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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 28, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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February 28, 1947 I F PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT By PAUL RARDIN.



CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY


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I PHONE CO. SEEKS 50 PCT. RAISE BELLE GLADE;; 20 PCT. PAHOKEE I



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I I Harness Track Is The Southern Bell Telephone
I "March To Church In March" Is Slogan
('ompan L. seeking a raise in
RECENT Voted In On Tuesday I II rates in the state \\hi"hill II

OPERATIONSI I materially affect the Lake Okeochertiee Pahokee-Canal Point Churches During
I County voters by a majority of Region where a great

Threetooneoiced then approval deal of dissatisfaction ha been l
Present Drive To Stimulate Attendance
By Paul din Tuesday in special election of a I' expressed M"niee'being recently over rendered the inadequate -- I

harness racing track to be builtin -
lithe I larch.--;
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West Palm Beach. Pahokeewas I companj. "March: to Church in are being brought face to face
The dedicated a In Belle Glade the company the watchword of the Church Attendance
power company
the only precinct in the coun- with the need for Christian families -
will ask for a 50 percent increase Drive the Pahokee- :
new power plant in Riveria Tues- the track. The by
ty voting against in business and inPatfokee and Christian individuals in
phones
Canal Point Ministerial A
day afternoon. Bigwigs and little vote there was 54 against and 51 the increase being tion. In this effort to socia-I' our world today. Those without
in favor. At Canal Point the vote
wigs of the power company city t>oOuJhtill amount to nearly 20 great number of people in our church membership are being invited -
was 22 for and 21 against. Belle
and county officials were in at percent.As communities never before reachedby cordially and sincerely to the
Glade voted 63 to 26 in favor ot
tendance. Hundreds of folks inspected an example, a business the work of the church and all church of their prfeerence.
the track while Chosen favored it
; the handsome new plant. 18 to 8. phone in Pahokee now costs those not now active in the programs Throughout the entire month ol
In South Bay the vote
The same group heard FPLPresi-! S4.6O (less federal and city tax) of the churches, full cooperation March special emphasis will be
was 12 to 6 in favor of the track
dent MacGregor Smith praise the and the company seeks to raise between all Protestant brought to bear on the place of the
man under whose direction the while 6 Lake Harbor's vote was 18 this price 9Oc up to $5J; >0. churches in the area is being family and the individual in the
to in favor.
plant will be operated-R. D. I --- ---. In Belle Glade the raise per shown. I world today and the need for

"Dick" Hill manager of the east- month amounts to a dollar more The towns of Pahokee. Canal Christian (consecration. Services

ern division. Other speakers on New Power Plant than in Pahokee and the com- Point and Bryant have already and sermons will be built around

the program were loud in their Dedicated TuesdayOne pany seeks to raise the business been surveyed in a house-to-house'' the mutual program of all Protestant -

praise for Dick and the splendidjob phone price (lesfederal and canvass by volunteer teams from churches to make Christianity -

he has done in West Palm city tax) from $3.60 to the new all of the churches involved. The an ever-growing factor for
of the world's finest
Beach and on the east coast for plantsfor price of $5.50 an increase of census cards used list all familiesand righteousness in all of life.

the company. They didn't fail to generating electricity was $1.90 per month or around 50 all members of each family The churches and ministers who

tell the "powers that be" of the formally opened Tuesday. Febru- percent. their church preference or mem- are sponsoring this work include:
25, at Riviera West
that Dick Hill is ary near For the business phone C. R.
power company a years bership and their participation in the Association Chairman
Palm Beach the Florida Power
by
distinct asset to Palm Beach coun- price in Pahokee has been $1.00 the work of the church. Plane Moore of the Church of the Naz-

ty. They cited his civic work as :and Light Company. The public more per month thai-It hu beenIn for this survey and the month all I sren44 the Secretary, W. T. Blair

outstanding. To sum it all up. if attended the opening ceremonies Belle Glade.'according to a special services to follow have Canal Point Methodist; C. A. Mo-

I could get as many people to say and inspected the plant and equip- statement by. an official of the been drawn up by the members of berg. Pabokee Baptist; C. I*.
ment between the hours of 2 P.
as many nice things about me aa company to this newspaper this the association in their meetingsfor li Howes. Pahokee Methodist; Don
M. and 6 P. M.
they did about Dick Tuesday I'd week. No reason wa propounded several months. Pinson Canal Point Baptist; and
students from the Belle
be quite happy. Dick has a sister Physics for this differential. Through personal contact and J. M. Gresham Church of God on
Glade and Pahokee Schools
-Mrs. H. C. Graham in Pahokee. High One party residence phones invitation all families in the area I Barfield Highway in Pahokee.
attended the opening and were would be raised from $2.60 to
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The Everglades Fire Control conducted through the new plant. ,I $3.10; two-party phones would

District under the efficient guid- These buses young people the filled two be raised from $2.10 to $2.60 Fort Pierce Plans Gala Day March 8 To

ance of Chief Guy Bender is doing large .leaving respective while four-party lines would beincreased
and has done an excellent job in schools at 1 P. M. returning at 6 from $1.85 to $2.10.
the 11 counties comprising the P. M. - Celebrate Opening Of New Cut Off On

district. Chief Bender has named The new plant most powerful

Howard Bair. formerly of Pahokeeand single generating unit in the Company's County CommissionWill Florida East Coast Railway To Glades

now of Belle Glade as his as system is rated at 56.000 Meet WeeklyThe
horsepower. It will use fuel oil to
sistant. Howard is an energetic --
chap and will make an ideal assistant make steam for generation of I County Commission voted I FORT PIERCE. Feb. 28 With entered in the line of march will

for Chief Bender. The newaa4istant electricity by a 270 ton turbo-gen Monday to hold meetings at 10:30: I advance indications pointing to the i win a $25 bond and the most

has had many years experience I erator than, which sound.Producing .spins its blades faster a. m. each Monday for an indefinite biggest celebration ever to be heldin picturequely dressed and equippedcowboy

in fighting fire and penod. because of "the increased Fort Pierce. the citizens of this
42,000 kilowatts rider anti horse will win a
knows what it is all about. amount of business as Indian River community are pre-
I hourly, the new plant, to be known stated by Commissioner Paul Rar- I'aring to play host to the great'stinflux $25 Stetson hat. The contest is

Months ago. Maybe years ago.I I as the Riviera steam electric station din who made the motion. of visitors in it* history open to all comers, regardle- o?

put up $12.50 for a locker in the gives the Company a major Bills for commission! approval' ht'rt'Iarch 8. when the Flo ridi place of residence'

proposed frozen food locker unit tc I power source to bolster present will continue to be considered onlyon East Coast will officially open its I A "queen" representing St.

be built in Pahokee. The deal !service and provide for future the second and fourth Mondays new line linking the Lake Okee- Lucie County, with her attendant

rocked along and for a long time growth of this area. Smith stated. of the month. chobee region with the East Coastat will meet and greet queens and attendants
It is the largest project undertaken - --- -
I'd heard nothing of it. Yesterday this from Lake communities,
I walked in the bank and I by Florida Power and Light point and all of them will ride on floats
Company since 1925 and is part ofa New Scout Troop The idea for making the ob t"i i
Rupert Mock handed me $1250 in I in the paradeFollowing .
cash. I signed a receipt and that S24.00OOOO two-year expansion I Will Be OrganizedOfficials vance a mammoth "open house"for the parade the American
had been ''program. The plant site covers 31 St Lucre County's neighboring will big.
was that. The money I Legion post stage a
deposited with the bank and when acres on tT. S Highway No 1. on I of the North Glades communities and their citizens, free barbecue at Jaycee "' f'Id.
Worth i WIborn in Chamber of Commerce -
Lake
of a
last decided that unit the west shore Stream Council of the speechesby
it was at no nl! .
directors' here
would be built the bank refundedthe Boy Sroutf Xmerua. made meeting Chief Justice Elwyn Thomas. of
money. Nt'ItsI; KK.-ir.Nx ; plan.! for organizing a new Boy some weeks ago. Realizing how* I the Florida :Supreme; Court and
I close the new rail link will bring I Ic'ommumttes
I scout troop in Pahokeeat a I II II former U S Senator SccittI
Mary: Tanner has resigned:; from I at each end of th-
Pahokee lost a good citizen recently I district meeting; m the Lions Hall Istlm trustee for the FEC Rail
when II C. Collins of the her portion on the nurse staff at 1 la.t week The new troop will be SO-mile railway local leaders got .

C.I11inFurniture- company Knight the f'frglatlt'It'monal: Ho-pital.i sponsored bv the Pahokee: Lion bus\ immediately to making way.A "watercade.:":' or comr-Iim"

a home in Belle Glade and moved and Will leave Sunday for HnstoiVa ;I Club and will work in cooperation'with plan for the big day tary boat rid for visitors to takethem

there Mr. Collins came" to Paho ,. wheree= will spend several ,I Pahokee Trriop :23. sponsored The theme of the celebration : un a tour of the Indian

kee and had planned to make his month* with I her mother. Mr" i hx: the Rotary Club .!ais; a t'f'arty.komf'. Neigh'bnr i River the harbor herr, and tr."

home there In fact he bought a Dav.d Shupe : 0 R mf'f'l'h district chairman. for every citizen in the Lake ocean teaches n t.' ftlt put on :.n

home on Hacom Point road H-J ; presided at the meetine He waassisted area who can be here March ** The the afternoon by Flotilla R. road

concern the Rulcook company of After a hatt.; on the .round bv XV K Nexsen. assi< t- purpose is to bring;: home tu f'Vf"r- Guard Auxiliary yacht dub in

Mulberry' has erected a handsome ," \Tri-ior! Mor 1i\ to Detain Dr a-' !s'< out off.* :al of West Palm b. dv the importance of the new Fort Pierce

new $t.00 t>rt building in IVIV: Hi:nev: vn>untx veterinarian in- B ach OT1--- ,!.*' tnt' official '.i ornettion and to cement the In the evening street dam

Glade to house the business to be 'tead! of rt'mpl.'YI1 Dr Bei.hler present were C \ Mohere A J tw r.l! of fneni'hip between u* and and "block partv *t the Commun

carried on by the Collins! Furniture it med good :'-.....!( rriax .,> receive I_ne V f R *T"F'l"! ? >- : ::: :: : ., ;:. ".' :. iO'ntr ,sponsored! by the Ja%',

companThe Collins stor a word tf praise: fftmIf Zt'111bt'rt Fremd W T. BUir: Gi.e! H arriving .n Fart Piere tee A'ixiharv. will feature the

in Pahokee us continuing in busi- -t'i1'on: of the Altar Creamery in Alton Jon('*. Melvin SpoMier; Har- In tee mowing wi'I! !If'.. a parad- Queens Cotillion' and a dwpl,

nevi in the Creel building. I know w-nh! he saul in part: 'We in lan .;:..ars. Jf'o'11 Elliott. Tom complete with several vs.tin: : nf firework by the Veterans o*

Pahokee folks regretery much Palm Reach county can be thankful Kirk. E A. Jensen and \'. C Denton school band, float. cowboys, and I Foreign War
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that Mr Collins hat moved but it that we have a board of county other: unit $50 Aav.rps bond; -
f
is nice to know that he is no fur- commissioners who handle their: -. will be pnen a* prize to the individual Mr and Mm K G KSlj-atrtcJt

ther away than Belle Glade and demand and take care of ail Mrs H L. Speer substituted as or organization enteringthe and wns tjl Sanford visited Mr

till a resident of the Glades : health requirements in the conser- teacher at the Pahokee Elementary float judged tie bet decorated and Mr J V Thomas and: Mr

predict a rosy future for him anc ,' vatlve and practical way that they School Monday in the absence The sponsor of the molt and Mrs L J. Fraser and families

his two stores do" Thanks A If! ri Mrs Charlotte Walston antique type of wheeled! vehlrl here over the: Vl."H'k..cd..r .



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Two The Everglades News. Canal Point. Florida Friday February 28. 1947


THE EVERGLADES NEWS er of Philadelphia Pa., have ar Mr. and Mrs. J. \\". Rogers and

1 I Mrs W H Rogers and daughterhave

Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region remainder i returned from Fort Myers
where they visited friends and relatives -
Established 1924 Published Every Friday brother and si terinlaMr.. and
the week.Classified.
Subscription Price S2.00 Year In Advance w Mis Robert J. Schroder. past

Mr and MrsV.. A. Steven
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn Miss Dot Scully left Wednesday --
spent the weekend in Ocala vis.ting -
of this week for a visit with her
Canal Point Florida, as Second Class Matter his
mother who ill.
: is
mother Mrs. C. Morrell in Vin- Ads

Paul Itardin Editor and Publisher cent Ala. i Mrs Susie Renfro, who has been
Dick Bordeaux was able to return -. spending the season in Pahokta

First Farmer: "I see, 'cordin' to the paper, your boy at home this week from the with her sister, Mrs \\ A. Howell SEPTIC tanks and grease traps

M. S. C. is a very fast rijnner. It says he 'fairly burned up' Veteran's Hospital in Miami I I will leave Saturday for Albuquerque cleaned and repaired. Phone

the track during the race yesterday. I suppose you was Dr. and Mrs Luther B. BndgerJ I N. M., where she plans to 3S72. Bob Douthit, Pahokee. M17eFOR
are the house of Dr. and visit relatives for the next seven
guests I
there, and saw him do it. S.\LE: Fine display of New
Second Farmer: "Well, I was there all right, but I got Mrs L. \V Armstrong while they months. and reconditioned trailers. Small
of revival Mr and Mrs C. S, Jones had as
are conducting a series
there too late for to see the race. However, I did see the this week her Rev. down payment balance like rent.
meetings at the Pahokee First guests father
track, and there was nothin' but cinders.-Santa Fe Mag Methodist Church. s. B. Jordan of Hialeah. and her We have three lots and carry a
Seventy-five thousand dollars
azine. Mr and Mrs. Sam McKmstrj't aunt Mrs G. B. Jordan of Gray.
stock
we surely can solve your
Jr., have as guests Dr. and Mrs. Ala.; also Mrs. Kate Jenkins of
housing problem. Arthur Trailer
Girl At WorkOne Don Steward of Genoa. N Y., and Gray, Ala. and Mrs. A. Skinner of Sales, East main St. Pahokee.

of the insurance agency's stenographers persistedin Mr. and Mrs X Fred Y. Tuttle Jr.. of i Miami.--- ..- ;Open from 10 a. m. to 9 p. m.

falling asleep at the desk. The situation being what it is, Kings Ferry. I daily including Sunday. tfch
Mrs Y. A. Harris of Gainesvillehas i
the cashier felt he should talk it over with the manager arrived Pahokee for visit World Day Of Prayer I:
in a FOR SALE: New Chrysler industrial -
before firing her. with her soninlawand daughter. I Observed At School j i, power unit, starter and gen-
The manager was definitely perturbed. "We can't let her Mr and Mrs. H. L. Speer. erator and automatic shut-off

go," he moaned. "You know we'd never get another girl to Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Fuqua had World Day of Prayer was observed Phone 531. or 4002 Canal Point. tf

take her place." Then the solution dawned on him. as guests over the weekend Mr. at the Pahokee High School ,

"I'll tell you what," he suggested "Print a placard to hangon and Mrs. Orin Clements and Miss auditorium on Friday afternoonof FARM LOANS from $5,000 up on

her when she's sleeping at her desk. Say on it, When Helen Fuqua of Bluntstown. Fla. last week with members of the well improved land and cattle
Mrs I. S. Guthrie has returned Senior Class of ranches. 4 1.2 percent interest
you have insurance, you will sleep this way, too! -Toronto in charge arrangements 'i I
Globe. from Miami where she visited : 10 to 20 years to pay. Prudential

her daughter. Mrs. L a u 11 c e Bill Elam acted as leader in the 1 I Insurance Company of America,

Thompson who has been a patientat prayer service. He was assistedby by C. A Bailey Solicitor Belle

Short WeightWe Jackson Memorial Hospital.Mrs. Ann O'Connell. Betty Sears I I i Glade. J24tf

have heard a lot in the last few years about the short Roy Gallamore and l\Iri. James Latham. Ona Humphries TIRES, TUBES. Batteries and accessories -
William Clemments of Panama Cecil William, Vivian Combs andPeggy I
weightshich grocers and other merchants give their customers Easy terms Henderson -
; so much, in fact, that we had almost come to believeit Canal Zone were guests of :Mrs. Moberg who played the Texaco Station. Pahokee.
Frances McDonald Harlow here on I piano. :Ministers of the Pahokee-i'
was a universal practice. ]Now comes the new weightsand J24tfch
Tuesday. Caral Point area also participated -
measures division of the state department of agricul-
Mr and Mrs Lynn Elarbee of in the service FOR S\LE: Modern three bedroom
ture with a report showing that out of the first 1,000 scales Fort Lauderdale visited relatives bungalow on Bacom Point
checked, jus as many gave the customer the break as bene-
in Pahokee over hte weekend. i Road close in. in excellent con-
fitted the merchant. And out of 1016 inspections, only 338 Mr and Mrs G .vV. Byrd Sr., I I dition, possession immediately,

scales were defective at all. Most merchants try to be fair and Mr*. Byrd's mother Mrs J. priced to ell. See Dr. L. W Arm

but in these times it is not always possible to keep scales M Harris visited Mr and lr.i.1 Dr R. Y. Creech Jr. strong Pahokee Fla. JSltf

and other equipment in perfect working order.SanfordHerald. C. \\". Freeman in Venice I< ---
over the weekend. nUt S\LE: F-20 Farmall six-foot

Mr. and Mrs. Horace Unwin had OptometristNew I! tandem disc, four Cole planters

as guests the past week Mr and I and four Cole distributor and

Mrs Carl Watson of Gantry. Ill. !! miscellaneous tool*. See.1. F.

and Mr. and Mrs Percy McCall of ElsberiyBuilding Waddell Pahokee. Fla. F28c

(i Panama City. Fla.W. -- J
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: EVERGLADES IIOl'SE OF
: O Webster returned to his I BEAUTYAll

I home in Buckingham 111., Thursday -
I Belle Glade Florida Phases of Beauty Culture
after a three week'1 visit with ,
j Phone 4292
his granddaughter Mrs. Horace
Lake Shore Drive Canal Point
Unwin, and family in Pahokee Mail in repairs

Miss Lucille Rogers is a patientat FOIL KENT: Five room house on

the Everglades Memorial Hos- or Bacom Point Road, \\". J. Adams

pital this week. ; Pahokee Ito!

v THE WORLD'SGREATEST Pahokee was the only precinct replacements i -- --- -- ----- -- --- -
in Palm Beach County that voted FOR SVLE: Model A Ford. good

down harness racing in Palm I buy at $250 \\". J. Adams,

., Beach County at Tuesday's special Bacom Point Road Pahokee Itp

\ fORLEADERSHIP election. The voting was close at

... SCHOOL both Pahokee and Canal Point. At I
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Pahokee it was 54 against and 51 I

for while at Canal Point it was I ; j jI
21 against and 22 for. I
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1M) Army Lt.Mrs Laura Nurses'Clifford Ingram Suggett Corps of the ofVest formerly U. S. !, Benzene Hexachloride i :


Palm Beach was a guest of Rev. /

The Army Ground. Forces soldier is famed for his ability to carry and Mrs C. A. Moberg in Paho ORGamtox i! II j M
kee this
week.
out with H
any assignment resourcefulness and initiative-the I
qualities that make leaders in civilian life as well as the Army. Mrs. William D. Bates has returned I. I

The Ground Forces not only teach you leadership-they equip to her home in Alton. 111.,

you with fine job training to go with it. In peacetime, the Army after a five-weeks' visit with her !
IS a gigantic school-going organization-with training available brother-In-law and sister. Mr. and :

in many skills and trades. Courses offered range all the way Mrs. C. C. Cruthlrd. in Pahokee.

from automotive mechanics to welding-designed to help you Miss Catherine Guerry Is visit-
find the work you like and do best. ing her grandmother inVest i !

Increased Army pay scales are noV in effect, and you receive Palm Beach this week. Is effective in controlling the following -
20% additional for
pay overseas service. i
Mrs. Bose Levins and daughter.
I, Thousands of outstanding: young men. able to meet the new Opal spent the pas tweek in Mi- t pests r
higher standards required are enlisting in the Regular Army. '
ami visiting her sister Mrs.
They are beginning interesting, useful careers by learning leader-
"( ship along: with special skills. Visit your nearest U. S. Army Lautice Thompson. who was ill at ; I
ff Recruiting Station for details. a hospital there. GRASSHOPPERSSTINK t
: Mr and Mr8. George O. Schrod- ,

HIGHLIGHTS OF REGULAR ARMY ENLISTMENT BUGS i :
I ,
. .
1. Choice of branch .
of
any tcrvicc 4. Family allowances for dependents .1
retch uU has quotas to be tilled .1 I +
men enlisting or reenlut.ng con- : I ,
and of.CertaD oWefua theaters. tn.ue unt.1 6 months aUer offiual CHILLS ft FEVER THRIP I
,. which still have openings, oa 3 year termination of war : I
enlistments 5. Enlistments for IJJ. 2 3
or years
2. Enlistment age from 18 to 34 years (1'year enlistments permitted for DUE TO MALARIA APHIDS i I
inclusive: (17 with parents consent) men now in the Army with 6 or mote
cscept for men now in Army who months of service.)
nay reenlist at any age and lormer 6. I
Option
service to retire at half pay for CUTWORMS
service.men depending on len&tlof the rest of your life after 20 years' BTZ5666 :
service-increasing to three-quarters
3. Educational benefits under GI pay attrr 30 year of aerncr. All
Bill of Highta for men w Ko enlist previous honorable active federal CELERY WORMS :
before off" l terming ">n of war and military service counts toward I
-
remain in service 90 days or mote ret-reaicnt.,

NEW HIGHER r. Y FOR ARMY: MEN ETIICMENT MONTHLY I I II IS YOUR LIVER I WORMS ON CELERYKILGORE I

I li AttttM; to r cell. Icrfju-i. Clatta! la* Msfcul Crt sail Sfort farPer INCOME AFTER: i '

In A J Jition to Column One 20 fears' 30 Tears CRYING FOR HELP
at the Right f Increate Master Scrtrant VsMA Service, Service,

seas. 50"c for Invreate Service CKe"ip to or First s.-r rant. ;I C't5.ro I(\-5 ;IIn.h because of cor tipation or faulty cilFetmn' -

JS3 Ma.imura ler N.i. Tthnial Serf:cant H50O 87'"S J51. S If you fed b.:.' u. cur,
it Member oJ Ivmg o- bloated von pas, hf>3ri.,' V. blue,
Swf So'r.un. : . mooIPO ;".-5 12'I.is ,
Glider Crews SC Per prouc: :. YOU m.v bf p.t'.f' ; x> ba :\; SEED CO.
Month for raa.u. Sn1-7ran: . . .00SO 65.OO JJ.50 bUI"Iwn ont...:" 1.', r. It .. .:-. un-
(Not in Hytrg pat. S:awhile -. Corporal . 90,00 l! tl::rr"'t-d f <1 br : : _, p'.'r' : 'm, '
Ea l' 58.50 101
aged : -- n r* 25 ,
chute i i raji tox..-. u....h en< :..aii the
1'+T.UatyS'for Eah 3 In Years ca of Service Private . . 5.00 13.75 84.38 Then 15 the tame to r, :.t v your BRED-RITE SEEDS
I tired Lver by 1Fung CaV'abs! help ;,
nature sweep tie purtfu'.e and
Tour ffevvfar Army Sni I** Nafta .E _,JOB- 'Oft TOO partially! i.e-.u-d. mar frum your. Pahokee FJa. Phone 3201
o.d ItbtLadl F ox. cton:arn and ir' s*.se's Nf>th:ns a< '3Just
.1rS I t ke rood c:d Ca'otabs Uv as dui '
a Army i! rrcteU. lOc and 23c at yoiMeCALOTABS\ l'drutti lrt.5. ;
March to Church In March"Page
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ENLIST NOW AT TOUR NlUST11. I
... OESS'Olf NOW
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Friday, February 28. 1947 The Everglades News. Canal Point, Florida Page Three
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Edmond O'Brien. Albert Dekker ,, sensational skating star, Barry BIRTHSMr. the -
I I ting flames under control before -
Cinematic Chatter I and Sam Levene in the supporting Sullivan Albert Dekker. Bonita and Mrs. Leamon Futch of the frame of the structure
ales and a huge cast of cleverly Granville and
Paulette.
Eugene Canal Point .,
By Malcolm MillarwwWw announce the birth of| was seriously damaged, he said.
chosen players. j Their offering is the exciting a son, Donald Wayne, at the Ever-i| Mr. and Mrs. Wilson and sons
I I could write a lot about this which will
story "Suspense", keep
I glades Memorial Hospital on Feb. i recently moved to Donal.ronville,
On of the most talked of pic- i show, but I'm not going to do so. you in suspense from its very 23. I I i I| Ga. leaving their Pahokee home

tures, in some time is to make its 'In the first place the plot is too : beginning. This one is truly stark Mr. and :Mrs. George W. Miller !I unoccupied except weekend
bow &.t the Prince Theatre on this big for the coverage allowed this j I drama that will have you shivering of Belle Glade announce the birth i i visits here.Band on

coming Sunday-Monday when column, and in the second place, I in the night, and I do recommend of a son, Robert Alan, at the ,I --
"The Killers", a Mark Hellinger don't want to spoil the story for it to you as a show that is Everglades Memorial '
production, blazes its way onto the those who are interested in seeing I'pleasing to everyone. Feb. 24. Hospital on j Will Play In

screen in action that will clutch this show. I am going to tell you, Saturday brings a double fea-
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Mrs. Ray Browne of j Flagler Park SundayThe
your troat. I however, that this is a picture ture with "Song of Mexico" first; Belle Glade
announce the birth of ,
Burt Lanchaster a sensation in you will certainly regret missing up starring Adele Mara and Ed-
a daughter, Reba Jean, at the Pahokee
his first picture is the star, with and you will not be disappointedwhen gar Buchanan and boasting an ex- High School Band
Everglades Memorial Hospital on under the direction of Bandmaster
dark-haired, g r e e n-eyed Ava I you sit through it. cellent supporting cast. This one Feb.
Gardner as his leading woman, Tuesday-Wednesday brings a is a very beautiful show with all 22. Robert 0 .Lampi will repeat the
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Clifford
and such well known players as double feature with "Swamp Fire" the romanc eof old Mexico wrap-I same fine program presented in
Thomas announce the birth of a I the high school auditorium last
first up, starring Johnny Weiss- ped up in it. I
i son, Howard Dale at the Everglades Sunday in the Flagler Park band-
NOTICE muller, Virginia Gray, Buster Second one up is "Springtime in
Memorial Hospital Feb. shell West Palm
on Beach this
Public notice is hereby given Crabbe and Carol Thurston in a The Rockies" wtih Gene Autry j
coming Sunday, Mar. 2, at 3:30p.
and it is Western of the 120.
that the undersigned intends to dramatic piece that will carry all picture
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register with the Clerk of the the adventure, suspense and thrills better class.
Circuit Court of Palm Beach Coun- that one could expect to find in a I See you at the moviesMal.I Wilson Residence Is I given in West Palm Beach this
: season by the local school band
ty, Florida, pursuant to Section picture with these two male stars. .
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865.09, Florida Statutes 1941, the ,1 It is a truly interesting picture. I I Damaged By BlazeThe Palm under the Beach auspices city recreation of the West de

fictitious name: Second one up is "Little Iodine", ;; Telegraph Rates 10-room. two-story residence partment.
Palm Villas '.' which will be found to be on the I j 1 I of Mr and Mrs. W. Roscelle i I ---. -
Under which I am engaged in lighter side with Jo Ann :Marlowe !! Are Raised 20 Pet. Wilson on Southeast First Street i OX HONOR ROLLGA.Eleanor

business in Canal Point, Florida. i, starring and Hobart Cavanaugn, ''I I Pahokee, was gutted by a fire of I II RO IE. Chastain

Van Stuckey !,i Ma\ re Cramer Eve Whitney, I i TALLAHASSEE Declaring 1 I unknown origin which broke out of Canal Point, was listed on the
Pub: Feb. 14, 21,28, Mar. 8, 1947. Lanny Rees and Irene Ryan lend- !I''I the firm "mu-st obtain additional around 2 a. m. Saturday. I Honor Roll published by Shorter:
i I j in charming support. Its a cute if it is survive" I
revenue trt According Fire Chief MarvinLevine College for the first semester of
NOTICE TO DEALERSThe !1; story, well performed and wholesome i i the State Railroad CommissionVednes I
City of Pahokee will receivesealed I the blaze apparently start- the 1946-47 session. Placement on
bds! up to 8 o'clock P. M.. , clean and novel entertam- \ - appro*ed a 20 percent ed at the foot of the stairway and the Honor Roll is based on schol-
March 11. 1947. for one 3 to 4 ton ;
ment. _
I i iiKTt*a in rates thargetll
Variable Road Roller The City reserves -:; quickly spread to all looms in the astic achievement :Miss Chastain
the right to reject any and all There is a clever combination 'n I the Western t'nion Telegraph house, destroying the furniture is the daughter of Mr and 1\Irll.!! J.
bids. CITY OF PAHOKEE : the picture offered on Thursday- (Conipan fur transmission of j! and interior finish. The Pahokee S. Chastam, of Pahokee. She is a

By W. P. Walker City Clerk i I i i Friday, and here it is: Belita the messages points. between Florida i I I Fire Department succeeded in get senior at the college.DDDDDDDDDDDonr .


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Four The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Friday. Februarv 28., 1947
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PAHOKEE This Sunday BAPTIST morning:NEWS Rev. C. I Governor Says Power Rate At Belle Ii !

A. Moberg pastor of the First
Baptist Church of Pahokee. will Glade Prison Farm Should Be Lowered!
with the aid of the chart preach i
the next of his teachings sermon*I --- !
on the subject "Ine Judgements"The I Gov. Millard Caldwell proper state custodian in-titutions. was
fourth of the five judgements ed Tuesday that the state install instructed to confer with power
memtioned in the Bible, "Th its own power plant at the company officials in an effort to
Judgement of the Nations"willbe Belle Glade prison farm unless obtain a lower rate and to make !
considered. Where will the lower rates are obtained from a survey of possibilities; of ob- :
final world war be fought? When the Florida Power Company. i taining plant equipment ,if the iFT:
By whom? Where will the Son of "It we can't get power at one lower rate was not obtained. I
man judge the nations? On what cent we should put in our own -
basis Who are the brethren m plant," he told the cabinet.
:Matt 25? What about the rightistsand The state now pays about $300a i Cleve Cruthird has returned -4Z'BY
the leftists. Is Heaven a month for power at the farmat I from a business trip to Chattahoo-
place? Where? Is Hell a place? an average rate of three centsa 1 chee, Fla. While there he visited
Where? These and other questionswill kilowatt hour. The prison farmis Rev. and Mrs T. A. Ferguson and
be considered. The Pahoke- being enlarged however, and I, was accompanied home by Thomas
Baptist Ladies Quartet will sing officials anticipate its consump- I I Beal who will make his home with
The program of choir, quartets, tion of power will be doubled. Mr. and Mrs. Cruthird in Pahokee
orchestra and the "Iluminated Gov. Caldwell said a state-
Cross Meditation Sing"* will prevail owned and operated plant could I I
throughout the day. A most supply power for the prison
cordial invitation is extended to farm agriculture experiment
all unaffiliated friends of the station and possibly a privately- I Dave I
church and visitors to attend. The owned Ramie processing plantat I Machinery Stockman's r.i1111111]
at 9:45 Repair
Sunday School will meet Belie Glade.
hoping to reach its goal of 300. Terry Lee. coordinator of Phone 11JW
with a goal of 100 for the Train-
CLEWISTON, FLORIDAA
ing Union at 6:30. IN THE CIRCtIT COURT IN AND
FOR PALM BEACH COUNTY TRAIN
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FLORID COMPLETE: and MODERN
No. 2297J
Chancery
L. L. Stuckey and Jess M. El- CECIL L. HALL : MACHINE SHOP
liott were business visitors in Tal- Plaintiff. :
lahassee the first of the week. LENORA W.-vs-HALL. :: Welding Lathe Work L 0 W FARES So roomy in all restful.kinds oi safe weather and !comfortable You"

Defendant.NOTICE TO. APPEARTO : Boring :Milling In De Luxe Coaches can really relax aboard a trc.n. fr..
from the tiring nerve-strain of high
LENORA W. HALL. P. O. BOX 552 .
BARSTOW CALIFORNIA: Grinding From Wt"ttt Palm Beach way traffic
You are hereby required to appearIn There an Inviting diner only II
the above Court on the 17th day of I REPAIR SERVICE ON T 0- few car away when you get hUD-
March A. D. 1947 at the Court HouseIn Miami $ 1.74 gry. Clean, smartly equipped vra H-
Prince TheatrePahokee County West Florida Palm Beach.to answer Palm to the Beach Bill I Magnetos, Starters, Generators Fort Pierce 1.28Dajtona rooms are at all times available.
of Complaint for Divorce filed againstyou Beach 4.18 Plan to use one of the Honda
in the above entitled cause. and I Hydraulic, Carburetorsand Jacksonville . ... 6.GO East Coast fine smooth-ndiag
Florida EVERGLADES NEWS.. a newspaper regularly Electric Motors Washington 23.28 trains on your next trip. They pio-
published In Palm Beach County. -
Florida Is hereby designated as' i New fork; 28.23 vide fast convenient, dependable
the newspaper In which this order i Chicago 30.13 service to local and distant destina-
Week of March 2 shall be published once each week for tions.
four consecutive weekly Issues.
DONE AND ORDERED at We t Palm ,I __ 'I FOR
SClltUl'L&XU Fl KTIIKIt INFORMATION'TELEPHONE
Beach. Palm Beach Countv Florida
this 7th day of Februarv A. 'D 1947. CHIROPRACTOR I I : 3841FLORIDAEAST
J ALEX ARNETTE
I WEST PALM
Sun.-Mon. BEACH
Clerk of
the Circuit Court .
MON WED.
and
Palm Beach County. Florida FRI.BELLE
Circuit Court Seal GLADE COAST
MALI.. ... f. rAFtYjttt.pnse By ThacMie P. Plant TUES.. THIRS and SAT
t t rhu Deputy Clerk DR. L. S. JONES
SsawH rj kvftA Thadd Whidden

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war. These improvements help us give you better "

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Granville Eugene, Albert Pellette Dekker perts say, is already of the highest possible excellence. t

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February 28, 1947 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Pap Five
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Please Read this Notice



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Increase in Telephone Rates



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Your Telephone Company has found it imperative to file

application with the Florida Railroad Commission for i

higher rates on local telephone service and on most long

distance calls within the state. This action was taken

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because telephone earnings are dangerously low and
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reasonable earnings are required to furnish adequate

service. We ask that you read this message carefullyso

you will understand clearly why increased telephonerates

are necessary.Your .


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telephone rate is low and it is the earnest desireof faster than the amount taken in. Therefore it is our dutyas
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your Telephone Company to keep it low. your public servant to report this condition to you
since it directly affects your telephone service. We must
While your rate has remained the same for many years,
appeal to you for relief through the Florida Railroad
the total cost of furnishing telephone service has steadily
Commission, which regulates our rates.
gone up. Since 1940 our expenses for Florida operationshave
cent while increased The requested rate increase for local service would be
increased 181 per revenue
only 129 per cent. on a sliding scale depending on size of locality. Authorityis
also being asked for an increase of 5 cents on most long
,-... distance calls within"the state. .
Wage Rates Up $3,788,7&4

Request Held at Minimum
Much of the increase in expenses is represented by wages,
since wages make up the greater part of the cost of Today's high costs indicate a need for greater increases
furnishing telephone service. Wages have been raised in than we are asking but it is hoped that operating experience -
keeping with national policies and the general trend under the proposed new rates will prove them suf-
throughout the country. These wage increases were nec- ficient. In view of this the increases requested were heldto
essary to assure through competent personnel the a minimum.The .
provision of an adequate service. Telephone wage rates
new rates we are asking represent an increase of
in Florida have been raised during the past two years
about 10V percent of our total revenue in Florida. Thisis
by $3,788,784 on an annual basis. small when compared with the increased costs of doing

During 1946 new telephone installations totalled. 84- business generally. In fact telephone service under
600..in Florida, but 52,000 people arq still waiting for the new rates will continue to be one of the best bargains
telephones. This demand forces us to build new facilitiesnow available. The service has been considerably extended and
in the face of high costs. The cost of erecting buildings its value has been increased many times since present
has jumped 75 to 100 per cent and the overall cost of rates were put into effect. ,

providing telephone facilities has advanced 50 to 65 per Southern Bell wants rates no higher than necessary to, ,.-
cent. Despite these high costs we telephone folks-and furnish everyone with good service and safeguard the full "
there are 6,600 of us providing service in Florida- usefulness of the telephone to this community. The pro-' :-.
% ;s must continue to improve service generally. Our plans posed rates are the very minimum we can get by on. lathe __ '
1.?.: call for gross expenditures of approximately $65,000,000 face of rising costs, they are very modest. ..t
I il:; for telephone construction in Florida during the next
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Pay-Out Is Increasing Faster Than Take-In PROPOSED NEW MONTHLY RATES


With the tremendous increase in the expenses of furnishing Pahokee 1 Party 2 Party1 Party
telephone service and with rates unchanged for years
we have a difficult time making ends meet. So much so, Business ;5.50) ;) ,1.;i0) 4.00
that today we find ourselves confronted with the lowest
earnings in our history in spite of a record volume of Residence 3.10: } 2.60 2.10)
business.
lousiness Extension Stations $1..'{;">
No business can long continue to render service when
the amount paid out to provide that service i is increasing




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Six The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday February 23, 1947

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Methodists Of Canal I I monthly of the observance Lord's Supper of the will Sacrament be- Musical Comedy On Lloyd Hundley Lands !I Steinhauser's Black Jack other

Point Plan ServicesThe I held in the form of Family Com- Stage At ClewistonOn i 58 Pound SailfishLloyd catches made by the group included -

munion with as many entire I an albacore each by Mr. Harper -

"March to Church in families as possible receiving the Saturday night. March 1, at I Mr. Friend and Mrs. Dauner.Mr. .
Hundley landed 7 ft. 7
March" Drive of the Canal Point- I sacrament together in consecra-1 the Sugarland Park Auditorium in i in., 58 lb. sailfish while a deepsea .

Pahokee Ministerial Association tion and love. Because of the alt- Clewiston, the Kiwanis Club will fishing in the Gulf Stream off and Mrs. Claude S. Jones

will be marked in the Canal Point ered service, the minister can sponsor the presentation of Gilbert
Palm Beach Friday. Included in and son, Claude Sidney, Jr., will
Methodist Church by a special promise that the service will be and Sullivan's delightful musical
the fishing party were Mr. and
series of services. All residents over by 12:00. He will bring a comedy. "The Mikado." for the I spend the weekend in Hialeah

and visitors of Canal Point who do short communion meditation benefit of the Youth Service Mrs. Lloyd Hundley, Mr. and Mrs. I i where they will visit her parents,

not have a local church home are "Your Name on His Roll". i mittee, which extends Com-I D. L. Friend Mrs. Jennie Dauner, 1, Rev. and Mrs. S. B. Jordan .and

urged to attend these services. The Sunday School Contest !te undepriviledged children. The I Mrs. J. E. Isenhart and J. R. I' help Rev. Jordan celebrate a birthday -
Harper. Casting from Capt. Rudy
You are always welcome in our bringing a great response. Well ;program will begin at 8:30: p. m.. i anniversary.

church and we hope you will stay out in front is Bill Johnson's and adult admission charges will -- ---
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and join with us. Young People's Class, now nearing be $1.25 and children 60 cents. a ..,

There will be a decided changein Wake Island. In second place is ----.. .- -

the Order of Worship in the Mrs. Parker and Marian Stokes'

Morning Worship Service on Sun- Class of Intermediates, now crossing Business Circle To !

day at the Canal Point Methodist India. Third place goes to the Change Its Name t

Church. The two regular Sunday I Primary Class of Mrs. T. W. Griffith S"J

services will be combined since while the Men's Class and the Members of the Business Wom L

the entire congregation will attend Juniors are tied. The BeginnersClass an's a
Circle First Baptist WMU.
the Revival Services The Women's Class 7P
held in is sixth.
met aat the home of ]'Irs.Vatson .
the Pahokee Methodist Church in finally got back in the race last frI : I
on Tuesday evening with Mrs. C.
the evening. Dr. Bridgers and Sunday, but they have a lot of A. Bachelor, co-hostess, assistingMrs.

his wife are leading these services work to do if they are to catch up. .
Watson in the entertaining.The f-
and we of the Canal Point Meth- Our Sunday School attendance
group decided it would be a
odist Church will thus share in last Sunday was 109. This was
I good idea to change the name of
this fine work. In the evening the second highest attendance in
the circle and Mrs. Homer Barnes
we shall gather at the church at the history of the school . and 11
Mrs. C. A. Moberg and Mrs. Tomj -
the regular meeting time of 7:00. f the fourth time the mark of 100 I
j mie Lee DuBose were named on a
We shall travel to Pahokee in a has been broken. We want to j I
i committee to select an appropriate
group leaving at 7:15. j make an all-time rceord next Sua-j I
I name. preferably honoring the I
In the Morning Worship Servicewe i day We have now averaged more
I memory of some great Baptist
will observe both Roll Call than 100 for the apt two Sundays. II |

Day and Family Communion |I One more next Sunday and we J' missionary. Plans were made to
purchase a new outfit of Easter 4i -.
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Every name on our Membership; i have earned the barbecue for the I J $
j clothing for :Miss
Dorothy Thompson -
Roll will be called, recognition I entire Sunday School offered by I II :
protege of the local WMU
being given those who answer Mr. Hooks for attendance of 100 j
I circles at the Baptist Children's
"here" when their names are read. three Sundays in a row.
Home in Arcadia. I
The membership records of the The Woman's Society of Christ-
Mrs. Emmett Wilson and Mrs. J.
church have been given an extended -
ian Service brought to a close the W. Wood
were welcomed as new
and rigid revision. Our regular:
Pastor's Study Course in "The circle members. A program on

Fine Art of Using" by Ralph
"Christian Our
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR America. Hope"
TAX DEED Sockman and taught by the min was presented by Mrs. Horace HELPS TO KEEP
(House Bill No. 186%)
NOTICE Is hereby given that Vernon ister. The next meeting of the Unwin. assisted by :Mrs. Claude

1. Horsman the holder of the following Society will be the regular March Shirley Mrs.Villje Kemp Mrs.
certificates<< has filed said certificates YOUR TELEPHONE RINGING
for a tax deed to be Issued meeting with an outstanding pro- Barnes and Mrs. DuBose. Mrs.J. .

thereon. The certificate numbers and gram. Mrs. G. C. Wood, the Dis- H. Wilkinson Jr., was in chargeof
of
years of Issuance, the description
the property and the names In whichIt trict Secretary of Spiritual Life the devotionals. :Mrs. Laura It takes a lot of folks with telephone know-how
was assessed are as follows: Certificate to
will from Miami to meet
come just Suggett was a visitor.
No. 1521. Year of Issuance JuneI keep our of
A. D. 1944. Description of Property: with the group. She will lead a program improving service moving

Lot 28. Block 50. Town of Lake Spiritual Retreat at 10:30: follow- along at a record pace in Florida.
Worth as In P. B. 2. Pg'a 29 to 40 Al
Belcher's
Men
Inca; Name In which assessed Erik ing the Retreat with a Workshopand Take More
Mac Reason new employees than ever before
Certificate No. 1552. Year of Issuance Seminar for one hour. A cov- Lead In AttendanceFor trained are being
June A. D. Description of Property in telephone classrooms and the
1. 1944. ered dish luncheon will follow. on job, as

Lot: 23 Block 111. Town of Lake The regular March meeting will the first time since the! operators, installers, maintenance and business of-
Worth as in P. B. 2. Pg' 29 to 40 begin at 2 P. M. with Mrs. Kend- fice
Inc: Name in which assessed wm.. start of the contest of the Paho employees. More skilled people are necessary

Henry & Mary Randolpb Oliver. rick Buchanan serving as hostess. I kee :Men's Bible Class Paul Wat- because the job of
providing service is
All of said property being In the growing
All will be held In the
meetings
County of Palm Beach. State of Flor- son and his group find themselves
Ida. church and parsonage. dethroned from the leadership of tremendously.
Unless such certificate shall be
redeemed according to lw the property Flowers will be placed in the the group. To Al Belcher and his It takes time but, despite the handicaps Florida
described in such certificate or church during the month of March men belong the coveted honor witha ,
Certificates will be sold to the highest telephone folks are in the thick of
bidder at the Court House door on by Mrs. Harlan Sears and Mrs. total of 75 points, thanks to a things, learningand

the fin* Monday In the month of Pope Sears of the W. S. C. S. fine representation last Sunday. working to make your service bigger and bet-
MARCH A. D.. 1947 which U the 3rd
day of March 1947. AH church organizations are requested However Paul and his worker3 ter. Real progress is being made every day!

1947.Dated this 28th day of January. to have their news in to with 71 points will leave no stone

J. ALEX ABNETTE. Clerkof the minister by this week-end for unturned to regain the throne if

Palm the Beach Circuit County Court FIor-of inclusion in the second edition of possible, by this Sunday morning. r

ida. "The Canal Point Methodist". Will AI and his "busy bees" stand PROGRESS
Circuit CO'lrtal) by idly? All interested are most . despite shortages!
Another Fellowship Supper on
Pub: Feb. 7. 14. 21, 28 & Mar. 8. 1947
-- the dyke is being planned by the cordially invited to attend Sunday: In Florida during 1946, the Telephone Company
ix TUB ciRci-iT roi-RT. is AND
FOR PALM llEriI COUNTY; M. Y. F. for next Tuesday even- at 9.45 for the answer. installed more facilities than at any other time in

FI.ORIUl ing March 4, at 7.' Young peoplecan The others follow in order with history. 116,320 miles of exchange wire, 8,653

S.R.0 rtllNTFKY. MYFJtS. NO. 22.911. get all necessary information Leo Wroten in third place with 66 miles of long distance circuits, and 84,598 new

Plaintiff.,... : from any M. Y. J.t'r.'t>t.'kl.' I points Max Beverly with *>0, Horace telephones installed. 35 local and long distance

TRALTON MY- -EnS. : meetings are Tuesdays at 7 to:: Unwin with :,,1, Jack Spell! central office additions were made and the num-

Defendant.NOTICF. .; 8:30 P. M. Junior Fellowship ) wIthI,. Howard Hulman with 4tJ ber of employees increased 36 per cent.
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TO TRALTON MYERS. RESIDENCE: meets each Friday 3-1:30.: The andY.. Upthesrove "The Tale" As telephone service grows, so; roes its value to
SCRANTON. SOUTH CAROLINA !I and S-11 of ) ( with 30. The contest will continue you. That's because
You are hereby required to appear boys gills year ag" j! you can reach so many more
In the above Court on the 10th day of I are making plans for another trip : through: Raster Ilnftathe four people. ,Each new day brir.gs you more for your
March A I> 1947. at the Court HouseIn j low teams
paymthe! I penalty in telephone dollar.
to Boca Raton Young Married j
West Palm Beach Palm Beach .
terms of fish for all. Mem- I
| a fry
County. Florid to -u"wer to the Bill Fellowship meets Wednesday j
of Complaint for Divorce filed against j ht'r. March 12 at S P. M. Prayer
vrwi In the above entitled cause and Meetj j I
is directing the Th.- ,
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EVEKOLAHES NEWS. a newspaper regularly ing at S:30.: precede by Choir I campaign.
published in Palm Beach Coun- j j teacher 1:,'\'. C. A. Moberg. will SOUTHERN ELL TELEPHONE AND
Practice 7:30 is fine I TELEGRAPH COMPANY
tv. Florida. I. hereby deslenated a" the at drawing a ]
newspaper In which till order shall [[ present the lesson. "Jesus Sums INCCftt ORATED
be published once each week for four response.111NWTII ; Up His Claims The Class Qua-- I
consecutive weekly t-wiie*. --- -
PORE AND OUDFRrJI at West Palm tot will sin; L. Jaudon will pre-1;
Bich. I'ulmf''c'h County .,nrtd-. 'T// :.MKKT: : i side. !

the 3rd dry or Ffbruarv. A D 1* 7. The Pa.'wkPt'CanPoint Min -'e --- !
.' AT EX ARNETTE-
Clerk of the Circuit! court istl'rtalssodatwn will: meet on Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Waring visited .....otI......
Palm Beach County. Florida Mortify. March 3. at 10:0: A. M. -
; friend in Pahokee on Thursday r . -
i Circuit Court Sea:' The Meeting will he held in the'. and Fridav of last week anti i : : \ From where I sit..bj' Joe Marsh

Uv Ilcr'Thid.lle:h Clerk P Plant. i Pahokee Church of the Nazarene:! j were 3'ompanh'o! home ti> Madi- ,

Thadii WhtrW.-n Members please note the time 1 son 1-'1a.. bv Mrs D. W. ("unnjn (' -
Mtfwnev f.-r Phi::!:rf t.'hanfrom/ 10:30: to 1O-OO A. M. !
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ham anil
I'1t.hok. F'. ".1'1 hil-ir.! n. Judy and i ii ,
Tub F. t, : :'1 ,'\.. :2:!_ I""';' for this :mpol tant meetinsr. Harry.: I Bert Solves



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/ hi-ar a lut .ibo-it capital and If anl Ixxly haa Ix-ff-* tthf1r

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fctt t":,4,l.! < r. Hat lu l <\. at mcnt-thev talk it wr ci 1M4e

tart ('hdd.! r,-" no M. '*" ure* friendly vni.>' fc("qon.".

. $/ V (p of produrinT !Jarsd. >- r
: ( i J dont say al? I >K..r problems

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art and n-- .. r vS. I F-k; *. a',J mutual! ri-, t. ..f .'3 . .
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:,:.1 Sarufy. the hired: m r." i: r: together in a friendly aaaPage wh-

/-tj; %" --s side by siJe; .with both of geaal atarueplere.

-/ t; n : and in the evenings they sit

::".3r.d the fire U.. riher-sharing 1/

SILVER SPRINGS IIKDLAwATTIl.VAYlAND' Oil/1M fm-E: !!y glass cf fcccr or two c9. (lr'fL



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Friday. February 28, 1947 The Everglades News, Canal Point. Florida Page Seven
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Meeting Nights Are spring pairs. season It 13 now of scout ready activity for a and big Pahokee Students I I Teachers & Officers

Changed For Troop 23 Scoutmaster Spooner urges all gyp; ir Add $167.76 To I Of Baptist Sunday

members of his troop to be present
Polio FundAs School In MeetingThe
Melvin Spooner, scoutmaster of at the next meeting Tuesday night
I
Pahokee Bey Scout Troop 23, announces -I at which time he will make an announcement -
that startingnext week of interest to all usual students in Pahokee Pahokee Baptist teachers

regular troop meetings will be scouts in the troop.Mr. schools again this year did their and officers of the Sunday School

held on Tuesday nights at 7:30 p. part in raising funds for the fight and Training Union met in Fellow-
in the March of
against polio
m. instead of Thursday nights as' and Mrs. J. R. Harper of ship Hall on Monday night. Plans
Dimes campaign. A report re- I
has bee nthe custom in the
past. Kingman. Kans. and Mrs. Jennie
for "The of the building"
lea ed by D. D. Caudill. principal filling new -
Through the financial assistanceof i' Dauner of Harper. Kans., left for
shows that a total of $167.76 was on Easter Sunday were presented -
the Rotary Club, sponsor cf I their home Monday after fourweek's
Troop 23, the scout hut on Bacom 1 visit with Mr. and Mrs. Al raised: during the drive. by the acting Superintendent -
The amounts raised the
Point Road has been completely Friend and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd by J. H. Wilkinson. Jr.. and
'
,various rooms are as follows:
repaired including a new roof, new: Hundley in Pahokee and Mr. and 1st Grade. Mrs. Shirley 2.75 adopted. In keeping with the prac-
foundation and other needed re Mrs. D. L. Friend in Canal Point. ,
I| 1st Grade. Mrs. Jernigan 5.25 tice as of the past few yeans

1st Grade. Mrs. Mock 1.70;f most successful to be sure, every
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'I II ,: '' 't" "". \]'"" f 2nd Grade, Miss Henry 7.80 i, dollar received on Easter Sundaywill
mJ. : 'U j 2nd Grade Mrs. Blakey 1.90 I be added to the building fund.
FLOORMA75IREBAcid'i :; ". ... 3rd Grade. Mrs. Douthit 21.35 Although this season is not on par

I Miss: Marian StokesSandersStokes 3rd Grade. Mrs. Pope 5.53: with some of the better years of
4th Grade, Mrs. Wortham 11.20 the past. farmingly speaking the
4th Grade. Miss Caraway 4.20 i Christian spirit of the majority ot
5th Grade Mrs. Walston 3.30 the people of this area evidences
I 5th Grade. Mrs. Thomas 3.95 I itself in a most beautiful manner
Mrs. A. M. Andrew of Canal I
Point 6th Grade. Mrs. Harlow 25.00 when called upon for said mani
the
i announces engagementof festation. The covered dish SUD-
i 6th Grade. Mrs. DuBose 12.05
her daughter. Miss Marian
7th Grade per. directed by Mrs.V.. Kemp
Stokes, to Robert Myric Sanders, 5.201 I
It and her committee the Mesdames
8th Grade 520\
;:
son of Mr. and Mrs. R. \\'. Sandersof
9th Grade 9.40 ;' A. C. Libhart. M Mulhs and L.
Pahokee. The will
beheld
wedding 10th Grade .. 7.95 Mulhs was of its usual high order
t in the
summer.
11th Grade 14.00 much to the delight of the some
CONTOUR TYPES Miss Stokes is a graduate cf
, 12th Grade 9.21 35 present.The .
i THICK Pahokee high school having com- Mr- .
SHAPED TO ORDER FOR 1 secretarial department *
i : MANY 1937-41 POPULAR 18..U"IYfRSAL'" pleted her work there in 1945. For Total .. $167.761 j S. E. Gammage and F. G. Gillis
the she has been
past year em- .
CARS. 1000.37.50 --- presented most encouraging re-
, BW3BER/ fOR FRONT $3.35WESTERN ployed as stenographer in the of- and
CUSHION/ ports. Mrs. Sam McKmstry
: L REAR fices of the Industrial Life and Veterans Called To
; $2.35 to $3.25 FELT-0/UX/ II 100 .05.09 : Miss Peggy Ann Moberg were
I Health Insurance company in Pa staff. Mrs
hokee. Meeting On HousingA added to the teaching
\V M DuBose. Training Union
I Mr. Sanders was graduatedfrom delivered most Inspiring -
HOME OWNED AND meeting of PahokeeCanalPoint Director a
Pahokee school 1912
high in
OPERATED BY address in which she presented
: and attended the of veterans interested in the,
University
AUTO ; and better
' of : plans for a larger
building new homes will be held
Florida before Uncle
I. M. LAIR I' joining Union. The committee on servicefor
at the Pahokee !
ASSOCIATE city hall this Friday -
Sam's fightingforces. He was in the Mr.
the next meeting are
I I, night. Feb. 28. at 8 Thisis
p. m.
\ the service three ,
PHONE' 2331 STORE years including and Mrs. B. Starling, Mrs Virginia -
J I 18 months of duty in the Philip- an open meeting with all veter- and Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson
; .'ahok_, Florida ,/ I pines. He is associated with hi* ans of the community interestedin Crews conducted -
Jr. Theso meetings are
+ father R. W. Sanders in Pahokee the housing situation urged to on the fourth Monday of

_-_ __- -- _u ___ __ I who is distributor for the Orange attend. month.
the
- State Oil company. Kenneth Mock, chairman

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Page Eight The Everglades News Canal t'oint Florida Friday February 2S,194ii
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i i I' GALA CELEBRATION:i

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R Saturday, March 8 :

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Fort Pierce-Glades Day will mark the official opening of the Florida East Coast'snew I
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railway linking the Lake Okeechobee region with the East Coast at Fort Pierce. :
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The ProgramParade
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with several school bands, floats,etc.

i Speeches-Chief Justice Elwyn Thomas;former U. S. Senator Scott M. !
! Loftin. FEC Trustee. ; 1 1I

I '! Big Free Barbecue and Fish Fry : !

!. Watercade-Tour of Indian River,port and Ocean Beaches.

i, Motorcades into back country groves,packing and canning plants, .

I I '! Open House at your favorite club or lodge '

I Street Dance and Fireworks at the Community Center.

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