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Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: February 7, 1947
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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February 7, 1947 PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDINCIRCULATING



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Spray Again Toward Athletic Field Is ,' Last Rites Held For Crops Wiped Out

RECENT !
Off PolioPaul W. P. Jernigan Sr.


OPERATIONS Rardm said yesterday that Being RebuiltThe i iI Funeral services were, held in I By Unusual ColdThe

-- . plans have been made to have the i Tallahassee Saturday afternoon
i
I By Pai.I Rardin i i Pahokee-Canal Point area prayed Pahokee High school athletic for \\". P. Jermgan. Sr. who died I low point of a very unsatisfactory

next week against polio germs. fied! is being reconditioned this Thursday night following a short vegetable season was

The Canal Point area had several week. Approximately 400 truck : mnt's.V. P Jerni an. Jr.. a I
leached Wednesday night when
The m.*nitabe! Phil O'Connell of I I cases of polio last summer and I load of muck are being pread on [ resident of Canal Point, and his :
West Palm Beach was guest Rardin is of the opinion that an- the field which will be graded awl !' family went to Tallahassee for the freezing north winds blasted crops

speaker at the weekly meeting of other spraying with DDT may seeded: While this work is being final rites. The elder Mr Jerni- throughout the entire Glades area.

the Pafcokce notary club yester-I I halt another outbreak of the done physical education classes '! gan was a visitor in Canal Point The temperature was below freezing -

day. Prefacing his serious remarks dread disease. The spraying will are being conducted on the school only a few months ago and had for eight hours ranging as low

about America and its future with : be done by the Anti-Mosquito grounds and Bateman Field at the many friends here who will regretto as 24 to 27 degrees and was reported -

his story telling! prowess, the i Control unit of Palm Beach County cty; pak is being prepared fort hear of his passing.Roadside down to 20 in the Belle
which i.. under the direction : e schol baseball --- .. Glade area.
young Mate. attorney held the interest I operated games. i, -- l I
of the Rota nans. Phil has I of the board of county I In addition to the filling in and} I Early estimate: of losses! reportby -

the happy faculty of being able to commissioners I grading work a new lighting system Parks I I (' John A. Dulanv, manager

entertain most any kind of i -- --.- I will be installed Twenty ad- I d t'.e Pahckee State Farmers

crowd and it seemed that he was ditional lights will be placed Plan Of The SRDThe I i Maiket. was PO to 95 per cent for

at his best yesterday noon. I believe Street Repairs For I making a total of 60 lights in the j I vt':':rs.' extensive damage to other

that his visits to the Everglades system tender crops and some loss the extent -

; ecticn of the county shouldbe City Of PahokeePahokee The seating capacity also is being I : State Road Department i L;I undetermined Thursday morning -

a little more frequent. Folks I, enlarged with more than in the midst of a campaign.building to cabbage, celery and leafy
S3,000 being spent on bleachers : vegetable..... The ridge section
like the sort of public official that roadside parks for use by tour-
Phil O'Connell has turned out to has launched a street i When completed the bleachers will : ists and local residents who care close to the lake though badly

be. They like the earnestness that repair program with extend from the 10-yard line to to use them. Already the depart- battered: bv the cold winds, suffered -

he shows in executing the duties, ent of Streets and Superintend-j. the 10-yard line on one side of ment has 22 of these parks in ope- less damage than outlying

of his office and in years to vin Cowart in charge. the field and from the 30-yard line : ration in north and west Florida sections however heavy frosts

come they will, in all probability, Work started on First ave. and I to the 30-yard line on the others' and present plans call for erectionof were predicted again for Thurs-

prove to him that they like the more than 1,200 feet has been com I side, providing a total seating capacity two or three in the Lake Okee- day night.

manner in which he carries on the pleted. The program calls for the of 5500. This more than [! chrobee Region. Guy Stovall is in .

serious' business of the office of grading and hard surfacing of all doubles the present seating. Arrangements charge of the park erection plan

state's attorney.Founder's. streets in need of repair Cowart are under way to in- 'I I and is enthusiastic over building New Officers Take

. stall a time clock Coach Clyde two or three of them in this sec-

Day Is new said.The grader work is and being spray done with wagon the Alley said.---Plans \ I I. tion.The park are small not elab- Places In LeagueA

which the city purchased recently.In Made For orate at all. Mr. Stovall f*id. Deep
PTA addition to this equipment a >> I; wells are dug, water toilets installed -
Meeting TopicThe was
Founders day program
new roller will be purchased. This I rock or concrete tables
theme of Canal Point PTA
project also1 calls for grading the Pahokee PTA MeetThe I built and ovens and grates installed. the
The attendance -
Everglades branch of the streets in Vetville, the veterans' I, Trash burners are also made meeting on Monday. sixth
award was won by
National League of Wholesale sub-divUion. There are five 50-foot available so that any trash can be .
Pahokee Parent-Teacher having the largest percentage
Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Dia- streets in the new subdivision cleaned up after use. He remarked grade
.
i. Association will meet Monday the 22 in of parents present.The
tributors entertained their wivesat which includes 48 lots. Rock has in describing opera- Mrs
a steak dinner at the Club Gala already been hauled for the grad- night at eight o'clock in the high tion that tourists always clean up program chairman, -
school auditorium with Rev. C. A. them. Act- Clara Maurer. presented a program
the ing of the streets. the parks after wing
Tuesday evening, honoring
executive of Readings and songs by a
The
:Moberg presiding. ual maintenance of the parks is
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women for their assistance in the aLso
will meet at seven o'clock in of fifth grade children
board i under direction of the State Road group
entertainment of the National i'I
Mrs. Richardson Is one of the classrooms. Fifty'Department maintenance crew, the Rev Carl Moberg rendered
League delegates at Palm Beachin
January. Supt. Of NursingEffective years ago the P. T. A. came into I(I Mr Stovall said. 3 piano selections and a Founders
of
being hence Founder's Day is being I Mr Stovall talked to County day address combining features
New officers elected at the November -
and future centered -
celebrated during the month Paul Rardin in re- the past present
Commissioner
session took their seats. the first of this month ,
1. To -
the land. A birthday of on PTA objects. promote
throughout
three
Roy Segree, retiring president, vacated Mrs. T. C. Richardson of Paho I i gard to building two or and
of children
will be in welfare
the
cake with 50 candles this! section.Tentative .
the chair favor of the kee became superintendent of the !. the small parks in
in new
1 i I evidence, with Mrs J. R. York plans call for erectionof youth in homo, school church an-1
president. B Lee Hayman. Other Everglades Memorial Hospital | stand
the
I pioneer: teacher of this area in at the St. Lucie canal community. 2 To raise
officers are Luke Fraser vice-pres taking the position formerly held one 3. To Sf'<'ureadE'quatf'
of the ards of home life
of the lighting
land
j charge: small plot of can
wherever: a
ident: Jess Elliott secretary by Mrs Amy Whidden who was i lawfor the care and
I j candles. be secured Another one is plan- ,
i
Frank Dooley treasurer and E. R. made business manager of the
and
I of children youth.
Mist Jane Mitchell, physical education red just acra-s the bridge on !. protection
Butler national counselor. hospital. Mrs Richard-on and
-.- Mrs Whidden have worked harmoniously instructor, will presenther Kraemer Island at the end of the 4. To bring into closer relation thehome
in titled "Th' and the school that parent
girls a program constructed hard surfaced -
recently
Lions Receive Three at the hospital for sev- History of the Dance. The first \ state road. and teachers may cooperate inteligentlv -

New Members | cral years and under the new setup part will b b e a short tumbling skit in the training of the child
Tues. I their :splendid trainingwill still I
Mv' Baxter. 5 To develop between educatorsand
i by the following: ra
bo available to tho-e ] Christian Delivers
in need of it
such united
!I Celeta Gant. Betty Culberson. : the general public
Tack J (Chastnin Robert J in the Lake Okeechobee
imonson Region : Shirley Watson Donna Spooner ; Tar To Doctors 'I effort *ac, will secure for every
and M Carter were receivels Mrs Richardson was trained
at i
j Bobby Moberg. Ethel Miller Wy- child the highest advantages! in
s new members of the Pahokeo Hillman Hospital in Birminghamand 'I I
nell Gillis. Jewell! Hendnx. Wanda Christian Chevrolet announcedthis I physical mental social, and spiritual
Lions Club has
at the club's Tuesday had many years actual
Mary Eleanor Jermgan. delivered to I education
I Harper week that they
luncheon meeting The new Lions nursing experience She has been
Gloria Stuart Lois Sullivan and Dr. E. J. Graham the first 1947 The refreshment committee
were officially welcomed bv E. A. at the local hospital for more than I
This consists of During Mr J D Latham and Mrs Dennic -
Platt
Jensen, vice nresident Final ntAn"wt'rE' five years. Joan Chevrolet that they receded: -
made for the annual- football- 1 -----. I, stunts and pyramids done to the Christmas holiday.. ttey ) Friend. served hot chocolateand

banquet for Pahokee and Belle! ruse-I'SS HOt'xlNfi music Joan Wilson! will follow delivered to Dr. It. R Long a new varied cookie 'Jlnnsthf'

Glade uads sponsored" jointly I with a waltz clog l<*l
bv the Lions Clubs of the twotowns All veterans of the Pahokeei i The Seminole Hunting Dance newcomers to Pahokee and are I will be held Wednesday afternoon

I' Canal Pint area interested in'' will rw presented by Mvra Baxter doing fine job for the communitv | March 5KKINVTVTK.

Mrs Ahoy McCoy Zumph of building homes in either town are Patsy Elliott. Rita Fay Huit. Both doctors were in the service -!, ---

Belle! Glade, guest speaker gave i urged to attend an open meeting'' Donna Spooner. Celta Gant. Shir- during the war.. INSl.K\NCR
.
a talk on Cancer Control. to be held! m the Pahokee city hall ) Icy Watson Bobby Moberg. Bet- -

-- -- on Monday at p m. New local tv Culborson, Dorothy Field and RtU.Jlt; nJLA )I Approximately S132O worth

The county road crew at the direction -I developments! in the veterans I Ethel Miller The Minuet of ) series: of evangelistic meetings j! rf National Service Life Insurance -

of County Commissioner 1ousing'ituatlon will bo dLcussed'' French influence will be done by1! started at the First Bap- i(|: policies! were re-instated hv

Paul Rardm this week patched all at this meeting Kenneth Mock II Joan RvaLs Mary Anna Ta 'lo-.I j ti-t Church in Belle Glade on Sun- local veteran through the beat

county roads in the Pahokee and 'I will act as chairman Joyce Adkins. Janet Adams, Joar I dav February 2nd. I. Veterans Service offirr jrinp "o.

Canal Point st'cthn.C'om Point -- - -.- I ITO Ro."enhurgJart": Hamilton Marlene ; The pastor, RpI E Enlow.! last two weeks in January ..according -

Road and Barfield Highway came SHOW FILM Williams Barbara PhillipsBttv : is assisted hv Dr J R White to Claude S Jones localeter-

in for their share of the regular j jmaintenance 1 'The Mt.sjt.ng Christian:' a movirg Justice Carolyn Thomp-son pastor of the First Baptist ans service fflcf"r.'O'fJ has ten

work. Rardm said i| picture will be shout at Fellowship Merle Pope Vonell Davis and Lucille Church of Ft. Pierce and by the received by Mr. Jones that the

-- -.. -- I Hall in Pahokee at S p. m. Prince. evangelist;: singer. F. E. Bush, of Fb' 1 deadline for veterans ti

Flmo Wald$chlager left last t'niJht.on all Christian cast The"iri'fnia/ Reel, popular during Colquit. Ga.Although. get their NSLI r.Jlcies re-tn+tated

week for New Orleans after a visit I made the picture Tte film is being colonial days will be exhibitedbv ;: blind. Mr Busch is a without pANting a physical examination -

of several weeks with his parents, I sponsored by the Church of Linda Sue Owart, Wynell Gills. wonderful pianist, and song director has been extended' three

:Mr. and Mrs. Harry Waldschlager. God on Barfield Highway where .*, Mary Ann Howes. Mary EJean- &a be proved on til engagement months! by General Omar Bradley.

in Pahoke Rev J. M Gresham" is the pastor. (Continued page 4) here last year Veterans Admlnlll'trator.sV1 .



Two The Everglades News. Canal Point. Florida Friday. February 7, 1947
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ment that would run all of the I !
THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing
crooks mobsters, gamblers ani: j
the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Red organizers out of our State MANY ITEMS FOR THE FARM
then he is talking not throughhis
Established 1924 Published Friday
Every
hat. but right up our alley.
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe We've been awaiting the day that Recent shipments permit us to state

Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn we could suffer four years of an that we can now supply you with
administration that would crack a
Canal Point. Florida as Second Class Matter whip loudly enough in Tallahasseeso PLAIN and BARBED

that it could be heard at all
Paul Rardin Editor and Publisher
times down here in Broward Coun-
ty.Ve believe that when the WIRE FENCEfor

Candy CostsThe whip is handed to Mr. Watson
you'll be able to hear it crack and that farm land fencing you have
sweet.
people of the United States have developed a .
tooth to a higher degree than ever because candy sales, by 67 feel counties.its lash The in every Attorney one General of the- been contemplating Also a limited i

dollar volume, have never been so high.It believes as we do that everyone amount of chicken fence wire i
estimated sales all manufacturers for 1946 iI
is that by should abide by the law and if
will exceed $600,000,000. This seems like a tremendous it is going to take us back 20 t
amount, but it boils down to slightly more than $4 a month years to make Florida a law abiding -
Farm
per capita. This is equivalent to about 13 cents a day and if state then let's start on the ImplementsNOW ;I

you think the amount is high, consult any boy or girl be- long trek the very first day of
tween the ages of 10 and 15 "ears.KeyVest Citizen. January 1949. AVAILABLEPost :

"We heartily agree with Mr. '
Hole Diggers Handy Andies
Patton HighwayFrance Price that Florida needs a :Moses
who will] lead our State up the
Belgium and Luxembourg plan a "highway of path of progress along side of the Forks Axes Jacks Hoes
freedom" to follow the route of General Patton's Third other 47 and. although we have
Army from the shore of Normandy into Germany.A . never heard Mr. Watson' professto Shovels Spades

recent ceremony in Metz marked the unveiling of the having anything to do with the Step and Extension Ladders
first milestone on the highway. The Burgomaster at Luxembourg bull rushes. we think he is just the

declared that the highway was "traced by the man to do the leading. Field Water Jugs Trimming Shears
blood of the sons of the great country across the seas." "There is one statement by Mr.
Milestones to mark the road show a torch like that of the Price that will bring down upon Several Types of Lawn Mowers
Statue of Liberty being brought across the Atlantic.It him the wrath of thousands of
is interesting to note that there are people in the west- Watson, followers.] The writer accuses When desiring to make purchases in glass, porcelain I

ern countries of Europe who are anxious to pay proper tribute Mr. Watson of tearing apagt' or aluminum cooking ware, come into our
the political book of
to the accomplishments of the American soldiers. from household apparatus department and you will finda
the late Gene Talmadge and Sen-
This is in contrast to some others who have convinced fine and wide selection of utensils. We have
ator Bilbo and perfecting an appeal -
themselves that the war was won without American partici- to !!t1 oran('e. No man likesto quite a supply of desirable electric gadgets, irons, .
pation -Key West Citizen. he referred to as ignorant- and cookers, broilers, toasters! lamps, music boxes and :

we hope :Mr. Price of Volusia l Is
.. choosing: up sides and then pitting around the day ..Tter( the 1018 !

TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY them against each other. As elections to prove our point. I radios.BETZNEITS I
long as you could keep them fighting "Incidentally, and aside to M-
each other they'd be too busi- Price: We thought it poor literary !
ly engaged in battle to fight for tate: to mention the name of Mr.
correction of administration mis- Watson and "your friend" Senator !
(By Russell Kay) takes. Pepper in the same column." THE HARDWARE STORE. i

.. "Mr. Price does just that-on Editorial: published in the :\1.1STUF4F4T: HELLE GLADE, FLA. j
,
This week being occupied with. the one side he places the agricul- Januarv 6th is.ue of the Ft. I ,
my duties at the Florida State I tural workers and on the other Lauderdale Daily News. I

Fair I'm turning this column over the union workers. He tries to -. ---.
to the Editor of the Ft. Lauder- paint a word picture of the tillersof I :
dale Daily News and republish an the soil being united in an effort Blair Announces

editorial that recently appeared in to elect Mr. Watson while Sermons For Sunday PIANOS JEWELRY MUSICJ.
that publication entitled. "Peppering the union men will be asking for
"The Political Pot'." It follows nothing lest than total defeat of Worship -
: the Attorney General. The Service theme of of the the Morning Canal Point W. R A S H L E Y
'The Florida writer and con- "\ 'e wonder if the Volusia
ductor of the Volusia Mirror's writer has ever given any conside- Methodist Church is taken from JEWELER Belle Glade, Fla.
text in Luke 19:2: "And. behold -
"Political Pot." T. A. Price- ration to the fact that many union the
there was a man named
whom we don't believe we knowor industrial workers have voted for which was the chief I GO TO CHURCH SUNDAYBenzene
can't recall having read any of Mr. Watson in the past and will Zacchaeus
. and he I I
his work other than in the December -; vote for him again. That there among the publicans "
< 13, 1946 column in which he were thousands of those same sought to see Jesus who he was.
calls upon "liberal" Democrats of workers who voted for the right- The sermon is entitled "The One '
Florida to go forth like Diogenes to-work amendment in 1944.! Just I.as Meant to Be". The morning -----,
(Greek philosopher. 412 to 323 B. because a man is na industrial service starts at 11 A. M. The
C. founder of the Cynics and according -j worker doesn't mean that he isi I Evening Service from 7:00: to ,
to history spent most of i i is blind to the American way of 8:00: P. M., will have special music
his time in a tub) in search for and the singing of more favorite+e I
an honest man-may not know it, I life."This writer claims that if "Flor- gospel hymns and the sermon by : Hexachloride
but he has done more to elect Tom I ida is doomed to suffer under four the minister. Rev. William T.
Watson our next Governor than years of a Tom Watson .the State Blair on the topic "This Day of : I

any other writer including our- I will be set back 20 years and the Sudden Death." ORGamtox .j
self in the State. And if we are death rattle will be in the throatof Our Sunday School Class Con- :
to believe his writing that is the Democracy." test got under way last Sunday. i
least of his intentions."Mr. "The writer's words are meaningless Originally planned for all of the ,
Price's literary attack on when 'one considers the boys and girls, it was enlarged at j !
Mr. Watson reminds us very muchof fact that Mr. Watson's right-to- the start by the desire of the
the story told us by a former work amendment and his fight Women's and Men's Class to compete ,. !
New Dealer who quit the parlor against the Federal Government'smove against each other. A large
pinks when he learned that Joa to overthrow States' Rights world map serves as a graph with I
Stalin was the real head of the by grabbing for submerged lands different colored airplanes repre- : j Is effective in controlling: the following -

"Liberals." are the very essence of democracy."If senting the classes Taking off r {
"The story dealt with New Deal Mr. Price means that Flor- last week on this race around the i : pests
theory which was based on taking ida is doomed to suffer under a world the planes will attempt to I II
I
all of the "classes" in America and four year term Watson govern- girdle the globe before Easter. I

Mileage covered each week IJI GRASSHOPPERSSTINK I :
w r based upon class membership, new I '
members, memory work class
goal, etc. Each member of the ; ; BUGS

From where-I sit...6y JoeLem's Marsh winning class will receive a fine : THRIP !
Christian award as a reminder of
his good work. The minister l'I
also presenting a Bible to each APHIDS :

.. : Dogs vsThad's boy and girl in the entire Sunday
School who attendauSunday' ('hoolf"Vf'ry CUTWORMS .
,, Chickens Sunday between Feb. 2 and
Easter CELERY WORMS !
The Young Married Fellowship i
Running! a newspaper; yon get at Andy Botkin'a Garden Tavern will meet on \Wednesday. Feb. 12 ,
to know a lot about human nature. --over a friendly glass of beer. at the parsonage for its regular" WORMS ON CELERY .

TiaJ! rhippa was in the other From where I sit. anyone can monthly meeting Eighteen youn
day. all burner up. Wanted me to find something in his neighbor to men and women attended the first
run an item on how Lem Martin'siog ; complain about. (Some folks may fusion last month to organize the
had rai and ought to bo put away by law enjoy that cla>4 of beer with Lem!) in the community who are not j

I told him: "Ix-rn was: in on Hut where would we be if every 8C't1in such a group are urged ,, KILGORE SEED CO.
to attend: tun splendid evening: of
Satuda). Sail }ou shouldn't btbody tried to hare a law pardCaint fun and fellowship.VI.KNTIXK .
alloyed to keep those chickens !lt>> ever.thinc they disagreed; . I
close to his hou,e'-and in a rf' iwith' We wouldn't have m:ny I II I
dential zone, at that." neighbors left: r.\icry i!' BRED-RITE SEEDS
Member of the R'lsnf''I.t'om! '!
Thad shuts up right pronto
vv"n. And th.st'ery c\enin,; I sea c97 iLt-.JK an's Circle. Fin Baptist WMU. Pnhokee, Fla. Phone 8201Page
will hold Valentine'' party at the'
hra! matins his peace with LenI Fellowship. Hallon !Monday. Feb '

10. at 7 30 p. m. The husband ct
I ":. I94T.: f rW e.:uau lirtr Fag .::..5 mE'nbersUl b* invited guests. - ,
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February 7, 1947 The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Page Three


Post Plans For New I Ronny May Has A "God's Valentine" To I- ytfyt7 g T7y>y rfawR7 I I

Legion Officials Birthday PartyMrs. Be Mobergs Topic I! Fine For

I HERBERT'S Clothes

Members of Fred and Percy W. H. May, Jr. entertained Thi Sunday morning Rev. C. : Men

Mansfield Post 90 and the Legion at her home on Canal Point A. Moberg, pastor of the First : TAILORED TO MEASURE

Auxiliary held a joint meeting in Road Saturday afternoon with a Baptist Church of Pahokee. will I
: Have Your LadiesPClothes Tailored
the Wman's Club building Monday party for her son. Ronny in cele- preach on, "God's Valentine." The ?

night. bration of his thirteenth birthday Ladies Quartet, recently named By A Mans Tailor

Commander Edward A. Jensen anniversary. The hostess used a the "Good Cheer Ladies Quartet",

appointed John T. Pickett chairman color scheme of pink and blue in will sing "More Love to Thee." At AL BELCHERBOX

A. J. Lively Lloyd Mullis party decorations. She was as- the night service the pastor will

Carmen Salvatore. Jr., Paul Til- sisted in the entertaining by her continue his series of sermon 876 PAHOKEE
lery and John Wilson on a com- mother. Mrs. L. L. Stuckey and by teachings on "The Future of the

mittee to nominate new officersfor Mrs. C. T. Jackson. Jew." Using the chart, the subject :
J. iY..i.Y.4Y.L4; !.V(W.J I .J IYJ l.(iY.(i '&U-V(l.4I.J.Y.! M(, J.P M'y'.li.M.II;
the year. He also appointed Contest prizes were awarded to will be "Is the modern Jew .
George C .McLarty. Mr. Mullis and Payne Jackson Sidney Caruthers. interested in Ancient Palestine?"
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Mr. Pickett on a committee to Rita Fay Hurt Richard Ogle and "What about the Zionist Movement I

make a survey and compile a list Robert :Mosley. Other guests were ?" "When did it begin?" SEWING MACHINE ;
of veterans buried at the Port Carol Snyder. Joan Chastain Ann "Why the present day controversy REPAIRS
Mayaca Cemetery. Lee Hurt .Bonnell Davis Patsv "
concerning Palestine. "Is the For Guaranteed Machine Supplies.'I
O. M. (Mack) Murphy and Ellis Elliott. Wanda Harper Delorez Bible Palestine large enough to Sewing. Repairs and

Murphy were received as new, Williams Lovda Williams, Patsy accommodate all the Jews living write or call at I
members. Fred Peterson was a i Mary .
Maxson. Joan Rosenberg. "
today? 13 God's Palestinian RHODES !
guest. Ann Howes Joan Gresham. Barbara APPLIANCES
promise to the children of Israel
After the meeting a supper and Hadid, Joan Hadid Porte .;\,'eoue.IA" iBelle I
null
and void? "What meaneththe
dance was enjoyed by the vet- Johnson Charles McCurdy, Skip valley of dry bones?" Glade, Fla. I

erans and wives attending. per McCurdy Charles Sears, Jack These and other questions will Free Pick-up and Delivery service' to Pahokee and Canal :

Thomas, David Ramey Chandler I I IlcI1wain be considered this Sunday nightat Point twice weekly. Parts and Accessories' for all !!

Tinker Chastain George the 7:30 preaching service. The makes and styles. i iP i
I i
Rzelle. Frank Rosenberg, Melvin :
Class Quartet orchestra and choir I
'Thus and Dicky Atkins. i j
will augment the "IlluminatedCross -
Prince TheatrePahokee --e Meditation Sing." The Intermediate jI

Woman's Club Has Training Union Mrs. F.I'i I I
G. GilHs! Leader and A. C. Santo 'I

Florida Program MeetingAt ; Assistant, will present the assem- Trees Vines Shrubs Citrus i

hlv program at 6:30. Mrs. W. M. i

Week Of Feb. 9th a program meeting of the Dubose. Dirt'ctor.ilI preside. I of all sizes and varieties for I
Pahokee Woman's Club on Thurs-
Superintendent O. 0 .Gilbert is Selection.LANDSCAPING.
of las tweek Mrs. M. I. your i!iI
day night
expected to be at the helm of the i I i I
Keen reported that a totad of
Sunday school I
after an absence of i
Sun.-Mon. 434.77 in contributions was collected '
two weeks
having been out of the I
at the Prince Theatre under city. I as you like it.Y(' are organized and equipped to doa I
the supervision of the "'oman's -
Fan di w ttia. Club for the "march of dimes"campaign. i I ----- thorough job from plans to completion of planting.As I II
uyattst..ad..lrawed.
., could part turn tSTApyyY I Cypress Gardens Has I

K Mrs. O. S. Bacon fine arts chair- I New OfficialsWINTER always, you are J

,,,,,, BARBARA man, and Mr. H. J. Clause mo- welcome at our : I
tion picture chairman presented a
VAN S(0HA ( T musical program. Mrs. Thadd HAVEN Joe K. I
111ABE1H Whidden sang two vocal solos, accompanied Hayes, of Hayes and Russell Inc., \tR>KKIES: 1100 Southern Boulevard (Route No. 25 at

ts. I by Mrs. Bacon, pianist.' was named president pro tern of I City Limits). West Palm Beach Florida
I the new Florida Cypress Gardens J
xw4r and Mrs. Ansil Holt violinist. Miss
Patsy Mason played two piano: lat week. W. A. Stanford, headof I' ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO.

sa selections and :Miss Shirley Watson named Stanford vice-president Fruit Growers, and RalphB. was _h_ ___ __ ___ _ I
gave two readings. Mrs. \Vhid-j
I Thompson, of Perrin and
den was prize winner in a musical ,
contest. Thompson was elected secretary-

M+ Guests were Mrs. J. T. Platt treasurer.The \
i Mrs. H. L. Swain Mrs. Curtis Florida Club replaces the
I original "250 Club" and was form-
Mrs.
Chase Mrs. Laurie Holt.
ed to sponsor social and enter- HomogenizedVitamin
Frank Hobson and Mrs. Parnell j
Enecks. tainment features at the Exposition -

Double Feature --.-. similar to The Gasparilla
Krewe at the Florida State Fair.
Tues.Wed. Canal PointMethodist i D Milk

NotesThe ''I

COMPLETE ELECTRICAL II -0--0---
Woman's Society of Christ- REPAIR SHOP
ian Service will hold its annual
ALL TYPES. MAONETOS. GENERATORS I
II AVAILABLE AT YOUR
study class with the minister on' STARTERS. CARBURETORS and
:Monday. Feb. 17 and Monday Feb. ELECTRIC MOTORS. I
MISCHA AUER 24. The meetings, open to all who AU Work Factory Guaranteed III GROCERY STORE i
nay Eggle-ton. Mg!'. Electric Dept.
I
KIRBY CRAJIT-JACQUELINE de WIT GLORIA STUACT desire to attend, will\ be based on II
the book "The Fine Art of Using." Dave O took man's !I -0--0- II I I

-ALSO- The Methodist Youth Fellowshipwork Machinery Sales and

: project at the church is I Repair lJ ServicePhone ;: II
nearing completion. They
another work day on Saturday.I I 11JWCLEW1STOV. LFACREAMERS
FLORID
Feb. 15 at 9:30: A. M. On Feb. 141 :i
I A COMPLETE MACHINE SHOPCHIROPRACTOR II
J at 7:00 P. M. the MYF will hold a.j 11

f hamburger roast to which all !
members are invited. GO. II II't

; 7 DON PORTER 1015 COLLIER The Junior Fellowship meeting j I 'II IIi

and'lI/tt Gtduty I every Friday at 3 P. M. is planning .\ Phone 20 Belle Glade Fla.

A Cr A. f '_. .''kL a picnic party for Valentine's WEST PM M BEACH I i: il
Day. They also will be making MON WED and FRFBEI.LE GLADE _
.
plans for another trip to Boca Raton I TUES. THCRS. and SAT I

like the one enjoyed so much: DR. L. S. JONESSuite
Thurs.Fri. in November. j I
Suite 301-02) Comrau BIdg
Our Choir. which practices each' 3650 we->t Palm Beach Fla- i ii I

Thur<:o.iafrom 7:30 to 8-30 has i FAOORMATSII4'EBACKICONTOUR ;

lICIlU Iait CLlfllllElI j jIIUII.IERII. been giving the congregationssome

really fine music" They are
.
1m snYEI beginning now to prepare for the CHILLS ft FEVER I ,

1Ia. Eater period with special music ,
:
Patsy Maxson. Mr. Harold Rosen DUE TO MALARIA I

20.M berg, and Marian Stokes have

I rven serving as our pianists . .
Ii I and doing a fire job of it. too. RELIEVED666 I

i The Prayer Meeting every

Double Feature I Thursday from s-30 to 9l9'3n
!is beginning a very interesting and

Saturday unusually helpful B.ble study In IS YOUR LIVER TYPES
an attempt to sew the over-all piC'turt' -
SHAPED TO ORDER THICK
FOQ :
of the of tre Bible
"Topeka Terror"Allan we are bt'Ctnninwltl1 nussace Genesis and CRYING FOR HELPbecause MANY 1937-41 POPULAR kSAE8.U"IVfRSAl- .

through our questions' and read- CARS. 1000.37.50 RuBi3ER! rocl flCNT "
3 3'
Lane and Linda irps finil.ne out a i great deal ahout of constpa: : *.i-n cr.faUty dlre.t.on' t\" "" OJSH/ON .) .
.
If you feel b.j i us, sour SO to J>..J.J. odor
Stirling the Book of God _. >i> ) F(LT-3..1( "'
LOltffl: vr-.th Pas lira > 'hs. blue, v
I
--- - grouch :. > iu m"> br put .ns too big
--\1.50- NKr.no wvr a burai-n r'n"Ot.. u; r II ..n u un-
{ :c.'v f"d d f<,,id, btrs puirt'active.ler. .
HOMK; OUNK.I: \ND ,
Officers and members of the ca;.. .a! tox.b a..., h 0r'Jad t."e
new American lA' 10n post for k *ep "iT it Z:'. :n T ...rit.r.r properly / : Itl'I'IRXF f1'11'F:1.1TF:11
negro \'t'tt'ran.U.e Pahokee- Then is the time to re.ve vur AUTO I
t: ed liver by letting Calota&s help I.1.: LAIR
.
Canal Point area were installed at nature sweep the pur t:a\"e andpar ASSOCIATE
Camp Everglades Sunday afternoon ?:ay!': dteer'cd r-.ver frcm yo'.r
t stomach and tr'ec'n's : 2M1 STOREFriday.
by a Forty and Kigfct Ninth Nrtritne ai
just like good old Calciitxs. Use as directed -
Cr r ttlE District: initiation team from lOc and 2Jc a: y.'ur drugsLc. l'ahokes'. floods t
ACotAAr West Palm Beach. Al Daniels. ,
CCh0A1f OOtithli ,
charge.Ninth District commander, was in Take CALOTABS 1



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FourFlans The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, February 7. 1947PAHOKEE


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HIGH SCHOOL'S j IS THE CIRCUIT COURT IV AND Lot 2. Block 36. Add. No
Made For- FOR FILM BELCH COUNTY 1 to Town of Lake Worthas
HONOR ROLLA j FLORID in PB 5 Pages 6 to

all subjects CHANCERY NO. %!.9U 9 Inc. _Uh__________________________
in SARA, G MYFAS : Lot 8. Block 36. AcM' No
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1
Continued from page 12th Grade: James Latham. Plaintiff : 1 to Town of Lake Worthas

or Jernigan, Gloria Stuart Wanda O'Connell. -'vsTRLTON : in PB 5 Pages 6 to
Betty" Ann Sears. Ann MYERS 9 IncLot ________n u_______n__________
Harper Lois Sullivan. Clara Nell llth Grade: Frank Rozelle. Defendant : 12. Block 45 Add No

Joan Platt. Jewel Hendrix. NOTICE TO \PPF\R 1 to Town. of Lake Worthas
Pope, 10th! Grade: Imogene Spivey.8th TO TR"LTON MYERS. RESIDENCE: In PB 5 Pages 6 to

Naomi Finley, Leonne Gammotand Grade: Janette Ma this. SCR\NTON SOUTH CAROLINA: 9 Inc. _______________u_______________
Ada Tillman. The waltz, introduced You are hereby required to appearIn Lot 15. Block 46. Add No
7th Grade: Myra Baxter.A the above Court on the 10th day of 1 to Town of Lake Worthas
in 1920 will be presented or B in all subjects12th March A. D. 1947 at the Court HouseIn In PB 5 Pages 6 to

by Connie :Marshall, Lucille West Palm Beach. Palm Beach 9 Inc. _______-____n__________________
Grade: Harry Fremd. Peggy County. Florida to answer. to the Bill Lot 3. Block 268. Town of

Rogers. Joan Wilson Dellona Moberg. Dorothy Chastain, Ona of Complaint for Divorce filed against Lake Worth as in PB

Jones. Joy Fields. Doris Ridell Wilson. 'von In the above entitled cause and 2 Pages 29 to 40 Inc. ________________
Jean
Humphries.. EVERGLADES NEWS a newspaper reg- Let 3. Block 46. Add. No.
Denise Gamot and Agnes Graldon. 11th Grade: Lois Echol HelenHowes ularlv published In Palm Beach County. 1 to Town of Lake Worth

From 1929 until 1933 the Florida. Is hereby designated as the as In PB 5 Pages 6 to
Walta Nell< Hull Patsy
newspaper In which this order shall 9 Inc. _____uh_______________________ .
Charleston was in vogue, and will Creel Joy Padgett. be published once each week for tourcon"f'Cltt.p Lot 6. Block 46. Add No.

be done by Elizabeth Ryals, Juanita weekly. Issues. 1 to Town of Lake Worthas
Grade Billy Jernigan.9th .
10th : DONE AND ORDERED at West Palm In PB 5 Pages 6 to

Corbett, Ona Humphries and Grade: Betty Hicks. Sarah Beach Palm Beach County. Florida. 9 Inc. ________________________________
Dorohty Chastain. The Samba will Jackson. Stanley this 3rd day' of Februarv .*.: D 1947 Lot 34. Block 6. Dell Parkas
Dart. Payne J. ALEX ARNETTE.
in PB 8 P 56
being aSubdlvl.ton
be presented by Clara Baxter, Hooks Glen Boland. Steve Kirk Clerk of the Circuit Court of Lots 3. 4.

Patsy Geiger, Nadine Raulerson, George Gant. Christine Meeks Palm Beach County. Flor- 5 &; S 12 of Lot 2 W of

ida. Ry. Subdlv un______________ 9 46 43
Sara Dart Johanna McKinstry, David (Circuit Court Seal
Charles Brantley Ramey.8th .
Bv Thaddle P. Plant. Lots 1 to 4 tnc. Block 7.
Denise Gamot, Nanette Peeples Grade: George Rozelle Pat- Deputy Clerk. Rosemont Park Delray as

Ann O'Connell and Joan Wilson. Thadd Whldden In PB 13 P 60 ____u_._____________ 29 46 43
sy Maxson Carol Snyder.7th for Plaintiff Lot 12. Block 201. Town of

The year 1946 introduced the Grade: Mary Eleanor Jerni- Pahokee Attorney Florida lake Worth as In PB 2

Jitterbug, which type of dancingwill gan Barbara Hadid.Greyhound Pub: Feb 7. 14. 21 & 28. 1947 Lot Pages!$. 29 Block to 40 22.Inc.Colonial____..____________

be presented by Ann O'Con- --- Estates as In PB 9 P 12 n___________ 4-J: 4-1 43
nell and Joan Wilson. The meet- IN THE CIRCUIT BEACH COURT COUNTY IN AND N 40' of S 130' of W 135
FOR PALM of Ni2 of Block 31. Townof
will in the Skyways FLORID%
ing adjourn cafeteria 22914 Delray ._n________________________
where refreshments will be served, CHANCERY SO. Lot 6. Block 190. Town of
Operates
:
HelicoptersJACKSONVILLE SMITH.
KALCID A.
Lake Worth as In PB 2
with Mrs. Geo. C. McLarty and Plaintiff.vs : Pages 29 to 40 Inc. __________________
committee in charge. - : Lots 11 <'I: 12. Block 65.
CALLIE MAE SMITH. :
Greyhound Northwood Addition West

Skyways; a division! of Greyhound Defendant.TO APPEAR: Palm Beach NOTICE
6k8toll Inc) asln .
Mrs. John Wilson Motor Lines .has two fourplaceSikorsky TO CALLIE MAE SM TH. RESIDENCE PB 8 Paves 47 & 62. PB

GENERAL DELIVERY. ELLENDALE 9 Pares 30 & 47. PB 10 P
Helicopters now
Renamed Aux HeadMrs. touringte DFt.EWMtE: 11. PB 11 Pages 18. 38 &
state demonstrating their versatility You are hereby required to appearIn :t9.PB12P17&PB 14

to and the above Court on the 3rd day P 14 _hunnnh____________
county municipal of March. A. D. 1947. the same being
John K. Wilson was reelected Lots 22 & 23. Block C
officials. Rule Dav of said month at the CourtHouse
president of Post 90 Legion in Palm Beach. Palm akevlew Ridge as In PB
Designed to be used by the com- West 7 PITS 35 At 40 _______u_____________ 4 44 43
Florida. to Answer to
Auxiliary at a business meeting in Beach County. Lots! 6 AT 7. Block D. Lake-
pany as "feeder' 'planes: the two the Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed view Ridge as In PB 7
thE'Yoman's clubhouse
Monday aircraft are the fiat rotary wing against yoU in the above entitled Pgs 35 & 40 nn _-_._-_nuu_ 4 44 43
ni -ht. Other officers chosen wereMr cause and EVERGLADES NEWS. arewsoarxr
type to be delivered for operationin I regularly published in Palm Lots 8 to 10 inc. Bock I).
?. Edward A. first vicepresident lakeview Ridge a* In PB
Je.ngen. Beach County. Florida. 1* hereby designated -
I commercial transportation. I In which this I 7 PCS 35 & 40 _.____nn__________ 4 44 43
: Mrs. Ellis Murphy, as the newspaper
---- Order shall be published once each Lots 11 & 12. Block 25.

oml vice president; Mrs. C. ec-I CALLED TO TALLAHSSEE I week for four consecutive wet'kl.i)' Colonial" F.!>tatt"a.... In

Wethenngton. Jr.. secretary ia'"ilPQ I IBt'ich" 'I PB 9 P 12 _________________________ 4-9 44 43
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Jernigan" of DONE AND ORDERED at West Palm
treasurer: Mrs. Kenneth TRUSTFES OF TIlE INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT -
Pam! Beach County. Florida
Canal Point were called to Tallahassee i : I
historian; Mrs. O R. Blt.ech. chaplain -i this. 27th dr of January A D. 1947 FUND OF THE STATEOF !
: Thursday of la-t week by J. Alex: Arrette f"lprkf the I FLORID
and Mrs. Arthur Spooner
,
BY J. ALEX ARNETTE
Circuit Court Palm Beach ,
the critical illness and death of
I
pr ('a1t-at-arm9. i Countv Florida Pub: February 7th.
: his father. W. P. Jernigan. Sr. I
Mrs. Lois MO'k1 appointed (Circuit: Court Senl
i Mrs. G. Lawton Sims; substituted Bv Thaddle P. Plant. Deputy I NOTICE
chairman of a committee to select Clerk I PALM BEACH COUNTY FLORIDA. FEBRUARY 7th. 1941.I .

a gM to represent Pahokee High I a tea: her at the Pahokee Elementary Thv1 Whlddenttornev I NOTICE IS HFREBY GIVES that pursuant to Section 9 of Chapter 18'.96.Laws .

School during Mrs. Jernitran's '\ for Plaintiff rf Florida Actof 1917 known a- toe MURPHY ACT. and In pursuance
School at the Auxil ary-sp'nsor- "ahoSee. Florida I of ChDt 206'58) laws of Florida. Acts. of 1941 known as the EVERGLADESDRAIN

ed "Girls State." Plans were made absence. 1 P-ib' Jan. :n. Feb 7. 14 21 1047 VIE DISTRICT ACT. the following described land, situated In Everglades -
Drainage Di-trlct In Palm Beach County. Florida will. be offered for
for a meeting on Feb. 17. I I .sale at public outcry for the highest and best cash. bid subject to the rights; of
NOTICE ; te tot-tE""f the Internal Improvement Fund and of the hoard of Commissioners -
------------------------------- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to Section 9 of Chapter 18296 cf Everglades Drainage District! to reject any and all bid., at the Courthouse -
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF 1r.vof Horlda Acts of 1937 known as the MURPHY ACT. the following beginning at 1000 Clock A M on the 14th day of March. 1947 A. to
L4NDOUNFKS OF PXIIOkrK: : I described land In Palm Beach County. Florida will be offered for sale at all lands outside the corporate limits of any municipality. as of this date title-
_ DRAINAGE DISTRICT public outcry for the highest and best cash bid. subject to the right of t.he to one half of all petroleum and three fourths of other mineral will tx reserved -
Notice In hereby given!: that. pursuant Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund to reject any and all bids at the i by Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund If lands are within said
to call of the Board of Supervisors of I I Courthouse beginning at 10.00 Clock A. M. on the 14th day of March. 1947. t corporate limits a* of this date the reservation applies, but privilege to explore
Pahokee Dralnatre District for the year As to lands outside any municipality easement lor road right of way 2OC I mine and develop will be conducted on and under land only with the consentof
1947 will be held at the office of said i feet wide will. be reserved from any parcel through which there Is ac I the surface owner
District In the Post Office Building at I existing state road. As to Ml land outside the corporate limits of any municipality ; Easement for road right of way 200 feet wide will be reserved by Raid Tru..-
Canal Point. Palm Beach County. acf this date title to one half of all petroleum and three fourths of I tees from any parcel through which there Is an existing. State road: and easement -

Florida on Friday. February 28. 1947. other mineral will be reserved; if lands are within said corporate limits as ol I for drainage; and reclamation and for road purposes will rx reserved by
at 2:30 O'clock In the afternoon for the this date the reservation applies. but privilege to explore mine and the Board of Commissioners of Everglades' Drainage: District Fifty percentSO
purposes of develop will conducted on aud under land only with the consent of the surface c ) of all oil gas and mineral right!: will be reserved by the Board of Commissioners -
I. Electing a Supervisor: owner I of Everglades: '' Drainage District
2. Receiving annual reports aud tak- DESCRIPTION Sec. Trp. Rgs Acr DESCRIPTION Sec Twp R$" Arr

ing such action with respect Lot 3. Block K. Northwuod \. Lots 4. 5. 6 & 7 . _________._ 30 41 39! 199
thereto as the landowners may Addition to West Palm Lot 25. Woodland Heights

determine; and Beach. florl 3 Transacting such other business as 71 as in PB 12 P 6 _______n_________ 9 43 43 Lot 29. Woodland Heightsas
may come before the meeting Lot 5. Block K. Northw BOARD OK SUPERVISORS OF Addition to West Palm Lot 31. Woodland Heightsas

PAHOKEF. DRAINAGE DISTRICTBy Beach. Florida. Plat No. tn PB 11 P 35 u.u_______________ 4 44 43
: R. Y. Patterson. President 7) as In PB 12 P 6 _un_____________ 9 43 43 Tract 20. Florida Fruit
Publish; Feb 7. 14. 1947 Lot 11. Block 6. North Lake Fruit Lands Company
--- ..- -- Worth as in PB 5 Pgs. Subdivision' n' .n.n__ ._._ 23 47 40 2TPtTRTFFS .

NOTICE OF APPLICATION" FOR 48 & 49 __ UP _un _u-___________ 15 44 43 OF THE INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTFUND "
TAX DEED Lot 5. Block 265. Town of OF THE STATE OF FLORIDABOARD
(House Bill No. 1862) Lake Worth as in PB 2 OF COMMISSIONERS OFEVERGLADES

NOTICE Is hereby given that Vernon Pages 29 to 40 Inc _________________. DRAINAGE DISTRICT
L. Horsman the holder of the following Lot 14. Block 275. Town of J. ALEX ARNETTE. AgE'nfor Trustees of the Internal. Improvement Fund and

certificates has filed besal< certificates -I Lake Worth as In PB 2 for Board of Commissioners of Everglades Drainage District Palm Beach

for a tax deed to issued Pages 29 to 40 Inc. --------..-------- County. Florida
thereon The certificate numbers and j Lot 3. Block 283. Town of Pub: February 7th. 14th k 21st. 1947!

years of Issuance the description of I Lake Worth as in PB 2 -.-.- -..- -

the property and the names in whichIt Pages 29 to 40 Inc ---------------... NOTICE OF INTENTION TO SELL LAND
was assessed! are as follows Ccrtlfl- Lots 3 SZ 4. Block 70. North NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to Section 15 (II.) Chapter 20658.
ate No. 1521. Year of Issuance June Palm Beach Plat 4 as In Laws of Florida Acts of 1941. and Section 67. Chapter 14717. Laws of Florid

1. A. D. 1944. Description of Property: PB 7 P 71 _-.___._ _--____________ 4 43 43 Acts of 1931 as amended by Section 11. Chapter 20658. LAW of Florida. Acts of
Lot 28. Block 50. Town of Lake Lots 45 & 46. Block 53. 1941. the following described land tn Palm Beach County. Florida to wit
Worth as tn P. B 2. Pg' 29 to 40 Addition West
Northwood
tore Name In which assessed ErikMae Acr.
Reason Palm Beach (Plats 1 toe DESCRIPTION Sec. TwpI Rea

Year of Issuance & 8 to 11 Inc) as in Lot 15. Block A. Town of
Certificate No 1552.
47 A 62 PB In PB 7
PB 8 Page South Bay as
June 1. A. D. 1944. Description of Prop- 9 Pages" 30 & 47. PB 10 P46 _______________________________ 14 44 34 17

rty Lot! 23 Block 111. Town or Lake P 11. PB 11 Pages 18. 38 Tract 22. Block 11. Palm
& 39. PB12P17&PB Beach Parms Company
Worth as In P. B 2. Pg's 29 to 40 14 P 14 _________________________ Plat No 3 .-_ II
ll
which assessed
m.
Inc: Name tn
Henry A Mary Randolph Oliver. Lot 25. Block 54. North- Tract 23. Block 11. Palm
the wood Addition West Palm Beach Farms CompanyPlat
All of said property being. in. 1 to 6 & 8 No. 3 ___________________ 19
County of Palm Beach State of Flor Beach (Plata
Block 11. Palm
Tract 24.
ida. to 11 Inc as to PB 8
shall be I 47 & &2. PB 9 Pages Beach Farms Company
Unless such certificate Pages PB 10 P 11. PB Plat No 3 ________-________________ 19
redeemed according to law the property 30 & 47.
described in such certificate. orCertificate 11 Pages 18. 38 & 39. PB Tract 25. Block 11. Palm

will be sold to the highest 12 P 17 & PB 14 P 14 u-------------- Beach Plat No Farms 3 ...___Company.........___________ 10
bidder at the Court House door on Lot 26. Block 54. North- Tract 26 Block 11 Palm
the first Monday In the month of wood Addition West Palm Beach Farms CompanyPlat
MARCH A. D.. 1947 which Is the 3rd Beach (Plats 1 to 6 & 8 13
NO.3 nnu_______________
dar. of March 1947 to 11 me) a* In PB 8 Tract 27 Block 11. Palm
Dated thts 28th day of January. Pages 47 & 62 PB 9 Pages
Beach Farms CompanyPlat
1947 30 it 47.PB10P11. PB No 3 n_. ___ ._______________ 19
J At EX ARNETTE Clerkof 11 Paces 18 38 & 39. PB .
the Circuit Court of 12 P 17 & PB 14 P 14 . ------------- S 472 5' of GOT Lot 2 Lying
Palm Beach County. Florida W of E boundary of L.
1.029.. Block 54 North- W. D D ___ .. __ __. .________u__ 9 44 41 9
wood Addition West Palm Lot 17 Okeecbobe Fruit

Circuit Pub Feb Court 7. 14.Seal 21.) 28 & Mar 8. 1947 Reach Pats: I to In 6 PB& 8 8 Lands Company SubdlT' ____..__ 4 U 30 3
to 11 lnc as
Lot 25 Block 3 Lake
62. PB 9 P te...
47 i-
Pages < *
IN TIIF. CIRCUIT COURT OF THEFIFTFFYTII Worth Heights as In PB7P23
CIRCUIT OF 304 47 PB10PIi PB 44 43

TIIF STATE jrnirm.OF n ORIO\. IVNO" It Pages 18 38 & 39. PB NF.". OF SW'. OP 'SEI;' .::::::::::::: It 45 36 19
12 P 17 PB 14 PH. ----------
--
FOR PIM! BF\rH ClHNTYIS E', of Tort 2<5 Block 12
CH\SCFRY LOb 213 214 Revised PUt Palm B oach Farms C m-

Case No IMJ cf Estates cf South Palm panT. Plat No 3 . .._uu" SLot
GERM UN PAUL ORMIsAt Beach as tn PB 7 P 33 ...---------- 6 Block 3 al\"atnT'f'

Plaintiff Lots 119 A. 120 Plat of [!Ioo1- I i .dd't'on! to ,,hokfj .-
-TC- rat Manor Add'tlon to j Florid n In PB I< P
JULlErTK ORNHW : Delray as in PB 12 P 59 ._________ 23 *5 4J 7" Being a S'Jhdlvl"1On ofI

""'f ndant Lot 109 to 117 Inc Plat I Tract. 18 RtdgewayBeach .. ..__ ._ It U IT .11
NOTICF TO tPPt:%R of IV.ray Manor Additionto j,
Graham 59.-___ M 4* 41 i Lot 12 "lor I 15 \VdKjo MIn
Juliette 12 P
To the Defendant tVl av as .n PB I PB II P 21 . ._______ 3.J 41 41
You are hereby: required to appear tn Ln 8 Block 259 Town of
7
Tract VI Blork
'A.2 o.
the above entitleditt for it'voroe on Lake Worth as in PB 2 .
24th 1947 else a ____ ______ Pam Beach Farms Company -
) Inc
or before February Pages 29 to k .u 1 Swill
Pat No 3 .__ u. __n__ _
IVore, Pro Confesso mill be entered Lots 1 A2 Block 4 Rase-

allatn4.ou I mfnt Park Delraf as In '20 44 41 he rf'r'Kl for *..:. at public ootrrr f,r the highest. and beat rash SIC AUt)-
Wltres my hand and the seal of PB 13 P co. . .-u-_ ----- feet to the ttjht c* .!}. Boart of Commissioners of fk.rgsdes! Df-alna.c. District
said Curt at Wet Palm Beach Florida Lets 23 A 54 Block 4 R.>*- to reject any and all bus at the Courthouse t- innt c at 10 CO OCZork A. Moo
18 1947 mont Park Delray "-4 inPB for drainage and reHitloa and
147 Easement
Janua-y :
; tie .4th day of March
4J
._....__ 2J N
\ J ALEX ARNETTE Clerk 11 P fO road p'trp<- will r- r-*f-t4 Fifty percent 15i>'\ > ol all oil fa awl mineral
Circuit Court I Lot 12 Block 20 North r-chU w'.:. aw ')f' rese'sed
Circuit Curt: Seal I lake Worth a* tn PB S U e'l&t'1 of CrxnraUcloKrr of Everglades>
BT Tbaddie P Plant i PK 41&49 ..---------- 15 4-4 D asa DUtrtct

Deputy Clerk Loltt 16 Block 35 VM No J A.s Ar&cttr; a* Agent for said
R C Prescott. Sollctwr tar: Town it Lake Worth Boar
'.- -- a* la PB 5 Pages 6 to
P'stnttrr 1Page
7th U.h k 21st
Pub Jan 24 A 31 & Feb 7 14 1M7 t lac. .-_. .-. __ ... -- --.-.-__n___ Pub Febay



February 7, 1947 The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Page ply
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along as well as;; could be expected -
.wrvQi He said that he is spending a Water Supply Is New Asylum Open Winter ien Plans

; great deal of time doing church Legislative Topic j Citrus Exposition

work. Dorr Field Arcadia
/ Mrs Paul Rardin plans to return LAKELAND: Representatives ;' WINTER HAVEN Gevernor

to her home in Canal Point of eight of the state's industriesand i Millard Caldwell has proclaimed

Several members of the Pahokee February 16 after spending several agencies formed a committeehere TALLAHASSEE-Dr. Stuart P. February 17-22, dates of the annual -

BTU gathered at the home of Mr. weeks with her parents Dr. this week Vandiviere of Bay Pines ,an Army (I Florida Citrus Exposition as
and Mrs Ralph Grimes for cookies and Mrs. W O Strickland in.. to initiate a pro- doctor until last week, was em- : "Florida Citrus Week.

and coffee following the Sunday Glennville, Ga. Her mother, who I gram seeking legislation to con- ployed by the cabinet Tuesday as ; John A. Smvely. Jr., president

night service. Among those present has been ill, is considerably im- -erve Florida's water supply. physician in charge of the new of the Exposition has announced

were Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wilk- proved.C. Adopting the name "Florida Mate hospital branch at Arcadia.J. : that this year's show will be more

inson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. L. Wilder, who recently returned Water Resources Committee" the H. Therrell superintendentof lavish in entertainment than ever

Starling Mr. and Mrs. Horace Un- from the St. Mary's hospital group elected Ernest Graham the state hospital at Chatta- before. On February 17, a new

win Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Mobergand inVest Palm Beach was Miami, representing the Florida hoochee who will have charge of Citrus QUE'E"nill be chosen froman

children Miss Clark Hull, able to be up town this week. C Dairy Industry Association, as the new institution said he and expected 100 entries, by Harry

Radford Wright, Ellis Wilkinsonand L. Submitted to a serious opera- permanent chairman, and desig- Dr. Vandiviere hope to have the Conover, head of the modeling

Roy O'Neal. tion and says he is getting alongas nated Lacey Thomas. Groveland Arcadia branch operating by the agency, and "Candy" Jones, famous -
i''
Mrs. Monroe Miller and son Lee well as could be expected. He representing the Florida Farm i middle of next month. I cover girl. They will be assisted -

Byron and Leonard Miller of has lost a great deal of weight Bureau to draft a bill stressing i The new institution, to be ,,; by Johnny Olsen. emcee of

Granbv, Conn. are expected to arrive but says that he has an excellent these three points. housed in converted buildings of the "Ladies Be Seated" program

this weekend for a visit with appetite and expects to regain this < 1) Organize techician" to makea the Army's wartime Dorr field,I.I which is aired daily over 202 stations -

Mr .and Mrs. George B. Ramey. lost weight in no time. study of water conditions in the was ready for occupancy nearly I I, and which will be broadcast

Edwin Rice and Charles Bake.-, Principal D. D. Caudill returned state. (2) This group to work two weeks ago but a physician from the Exposition grounds

University of Florida students, home Tuesday from St. Mary's under Herman Gunter state geo- could not be found. I j I Another unique event will be a

visited relatives here this week. Hospital. West Palm Beach wherehe logist, with a view to expansion of Aged mental patients from the grapefruit throwing contest to be

Mr. Baker will be accompanied recently underwent an appen- that department. (3) That $150.- Chattahoochee hospital and adult held on February 19.
back to Gainesville this weekend dectomy.Mr. 000 be requested for the first two inmates of the state farm colonyfor 'W. _

by his wife. Mrs. Dorothy Wood and Mrs. J, D. Rogers had years' work.Timber . feeble-minded at Gainesvillewill I t ODE TO THE FUTURE
Baker, who has resigned her position as recent guests his brotherinlaw - - be moved to the south Florida When I am up and 'round about.
institution to relieve I And not in bed like a lazy lout,
at the office of the Conservation
Bryant
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ed
ing at the older overcrowd-I I'll make a bee-line for home
U. S. Sugar Corporation.Mrs. Woods and Thomas
Bishop of Is Chamber I
TonicJACKSONVILLEThe -- - And from that place I ne'er will
Ora W. Powell has as a Fort Pierce.BPWC .
-- roir::
house" guest her mothf>r-in-law.1_n __ Would Increase I
.
-- research
Mrs. Lucian Williams of Collins
and industrial division of the Florida Citrus Fruit Sales I'll taKe the broom and big dustpan -
Ga. Meets At
State Chamber of Commerce,
Mrs. Laura Vorhees of Indianais Home Of llrs.rann n a statement released here this' LAKELAND--The nation's retail And I'll sweep the house to beat
visiting her son and daughter- week to the increased band
pointed urgency food stores will support the the ;

in-law Canal Mr.Point.and Mrs. Boyd Vorheesin Eu>the Phillips of Lake Worth, for the carrying out of long Florida citrus industry in full, in I I'll wash the windows and the
range; timber (conservation addingtha order floors I'll wax
to increase sales of preceded I
diistrict director of Business and
Miss Carol Schroder of Phila- tpresent production is still and fresh citrus fruits, it was And throw out the boxe. and old
delphia Pa., is spending two weeks Professional'oman's Clubs, was
eight per cent below that of 1943. : announced here thi week paper sacks.
with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and : guest of honor and speaker at a "Tabulation of the volume of Details ofthe program were I

Mrs .R. J Schroder, in Pahokee.Mrs. buffet supper meeting of the Everglades lumber production figures being worked out by citrus representatives -; From off the stove I'll scrape the
\V. H. May Sr., has returned B&PWC at the home of
available for only the first nine
I with officials of the National I grease
to Lakeland after a two weka' Mrs \\'. II. Vann Tuesday night. i months of 1916, how a total of Association of Food Chains and i, (I know this job will never cease)

visit here with her son and daugh- Mrs Phillips spoke on "The Meaning 116R40OOO board feet out during the Independent Food Distributors Out of the ice box I'll dig the

ter-m-liw. Mr. and Mrs. W H. of the Club Emblem," illus- that tim('. Contrstingth the I Council at Chicago recently. I mold

Mav. Jr. trating her talk with a giant-size Florida low national productionvas I The retail groups will Hunch I I I And, mv dear hubby I will not

Dr. and Mr. R. Sam Mosley and emblem. I only two pE"rent<< below I I I national programs from Feb 13 to scold.

children have returned to Miami Conditions at the CrippledChildren's I'MS." the Chamber said. 1. 22 featuring fresh grapefruit; and

after a visit with her parents. Mr. Home in Umatilla w\re' -- lemons from March 6 to 15 featuring I'll run out the roaches and hunt
and Mrs L .L. Stuckev., in Paho- by'' fresh for mice..
explained to club members Fossils ttrart oranges, and from
kee. John T. Pickett, Sr., who asked for April 10 to 19 featuring canned And hoo the weevil out of the
Mr. and Mrs Elmer Jones hadas Scientist Park
To
j citric and to rice".
donations of clothing linen. furniture -; I juices develop aearround
a guest the past week Reeves whole lot
I'll do and
or cash :Nola Dragon was : merchandising' program All this a
Crews Wauchula.. I of rect'iving'I SARASOTA Mvakka River in cooperation with the in- more
appointed in charge
Mr and Mrs. Ed T. Jones had as State Park, 17 miles southeast cf dustry. When my Thoracoplasty I* not so
contributions.
their guest the past. week her I Sarasota, becoming a center of Those attending the Chicago sore
brother Chuck Davis of Cleveland. Clark Hull. program chairman attraction for scientists because meetings were Marvin H. Walker, Written by Mrs R \\-. Bower
I announced for tea I II
a party
Ohio. plans rf its fossils Supt. Allen I-akeland. manager of the Florida : patient at the T. B Hospital'
Mrs. Ella A. Seller of Ashford I for new club members to be held said this week. Three interna-I I Citrus Producers Trade Association Orlando, Fla., Jan. 1947.

Ala., is' visiting her son and daugh at the woman's clubhouse on tionallv known figure in that i : Murl E. Pace, Orlando general ; ----

ter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Terry L. March 16 from 4 to 5 p. m. Plans; field have just left after an extended manager of the United Growers The Florida State Fair, at Tam-

Sellers, in Pahokee. were also announced for the club's stay. They announced a and Shippers Association, and pa through February 15 will pay

Carney Wilder, student at St. annual installation banquet to be woman scientist from Australia hi C. C. Rathbun Tampa executive out more than J40.000 in premiumsthis

Leo !';school spent a brief vacation held at Hotel Pennsylvania inVest I now en route to Florida to visit I secretary of the Florida Canners year the largest prize figure

<< with his parents. Mr. and \ Palm Beach on April 15. I the park. Association, in its history

Mrs C L. Wilder Sarah Thomas gave a report on I Heretofore the park has been I

Roy Kautz has gone; to St. the recent district meeting which best known because of it* primeval -

Louis Mo. to enroll as a studentat she attended at Ocean Club. Cleo character and because' its area L.4I L.4I

the University of St. Louis. I Douthit reviewed Dr. Osgood's recent is almost as great as that of all
Mrs. Homer J. Clause and lecture on "What Young of the other state parks combined Dr. A. C. Wilhelm Jr.

grandson Jack Stanley, spent the People are Thinking" The Myakka River traverse the

weekend visiting her son and Barbara McNamara presenta park and there are great areas Optometrist -
daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. that attract waterfoul of virtualIv -
program on "International Relations" -
Wendell Harris and other relatives ever species Some areas of
Examined Glasses Fitted
at the next social meeting Eyes
said world travelers ,
in Sanford.Mr. the park are by
which will be held at the home of
and Mrs. I. J. Frasure Sr.. Willola Friend. to be identical with the Afri- EVENING APPOINTMENTS FOR

had as a guest the past week her can veldt.
Edith Cross Charlotte Walstonand - OUT OF TOWN PATIENTS
sister Mrs. Harold Wilson of
Claremore. Okla. Doris Carter were hostessesat STATE OFFICIAL SPEUCS l\lailln Your Broken Glasses

Mrs. A. Roswell Harrington returned the buffet supper which preceded WINTER PARK-Rollin S. Atwood -

to her home in Canal Point the meeting. Nora Tigrettof chief of economic research. For Prompt Repair

Lake Worth, Louise Dulany of of State, speaking at
from the Everglades Memorial Department
212 N. ANDREWS AVE. PHONE 192
Wednesday. Clewiston and Mr. and Mrs. JohnT. the 12th annual economics conference -
Hospital on
FT. LAUDERDALE FLA.
Pickett here last ,
Mrs Frances Moose had as a were guests. at RolJin.Co1JE'Ke

house guest over the weekend Mrs. week, stated that It would require
"international cooperation of the
Tucker of Lake Worth.A
C. (Tony) Ldbhart has been "Too Much Talk" Is highest order" for Latin-American

ill at his home In Pahokee the Theme Of Address countries to achieve full development 1
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week of their resources"LatinAmerican I
past I II
musthnf'
and Mrs. George A. Riddleof nation
Mr.
WINTER HAVEN-Dr. Catherine th ebenefit of stable currencies I : Authorized Dealers
Abingdon. Va. are spending
Abbey Hanna. noted Winter drastic I
against
.
three weeks here the guests of Mr. protection ,
and Mrs Paul Riddle. Park educator and former faculty, fluctuations In commodity prices WISCONSIN AIR COOLED ENGINES I

Mr and Mrs. D. W Belyeu hav member at Florida State College !t and the disruptive effect of alternate : ALSO REPAIR PARTS i
for Women addressed an audienceof i period of inflation," Atwood
returned to Miami after a visit: :
and daughter- 300 at Central School au+-tor- decalredPerrv ) NEW PORTARLE WELDER. Enabdinjj us to I
visit with their son
ium last week, -
declaring that :
in-law. Mr and Mrs Osborn Bel- do any Kind of Steel Construction at any place ;
American foreign policy is aged I
and other relatives in Pihokee TCuvs Another
veu.
on 'too much talk and too little ,
i I Manufacturers Of
consistent action i Florida Weekly Paper
Mr and Mrs R Elliott have returned Speaking on the subject "What IRRIGATION AND DRAINAGE PUMPS :

from Miami where they .' of the Road Ahead"" Dr. Hannastated QflNOY The Gadsdei County HYDRAULIC MOLE DRAINS
were business! itors for severaldivs !
that "America faces the Times. -vear-oH Qumcv weeklywr WEED CHOPPERS
choice of ore world or two---eitheri : : has: been acquired bv the
Mr. c R'r.ten is patient : united world under the UNO or John H Perry interests it was : WE MANUFACTURE EVERYTHING THATS

at Good smantan hospital in two wC"'rl'l.mld... up of Anclo- : in"r"'i<*!'f"o' t"t" week\ h"Vril" n .
MADE OUT OF IRON FOR USE IN
West' Palm Reach this week '
I! Americana and the Russian
group Kt"I1puNi hf'r of the Panama:
Mr and Mr*. Claude S Jrmes" and theitelhtes There be : THE GLADES
can City :NewHerild The paper: was 1 1I
hid! a.o priests Mi>mliv iieM her ro middle ground" rurchaeed from the Q'ltncv Pub- I

1>brotrer-in-law- sister Mr and ---- --L- t h!'hme Cn "parv Kelly said that AGENT TOR 3-V CRIMP AND CORRIGATED:

Mrs David Jones of Arcadia \\'FL.te! !' Tampa Tribune Radio V r* McFarl'n! wouU continue aseditor. ALUMINIUM ROOFING
J. E. Altman. former
resident of
Station will broadcast duly .
final Point and now hvirsr at Oxfo"d from the Florida State Fv.r Feb I _ .-

Fl\! .. was a business visitorin ruary 4-15. and a number of ertertainmsr Ttal retr: !'t'tirtn nt I'riversltv{ Canal Point Machine Works

t-e Pahokee and Canal Point and educational programs i| of Tampa for the *vor.I semester! .

area the fiat of the week Mr. have been *'c"veduled to ort natf" 'i arc!:(!ine rrM! clv* e9. will be < CANAL POINT PHONE 331-: O. BOX 466Friday :
Altman reports' that his farthing in the Flower Building !tuJt.">* on ;, more than! 13
operations in that area are moving the Fair Ground 1 i, r. r NanrPre'idr::t
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Page Six The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, February 7, 1947

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ed Thursday-Friday with Clifton Sylvia Jones and Barbara Ver- Chief Petty Officer and Mrs.E. .

IMPRESSIVE FLORIDA EXHIBIT Webb, William Bendix and Mark tommen, pupils at Rosarian Academy R. Vorhees and daughter Pa-
West Palm Beach, spent the tricia Ann of Roanoke, Ala., are
1+ w7Fw e-r attrffir3ter -- .-........ ., .,.; Stevens in the starring roles and weekend in Pahokee visiting their the guests of his brother and sist
.,.' Kurt Krueger, Cathy Downs Reed parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jones erinlaMr.. and Mrs. Boyd Vor-
.,. s ; aacr11.r Hawley and Constance Collier and Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Vertommen. hees. and Mr. and Mrs. Grady
(r y r w 4d lending excellent support in the EchoLs in Canal Point.

unreeling of this first-rate drama
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YvYxs'rte'' 'XS.. 4Q -s R "Dark Corner."
roa a
"Dark Corner" is an excitement-
packed story of a love tinged with
the darkness of impending terror,
SHIPMENT OF
the film is one of the most unusual -
dramatic treats of the year.

Saturday, on the double fea-
tured program comes Bonita
Granville Morgan Conway, in the I Fresh CottonSeed
lead, and Rita Corday and Don

Douglas in the featured spots unreeling -.
x- a strange tale of tense
) t2r" S A'w drama under the title "The Truth MealJUST
Abou tMurder."

On the same bill Allan Lane and
.
4 Linda Stirling gallop through a i
'- Western thrillster under the title ARRIVED
t
"Topeka Terror."
,
R See you at the movies Mai.
F
., t -wy I __.
I
McClure Girls Go To I

'sSMies Coral Gables PositionsThe I B. S. Waring :

Misses' Ruby Jane and Virginia i i ,

McClure ha\-e pone; to Coral iI I Phone 3611 South of FEC Depot '
Gables after !"spending: several i

weeks here with their parents, Mr.and .
Mrs. O. B. McClure.
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Ruby Jane has enrolled in theEmbryRiddle
-
Inter-American Col- ,
lege where she will take a sixteen I I II I

Florida, of the New York World's Fair, greeted fruit and I week course in the study of foreign Ii''
i'i'I
vegetable men at their convention In Palm Beach recently a. I I languages. ,
has accepted the position -
boater of the Vernon E Ramsey exhibit which was designed bj Virginia of the Ponce de
of manager
Carl W. Brown to portray the state's fruit and vegetable industry. I Leon High School cafeteria. She I I' Join The Throngs

I is a graduate of hte University of
head. Alabama where she specialized in

Cinematic ChatterBy Tuesday-Wednesday brings a I I nutrition and dietetics. Following -I' Attend the
double fl'atureith Joan Davis, i an internship at Walter Reed
I
Malcolm Millar
Jack Oakie and Mischa Auer in Hospital for 10 months she joined
.. the starring roles, presenting one the staff of the Statler Hotel
I may say with truth that Barbara of the funniest pictures Joan has chain operating hotel cafeteriasin Dog Racesat

Stanwyck is rapidly becoming -: made, under the title "She Wrote Detroit and Cleveland She is a
Fildom's "woman of menace"and the Book." This is quite true, for member of Alpha Chi Omega So-

I think you'll agree with me i' Joan, as a blushing writer, does rority. the
when you see her in her latest' write a book and then she tries . -
thrill picture "The Strange Loveof to live it. chapter by chapter.

Martha Ivers", which is due on You will groan with laughter over i Funeral Services Held Palm Beach '
the screen of the Prince Theatre the many "screwball" situations
this Sunday and Monday. Her I that arise before the final of the For Sam Joyce '

leading man is Van Heflin, and show. Kennel ClubNIGHTLY
Lirabeth Scott is the "keystone"in I The second picture up is "Wild Funeral services for Sam Talton ,

tht drama, which spells murder Beauty", which stars and features I Joyce Sr., 55, pioneer resident of 1
Skillfully planned.The Don Porter Lola Collier, Jacqueline Canal Point were held in the 1i
story tells of the warpedlife I deWitt George Cleveland, chapel of Berry's Funeral Homeat i

of a woman who committed and one of the cleverest horses 10 a. m.. Saturday, with Rev. :

murder as a child, a crime which that has been seen in a picture.All Carl A. Moberg pastor of the
forces her to live a life of wicked- lovers of the outdoors will love First Baptist Church Pahokee, of-
(except Sunday)
ness. The situation comes to a this story of an outcast boy and ficiating.Mr. .
climax when she fears that the an outlaw horse, which will give Joyce died at the Everglades r

truth about her will be revealedby you many heart tugs and a lot of Memorial Hospital on

a man who comes out of her thrilling excitement throughout its Thursday afternoon of last week FIRST RACE 8:15 P. M.
past. The finale of this show will screening. following an illness of several ;

raise the hair right up on your Lucille Ball is due to be screen- months. He came to Canal Point
Daily Double-2nd & 3rd Races
from Quitman Ga., in 1917 and
.. -
was well Known in this area as a
I commercial fisherman. Ten Quinieila Races

Survivors include one daughter,
::1 Mrs. William Henry Rogers, Pa-
Be j NO MINORS ADMITTED
sure BRUBAKERS .Before ;I hokee: one ,on, Sam Talton Joyce.
; Jr.. Bradenton: a granddaughter;
To See You: Buy !I I Sandra Rogers Pahokee: three Opposite Morrison Field

WEST PALM BEACH sisters Mrs. Blanche Willin

I ii'ii'I' Tallahassee" Mrs. Kate ham'l West Palm Beach Admission 25c

I I Lake Wales Mrs. George
)LK."t'n HOME TilE CENTER OF ATTRACTIONKITH ,
I'I Fort Lauderdale and a .
.\ NEW PIANO"Wurlitzer" .
II! James G. Joyce Tallahassee. !
I "Gulbransen" & I Pallbearers were C. R. "'etherI ,

I'i '! I in ton. Sr., Frank Waller. Francis i
i "Winter" Pianos :
: Cross Sr., Francis Cross Jr.. M
I' Available l for rompt delivery ;' I I L. Lairiey and Louis Cowart. I
I' ALSO Burial wa.= at Port MavacaCemetery
; I with Th>rry' Funt'ral/j ; I
i :MirrApianos, Rebuilt Uprights and I' jj !
Home of arrangementssf i
in charge j
: I
Fine Grands I __.___. I !

New four-octave ESTEY Organs f John James Adams I ., I I
li' I'I'i
i; nan enough for any apartment or trailer
"' Immediate Delivery I Died On Saturday I II I II

I -- I! A Servant of the Glades
John James Adams.: 74, died at
Ju.What You've Been For
Waiting I Goo! Samaritan Ho'plta1.'t'st .
Now They're Waiting for you Palm Bearh on Saturday. Feb 1, I
K.\IIO Many of the Fine RecordIttxtml I : after :a brief illness For the past'five ,
ToMiami: i if
I I' 1'I.A\Klis and Albums, vou've wanted I', i' years Mr Adam made his 4 Buses :
_ COMBINATIONS are"now '
!o long in our I
I : home with his son-in-law and To W't' .t Palm Keach
: HOME : stock.
UECJOKDEKS ''
|, i i j dauehter. Mr and Mrs H, G. Mc-
j, : Gouirk. in Sand Cut and Pahoke Daily To Ft :Mvers & lakeland
With Pleasure and i'dt't' ,<:nnn:: our appointment j I F'i.reral! and burIal services were

as r\rlusi\e reprrstrtative for |11 held at FlorelU. Ala.. on Tue! lavI ,

I, SCOTTTHE I I f, Berry's Funeral Home wm

i'' UOUIJ KINHxT \m-I'IIOSGlt\I'1i I'' charge of arrangement. Glades Motor Lines, Inc.
I Survivor include two daughters.
I :
In stock for tmmed.ate delivery12CW I '
Mrs McGoutrk. Pahokee. ar.d Mr
'
I SER\'ING THE

I''' I., William eight son Adams.W J. CO Layette. and L.Ala.H: '
BRUBAKER MUSIC CO. I
|I' Adams. Pahokre.: C. B. J D and GLADES"I
Adams. Unette. Ala : J. H !j I
t
Datura St. West Palm Beach ",! Adam. Oakland. Calif and D A. : I

"The Palm Beaches Most Complete: Music Store : Adam Indiantown, Fla: also
I: l three brothers one sister and j 1
------------ several grandchildren.



February 7, 1947 The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Page Seven

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Four Names AddedTo I Donald Padgett -and Billy 1 Commissioners Aid county attorneys: and other of-

Stuckey enrolled at the Universityof
:, licials. with a sprinkling of senators -
Bible Class RollFour
Florida on Tuesday. They were Dependent Children
i i and representatives attended
accompanied to Gainesville by

were added to the mem- Mrs. Duncan Padgett and Mrs. TAMPA-The State Associationof the conclave.

bership of the Pahokee Men's Charles Moran. County Commissioners in session Addressing: the convention last

Mr. and Mrs. H. Lawrence Jau- Bible Class last Sunday thanks to'I' here this week voted to support Friday Governor Caldwell expressed
the efforts of those interested. The
don of Pahokee announce the birthof a note of pessimism regardingFlorida's
the of the
State
program
a daughter Vera Jane at the goal of two hundred was not lost
Everglades Memorial Hospital on sight of, and with the present Classified Ads Welfare Board for aid to dependent prospects of meeting its

Friday Jan. 31. spirit of enthusiasm should find children. The motion intro- growing needs without additional

Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Collins of this objective not far of fruition duced by Commissioner Moore of taxes.

Pahokee announce the birth of a within the near future. The con SEPTIC tanks and grease traps Hillsborough gives the Board an 'Certainly the state does not
cleaned and repaired. Phone alliance with one of the most have on hand or in ight enough
daughter. Barbara Louise, at a test continues to find Paul Watson
3872. Bob Douthit. powerful political in the to grant- even a substantial
Pahokee. M17c groups money
and his
Bartow hospital on Sunday Feb. 2.Mr group in the lead with 45
State.A portion of the requests." the
and Mrs. E. J. Amdee of points. Following in order are FOR SALE: Fine display of New
total of 173 commissioners; Governor said.
Belle Glad eannounce the birth of Leo Wroten with 43, Max Beverly and reconditioned trailers. Small

a daughter, Sharon Ann, at the! with 40. Al Belcher with 37, How- down payment balance like rent.

Everglades Memorial Hospital on ard Holman and Horace Unwin
We have three lots and carry a ----I
Sunday, Feb. 2.Mr. with 33 each. Jack Spell with 28 Seventy-five: thousand dollars i

and Mrs. Tolly Youngbloodhave and J. W. Upthegrove enjoying the sto' Jwe: surely can solve your BELMONTGardenia

taken into their home for title. "The Tale", with 23 points. housing problem. Arthur Trailer

adoption a baby boy :Michael Tol- Because of the interest it was Sales. East main St. Pahokee. PlantsREADY

iver born Jan. 25. voted unanimously to extend the Open from 10 a. m. So 9 p. m.
- contest thru March and including daily including Sunday. tfch FOR SPRING BLOOM 18 INCHES

Quartet Member Easter Sunday, after which the TO 21/2! FEET
four high will be enter- FOR SALE: New Chrysler indust-
groups
Honored At PartyThe tained at a fish fry by the four rial power unit starter and gen- $3.50 Per PotCall

low erator and automatic shut-off
This the
groups. Sunday
3471 Address Box 805, PahokeeMrs.
Phone 531 4002 Canal Point. tf
Pahokee First Baptist teacher. Rev. C. A. Moberg will or

Ladies Quartet entertained with a teach the lesson "The Feeding of WANTED -- ---
Chevrolet
: Experienced Van J. York
buffet supper at the home of :Mrs. the Five Thousand." The lesson .
mechanic also body and paint
Ralph Grimes Tuesday evening should prove of much interest. The man. Permanent Job. ContactO. ''-\II OKEE

honoring Mrs. Charles A. Baker question of whether or not this O. Gilbert at Christian Chevrolet - -- --

a member of the quartet who>> was literal food will be discussed.The .
Pahokee
company in or phone
leaves this week for Gainesvilleto
Class
Quartet will
presenttwo Pahokee 2371 or 4841. N29ch
join her husband who is a student selections. A most cordial ... D DD DCIDDDDDDC ip

at the University of Florida. invitation is extended to all un- COME IN" and see the New Electric I1'JI"'P'

During the evening new recordings affiliated men and visitors of this I Lawn :Mower now on dem-

of the quartet's songs, recent- area. The class meets Sundays at onbtiation. So easy to operate

ly made in :Miami were played 9:45 in Fellowship Hall on Ba-I, you merely plug in, switch on EvergladesHouse tI

and Mrs. Baker was presentedwith com Point Road.Discuss motor and Whizz-the grass is cut

a lovely gift. regardless of height. Christian
Those attending were :Mr. and ..------ Chevrolet Pahokee Fla. Phone of Beauty

:Mrs. T. W. Knight. :Mr. and :Mrs. 2371. StDlSch K
Plans For
..1.Y.. Wood Mr. and :Mrs. Ralph --- --- -- -
Grimes and daughter Rebecca. A Woman's AuxiliaryMembers I FARM LOANS from $5.000 up on

:Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Wood. Mr. and I well improved land and cattle Machineless, hooter and
and I ranches. 4 1-2 percent interest,
Mr?. Charles A. Baker. Rev. of American Legion '
and Mrs. C. A. i 10 to 20 years to pay. Prudential Cold Waving iJ
:Mrs. C. A. Moberg Post 242 at a meeting in the Canal E
hive.I'TIST. Point Insurance Company of America.
Woman's clUb building Monday -
-- i I I by C. A. Bailey Solicitor Belle
PARTY night discussed plans for organizing I 1 ALL 1>lust:, W IUal"T,1"14Tl"la:
.\ OA.. Woman's Auxiliary tt Glade. JZ-ttf.
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IN FELLOWSHIP IL\LL was decided to hold a meeting of TIRES, TUBES.' Batteries and ac-

Friday night in Baptist Fellow- Legionnaires and their wives in ,;,I cessories. Easy terms Henderson Manicuring and Pedicuring

ship Hall. :Mrs. R. Grimes. Leader, the near future for the purpose o*; Texaco Station Pahokee.

gave a party to her G. A. membersand forming- the auxiliary the date to J24tfch OPFN: EVENINGS KY APPOINTMENT

friends. Following the playingof be announced.It .

several games. refreshmentss was announced that Post 242 FOR SALE: New granite 3-4 ton

were served to Sandra Long Bob- I will sponsor a musical program by Trailer Steel frame and body

by :Moberg. Wynell Gillis Joan the Sunny South Quartet to beheld with complete couplings and tail Phone 4292LAKE

Hadid. Barbara Hadid. Stella Sue in Canal Point the latter partof lamp. A bargain. Christian Chev-

Barnes Ina Fay Wade Bergetta this month. The membership rolet. Phone 237. Pahokee Fla. tf SHORE DRIVE

Wade Rose Marie Henderson committee reported a membershipof CANAL POINT
FOR SALE: 2 bed room New
Shirley Watson Carol Sarpenter 50. Twenty-five veterans at- Concrete Block Stucco house
Donna Jo Spooner, Rita Abowd tended the meeting CommanderRoy ,
offered to veterans only George QI I
Ruthlyn Kemp Juanita Garris. Pope presided. "' ...
Ferguson Phone 4251. Pahokee.
Lois Sullivan. Edna Unvsin. Buddy
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Moberg. Buddy Peeples. Gene Ca-

ruthers. Bill Hatton. Daniel Evenings Of Fun FOB SALE: Modern three bedroom

Howei. Charles McCurdy. Philip For FellowshipThe I bungalow on Bacom Point

Dulany, Calvin Padgett. Don Road close in. in excellent condition -
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Adams Bill :Miller. Bobby Schroder possession immediately
Methodist Youth Fellowshipof ;
and Jack Boland. The Mesdames priced to sell.; See Dr. L. W. Armstrong
the Canal Point Church meet
Dan Carpenter and C. A. Pahokee, Fla. J31tf
recently at the home of Mr. and
Moberg assisted.
. -v Mrs. D. L. Hooks. In an atmosphere FOR SALE: Six room three bed-

CIRCLE MEETS of friendly interest the room modern home large front P sKyoeIde

Members of the Lottie :Moon young men and women enjoyed porch back porch good condition
Circle First playing games arranged by the lot 50x150. Price $4750. Terms
Baptist WMU
at ameeting
minister and Mr. and Mrs. Hooks. Dan Carpenter, Pahokee.FOL'R .
at the church
Monday The Fellowship was divided into
made plans to send three girls to
ROOM furnished house
sides headed by Billy Jernigan and
the YWA house party to be held
Max Wilson. Those present at the semi-modern, large lot. $2400.
at Lake Osborne camp. The group Dan Carpenter, Pahokee.
team Sarah .
party on Billy's were
also planned for a week of prayer
the first week In March. Dart. Frank Rosenberg. Elwood FOR SALE: Furnished :5 room

Mrs. Stella Mullis wa in chargeo Dart. Tom Dickson, Stanley modern horn, close in, large
Hooks James Sims Otis Boland
fthe front and back $7500.
program which Included s porch porch.
study of portions of the book of"Genesis" and Vernell Browning. Those on Terras. Dan Carpenter Pahokee.
Max' team were Russell Sims.
and a talk on Stewardship" -
by Mrs. H. L. Speer. Benny Sims. Mary Ellen Sims. FOR SALE: ;

Mary Helen Hooks, Joann Rosen 1. One completely rebuilt Bosrt
e/lafulal CRYOLITE
Mrs. Carrie Rogers of Dover. berg. Patsy Maxson Bettye En- Injector pump for TD6 Inter-

Fla.. has arrived in Pahokee for a finger- and Gloria Stuart. national Tractor. roraw n.cwrtS

visit with her son-in-law and These same teams will competein 2. One new Radiator Core for KrrotideAldZu'tat Kills many chewing insects!

daughter Mr. and Mrs. H. L. the weekly contest of attendance TD6 Tractor.

games. Bible quizzes, etc 3. Four Clamp Trucks almost 1
Jaudon and
family. High control at low cost !
until the second week of April rewj CRTOimlWSCCTICIOEfp

at which time the winners' will be j 4. 1000-1200( Celery field bore
Also available mixed with
the guests of the loners at a Fellowship -I lightly u.-ed.

Banquet 'I! 5. One Seaman's Tiller 3 copper or sulphur.
I G. One Sure-Rain outfit.
After an p'pntngof fun. the

Dr. R. Creech Jr. hOlt and hostess gave the "Come I 7 One" Oliver 41 Plow. --ii Ask your mixer !

and Get It'" Call to the group :1..." ALL PRICES REASONABLE See I'

the refreshments were broueht this equipment at our South Bay

OptometristNew out. Other !such evenings of fund i( Farm KNIGHT FARMS. South OR GIVE 'EM A DOSE OF PENCO DDT INSECTICIDES I

are planned for the near future Bay, Fla.
Elsberry i -- --- -- ---- -- -- Four IVnco DDF in'<*rliriil,-'" are imv.ataihl.tr .
-.- : ;?IOIEI.for sale" A good one. : fens tt II-T.O. 14'nn, IW-'O

BuildingBelle \\ Ml' MEETINGThe pet in touch with Rupert Mock I linen Kniiil-ioti: ( uncrnlratr. P,'rim ( it-
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in Pahokee Itp lit ..
|pr-.1' miMilt tour !Ii lriliuli fur

Florida \\' Il" met at the home of FORLE: : F-20= Farnill six-foot miner a* to the application. of th,..... |iro.J.'
Glade Mr O<:car C' .astl\in. M,>ndiv. Jan. '' url In .. riiir N.ri .
tindT. disc. four Cole planter" tour j pr nr r >
27 The pre<'iJ 'nt. Mr*. Pcniirps.
and four O>le" distributor and +
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presided It wa decided to forma
Mail in
repairs miscellaneous tooL't't' J. F
new society for tie businesswomen
Wadlell. Pahokee Via F2c::
or to meet at night Refreshments - -- M H s vt VAXiA SA TM
of strawberry shortcakeand EVERGI.\imx Hor:>K OF
M/ >\A oAi
A-t : u N c c PANT
replacements coffee were served bv It* BEAUTY I

hostese to 1C members pre_r.t All Phase of Beauty Culture! .

The next meeting will N held Phone 4292 WtOTMU MJKOMC. H AD irHUk 7 PA.Friday .

Monday Feb. 10. at the church. Lake Shore Drive Canal Point '



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: eight years. They need more attention-more repairs-and t

more adjustments for safe driving.

I. Can you be sure your car will stop at a dangerous intersection :
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efficiently adjusted for quick emergency stops? Don't wait
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I : SAFELY safety equipment. Check brakes, steering gear, wheel align-

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I : LIVE You are at the mercy of a ton of fast moving metal. At 40

I LONGER miles per hour it requires 128 feet for a safe normal stop

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