres of land three sons, William West Palm

Tyler company of Louisville, Ky..",her grand-daughter5 Yrs. Elise freely pnn. on Singer Island and development Beach Morton Miami, aM Ltonard. -

for resurfacing the State Market Jordan and Miss Marian Roberts, --.- ot a county beach and park. The Pahok: two statero 11ft

Road in Pahokee and Brown's her grandson Jack Roberts and Earnest Boland who u In the land In question Lt on Singer Island Pauline Schrr, Miami, and Mrs.

Farm Road in the Belle Glade district her two gnat grand sons, Jimmy service \i.stttd the school this I I. north of West Palm Beach. Arthur Schoen, Wet Palm Beach.

Work is expected to start and Johnny Jordan all of West 'efk. lie was in the Pacific before Property owners only will participate two brothers S. D bn w. Daytona

soon. Palm Beach. coming home. In the eledion. Beach and A. Dobrow, Pahoktt.Palm .

Page Two The Belle Glade News, Belle Glade, Florida Friday, March 15, 19-16
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World Day Of Prayer leading in prayer included Rev.
THE EVERGLADES NEWS Ceiling Removal Oliver Hatfield, Rev C. R. Moore
Observed In Pahokee J. S. Gresham, Rev. J. R. Heller
Serving the Lake Oketchobee Farming Regi.on From and Rev. S. D. Iason. The service -
' Established 1924 Published Every Friday Vegetables P a h 0 k e e residents observed was concluded with a bene-
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance Word Day of Prayer at a special !i isen.ice i diction by Rev. J. ,.... Strack,
Sought By Group visiting evangelist.Mr. .
the Pahokee I
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office sponsored by I ---. -

In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter. High School Senior Class in the and Mrs. Bill Wheel of
A renewed appeal for removal of high school auditorium Friday af- !
I l Boston. Mass.. are guests of Mr.
price regulations from ternoon.
Editor and Publisher perishable
Paul Rardin i and Irs. Don Hillier in Pahokee.
vegetables will be made to the Of- : The program, "The Things That :
Yr. Wheeler
While in the service
Better fice of Price Administration in ;I Make for Our Peace," was under I I
Sugar Prospects was captured by the Japs early In
the direction of Basil Todd, Senior
Washington next week, it was an- ;
More Sugar for both industrial and individual consumers the war and pent three and a half
r.ounced today by La1Ionte Grau, lass president and music was
is a near-by prospect. Industry's current ration of 50 per- manager of the Florida Vegetable .furnished by Peggy Moberg, pian- years in the same prison camp as

cent of the 1941 use rate is called "brutally low" by sugar Committee. Graw will go to the :ist. Other students taking part John Padgett. ...
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experts, who point to swelling.supplies. Cuba's crop is five nation's capital Monday to join I were Marie Johnson, Jasper Reed, I I
million tons. It was only three million in the pre-war 1938- with representatives of the industry Edna Cowart, Marion Jones, Nina Miss Donna Hillier, student at
39 season. from Texas and California in Ruth Barnick, Lynn Walker, Gene Mont Verde School, arrived here

Puerto Rico, Hawaii, and U. S. sugar beet fields have also presenting the new plea. I Herring, Ray Hawk Jr.. Wilton on Thursday of this week to spend
turned out bigger crops. Even after allowing for sizeable Contending there is sufficient Giddens, Betty Wetherington and the spring holidays with her par-
Donald Local ministers ents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Hillier.
evidence of ample supply in all Padgett.
than million tons of
exports, some experts see more seven
sugar for domestic use in 1946. Unrationed pre-war annual varieties important to Florida and !
nation-wide production except for ,
million tons.
well under seven
use was
peas, representatives ask
Industrial consumers can look for a second quarter ration OPA to follow the government di-
of at least 60 percent of the 1941 rate, and a jump to 70 per- rective, made after the war's end, 150/0 TO

cent or 75 percent in the third quarter.-\Val1 Street to decontrol prices on any commodity SERVICE MEN

Journal In ample supply,
------ ;"Orderly reconversion of the We handle fine clothes for men and womenmanufactured -
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upright citizens (you can point: fresh vegetable Industry to a by Herbert's. They are tailored to measure and sure
Lethargy Noted In them out) stand between you and l peacetime basis is next to impossible to please. We specialize in Ladies' tailoring,
your family and complete disintegration so long a.s food pricing regu-

Community Spirit of orderly life and moral l lotions remain In effect", Graw AL BELCHER
decay. One who, by whatever said, as he outlined the appeal ,

means earns his livelihood in a which directly resulted from action -] BOX 876 AHOKEEj
(By Rev. T. A. Ferguson) community is by unwritten law taken a few days ago In a res-
"Now is the time for aU good expected to lend his best efforts I olution of the FVC. "The ,recon- j j
men to come to the aid of their I to its upbuilding and advancement: version problem of the vegetable
country." of its institutions. grower differs from that of the ___
How often have you seen this "Lives there a man with soul so manufacturer" he continued, "in
line sticking in an Idle typewriter? dead Who never to himself bath that the farmer has Increased his
Did you ever really study Its said This is my own my native production to meet the wartime cMiraYiiGOfCITY
meaning and apply it to yourself? land." needs of the nation. Now, he must

Were you ever really impressed Many, otherwise good citizens, adjust downward to the decreased
that this is a Government "of the because they make no profession demand. This means that the wide
people for the people, by the of religion abstain from Church spread 'between prices paid the
people" and Is constituted of a attendance: thus exerting an adverse producer and cost to the consumer -
multiplication of you, and in ratio influence against, undeni- must be reduced, along with STREETS
that each falls of his common duty ably, the most potent institution elimination of delays In marketing."C I
individually, all suffer collectively. we have for moral uplift and for 0 n sum e r s unquestionably S
Are you satisfied with your building the characters of our would be surprised to know that Ii\\ JJ 1
government, national or local? If children. How man y give a the vegetables for which they are E !
not, may not your indifference, thought, let alone assistance, to paying high prices, often net the
multiplied by hundreds of thous- our patient school teachers who farmer less than cost. pANt
ands, be the source of your dissatisfaction are Instructing and fashioning the I "Under OPA regulations, maximum "
? lives of our children. I markups are guaranteed to )
Bringing this line of reasoning Let us jettison a load of "self, the distributor the secondary I )
closer home; the community in first, last, and all time" and en- handler or jobber and the retailer.
which you live Is constituted of a courage a spirit of public Interest Paradoxically, these are both too
multiplication of you and its progress to the end that we may build a I. low and too high; to low, because
politics and morals suffer better, bigger, more prosperous I they do not allow for unanticipated .
In measure of your disinterest !community, and as night follows I II losses to the handlers, and too ,/
Contrary to Autocratic rule under I the day a God fearing communit ., high, because every handler tries k Lt
our way oC life every citizen is ex- I .... to protect himself by charging the ; -
pected to defend and uphold the full fee, even If this requires jug-
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best traditions of the country. by gling the produce around to\\11.
example as well as precept. No I wish to thank my friends for OPA, and not the distributors, t A* at
good citizen should expect to live their kindness and the flowers created this situation and it is
unto himself alone. sent me during my recent illness. I hard to condemn the distributor
Most of us give hardly a pass- I am very grateful for your for protecting his inter ts.
ing thought to the obvious fact thoughtfulness. "In effect, OPA pricing guaran- \
that a mere handful of unselfish, Irs. M. Miller tees that the consumer will pay \
the ceiling for fresh vegetables, PLAY SAFE! Fly your kite in any open
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u even when the producer is not get- field, away from traffic and away from

ting back his cost of production. trees, wires and buildings on which the

This has happened repeatedly. +' kite can become entangled. Do not have
Pricing officials have admitted
privately to me it is impossible to metallic lines attached to your Idle and
Prince TheatreP adjust the consumer ceiling, so < do not construct the kite of any metallic

that the consumer would get the substance. \
benefit oC reduced farm prices.
FLORIDA "We contend the blame for all Do not fly kites during thunder stormS

this rests on OPA. If It would or wheat such storms are in the vicinity.

WEEK OF MARCH 17th 1946 tallow its own de-control program, Avoid these dangers and you I'@duco
it would exempt every Florida accidents
fresh vegetable from price control

Sunday-Monday and permit the Industry to carry
out an orderly postwar merchan-

"ALONG CAME JONES" dising program which would result -
in better vegetables at lower
Gary Cooper, Loretta Young prices to the consumer. Until OPAreoognizes
that the full produc-
TuesdayWednesday"DIVORCE" tion to which it aspires has been
already attained by the winter
vegetable industry, Florida vegetables WN T ,
will continue to cost the !
Kay Francis, Bruce Cabot % %pPEN '
consumer several times as much
ALSO 83 the grower receives for them." ttttr..
While In WashIngton, Craw and tOWd t 1a
"T\YO O'CLOCI COUUAGE" of the vegetable irepresentatives I : u uas tpat.ad

Tom Conway, Ann Rutherford industry from other areas will use hislkltti $1tattat .
i testify hf\rt' House and Senate aPoa -

Th ursda '-Frida}' committees which are considering in float o1 t le tte .
renewal of OPA Itgislation. They i tlutk alb .y,
"The Phantom of 42nd., Street" will say that the present cumber- !at of soma d titddeat. / ,
some perishable food
regulations i OOH'11 K
Dave O'Brien, Kay Aldrich art keeping consumer prices at a : E
ALSO.ADrENTURES high level in spite of reduced income I CIEH KOES! rut
to the producer.
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Jeffers. D. Geiger and ;;
Tl\1 Donaldson, Conrad XageI I Robert Lampl attended the concert I
: pre.ented by the Okmhobee High
Saturday : School Band at Okechobee on
: Thursday night of last week. I
"UAIDEHS OF SUNSET P.\SS" ---- .- ._ :

Mr. and Yr!. Charles A. Baker
Eddie Dew
Smiley Burnette
returned to Pahob thl.te k :
atttr a visit of several wf't1uith I
relatives in Lyons. G& t

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Friday, March 15, 1946 The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Page Three

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satin gown covered with net and the devotional program which had I ALONG ODDS
Cinematic Chatter Coronation WinsCommendation carried a black Bible with a cor- as its theme "The Lenten Season 'I
By Malcolm MillarWe've sage of blue sweet peas. Frances :' PORT WASHINGTON, N. Y.-
Of Ruth Calhoun wore a blue dress .. Bob MerkJee caught a flat
and a head corsage of pink holly TEX MILLION FROM RACES diamond royal flush in a poker
seen Gary Copoer in a lot
hock. game the other night. The odds
of swell action pictures and some Large Audience Rev. HeUer recognized the fam- TALLAHASSEE Freespending against any straight flush have
equally swell comedies and we've ily groups that were in attendance bettors in record numbers I been calculated to be 64,913 to I;
always admired this rugged out- and Mrs. Heller then recognized poured more than $10.000,000 In.against a royal straight flush 649-
A large number of friends and the parents of the young people taxes into the Florida
door chap and his cleverness . treasury. 730, and against getting one in any
members of the Canal Point Mis-I who were in the court of honor. during the first two-thirds of the particular suit 2,593,920 to 1. Bob
So I do take pleasure in announc-I sionary Baptist Church attended Each mother was presented with a winter racing season. I.I won four cents!
ing him for the coming Sunday- the Coronation Service last Sun- corsage of sweet peas, and the
Monday screening at the Prince i day evening March 10. This event King and Queen's parents were -- ----- -- --- ----_ __ __ _______--J
Theatre. His leading lady is lovely -I proved to be one of the most beau- recognized with the mother of I KILGORE BRED.RITE SEED
Loretta Young equally clever tiful and impressive services ever each being presented with an or-
and plenty vivacious and they are held in the Church. Red and white chid while the audience voiced
to be Been in a best seller . color schemes were used throughout their "oh's" and &h's". Ada Till.
Along Came Jones:' the Church decorations. Rev- man sang "Challenge" and Rev.
On Tuesday-Wednesday comes erend and Mrs. Heller led the procession Heller brought an inspiring and Helping the Farmer Deliver
Bruce Cabot and Kay Francis in and were followed by Lois challenging message to the youth
"Divorce", and "Two O'clock Echola and Donald HeUer, Patsy to let Christ reign supremely in
Courage" with Tom Conway and Geiger and Bobbie Baker, Frances their Ifves. the Goods With
Ann Rutheford.On Ruth Calhoun and Raymond Jones Following the Coronation of the
the Thursday-Friday sched- (crown bearers), and finally Carl- King and Queen, Delona Jones
ule is listed 'The Phantom of 42- ton McCall as King and Delona spoke on Christian Girlhood and
nd, Street", with Dave O'Brine Jones as Queen. The retiring Carlton McCaU spoke on Christian '
and Kay Aldrich as its stars. This :Queen, Dorothy Chastain played Boybood. The climax of the service -I A x
one has to do with a very mys- I the Processional March. came when Ms. Heller pre- I Insecticide
terious murder which is solved I The Queen was beautiful in a sented the Queen with an ann I: :
after a lot of thrilling moments white marquisette dress. She carried bouquet of red carnations and rW
and "The Adventures of Rusty" a white Bible with a corsage Rev. Heller presented the King and 100
with Conrad Nagel and Ted Don- of red sweet peas. Patsy Ann Queen with a check to cover all
aldson. Geiger, the Queen's maid of honor their expenses for a week at Cc
For Saturday I see Eddie Dew wore white organdy and carried a !Ridgecrest North Carolina the -A'ND-
and Smiley Burnette in "Raiders of black Bible with a corsage of. Southern Baptist Summer Camp.
Sunset Pass". These boys always purple sweet peas. Lois Echols I I Mrs. Anderson Chastain was in -C
please and rm sure they Will be wore a blue satin gown covered I charge of the reception which fol-
well received by the members of with blue net and carried a black :lowed the service. She had converted -
the Six Shooters Club. I Bible with a corsage of pink sweet I, the entire back of the 1Q Fungicides :
See you at the movies-Mal. peas. Mrs. Heller wore a pink .Church into a great reception hall I
I .
and had decorated the rooms so as W
-- - -- -- -- to create a goodly atmosphere for

!n warm Christian fellowship. I
.. .

Bible Study Plan W

Is Considered

Do You Need?
. . Members of the Pahokee Methodist o
WSCS at the March meeting wa
held at the church Monday after-
noon completed plans for their an- Call Us
Q nual spring Bible study. Thisyear's tj
Individual cost almost negligible now study will consist of two

themes and it was decided to have
and when established it will be self tJ I the Simonson-Lair Circle present

"The Cross Over Africa" and the KILGORE SEED CO1
supporting and able to repay all D Gertrude Shirley Circle "T h C
Fatherhood of God." The circle
borrowed moneys. D making the best fresentation and
D having the best attendance at Pahokee Belle Glade
D these study sessions will receive

the proceeds of a silver tea spon- Phone 3201 Phone 106
sored by the losing circle Mrs.
Vote For The Beach Park R. J. Schroder and Mrs. Arch
Blakey were named on a committee -
DD to work out a point system for -KILGORE BRED.RITE SEED,
judging the study contest.
Mrs. H. J. Anderson supplies
chairman reported that eight bar-
(This Ad Paid for by Local Supporters Beach Park) E rIiiryo4iiUv
rels of clothing, valued at $696.25. <
had been collected and shipped to
Holland for the relief of the Dutch
people. The group voted a contri-
- - -
utfon to the Scarritt Endowment
t tH.4LSEY Fund. Mrs. Ralph Stanley local
WSCS president, was named dele-
gate to the annual WSCS State
Conference in Tallahassee. April
2-5. Irs. O. D. Carpenter was
West Palm Beach named alternate delegate. I

I Rev. T. A. Ferguson presented

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Page Four The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida day, March 15 1946
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I Pahokce entertained at the piano.I P.\1I0REE I'.GH SCHOOL
97 S. S. workers At'Clewiston Several guests were spontaeously HONOR ROLL [ [ji !ZiI fn}
[ Q
called upon to make their contribution .
Banquet to the program and everything A in all subjects [ BEACH PARR PROJECT
worked out to a great and: 12th Grade: Barbara Brown [
wonderful evening, i:Betty Un\\in, Lynn Walker Nina

Last Friday night the Baptist ----. .- Ruth Barwick. [( VOTE NEXT TUESDAY IF YOU
Sunday School workers of the IEX'S BIBLE CUSS 11th Grade: Connie Marshg_
Churches around the Lake enjoyed'I II 9th Grade: Imogene Spivey. :[ ARE A PROPERTY OWNER
Seventy eight were in attendance I
successful banquet '
a tremendously + 8th Grade: Payne Jackson, Sa- '
last Sunday, The Pahokee.Men's
In the beautiful Inn at Clewiston. rah Dart. :
Bible Class. The current I
Ninety even were in attendance, lessons on "The Children of Israel" 7th Grade: Janette Mathis, I For your convenience forms rill be I Iprovided
including several guests from bj' the teacher, Rev. C. A. Moberg, John Waring, Porte Johnson.
for to fill out if pa
Jacksonville and Delray Beach. are meeting with much favor. This I A or B in all subjects I you you are
The program moved along inform Sun day "Jerusalem Out of 1 12th Grade: Betty Wetherington, d a property o\vner. 1
ally and every circumstance fav- Bounds" will be considered. The!Mary Mullis. I
ored a real season of enriching Class Quartet will present its usual 11th Grade: Mary Ruth Wilson,
Christian fellowship. Appearing splendid program. A most Vivian Combs, Lois Morgan, Harry N!I,I You may be registered properly but p
on the program were Rev, and cordial invitation is extended to Fremd, Bill Elam, Betty Sears, \\1 the books may not show you as a freep
Mrs. Dawson of Clewiston who aU unaffiliated men of the com Ona Humphries, O\'alee Bennett, I
1 holder
favored the group with Electric munity, service men in and out Martha Bagwell, Rodney Connell. as you may have purchased iJ
Guitar and Accordian numbers. of uniform and visitors to attend, 10th Grade: Margaret Powell. property since you registered. Be iJ
Rev Tom Collins, state asaociatlonal Lions Building at 9:45, II 9th Grade: Yvonne Fraser
.. sure to participate in this all
worker from Jacksonville,j 8th Grade: Billy Ray Moslej', important -
spoke many challenging and in- I Mrs. No F. Carter and son and I Steve Kirk, David Ramey, Betty election next Tuesday.
formative remarks to the group. Miss Theo Pool of Cordele, Ga., ar- 'IJo Barnick, Betty Jean Hicks,
:Mrs. Williams of Belle Glade rend- rived here on Thursday of this Elizabeth Pope
ered two solo numbers. A group week for a visit with their brother! 7th Grade: Patsy Maxson, Anna a (This Ad Paid for by Local Supporters Beach Park) a
from Cle\\iston sang several fine and sister-in.law, Mr and Mrs. G.M. Lee Hurt, Willard McCurdy, Carol r moaor.
quartet numbers Rev :Moberg of Pool Snyder
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w oIn vent 01 Jmportance

to the People 01910riJa






*- ;.:- treat new Benefits in'ations along other Greyhound routes lealJ.

public highway trans- lug to more than 6,500 cities and tOWD3pgrtatioll

1- will Le brought to Lw line pa- all over Amer ca. Special express runs will

Irons in Florida a3 a result or tIle recently. provide new high standards or highway:

announced affiliation of Florida Motor lines travel to distant points. And Greyhound na

with the nationwide system of Greyhound tional advertising will give increased attenIanes. .

lion to the countless travel attractions or

Under the Greyhound banner, the Flor Florida, serving to send increased volumes ,

ida lines will remain :1 Florida corporation or tour and travel business to tllis state.

Operations will be directed and manned by Florida Motor Lines' tradition or excel.

the same executives and personnel who have Jence in bus service will lie maintained and

built the company to its present position of intensified as officials and employees ofimportance.

Results of" all greyhound adFlorida Greyhound Lin&3 continue at their

vancC in highway transportation, however, work or bringing Florida die finest highway

will )henceforth lie tJe\'oteI( to the improve. transportation it has ever known.

went of service to Florida travelers

: Newl-designelJ, more luxurious highway
coaches developed for t"reyliound will be

I available for use in Fiorida. Varied inno\'a. -

lions in passenger service, lepot facilities,
food seMce lOa bus scheduling; will Le FLO n IDA

adapted to Florida operations. as they are
(developed for tile widespread Greyhound GREYIIOUNDsystem.

Schedules along Florida Greyhoundroutes

will lie closely dovetailed into opere '


. General Offices Day and Hogan Street Jacksonrille, Florida

March 15, 1946 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Page Five

..PAIIOKE-B.A1TIST CHURCH I.r Holland Stats Friend NasonMrs. I,, r ,
The Sunday School objective of I I

250 in attendance, Pahokee Baptist i Senate Campaign Willola Nason and Frank i i ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO i I
Church, was realized last Sunday, I I
thanks to the efforts of all inte- !11 Spes.sard L. Holland, candidate Friend were married Wednesday : We wish to thank our many friends in the Glades for the I i
night at the Methodist
rested and cooperation of the mem- I for United States Senator and parsonage I business which they have given us in the past and for their I
in Pahokee ,'.
by Re T. A. Fergu-i
bers and friends. This Sunday I Florida wartime governor, will understanding and helpful attitude toward us during the I
morning at the eleven o'clock hour, ;launch a speaking tour of the son, pastor of the :Methodist years while we were mainly engaged in the preparation and '
church. Irs. Nason is from Delta. maintenance of Airfields for the and
Army Navy.
I 8:00 in Bar-
the pastor. Rev. C. A. Moberg, State at p. m. today
will continue his series of serm- I tow, his home tovn. 1iss., and hag been an instructor Once again we are able to resume peacetime operations and 1 1I
ons on "The Sermon on the : The first candidate in the race in Pahokee schools this term. Mr. I offer you the same efficient and courteous service which it I
Mount." A special program of I to make known intentions of seeking Friend is one of the pioneers in has been our endeavor to render in the past. The service we I i
Pahokee and of its most sub- offer is from to finished
music will be presented. Ninety I the senatorship, Holland formally one complete landscape designing a I
announced for the office last: stantial and successful farmers. planting job. Our Nurseries are stocked with a wealth of !
three in attendance last I
were lovely trees, shrubs, vines, etc. I
potted plants awaiting your i
October 31, after Senator Charles
Sunday, Training Union, just seven selection. j
short of the goal. There will be 'I 0. Andrews announced he would NOTICE TO R.\DIO DEALERS "
no preaching service this Sunday. retire. City Council, City of Pahokee We invite you to stop in and visit us at any time and will
His announcement followed appreciate your continued business j
re- will receive bids to eight o'clockp.
All are urged to attend the closing up
service of the revival at the Naz- peated urgings by newspapers and m., April 9, 1946, for one 50 E. TINSLEY HALTER, President. I
arene Church. Almost capacity individuals that he become a can- watt shortwave radio station com- NURSERIES: 1100 Southern Boulevard (Route No. 25 at I

congregations are attending on didate for the high post. Since plete, and two 30 watt car radios, City Limits), West Palm Beach, Florida I
Wednesday nights for the recently entering the race, he has visited complete. All bids will be filed 1 ,

introduced "Illuminated C r 0 S S more than 50 counties of the received State with the City. Clerk at the City I _________ ___ __ __ _I I
Prayer, Praise and Visual Educa- and has been warmly Hall in the City of Pahokee, Flor-
tion" program. Announcement is everywhere. ida. City of Pahokee reserves the
made of the purchase of the Mat- Holland's itinerary for the first right to reject any and all bids.
ten days of the tour will take him
hushek grand piano. The pastor CITY OF PAHOKEEBy PIANOS JEWELRY MUSIC
on a swing through Central, North
will present a "hymn interpretation" W. P. Walker, City
and West Florida, as far west as Clerk
each Sunday morning.
........ Apalachicola-and..Wewahitchka.. Pub. Mar. 15. 22, 29, Apr. 5, 1946. J. V. R ASH LEY

Wilton Giddens, one of our The Seniors of Pahokee High -- JEWELER Belle Glade, Fla.
senior boys is ill but is much bet- are presenting a program on The Classified Ads
ter, and we all hope that he will World Day of Prayer, Friday,
be back with us soon. March 8. The entire Senior Class
.. ... will participate. This will be a. day WANTED: A male or female
observed aU over the Or, a girl for a
Florida feed men are now buying -,. of prayer bookkeeper. .
Argentine milled wheat pro- world. Everyone is cordially in- Eecretary. Geiger Lumber Co. 1
ducts while American wheat is vited to attend at 2 o'clock at the i Pahokee. St. 3146ch. III 111

being given to Europe. high school auditorium. I'FOR SALE House .with three
: Canal Machine Works
I Point
--- -- .-- --- ----- -------. - - I apartments. Rented for $75 per i
month. Fairly close in. A good
buy at $5500. See Dan Carpenter, Manufacturers Of


a IL'E YOU taken a look at the HYDRAULIC MOLE DRAINS

. label on your paper lately It WEED CHOPPERS
shows tHe day your subscription

Pahokee Canal Point Influence expires. I r

o FOR SALE: 1943 Twenty-foot I \Ve Are Agents For i 1
Glider trailer, electric brakes I
In Palm Beach County bottled gas ,sleeps 4, wed 3 1 I
months $1500, M. F. Fountain, Pa- AND HERCULES DIESEL MOTORS
bokee, Fla. I


Is judged by the size of its vote at the p and tire has that been has recapped.seen a bit Then of wear I : I

0 have two six-ply 60Ox16 tires I I CANAL POINT PHONE 531- P. O. BOX 466
polls. Help roll up a large vote for a just took off my Chevrolet. They i -

are just right for recapping. If :
you have a large bill that isn't I
working you can get all three by I! \VE MANUFACTURE EVERYTHING TIIATS
COUNTY BEACH PARK making your wants known. Paul I MADE OUT OF IRON FOR USE IN
Canal Point, Fla. Phone i i2G61
Pahokee. I I

FOR RENT: For three congenial -----
I gentlemen, nice newly furnished =
I 3 bedrooms, living I II IN
(This Ad Paid for hy Local Supporters Beach Park) a apartment I I
N I room bath and luggage room,

Ill private entrance to :second floor. : I SPRING IS APPROACHING AND THAT i I
Walking distance from P. O. Mail i
P. O. Box 753 for appointment. Hc : 'I MEANS HOUSEPainting

FOR :SALE: 50 acres of muck
land. Section 23, township 41, i andvecorating
If Yon Have Cattle To Sell range 31. Track 40 to 4t indusI I I i :
ive. wt 103 to 112. Must be sold ; j I j
at once. Call Belle Mumford at I
or Need Slaughter House Facilities Pahokee Trailer Park. 2tch. I S I

ContactRANGELINE : LOST: Between Post Office and
: my residence, brass valve for

: pump cylinder. Finder please notify For many years past we have been handling tha i

FARMS : Grady Boynton and receive re- fine line of i
: ward. 2tp.

Star Route 106 West Palm Beach FOR S.\LE: 1937 one and one- Glidden Paints And Varnishes ;

I half ton stake body truck. See and those who have used them for both exterior
C. A. Brown or Phone 525 or write !
and interior purposes have found them most sat- !
Box 602, Pahokee ltpd.
-- -- -
isfactory. A home fixed up with GLIDDEN I
--- ----
FOR RENT: One small two-room PRODUCTS can sure be fitted up nifty and attracth'e I

I I apartment, one large four-room I I
apartment. North of Canal Point
i No children. Phone 3384. Up. : I

Ilolllogellized --. ----- -.
More Cooking Ware !
FOR SALE: One six unit apartment -
and five room home. A

Vitaillill D %Iilk0.0 good invt'stment. Price $12,500. A long looked for shipment of aluminum and
I See Dan Carpenter, Pahokee. i porcelain cooking utensils have now been received
Sl M 15ch. and from this supply you may find the articles

IU\Lt: i\r}-- --- you have long de ired. ;
OPPORTUNITIES Among other new stock arriving will be Picking
: AVAILABLE AT YOUR "I have exclusive listings on :' Baskets, G. E. Light Bulbs, all sizes, Twent-Gal-
i'I I valuable residential and businessproperties Ion Galvanized Buckets, Lanterns, Waste Paper !
i GROCERY STORE allover the "ClaMs" Including I Baskets, Toilet and Kitchen Brushes.
j j'e
Belle Glade, Pahoket", and i iI
i : -0.0LFA- I the Town of South Bay! Farm I II \\ are displaying and will take future delivery
I lands are included in these listins! i ii orders for the famed line of Kehinator Ranges I
i and right,: now is the best time to and Refrigerators and Pemco Hot Water heaters ;
i get your land for next season by I I
II. : purchase or rental. I also have an '
exclusive listing ort established and
thriti7ng business including two
I 'story building 75x60 feet plus BETZNER'ShE
'stock. furnishings: fixtures and I
good will aU for $28.000.00. For IL\HlnrARE STOnE 1

Phone 20 Belle Glade, Fla I'details on any of tile above see or MAIN STREET BELLE GLADE, FLA. r
: phone: Archie Ilarris Registered
I I Real Estate Broker Belle Glade.i I'Friday
-- i'north n5 2t th. j i\\!

I ._

i Page Six The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida Friday, March 15, 19-15

visitors attending this program, the subject of d cussion.

Life On The and joining in the responsive readings The negative, represented by
felt inspired by this fine pro- Harry Fremd, Margaret Powell
1III 1 and Bill Elam put forth arguments
gram. \
I which outweighed those of the affirmative Why

I which had Harlan Sears,
The Seniors of Pahokee High II I The eighth grade welcomes two Nina Ruth Barwick and Joy Pad-

presented The World Day of PraY-I I new members this week, Mary gett as its representatives. Al-

er program Friday, March 8. The Alice Thompson of South Bay, and though its points against our Good

stage setting Included white candelabra Mark S. Worth of New York. Neighbor Policy brought the neg.itive -
and asters. Basil Todd of the decision in this favor, the

the Senior Speech Choir was the affirmative also came in for its
leader of the Prayer Service. The Miss Barbara Ann 1IcNamara share ot glory when the judges

other individual speakers were: had two visitors this week, Miss chose Joy Padgett as the contestant .

Marian Jones Nina Ruth Barwick, Anna C. McCarthy of Brookline, with the best delivery.

Edna Cowart, Betty Jean Weth- Mass.. and Miss Kathryn Y. Barry The chairman for the afternoon

erington, Wilton Giddens, Lynn of Belmont, Hass. was Ray Hatton. Mr. D. D. Caudill.Yr. .

Walker, Gene Herring, Ray Hawk, Ned Kocher, and Mr. Robert
and Milton Carpenter. Seven Ministers Thursday afternoon for the sixth O. Lampi were the judges. Dickie

joined the seniors in this period assembly, the Pan.Ameri- Johnson acted as the time keeper.
program were: Rev. Moberg, R v. ican club sponsored a debate on a Beet
Heller, Rev. Hatfield, Rev. Moore, I subject of great interest to most of The chemistry class ot Pahokee ,

Rev. Gresham, Rev. Strack, and i us. Resolved: That the United High School gave a very interesting -
of States Is to the and successful demonstration
Rev. Mason. An offering a good neighbor
$51.26 was coUetted. The many 'other Pan.American republics was of some of the experiments which
I they had previously performed in
!!I the chemistry laboratory. Some of
J the most spectacqlar were: The reaction
of hydrogen sulphide with
J various compounds. Hydrogen sulphide .

i J is a colorless gas whose S a a An Important Notice To JAX Beer

i J characteristic odor smells of rotten -
Dealers and Customers
eggs. When the gas is passed
into the compounds it precipitates

VOTE NEXT TUESDAY J solids of different colors depending -
. .
] upon the compound. The reaction -
Because millions of Europeans are starving,
of chlorine with ammonia
gas. Here the chemical combina has taken to conserve
I l your government steps ,
tion takes place to form a differ-

i;] ent compound, ammonium chloride, grain to feed the war victims this. srin: and

Preserve a permanent Beach and I J which was seen in the form of a summer.
white cloud. Ionization: This experiment -

Recreation Cente- for Palm Beach ] lain substances shows the in water ability solution of cer- Among other steps, the Government has

C l to carry electricity. Some of the imposed a cut of 30% on beer production
substances which were used were
County Vote for a 200 acre park with j vinegar, baking soda salt and for the three months beginning March 1 1. And

) lemon juice. _ this is in addition to a 12% cut ordered

two miles of waterfront. 1 II Gertrude Williams during the same period last year . the

I On Hospital Board period on which our current production is
I Governor Caldwell announced based. So the actual cut is far more than

appointment Tuesday of Mrs. Certrude ,
I 30%.
(This Ad Paid for by Local Supporters Beach Park) Williams of Pahokee as a

Itr I member ot the Western Palm This means a drastic reduction in the
1 Beach County Hospital Board to

succeed Sam Chastain who ree amount of JAX Beer we can produce for our

Gently resigned when he was
named n member of the Ever- dealers and customers. It means that JAX,

glades Drainage District board. the Drink of Friendship, will be hard to get
There's Still A The hospital board operates the

Everglades Memorial hospital in at times.

We have already been forced to adjust
LEGAL NOTICE our quotas to our dealers to conform to the

.. new ruling We are doing our best to maintain -
Before there will be telephones for NOTICE or DISSOLUTION OPPARTNERSHIP

fair distribution to all dealers and to
all who want them Notice Is hereby given that the partnershIp -
of Edwin R. Butler, New York
N. Y.. Frank L. Anderson Belle Glade see, so far as it is humanly possible that JAX
Pla. and Forrest Norton South Bay,
There i8 8till a tremendous construction Fla, formerly doing busIness as South
is available to most of the time.
Pay Growers and DiStributors at South you
Job ahead of us Lerore "e ran furnish telephones Bay Florida whIch had been registered
under the provisIons ot Chapter 20953. We know that this government.ordered cut
10 all "lto ,ant thrm. New 8".itdl- Laws ot Flor1cfa. Acts ot 1941 1n the
Court House at Palm Beach County I
board must be first manufactured anti then P' lor Ida. was Dissolved effective in our production will inconvenience our dealers -
June 14. 19-15. Under our agreement
installed in a great many cities and ton. At for the dissolution ot said partnership
Edlin R. Butler received all Assets and our customers. But the cause is a
other Ilacelllmiltlil1g11 mut lie rOl11trurtftl! or and assumed aU l1abUlties. This 18 of.
tidal notice ot that agrt'pmenl good one. The small inconvenience will
enlarged pro\itle housing facilities for this All interested parties will take notice you

new central office equipment before it ran ot Signed this published at South notice.Bay Palm Beach suffer is nothing as compared with the great
County Florida February 16. 1946:
be in8talletl. Frank Forrt'St L.Norton Anderson good that will come from providing more

We are well along pith our PUt): ffb 22. March I, 8, _151946.IN .
grain for Europe's ictims.
-- -- starving war
three hundred million dollar expansion TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF TilE

program to pros ide COUNTY UTII. JUDICIAL IS AND FOR CIRCUIT PALM OF BEACH FLORIU.t Just remember this we're going to give

more and better 8rr\ire for the LUCILLE CIISrr.R IIAUSHAULTER so. ZIIU: you all the JAX Beer we can. Remember, too,

South 1I00H'H'r, in some of the Plalnt1tt. :
-\1- : that although JAX will be somewhat scarce
snore congested fOl1ll1lunitittl DANIEL H.USH."ULTER, :

considerably more time will NOTICE Deft'ndant.TO APPEAR: for awhile, you can't get better beer at any

be rrquirt'tl to catch up on TO DANIEL IUUSIUtLTER STREET DEi 620 CAT S. E McDONOUGH R-, price . so always ask for JAX on the chance

heM orders for senire. I GEORGIA You are:hereby required to appear in that your dealer will have it. We hope it won'tbe
But "e ran say that "c I the above Court on the 8th day of
April. A. D. 1946. at the court oUIn
\ are on our way to furn West Palm Bt'aeh. Palm Beach County long before we can give you all the JAX
e Florda to arunr to the Bill ot Com-
"It i bh service to those plant for Divorce fUNS against you In Beer you want
the above entitled cause and EVERGLADES
ihoant it. 4r NEWS a newspaper regularly
published In Palm Beach County Flor-
I Ida.. I. hereby designated a the nen.
paper 1n which this Order shall be published -
once each 4eek for tour conseeutive ..... Jlfq JAX! .
DONE xeekly AND ifues ORDERED at weft Palm .--J-- lwarrlry
Bf'aeh. Pam Beach County, Florida, ;:Nl Itlflf It" (
this 4th day ot MArch \. D. 1946. I .,_' It 'lliet!
J ALEX ARNt'M' Clerk of' ......
CIrcuIt Court Palm Beach'

(C1.'t'U Court COunty.Seal)Florida JAX BREWIWO COMPANY t
r \ By ThAddle P Plant, I
Deputy Clerk.Th&Jd .
unhidden 4 I Jacksonville Fla.
Attorney for PiaintffPahekee. t ,
Pub March >!. 15 and 29, 1946. ,
1 19__ _
PUBLIC NOTICE Is hereby given that
the undersigned intends to register
with the Out of the Circuit coon in
I and for Palm Beach County, Florida
t i pursuant to Section 8Q W Florida
: Statutes. cf 1441. the fictitious c&e. Connell
iI : tou.I Shelley

J SoutHEl l BELLTaIPHONE AND TELEGRAPH CONPJMYINtololArl I un f'fh1ch Qt\LlTY ft an CLEANERS engaged In businesim
t hhok,.. hm Beach Count,. Floe-
Signed: C. A. BolstiJWWie
Belle ltobt&4
Pub: Mr. 1,1. U. 22. IH4 _

Friday, March 15, 1946 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida rage Senn
stationed in Germany and France.Mr. ,i I -
HOME and 1trs. Unwin had completed f

a new home in Pahokee a short I' BERRY FUNERAL HOME
From The I Ii
while before the war and this week

WARMajor I II I they are moving back into it. Mr. 1
Ambulance Service
I and Mrs. Will Brandon occupied The tired old bird pictured above i I ,

: G. W. Byrd, Jr., received t the Un\\in home curing the war :had to call time out for a rest following : I''

his discharge from the Army at 'and are moving to the Lodge at I eight deliveries announced : Pahokee Ph 2301 Belle Glade Ph. 247QUALITYCLEANERS i! I

Camp Blanding on Feb. 24 after Port Mayaca. at the Everglades Memorial Hos- I, I. I
pital last week. However, before I
four years and seven months in ....
leaving on his vacation he man-
the service. While in the service
aged to wing inith another
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he was artillery instructor at Fort Lottie Moon Circle
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blessed event on Thursday Mar "
Sill, assisted in the formation of
Met On Monday 7, this time a baby girl, Charlotte i I t I
armored units and
artillery was
Mae Hunt, daughter of Mr. and '.
overseas in the Italian theatre for ; :H
lr9. Ray R. Hunt of Belle Glade. I I
a few month9. He, his we and Mrs Albert Snyder presented
their daughter, Claudia, who have a royal service program, "Home a. I!I
; Billie Iolstad Owner) i I
been visiting his parents, Mr and Missions BuiIsling in the New ( ,
Mrs G. W, Byrd, Sr, in Pahokee World," at a eeting of the Lot- Canal Point PTA In ;
since his release from the army, tie Moon Circle, First Baptist I Regular Meeting : ill
spent several days this week with WMu, at the church Monday I I
.relatives in Venice, Fla. afternoon. Others taking part Aj
I Mrs. J. T. Platt, vice i
were Mrs. M. 1. Mullis, Miss Eliz- president CASH AND CARRY !
of the Canal Point Parent-Teacher j
Staff Sergeant Marvin Unwin is abeth Caraway and Mrs. J.
back in Pahokee and in civilian I Mock, Mrs Stella Mullis, Mrs. E. Association presided at the March : I II
life after spending three years and E. Coleman and Mrs. W. A. Stev- PTA meeting a week ago Wednesday \Ve specialize in slip covers upholstery -
in the absence of the president I ,
in I
seven months in the service ot ens. Mrs. Horace Un\\in was
Mrs. F. M. Wilson. and Alterations
Uncle Sam, one year of which he charge of the devotionals.It I! drapes an- i
in He discharged announced that the I Resignation of Mrs. Ray Single- i
spent Europe. Wag was other specialty of
chairman of the Brownies
at Blanding on February group's week of prayer for home tary as i
committee, was accepted. Mrs.
26. Marvin was a chief clerk and missions program was completed :
I investigator ot counter intelligence in two sessions at the church last Harold Rosenberg gave a report 'H: PROMPT SERVICE !
PTA Council meet-
y in the U. S. Army Air Forces in week with Miss Caraway in charge on the County
Europe and while there he was and 16 members taking part. ing, which she attended in West I
Palm Beach. The monthly attend-
_I ance award was won by Mrs Clara ; (Located in Pahokee in Old Bivans

Maurer's fifth grade. I Lumber Yard Office)
Mrs. Otto Coleman presented .
I 1
two sound motion pictures, on I, -
Thermic American Red Cross work. Mrs.
Jugs _____ _
Delmar Hooks and Mrs. C L. Stewart -- - ---- ----J

were hostesses.

'Ve have just received a shipment of i I ....

two gallon Thermic Jugs with faucet. : Canal'Point Has A Servant of the Glades

priced at $6.60 I World Day Of Prayer

World Day of Prayer was observed To Miami
'Ve have a good assortment of Voltage at Canal Point Friday 4 Buses
morning at a special service in To "'est Palm Beach
Regulators at prices.
economy the school auditorium with Mrs.
Daily To Ft Myers & Lakeland
Clara Maurer In charge of ar- .

Wizard 10,000 mile Spark Plugs at rangements.A talk on. 'The Significance ot '

33c each for all popular cars. Word Day of Prayer" was given Glades fotor Lines Inc
by Rev. J. R. Heller and prayer ,
was led by Rev Oliver Hatfield.
- Children of the fourth and fifth SERVING THE GLADES"

grades sang hymns and presented
a tableau depicting "World in
Western Auto Associate Store
Pr yer." At the conclusion otI

I the service all ,children of the
I. M. LAIR, Owner AIIDREE, FLA I school joined in the singing of

\ I 'Onward Christian Soldiers" as
they returned to their class rooms. .


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TED: 'Clem and I were wonderin' what psychiatrists and medical men at one 0& sir ii
you thought of that new movie about the great universities, the alcoholic 13 a sick I :.
chronic alcoholic Judge. Understand yousaw person.The study of hundreds of caStS shows :
it before we did" he is suffering from some physical, social or ; All racing understate racingcommission I
emotional condition..just 3S 11 the case i
OLD JUDGE: "Well...it's true most of I II
us never see 3 case as extreme ag that in of that poor chap in the picture.Fortunately, supervisiona : :
real life because they are so few and far they represent only a very small percentage .. I
between. But it does point out one thing... of those who drink" wwPALM I i ii

thronic alcoholics are abnormal people and TED: "Is anything being done to really i :
we'n got to change our ides about bow help these folks, Judge?"

to help them." OLD JUDGE: "Is . a great deal in BEACH i iI
CLE.U: "In what ny, Judge?" clinics throughout the counlr}.. And with

OLD JUDGE: .Wet\.t got to realize that the cooperation of the beverage distillers I : KENNEL CLUB i
excessive drinkers are rJtIering from more who sincerely want their product used only ,
that a craving for alcohol According to in moderation." Opposite Morri+on Field : I

: On 84 h ttltre hoed :, ;ii
i \\" t 1'a1m B ru.rh II
Dat+. l Jrtrir,.l'ft. 1 I
TW .I.m'--t.p..wM 1 1 Gtihe.n./AbLtit I I ._ : j
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Page Eight The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday, March 15, 1\H6
Mr and Mrs. Don B. Ritts of 10.000 BEAUTICL.NSLN Miss S. A. Weathers has re- ed for severe bums received

- .......I"" Altoona, Pa., were guests of Mrs SUNSHINE STATE turned to her home in Pahokee when a coffee maker turned over
Margaret Wilkinson here Sunday
after spending several days in at Davis Cafe where she is employed -
Mrs. Charts Mc@uaig and son There are more than 10,000\
'I have returned from a visit with beauticians working in Florida to the hoopita! where she was treat- .

relatives in Orlando. give the ladies those tricky hair-

(Mrs. G. B. Barney, Phone 2082) Mrs. Y. A. Harris returned to dos and facials, the state board - -- -- -- -- - -- --- -- ----- ---- - ---

Sebastain Friday after a visit with of beauty culture estimates. Of 01
E Foster Lassiter of Laurel Hill her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. this number 7,239 are licensed operators l/IANINIII/i/I/I/I/i/1 1 / / 1D

bas arrived in Pahokee to accept a and Mrs. H. L. Speer, in Pahokee. while the remainder are

position at the Thus Hometown Mrs. Renfro, who has been the working on temporary permit

Bakery Before his recent discharge guest of her sister, Mrs. W. A. prior to taking examinations.IN D

from the Navy Mr. Iaa ist- Howell, here this season has returned I CASH..NOW D

er was in the service three years to her home in Alabama.I. .
and served overseas 30 months. He THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE D
is the brother of Kenyon wsister were business visitors in Orlando AND FOR PALM BEACH COUNTY, D p
of Pahoket. FLORIDA.
Wednesday. In Chancery No. 21493 ;
-- - Mr and Mrs. A. C. IJbhart and
USE daughter, Sunny, and Mr Libhart's vs
sister, Mrs. Pauline Mayers, were ALICE C. WOODS
666 Ddendant.
. visitors in Lake Wales Sunday. NOTICE TO APPEAR Models Any Make D
Pahokee High School Juniors It ts hereby ordered that you. D D
Alice C. Woods whose residence as
Cold Preparations i will be hosts at the annual Junior- particularly as 15 known to the Plain- D D

Liquid, Tablets, Salve, NOllIe Drop l Senior banquet scheduled to be tiff Gunther ts: c-o Avenue Minnie Bronx Cunningham New York 4015 you D D

Caution Use Only As Directed held this Friday night, Mar. 15. being the Defendant In this cause. are D for Economical Transportation D I
Entertainment at the banquet this I required to appear In person or by
;attorney on the 15th day of April D
-- - -- year features a dinner dance. A. D. 1946 to the Bin of Complaint flied CHEVROLET
Mrs. C. H. Tillis has returned against you In this cause In the Cir- D D
:cult Court ot the FIfteenth Judicial
from a visit with her son and 'Circuit In and for Palm Beach County, D D
WALLY'SUPHOLSTERY daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Florida wherein Patrick F. Woods ts
the Plaintiff and the relief sought be- 'D
Virgil Tillis, in West Palm Beach. i i11r. ling a decree of divorce otherwise the PHONE 2371 1'\IIOKEE, FLORIDA I I ID
and Mrs. Bruce Bush and aUt'gations of said Bill of Complaint D
will be taken as confessed by you. It
SHOPCANAL ; Mrs. Jessie Potter of Candler, N. 1 ts hereby further ordered that this D D
C. are visiting with Mrs. Potter'sbrother I notice be published for tour consecutive D I
weeks In the Everglades News a
G W. Sharon in Pahokee
newspaper of general circulation pub11shfd -
for a few days. In the County wherein this: Christian Chevrolet .
POINT, FLA. Court is locatpd.
Rev. and Mrs. Charles Jackson Witness my hand and seal of the
of Tennille Ga., are spending Circuit Court In and for Palm Beach D D
County Florida this 12th day of
Auto Seats A Specialty the week as guests of Mrs. T. 11"I March A. D. 1946. at' West Palm Beach D D
I I Chastain in Canal Point. Rev. Florida. \'JIOXD CIIRISTI.\X', Owner

Coupes $15 Up I Jackson is a retired presiding elder As J. ALFoX Circuit ARNETTE Court Clerk 21 Hour Wrecker 8m I ice OlllriaJ AAA Representative
and an uncle of Mrs. Chastain. (Circuit Court Seal' ) D p

Sedans $27.50 Up Lawton Sims, Joe Parker Earl As By Deputy Thaddle Clerk P. Plant D

Maxson and Buddy Sims spent F. A. CUrrit. Plaintiff's Attorney
I Sunday In 81. Petersburg where I II Pub: Mar 15. 22,29.&Apr. 5. A. D. 19-i6 PZJ

they attended a big league baseball '
I game. I'
OLD BUILDING Corp. John Padgett is home for

.AWVWWWWWvWvrirecsrwAyro t a furlough of 10. days. Corp. Pad-

._ gett will spend two weeks of this
---- -- - -- You aren't
time at Miami Beach where Uncle getting machinery, Mr. Farmer, because...
Sam will attend to his expenses.

Miami Beach will be quite unlike
the prison camp in Japan where

Corp. Padgett was detained for

many, many months.IN PICKET LINES

FLORIDA. have taken the place of
BUILO.-i HOUSE ON IT. In Chancery. 2119:


It ts hereby ordered that you
Kenneth W. Hall whose residence as
particularly as II known to the Plain-
tiff ts 2559 E 27th Street Sheepbhead
a& Bay Brooklyn New York, you being
the Defendant in this cause are
required to appear In person or by attorney -
don't blame Dealer
on the 15th day of April S . so your Implement !
A. D. 1946 to the Bill of Complaint filed
against you In this cause In the Circuit e ..rYOUR
Court of the Fiftttnth Judicial
Circuit In and for Palm Beach County
I Florida wherein Lois B. Hall ts implement dealer had planned earnings in the ten plants, not including
the Plaintiff and the relief sought -
a decree of divorce otherwise the expected to have his display overtime, were $1.15. If present wage pro-
I allegations of said Bill or complaint floor filled with new implements and tractors posals are adopted, this figure will become
sill bto taken as confessed by roue It
And the best way for 4 Its hereby further ordered that this weeks ago. And we had planned to make $1.331! per bour.
I notice bf published In the Everglades them-had told dealers and farmerVhen the strike
circulation our our began, negotiations were
maintaining that "content- News. a newspaper of general -
published In the County wherein customers they would have new equipment broken off by the Union on the issue of com-

ment" is to insure IT and :i this Court wt'eu.ts located for four consecutive and p.nty of service parts for the 1946 spring puIsory union membership. The Company

t 1 Witness my hand and seal of the pork. And we had hoped to sell these mahas no desire to weaken the Union It rccog-

everything that's IN it. I County Circuit Ccurt Florida In and this for 12th Palm day Beach of chines at no advance in price. nizes certain reasonable needs of the Union

I March .... D. 1946. at West Palm fpach.I But the Company docs oppose compulsory
Real Production Had Started
Florida. J. ALEX ARNETIt.As unionism. It ft.h strongly that an em-
O. R. BLEECH I Circuit Court Clerk When the war ended, our organization bent ploye's membership should be a matter of
(Circuit Court Seal' ) effort increase with the
to production,
IXSUR.\SCPi I By Thaddit P. Plant every his own choice.
PAHOKEIiWwwwmvwww : As Deputy ClerkF result that in the last months of 1945 machinery -
A. CUrrlt' Plaintiffs Attorney was being built in substantial Material Colts and Price Relief
Pub' Mar 15. 22.29.&Apr. S. A D. 1936oa
4 quantities. Here are a few figures:
---- Wages and materials are the great costs of'RODUCTION
operating our business-together they eon
ao aaaao a ItEM Nov 1945 DEe. 1945 sume all but a few cents of every dollar the

aD Tractors..............7,271 7,432 Company takes in. Wages are obviously

Combines......... ...2,345 2,526 going to be high-and nobody knows just

.... ...... 3,308 how high material costs will go.

YOUR LAST CHANCE . . Hay loaders........ 209 982 In the face of rising costs of materiaL-1, the

.PloWI .. .. ...... to to .6,185. 6,702. Company docs not see how It can I>ay the
wage increase recommended by a Governwhich -
'Plows o n made in our Canton end Chattanooga Waru,
DD ment fact finding board until it has definite
or.not 0/1 strlk.January production was 7147 ploWi.
and satisfactory assurance from the Govtrn13ot1i -

your dealer and we were encouraged by ment that reasonable price relief will! he

this roduction picture at the turn of the granted to the Company within a ra;on1blp.

To own 01' control you1' 0\\11 year. But the strike changed all that. As you period of time. This matter is of such im-

know the CIO United Farm Equipment & portance that it will not he di.CWSlrl hen-

Ocean Beach and Park Metal Workers of America called a strike in but will be covered by future advertLst'fwnts

DD ten of our plants, on January 21, 1946. devoted to both prices and profits.

Speaking for our deAlers and oun.t.l\"l i, we
What Is The Strike About?
can assure you that no customer is more

Wages are a basic issue. At the time of the eager than we are to resume production. We

strike harvester employes were among the are doing and shall continue to do everything

highest paid workers in American indwtry. in our power to bring about a fair settlement

Vote Next Tuesday For When the strike began, the average hourly as salt aJ pos ible.


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