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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: March 14, 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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"The Truly Distinguished P Mind

Prefers the Provinces'



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!FRIDAYMarch I 9e4 '


14, 1947 PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BV PAUL RARDNCIRCULATING



THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY




Charity Needs Will Be Greater In Coming Months




Pahokee-Canal Point Community Chest Needs $12,600Drive




Starts Next Monday. Buy A Share In Your CommunityPlans


will be completed tonight at a

meeting in Pahokee high school building Y

for the Pahokee-Canal Point Community Community Chest RecipientsBudget Band Performs At RECENT

Chest drive that i is planned to start next I I
As Of January 28 1917-
:Monday morning. The Chest budget for Pahokee PTA Meet OPERATIONS

1917 calls for $12,600 and it is hoped by Dental Clinic _nh___________._ _.._.___ $1,000.00 I II
thse who are working in the drive that -------
Crippled Children's Society .___._._ 700.00
this amount be realized before the At the March meeting of the Pa- Paul Rardin I
can I By
Boy Scout Work mnmUm..m.__. 1,100.00 hokee Parent-Teacher Associationheld
week is out.
Salvation Army ................_........._. 1600.00 Monday night in the high
In t column next to this is a list of school auditorium President C. A
the of Pahokee High School Band ....__.. 2,000,00 Pahokee Rotarians last weeK
recipients Community Chest
money Moberg named Elmer Jones chairman -
and Chest President Frank Shaughnessy Play Grounds ......_....___?._..__._--__---_ 1,000.00 Mrs G, Lawton Sims and had opportunity to hear the outstanding -

and his many workers feel that each of Local Charity ........_.........._...__.____.. 4,000.00the Mrs. Frances McDonald Harlow on of the woman Everglades business-Mrs.executive Rutn-
items listed is wholly of the a committee to nominate new officers
worthy Pahokee
City Library (Books) 00 1,200.00 Wedgworth of Belle Glade Mrs.
amount In for next year.
budgeted. some instances it
Wedgworth u> a member of thegovernor's
was thought that more would be Mr Jones was authorized to
money Total _._. ___. $12,600.00 committee to study educational -
needed, but due to the slow season it was* ; .n.h purchase two new electic drinking needs in the state and

thought best that the amounts not be water coolers for the schooj she has been spending a lot of
raised at this time. Mrs. C. A. Shive, supervisor. re-
>.. I time on this particular job AD-
I I ported that free lunches valued at
With Mr. the Welfare peanng before (civic clubs and otaer -
Shaughnessy known
as as Lumber Co. $80.50 were received by underpriv-
president, other members of mittee for iledged children at the school cafe- group Mrs. Wedgworth has
For Business carried the of Florida'smuchneeded
story
the organization areV.. P. Members of this teria during February. The cafe-
Jernlgan first vice president O. educational improvement -
;
teria was authorized to
mittee are entirely of Ihe manager plan to many interested neo-
R. Bleech. second vice president; Everglades raise the of half-pint bottlesof
Mrs. Frances Harlow, secretary; the group of folks announcement of the milk at price the cafeteria from five ple. ThQ appointment of Mrs.

Rupert Mock, treasurer and H. M. liciting work and of the P&M Lumber Com- to seven cents. It was announcedthat Wedgworth was made by Spessard

McIntosh, assistant treasurer. The distributing Pahokee in the building hereafter members of the Holland when he was governor and

Each of these members has posed of the occupied by the Pahokee school faculty will be exempt from the present governor hal seen fit
pledged wholehearted effort to Company. The telephone to retain her on the committee.It .
on the hospitality committee -
serving
R. Bleech chairman.
help raise the money. remains the same-2131. is a case of a perfect selectionfor
at PTA meetings.
Directors of the chest, representing Mrs. A. D. Beverly and of the new concern are attendance awards a big job Those of us why
various organizations are as Graham. With this and Paul A. Mar- The monthly know MrsVpdgv.'orth and have
CharlotteVaJston.s
follows: American Legion: Loel persons handling Sebring. Mr. Marchand went to Mrs. at the elementary watched her financial wizardy and
fifth grade room
Lence. B. Carlton Arthur Spooner the money it is a active charge of the lum- school and to the tenth grade, her ceaseless effort to produce
; BAPW Club: Alma Farrow. the money will be put and Mr Pollard will re Ned Kocher and Barbara McNa- vegetables from Lake Okeechob
Clark Hull. Sadie Barwick; Elks Because you feel Sebring where he has a school. Region muck know that she H
,at the high
Club: Terry Sellers Joe Hatton. invest only a dollar or The mill. Mr mara On the sponsors the Pahokee capable of filling the position to

Joe Kahn; Lions Club: Jimmy Wilson Chest and that maybe said will provide the High School program Band presented 3 which she has been appointed

Johnny Wilson. L. V. McClel- missed, or you think with plenty of first concert under the direction of
land. A. R. Harrington; Rotary committee is looking The new owners of Bandmaster Robert O. Lampi. Mr Pahokee Rotarians plan Ladies'
club: W. P. Jernigan. Abe Dobrow money please don't >r yard plan to render an Lampi announced that the local Night, on April 2, The party will

O. B. McClure; Woman's Club: ;your head that your service to the peopl I school band will participate: in the be held at the Pahokee Woman'j:
Mrs. J. R. York. Sadie Barwick. of cash isn't needed district music festival and contestin club building Fuller Warren will

Mildred Schoeppel; At large: Albert s o happens that you soon as conditions will I West Palm Beach on Mar 2S be guest speaker The popular
Fremd and Harry M. Mc- member of the new concern will carry Contest numbers will be played I Jacksonville attorney was a candidate -

Intosh. tee just hand your complete line of paints I bv the various school bands at the for governor back In 1940

At the 7:30 meeting tonight final Mock at the Bank of hardware. The owners I district festival in Palm Beach I; when Spessard Holland and Francis -
plans will be made for the drive is treasurer of the however that to try to i High School audItorium from 1 30 I Whitehair nosed him out of

scheduled to start bright and early Mnlntosh also of the full supply of paints anl : to 5 p. m. and drill maneuvers:' the second primary. His Inimitable -
Monday morning. If you are a sistant treasurer at this time would be' will be held on Anderson Field at I manner of addressing a

citizen of the Pahokee-Canal Point J't'ntlemenill gladly I"P&M impossible I 7:30 p. m.. he said. PTA prf'.<;,('nted' crowd\ is incomparable and Paho
community you owe it to yourselfand contribution and give - I Mr Lampi with a U. s savings kee Rotarians and their wives

your area to make a donationto credit. Councilmen To bond in appreciation of his work have a treat in store for them.
the chest fund. When the Chest So. on Monday with the band.Following .
gets into operation on the schedule the workers see you On May 6 the meeting refreshments The proposed 1947 Red Cross

planned it will bring to a halt all your check or cash as were served in the cafteria i drive in Pahokee and Canal Point

of the various drives for funds in in stock in the City Council at a bv Mrs Sam McKmstrv Sr. Mrs has been postponed until May The

the community. So figure out give them a song and in the city hall Tuesday J M Elliott Mrs w. II. Mav, Mrs drive will be: held in Belle Glade at

what all of the drives cost you "you've been hard Mayor T C. Rich- Rupert Mock and Mr.s E. F. Mcll- that same time and it was!' thoughtthat

during the year and give this season Just dig: call for a municipal eler- wain, hostesses; May would be a better month
amount to the Chest Fund. sock and pull out Tuesday. May 6, at which -- --- -- to raise the funds
amount to put you up councilmen t :i __ _
Since a season of the kind that will >e elect- PlannedFor
rf list of donors { Baseball i
in Nch"Ictor ,.
terms
UmtM
this area has experienced its B A. Belcher t the
Fverv dime will go I i and Robert B PHS Blue Devils
possible that more charity money Mackev t tate Sugar Vane Testing Station -
.
wIll be needed during the next nine cau e councilmen who> terms at Canal Point became a

months than in any like period in -- I Ii that time. Foil wing a lapse of f'.t'ralI member of the Pahokee Rotary
many year The committee has a the openns: of bids I years PatKkee High: : School will ; tlub 'a!t Thursday' He was irtm-

list of every person in the affected I i Surplus purchase of a new road I have a Blue Devil baseball tfam ; (ired by Will Jern!can.
territory and an effort will bo!, the street department this year and the candidates for th- ; - --.-- -

made to S,M' that every one is p"enrt"rturity !! Sale At Camp \ P Walker was author- i! team ire nns busy practicing' with !Bill I olden Opens
(\ to make a d,)nation to i I -- -- purchase the roller from i their ball, bats!' and gloves: every

this very worthy cause When you ,;I Claude S. Jo.e* (\ and Georgia Tractor : night after school We hope to Lake Shore Hotel
uhsenbe to the Community Chest service rfficer wi!' \" of Miami at a cost of have a preseason' view of the Bl'ie

you are buying stock in your community I the attention of local ( The JTOup"ot('<1 to en- Devil, schedule and prospec's as BJ:! Golden anmnanres! orenin :

and worker in this drive sale surplus lumber sanitary i-spector for the: FOOT as Coach Clvrte Alley returns lof Lake Shore totel in P3h'ic.

are of the opinion that it is good I at Camp Murphy : from Kentuckev where t"I311! : Tte Ntel is In the Goldtn buiMi -
tock They feel that way or they Beach It is good -- called recently by tie illness of hu i lag and is mad. up of 12 room.
wouldn't be spending their time according to : and Mrs Jack Wi hAm of xcothe' : on the * working in behalf of the Chest by Mr Jorcs and a City are the house -. restaurant Mr Gulden recently

Funds raised by subscription are only to show his I' of Mrs. France H. Mo< -. Mrs Max Feary of St. LoUIS. I tad the room completely J rf'f ni"I ',-
to be handled by a disbursing committee charge in order to and her gutausited Mo. is the house guest of her ed and redecorated New furniture
I
of the very highest and purchase itthe sale ( Mrs W. A. Roberts in cousir.s! Mr and Mrt R. J S.min : I w'&. purchased and the hotel baa

fairest type This committee i* to lat through Mar ach over the weekend onson.> Pahokre an attractive aEsfa6ished "' .



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Two The Everglades News. Canal Point. Florida Friday March 14. 1947


Lively presided in absence of Otto :
THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing Bleech. District Chairman and

Bill Nexsen represented The
the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region
Council and acted a? Secretary-
Established 1924 Published Every Friday .

Subscription Price S2.00 Year In AdvanceThe Park
i :Morrow :May

Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn Trailer On Lawn Of T

Canal Point Florida as Second Class Matter The State Capitol

Paul Rardin ------Editor and Publisher
T.\LL\II.\SSEE-Tbt"re ma>'

lx a houve trailer parked on the
We Didn't Get Our Share Of CandyIn capitol lawn during the eonunglegKlathes

The Lake Okeechobee Region Last YearThe session.'
That's' the threat of Palm

Lake Okeechobee Region came up shy: on its shareof Uwuhounty Itep. Kuxsell O.
candy last year if recently released figures are to be be- Morrow who sa-' >'<* he' Iwen unable -

lieved. According to statistics each person in the Lake here. to Iceate a place to lice

Okeechobee Region should have had 20 pounds of candy ":\I constituents and I expect

and, we didn't get it. Over a billion dollars' worth of candy me to serve in the 1947session THROUGH BUS

slipped down American gullets last year and here in the ," he raid ."ho\\e\er

Everglades of Florida we didn't get our share. there is a cloud of doubt upon

Final Department of Commerce reports may show, in that expectation as to date I SERVICE TO

fact, that Americans ate even more candy in 1946 than in ban been unable to locate a

the peak year of '44, when candy-craving G.I.s boosted the place to live. If worst conies towo..t. ORLANDO ANDJACKSONVILLE

average take to 20.5 pounds. (Pre-war average was less I am going to park a

than 16 pounds.) trailer on the capitol house

They paid for it, too. Over the :year, average price per lawn" .- -

pound jumped from about 50c to GOc-double what it was
In-MemoriAiii: Modern Streamlined Greyhound buses
before the war. Even kids taste
went extravagant. In the WHEREAS. It has pleased the

god old days, penny candy amounted to 10 percent of total Grand Master of the Universe in NORTHBOUND

value of candy sold. Now it's slumped to 21'. his infinite wisdom to remove
,- percent. LEAVE CANAL POINT ..u.........-...--. 8:00 A. M.
from us our esteemed
among
- - -------------- ARRIVE ORLANDO ..............-.......... 12:53 P. M.
friend and Brother
Methodist Bible Class I I Scout Jamboree John \V. (Jack) Barrett, ARRIVE JACKSONVILLE ................ 6:00 P. M.

Continues To GrowThe WHEREAS We feel that by his
Planned For April 11 SOUTHBOUND
demise we suffer the loss of a
I
Men's faithful member of our fraternity LEAVE JACKSONVILLE .._............. 1:00 P. M.
Bible Class of the The
First Methodist North Glades District of the and the community at large an LEAVE ORLANDO . _..._-... ...... 5:40 P. M.
Church Pahokec, Gulf
continues to show a decided growth I Scouts Stream Council of The Boy honored and upright citizen one ARRIVE CANAL POINT .... ..... ..... .u 11:00 P. M.
of America met Tuesday who was beloved by all who knew
in the number of new faces that 'I'i
Evening at The Lions Club Build- CAIITER-GEIGER DRUG STOREM.
come into the Fellowship of the i j I him.BE
ing in Pahokee.
I Reports were received -I IT RESOLVED That for the Ii D. Geiger. Agent-Phone 3921
Class Sunday after Sunday. It ii : from the
various Troops. purity of his life the cheerfulnessof
expected that the class will show ]!
Cub Packs and Sea
Scouts. Progress his presence the uprightness of
its greatest number of actual attendance I
I was noted in the plan for I his character the kindness of his
On Easter Sunday. The : the Organization of a new troop to dealings with others we shall hold
work of this class has been very : be sponsored by the Lions Club him in loving rememberance as an I I
outstanding so that it is attract- ;i i Plan were formulated
for the example worthy of our emulation. I
ing the attention of he other ,I I Training Course for Scouters to beheld RESOLVED. That while we I

Churches in this area with the'I in Clewiston in the near future mourn for him as a friend and

question being asked "How Di and the attendance of several Brother our sorrow is lessened by I

You Do It?". The study next Sun- i Scouters from this area is e'I (- the knowledge of his well spent

day centers about the Stewardship I I pected. I life which presages his triumphover
of Possessions. The Teacher Rev.C. .
death, and lead to
Plans were announced for the I we are ex-
T. Howes will lead the discus i
i claim Blessed the dead who
Scout Jamboree to be held in Pa- are I
sion. Everyone wishing a church hokee on April llth. This Jamboree l j die in the Lord.RESOLVED. .

home will find a cordial welcome' will consist: of a recognitionservice i I That we. the of- I.
in this fine group of men. I ficers and members of this lodge,
..-- for existing!' Troops!' an Investiture i I
!' Service for the New',' extend our most heartfelt sympathy PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERS
Richard Howell a member of the to the immediate relatives and ;
Troop Games: Contest' etc and
a
U. S. Naval Reserve. has arrivedin I Barbecue i friends in their great sorrow over
honoringal1 Scouts, -'- --
Canal Point to make his home: the departure of a life so Useful
their
Parents and Sponsors It isexpected I
with his parents. :Mr. and Mrs. and commend them to Him who
A.I that over two hundredwill
Q. Howell! i doeth all things well.
attend this Jamboree and Barbecue -
RESOLVED. That these resolu-
place to be announced liter.
NOTICE i tions be placed on the records of
Public notice Is hereby given that' The following Committee" were r
the undersigned InBends to register appointed: Barbecue: V. C. Denton. I the lodge and a copy presented: to
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of the sorrowing relatives of our deceased t
Palm Beach County. Florida. pursuant Thad \\Tiidden and Jack Chastam!' :
to Section 86509. Florida Statutes 1941.1 i Promotion and Publicity C. I". I Brother. rx1M q't
the fictitious name Given under our hands and
P&M: LUMBER: COMPANY: t I Howes' ; Program and Games Ro-
Under which We are engaged In bus- I seal of Everglades Lodgei
zelle and Garrison Installation
:
tress In Pahokee. Florida i i 211 F. & A. M this 29th
i
J W POLLARD and Court of Honor: Alton Jones:
PAUL A. MARCHANO I day of January, A. D. 1947
Pub: Mar 14. 21 28. Apr. 4. 1941 i Finance: A. Q Howell Rev A. J A L. 5947
I '
Dave W .Young "Worshipful

wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwmSpecial Master
S. J Baggett Secretary.UNIKLE .


Listings-- Days
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Wash Job 55c YOU CAN USUALLY 1 ELLWHAT y .

KINO
OFA PERSONA

MAN IS BM; AS UN' HIM
: Lubrication 55c
3 ABOUT TH' FOLKS BACK

Including Checking Tares Batteries. Clean Windshield Clean 0 IN HIS

Inside of Car. HOME.TOWN.


: Christian ChevroletPHONE .3, !- We stock and install precision-engineered Inter-

national Truck -just like the originals in
parts
2371 PAHO1'EE. FLORIDA :::1

v International Trucks.They fit and stand up. That's

""tts why the>"'re jour best bet-just as any service done

%_tt in our shop is lour best bet, because our skilled
I I

I I Trees Vines Shrubs Citrus mechanics use Internuional.Approndecluipment:

1 for testing and service, and follow Inttrnational-
! of all size and varieties for I Ask anyone in Pahokee about

your Selection. the LAKE SHORE MOTOR CO.they'll ; 'vfigApproved methods and practices. So bring jour

I I . have
nothing but trucks to us for parts and service that produce
;
LA'DSCAPINGI praise tn n.port.Vt're ready

i I to help \".'u keep y ( ar or true'k rolling with little
I you like it. We are organized} and equipped to doa ,
-t t>- "IOU but when theyd
I thorough job from plan to completion of planting.As <. f.,itiop gee ur new Dodge f.

I J++h-ltat.'t1 t-ui ks and Dodge : :
: always you are ar,l P''. 'i attn ars hey're t-- EQUIPMENT CO.

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welcome at our I-IIOM: 2isiINTERNATIONAL I J'\IIOKtt;. n.I ..\.

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LAKE SHOREMOTOR
City Limits West Palm Beach. Florida


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March 14, 1947 The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida Page ThreeWoman's


50,000 spend the winter season in friends, whose presence will contribute IX TilE HOSPITALPaul
Club To Aid I Lions Club Will Help
Florida and ot these 12.000 settle largely to the success of : Tiller '. one of the valued
In Chest Fund Drive 'i Raise Chest MoneyJames temporarily in the Glades area. : the occasion. Dr. ;J.; Harrison employees of Glades Equipment

I Griffin \\ill be the speaker. Mrs. : Company in Pahokee is in Everglades -

Mrs. Sadie Barwick. Woman's! ;; H. (Jimmy) Wilson was Pahokee Methodists Claude Shirley is the chairman.Mrs. (I I Memorial Hospital this
Club representative on the Community ; named by President Duncan Pad- --- week. Paul has been ill for a
Chest .outlined plans for i gett to represent the Pahokee Dedication Day: Set Hettie Stead has returned !I couple of weeks but went to the

the club to participate in the Chest I Lions Club on the CommunityChest to Fort Pierce after a \"isitith :.I hospital Sunday. He has been
Drive this month at a club lunch-,I at the Lions luncheon meet- The fourth Wednesday of this I Dr. and Mrs. Bridgers and other''' having a fever every other day.
eon meeting held Tuesday in the ing Tuesday. Other members of month, the twentysixth.ill find friends in Pahokee the past week. ---- -

clubhouse. j' the club who will assist Mr. Wilson the Pahokee Baptists conducting a While here she was the house Mrs. Rudy Faulk and daughter
Mrs. I. E. Hamilton was wel-!' in the Lions' share of the chest special service, dedicating Fellow- guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Clyne were patients at Everglades

corned as a new member and Mrs.I. drive will be C. A. Bachelor Frank ship Hall. The program will begin Waldschlager. Memorial Hospital the past week.

;J.; Frasure, ;Jr.; and Mrs. Frances Rozelle, M. I. Keen Earl Lindrose. with a covered dish supper. The _.
Rogers were voted to member- I. ;J.; Frasure, ;Jr.; and ;J.; H. Bar- membership roll will be read and --'- --- -

, ship. Club members were invited wick. it is hoped that each name will 1 ;
to attend an Everglades B&PWC Edward A. ;Jensen; introduced meet with the response "Present. : i
.
afternoon tea honoring new members Kenneth Mock and Ralph Grimesas The church enjoys a host of
to be held at the clubhouse new club members. Rupert
Benzene HexachlorideOR
Sunday from 4 to 6 p. m. Mock promised a report on the
Mrs. Frank Friend Mrs. R.I.. swimming pool project at the next
Schroder and Mrs. C. T. Howes meeting. President Padgett instructed Classified Ads
members of the home economics
the secretary to write a i
.
trophy committee, were instructedto letter commending the city counc*! I
make arrangements for the on the removal of the old city hall :FOR SALE: New Chrysler Industrial -

presentation of the club-sponsore'l eyesore from the city hall grounds.A power unit, starter and gen-
trophy to the outstanding home : letter from Coach Clyde Alley I erator and automatic shut-off Gamtox

economics student at Pahokee thanked the club for banquet Phone 531, or 4002 Canal Point. tf ,
I
High School, the presentation to which the Pahokee and Belle Glade -- -- --------- :i
TIRES TUIJES. Batteries and ac
be made at the commencement Lions gave recently for the foot-
cessories. Easy terms. Henderson the following :
Is effective in controlling '
exercises in May. ball squads of the two schools.
Texaco Station
Plans were made for sponsoringa Pahokee.J24tfch
-- ;;
'
"bundle day" at which time I pests 1
i
Relatives and friends of Mrs. clothing will be collected] for needy. I FOR SALE: F-20 Farmall six-foot iI!
Sarah K. Barfield gathered at the families in this area. tandem disc four Cole plantersand I
Barfield home in Pahokee Sundayto Guest speaker was S. T. four Cole distributors and GRASSHOPPERSSTINK I
help her celebrate her 79th ards who is in charge of RiCh-I miscellaneous tools. SeeJ.;; F. i

birthday anniversary. Among relatives missionary work among Waddell Pahokee, Fla. F28c BUGS :
present were Mr. and Mrs. laborers in the Glades -
+I
;J.; E. Roberts and daughter, troduced by A. ;J.; Lively, program EVERGLADES HOUSE OF THRIP ;
Charles Barfield and Mrs. Elise chairman, the speaker told of his BEAUTYAll 'I

;Jordan; all of West Palm Beach work at the migratory labor Phases of Beauty Culture .\PY IDS :
and Miss Lula Barfield of Paho- camps and said of the 4000.000 Phone 4292 I

kee migrants in the United States I Lake Shore Drive Canal Point CUTWORMS I II I

FOR SALE:
1. One registered Tennessee CELERY WORMS : I

walking Hor., saddle and .j
Increased Rates EssentialTo bridle. WORMS ON CELERY .jl i
2. Four packing-house Clamp l
trucks.
3. One thousand almost new
Good Telephone ServiceYour Celery field boxes.

4. One Seaman's Tiller.

Farms.Prices South Reasonable.Bay. Phone 103.Knight KILGORE SEED CO. H: :

---- ------ -- -
FOR SALE:: One ten-foot Warren

meat case, two sets of scales
BRED-RITE SEEDS I II
meat block sausage mill. See L. i
L. Horne at Royal's Store northof I, I I

Canal Point. Marl4o: Pahokee, Fla. Phone 3201 I :

RESTAURANT for sale in Canal :. 1 I i I'

Point. The Triangle Restaurant "March to Church In March" : i
in the house districtcan I
packing
be purchased reasonably.Write j I 1 1r

I Box 423. Pahokee Fla.
-- - - --- -
FOR SALE: Five room furnished -- p --
1j -I II
-
I house on Bacom Point road. 3 '
'blocks from bank. C. A. Bailey, I I

Phone 70. Belle Glade. Fla.SF.I'TIO . '
tanks and grease traps j{ We Try To Please :

Your telephone rate is low and your Telephone cleaned and repairE'd.Phone

Com/ 'ny wants to keep it a small part of your 3872 Bob Douthit Pahokee. M17c Our Customers i iI

operating expenses. FARM FOR SALE: 1300 acres I
stock farm one of the finest in I I I
While telephone rates generally are lower today Alabama. located 50 miles east of But in the war months we found ourselves

than they were 20 years ago, the total cost of fur- I Montgomery in Macon county. 700 often hy merchandise desired. That condition I Ii

nishing telephone service to our Florida customershas acres highly improved 16 houses i
i is now l becoming much better and we soon hopeto
,,2 new tractors, plows and stock
steadily increased. Since 1940 expenses have : to operate above mentioned farm have full lines of all pre-war goods and Household I

advanced 181 per cent while revenues have increased I Electric: Equipment available. i iI

only 129 per cent. FARM FOR S.\LE: 33S acres, fine I
sandy loam land one mile from Among articles that are now available are the I
4 Telephone wage rates in Florida have been raised I Dixie highway, just west of Lake following:

during the past two years by $3.788,784 on an an- 'Park. This farm has new machinery
Various of Electric Room Heaters.
Types
nual basis. The cost of erecting telephone build- sufficient to operate same.six .
I room house. This land is in
ings has jumped 75 to 100 per cent and the overall Gasoline; Camp and Cook Stoves.
this
area that dd not freeze out I
cost of providing telephone facilities is up 50 to : vear.TWO. Fuel Oil Water heaters

65 per cent. Fact is, all our expenses have been
BU* IXf> locations for !'af'lit Chain Hoists: and Pulleys.
climbing so fast that the amount of money paid out
a sacrifice in Northwood in
to provide service is increasing faster than the West Palm Beach. Muck Augers. EU-ctric: and Steam Irons.

amount taken in. Telephone earnngs today are the Saddle Horse
Poultry Netting Pony Army :
lowest in our history in face of a record volumeof If interested in any of the abovo. Saddles and Blankets.
please contact the tttf r>f J DOlfmer.tp. I
business.
422 Northwood Ave.Pohr.e Yes, we have onwII., today. Shipments

Southern Bell has applied to the Florida Rail- 5SOO.salesman.West 11 Palm L. Hatton Beach or at are better so that we have a jrood supply of nails

road Commission for an increase in local service we the our office of O R Beech! in P;\- for building purlsl':-*"'. Crt; them while the supply

rates to help meet this condition. Authority is also hc>kf'f't Ml 4-1: lasts.

being sought for an increase of 5 cents on most .
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1012
TRICK FOR \I.}:: := ton
Our Kadio: repair department i is :second to none,
long distance calls within the state. Ford panel truck with window
Nu'f'tj either a. so bring in your nacHo for repairs and reconditioning -
ar.iat!". Can
We want rates no higher than to safe-
necessary .
truck or station wariri: $7.V cash at th" hand of an expert repairman.BETZXE1TS
guard the full usefulness of the telephone to the Call after five M P Hanron36OO .

state and this community. believe you feel the Ok' chober P.! P UtP 1 .wwww.n.

same way even if the cost is somewhat more because : Rnx C"9\, \\"f'It Palm Beach.

the business and social welfare of this community Fla Hf"l
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depend on adequate telephone service. HOUSE PAIXTINO: see John

Chandler a veteran. Pahokee THE HARDWARE STORE
Fla: Ml 4. 21 2S! A 7
MAIN STREET BELLE GLADE FLA.
SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMf ANY
FOR !'.\I.F.: Secondhand babfbed ,
INCORPORATED "March to Church In March"Friday
r* by carriage. upright !
NO 'us'Nfss CAN CrY ADEQUATE SERVICE WITHOUT ADEQUATE i* NINCS rocker high cfcair Phone Pah.->ke* lI ,
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Friday March U, 1947
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CHURCH OF CHRIST will also visit Mrs Cruthirds Mr
and Mrs
./wr Luke Fraser and Dr. and Mrs Luther B. Bridgers
SCIENTIST"SUBSTANCE"
daughter, Jean who is attendingthe daughter, Yvonne I left for
Lee spent the Atlanta Ga.. Monday following -
is the subject of nurses' training school at the .
past week end in Largo visiting the successful conclusionof
the Lesson-Sermon which will be Alachua County Hospital. !
They
read in Churches of Christ, Sci- were accompanied to Gainesvilleby Mr Frasers mother who is ill. I a two weeks' revival at the Pa-
I hokee First
entist, throughout the world on Mrs. Louis Davis. I i Milton Carpenter .seaman 2-;, J! Sunday 'vening.Methodist Church
Sunday. March 16. Mrs Amelia Jenkinson and Mrs R. G. Johnson took her USN. arrived in PahoK.ce Wednesday -'
The Golden Text is: 'God is daughter Miss Marion Jenkinson,\ daughter. Kathie ,to Good Samari- i I to spend a 20-day leave with !
able to make all grace abound to- Boston, returned to their home by! tan Hospital, West Palm Beach. his parents, Mr and Mrs O D. I
ward you; that ye, always havin? pla Wednesday after several ; on Wednesday for a tonsilectomy. I Carpenter. He will report back ROOMSAT
all sufficiency in all things, may weeks visit with Mr and Mrs. M. Mrs Homer J. Clause and grandson for duty at his station in Newport -
abound to every good work" (II C. Carter in Canal Point. While Jack Stanley, spent the week- I R. I.. on ..Mar. 29. THE
Corinthians 9:8)). here they visited, many places of end with relatives in Sanford. They
Among the citations which com- interest in the state. were accompanied home by Mrs.
prise the Lesson-Sermon is the"Heark Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Alley are Clause's daughter Mrs Wendell LAKEHOTEL
following from the Bible: expected to return home this week Harris, and after they returned
en, my beloved brethren, Hath not from Pikeville, Ky. where they Jack broke out with chickenpox.
God chosen the poor of this world were called recently by the serious Miss Lula Barfield of Pahokee
rich in faith and heirs of the king- illness of his mother, who is I left Wednesday of this week
dom which he hath promised to reported much improved. :Irs. for Tampa where she was scheduled Mr and Mrs I. J. Wierengo of Over R&F
Cafe
them that love him?" (James 2:5)). H. L. Speer is substituting for to undergo an operation on Belle Glade announce the birth of
The Lesson-Sermon also includes Mr Alley at the high school during Thursday at St. Joe's Hospital in a daughter Elizabeth Susanna at PahokeeRooms
the following passage from the his absence. I an attempt to restore her evesign4. the Everglades Memorial Hospitalon
Christian Ccience textbook "Sci- Mrs J. W. Cruthirds and Mrs. She was accompanied to Tampa by Mar. 8Mr. .
ence and Health with Key to the Lewis Friend left Wednesday of Guy Sharon. and Mrs. Grover D. Kirkland -
Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy: this week for a visit with their I. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Sims and son. Jr.. of Belle Glade announcethe By Day
"Which ought to be substance to parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. I. Smith Buddy, spent Sunday in Sarasota birth of a daughter, Patricia
tl3.-the I where they visited Ringling Muse- Danette, at the Everglades Me- Or Week
erring changing and
dy- in Gainesville. While
there
ing, the mutable and mortal, or the they I i i um. morial Hospital on Mar. 11 WfUflWJW

unerring, immutable, and Immortal - --- --- - ---- --
A New Testament writer

plainly describes faith, a qualityof
mind. as 'the substance of things
hoped for' (27:32).
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Among the new patients admit-
ted to the Everglades Memorial
Hospital this week are Mrs. Anna
Farnam, mother of Mrs. Loel
Lence, of Canal Point; Mrs. Lily
Chance Mrs. J. G. Sowder and

Paul Tillery of Pahokee and J. EDison .
of Indiantown.

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Its: all very well to make the world beat a pathto
Tues.Wed..
ycixr door but the industry that is strategically >"
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ClAluS 111ftJEllifft JIlESIe located nest the markets usually enjoys :

(HI' IlIlllen........IIr" the best profits.
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... Florida is in an excellent position to offer substantial r ,

20.
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the national potential, you are right next

door to booming: Lstin America while in

Thurs.Fri.. your own backyard you'll enjoy a healthy local

Florida market

mw nntt
ao"ssataun Why not give com thought to moving your

industry here, or starting a new one? You'll

enjoy many additional advantages including

dependable electric power supplies, idee.

climatic conditions anal "zioDdl fecal and
Double Feature
THE FLORIDA MARKETstate taxes. You'll find Florida a better place

SaturdayALSO LEADER IN THE SOUTH!! to build your "better mousetraps".

I 1. Per capi' income in Florida ii 25%
higher than the South'i average. .
Increase in total income to individuals
surpass the comparable national

,T TM'srid ii I 2. Florida and Southern leads the ratios.South in per capita +4 FLORIDA! PWEPTJlCBT\ ? (MIST

retail sales j _
3. With 5.44% of the South's population +! ."
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Florida enjoys 8.13% of retail f Illll \
: sales and 6.91%of the net effective

"Corpus Christi i iBandits" 4. buying In Florida income.62 9%of the net effective

buying income goes to retail sales For additional/ information wnfe toIt for o dttoM broth*
as compared with 56.56% for the
on th. Honda 1nO.F'f1II'W rhl.
nation and 53.49 for the South.

.\LAN LANE .oi.n frcm Sob Honcgti: ***jwrr r.f
e pow.Ccprrnprafacfto tF'ffi'r
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tad hfc Lemons ALL GIRL ORCHESTRA Ewy Sunday, 4:30 P. M. her CBS.

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March 14. 1947 t The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida Pap nft
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Revival Brings 41 I Delray Citizens Okeh Beach field during the Florida I!I Mrs. George B. Ramey and I I Miss Mary Meyers, who has
boom days soon after the City'1 I children David and Phoebe Ann. !l been the house guests of Mr. and
New Church MembersTo FPL FranchiseDelray abandoned municipal ownership t-f accompanied by her house guests I i; Mrs. O. R. McClure this season' I
Pahokee MethodistRevival the light plant. "Since that time." I,! Mrs. Monroe' Miller and son. Lee left Tuesday for a visit in Ten-
Beach citizens recently Smith said "the average residential I,I of Granby, Conn., were visitors' nesee before returning to her home
Services at the First I overwhelmingly approved renewal electric rate in Delray Beach ; at Jensen Beach Sunday. I, in Colorado Springs.
Methodist Church Pahokee cloned I' of the Florida Power and Light, has been reduced more than 50 -
last Sunday Evening bringingto Company franchise of relectric ': percent. I II | AdrrrtatntntFrom
light and power service in that The company recently obtainednew
close -
a what many people feel
community by a vote of twenty- I franchises in Boca Raton.
was one of the greatest Revivalsever
held in this area. Howeverthe five to one. The Delray Beac Okeechobee -and Greenacres City. I II ,_ where I sit... // Joe Marsh
City Council had unanimously - :
approved -
results will continue to accum- I----
ulate more and more each day. the franchise renewal. Istoday's II Stray Dogs To Be
election 558 of the freeholders I
The messages brought by Dr. of
Luther B. Bridgers were clear voted approval of thecouncil's Picked Up; B. Glade Mystery .
concise forceful to the and action. Only 23 were
point
convincing. Many were the de- opposed. I A dog cleanup is planned by the ,, K. Rocking Chair
cisions made by mature men and McGregor Smith president of : city of Belle Glade.Arrangements ', ..-....
women. :Many were the resolu- Florida Power & Light Company are being madeto 1 Ma Hopkins has a favorite rocking Quick as a wink he hid the new'
tions made to live more consistent described the vote as "Gratifying hold "clinics" there for vacci- chair that's worn and shabby, rocker and then brought Ma's old
Christian Lives. Many were the not only for the substantial vote of nation of dogs against rabies tj with a noisy creak. Pa Iloskins has chair back to the house. Now when
decisions made resulting in the confidence given our company but clear up a condition caused by mi- listened to that squeak for thirt he hears that squeak, he looks at
surrender of lives to Christ in even more important," he said gratory workers leaving their an- years . and he decided to do the mellow glass of be er' he's drink-
Conversion. The results of Re- "for the civic consciousness reflected imals in the community Dr. Pad
he and
a something about it. So boughta ing says to himst'fShe"s justas
vival of this kind will never be in their vote. At a time Rainey. county veterinarian re- new rocker, and hid the other in entitled! to her small pleasuresas
known. when numerous civic questionshave reported Monday. the barn. I am."
However here are some tangi- been sidetracked in many Stray dogs are going to .be
Ma allowed as how grateful she From where I sit. that's one of
ble results. Night after night the Florida communities because the picked up and eliminated he said.
First Methodist Church was legally required number of prop- Then the town plans to adopt an was . but when Pa missed her the reasons the IIoskinses are the
crowded service after service thi erty owners failed to participatein ordinance requiring all dogs to be one afternoon he heard a familiar happiest oldest-married peaceful -
sound that led him to the bam. st folks in town.
Interest was intense with even elections. I think the responseof j licensed. our
whole congregations responding to Delray Beach citizens is most I _ I'I'I There was Ma rocking happily in
propositions to seek earnestly olive encouraging as a sign of reawak- I I I.1lrs.. Monroe Miller and son, her old chair-squeak . squeak.
more consistent Christian ened civic interest throughout Lee returned to their home in No need to tell you bow Pa felt. :::9'e'llCtz
::
Lives. To Florida. Conn., after
date forty-one names Granby.; Monday a
have been given to the Pastor The Florida Power and Light month's visit with Mr. and Mrs. I
Rev. C. T. Howes for membershipin Company entered the Delray I George B. Ramey. "',rot rrrl;r. I' '- -i' "J."Stiff* I'rcurrs F..rll'J.lt;,, I
the church .all except six by
Profession of Faith. Greater Consecration -
to the work of the
.
church and the Kingdom is expected 1\111/!
to continue to show as a by-
product of the Revival in the
months ahead. At the close of the
Services on Sunday Evening the
Board of Stewards joined with the .
Pastor in inviting Dr. and Mrs. '
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FREIGHT RATE INCREASE
Bridgers to return another ;year
for another Revival.
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Mrs.Williams-Youner Edna Young, daughter of 4-

Mr. anlll\lrs..J. II. Connell of Can
al Point and Sam .Williams of INCREASE IN :

Pahokee were married at the pas- AL FREIGHT RATES =
torium of the Belle Glade Baptist
Church on Thursday. Mar. 6, with 55iINCREASED' COSTSINCREASE _
the Rev. Inow. pastor officiating.
Bt"fon.her marriage Mrs. Williams -
was employed in the clerical
department of the Bank of Paho- 1
.
kee. Mr. Williams son of S. J.
Williams of Winter Haven, is manager -
of the local Western Union IN MACES ,
office. They will make their home '1 BILLION 565 MILUON" ;
In Pahokee.

NEW PAYfNCRERSE IN .
ROLL TAXES MATERIALS COSTS

Dave O took man's '90 MIUJON_. '683 MILLIONWhy -

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Repair IJ ServicePhone : 1iiiii


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Welding Boring Grinding Lathe Milling Work freight rates are going up. .



REPAIR SERVICE ON

Magnetos, Starters, Generators Since 1939 railroad employes have today few have been so little and so 100,000 different products. They pay

Hydraulics Carburetors had three general pay raises totaling late as that in the price of railroad big taxes-taxes which are spent not

and Electric Motors %, and the prices of fuel, ma- transportation. only for public schools, public health

terials and supplies have risen 616/io%. and police and fire protection," but

How important are healthy railf't for highways airways airport
CHILLS ft FEVER But when the war ended in 1945,
roads to a prosperous country and inland waterways.
the railroads were still hauling freightat
DUE TO MALARIA
rates no higher, and in some cases Only when the railroads are finan Railroads are Americas lifeline-

RELIEVED tower than when the war began. cially healthy can they provide the keeping goods flowing among the 48

BY--- new equipment improved road beds, states. day and night in all weather.
o o..tivL..a Without increased revenues, railroads and better terminal facilities needed

-- - could not meet these costs and also; for still better service to you. They can continue to do this only if

IS YOUR LIVER provide improvements in equipment there is a reasonable Iwlance between

and facilities-improvements that areessential The defense of the nation depends income and outgo. Like yourself the

CRYING FOR HELPbecause for the low-cost freight and upon the continuance of the efficient railroads must make end. meet!

passenger services which are necessary( transportation which served the na
of constipation: cr faulty di- We this and other advertisements
? If you feel b::o :>. soar America's high standard of living. tion so well in the last war. are publishing -
bloated with gas head.u-hy. bl-u', to talk with you at fir;*t
prouchy.ou may be puttuv t'x by
burden on your l\er. Retained undigested Under these rnrurwtanCt."S-and alThe railroads are among the largest; hand about matters which are important -
food becomes put'TV.act:.vecauses .
toxins which ouTload the most a year after the last major wage employers of labor. They buy over to everybody.Friday. .
liver keeping It from working prop inC1"e8."Cthe Interstate Commerce
erly. Then Is the time to relieve jour
tired liter by letting Caloialw help 1 Commission recently approved an
nature sweep the putrefactive" and
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partially digested matter from your average increase in freight rates of . -" "
Komach and Intestines. Nothing acts .. -. ,
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Just like cood old Calotabs.: Use as di- 17 6'xo%. -
rected. lOc and 25c: at your druggets. i I .
Of all the price increases in America .
Take CALOTABS



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Page Six The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, March 14, 194T
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Richlands Concern Over 100 Attend Rogers Working To -------- I

Gets Cut On Rent Sunday School In Get Terminal Leave ; ; : i

Canal PointOver Bonds Converted I In
TALLAHASSEE Internal improvement -

fund trustees offered the top again! Yes, the a communication to Claude S.
Tuesday to cut back to $10,000 a attendance at the Canal Point Jones, local veterans service officer -
School last the Hon. Dwight L. Rogersreported I
Methodist Sunday
year rent on Richlands, Inc., on
Sunday broke 100 for the third this week the progressof i
2,500 acres of Pelican Bay land on
Sunday in a row. 108 were pres- Terminal Leave Bill HR-3 which
the edge of Lake Okeechobee if the ent just to prove that it doesn't Mr. Rogers is trying to introduceand
firm will pay $50,000 that is delinquent take the promise of a barbecue tj get passed in Congress in an ,
and nearly due get them to attend our fine school effort to make veterans' terminal
The board said it would make . for that barbecue for the en- leave bonds negotiable into cash.
the new lease for a minimum of tire Sunday was won free and The bill has been tied up in the ONLY
two years, with a stipulation thatit clear a week ago when our 101 attendance Arms Service Committee since THE i
will give six months notice be- brought the average to Jan. 3 and now has 50 signatures,
fore July 1 if the state wants to over 100 for three Sundays in a needing 218 more signatures in NATIONALLY KNOWN TIRE !
take over the muckland for use row. The figure of 100 may not order to get it out of the com- THAT GIVES YOU A "\ :
by the state prison farm at Belle seem very big, until the size of the mittee pigeonhole onto the floor'or DEFINITE WRITTEN ,
Glade. community and church family is vote according to Mr. Rogers' IB MONTH PRO-RATA
Luther Jones of Belle Glade, rep- considered . and then it becomes report GUARANTEE I
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resenting the corporation, had ask- great. Since 1939, the hundred' - .

ed that the trustees permit the mark has been broken only four Pahokee "Queen" In 5TRICUYQUALITY flkStirrE( .
concern to pay $12,500 on a $25- times before this .and then never NEw/ FHSH! :
000 annual rent payment due :May more than twice in a row. Let's Automobile Mishapliss WITH LATEST IMf'fo.OVEMENTS!
1, 1946 and catch up the rest of out fi6.00 ,
keep it up there Everybody
that year's payment installmentswhile next Sunday.In \ Ann O'Connell Pahokee aTVL 1U ESI
paying from that date on at the Class Contest Bill John- High School senior and Pahokee i 1480a\ \ 1 I '
the rate of $10,000. "queen" at the FEC cutoff I'I" 16 t
son's Class is nearing the Galapagos open- I I I TO,,
The trustees, however said they Islands, not far from the ing celebration in Fort Pierce Sat- I'' Lao > it . . . $20.40fc256.5016 NDtP Alri tt NGE o'f : gcravn !
would not reduce the $25,000 rent- starting point. Second place iq urday, narrowly escaped injury in . . . ,ib oo SAFEIZI' All $I ZC$ :
al due for the lease of home . . .r3.S.SJJo.b..r2.4.
payment firmly held by the IntermediateClass a car accident on her way 5.25/f 50,17 '
the land for the ;year ending next with the Primaries not too from Fort Pierce late Saturday 0 ZftC i
May 1.Jones. far behind. night. alrlik 512ES 5MILAk5AV1rI&' b lA :
said the land had not The March to Church in March The car in which Ann was riding Al. .I I'ii; le
proved as fertile as it was supposed Campaign will be observed in our driven by Billy Kolstad, was sideswiped -
to be before the waters of I church with another day of special by another car driven by 'I
Lake Okeechobee were pumped I I emphasis: Men's Day. We had a negro practically in front of the I HOME: OWNED AND WESTERN
away, and that excessive drainage fine congregation present for our O'Connell home in Canal Point. '1, OPERATED 1I.M.LAIR
costs made it unprofitable to farmit observance of Youth Day last Neither Ann nor any of her com AUTO
at the higher rental. Sunday and we are looking for- panions were hurt but the negro j' ASSOCIATE :
had to be taken to the Everglades
. next Sunday -
-- ward to as fine a group
PHONE 2831
Memorial for treatmentof STOREPATRONIZE
The theme of the Morning Hospital
Baptists CongratulateMethodist Service will be "I would Be True" injuries. Both cars were badly Pahokee, Florida !

. a salute to the men. In the damaged. .
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Church --
Evening Service the theme will bo ,.. j jI
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For Revival SuccessThe "Not By Your Bootstraps!" The Mrs. Farnum, mother of : : =::
Loel Lence of Canal Point,
the
at
Morning Service begins reg-
First Baptist Church of Pa- ular time of 11 A. M. but the Evening time- patient hospital at in Pahokee.Everglades MrS.1 I THE ADVERTISERS
hokee extends herewith hearty Service begins at the new
congratulations to the First :Meth- o(7:30. Attendance is being tak-
odist Church upon the conclusionof en at all of our services during
a most successful revival con- March to see just who is in the
ducted by the Rev. Dr. and Mrs. House of God on Sundays, for vie
Luther Bridgers. This entire area want to recognize such.A CHEVROLETAgain
will be the better for it. The crew of men and young men
"March to Church in :March" pro- will meet early Saturday morningto .
gram launched by the Pahokee- paint the outside of the church.
Canal Point Ministerial Associa- We need as many men as can put
tion likewise will benefit, thanksto in the day or a few hours in this
the anticipated increase in at- needed and grand work of beauti-
tendance on the part of those whorecognize fying the House of God.
in the church the hope of The Junior Fellowship will go to
in
American Democracy. Boca Raton with the minister on 1946. .
This Sunday the Baptist Church Saturday. March 22 for another
will observe Stewardship Day with fine outing of fun in the sun by the
every department emphasizing this ocean. Mr. Blair would greatly
molt important teaching. The appreciate a car and driver to help

pastor, Rev. C. A, Moberg will him.
preach at the morning hour on the -- FIRSTIN
subject using for a title, "T T T." 13 Veterans Receive
The Ladies Quartet will sing, "Is
Your All on the Altar?" It is Private Pilot's LicenseThe

hoped that all on the roll of the
Sunday School will make a special following veterans have recently -
effort to be present. James Harry received their private pilots
Wilkinson Jr., is the Superintendant. License upon completion of their
flight training course under G. I.
:Mrs. W. M. Dubose. Director of Bill-of-Rights.
the Training Union will present a Lavon K. (Punk) Batchclor SALES !
special assembly program in keep- C. R. Wetherington
ing with the theme of the day. Mitchell N. Pride
At the 7:30 hour, the pastor \wll Ilowell C. Cunningham
continue his series of chart sermons Robert C. Bair
on The Judgements, considering John W. LacyI.
the fourth. "The Judgement of J. Fra ure, Jr.
the Nations. Following the returnof Bernard l.. Hughes
The Jews to Palestine under John "'. Rashley FIRST IN CAR SALES-FIRST IN TRUCK SALES
the leadership of the coming false Foye Lassiter

Messiah, the twelve tribed: Children Billy McKutstryFloyd FIRST IN COMBINED CAR AND TRUCK SALES!
of Israel will be reborn in a L. Clarke
day and will go forth preachingthe Wallace Barnes
Gospel of the Kingdom after Over 30 local: veterans are now The final registration figures are in, base that you're wise to choose

recognizing their false leadership.The receiving free training in order to and again in 1946 America purchased Chevrolet, the only cars giving
nations' following the close of
obtain their pilots license under
Chevrolet
more cars-more LOIVESTChevrolet
BIG-CAR QUALITY
the ten Tribulation Period as with
the GI Bill. There are several veterans -
those of the past will be judged! a* who would like to become trucks-more Chevrolet COST, and the only trucks rating

to their treatment of the Jews pilots who still don't realize that cars and trucks combined-than as THRIFT-CARRIERS FOR THE
whose lives were in accord with this training is her make despite the fact that
absolutely free anyot ,
NATION! True there still aren'tenough
,
Isaac and
the God of Abraham
with not
strings attached. Chevrolet was out of productionentirely
Jacob. This judgement will usherin new Chevrolets to go
Information concernmc: t h i straining I during the first three
the Millennium as pictured by: ,; may be obtained from the around, but highest popular
the prophets of old. answering the local veterans office or. from Bill months of the year! A magnificent dollar value
of today "Thy Kingdom tribute Chevrolet demand means higher
prayer Gulden' of the Glades Aviation to production
Come. The program of music well the dollar just as highest production means
Company located in Pahokee andB..I1 efficiency, as as to
with the choir, orchestra and -
quartet
(' Glade value of Chevrolet products! It's quicker delivery of jour new car or
...
augmented bv the "Illuminat --.
ed Cross Meditation Sing" will boof William Harold the best proof you can possibly truck. Place your order-today!
Webb. Jr. cfcieelectrician'
the usual high order
mate. 1-c. who hasbeen

---- stationed at Key West for the ITS FIELD
past several months, has arrive CHEVROLET-LOWEST-PRICED LINE IN

Mr Sarah E. Barfield is visiting in Pahokee on terminal leave from
her daughter Mrs. J. E. Roberts the Navy. He was in the Navj
CHRISTIAN CHEVROLETPhone
and granddaughter Mrs. Elsie five years including four years or
Jordan, and families in West Palm submarine service in the Pacify
Beach while her daughter., Miss area during the war. He and his 2371 Phone 87Clewiston
Lulu Barfield. is in a hospital in wife and their small son plan t3
Tampa. make their home in Pahokee. Pahokee, Florida Florida



March U, 1947 The Everglades News, Canal Point. Florida Page Seven

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Death Takes Y. T. I in charge of arrangements for the !! for the affair. Many lovely gifts! Miss Sara Sanders of Palm I' Mr. and Mrs. G. Griscom John-

dedication ceremonies. | were received by the honoree. j'Beach spent the weekend visiting) son and children accompanied by
Housch In PahokeeYouel On the program Mrs. Vivian I Mrs. Abe Dobrow won the high I I
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. \V. Mr. and Mrs. R.V.. Howland. were
Mercer gave a review of the book score award, Mrs. J. M. Elliott,
Thomas Housch, 59, a resident "The Shining Stars" Mrs. O. O. i second high, and Mrs. Robert Sanders, in Pahokee. i visitors at Jensen Beach Sunday.
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of Pahokee for many years, I Gilbert, president, presided at the Chamberlain cut prize. Other .
died at his home on Bacom: Point I business. Mrs. y K. Harris was a guests were Mr?. Jack Thome of

road of a heart attack Tuesday visitor. Thirty were present. I Belle Glade Mrs. Max Beverly, i r

morning Mar. 11. - ; :Mrs. Al Beveily. Mrs. H. T. Wil r r
i I I" yA
Funeral services are scheduled I liams, Mrs. P. M. Cater Jr., Mrs.G .
Mrs. R. W. Lanier :
to be held at Berry's Funeral j L Sims. :Mrs F M. Shaughnessy,

Home in Pahokee this Friday afternoon Honored With PartyMrs. ; Mrs. C. Chase, Mrs. Xorman Kennedy 4 (iTS FtoE",
at 2 o'clockith Rev. C. Mrs. A. J. Lively and Mrs. J I

A. Moberg. pastor of the First I : C. T. Jackson and :Mrb. i \V. Payne |I r
Baptist Church, officiating. : - I I
T. S. Kirk entertained at Mrs. s <
Survivors include the wife, Mrs. Jackson's home on Bacom Point Mrs. Lucy Schaetz who recently :!

Myrtle Housch, Pahokee; two SODS Road Tuesday afternoon with a I received her discharge from

Lowell C., Pahokee, and Youel dessert bridge party and stork the VAC at Miami has joined

Thomas, Jr., Orlando; a daughter, shower in compliment to Mrs. R.I! her husband Charles ( Slim )
Mrs. Victoria llooreVest Palm \V. Lanier of Belle Glade. The Schaetz. in Pahokee where they I, a awtrKs
ir
Beach; two sisters. Miss Peggy Jackson home was decorated with are now making their home in one

Housch, Miami, and Mrs. \V. P. bouquets of iris and pink rose ; of the Moran apartments. I

Orcuke, Buford, Ga.; a brother

Clifford, Buford Ga., and a grandson n d: -
- -- -
Tommy Housch Pahokee. -T-----

Burial will be Woodlawn
yvrj--I1rk.
Cemetery in West Palm Beach.
Plants For Sale

We have i j.::t received a shipment: of
Grace Jernigan New NEW BATTERIES. Last winter Batteries
. almost
were scarce impossible to
Name For CircleThe Shrubs & Hedge Plants-Ornamental plants & Trees pet. This: \vintr may be the smVh -
cold y/calhsr strikes! many batteries go
Some Tropical & Sub-Tropical Fla. Fruit Trees .. dead in a hurry and then there is a grand
rush fir every:'oily to buy a new one.
name of the Business Wom includes Avacodas and Mangos Better let us install a new battery in your
an's Circle, Pahokee First Bap- car now d
tist WMU, was changed to the Palms in about 20 different Varities i QUICK !
Grace Jernigan Circle by unanimous -
',
r BATTERY CHARGER
vote at a circle meeting in
the Fellowship Hall Tuesday night. "Plumosa" NurseryEdward year service . a'.l: kinds of battery
and repairs. Free water Cf.ytin& .
The new name honors the memoryof l.J.i

the late Mrs. D. O.Jernigan who
was drowned with her hus- Oisen Pahokee, Fla. fM! CHRISTIAN CHEVROLET

.:&,j PHONE :2371;! PAHOKEE, FLA.
band in Lake Okeechobee last ': --- I L_ = _
''
summer. Both Rev. and Mrs. --

Jernigan were Baptist missionariesto -
the Seminole Indians and at the

time of their death were workingin
the Okeechbee-Brighton ar a

under the Baptist Home Mission J' BRINGING FLORIDA'S RICH GLADES AREA
Board. They were close friends of I Ii

Pahokee.Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Moberg of


Plans were made for the dedica-

' tion of the Fellowship Hall on the

evening of Wednesday. Mar. 26 at
which time Dr. J. Harrison Griffin I

will deliver the dedicatory address II
F; /20
: MILES
NOTICE OF PKOPOSEI i.F.nisL.\TioN &
Notice s hereby gtven that the Board
of Public Instruction of Palm Beach r ,
County will present to the next legislature T ,
of Florida to conenethe first o
Tuesday after the first Monday of I .
April 1947, and request It. enactmentinto I OAECNOtEE r GpPfI UvTY jO
law a bill relating to and providing I STUAtT NEARER
for the consolidation of all the :ey ., r
special tax school districts of Palm
Beach County. Florida Into one specialtax 0 .
school district and making: the
boundaries of said consolidated district I
coextensive .1th Palm Beach County: i \ vmro THE DOUBLE TRACK
providing for three trustees for said: Late ,\ T* rACA _\\\tJ
school district; one trustee to resideIn -
the territory lying: west of Twenty tO
Mile Bend when produced north and l; Okeeckonee MAIN LINEMTt" I
south across Palm Beach County; one ,
a
trustee to reside In the territory northof tt CAtiAI O H N tt r -
the Palm Beach Canal and east of '
said Twenty Mile Bend when produced *t PAHDKE N\,4 I tU 4 Gx
north and south across Palm Beach
County: one trustee to reside In the BELLE r PALM REACH
territory south of the Palm Beach
Canal and ea+t of Twenty Mile Ben -
when produced north and south across A11 Mi1G7N
. ;
3, CO err
'r = s. k 1'w
Palm Beach County": providing that the '---r_
said special tax school districts consolidated Z I
as. one school district shall Ate
nevertheless be and remain primarily
liable for their respective bonds and t-i y '
/ 7fliAT EACa
that taxes to pay their respective bonds
shall be levied and collected In the .
same manner and to the same' extentas
such taxes were being: tested and 3Q A IATIIMe
--
collected prior to this Act becoming a
law.All
persons Interested will please' take '0 S a'
t
noticeBOARD
OF PUBLIC INSTRUC-
TION OP PALM BEACH COUNTY
FLORIDA
By c. D. Blackwll. Its lttorney.CHIROPRACTOR of the Florida East Coast! Railway's
r COMPLETION between Lake Okeechobee and Fort

Pierce marks another milestone in the progress of

the fabulously rich Florida Glades area, which has become

WEST PALM BEACH RAPID GROWTH one of the leading winter vegetable) and cane sugar
WON.. WED. and FBI.BELI.E GLADE producing sections of the United States.

TUFF THURS. and SAT.
OF GLADES AREA The Florida East Coast Railway pioneered in the development -
DR.
L. S. JONES
of this remarkable agricultural empire with

Phone Suit 3650 301-03 west Comeau Palm Bldg.Beach. FU. Back in 1929-30 the Florida East Coast the construction of its original branch line to Okeechobee

Railway moved only 2,104 carloads of perishables in 1915. Later this was extended along the east and

out of the Glades area. By 1939-40 south shores of the Lake in the 1920's. Winter vegetables -

production had increased to 6.02S carload and sugar products began to flow out of the region

and in 1945-46 reached a rt'cordf 12.314 in constantly increasing volume.

cars. In addition to winter vegetables the
Dr. R. Y. Creech Jr. Florida East Coast Railway last year The new Cut-off provides! greatly improved transportation -

handled 32.7PO carloads of cane and 1.802carloads : facilities, reducing the rail distance! from Lake

OptometristPHONE of raw sugar and molasses, produced Okeechobee to the Florida East Coast Railway's high

in this region. The improved service inured J double I ) track main line ,by! 120 miles. It also I open-

371 provided by its new Cut-off, paves the way up thousands of acres of virgin land in St.: Luck and

New ElsberryBuildinp I for further increased production and diver Martin Counties, adapted to aturage.. citrus! truck

sification. crops and sugar cane.It .

: has long been the polity of the Florida East Coast

Railway: to make improvements such a.\ thi, that contrutvely -

Belle Glade Florida : : ;aid thntinued' growth and development!

"f it- fat growing territory.

:Mai1111rep.1i1'S I

or !j I FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY


replacements I A Florida
Industry and InstitutionFrida

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Eight The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, March 14, 1947



I Commissioner rdhts Plan- To Abolish Brown's Farm Voting Precinct I IBrown's



,.".

Farm voting precinct Wroten And Belcher Mrs. John Stevens :'"MY BEST FOR GOD" Evening Service "Living Victor-
east of Belle Glade narrowly es
The Sunday Services at Th iously."
caped abolishment on Monday at a Groups In Contest Tie Dies At Ocala HomeMrs. .I First Methodist Church, Pahokee I .
meeting of the board of county ; I I Mrs. Albert Anders of Gainesville
I will feature special music. In the
commissioners when CommissionerC. i
I The contest being conducted by John Stevens, 92, mother of is expected to arrive here
Y. of Beach (in Morning Service by the Adult
Byrd Delray the Pahokee Men's Bible Class has this
W. A. Stevens of Pahokee died in I coming week for a visit with
whose commissioner's district the! reached a new high in interest as Ocala on Sunday Mar. 9. Mr. and Choir under the direction of John :i i her parents. :Mr. and Mrs. L E..
precinct is now located) suggestedthat i evidenced by the record attendanceof Mrs. Stevens and their soninlawand Dulany and in the Evening the i I Hamilton.Mr. .
the precinct be abolished in' last Sunday. As predicted last daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Young People's Choir under the

the name of economy. I' week, Leo Wroten and his group Harry Wilkinson, Jr., left Mondayto direction of Robert Lampi. The I I and Mrs. Harry M. McIntosh -
Commissioner Paul Rardin from went to the top in a tie with Al attend the funeral services I Pastor Rev. C. T. Howes, will use I; and children returned :Monday I
the Glades section was quick to Belcher and his men, enjoying a which were held in Ocala on Wed as his subject at Morning Service from a visit with relatives in -
spring to defense of the tiny precinct total of 92 points each. nesday. i "My Best For God" and at the Washington, D. C.
whose returns have been Paul Watson and his fine cropsof I
awaited avidly through the years _. -- -- .
enthusiasts, with 90 points, are - -
..
when the handful of voters have( ,--- - -- - -. --
staying within the bounds of "al : .
made known their choice soon most", ready to spring a surpriseat ,
after the polls were opened. Rar- the opportune moment. The.
din said that the election expense others who "will not be denied" I i
($45 in the most recent election]) say "Just wait." Max Beverly is ANNOUNCING THE
was far offset by the favorable in fourth place with 70 points, the {

publicity received by Palm Beach others follow in order Horace Un- OPENING OF THELumber '
county when the returns were put win with 67, Jack Spell with 62, I
on the Associated Press wire long' Howard Holman with 58 and W.
before noon each election day. I Upthegrove, "The Tale" with 54. + I Ii
Following Rardin's announced This fine and friendly spirit >pf P&M i i

opposition to the precinct abolish-I brotherly competitive endeavor is a t
ment plan Commissioner Byrd large factor in contributing to the !
suggested that the county attorney hoped for accomplishment of 200

study the feasibility of doing away I enrolled and 100 in attendance ; t
with the precinct. Rardin suggested during the season. The far reaching -
that the county attorney also hope of the materialization of Co.t
consideration the sentiment -
take into
this goal is that other churches ,
attached to the tiny precinct's might see the possibilities in this
the fact that
existence and
kind of a program and be guided
another poling place would have to accordingly. Unless the men of IN PAHOKEE ,
be provided for those who live in
America take their rightful places

the precinct.The little .community near Belle outlined commensurate in the with Bible.God's God's plan, Holy as (Formerly Pahokee Lumber Co.) !

Glade, known as Hillsboro Planta- Word, this country might just as I
tions as well as Brown's Farm
well stop singing "God Bless
criticism from IN THE SAME LOCATION
also drew some America" for ungodly leadershipwill !

Prince.Commission Prince Chairman doubted the John pre This Sunday produce at ungodly 9:45 in Followship.FellowshipHall WITH A GOOD SUPPLY OF : 1

cinct's right to close its polls before on Bacom Point Road this ,
the legally set closing time. class will meet. The Class Quar-
Voters there usually complete tet will sing with Gary Sanders at FRAMING FLOORING 1
their balloting early and the returns -
the piano. A most cordial invitation -
i
announced Immediately.
!! are
is extended to all unaffiliated
Outside the meeting County
men of this area and visitors. SIDINGSOME !
Registrar DeWitt Upthegrove said
he understood Brown's Farm -C . d
be swelled to 100 BAPTISMThe i
population
may
by farm developments in the com- First Baptist Church of CYPRESS SIDING, CYPRESS FRAMING ,i I II
.
Pahokee will conduct the ordin- I ,
ing year. .
ance of Baptism Sunday After AND EXTRA WIDE CYPRESS BOARDS. I J
I
Ina & Nina Russom noon at three o'clock at the Canal
Point Baptist Church. The publicis : I I }
Have Birthday Party invited.

Ina and Nina Russom, twin Mr.cordially and Mrs._-Jack- Phillips and Our Shop Will Be In Operation Also I j

daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Curtiss
daughter. Betty Jo, Mrs. Paul
Russom. celebrated their 15th Sasser, J. C. Phillips and Bobby I
birthday anniversaries at a recent Phillips spent the weekend in ;
dance party at the Woman's Club Wauchula with relatives. u. : _
building with Mrs. Leon Spoonerand
Mrs. Calvin Spooner acting as -

hostesses. : _. c.- !
Refreshments of ice cream and

cake were served to Googie Williams i
Kenneth Edens Robert t
Edens. Hubert Swain. Billy Rawla, : I ;
Jimmy Aunapu. Jerry Dart Jerry
Cone Bo Jameson. Billy Joe Bar- Jf
wick. Johanna McKinstry. Ray
Canithers. Lee "'roten, Murray :
FROST PREVENTION !
Weeks Yvonne Frasure, Curt .
Mock. J. D. Harpley Kenneth
Johnson. Bobby Moberg. Blanche I
Stevens Joan Wilson Steve Kirk.
Gant. Barbara Wilkinson
George :
DEAR NEIGHBOR:
Betty Hicks. Johnny Fessenden.
Eddie Hodges, Jack Major. Harlan I
Sears, Clarke Nason. Roy Pad-

gett. Ralph Chaney. John T. Pick- You don't suppose by any chance that our way of ]life here on the shore of Lake .

ett Jr.. Barbara Wroten. Ea"l Okeechobee has anything to do with the backsets we receive at the hands of Mother Nature? ..
Chance, Helen Howes and Chandler
Mcllwain. Could it be that we are not putting first things first ? Could it be that we are thinking too much .

-_ about the material things of life and losing sight of some of the finer things? .
IN THE CIRCUIT COrRT. INM" >
MIR P1M: BEACH COfNTY..

MORintCHMIR\' %O. 21100 ,

N.n.v.BECK CIIISHOULpuinuir. Could it be that on the Lord's Day each week that we aren't taking Him into consideration -

A P CHISHOLM.n. enough? Is He on your list for His share of your earnings? Do you make a habit to

NOTICE Defendant TO IPPER donate to his work? Could it be that more consideration given Him and his Kingdom might

TO A P CHISHOLM CoO UTT1F.CHISHOLM. bring about difference in life?
RURAL ROUTE NO 1. a our daily
COOS OEOROIAYou
are hrrrby rrqulrrd to a pr*" in
the abo\e Court on the 7th day of
April A D 1W7 *.m* bm! RulfIfey
of Mtld month. at the Court Hou-r I No. you can't buy thi particular brand of frost protection. nut you can change

County In \Ncst Florid Palm to Beach.an-wer Pam to the Brach Bill I your way of doing things and take Him and His day into your plan of living and make a sincere

cl you Complaint in the: .t tor>o\e Dlvorre entitled1 flied cause a"alnt and effort to :support His work. However please! : bear in mind that you can't chisel! after you deride "
Txensladei Nem a newspaper regulariv -
puMlkhed In Palm Beach CountyFlorida to participate in the plan.
t' tlf'rpbdMljtnatf'd. athe
nee"'MMr In which this order thai!
be publl-hed once each week for four
cone<-ute AND_erklv ORDERED IWIMXDONE at west Palm Ttis Ad Paid :u By A ,3.a110 P..Z't's This'Page .
Beach Palm Beach County Florida/ .
tfeit 5th dn ot Uarch. A D 1W7
J A>* Arnette Cierk cf the
Circuit Court Palm leach
Oountv" Florida
I C"tI'C'UI"ourt Sea l I!
Rv Thaddle P Plant .- - -
Deputy Clerk -
Thadd Whldden I II

Attorney for PlamuttPahokee. I . .
Florida __ '- -
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