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

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FRIDAY LtMarch


21,1947CIRCULATING PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARO/N




THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY



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1 I Illinois ResidentsTo New Mail ScheduleFor Rep. B. Elliott Heads Workers Enthused

RECENT I Visit Canal Point Education B GroupIn

Glades Starts Over
Coming SessionState Cooperation
OPERATIONSBy Mr and Mrs. Thomas H West of


. I Wmnetka Miriam West Illnois Blair the of the parents Methodist of- First Of The MonthA Rep. B. Elliott. Pahokee. ''In '47 Chest Drive

Paul Rardin
I i Parsonage in Canal Point has been named to head the House

will fly down to Florida next week Education B Committee for the
new proposed mail schedule Community Chest President
arriving on Thursday. March 27. session of the Florida
The legislative clinic held in the will go into effect in the Lake coming Frank Shaughncssy said jesterdaythat
They will spend several days visit- Legislature it was announced in
court house Wednesday of this I workers in the drive are enthusiastic -
ing the Blairs at Canal Point. Okeechobee Region on April the Tallahassee by House Speaker
week is a move toward better I. over the outlook of
They plan to spend April in Fort first. The change in arrival and Thomas Beasle .. 'I
government in Florida. Senator raising the $12,600.00 needed to
Lauderdale. Mr West who is an Many of the proposals which
John R. Beacham State Repre- departure of mail was brought I carry on charities during the coming -
international patent attorney in have been the of the
sentative. B. Elliott and RussellO. about by discontinuance of the II outgrowth 12 months. Actual solicitation -
Chicago and a member of the In- Citizens Report on Florida education -
Morrow heard proposed bills Florida East Coast railway trains started on Monday morning of
ternational Council of
Religious and which have been endorsed
discussed at length before the I this week and the drive will be
Education recently retired as over the old branch line from in Palm Beach would
clinic by proponents of the bills. County continued. Mr Shaughnessy said
Chairman of the Lay Advisory Canal Point to New Smyrna.All I fall to Elliott's committee 33
With this open and above board until the full amount is raised.
Section of the Federal Council of 'I would other local which
manner there is no chance of any I mail will be brought to Lake proposals The drive is being conducted on
Churches. The Wests plan to have been discussed
bills being rushed through the return Region towns by star routes out of in regard to a systematic basis this year and
to Canal
Point before flying I educational standards.
without the citizens teams have been named to
legislature North. West Palm Beach and Clewistonit carryout
and taxpayers knowing what is I B's many friends in the county solicitation efforts in every
. was pointed out in the an- will be happy to know that he has
. .
going on. The Palm Beach coun- I section of the Pahokee and Can-

ty delegation in Tallahassee is to nouncement telling of schedule been chosen for this outstanding al Point. More than 800 names of

Orin Bacon Heads Two round will be honor in the next session of the
be congratulated for the patience changes. trips male adults have been tabulated in

displayed when the long list of made daily between West Palm legislature. Pahokee and the chest workers

proposed bills was brought before Rotes Next YearOrin Beach and Glades Towns with - plan to make a systematic canvassof

them. They spent the entire day mail service for all the towns in Roy Pope Renamed each and every person before

considering their merits and de the Lake Okeechobee Farming the drive ends.

merits. Bacon Region. Rupert Mock at the Bank of Pa-
I proprietor of the
The first mail of a morning out Post CommanderRoy hokee is the treasurer and dona-
Here's if live outside Pahokee Supply Company in Pa-
a tip
you of West Palm Beach will arrive in tions can be made direct to him incase

the city limits of Pabokee it isn't hokee was unanimously chosen as Canal Point around 6:30: a. m. and any person is missed by the

necessary that you pay the tele- president of the Rotary club to in Pahokee about 30 minutes later Pope was re-elected com-' solicitation teams.

phone company an extra 10 per- serve the ensuing year starting or 7:00 a. m. The star route mander of Canal Point American Mr. Shaughnessy and folks who

cent tax on your phone bill. July I, 1947. Mr. Bacon is serv- carrier will continue around the Legion Post 242 at a meeting ;n are spending, their time Inan effort -

After seven months I found out ing as secretary of the club at lake to Lake Harbor where he will the woman's cITJbhouse Monday to raise the $12,600.00 feel

that my bill had been increased present and will finish the yearon deliver and pick up mail and return evening. Other officers chosen for that their efforts will be rewarded

46c per month to take care of this the day he takes over as presi- to West Palm Beach, making the year were T. W. Griffith first before the end of the drive and

tax. This month I deducted $3.22 dent of the club. stops in Pahokee at 9:30 a. m. and vice commander; F. W. Cross. .Jr, that the full amount will be forthcoming -

from my monthly.. .bill. Dennis Caudill, John Dulany and in Canal Point at 10 a. m. second vice commander; W. E. for charities. It is hoped

Abe Dobrow served as a nominat- The afternoon star route carrier Johnson finance officer; Charles that when the full amount is rais-

Funeral Services ing committee appointed by Pres- will leave West Palm Beach in Maxson. chaplain; H. Sims ser- ed that all other solicitations will

ident Pete deMoya to bring in time to reach Canal Point around geant-at-arms; L. L. Maxson. be stopped in the Pahokee-Canal

nominations. The only other nom- 1 p. m. and Pahokee at 1:30 p. m. Henry Kautz. Ben Rogers F. M Poiint community

Merett SpencerFuneral ination from the floor was that of He will continue to Clewiston and ----
Wilson and Loel Lence executive
Roy Vandegrift who withdrew.E. start his return trip in time to arrive -

J. Carlton of the Gulf Life in Pahokee at 6:00 p. m. and I committee.The executive. committee was Paul Tillerv Post

services for Merett Insurance Company in Pahokeewas Canal Point at 6:30 p. m.

Spencer 47, of Canal Point were elected to serve as secretaryand Post office hours in Pahokee are asked by Commander Pope to investigate -
and the feasibility No. 90 CommanderPaul
held at the Canal Point Baptist treasurer during the coming from Sam. until 6 p. m. and in judge

Church Sunday at 2:30 p. m. with year. Also named as new directors Canal Point from 8 a. m. until :5 of purchasing the old"oman'.J

Rev. Don Pinson. pastor, officiat- were: Homer Clause. J. T Pickett p. m. and plans are being worked club building at Canal Point and .
Tillery was elected
and Frank Shaughnessy. :Mr. out to receive mail from the star remodeling it for use as a Legion of commander
ing.Mr. Fred and Percy Mansfield !-
Spencer died at the local deMoya and Mr. Bacon will be the route carriers at the newly appointed home for Post 242. F. \\ Cross. Post 90 at the annual
I election -
hospital on Friday following hi* other members of the board of hours. Jr. and Mr Pope gave reports on
of officers held
return from Johns Hopkin Hos- directors.The All mail from Port Mayaca will the Legion's Ninth District conference tht""oman's Club Monday nightin
building.
pital on Thursday. He had been incoming president has lived be brought to the Canal Point post which they attended a<' local Other new officers elected wereMelvyn

of ill health for some time but in Pahokee for more than office by a special mail messenger.The delegates in Lake Worth over the
Pugh. fiat vice commander -
his death came as a shock to his seven years coming to Pahokee mail will be dispatched from weekend' : Five new members were
: O K. Carr. second vice com
many friends in this area who were in 1940 when he was connected: the Canal Point office for its destination received at the meeting
mander.' : X. L. Garrison third vice
.
unaware of the seriousness of his with the P. M Cate Company asbookkeeper. after it has been received .
commander, M\ B. Carlton. finance
condition A veteran of World Three years ago the I from Port tayaca.I NEW FREIGHT !SERVICEThe
officer: A. J. Lively chaplain:
War I. he came to Florida from Pahokee Supply Company was I Postmaster E. A. Jensen at Pa- FECRR announces this
Mildred historian Melvin
Spencer :
Harrisburg. Ark.. 15 years ago and formed with Mr Bacon as man- I hokee and Postmaster Osceola week that freight !service will be Spooner. sergeant-at-arms; ClaudeS

for the past few years has been ager and took over the Denton Upthegrove at Canal Point said started on the new Ft. Pierce cut
Jones!' service officer, and David
very successful at vegetable farming Hardware store. The election of they would work wholeheartedly off on April 1. At the same time Bleech.
adjutant.
on a small scale in the Canal Mr Bacon as president was a I and cooperatively under the new : r".irf'n the branch between the
Post' !*>
It was announced that !!
Point area.Survivors. 1 popular move by Rotarians and a schedules to give this area the best : C'ut-ff and Mavtown will b P discontinued -
I '
is being repreented in the Community -
include his wife Mrs.Eva'Speneer. successful year under his gUidancei. mail service possible. Melvin
Chest drihy
those close to Rotary I
Canal Point a broth predicted by
-- -- --------------------------
Mike Sanders avid
pnnpr.
er. J. E. Spencer. lI\rri'hur! RIe 'h. CurtI. Chase Harold Wilkinson

Ark.: four sisters.! Mrs W F. Har- 1 --_--- I( Road Board Head Bayless) Promises < and Maurice Carlton and the

Ark.. Mrs. RrvantWnpht.

prove. Brooklvn.. Tyronza Ark. Mr; O T I' Electrical Repair Early Action Glades Roads Repair Jobs j po nr'st! t2 will(illil be of responsible the crest budget for rais-ofItepr.rts

Frown lIarri-hur Ark. and Mrs! Open In Canal PointJ : $12. ;/)0

J GriS= !II. Nest Rul re.rk I i nn the Ninth Dutrift

Pallbearers were {". R. Wefenncton. La-t week Paul liar'tin wired' Road Boar fiairman EJpinHiv' l.akf''orth
W W H .1 and Gas Fleming i I ro-ferenre held in
.
Sr. Ray I 1\: wk. Hov"Miller f !"ss :* -tard t.. i tart r,g time f..r r ad work :r th. Lake by P-
have rpenrd an flertnral appliance over the uc-ekend Wf'r."f'n
Robert tl\ckf'v.' Bill RrowT. i ri>pi.n A pr,'mpt r. ply fr"n: Mr Rav' "-''. s.i.d that plans on re- and
J. W Repper Lee Rawlsa d W H jWhorten j sales! and repair shop in the treading the M road betwet':i Pahoke ai.I Belle (;iaa<> will b A J"n..fn. S 1-: Gammage
Plans for organizing -
Ot'ee St-nico up.rs.t'n'ict': Station prepar.il "m te very rear f.ltlirf' Melvin Fpooner"
I:
at the JunctIOn of state Roads The 1"I7 SUP budget rails for rebuld.rg the road from South and Air Scout unit in PaV.Jcre

Burial vas: at the Port Mivaca I i 15 and Tlrt m Canal Port They i flay to Belle Glade and from Six-Mile Rn-lce into Rel'e! Glade MrRavless were n

Ct'mf'tf'fTh'rry's Funeral Home. vavr' equipment and parts for the gird in hs telezra" that these two project will *.. read 'was received a- sew memt...rFnlkrAine

win charge of arrangement"LftttlON .- repair of prart-.rallv all kind.-, and to advertise for bid." within thlrtdJt'.s or not later than Apnl te meeting the Ipionaires *-
-- ---- i I? since fcL telegram: was ; wakes of .'l..tn'.ai l arplar.cf' on joined
I> \NTKSTre Ba"lestE'le m in full beams:
: appears Kur rt ring '*hlh r"frf'Shmf'nt.5 '-
social
Pahokee Post of the American the market Bv phomrg:: 5O1 a i TaIIaha '!*e. Fla. a .rv..ol by mornbent' .
were
Legion is !sponsoring: dance I customer may obtain pIckup anddelivery 3:55 pm. March 1?. IStt of thf'u1tlli'u'y..

each Saturday night at the \\"oman's service.Mr I Paul P..ardn.: --- ---
: received his County Commissioner
Pahekee. according -. Wi: xl recertv
club build.nc In I
and daughter -
Canal'Point. J. Thorr.rkms
Fla. Mrs
announcement by the discharge from tverrcy Air I
to beserved P..t'telill N readywthin' thirty days to advertise the Mss! Mildred ThomrW-, returned -
Field where
dance committee The dances\ Force at f\ns\ I Belle Glade to Six M.Ie Bridge and South Bay to Bile to SumtTvllle. Fla.. Sunday -

start at S clock and are for enjoyment as flight engineer with the j Glade projects Will have plans on tie Pahokee to Pete after a visit with her inter.Mr ,

of high school students rank of corporal Mr Fleming 'I Glade project prertred :n very near future and other rel.
R D: Durrance
the committee head said An admission 'wan formerly Coca Cola d.stnbu- !, F FJ nn Bayless. Chairman. *

charge cf 25c is made. tor for tr* Glades! area i State Road Department ativet in PatGkee:



.

Page SiX The Everglades ;,ews, Canal Point Florida Friday March 21, 1947
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been to some invaders of the "gay I First ur. is "My name is Julia' F1.7XEC.LOR INFANT I II Friday. Burial was Woodlawn

Cinematic ChatterBy white way," very profitable. I Ross." on' the same bill William Private funeral services for I Cemetery in West Palm Beach
The three little maids sell their Gar gan, Jean Rogers and Phillip Patricia Danette Kirkland. three Berry's Funeral Home was in
Malcolm MillarA I
farm, divide the inheritance and P.eed min-
lead you through sixty days old, were held at the Kirk- charge of arrangements.
make off to the city. There, sure utes of throat clutching excite- --
1 laRd home in Belle Glade on Sun- :
very delightful comedy is to enough, they do meet millionairesat : ment in "Hot Cargo." day with Rev. Inlow officiating. Mr and Mrs. V L Geiger have
be screened at the Prince Theatre the start which is rapidly gain Thursday-Friday brings Irene Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs as house guests this week his
this Sunday-Monday when "Three:. ing success . but . the who Dunne Rex Harrison and Linda Grover D. Kirkland of Belle Glade, uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs.
Little Girls in Blue" moves in. thing turns out to be very embar- Darnell in a much talked of picture she died at the local hospital on Robert Davis of Wood river. 111
The story has to do with three rassing and complicated and only The story is the very inte-I
little maids, reared on a farm who comes out properly when you have, resting novel Margaret Landon. f fI
get the idea of going to the city tied yourself in a knot with laugh which was a Book Club feature: I
"Anna and The King of Siam."
.
and there millionaires.Well
marrying
you'll have to admit it is i ter.There's a double feature program This is a very clever story, with I ; Authorized Dealers . .
Linda, favorite wife of the King
very pleasant past-time ,and has on for Tuesday-Wednesday.
pitted against Irene, who is thereas WISCONSIN AIR COOLED ENGINES
an English governess. I ALSO REPAIR PARTSNEW
* * * *
*+* *** ******* ***** *************** ** Saturday brings a double feature
Y 4 Y v M Y 4 Y l Y Y Y Y Y Y * Y Y Y 4 I PORTABLE WELDER Enabeling us to
iA with the Western portion of the
; do any kind of Steel Construction at any place
J. :. program taken up by Sunset Car- .
son and Linda Sterling in "SanteFe : I. Manufacturers Of

<41.> Camera F.:!: Saddlemates". which is an exciting I I IRRIGATION AND DRAINAGE PUMPS

. .. Western story. I HYDRAULIC MOLE DRAINS
.. 4.. The other picture is "Gay I
*>
.;> Immediate Delivery 4:. Blades" with Allan Lane, Jean : WEED CHOPPERSWE

. Rogers, and a fine supportingcast. MANUFACTURE EVERYTHING THAT'S I

;;y. Limited Number 4'l'. MADE OUT OF IRON FOR USE IN i
4.. See you at the mo\ies Mai. '
THE GLADES
" .
> 8 mm. y
. Plans Are Made To AGENT FOR :iCRUIP AND CORRIGATED I
: EASTMAN MOVIE CAMERAS ::: '
: ALUMINIUM: : ROOFING t tr .
y Dedicate Fellowship

.:. :Miniature Speed Graphics 4 Hal! I
V By BaptistsUnder r Canal Point Machine Works i

4. Eastman Kodaslide Projectors 4:" :
. .. the splendid chairman- CANAL POINT PHONE 331 P. O. BOX 466
h V ship of Mrs Claude L. Shirley,

.I"Y also 4. next Wednesday in Baptist Fe- I' "March: to Church In March" I
4 y lowship Hall beginning at seven
.:. Movie Film {
: o'clock with a covered dish supper
* > V a of dediaction Will _____ __ ____ n
program
$ Roll Film .
be A
4 presented special programof
v music will be presented. The
roll call of the church membersand

i y Halsey & Griffith Inc. {:Y:} Lawrence friends Jaudon.will chairman be conducted.of the j I PIANOS JEWELRY MUSICJ.

Y building committee will give 3 i
41. v short history of the building of '\ R ASH L E Y

.:_ West Palm Beach, Fla. 4:" Fellowship Hall. Dr J. Harrison JEWELER Belle Glade. Fla.
Griffin, State Chairman of Christ-

: Datura St. Phone 3883 v. ian Education, with headquartersat
iY. 313-15-17 4:
.. Stetson University will peak GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY !
h V on "Fellowship. Rev. C. A. Mo-

.:......'-.... ...."".........................................".......".... ................... berg, pastor, will be in the chair. I
Committees are. Tables, Messers.
F. G. Gillis T. B. Wilson and the 1n--=,'"rn,rnnn 7'Y.,rnnnn,rn!,'''rnnnnn' ,rnnn"" ,rninnnnn,""""rnnronnn 7'V! ,,yHERBERT'S

Intermediate boys: Flowers, Mrs.
RupE"rtIock, Mrs Sam McKms- Fine Clothes For
try \lr9. C. B. Starling and Mrs.
E. L. Pope; Dishes and Silver, Men and Women I

HomogenizedVitamin Mrs. Dave Young and Mrs. L. G TAILORED TO MEASUREHave
Alderman: Kitchen the Mesdames
Your Ladies Clothes TailoredBy
O. Gilbert Stella Mulli and W.
V. Un vin. Man's Tailor
D MilkAVAILABLE E;
Dining Room, the Mesdames A. '
C. Santo Thurmond Knight V. AL BELCHERBOX i
I Henderson. Bob Henderson Pat
-:- Schoeppel. W. ,, McCurdy and 876 PAHOKEEgjnug l

II I \\ A. Stevens; Coffee, the Mesdames -
I AT YOUR Homer Barnes W M Du- g '&\Je.'
II Bose. C. A. Batchelor. E Keen,
GROCERY STORE Joe Thompson and F. Barnes Tea ___ ________ _. u '_ __ _

-o-: \\1 Mrs. F .G. Oilhs. Mesdames H. L. f
i pM'r. R. C-mithers. C A. Straehle fi
and F.. Wilson: Serving. Mes- i
: LFACREAMERY i! dime H. T'nwin J. Wilkinson, i I
\ : Jr.. r:. F. Kincaid. Leah Keen and !

II IIII : W Kemp.
(
R.t .P
; Clearing Tables Mesdames pl
CO. Crime. II Whiddon. L. Baxter v ,
II ; J oyR1
III and Miss' Clark Hull Mr J.

I R Phone 20 Belle Glade, Fla. I Wood: Dish Washing Mesdames
"'. H. 1,1'r.. (". Connell Wj .

I i'I: "March: to Church In : j j Tilli. O Ptravho-n O Powell" and "."_
I: March"4 ;, F Colomar: Roll and Brend Mr -
i, ant MrW Tilli-s: Butter and GET GUARANTEEED
I P, kl.=. Miss D'lnwnv and Mr
1 j C R .r..t'n: In'itatlnnsIrs fl '
i i K Gammage and Rob f"l1tht. DAVIS
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j Sims; Nina: Briers aid Mi I ; r'u"tw:1n..stf''f's.. the M. -
I d. noc Pa'O \\.at..on. Sadie B;tr- TIRES
w"i' k.\ <'-\"tlt'r.: A. Mors-nn C* A
,
I Mob*'rs: and! T C RirhirdonMrs.
CNEASY
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I Schroder Speaks V F TERMS

A Servant of the Glades j Methodist: Circle
():SM M.IMI IMMNM.J" :

: .\ \\hhk
.
:\1'- !' .I -S rr. J t. r ;' X. "1 TIRES MOUNTED FREE

4 Buses To :Miami j i f.-:: .': -I'_':. f,.-," G.,-vj r'r- ', i:J.' Si', '.,' 6.00 x 16 SIZE

I To WiM Palm Beach !I On i 1P.lt.. k.-.> t.th..h."C- I TUBES J
DAVIS BUTYL
: at an:.. t.1 at the h"J:" of Mr_ ,.,
Daily To l"t :MirLakeland 0'HE'f
.tv- 1 Li
&
,i W F. pope Monda.n"*: w 'CUG T-f l-cti'":'p y
j Mr F., L Pope art:-u :i- ": ...p H.'Ei '- n 1 .. ,
.. .
!, !" !" .
1 L c.. .j &J.. '
Glades Motor Lines Inc. I'\t!: wore mate! t ) "p r' t 1
".\.r<>erat thehurt'h MrI '". .
.
n'Hr.a,<. Jr.. Mr. I M L-i:r VFd -<
SEKVINi; THE GLADES" ('.J'1-' -;an and Mr F J Oas" IIO\UO\\'J.U: \M
,.,. WESTERN
h'\n were rained on the "mn'tt '
01'1:1: ; 'TI." IS\
i'harcf: :: the r.urs"ry Mrs 1
!
Thomas* volunteered to arrar.c1 *. r I. M. LAIR ASSOCIATE
nursery care of small children a*
I II I i the church dunr.r joint: WSC 1'iioi'zt.i STORE
I !! rneetinjr* Tr \\VPCi annual crrftTtrc \.
fahokrn..ri.U
I "March: to Church In : !i ? at Daytona Peach Apnl .
March"i: '
i, j I ::-:5 was announced Mrs B El ,
,
.
h nt .ed the deI'r.all!



:March 21, 1947 The Everglades News, Canal Point. Florida Page Seven


I this area its application before the/' Lions Honor Their ences I| Easter Sunday at 5:30 p. m., of-
No Punches PulledIn SRC to increase rates here will be An Easter party will be given i i ferings to go toward the develop-
'
vigorously opposed. :'Queen & Attendants for the children following the pro- ment of the garden.

Telling Phone It was anything but a tea party. i gram rehearsal Saturday, April I - -
Without any ifs, buts or ands the I Miss Ann O'Connell. Lionssponsored 5. Plans for Easter parties were The Misses Nan Brewton, Nancy
group minced no words in telling i iMr Pahokee "queen" at the FED also announced by ilra Frank''i Stevens .Betty Speer and Betty
Co. Service Is Bad Bowen that they have for a cutoff opening celebration in Fort Friend for the Intermediates and Lou Pickett students at Florida

I I long time been "thoroughly fed ua I Pierce. and her two attendants by Mrs B. Elliott, for the seniors. State Collegefor Women Talla-
l with the continuously half-crippled : were guests of honor at the Tuesday Mr and Mrs L. J. Fraser were hassee, will arrive this week to
Following the Rotary Club'' telephone service" in this area luncheon meeting of the Lions introduced as new sponsors of the spend the spring holiday with
luncheon on Thursday of last week' .
IntermediateIYF.:
with its obsolete switchboard.I Club. their families here.
representatives of the larger telephone overloaded circuits and leak President Duncan Padgett appointed Mrs B. Elliott announced that i - -
(
customers in the Pahokee- !!I
cables that cause many vital tele- i LV. Armstrong. X. L. the Senior MYF will sponsor a+j Mrs. Haywood Baxter is a pa-
Caanal Point area met with E. C. '
phones to go "completely dead" in Garrison, R. B. Simonson A. C. vespers service in the Vespers tient it the Everglades Memorial
i I
Bowen of West Palm Beach district
-:! rainy weather. Santo and J. H. Barwick to assistin II Garden back of the church on :, Hospital this week
manager of Southern Bell, i
I It was pointed out to Mr Bowen the community chest drive
and served notice that unless the
thre are few if any communities Audie Hooks was received as anew
telephone takes immediate I
company I I the size of Pahokee that produce member. Rupert Mock, chairra i
steps to improve its service in greater revenue for a telephone i a n. unearthed halfforgottenplans

company and yet. despite a con- for the proposed swimming :' Belle Glade ;
tinuous stream of protests duringthe pool, well aware with summer 370
UNKLE HANK SEZIf past several years the com- just around the corner that the
pany has given only promises in kids will soon again be asking Phone No.
USED -fO BEfHAT GOOD the line of improving service. The "Where's our swimming pool?" It i
COOKIN' WOULD -(URN district manager was told that delayed was announced that Dr. D. S.
That's, the Number for Bill Walker's I
ANY MAMb HEAD BUT long distance calls to north- Spooner will speak at the next

NOW I if ONLV* -TAKES A ern terminals alone have cost in meeting. 1
Glades Office
LITTLE the past and are still costing local --- Supply ;

LIPSTICK growers packer and brokers Pre-Easter ServiceAt :
untold thousands of dollars. The In Belle Glade
!
Pahokee MethodistA '
group said that the application
for increased rates is a secondary
issue-what they want is immediate series of pre-Easter services
action for better service and will be held at the Pahokee First A4 .

until they get it there will be fightto Methodist Church, according to an I ers.'f"

1 the bitter end. announcement bv Rev C T. I' RomTwhere I sit,... / :Joe Marsh
Homer J. Clause sales managerof Howes pastor made at a meeting
the Everglades Growers Cooperative of the Workers Council Tuesday
acted as spokesman for the night. On Wednesday evening
U--wW.ww..fsHere's group. Others present were E L..I April 2. Rev Howes will review*

something that will turn I Pope. L. J. Fraser, J. A. Dulany.O "Events of the nol Week," On Do Men Like Women?
B. McClure, R. J. Simonson. P. Thursday evening a communion
any man's head! A complete P de Ioya. J M Elliott, S. M i r"ice'ilI be held and on Friday I ,f.
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garage with a service stationrun Jones T. C. Richard' n. Al Beverly evening a baptismal service
in conjunction. Drive in for Paul Rardm R LSam) :Members of the church will also Maybe you read that: recent arAnd when he doe JO out, for
gas and oil and we'll check jour ''Cha<;tain. L.. L. Stuckey, Roy participate in the sunrise community I tide in a national magazine/. ,cl..iman afternoon of fishing down at
battery radiator and wipe your Vandegnft. Sr. and Carl A Mo- service to be held Easter ing;: that .\u rican men<'' n t really Srward' ("reck or for an evening

windshield . and we'll advice berg : morning. April 6. like the company of wr.n-I'n. They },lass f>f beer at .\mll.otkin's
you about minor repairs that ---_ Final plans were made at the ...
> just put them up on a ptdeMal and arden; Tavern. Jane i> aim t al-
will save big costs later."e'l1 Mr and Mrs, Don Hillier had as mt'etingfor the Easter!: programat leave them there. V\MS with him (except when! she'sButIwouldn'tsaythat
service your car expertly their church school which will be
guests over the weekend the
gt: :t a spot <:f baking; in the ocnTrui \
diughter Donna Hill'er. studentat under the direction of Mrs George tint was
Montverde Academy. and Miss B Ramev. assisted by Mrs J. M so in cur town. Look, at any m-i- she:'e I fit, respectVv
LAKE SHOREMOTOR Mrs ricd couple like t.l': Cu'1xr t ."t rule cut ever;t'ay ton-
Thelma Hillier who is attending Elliott. Mr H. M McIntosh -- < =
I art school intiami: also Barbara Frank Rozelle. Mrs J. \\.. Cm- Jane oaMrft nag if Deo gent h.!* rarieno-ltin' and never shoulJ.

CO. ...... Kelly of Mont Verde and Jimmy thirds and Mrs Arch Blake)'. It cv'crimes! "with the lx>j"".--lnt I '1 hi v jro tCt''t11l'--e'' ential part
P".R7K CF.l.OIfY_ Hatch and Milton Corsair of Mi- !I! was announced that all offerings actu illj' Dee likes nothing IK u- (,f a successful! muriag:

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Page Four The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, March 21, 1947
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Foot Ball Card For Birthday Party For Mrs. Jensen Heads I a benefit supper will be made at a cast is being selected exclusivelyf
: special meeting to be held at the the Senior Class.
State Rep. B. Elliott Legion Auxiliary : home of Mrs. C. R. \Vetherington.Jr. . ..

1947 Made PublicWith .. on Monday at 8 p. m. S. D. Blazer of Xocatee was a
Mrs Veh Elliott entertained at Mrs. E. A. Jensen was elected --. business visitor here on Tuesday I

her home on Bacom Point Road on president of the Legion Auxiliary Wednesday of this week.
the of Melbourneand Seniors To Present ......
. exception Thursday: evening of last week Post 90 at a meeting in the Pa- -
West Palm Beach the Paho with an outdoor party and barbe- hokee Woman's Club building Class Play April 11 Mrs George; C. McLarty .accom
kee Blue Devil foot
High School panied bIrs.. Thomas Elliott,
her husband Rep. B. Monday night. Other new officers
cue honoring
ball team will teams of the
play elected were Mrs John E. Wilson "Foot Loose" three-act left Wednesday for a visit with
same schools this coming fall Elliott ,on his birthday anniversary a com-
first vice president: Mrs S. E. her brother-in-law and sister. Mr.
season as last year. Clewistor with employes of the B. El- edy, will be presented by the Pa
and Gesu are the two schools re liot Ford Agency attending as Gammage Mrs C. R. second Wethenngton.vice president Jr., sec-; hokee High School Senior Class in and Mrs. W Harper Kendrick, in
Melbourne and West Palm Other guests included j Bartow.
placing guests.
special retary and treasurer; Mrs Kitty the high school auditorium on . _
Beach on the 10-game schedule relatives and a few close Jordan chaplain, Mrs. Kenneth April 11 at 8 p. m. The play will I I
Five will be played on the Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Sexton and
games : friends. . Mock, historian, and Mrs. Beatrice be directed by Mrs Paul Gissen-,
home field and five on opponents' Salvatore .sergeant-at-arms. daner and Mrs J. Frank Colson sons of Miami were guests of Mr.

fields. Baseball Is Order It was announced that plans for will be the business manager. The I and Mrs. G. M Belk Sunday.
The complete 1947 Blue Devil: i I
football schedule as announcer
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this as week follows by: Coach Clyde Alleyis Of Day For Blue Y > s sVlf Yi* <*>tY : ++ : +++++++V.

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Sept. 27-Clewiston here fYa 4.
Oct. 3-Gesu here Devils Of Pahokee sa

Oct. 10-Miami there + ssus
Oct. 17-Del ray Beach here '
Oct. 24-South Broward there Its "plav ball: for the Paho: + +
here kee High Blue Devils as they open fY
Oct. 31-Fort Pierce.
Nov. 7-Stuart there their 14 game baseball schedule fy>
Nov. 14-Lake Worth there with a game with Clewiston Highat !
Nov. 21-Ponce de Leon here the city park diamond on Ba- f a
Nov. 28-Beelle Glade there com Point Road this Friday afternoon ti )j
. at 2:45 o'clock. This is the ip> OFFICE

Mr .and Mrs. E. A. Jensen and first baseball team Pahokee High
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Gammage attended School has had for several years >
the American Legion Ninth and 24 boys are being trained by fya

District conference in Lake Worth Coach Clyde Alley, assisted by X. ep> spa
L. Garrison. It was originally
Saturday and SundayPrince sa f a4r
planned to play home games at

----- -- night the but baseball the! floodlighting field was found systemat to : : Our Pahokee Office : :

be inadequate for night playingand 41.ti
it is impossible to make th.3

TheatrePahokee apt necessary ing. : improvements' this : : Is Now Located In The 41:}

I I Starting from scratch with all 41. v
gietn material. Coach Aileis

FloridaI I having team his in hind shape full At trying their to daily geta +: : Wroten Building :!: '

afternoon practice sessions the I I.% { .
Week of March 23rd Blue Devila show up fairly: weB < 4.
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from the fielding angle but are
still weak at hitting For th.. I Sa : .

Sun.-Mon. i grooming pitcher's mound Marian Coach Sears. Dill Alley Flam i<*I :*: N 8 B Point Road 4.y :

1- Otis Connell.Bolind. Red Other Taylor candidates and Rodney for- y o. acorn Y
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I rr .4If1tl 1r the team include Billy Rawls. spa <.
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'{} Thomas Dickson, Wilbur Geiger, ? }
! Milton Salvatore, Charles Phillips.
fl&/j A' sa 4ais
.L; Ol.01t Harry Fremd Frank Gillis George
r .. / Sims, James Sims. James' Latham spa
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,tCTY ( n..IoN.i 0II Lynn Horn J. \Voodham., Eddie ? ?

: Hodges, Leland Shirley, David sus sus
Thomas. Frank Tillis Lee \Vroten,
Floyd Peacock and J .E. Spooner.The spa sus
complete schedule; ?
Double Feature
Mar. 21, Clewiston here sea* sus
Tues.Wed. Mar. 25, Fort Pierce there
v sus
Apr. 1, Boynton here
Apr. 9, Delray Beach there 4. spa

Apr. 11, South Broward there f:> 4ta
Apr. 16, Belle Glade here f aa
Apr. 18, P. B. Junior Col., there 4.
Apr. 22, South Broward here Please Note Our New

Apr. 29 Fort Pierce here spa i I

May 2, Delray Beach here fa

-ALSO- May May 6 8,, Clewiston Boynton there there i Telephone Number :!:

May 9, Delray Beach there fV I
May 13 P. B. Junior Col. here v v
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o -111 I G___ Jaudons Escape **

ROGIRS.II" Serious Injuries I

,,, PAHOKEE 586
REID Mr. and Mrs. H. Lawrence Jau- i

don and infant daughter, Vera
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Jane, miraculously escaped serious
injuries in a car accident Sunday. *
They were driving in the rain and *
nearing Tampa in their Chevrolet +
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sedan when a car and trailer aheadof
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them stopped in the road and a 4 a
IREhE ...+,'-*..- woman stepped out on the left
OBE ANNA AND hand side just as the Jaudon car yh +

THgKINGOF started to pass. To avoid hittingthe ?
HpRR1S4N woman Mr Jaudon applied the .
SIAM vh
ut1OI _..r.r.C.w.1uO brake sharply causing the sedanto ?
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NEE _>lCUH 0 IICI'04 skid on the slick pavement hit .
20-- the soft shoulder of the road and ? v
turn over three time v
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Mr and Mrs Jaudon suffered
bruises. but the baby. securely !
Double Feature fastened in i riding ('!'adlt>. was :( : : : :
unhurt. The sedan was badly i Florida Power .

damatre l. Instead of inwttpitine: .
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Saturday the aceid.'nt and offenne fIrst .


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file at the Veteran ?
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ball Any h veteran panning! to j ? ?
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write a.t'rnnt'nt asrertv :s advised -: ?

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March 21, 1947 The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Pag Fire



BleechllcLarty I Hingson Andrews New :\Iembersre I M -s. Roy Kautz. Mrs Becky Star-

ling and Miss Lucille Williams.

Honored By BPWC e.Ir. .
Miss Betty Jean McLarty, Miss Eleanor Glyn Andrews
:\ and Mrs Louis Davis of Pa-
whose
marriage to David Merle daughter of Mr and Mrs G. A. :.
Bleech The Everglades Business and; hokee were week end guests of Mr.
will take place on April Andrews of Canal Point, and Earl
Professional !!
Woman's Club entertained and Mrs C. J. Loworn in Clew-
12 at 5 p. m. at the Pahokee Hmg=on. son of :Mr and :Mrs E. .
Mr and Mrs Robert W. Lamer at the Woman s clubhouse iston.
Episcopal Church of the Nativity
Holy Hingsoi of Fort Myers, were mar- Sunday I.
afternoon I .
of Belle Glade with a St Patrick -- ---
announces that her sister, ried at the Baptist Church pas- announce the birthof I '
Miss Joan McLarty, will be maid torium in Clewiston a son. Robert Dameron, at the s Day tea honoring new mem- Ray Williams of Miami was the
on Saturday. bers
: Mrs J. G. Thomas. Jr., Mrs Guest of Miss Belk in Pa-
Everglades Memorial Phyllis
Hospital on
of honor at the
wedding; the Mar 8, with the Rev. Creasy, T. W
Griffith. Mrs J. L Hall.
Mar 18. hokee over the weekend.ROOMS.
:Misses
Bftty Lou Pickett Nell pastor offic:atmg-. Mrs F W. '
Cross. Sr. Mrs \, PJermgan. .
Mr and Mrs T. R.
Latham and Marian Parker of The bride wore a white wool suit Pennmgton Mrs J. Carter and Mrs j'l -_. .. .
of Belle Glade announce the birthof
Jacksonville bridesmaids; Sylvia with white accessories and around I Frank Rozelle. iii
a daughter. Princie Ella, at the I
Parrish small daughter of Mr. and her neck vas a single strand of On the receiving line with the I
Memorial
:Mrs. F. S. Parrish flower She Everglades Hospital on
girl. pearls. received her educa- :
Mar. 18SPRING. new members were Mrs W M :
O R. Bleech will be best man. tion at Pahokee High School and ..S DuBose club president. and Mrs !

Thomas Dickson. Harold Henry of before her marriage was employedat R. S. Douthit. vice president. Miss I AT THE
West Palm Beach and Leonard Kahn's TR.I"lXGPahokee
Department Store. Clark Hull and Miss Barbara Mc-

Dobrow will act as ushers. Mrs. Mr. Hingson served four jeans Junior High students Namara presided at the punch

Sydney K. Smith. Jr. organist in the Navy with overseas duty in who recently completed their bowl and refreshment table. Mrs I LAKEHOTEL

and Mrs. Laurie Holt violinist, both Pacific and Atlantic theatres spring training in basketball are D. D. Caudill.ocalist, sang songs ,

both of Belle Glade will play a the will make
during war. They preparing to start a three weeks' and Miss Marian Clause played
program of nuptial music and their home in Pahokee. piano selections.
spring training program in football -
Robert O. Lam vocalist will
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pi according to Coach Alley. The Other guest swere Mrs Edythe

sing.Officiating at the wedding will Allen Dickson most complete athletic and sports Phillips. B&PWC district director Over R&F Cafe
program ever planned for Pahokee Mrs. Nola Tigret Mrs C Horton
be Rev. Martin J. Bram. rector of
Mrs. Bennie Dickson, daughterof junior high students is being worked and Mrs Wagner all of Lake PahokeeRooms
Church West
the Holy Trinity Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Elliott of out for next year. Coach Alley Worth: Mrs E. J. Fontaine. Mrs.
Palm assisted Rev. A.
Beach by Pahokee and Albert Otis Allen of said. Fred Simmons and Mrs Dulany, wwww
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J. of Pahokee.
Lively all of Belle Glade Mrs. C. T.
Oak :
and Live
Pahokee mar-
No invitations will be issued but were and Frank Belk and Mrs By Day
ried at the Pahokee First Methodist George Howes. Mrs Frank Friend Mrs

friends of the couple are invitedto Church Saturday at 8 p. m. Wright have returned to Gastonia R. J. Schroder, Mrs G. O Schroder Or Week

attend. of N C. after a visit here with Mr Mrs. Alma Farrow Mrs John
with Rev. C. A. Moberg pastor
First Church officiat- and Mrs G. M. Belk. Dragon Mr1 D. W. Cunningham
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Cruthird an'] the Baptist

family visited his brother-in-law ing at the single ring ceremony.
The Rev Moberg was assisted bv
and sister Mr and Mrs. Gene Wir-
Rev. C. T. Howes pastor of the
wahm in Hollywood and :Mr. and;
First Methodist Church. The altar
Mrs Lynn Elarbee in Fort Lauderdale -
lighted with white tapers in cand-

Sunday. elabra, was banked with potted

IN THE CIRTIT COl:KT. INNI palms and white gladioli. is too
FOR P\LM: BFtCII COUNT. of the
FLORII\ Miss Joap McLartv niece An |S>re

CHANCERY NO 23100 bride, sanghBecause.." accompanied -
BECK CHISHOLM. :
NALDA
Plaintiff at the piano by her sister. Miss I

-vs- : I Betty Jean McLarty. who also

A. P. CHISHOLMI>.. : I i played prenuptial music and theI I
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NOTICE TO .\PPF\R traditional wedding march. Mr
TO A. P. CHISHOLM. COM,YTTIBCHISHOIM :
RURAL ROUTE NO.1. I and Mrs Thomas Elliott brother S

COOb GEORGIA; : I and ter-m-law of the bride, S
You are hereby required to appear In
the above Court on the 7th ofApril were attendants.
A D 1947, same dahu I IH.IV The bride wore a medium blue: V
month at the Court House I
of said
with whiteaccessories
suit
111V'rst Palm Bach. Palm Peach |I wool prarbardme
County. dtg answer to the Bill j I and a corsage of whit
of Complaint filed against .
von In the above entitle cause and j I orchids. e. I
Everglades; News, a newspaper rf'gular-I] Following the ceremony members -
Iv published in Palm Beach |
of the bridal party were en-
Florida. Is hereby designated as the |I i
newspaper In which this order shall.'' tertained at a buffet dinner at the .
each week for four I'
be published once
consecutive weekly issues.DONE I home of Mr and Mrs Altman K

AND ORDERED at West Palm Morgan.Mrs. .
Florida.this I ]!
Beach Palm Bench Countv
5th day of March. A D 1947 Allen i9 an employe in the
J Alex Arnette Clerk of theClreult clerical department at the Bankof

Court Florida Palm Beach Pahokee and Mr. Allen is asso-

(Circuit Court County.Seal! ciated with the Home Town Bakery International Harvester
P. Plant.
By Thaddie
Deputy Clerk Following a brief wedding

Thadd Whldden trip to the East Coast the couple

Attorney. for Florida Plaintiff are now at their home in Pahokee
Pahokee
Pub: March 7. 14. 21 and 28 1947. .

Turner UpthegroveMiss announces $20,000,000 price reductions



Dave ritockman's We believe there Is nothing snore important to
E r m a V. Upthegrove LI
Machinery X Sales and this country than to letter the prices of the
daughter of Mrs. R. D. Durranceof M prices had not as
gone up
Repair U Service Pahokee. and Robert Lee Turner goods that people buy.

Phone liS.CLEWISTON. of West Palm Beach son of Mrs. The American people have insisted that the much or as fast as many others

M. W. White of Lochloosa. Fla., government withdraw from its attempts to

FLORIDAA 'I were married at the Pahokee control prices in peacetime. That places the H.,. or* Av.rog. Pric Incr.aur 1941responsibility
Church of God Mar. 14.
Friday
COMPLETE and MODERN
where it belongs-in the hands
at 9:15 p. m., with. Rev. J. M. All Manvfoctvr.d Product . . JL-J TOLW
MACHINE SHOP of business and industry. Not all business can ( .I. C.-....*M s .) OO./ /O
Gresham pastor officiating at
the candlelight ceremony. The reduce prices now. Not all can reduce by the M&.lf and M.... ',.d..eta . 41.2%
Welding Lathe Work ? (II So Gftwmmm t_POur )
church altar was banked with. pot- same amount.
Boring Milling ll Mr Trvck . . . - . . 35%
ted palms pink roses and iris. company has felt a duty to act as

Grinding Mrs. Clinton Pinder of Riviera promptly .as possible. In our case the busi- || ......Iri.1 l ,..*.. Pr.d"< . . . 34%


REPAIR SERVICE ON vocalist You Truly"and and pianist played sang prenuptial"I Love ness outlook now makes it possible to move oU F TM NUckUM . . . . . 25%
toward the goad of I lower prices. The only way
music and the traditional wedding
Magnetos Starters. Generators march. out of the vicious circle of higher and higher

Hydraulics Carburetorsand The bride wore a pink wool gab- prices is to break through.
These benefits to customers will
Electric Motors ardine suit with whit accessories We have taken this step not because! of depend

and a corsage of pink rosebuds. present competitive conditions nor because of too on uninterrupted production at reasonable

She carried white book wage levels. This u not a program that
a prayer a drop in demand from customers. We have

CHILLS ft FEVER I with satin streamers and topped taken itbecauseof our belief that ANY PRICIcan be carried out if it is hampered by striken

with pink rosebuds or work stoppages.
IS TOO HIGH IF IT CAN BE REDUCED.
DUE TO MALARIA Miss Dorothy Alton of West Our employes have had substantial increases
Palm Beach bridesmaid wore agray These reductions which will save the users .
in pay and wage questions. are cur
wool gabardine twopiecesuit of our products approximately $20,000,000 a
rently being discussed with many of the unions
RELIEVED666 with white accessories and a year, will become effective before April 1, and
with which we deal Stockholders have re-
: : cor-vicre of white carnations.Clinton will apply to a selected: list of tractor farm
Finder of Riviera! was centlyhadanincreatieindividendrate.havingproducts.
I machine motor truck and industrial power
- - - best man Mrs J, Thompklns and considered the interests of these two groups,
Since we lot; money on a few of our
Miss! Mildred Thompkins of Sum- we are now making these price reductions for
IS YOUR LIVER products and barely break even on some
tE' ine. Mr and Mrs CarltonWet the benefit of the third group-our customers.
;: and Mrs F P Peacock o' others, these reductions will not apply to our

CRYING FOR HELP i We't Palm Reich' were out-of- : entire line Reductions will lw made indihusiness, to our way of thinking hi a social -

town 1'ue"t." I vuiuillv on products Sime will be cut more as well as an economic' nponmbilitv" This

because' of constipation or faulty di- :'oh.q.Turn..r is! a member of the I than others Kx.let ditaiL, will be annoumvda company has long followed! the policy of operating -

I bloated=t' t"n? with If you gas let headachy I biLoui." ,. sour blac.grouiht. Junior Class at Pihrtk: Hisi I soon as possible, in the interests of three groups-its

". ;you may be put n, t.,P bl'j f'h."t and plans to cnr.ti*"if here j i Our ability to maintain this lower level of customers, its t"mplot'S and Its sto'khlIdN'I.

a burden on your l.ver. Ktu:n, u uudgestett studies here t'' rough the current' ... that
Tle duty of the -nt is to s -
man-i en
food be tmcs p-tn':actlve. I prices will depend. in part on what happens ;
-oolenr. Mr Tti-re-i;:: in emI -
causes toxins: which C\Tro.1d the ;, !o inVest i the Prices ana flow of materials that we buy equal juaticv is done a* b.ti-en the threes
liver ketpm it from "orkmg prop- I plove of Southern Dune"
crlThi: n Is the time ton :eve our : P\Ir" I1fi h The couple pert" a from otl ..rs. it-cause we believe price f"eJuc&rou.

tired hoer by It'tin Ca'o: :;ibs help brief ho evTNX'1 in tia1.: tion is 'v'it il. we are willing to assume. the risks This price reduction program w another
and
nature sweep the putrefactive
portlalh droned matter from your - : that are involved demonstration of our policy in al.tlOn.I

stomach and irtr!'tirts. Nothing a:-J M- and Mr J Parker and
Just like cood old Calotabs.: 'Use as drected. .- 0
family of Tampa.iSltN his !'lIS: I
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lot and 2sc a: :your drutTgisti.Me
era Mrs B Elliott and Mrs WI

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Two The Everglades News. Canal Point. Florida Friday March 21. 1947

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the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Trees Vines Shrubs Citrusof I

Established:; 1924 Published Every Friday March 17. 1947 V I
all size and varieties for
City CommissionersCity
Subscription Price S2.00 Year In AdvanceThe
of Pahokee your Selection.LANDSCAPING.

Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn Pahokee. Florida

Canal Point Florida as Second Class Matter Gentlemen:
The Lions Club at the regular

Paul Rardin Owner Editor Publisher I meeting Tuesday March 11, gave as you like it. We are organized and equipped to doa
the City a vote of thanks and commend -
thorough job from plans to completion of planting.
you for your decision in removing -
PushoverA
the old City Hall. The
girl had won first: prize in English composition Mother building was! indeed an eyesore As always, you are :

was delighted. and detracted from our new City. welcome at our

"Dear," she exclaimed, "weren't you awfully afraid you Hall. i

wouldn't get it, when there were so many other brilliant The Club is always ready and NURSERIES: 1100 Southern Boulevard (Route No. 25 at I II

contestants?" willing to cooperate in the improvement City Limits), West Palm Beach, Florida I

"Not for a sec," was the careless rejoinder. "Why, with of our community. I

that bunch of dripickies, Mom, it was a leadpipe cinch.- Yours for a progressive Pahokee.I. ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO.
J. Jr.
Whichita Eagle.Aut0Tot SecretaryTreasurer.Frasure. : I Ii.

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asbestos bottle warmer that plugs into any car cigaret yirp-iririnnrmrinnrinnnnnnrFin i

lighter, requires no water, heats milk evenlyand quickly. s
Lake OkeechobeeMOORE
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"Your Slips Are church Membership.. All those 3
who want to join the church on HAVEN -An order by

Showing," Is Sermon Easter and many have indicatedthat County Judge J. M. Couse has a Wash Job 55c

Topic To WomenNext desire, as well as those who given the "green light" to resump- ;

want to know more about what we tion of commercial fishing in

believe as Christians and :\Ietho-I Glades county and brings to a Lubrication 55c
Sunday will be the fourth
dists are invited to this informal : climax a long-standing battle overa 3

special Family Sunday of the Can- one-session discussion and study i ban of such fishing operations Kt Including Checking Tires Batteries, Clean Windshield Clean

al Point Methodist Church in the meeting. The boys and girls in I effected last Oct. 1 by the Florida Kt. Inside of Car. 3Hicjher

March to Church in March Campaign Mr. Blair's Saturday Morning game and fresh water fish com-

of the Pahokee-Canal Point Class will not need to attend. The mission. o

Ministerial Association. On this Sacrament of Baptism will be ad- Judge Couse quashed an affidavit Christian Chevrolet

day we will salute our fine Christ- ministered to infants children and in the case of John Whidden
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PAHOKEE. FLORIDA
ian laywomen who mean so muchto adults at the church on Palm Sun- who had been arrested in a test 0

and the church- case for fishing in Lake Okeechobee. e
home-life
the day.The a oo r n o aa a
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life of the community. The Morning painting of the church
Service will be built around started last Saturday will be com- I The Glades ('ountjurist: held I

the theme "I Would Be Pure". In pleted next Saturday. The clean- that as long as the 1943: legislative .

the l'"eningthe minister will speak I ing of the building took half of I I act declaring Lake Okeechobeesalt .

on "Your Slips Are ShOWing!" last Saturday . but now that is:I water and under the jurisdiction 1 1I i I II

Special music by the Junior and. completed as: well as half of the I of the state board of conservation I

Senior Choirs will enrich the ser- painting. Next Saturday morning I i has not been declared un-

,vices. I all men and young men who can constitutional fishermen could no

\Ve thought that the heavy rain and will help are urged to come :, no longer be held criminally re-

last Sunday would break our average to the church as early as possibleto yponsible for commercial operations Telephone

Sunday School attendance finish the fine job. Girls of the in the lake despite the game

down below the hundred mark . M. Y. F. will rake up the backyard commission ban.
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but when the roll call was com of the church at the same Glades county fishermen resumed ,

plete. that average attendance of time in preparation for the final l.pt"rations'dnesday morning.

300 was still intact . for the day's work on the Barbecue pit ----- 1ates are Needed

fifth Sunday in a row. The Sun- being built by the Fellowship. The !1 Presbyterians Will

day School Class Contest was men who painted and did such a

marked by Bill Johnson's Young fine job last week are: Bill Johnson Organize Church

People's Class crossing the finish It. M Dart Max Wilson, i In Belle Glade .
line ahead of the IntermediateClass Billy Jernigan. T.1.. Yeomans. ... '11

in second place. The contest Russell Sims, Osceola Upthegrove rI
j Presbyterian Church services:;
will continue until second and Lynn Borne Bill Elam, Harlan @
were held last Sunday evening at )
third places are determined . Sears, jr. John Sundberg ani'
8:00 P. M. in the home of Mr. and .
and so far the planes are closly Elwood Dart. i
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Mrs Al Kirchman in Belle Glade. ....
bunched with Juniors and Primaries The Junior Fellowship will meet : q.-.-- -
Much interest was manifested in i -:- >.
tied for third and Men's antI'ginners' i! at the church at 9 a. m. Saturday : ::..r,. ,
: : the attending group and since the
j for their and beach .
battling it out wing towing picnic part
organization began more
j plan or
right behind them. Again Going down to their favorite spotat
and more interested people are attending -
the Women's Class was forced the oceanside at Boca Raton i'

down, but they are still in there Ult"yill take swimsuits (swim- these services. t ty
1 It i is the of the s
trying . and they may give the ming will be at Lake Worth on the : purpose organi-
i izers of the Presbyterian Church
Men's Class .some trouble vet. The way home), and their lunch ot !
Belle Glade to reach all
in members -
awards to Bill Johnson's Class will either hot dogs hamburgers or j
of the faith in the Glades
be made on Palm Sunday.On j steak plus dessert for two. Mr. I
area and to all others interested. A
:Monday March 2t, at 7:30 Blair will show them how to fix
public invitation is extended to all ,
p. m. the minister will have a I their food over the open fir.-. |
who may be interested in attend-
round-table discussion at the Frances: Wilson's team must doth l tY'JC "aY i
ing. Sen.'ict"sill be held again '
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( "hard work" while Bonnie
IS TilE COUNT" U'DGF."S COCRT IN Miller's next Sunday evening at 8:00: P. M.
AND FOR PALM team wall be the "royalguests"
REACH COCNTY
in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Al.
FLORIDA for the day.
IN RE: & Kirchman. Those in our commun- i
RANSOM EARL SMITH ity and surrounding communities
Deceased. : SURPLUS PURCHASE :
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE interested will be welcome.
APPLICATION FOR FINAL As of Mar. 1. any veteran wishing .... -
DISCHARGE to purchase
TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCERN: surplus government SUNDAY NIGHT PREACHINGThis
Notice to hereby given that I have property for personal use
Tiled mr Final Report u Exeutrtc: of has only to show his! discharge
the Estate of Ransom Earl Smith. Deceased Sunday night. Rev. C. A.
that I have filed my Petition papers to be eligible to purchasethe
for Final DUcharge. md that IIn property, according to Claude Moberg pastor of the First' Bap-
apply to the Hon. Richard P. Robbim" tist Church of Pahokee will continue 13ecause the amount paid out
I S. Jones, local veterans
County Judge of Palm Beach County. service of-
Florida. April 22. 1W7, for approval of ficer. However if the veteran intends -I his special series of chartI
the same and for final discharge as sermons on "Rightly Dividing the to furnish you sen-ice
Executrix of the Estate of Ransom to buy the surplus property I, "
Earl Smith. Of'-P'ORPd for business Word of Truth. Two items of par-
DATED this 20th day of March A. or commercial use he amount interest at this moment is increasing faster than the amount takenin.
must still
D. 1947 obtain a purchase certificate -
LonU D Smith (Benin from the WAA i are Palestine and the Jew. Russia

As Executrix Earl of Smith.the Deceased.Estate ofRansom 'Miami as has been: the custom office In in and Peace. These will be discussed All costs of providing sen Ice hale gone

Pub: March 21, 28. April 4. 11. IM7 the past. The Class Quarteet will sing.

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Friday, March 21. 1947 The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida Page Three


Baptists Have Sing, Phone Service Is I CHURCH OF CHRIST, I MEN'S BIBLE CLASS :' and W. Upthegrove "The Tale"

SCIENTIST A record breaking: attendance is with 60. The teacher Rev. C. A.
Dinner On GroundWhat
"MATTER" is the subject of the expected this Sunday by the Pa Moberg will present the lesson,

Inadequate County Lesson-Sermon which will be read hokee Fellowship Men's Bible "Jesus' Intercessory Prayer." The

promises to be a day of in Churches of Christ, Scientist Class due to a "coup detat" by R. Class Quartet will sing with Gary

much singing and many people, Wide i throughout the world on Sunday, Cow rt. at least so the rumor Sanders at the piano. A most
will find this Sunday at the First Reports Say March 23. goes. We shall s<>e. Al Belcher cordial invitation is extended to

Baptist Church of Pahokee begin- I I The Golden Text is: "Set your continues to lead the contest with all unaffiliated men and visitor,

ning at eleven o'clock, an "all day Opposition throughout Palm affection on things above, not on I 101 points others following in Fellowship Hall at 9:45.
sing and dinner on the ground", -- ---
things on the earth" (Colossians order Leo Wroten with 99, Paul
Beach to the Bell Tele-
County
conducted by the Palm Beach 3:2): ). '''atsonith 97, Max Beverly with Mr. and :Mrs. Jack Spencer; and

Singing Convention, with the pres- phone Co. application to increase Among the citations which com- 79 H. Unwin with 71, Jack Spell children are visiting his parents in

ident Rep Cowart directing the rates was reported :Monday to the prise the Lesson-Sermon is the following with 67, Howard Holman with 63 Lake City this week.

activities. Quartets such as the county commissioners in West from the Bible: "Love not

Sunny South, :Melody :Masters and Palm Beach. the world neither the things that

the like will present programs. The county commission was informed are in the world. If any man love : /
Many parts of the state will be by Commissioner C. Y. the world the love of the Fatheris

represented. An eighty voice Byrd that city attorneys over the not in him . And the world !\ i
choir, perhaps the largest in the county plan to enter protests "on I !
passeth away.and the lust thereof: j i
Benzene Hexachloride
history of this area, will grace the behalf of the people" to the rate I'' but he that doeth the will of God ,

platform. Dinner consisting of raise at the hearing before the abideth for ever" (I John 2:15 I

fish, hush puppies swamp cab- state railroad commission at Tal- 17)).

bage chicken pilau and the appurtenances lahassee March 25. The Lesson-Sermon also includes ORGamtox
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thereto will be serv- Opposition of Everglades resi-
the following passage from the I
ed at one o'clock gratuitously of dents to what he said were proposed Christian Science textbook "Sci I
course with a most cordial invita- rate raises of 20 cent in
per ence and Health with Key to the
tion to everybody. Rev. C. A. the Pahokee-Canal Point district I
Scripture by Mary Baker Eddv:
:Moberg is the pastor. and 50 per cent at Belle Glade] was I "A mortal corporeal or finite I
reported by Commissioner Paul
conception of God cannot embrace I
Rardin from that district.
NOTICE He said residents there held a the glories of limitless incorporealLife Is effective in controlling the fol1ov'I
Public notice Is hereby given that and Love. Hence the unsatisfied ,
the undersigned!: intends to register meeting charging telephone service human
with the Clerk of the Circuit. Court of cravingfor
is and for some-I
very poor calling ing pests
Palm Beach Countv. Florida. pursuant. i thing better higher holier
to Section 865 09. Florida Statutes 1941 improved service before any rate
the fictitious name afforded by a material belief in
PAM: LUMBER: COMPANY: increase. a physical God and
man. The in-
Under which We are engaged in business Utilities!! services are inadequate i I j GRASSHOPPERSSTINK
In Pahokee. Florida sufficiency of this belief to : }
"uppi
in rase in thisrounty. i
J. W. POLLARD many '
the true i idea
PAUL A. MARCHANDPub said Commissioner .\. ,\. : proves the falsity of i BUGS !
: Mar 14. 21. 28. Apr. 4. 1947 material belief" (125S:1)) :i
}'(;!''oton. I IUIINO of material I .- i,

shortages and inc-n-ased costs. j UIKXKU: KOAST w I Ii THRIP I
Hut liardin insisted that phone I
i Thomas Beal entertained at a !
CHIROPRACTORWEST scnie in the 'Glades waslous j wiener roast and theatre party at J AP-1IDS ri I
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PALM BEACH > e\-n before the war and his home on Bacom Point Road'
MON., WED. and FRI.BELLE GLADE ensuing!' !''ohcrtaJ:_. Saturday evening. Fellow mem- i i CUTWORMS: I

TUES. THURS. and SAT Editors of twc Lake Worth and hers of his
i i Senior Methodist Youth! j jI !
DR. L. S. JONESSuite Riviera Beach newspapers reported -I I Fellowship group and were guests !, CELERY WORMS

301- Phone 3650 West. Palm Beach Fla anti-phone rate raise moves wore I
I under way in their towns. A WORMS ON CELERYI

I Riviera Beach petition referred to Classified Ads i I

I phone service there as "inade-
quate." e 1
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-I A notice of the rate hearing FOR SALE: Xew Chrysler indust- I[i 1I I

Dr. R. Creech Jr. '' which gave rise to the discussion rial power unit starter and generator '

was filed by the commission with and automatic shut-off | KILGORE SEED CO.i H i

out action. Phone 531, or 4002 Canal Point tf ;
Optometrist ...
WILL SPEAK IV SEBRIXG TIKES. TUBES. B tteriesand ac
PHONE 371 cessories. Easy terms. Henderson -I
Rev. C. A. Moberg. pastor of the BRED-RITE SEEDS

New Elsberiy First Baptist Church of Pahokeehas Texaco Station. Pahokee.J24tfch

again been invited to speak a: Pahokee, Fla. Phone 3201
Building a Saturday night Youth for Christ
FOR SALE: F-20 Farmall six-foot
Rally, this time at Sebring. This
tandem disc four Cole plantersand
Belle Glade Florida brings the number of engagementsto four Cole distributors and "March to Church In March"
five, others being Miami. Or-
miscellaneous tools. See J. F. ; : ._
lando, Tampa and Ft. --- -- -- -- -- ---- --
Myers. Waddell I =
Pahokee, Fla. F28c
Mail in repairsor Large numbers attend these meet-:
:1
ings. EVERGLADES HOUSE OF
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I BEAUTY ;
Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Sorrells of All Phases of Beauty Culture I 'I ,
replacements Arcadia visited her parents. Mr. Phone 4292

and Mrs. J .J. Chastain in Paho- Lake Shore DriveCanal Point I Are You Planning I

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weekend.
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FOR SALE:

- 'I 1. One registered Tennessee I Home Renovation
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I i I walking Horse, saddle an 11 i
hridk.
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2. Four packing-house Clamp i itrucks. !

; Join The \Ve have long been the Indus: n'pn'"l'ntati\'c: for ,!

Throngs 3, C Ore( lery thousand field boxe almost ne-v ', the famedAmerican :

4. One Seaman's Tiller.

Attend the I' r i c e s Reasonable Knight .

Farm South Jay. Phone 103. Cool-Air !


I t Dog Racesat FOR h>n-S.11.IFive.> n" Birom room Point furnished road.! 1p Attic Ventilating Fans

p blinkfn m hank. C. .\. Buley.
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Phh n. ;n. Belie Glade. Fla
the These: fan- iiaUvn i in-tailed in many local

MII'TIC* tanks and grease traps homes and have proven most ucce:,,:ful for the
(':.'an(>(1 anti n'pairt'.J.Oh"'n*
Palm BeachKennel :2x72: Bob Po'ithit. Paho i('('. MITc purpose installed.Vc ) .

HOI..>.t: r\INrlN: : s-..e J.-.n!
I .. now have in stock a number of the fan
\' II.' '. veteran.. Pahoke .
:an. !
ClubNIGHTLY I i i F1,1 Mil. 21. 2s. A 7. from 2? to 72 inches", ready for installation.If .


'; .'01: -sM-t". :: 12 square> oj -t.. "I you plan to remodel your old home or build
hand motal roofing! me f..1. I',"- '
a new one. by all means call and us about a
i.I..'.. :: n..h..rt Hew il I!. I' i-.i! see

p.'it. 1t i ventilating:-tem..e make your home cooler

( except Sunday ) I I i'tR.1LI l :: 1O -acres, of i !..,.... .r in !summer and warmer in the winter.

I -. k LlHI.i 4 lots -;:>iS** -A :'h

I 1. ,.r :., '!:*". i''w occupi.tl. r.i-:.-..ri: (;ET ES'FDiA'FESIgET7ANIR I

FIRST RACK 8ir;) P. M. i'. ,:, t'an jrive imme hi- j...*.-

I'' ,. n. pr'..e..1] r>;L ..::,tvl< '
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Daily Double :2nd! & :ird; Races I -.d'! C T an.''' fv" '
r .'-t. FH itt

Ten Quinioiki Races >K loi: : r -.I*". 10p- : .' ; .- t...

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NO :MINORS ADMITTED: :nVst Pain R-

,". : r'r : been u."ed r m.>. Ci'.lF :

Opposite :MorriMm Field I \'. .1. ;.r. Growers C.p.r.'.., THE: II 1ItI) V.lftL: STORE
:n Pa.kf'e. M:; "', j
MAIN STREET: : HEI.LE: : iLAIE:, FLA.
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West Palm Beal"hdrni ion 25c"March ..
.I'UI: ...\1..:; TOs In'env.I'

traitor in first class cord: iNA I
to Church In March" "March to Church In March"i
I paint job. Call Jess Ell: :'.tt
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I at Rverpla3 Growers C' oOp. Pa- .

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Eight The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday, March 21, 1947
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- -- I ILet's PAHOKEE HIGH SCHOOL 1 nicipal Hospital were guests of i several days; in Homestead and
Daylight Savings Time! HONOR ROLL, I Mary Mordoff in Pahokee Tues- Miami.
A in all subjects Miss Louise Sims, FSCW student -
Have No More Of It! 12th Grade: Betty Ann Sears. I day.Miss Lillian Kimball student at in 'I Tallahassee arrived yesterday -
9th Grade: Betty Hicks Sarah i Monte Verde School, spent the to spend several days with
Dart. Betty Jo Barwick. past week end with her parents her parents Mr. and Mrs. G. L.
Do you remember last summer when it was one timein 7th Grade: Myra Baxter.A I Mr. and Mrs. Lee Kimball at Bry- : Sims in Canal Point.NORFOLK .
Pahokee and another in Canal Point? Do you remem- or B in all subjects ant.Mr. I --
12th Grade: James and Mrs. J. V. Thomas and : .
Palm of"
when J. K. Thorne
ber what a lot of trouble the whole mess was Latham\\ -
.
Cecil Williams
Beach County went on daylight savings time in order Harry children. Mrs. J.V. Barrett and Jacksonville superintendent of
O'Connell. ,
: Mrs. Olaf Boe and children were
the North Florida division of the
inconvenienced?
be
that a few radio programs wouldn't 11th Grade: Fay Gilbert Louise guests of relatives in Sarasotaover Company
Seaboard Airline Railroad -
Are you interested in having a mess made out of ;your Hamilton. Sibyl Jensen Lois the week end. has been promoted to as-
time again this summer? Echols, Frank Rozelle Margaret
H. C. Graham has returned to sistant general manager of the
If you would rather operate on regularly established Powell Helen Howes, Patsy Creel. Pawnee 111., after spending the company it was announced this
Eastern Standard Time, why not so. Don't sit idly I' 10th Grade: Dellona Jones,
say season in Pahokee with his son-in- week by C. H. Sauls general man-
by and wait until somebody makes the change before I Yvonne Fraser. law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. R. ager.J. .
you yell. It will be too late then. Now is the time to 9th Grade: Glen Boland, B. Simonson.Mrs. N. Broetzman, Hamlet N. C.,
raise your voice if you aren't interested in a change. George Jackson,Gant.Clara Steve Baxter Kirk Payne Sarah W. H. Vann has returned to has been named to succeed Thorne
And, to those folks who want to "get off work earlier"in Baker Barbara Wilkinson, John her home in Canal Point after The changes became effective
the afternoon we have a suggestion-leave the time ny Lowery.8th visiting friends and relatives for February 1.i .
alone and just go to work an hour earlier. For a handfulof Grade: Carrol Snyder Jan- .
people who want daylight savings time it just doesn't nette Mathis.
seem fair that 112,000 people in Palm Beach county 7th Grade: Mary Ann Howes I "
should be inconvenienced.If Mary Eleanor Jernigan Dicky At- i I
you don't want daylight savings time and will writea kins Dorothy Fields. ii !I Iii II
letter to this newspaper, the editor will go to bat to see -.. FLEMING & WOOD '
that daylight savings time isn't crammed clown the I
throats of a citizenry that doesn't want it. Write your

opinion Everglades on a News post at card Canal or in Point a letter today.and mail it to.The ii' SUPER SERVICE II IIII


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The government announces the I'
YOUare sale of 955 surplus automotive I II
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vehicles at the Naval Air Stationin Electrical Appliance
invited to hear how Christian Science heals . Pensacola Mar. 2627. Veterans

By attending this Free Public Lecture, entitled interested can get detailed infor- I II
mation at the Veterans Service of- I Repair
"Christian Science: The Demand of the Times" fice.Robert i
i by O. Lam pi, Pahokee band-
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George Channing, C. S. B., of San Francisco, Cal.! master will attend the District I FLAT IRONS HEATERS I II
Two Music Festival and Contestfor
Member of the Board of Lectureship of The Mother Church I II
school bands and orchestras in
The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, I TOASTERS HOT PLATES
Sebring this Friday and Saturday
Massachusettsin where he will be one of the judgesin !
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COFFEE MAKERS
the sight reading, brass solos
The Church Edifice, Flagler Drive and and ensembles and student con- I I
Okeechobee Road ducting contests. The Pahokee ,
STOVES MIXERS BROILERS
High School Band is making pre- i
Sunday Afternoon, March 23, at 3:15 arations to attend the District One i I
Under the auspices of First Church of Music Festival and Contest in ROASTERS PERCOLATORS I
West Palm Beach Mar. being
28-29 -
Christ Scientist. West Palm Beach Fla. -
one of the 14 school bands that WASHING MACHINES
All Are Welcome 'I
will participate in the contests.
Post 90 American Legion Auxi-
- -- liary is sponsoring a series of Sat- GRINDERS MEAT SLICERS, Etc.

PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERS urday night dance parties for high
Woman's I
school students in the
clubhouse. Mr. and Mrs. Carmen
Salvatore. Jr., will act as chape- Phone 501
rones at the dance party tomorrow I

night.Miss Kathlyn Hebb. Quincy PICK UP & DELIVERY i
Mass.. and Miss Peggy LiziW. I
Danbury Conn., members of the
Public .
Stenographer I nurses staff at the Tampa Mu-


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!i Wroten Building Mrs. V. J. York !I II Co-Op. We will sell the group or one at a time to be moved.

However, the buyer of all nine will get the toilet facilities.

I U! 8 Bacom Point Road Pahokee \,: Should the buyer desire to purchase the land also \\'e can
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Notice To Shippers I I $11,000 And Facilities oilirA19


Service over F.E.C. Cut-off i iI


I I.I $12,000 Includes Land They Are On

Kejrulnr: !. service" over the Florida Eat Coast. Kailway's i

new Lake Okt''Chohl't'-Fort Pierce Cut-off will :
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begin l* OI .\. :M., April 1. W 17. AUo effective the :

same date service over the old Okeechobee I rnnchtrom : SEE OR CALL JESS ELLIOTT AT
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its junction point with new Cut-off north to :

:Maytown will be discontinued. ,.:I I Everglades Growers CoOpPhone

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