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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 28, 1947
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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March 28,1947 PUBLISHED WEE.'?LY IN CANAL POINT BV PAUL"'kARDINCIRCULATING


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THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY






To I Eastern Standard Time Is Ok I

I County Pay $450 Monthly II CHEST FUND IS I

65 Pet. PLEDGEDt.ntrihution


Til July 1 on Glades VD Work For Running County's Work 1


( to the I'ahokee-
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mows BIG Tt'KXIP Canal Point Community Chest I I LKXNIK IS DELEGATE -
Eastern Standard
I time and
The federal government without --- not
It. J. SImonson hate brought the total to 6.) i
previous notice has stopped all bought some percent | Lenme Stuckey was named >es- daylight saving time will be fol-
red cabbage !seed; that was im-1 of the goal of $12.6K( itwax !' terday as delegate to the Inter- lowed all
appropriations for treating venereal : by departments of Palm
I ported from Denmark and in the announced ,estrnlay by : .it-unal R.stary Convention in San
disease in Palm Beach county. : Beach county's government this
I field of cabbage he found a turnip Chest President. Frank Shaughnc I Francisco to represent the Paho-
Informed of this Dr. W. summer if they heed a request
by E'I that weighed seven pounds. He ..,\'. It is hoped" that the other i i kee" Rotary club. Mr. Stuckey has
VanLandmgham. health officer' made in a resolution adopted by
displayed the turnip at the Rotary 3.; percent will It e forthcoming 1 attended many international con-
the
commission
county Monday.
commission
the Monday on
county club this week. within the next week s o that I \er.tions in the past several years.
motion of Paul Rardin voted to i Arparently referring to thiscounty's
- -
- ----- the drne can be brought to a
make available $-150 a month for | experiences with daylight

three months to continue such i i New Scout Troop I close.The many teams soliciting : Banquet Plans Are saving time last summer the resolution -

work in the Everglades until maintained that a change
fund in the tlri\e came in for
state aid is again available the i i from the present Eastern standard
warni praise from Mr. >haughnesy i
first of July. I Plans Being Made I who pointed out that it MadeByFFA ii time "would inconvenience" thou-
sands of
It is agreed by health officials was their consistent effort that i people.
I -
that the VD clinics have been of ,; I "Especially would it detract
had brought the amount totthere
up :Members: of the Pahokee Chap-
'
improving' Preliminary steps toward the from efficiency in operation of
inestimable value in I
it is today. He pointedout ter. Future Farmers" of America
the organization of the new Lions- Palm Beach county schools: 'the
conditions
general health started in sponsored Eoy Scout Troop 25 j that workers on the team.are i I at a meeting in the high school resolution s-tated. It predicted
Glades! area since they operating -
taking time off firm their
here three and a half years < were taken at an open meetingof : ( agriculture building Monday night that a shift "would again throw

with federal-state funds and boys and scout leaders at the I business to conduct the driveand I made plans for the annual FFAfathers into turmoil citizens who transact
ago at the time donating
-
p same are
and sons banquet whicn
that their closing even for so short Pahokee scout hut on Thursday I business with railroads and bus
their share of cash.A .
own
will be held in the school cafett'riaon
a period as three months would : night of last week according to a l I lines which operate on Eastern
little club has been
be extremely detrimental to the report given by Edward A. Jensen organized Friday. April 25. This year'sbanquet standard time . "
for those who have been I
general health program. I scouting chairman at the win feature generous Many citizens have asked for a

For the past 18 months the i j Tuesday luncheon meeting of the blessed more abundantly than i servings of fried spring chicken county commission; egression on
others with this world's goods
clinics have been operating under Pahokee Lions Club. Fifteen of I selected from the chapter's flock the subject said U- ........It-i

the efficient management of Mrs. more boys were present and Law- the "Dollar a Day Club'ou.d i i of Rhode Island Reds which as | It was offered by CommissionerPaul
be. surprised' \ how have
Natalie Libhart RN clinic super- rence Dany scoutmaster of the many baby chicks were donated at the : Rardin. from the Glades seconded -
joined' the: club and Issued their
visor. The Pahokee clinic is openon new troop was in charge of organ- Chest chapter sevcweeks ago by j, by Commissioner Lake Lytalof
checks the
to
Community
Thursday nights from 7 to 10 ization procedure. He was assisted Sears. Roebuck and Company. |I. West Palm Beach" and passed
in the amount of W5-or a I -
p. m. and the one at Belle Glade by Charles Wilkinson assist- "Dollar 'for'the'year.. Committees eppointed'in charge unanimously:
a Day" the banquet I.
for
on Tuesday nights at the same ant scoutmaster and by Jack Phil- If you'd nice to join this club of arrangements I -
James Barnes
A charter for Troop 25 is were as follows:
of
hours. The number cases lilps.
and get your name on the list and Melvin Board Plans For
Caruthers ,
handled at the clinics range from now being prepared and regular which will be published smack Raymond I
VD will be held at the scout Tilhs. entertainment: George Belk I II
300 to 600 a week. patient meetings dab on the front page of this and Dickie Mental Patient CareThe

are either treated locally at the hut on Thursday nights. Mr. Jen- when the drive IsO'f'r Jr., Sidney" Caruthers I I

clinics until dismissed as cured or sen said. newspaper | Johnson program; Lte"rotE'n.,
.
board to erect
) just call up Shanghnessy and Elwood County plans
sent to state clinics for The club went on record as giv- i Dewitt Andrews
special and tell him that you want to I Ed tlowell. Milton quarters for the care of Insane persons -
and quick treat- its full to the move- Dart decorations;
support
hospitalization ing
join the club that U doing <;n i pending commitment to stain
ment according to the stage of the ment of an airport built I Salvatore and Danny Hitchcock -
getting much to help put the drive over. i hospitals it was announced in response -
disease. for the Pahokee-Canal Point area. invitations.The to requests for such facili

Through the work of the clinic X. L. Garrison city recreation" director I chapter also made plans for

the percentage of tests reacting announced that a boxing Funeral Today For a chartered" boat trip out of West ties.One speaker at the meeting said

been reducd from 90 will he Palm Beach on Saturday. April 5. .
positive have tournament for amateurs treatment of patients sent by this

to 25 per cent according to Mrs. held in West Palm Beach" on Friday Mrs. Anna FarnamMrs. I Greeting canto will be sold to finance -. county to the Miami Retreat for

Libhart. She is assisted by A. C. evening" of this week this entertainment project. j temporary care "is not all that
Anna Farnam 90. d.ed at --- "
Libhart. laboratory technician On the program Dr. D. S. Spool I could bo desired" It was said that

Mrs. Jessie Bosworth. Mrs. Ogla er. Pahokee physician .read a Canal Point: Wednesday afternoon Council Names :JOn j 105 mental cases were on the files

Pugh and Mrs. Pearl Handley. file paper on "Polio." He was introduced She had been a resident here for of County Judge It PIlobhin..

clerks, and by a clinic physician. :, by A, J. Lively program eight years, coming from Moore Zoning: CommitteeThe I last year

All members of the clinic staff chairman. Hax-en. I Comrm.ssioners Paul Rardin and

have agreed; to work at considerable : --- --- Survivors include three daughter Pahokee City Council at a John Prince disagreed with suggestions -

reduced salaries for the next ?:. Mrs. Ida M Hawe. Moore meeting Tuesday night; appointed I that temporary quarters for

three months in order that the i DeWitt Upthegrove Ha'f'nlrs: L. J. Pate. CIf>Wlston., :1 Thadd Whidden. O R nierch and mental patients be provided at the

work of clinics can be continued Heads SupervisorsDeWitt and Mrs Loci Lence. Canal Point;: Don Hillier on a committee to I now county hospital at the county

until July 1 when State funds for one son. Lloyd Farnam. Moor redraw the city's zoning ordin- : home for the agedNefds .

clinic operations will again b,' Palm BeachCounty ; Haven: 15 grandchildren.; 15 greatgr.in i ance. revising certain cl.iu.: 'cs for public) handling' ; "ftuberculosis

available aK-o. Dr. G. C. Schramof : Uptht.'t'of Registration i iehildren.! and one great- ., judged to be unsatisfactory. I east in this county.
Supervisor
the Migratory Labor: Hospital re-elected president of the I greatgrandchild.Funeral Plans submitted by Victor I. 1 as reported to the health officer

staff in Belle! Glade replaces Dr was services will b hold at Geiger: for a new: subdivision all have U-n met. DrVanLandir.gham
virtually
association; of supervisors inSession J Ji ;
C M HarrL: of West Palm Beach: state I: 10 a m Friday at the First Mef.tiist i Block Three in the Southeast : said He reported
i Orlando last ""'f't'k1":
and will contribute in i r-.urrh. Moore Havtn. with l
ns clinic physician residential section were accepted various
;1 successful in : 2t such patients were in
his services free through; the 1 lpthepro\e was I the: Rev C T Howes pa-tor 'f! by the council Th floodlighting; : 'dnatortl.m". I"a\inp only five apTimmy -
next annual convention -
interim the clinics are operating bringing the PalmBeach I the!: First Methodist; Church of Pa- stem at the baseball' park in the t ato.fl.1 fur .tlcI t., t.t., .. f' mu11T'i".r
of the supervisors; to .. Haven pii:
:
Th.to'.r.
with county fund I hokee officiating city park which has ben p-rat-
county and the meeting will 1..g'
trill :-
--- Hfhf kah Lodge hiartl4pa' for the
inc at tt.nty's expense --- --
b 0' held in West Palm Beach in : and i burial will'] *". it 'h. Oti !-
past few months was ordered cutoff -
Cast Selected For June. !!M". fellow.-. at-te..rAmIa: until further notice Jim :MullisIs :;
The Palm Beach county sapervisor -
Senior Class Play Tf'ntatJplans for !n.rvev.ngar.l
has worked diligently since I Honor Student
'
I mkirsc grades f..r streets and

taking; office a little more than. ROAD t IS NAM HPFOR -:f1fwa.kuV; n.itt -<1 hv J.n!: T
Mr Paul tJis-fmianer hrHtor. .
offs -
two ag- to bring the II JarrMUli. Pah -k." '
years Timothy
... f
P:> krf al 'reH\f'pr. w f r
the "election if the cat:
announces to a more up-to-date standing H' I :McCU'KKIh .. veteran who 1a n.mbr of tie
( ta hl't: -oly .
the f rehoirstiN for theSenior
and start :;
h.t" -imphfied; th- matter of reg--- ) - ----- Junior Clan at the !'n>v>-* r'

Cl.\ .s play. "Koot-Ixwse a tration afar ,vhe t an wth':tlegislatrar. t" .ntia (;alnf' III", " . : ?,
three-act tomtnly which will be .Itillr l.t.UG Tier . .
which will! bP1c" 'rf t" "
dvan'a list
.- nw 't.untr>ni l Uinun M' *r t MiL-..nard ilax. !''..ti.enK the .
Vresent-d in the high school audi- at the coming session of the 1. sislit ::- V.h' did oilt"T.ir.*'... .> .r 0< :.'
txrunii .>n II..tt .. < ,> ->lnst.-.I ..n the wtt Utnk.f pj '.atlren.:! Mrs !ti V l1ax'On .
Knilivpnl
.
The < iuntv t,'mml"l" < --_' -' +
drT
;ire tenvruty: : >
.. the w.-.t li.rk if IVhcan nT : Mr ; Tr.r.Il.. w.'c s-t T'"s-
> The cast. all members of _
i m !' T" -
h.v: corked -A.tt-4 Supervisor ; ffi 'ialltuun .i I .- \\'. 'In.'s.lav of lase .." .. ( T
,' .. ii.-ar P.ih..Uw h.* Len > < > ar.: 'c
the Senior !1melu.t.
PeggyMist'e'd << ". '.
hand to .
on : -- -. .! .c"f V- 'r
tvery
thesrrovf .
.. Beach : : :: -
-ai 'Il( lure /:>ud ( IIIIIH-- : between PaIn:
; Bdtnn Sears Ann v<- the jrvif,' t f hisfft-. e L W ,.I.I!..... '.f Pafit". .s .
pn .
W.Ur': B r' *> who
i..m-r I Ll nil n prepinmd th i- : K"V \ !
OOonnell. ()!Humphries. !'. Dorothy .
-- -- - -- ... . .. V Maxson. the Army for *r' re tnmi. ,
Ch.\tam. Ixii.s :Morgan. EdnaKautT. .imt> t..arel pu>- a r -< luti n t-- "!'ter i f Mr N

.. H.trrv Kremd. Paved Thomas Mr and Mr L.-ter Hand ar..: "n Mond.in.uinnc the nw re..1 l '\1. -t iTf fr.R- Portland ()-..Kon.j half years dunng the war an,_ t:1"

Bill 1J.n1.hlt..n: Salvatore. daueftter Lrd.i were guests, >! otter the f<.rtiM-r ni.lr of I'ahoke -j-"r.: thewntt"r; and will: fly among the invasion troop that.

James itham. Lynn Home and Mr and Mrs led Hard in Sarila .-. The """..Iull..n pnintnl nut "'_ -r!'" Apnl 1 f fI r c e unrron.ttrmaJ .ur n&
- -ttt. ---- fmm Germar.v -r W day
Billv lUwNFrank ,*> over the weekntl I that Mr 'I.'unh..1 aitVM materially -

Tilhs js stage property Mrs Robert S Doutr.it and Mr; in a...iMinc the county Mr and-Mrs L. Nll took I>t- ----- -

manager and Kd How ell and Milton Fred Simmons spent tie past' weeKend Ntanl t.. Uiikl the red in that tv Woodyard to DLaixl Sunday Mr Sherman Yates nj Miami i.

Salvatore! are business managers with their motfcr who L. ;I 11 at he donated rtchtfwa and a where! she! er.r'-lled in .stf'!- -n Unl- tt."t :A Mr !>>la llc"' *n. r

of the play her tome in Tr-ors.a5v.IV: Ga ...ul-1 nt&a1 l am..unt of ravh. ..er.ity! Pat'..it-



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Page Two I The Everglades Xews. Canal Point, Florida Friday. March 2S. 1947

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THE EVERGLADES NEWS I Presbyterians To t


Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Meet .ECONara (. ''V r't.1C";. _n1I.

Established: } li)21) - Published Every Friday : RegularlyBelle i .

Subscription Price S2.00 Year Advance PIANOSTHI a I :,., r r .'ird! ..n.l.t'ch't

-- Glade PlanThe : :'.,;arr._::; where iectssar\
Entered at the Post Office
Is
The Everglades New Fi L.teS. feared and refmi ed
:'K TIUMixor
In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter Action regulated
newly! organized Presbyterians CVX EXPECT
'
Worn felt
replaced
Paul Hardin Owner. Editor Publisher of the Everglades will have as IX V ,
Inspected for moth damage
KIU'HAKEKKKCONIHTIONEI
their speaker Sunday night JudgeF. *
ExpertlytunedI'l.1O '
Venereal Disease Clinic To Be )
.
T. Fanchar of Tennessee. JudgeFanchar Finish restoredHammers
I
Continued Despite Absence Of Federal Cash is well known in Presbyterians refaced or replaced

circles having been a former TERMS have for immediate delivery
Without warning the federal government recently stopped representative in the General IF Utsllan I I"e . Grand . Uprights

all assistance in the way of cash for carrying on the Assmbly of the Presbyter and ) I II

venereal disease clinic in the Lake Okeechobee Farming currently an elder in the Presbyterian I, I!

Kegion of Palm Beach County. Hundred and hundreds of church. Services will beheld

farm workers have been treated in the clinics regularly in at 8:00: P. M. : New Pianos :

the Lake Region and according to County Physician Dr. E. Beginning with the Sunday evening i i ii

:\ VanLandingham, the dread diseases are well under services which will be held in i By all means you must see and hear the new \\"urlitzer.inter.. I
the new Green's Fuel Building, one' I

control. block East of the Theatre between : Gulbransen. They are masterpieces in beauty and tonal I
The editor of this newspaper as a member of county com- Avenue B and C on South West ,

missioners sought assistance from the board in carrying on First Street in Belle Glade regular perfection. !

. the work until July 1 when further federal aid will be avail sunday school and church services -

able.! As they usually do, the members of the county board will be continued at this lo- I

came through in a pinch to save a worthwhile work. At the cation. All parents are asked to : I

request: of this writer they voted to pay into the clinic fund come Sunday night and bring the ;
children in order that classes can A complete library of popular and classical. records. 1
$450: monthly for three months-April and June- be arranged.All I '
until the federal aid is again a.ailahle.'ith this amount !, I See and hear the new Scott radio-phonograph combination '
members of the congregationand ,
the clinic work will continue.In all others interested" are meet- i dean of radiOs. i

the words of the county physician, "It would be tragicto ing Sunday morning at 9:00 A. M. I II

allow this splendid work to be brought to a halt after all at the Everglades Garage for the I'
!
the wonderful good it has done in helping to rid the Lake purpose of attending in a body the

Region of VD." We join wholeheartedly in corroboratingthe morning services at the Memorial I

words of Dr. Van andingham and Presbyterian Church. Lunches will '
extend grateful
be taken and served in the kitchenof
thanks to an understanding group of men on the county !
board. the church with refreshments to Brubaker r Music Company

be provided by the Men's Sunday
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School Class.

Palm Sunday Service I dire.tingthe music.. It is with 1'I Thi new organization has stead-: : WEST PALM BEACH

I much joy that we present this ilv advanced since. the movemer* I '
Event Of Holy WeekPalm II fine of : 20rt Patina St Phone 317.<
group youngpt"f.ple with began and the enthusiasm expressed ;-
I
I i their message in music. They are by increasing attendance: ha.- ,
I
Sunday Services of the : the fine group who have been furnishing I I been mote than was:; onzinallv an- -- --!'

Canal Point Methodist Church will the music for the Evening I ticipated. A cordial invitation is

focus attention on events of Holy Service of the Church for the past extended to the community to attend !
Week Special Palm Sunday music j I several months F'oTon,' cor- I all services. I PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERS

will present a rendition of Faure'3 dially invited to attend
_. -
"The Palms" by Kay Sears ,acv I'

companittl by Mrs. Harold Rosen i 'A'

berg. Following the morning sermon 8 :
on "The Tragedy of a Lost

Vision", the sacrament of Baptism ; -J-// i

will l>e observed. Infants children i J '
7 Ilk and women clrr"nrhrrcrr.1irll
and adlutt may receive Baptism -
at this time. Those desiringto Mr and Mrs. Leroy Hayes of

join the church on Easter Sun- Canal Point announce the birth ofa THE NEWEST CHEVROLET
day are asked to be baptized at daughter. Linda Gail, at the

this time. The service will start Everglades Memorial Hospital on

at 11 A. M The theme of the Mar 23. I
evening service is) "Uoll Thou Mr and Mrs C. E. Seller of

Away the Stone.. Chosen announce the birth of a I
daughter Judith Eii.-e. at the rrerwrI
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Everglades Memorial Hospital on I
Benefit Supper Is Mar 21Reception.

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Scheduled By WSCSA

Given For I

benefit supper will! be held in Pahokee NewlywedsMr I Ii
the Pahokee Lions Hall on Tues-'
i _
fla .. April 1. from 6:30 to 8:30: p. I ---
of the and Mrs Robert Lee Turner -
m.. under the sponsorship I
Simonson-Lair Circle Pahokee Pahokee Newlyweds were honored -

\n CR, with Mrs. II. J. Andersonin I at a reception given by Mrs.
1.1. M. Gresham and Mrs. Osceola
charge of arrangement.Proceeds .
hostesses in the I
from the supper will Upthegrove.
of one Woman's Club building Wednesday
jro toward the furnishing I
of the rooms of the new Sunday evening.The .
school building at the First Meth- hostesses used bouquets of
and flowersin a ;
roses gladioli spring
B.
odist Church. Mrs. George
clubhouse for I
the
Ramey is in charge of the sale of decorating
the affair. Miss Joan Gresham 1
tickets which are priced at $1.50
adults and 75 cents" for children was in charge of the guest book. I
Gary Sanders played piano selections -
under 12 years. and Delorez Upthegrove betting a new high order of

I gave a musical comedy sketch.
Mrs. DeMoya Given The hostesses presented" gifts tc
BIG-CAR QUALITY AT LOWEST COSTS
Pin For R C Work the guests of honor and served! re-

frshments" to 32. I
- -
During the chapel period at the
Canal Point school Thursday Mrs.Peppy Edwin Rice University" of Florida '1/fin J it's f;ger-loo4ia . it'i _&tterloe4i_.,? . it out-Bylat
I student spent the weekend
deMoya. teache'-.afH/nsor of I visiting his mother. Mrs. Alice out-i gluts, tut-salts .lJ ether jrj in its fitU . for it /pixi ytm
the Junior Red Cross at the *ihool.
was presented with 1JR<"- jn I Pauline Rice, and other relatives Big.Car Duality at loitJ prt i anJ at rtMJr'LJ.tJJ' cost for %a!, oil an J upkttp
and friends in Pahokee He wa.
award in appreciaticr. .if hr leadership I Men and this Chevrolet the
i accompanied Kirk to Gainesville women everywhere arc giving newest most
in Junior Ret f"rug" work. ,
Sundw by Mr 1.1 Ilsrris: wh enthusiastic welcome ani new car has ever received'
The presentation C;; < rna l t by
1'o'0'n'l her on-m-law
has ltmg
Harold Rosenberg', a number of and .I.tll htt'r. Mr and Mrs H L. And you'll find they are preferring it above all others not only because it u
the JRC ( 'unl'll. who was introduced -
by Mrs Jess M Elliott rh"'I. .0,1 hv M"' ('ha'les A. the most lautful of .illlu 'rn\.cJ cars . or the most iftrtMt to drive and

chairman ,,( JRC activities at Pa- Kikr: u' .a visit't her parent Mr j ride in . or even the most Jt>tJat-it tt'f'mitr. on street hill or highway . .
H 1S1vo.. Pahokee
ant Mrs in
hokee and Canal Point school I but also because: they are convinced it's the .i car that combines all these
Mr Elliott r. :.ul A letter tom a
fourth-grade U>v in Holland I advantages of bIG-CAR qualIty ;ar the l-'ur.t pr ts an i at such remarkably low

th. kr.i tho':11I"1" Red Cr" > at (;lades Farmers i
i' ; : >* cost ot operation a i.l i upkeep
the Pi'Vee: '". >-",il f.,r i >;:ft box I
Cattlemen' Come in t'Jjy' See this car which rder of HIG-CAR
st n' :t"> hrhv l that -irit .. .. creates a new high

Oil Men QUALITY AT LOT -tins car which i\rJnt: .. -. acne and therefcrs

Easter Cantata Is Investor* destined to be fir..! r* aia'a'-Ii\ f.r :Jtinf to you and your fajnuy Place: and _

Planned For Pahokee 111Cla:. nH1.1::- i keep v..ta order with -s tor thus newest C..evroltt.CiI1t1 .

,-w . NK : s\\ r. : TV?
T.Fir. . . A'
Tit: > : J.T.: \ - VHKVIIOLET
Pahokee announcethe presentation SUBMIT orrois TOW .

of an Easter Cantata by the ... .
.
U. C. .1.I't1;. (hirer
Young IVoplf s Choir of the Phone 2371F': ; Phone* S7
::n.3rd: S!--
Church! on I-: ter Sunday Evening -
at 7 3O P M with R. 0 Lampi "t Pain: Ilea ". Pala-ikee -ira! (',('wi. tJn, Florida



March 28, 1947 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Page Three


Circle Program Led I Marlene Johnson Has erlv Pitt$. Glenda Johnson Brian

Fuller Warren Will!! To Johnson, Carol Carpenter. Carolyn
Speak I
By Mrs. Unwin A Birthday Party Crosby; Jewel Bra.ly. Norman

th..1 - Gant. Iriomar Davis. Susan Johnson -
'Russia Needs Christ" was Marlene Johnson celebrated her: Virginia Ann Heath. Betty
Rotes and Wives Wednesday !: program topic presented by Mrs I eighth birthday anni\"t'rsary at a. Williams, Eddie Vertomnien:
Horace Unwin program chairman I party given by her mother Mrs I! Vance Davis Elaine Weeks Judy:
at a mt'etingcf the Grace Jerni- Dick Johnson, at their home on '! Knight, Ronny Crosb>. B B. Till-
I ,I, gan Circle. Pahokee WMU, at the I Belle Glade Road Wednesday aft-i' man, \\ ilda Davis Richard Weeks
Final home of Mrs Vinson Henderson ernoon of last week. and Darian Crosby.
terday for i Tuesday night Brief talks on the Contest prizes were won by 'I ---
Night : subject were given by Mrs Willie Olive Sue Ray and Frances Ruth
Wednesday I j Kerrp Mrs Park Keen Mrs H. L. Calhoun. Other guests were Bev- j Use Classified Ads
Rotary : Speer. Mrs R. S. Douthit and InV ;.
held in \ it! DuBose Mrs C. A. Moberg - --- -- ---- --- --- -- -- --------
Point Road wa in charge of the Bible study.
ly at 8:30 Mrs E. J. Carlton Mrs Oleen
Harold : i Stravhorn. Mrs A. E. Morgan and I II
Abe I Mrs \\nitt Brewton were received I II
Elliott I I as new members Mrs Herbert Benzene HexachlorideOR
committee Heath of San Jose. Costa Rica I
by ;' was' a visitor. \Irs. Wiley Tilhs
club The ; chairman, presided at the business I Ii :
that the : i It was announced that Mrs Elmer
I
fet style in I Jones will be hostess at the next I II I

enced delays in as : met'tingRefreshments served to 29Cbssified. were I I Gamtox

torney Fuller and\\ --- ----,.... II Ii IiIs

in 1910. I

er ida as lie b is(. : Ads effective in controlling the following I

ing !' IOU s\LK: 1940 Ford Fordor- I

those in Sedan. fairly good condition See pests i iI

clay night A: hur Lam-nore Box 3
them rtnxrvfd: kee. Fla. It I GRASSHOPPERSSTINK j jI
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Navj I I'OK IJP.NTFront bedroom. 132 I .
State's A Baco"1 Point Road Pahokte HUGS
flf't'st i i :
vited to ; FBI s.XI.F:: Two houses on 50x130lot r THRIP :
monus i 1 block from Pahokee Post
I i iI
this Offut Very icosonible Contact I
for the I Mic. Monroe at Sintee, one milo I I APMIDS
Since his north of Canal Point. A4pd
Untie I CUTWORMS
: I-OK s\Ii:: T-20 International
become: I tractor in good condition. CELERY WORMS
widely !II : Reasonably priced II. CJ Boynton. I Ii

momt Phone 43M Canal Point. :X4i I II
I i WORMS ON CELERY

f New I'l'BII<* Stenographer. Van
J. York at Everglades Discount
Room I Company in new \\ roten Building I
i I on Bacom Point Road in Paho- !
The tf '
] kee
i
one of the I ----- --- -- t
div school 1I 1-I FOR s.\l.E: New Chrysler industrial KILGORE SEED CO.
the / :' power unit, starter and generator
shut-off
and automatic
Church wa< I
4002 Canal Point. tf I
Phone 531 or
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Circle by { \\' r i BRED-RITE SEEDS .!
TIKES, TtBEx. Batteries and accessories -

home afternoon of Easy term1 Hender Pahokee Fla. Phone 3201 I!
son Texaco Station. Pahokee. ,
project the ,
benefit EVEROLADES HOUSE OF
Tuesdiy. 15'j BEAUTYAll "March to Church In March"

Anderson I Phases of Beauty Culture '
ments Phone 4292 I
school i Lake Shore Drive Canal Point
reports by
Mrs. F.. p. I I FOR !SALE: Five room furnished G
Elliott and I house on Bacom Point road 3 I I
blocks from hank. C. A.

teachers Mr" R. J I : II I I Phone 70 Belle Glade- -Fla.SEi'TIC -- Bailt'Y'j I : Are You Planning !t tI
un (
Mrs U F. ,, i tanks and grease traps i
cleaned! and repairE'd.Phone I I I
also ) 3S72. Bob Douthit Pahokee M17c Home Renovation :

Miss : HOI'SE I'MNTINfi' see John
ami is sJ)<' : : << Chindler a veteran. Pihokee. i i"p
her Fla. Mil. 21. 2S A 7I \\ Iiaxo long hcen the Glades; rt'prf.'nt:1tifor !.
Shaushnt's : ------ -- -
:.. I I 'Oil S.J.I10 acres of close in the fairedAiinerican
("111' 1 nun k land! 4 lots 75x3OO with
four houses now orctipud T'lnninp
I I"H"
:A ; i water Can give immediate po<4- Cool-Air i
the 1.A'sson- I : t's."Ifn. priced reasonable f',r
read in (' quirk sale C. T. Santee. Cant I
Attic Ventilating FansI
list thriiti I Point FIa. ltp.'IITOtt
-- ---
d I.\ ". Mirth
The v for ale: 10 hp 1 pha,'
: 22O volt Recently o'C'rhal.jh \ l I h :,t' tanM.t' !} t\ I' : tti l ill-t..II..d in manloc'ai fi
LIOn!. shalt : : -
s: tth!f :nest Palm B a.'t'nJ i .
ful for nIP
h"R1t'- and have ]l'rt'w'ri! illtt:stuci" -'
taw: r 'nit :
<
hn
been used $ nce. Call
t -," '..... : ,!, in. tall.d"
'n ( i Fv'!',: Jil 'a Growtrs C ...p. ritv .' i purr>"-t
1
:\mong in Pahokee \f2v n
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t'1:<' mm : 'tn'k farm. one ..of ti.: : .... _! .. m :J' T" 7J tin. i ilt-- ready for installation.If .
t.: .' man ; : \la"an.a. !b". .,t''I i .>.) .:..i.-i iV .' ," :' I
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f>!ing: .. : i l [ Si reS aighi.\ :..1lrved.! 1ti ' I roll and
f a'out
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Page Four The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday. March 2S. 1947

JO\N PLATTINS snU"Lns .\LEGovernment :Mr: and :Mrs: Kenneth Cook SE\'EXTII (..RIEUTY METHODIST BIBLE CUSS
$a IX SAVINGS STAMI'S surplus property and small son, Ken, returned to The Men's Bible Class of the
sale now in progress include a their home in Monticello Tuesday Se\"th Tadeto at Pahokeej FirstI th('..ist Church. Pahokee
MiJoann: Platt. daughter ofMr. sale of plumbing, heating and after visiting Mrs Cooksey ': '->r H:gh enjoyel a dance party will announce the dominations for
and Mrs. J. T. Platt of Canal kitchen equipment which ends on motler.Ir:: -'. John S. Harrington at the w ,man's clubhouse Thur- Cm:'irof the Class at the regu-
Point, has been awarded Sj.()() in 'd'nI9 ina sale of machine tools at Port :MajacaMi : dav nig"ht'itr. Ig.! J. :M: GresV 1 11iieotinc of the Class Sunday at
Savings Stamp" by the State ending April 14 These sales are and :Mrs: L.. L. Ptuckey ant am. ::Mr. C. T. Howes. :Mrs: H. T 945 A. :M: All members of the
Council of Senior Home Demonstration raking place at various fields Mr and :Mrs: R \\'. Sanders were Williams and Mrs R F Hurt. class are invited to attend. The
Work for successfully throughout the State and any veteran hi.sts at the :March: fellowship dinner seventh grade room mothers act Teacher. Hev C. T. Howes, announces -
completing her child care project., interested may obtain detailed meeting of the executive boardof ing a* hostesses X. L. Garrison the subject for Sunday
Her award was signed by Mary E. information concerning them the First :Methodist: Church and Miss Jane Mitchell seventh Morning as .'Kt. l'ing J..uth'ith
Keown, State Home Demonstration -, from the Veterans Service Office held Thursday ('evening in the social grade class sponsors, were also Christ". Ihe; Men of the Com-
Agent. I in Pahokee. hall of the church. guest munity will find a cordial welcomeffffffi1FE






BUILDS







. _._ the SOUTH





sD BUILDERS and LEADERS of the South have for half a century envisioned

to and worked for a substantial secure and progressive Insurance Company

4 located and operated in the South by Southern business men this is

your Gulf Life of Today.For .

thirty-six of these years Gulf Life has aided in the progress of the South. Sound

s- investments in the Southern economy have helped finance Southern enterprise with

Southern capital.
,r
gI2l l0 $ Gulf Life, acting for its more than 1,000,000 policyholders, now has invested nearly

,. klD I $35,003/000 of its resources in first mortgages on improved real estate, U. S. Government,
0 : i
state,county, and municipal bonds-all in our native South.

The future offers greater opportunity for development of the South and Gulf I

?r Life. In 1946 all past records were surpassed, and Insurance In Force increased
,
.or..awr Iwu.r u[inwa.r.ca
$60,402,214 to a total of $370,749,687.
'

r The financial statement here presented, clearly shows the continuing growth

and strength of this; great and growing: Southern Institution.
STATEMENT OF CONDITION ', "

December 31, 1946

"
ReJtUt': J

Cash .'T: : . . . . . $ 2,071.900.21

Bor.Js' :
Unitd States Government. . . 8,250,798.77 -'
State-County-Municipal. . . 2,734,078.86 A TOWERING PILLAR __

Miscellaneous . . . . 218,657.67 _

Railroads . . . . 1,056,743.00
Utilities . . . . . 1,437,103.75 S
Federal Savings&loan Associations . 21,000.00 I,,

Foreign Government . . . 8,000.00 (
,
Stocks . . . . . . 2,668,022.63
(Common stocks total only,6 percent of
total assets;

First Mortgages on Improved Real Estate . 13,473,442.30Real '
**
Estate Sold on Contract . . 5,202.74 AND
Real Estate(Including H.0.) . . . 119420.00 '

Policy Loans and liens& . . . .. 1,473,123.21 ,i
Premiums Due and Deferred . . . 1,393,240.92 PROTECTION
Interest Due and Accrued . . . 206,22vV41

.Miscellaneous . . . . . . ,30.125.22toTAL. .
. . . . . $3S.le7P79.9' 'I'
!(u

l4Iditle4 tn.

Reserve en AII.poIkMs . . $29,384,165.24
Present Value of Disability Claims . . 58,747.17

funds Left in Trust and AmmlrlM . . . 1762433.27 Ij
Death Claims Due and Unpaid. . '. NONE I
Claims Reported:Proof Not Received . --.4 73,501.00
Premiums and Interest Paid!.Advance . 671,075.08
>
Reserve for Taxes . . . . .. 255000.00
Agents'Cash Bonds . . . ; .;!. 148,483.5
Investment Reserve . . . .. %. 61,192.00
Other Liabilities . . . . . 314,166.34
TOTAL . . . . $32.928,763-68 i

Contingency Reserve . $ 500000.00

Surplus . . . 1,238,316.01
Capital Stock . . 500,OOP.00 $35,167,079.69INSURANCE COMPANY
Surplus for Protection of all Policyholders .

TOTAL . . . . .. ., 4XlCMf '

There is a sou h'C Invited find Ztied fo teix Gut See him TODAY

GULF MAN tJ'eat ad tJ 7 Tomorrow Is so often
.
Near You! E. J. C'\RI/rN.: uperint ndent. Too LateLI

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Friday, March 28, 1947 The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Page Five



GROWING! AND PROCESSING OF RAMIE TO- Fellowship Hall 1: Frark Mrs EE.accompanied. Bishop by and Mrs sr>\"..

I
Dedication Held Kalterbnmer all of \Vest Palm
BE DISCUSSED AT BELLE GLADE SOIL MEET Beach, have reutrned to their

i I - - - . . . . . . - . . . . . . . . . -- --------_..- More: than 300 Baptists and home there after'i>,iting Mrs

Rame. known as ""I he Cloth of I vests attended the dinner program Bishop blth. r-in-Iaw and slxterMr .
end oa=e position is being played
the Pharaohs," and "China Grass Blue Devils Won \\ilburGtige'.. third base. Harry ; dedicating the new Fellowship and Mrs A. Morgan: here

with a history a-j ancient as indicated From ClewistonFur Fnmll: shortstop, Rodney Connell Hall of the First Baptist Mrs \Yo R Kaufman and child-

by these names, will be discussed -; ; left field. Bill Elam: centerfield Cri'; h \\'edneday'ening.. ren have returned to Pihokee after -

by out.standingscientists I Pot'C.. A. .:\loberg. master of <=pep!.i ng the weekend with
a g-"el'r. untried team the Charles Phillips nd Fred
and practical men who have spent i cereironie'''. introduced Dr. J. Harrison relatives in Fort Lauderdale The
Pahokee Biiie Devil played 1 some jixloi : right field. James and
years in studying the 'how of I Griffin: of Stetson University were accompanied" home toy her
bans-: : baseball in defeating George Sims.
decorticating, 'P who delivered the dedicatory mother MrsV: \Yo Cornell whoi
growing degum-I' Clewis ton. 4 to 1. in their openeron Scheduled for next week is a
ming and processing the ad.Iresw! uFt>lI wship:' \\ lt')" Tillis visiting hereIN .
the home diamond Friday afternoon game with Boynton on the home
at the annual I gave the dedicatory prayer and H.
its products,
Coach Clyde Alley started 'p'd! o" Tuesday. April Fool's day, Tin: rotNT* .It';M.F-s 'Ol'RT. INNU
of Florida Soil Science Lawrence Jaudon building chair-
meeting the Harlan Sears at the pitcher's -t,>rti";- at 2:30 p. m. .\ FOR P\IM RF\CII COl\T\'.
Society April 5th in Belle Glade :. of man. gave a brief history of the FLORID
mound. Sear put plenty IN RE
of stories --- --- new building. Barbara Wilkinson
Because glamorous
"stuff"' on the ball and had good RANSOM EARlItTH..
of its possibilities, promoters some five he Church anti Barbara ':\fhergsang a duet Deceased :
control duringthe innings Painting Is
NOTICE OF INTE71OTO :MKF
years ago, brought disrepute t.: ; and :several songs were sungby
was m He was relieved in th? \PPLIC\TION FOR FINUnism .
ramie: but scientists and workers I sixth bv Otis Boland who had lots Progressing Nicely the Baptist Male: Quartet. Mrs. \RC.F
TOLL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN'
the Claude L. Shirley was in charge of
who appreciate incomparable I of steam but lasted only one Inning Notice Is hereby given that I have
value of filler, and the high protein because of wild pitches and Tire painting of the Canal Point dinner arrangements filed trv Final Report as Executrix of
the Estate of Ransom Earl Smith. Deceased -
((21: to 25 per cent) value of the balks. Fred Taylor pitched the Methodist: Church and the work of ; that I have filed my Petitionfor

well ac such products as waxes, last three and had little beautifying the church property is erg and extend an Invitation to the Final Oisrha-ge and that I '\11"nh'
innings
t<> tho ll.nn 'tr'1ard P. Robbing
meal from the tops and leaves, as trouble keeping: the game on ice progressing in fine style. The outside brethren of the Baptist Church tn County Jud .e of Pam Beach County.

chloiophjl, carotene etc. are fcr the Blue Devils Hits were of the: church has been completely join us in its dedication Florida. April 22. 1947 for approval of
the same and for final discharge as
ready to report progress made hv Wilbur Geiger three- refinished by a group of Our Sunday School extended its Executrix of the Estate of Ransom

Di B. B Robinson Fiber bis* Billy Riwls on -bise and laymen who spent two Saturdays great march to increased activity Earl DATED mith" this Deoesaed 20th day of March. \.

Specialist of the Bureau of Plant Harlan Sears two-bae. The three I, on the job. Those who completedthe b\ again having 106 present last I IImday. I, D 1< 4-

Induct!?r>. USDA, will discuss va- Blue Devil pitchers held Clewistonto job last Saturday were Bill This raises to six the Ionic Executrix D. Smith cf Beust the Estate) of

netits Beside studying in this two hit*. Johnson R M Dart T. M. Yeo- number of consecutive weeks n i Ransom Earl Smith. Deceased

counthis experiences include man, Flwood Dart, Billy Jernigan. which we have averaged over 100. Pub March 21 28. April 4. 11 1947
In their second game of the season -
the continent of Europe and Fng- at Fort Pierce Wednesday lfax'iI. John Sun bergand Until now the 100 mark has been

land. afternoon of this week the Blue Russell Sims \\e hope to have the broken only 4 other times!: since

Mr M H Byrom, from the same Devils were blanked by the unde- inside. of the ehurch painted before 1939 The blessing of increase i ROOMSAT

Bureau, will discuss decorticating feated Eagles, 3 to 0 This wasa Easter, the trustees authorizingthe acti'itis being strongly felt

including recently improved machines "even-inning game with Harlin job last week The M Y F. throughout the church life I

Sears pitching all the way and will meet at 9 A, M on Saturday The Sunday School Class Contest THE

Mr. Harold T. Coss of Johns holding the Eagles to 5 hits. The to finish the work on the barbecue shows the Intermediate Class.

Manville Laboratories, will give Blue Devil seven errors cost pit b<:....tA n" church. Members taught cooperatively by Mrs Joe
of his in I LAKEHOTEL
the benefit experiences
them the game as Fort Pierce did are reminded to bring hammers P:1'It"r and Marion: Stokes, in second -

dt'gumming and preparation for not make any earned runs. Paho- and wrecking bars so that place just 300 miles short of

practical use Ie"s four hits were made bv i we can clean up the last of the the finish line. Tie other classes

Dr. Berkley of Beltsville. Md, Harry Fremd, two-base Bill Elam, I wood from the shed torn down by are tightly bunched for thiri
will disclose the of the
properties one-base Riwls two-bise and : the Fellowship for this work. pare A beautiful luminous desk

fiber in comparison with other Taylor, one-bise An amplifying system for the cross for each member of the triumphant Over R&F Cafe
fib*'rs. .
In Pihok'<* first two games bell-tower of the church has been Noting People Clis
J. M Dempsey, in charge of
Billy! Raw Is led the team in hitting obtained through a fine ana was selected: by the minister and PahokeeRooms
Newport Industries operation at
and did some brilliant worK< I thoughtful gift to the church The Bill Johnson the teacher of the
Cant) Point has been personally
at first hast position. Harlan system is capable of sending recorded class. as a fitting award for the
responsible! for the planting, cultivation -
Sears looks good in the pit'her'sbox church and chime music clasp fine work in circling the

harvesting and subsequent .nd Frank Gilli did some nice over the oommumtv is a Sunday globe first Presentation will hf By Day
processing of mote ramiethan
work catching but an injured morning and e'ningCall to the made in church on Palm Sunday or
any other single individual at Or Week
finger caused him to make som' Houses of God in the area. Wehope Easter, depending on when the
any time during an equal period of
costly errors at Fort Pierce Sec to hive it instilled by East- awards arrive
time. will discuss his experiences

Mr Louis Schweitzer an outstanding ---

producer of cigarette and

other high class papers, will cliscu -

', the value of ramie as a source

of cellulose in his operations

Mr Robert VanSant Presidentof

American Chlorophyll Co., man
/ /
ufactmers of feeds, is moving apart

of his phnt from AKxandna /

V:t.. to Palm Beach County he
/
cause of the availability of vita-
.
tHins a'l products of the decorticating ,

and processing of ramie.
I
His practical interest is a sourceof

valuable information.
,1-
These business men practical

and successful in their several

lines together with the scientistsof

world.wide background of study
I FAR AND NEAR, fKcrc's ever-growing

will represent assembled the most the subject knowledgeever of demand for |lax Beer. Deep in the 'Glades or ,

on is in historic Charleston, when beer lovers ask for
ramie King Tut, whose body
JAX the southeast's famed regional beer they "
reputed to hive been wrapped in ,

ramie' cloth, will likely rouse in his expect to get it.

celestial abode and applaud us So just as we started right in to modernize '1 ,

moderns for rediscovering his and re-equip the JAX brewery the minute ma- y Y

secrets terials and scientific brewing equipment became f Luiilhh

- available, so also did we begin to enlargeour t

Several scout leader of the truck and transport fleet. ;' ei1jft'KW
-
North Glades District are attending To get lAX) Beer to you quicker and fresh! r

the Scouters Training School from the brewery's great ageing vats wJ.t.avc': /

being conducted by the Gulf added 10 new trucks and two laige krailer "....:i-

Sth .ra Council in Clewiston and (each with the t railroad #" .
transports capacity o a
BeAi :GIadB this month. The school car) to our transportation I ; f1This i is only part of our modernization program in which we

which ojtened recently in ClewlstonwOl fleet'f': i .are spending more than a quarter of a !million dollars to give

olosb with classrooms in Belle '/. ,i tlt S' z you better service/ The trucks and transports alone represent

Glade tonight (Fn.> and Monday I ./ .!:'" an expenditure more than $56,000
. / ,+
night. -' .'. ...... a..f>..." It is well'to remember that such purchases as these are

- I made wherever because believe in
locally possible spending
IN rm rmrt'IT 'tU'RT. IN AND o- we
MIR PUM: llf'\('II ('Ul'SIn.URIO' \', I _'"i our money in the area we serve.
1 tl -..:
.\ (m'XKlnSH01.'11\"( .t'Rsn 3J100NLD 1 ..:
piaiitirr JAX better because it's as good as beer can possibly{ be made

P l'HISIIOLM.-tcA /" .. so we're improving our service to you in every way we can.

I..f..ndant ./ .r We want to give you every reason to say with pride that JAX

\ T NOFIt("Ht HoI TO M tl'i'FeRTO C.O M \TTTF 1 : is your favorite beer.Wouldn't .
.
CHI COOt: 1I01.(itOKOM 1 KIK\I. ROCTEO I t ,_t.t : you like a refreshing glass of golden lAX Beer

_ou are her'b\ r..II1Int: <> appear 11' right now?
the ahotr ('o i" on taeth day of efe
April A I) W -aire bring Rile: t !
1 I .
I\a\ ..f s.t t n1' 11:11 at the Court II' '-.- I ..
In \\.-st 1'I1I"'h! PH:m Pea. ', -.I'O..
C st'm't t:.."t , 1 ''"\I''vi': f'. 11"'d as*"' _
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POSED ORPFKFD at VVeot !'aIm11foacoh : t
Palm Beach County F1on<1a
tJl ... 5th .1..r !'.(..uch0 t> tW7
J *:f'nft* Cerk c't the .
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Six The Everglades"s" Canal Point Florida Fnday. March :S. 1947


Special Holy Week i directing. There will also be spec- f Personal Items I II Library Staff Has Mrs R. F. Hurt acted a$ chipclones -

ial services Wednesday, Thurs- Library staffers who wen

At Methodist ChurchThe day and Friday Evening at 7:30. I ______ Dance-Party Club ho ts and hostesses included Bill
i i Wednesday Evening the subjectwill KIrk. Clara Baxter Mary Ann
I Mrs Emma Wheeler has returned -
First Methodist Church Pa- ; be "The Passion of our Savlous" Members of the Pahokee High Howes. Patsy Geiger. Anna L.e
to her home Pahokee from
in
hokee announces Special Holy Thursday Evening the Sac- School Library staff entertainedwith Hurt, Rita Fay Hurt. Vera Keen,
i North
Carolina and Lakeland
Week Services as follows: Sundayat rament of the Holy Communionwill i a dance part at the Wom Charles McCtirdy Bobby \tackey
where she has been relatives -
11:00 A. M. The Pastor Rev. C.I'I be observed with the Pastor I visiting I an's Club building Friday night. Sarah Jane Baker Gloria Stuart
since before Christmas
T. Howes, will use as his subject: using as his subject "The Meaning Mrs F. H Moose librarian and and Marlene William
F S. (Dick) Parrish returned
"The Triumphal Entry' 'and at the of The Holy Communion".
Sunday from Cherry Point X Coo I II
Evening Service the subject will be ; Evening the Sacrament of
Friday - - -- ---- -- ----- -
I
--I
where he attended the wedding of 1 .
"This Year of Stewardship" Special Baptism will be observed with
his sister. Miss Patsy Parrish.
music in the morning by the Pastor using as his subject "The I school .i
Miss Jane Mitchell, high
"
Senior Choir, with John Dulany, i| Duties of Church Membership. Authorized Dealers
physical ed director for girls, .
directing. In the Evening The - -

Young People's Choir, R. O. Lampi I Classified Ads Pay Big Dividends. week.\isitedfriendsmMiami the past WISCONSIN AIR COOLED ENGINES ;

: ALSO REPAIR PARTS
Miss Ona Fay Cranford student

? at the University of :Miami spent NEW PORTABLE WELDER Enabelinj us to ;
IV Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
+ 4.. I the weekend in Pahokee visitingher ; I do any kind of Steel Construction at any place i
mother Mrs Bessie Cranford.

Mrs Nellie Wood and Mrs Sue Manufacturers Of ;
i Camera FansImmediate : : .
;y} Alexander of. Fort Pierce wore IRRIGATION AND DRAINAGE PUMPS:

guests Sun :ay of Mrs Woody HynUULICIOLE: DRAINS
: h brother and sister-in-law.. and
4 WEED CHOPPERSWE
:. Delivery c Y. Mrs John Rogers
4" Donald Padgett :Indent at th.> MANUFACTURE: EVERYTHING THAT'S

4:. Limited Number :{: University of Florida is visiting :MADE OUT OF IRON FOR USE IN

4.y his parents Mr and Mrss Duncan THE GLADES

S Padgett this week.
> mm. y
h4t Mr and I Mr. Ellis ?.irphv and AGENT FOR ;)-\' CHIMP .\ND CORRIGATEDALUMINIUM
.
EASTMAN MOVIE CAMERAS: ). daughtt Judy, have returned : : ROOFING

4. fr.n. a'i si' with his parent" Mr

+ :Miniature Speed Graphics 4X v> I and Mr-- E.-O Murphy--, in-Miami I Canal Point Machine Works


41.. Eastman Kodaslide Projectors ":> ,
. 4 Vegetable Group To CANAL POINT PHONE 531 P. O. BOX 466 i


4:. ,=- "March to Church In :March"PIANOS
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4:. :Movie Film ::: ORLANDO The innuil meeting -
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of the Flondt Ye ,(>taUf' Con.mittoe .-

::: Roll Film ":> will be held at Orlando

t, June IG-IS. Chairman L L. itmkcv .

Y of M'in i. announced. It will

Y: :Y<: he the the multi-million first po-.t-war dollar conference vegetable of I ,JEWELRYIUSIC: I II

: : Halsey & Griffith Inc. { md'lstn'. Annual election of officers )

will bo held on the losing
... ".1!> day of the convention. J.Y.. RASH LEY

.: West Palm Beach, Fla. A% I \TKKUOKHS tatruoVF:3tiNT--. : : I JEWELER Belle Glade Fla.

. ,> l-VIIOKtl.: ...Hltlil\
: 313-15-17; Datura St. Phone 3883 INIfION MK IIII>
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4,. Sealed proposaN will be receded by I GO TO CHURCH SUNDAYjgjgSufiSfsoaGgggr
"YY. the City of Pahokee FlorIda at the ,
. olflce of the City Clerk. Pahokee Florida I
: .l' 4. ." ." ." ." ." .....f. ." ...."..."..''..f.>.'..A ....";....."..."...."> until eleven o'clock . .y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y YI April 30th. 1947 at which time they
will be opened and publicly read, for
Waterworks Improvements In the City lL.rL11.U ,rnnntn,in,rnnnnnnnr' "'r'n' 'in r n;ll'HERBERT'S
of Pahokre Florida
1
The principal Items of work to be
I performed are as follows c 1'1 Extension {J Fine Clothes I For !
I to water distribution system and
installation of fire hydrants and valves
Men and Women
I (2)( } Enlarge water plant building, Install I
new filters, water treatment
pumps -
HomogenizedVitamin tank and incidental piping and TAILORED TO :MEASURENave .
appurtenances (31 New elevated tank I
Plans. specifications and contract Your Indies Clothes TailoredBy
I documents will be open to public
A Man's Tailor
Inspection at the Office of the City
D Milk Clerk, Pahokee Florida. or may be I
obtained from Smith and Oille Consulting Engineers Post Office AL BELCHERBOX I
Box 1 deposit of $2000. The full amountof ,
-0--0-- the deposit for one set of documents 876 PAHOKEE I
I will be: returned to each
actual Bidder and all other depositswill !"
AVAILABLE AT YOUR be: refunded' with the deduction '
of $1000 for each set, which

I GROCERY STORELFA II'II'I amount of covers these: the documents cost of reproduction upon

i ': return of all document in Rood
condition within ten daaft..r theduff
Ii -.o-:-o- i I
I of opening bidn -
,d. mu,t be accompanied h\ acertifted
i check or bid bond in an i
I! .Onn." not less than fie nf'cent <.f
he h'd
No hid mi>\ be iit'irt"nrn for a A
r i"1\ 'btrtx dayafter hrh"-
," ..,-'1 c! >-inc lme for the receipt .>fh'I P p.

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Phone 20 Belle Glade, Fla. I II ,: .-ienecf n" p,ariv1.W .. "'.FT'-nTtTT' '1rc
City (jerk
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A. Servant of the Glades (CHIROS'RACTORt '

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4 Buses 1'" '1iami L. :S. JONES: 600 x 16 S'ZE

i ill \\4..t Palm I5i' u'h .. .' I ,
: i P , ,' Ff"OWyr .. DAVIS BUTYL TUBES ,, 1.1 pi p.TC .

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Friday, March 28, 1947 The Everglades News, Canal Point. Florida Page Seven


Stuckeys Remodel ; NO PIGEONS TO |! Pahokee Mayor I Miss Flora Mary Weeks student -{! B. S. Waring plans to spend t':,

at Scnool of Duke
Nursing coming week here on business.
Apartment House BE AVAILABLE
University. Durham. X. C. .> Mr and Mrs. T. L. Burns and

The building across the street :Mate IS. Elliott i Has Improvement I spending a two weeks's :spring va- daughter. Ann Rita spent the
preontati\p -
from Palm Villas owned by; Mr. cation with her parents Mr. and weekend visiting her mother. Mrs.

and Mis. Van Stuckey and recent- suit to yesterday TaIaha-! that city hi. of-request 1 i Plan For Pahokee Mrs. I. W. Weeks in Pahoket- H. T. Mom'*'t'. in :Mershon. Ga.

tied as an apartment house, b.. i
is fd iuK! for .t'\,ral liumlnil piu.ns -----
ingremodde..j into a residence for ,
> .. ha. IHclNrejptrded.: A -.
-
the Stuckeys. Mr. Stuckey saidit few month, ago the city cfficiaK At In-' !last regular meeting of I
also would be used as an office of the tnv> Pahr.kee "ity council It'a q
capital city !wit they
for the constructed 1 that tie offer Trees Vines Shrubs
tou'-
recently were going to destroy all of the .s I-f..t.; mayor Citrusof
ist 'ourt.York is ,, for further improvement
( being com- more suggestions
thousands of pigeons in the citj. I
the this week'' of Pahokee. all sizes and varieties
pitted on building Mr. Elliott thought it a good Mayor : for I
and when finished will make i'' idea to ask for M\eral hundred Richardson at Tuesday night's your Selection.LANDSCAPING.

handsome home for Mr. and Mrs. and distribute them among theycung.terti veetmg pointed out that there

Stuckey. are a number of his recommendations -
of South 'oritla.t !
i which have not as :yet. been
that time the Tallahassee officials -
r agreed to co-operate withMr. carried out. He pointed out that as: you like it. We are organized and equipped to doa ;

.l ,r Elliott hut the task of completion would take a great
trapping thorough job from plans to completion of planting.
deal more time but, in order to refresh I Ij
, stou CAN usuALtV TELL the birds proved too much the memory of the councilhe j ;
and the idea was given Mr. I
up
WHAf KINO OF A WORKER Elliott said.Woman's. repeated several requests he had I As always, you are i iI

A MAN IS CrV WHERE made in the past. Among them I welcome at our :
were found the following! sugges- I I
1H' PATCHES ON Club Hears tions:
NIS PAN1t NURSERIES: 1100 Southern Boulevard (Route No. 25 at
i 1. That an "All out" street and
ARC LoCAfD Mrs. Robt. SchroderThe City Limits). West Palm Beach, Florida
SI sidewalk program be put into ef- ,
fect without further delay. J
need of "Religious Train- ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO.
2. That there is again in the i
ing in the Home" was stressed .
by !
area a case of polio and it is ex- I
Mrs. R. J. Schroder in a talk at -- -- -- -- -
pedient that a sanitary inspectorbe
the luncheon of the Paho-
I meeting
appointed at once who is qual-
kee Woman's Club held in the
ified to institute a consistent pro-
clubhouse Tuesday. The speakerwas .f.l
of sanitation.
gram .
I introduced by Mrs. Jess1.. --- ---

I i I Elliott chairman of the American 3. That a plan be immediately From where l I ; / Joe Marsh
!| homes committee who was in I adopted for keeping the town /
I sprayed throughout the summer to
II II i charge of the program.frs.. D.
I eliminate disease and mosquitoesand i1:
D. Caudill, soloist sang three selections -

Everyone in Pahokee knows I reading. and Mrs. Elliott gave a 3A.flies.That the City Clerk be instructed Apple Tree Versus

where the LAKK SilO n E t<) prepare ,as a minimum -
i I I I Mrs. Leon Spooner. president .a quarterly report showingin <'fJ? r Wheat FieldIf
MOTOR COMPANY is located I introduced Mrs. W. H. Rogers I .r-
detail all receipts and disbursements -
and of our superior wheel balancing I Mrs. Roy Kautz and Mrs. C. T.
and future commitments

service. We'll eliminate I Jackson as new members. Mrs. I and submit to the council as a jo: e -,,-r \i i..it J-:) Crowe!! Both of them got so eloquent on

shimmy, hard .steering wandering -* ; Clyde Alley! Mrs. J \\'. Payne. g"uid'for their operations .and also "'nrm. ht-.l' lake jm right: out on the subject, that the: rest .>.fI

and uneven tire wear. Let Mrs. Olcen Stravhorn. Mrs. Calvin '' to publicize the report for the ht'n-I 'that: Ii.ick: p'rrh of his and !':IUW worked up quite a thirst: so Jet

us check your car on our qual- ; Spooner. :\Jr s. Emma Wheeler and efit of all citizens. gnu hi- c.pe! trie. gars to the i,-"wx for beer and
Mrs. G. O. Schroder were visitors.
ity equipment 4. That an ordinance be com- "There! ," :.:.\-- J.''. *'i" m.turc*-* idcr. And! when the refroshaientsrome.
Mrs Horace Un winJr
plated gIverningan.J regulating nol.lcst creation-tiftg ye.-.rs. and Tat chooses cider and Jet
and Mrs. Vinson
Charles Moran
Bible i I the use and operations of trailer I t"anntill; the f.nt.-t cider apples takts the beer!
Henderson members of the
LAKE SHORE of the i camps. in th" couTt-r! Prim wl.t-re. I sit, that's the
committee were in charge;
lunchon arrang'nwnts.Irs.. C. I 5. That the proposed and much Cut; 2a.>!i r..u.! "lii'fi a gri.-2p ..r noir In nri>-i di>|)iilf<>. Yini ran

MOTOR CO. Jackson. Mrs. James IVil' T.j I discussed Zoning Ordinance be uw.n there I.ud Hennr pi.intsifnss talk! all you \";II.t. lint wh'.a' it
... ironed out and to -
brought an early
p9NOKrr. F __ and Mrs. Gene Butler assisted Mrs. ,I the n\er; to luRraln; : Brads:: .nlts to la-tis and prcfonnetth :-'
conclusion in order that those
Elliott with, the program. I II. : says, : "There:i an even filer th! .rcs* just" nu auiittnt.Here's .
know
wmtingto build may just
II I *-::::at! Arres and acres of jy iden:
where they stand.'
rain ran make tln7en. of fl. tJ
yOU
f.. That we make some definite /(.t uC
:
'l't'li7ir.; thin;s v.i'h-iirltidint; Ci"Y ..
i effort to g't'ttmgwater to the vet
for with few whulesnme. pa'lin! It'r."
erans' project a
I. I II "world follows the lead-
HUT BARBECUE hI u-'s the ---- -
TUT'S er" and the town might take: on a ( f. ,- . 1.,, ..,

spurt of activity. I
I I ;. That if the Tax Commissionin
Barbecued Ribs to Carry Home
needs
existence for this year \

help that the Council employ
, Barbecue Sandwiches
11 someone like C.ipt. A. F. Ar.d"rI, |

Chicken In A Basket !on to assist them, so that the 1 1
tax roll will I Ijo on a sound basis

and without chance for the usual
Give IJs A Trial! You'll Be Back I argument that some have been a.- ,| 1
i
t-.ssed d.fferently! than others. '

S. With further reference 13

paragraph 1. funds now used for |
".
the building of streets come out of "eeasat 'Q s

I the general fund which is rapidly

being depleted, which does not |

permit of much l>emg done for the i{

city as a whole whereas by con-
Ii Join The ThrongsAttend forming the charter funds will

become available for a larger pro-

gram and leave sufficient for ope-

the rating and maintenance funds.
.
-
I
Jimmy Shirley. who is attending

RacesI college at FSCW in Tallahassee,

I Dog returned Tuesday after spendingthe \\ '

spring holidays with his parents \

I Mr and :Mrs. L. L. Shirley.

the Miss Flora Mary Weeks studentat
I
Duke University Hospital at the man with

Durham N. C. is the guest of her
Palm Beach real truck know-
! par..nts.fr.. and Mrs Inman \\'. +

I Weeks. 11. ? c how.Hc'sthelntcrnational -
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:. Kennel ClubNIGHTLY Al'I'KECIATIOy
truck mechanic't1
We take this -
opportunity of rrprt.s _
: ->ir.g o-ir sincere: appreciation 4 trained in special

I to our friend f,>r the kindness anJ
Chlnls and ells'!
/ *?,
!-yn.p.ithv.t.wn; us in the loss of I2/ ) 1 \ilq
in the hen and! !latest
,
our n <>th"T. Mrs NVttie Ingram

(except} Sunday) Espr 1.1i1an" we grateful to the Sass of serMtmi:; trutks lit: s an expert on the sptii.il:

sendrrs of the lon.Jlowt' .to Int 'rn.iTJ.IO.illru\.k ctjuiprr.cm we use for testing. repairin -
Th- pt..t.r !'.r his \vor\l of com-

FIRST HACK 8:15; 1'. )1. I (.rtr.d: : to the singer of the I I :;;. reiunditeminr -trod pros in,:;. Ht-'s .n extrt on prctnm -

tx iiitifiil p" nes I mainferancc.: So put tour trucks in his han(!s-.mjr

Daily Double :2nd & .>rd Races Mr r ,,-lr.' !:.;Mrs J F In.rran: and mat is or m.acl\-t..r! J the ..imr;.>t r- :'nr !! t I. .'. Irrr.I

V- ot regular! .r"i\t ." ., i t', . ...
:MrSS' H I- :'-:-". : i :: i t" : n : .t : }

Ten Quinieila l Races '.. '.. ;. us NLa} \< ...r tracks \. i)114) >:,
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'v- ;- ; ,' ,- !
Opposite Morrison I Field

GLADES) EQUIPMENT' COMPANY

:\MINORS: ADMITTKI) CHILLS & FEVER


West 1'ahn Beach Admission 2.V"March DUE TO MALARIA Ihone2lsl: ) Pahokee


to Church In )lan hU I :iLl '!ED :

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Page Eight The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida Friday. March 2S. 1947


i.aim Beach County_Delegation in 1947 State Legislature
JAY JAMESON IS ;t

I ROTE SPEAKER j I H f. I

Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Burns and

daughter, Ann Rita, returned tD
When you hear Rev. Jame-
Jay .
_
their home in Pahokee Tuesday 1 w t
scn speak to a group it is easyto
"
after spending several days with
understand why he continues as
relatives in Mershon Ga.
pastor of the Community Methodist -
:Miss Eleanor Chastain studentat Church in Belle Glade year
Shorter College in Rome, Ga.. i3 after year. His honest and sincere(
spending this week with her parents manner of deli'eryin5 and holds
Mr. and Mrs. Stanton Chas- the attention of his listeners while ;
tain in Pahokee. his straight-from-the-shoulder and

George Tucker, student at the down-to-earth manner of present-
University of Georgia, is spendingthe ing an address leaves those who _
Easter vacation with his par- hear him with plenty of food for _
tnts. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Tuckerin thought. _
Canal Point. Jay (and that's what all Rotar-
1
Mrs. J. R. Faulk Mrs. Max ians call him since he is a memberof

Beverly and their mother, Mrs. the Belle Glade club) spoke yesterday -
Grady Boynton, spent Sunday to Pahokee Rotarians on a
visiting relatives in Brewster. subject that is close to his heart =
They were accompanied home by "Boy's Work." It is a broad sub- _
:?Irs. Boynton's sister, Mrs. Pearce ject and thousands of speeches
An
and daughter, who will spend several have been made about it, hut the 1947 session experienced is convened legislative delegation .vii! represent Palm Beach county in Tallahassee when the
.
on Tuesday. April S State Representative Russell 0. Morrow of Lake Worth
days. talk yesterday by Jay Jameson iileftl! served in the 1<*37. 1939 and 1941 sessions after which he became a lieutenant-commander :n the
Mr. and :Mrs. H. J. Anderson wa=: just a little different from the navy durm' the war He was re-elected last November to serve in the 1947 House. State Senator John
have as guests her brotherinlawand ordinary run-of-mill variety. It R. Beacham ot West Palm Reach center Iill be servm r his Sth session in Tallahassee having been
sister Mr. and Mrs. R. M. carried a sincere and thought-pro- elected our suciessive times for terms of four years each. State Representative B. Elliott of Pahokee
Firth of Glen Rock N J. voking theme all the way through served in the 19J5 session and was re-elected! without opposition to the 1917 House. Mr. Morrow has
Leonard B. :Miller left Wednesday which left Rotarians with the idea of been the naireo chairman of the powerful Judiciary "A" committee im: Mr Elliott has been chosen chairman
for his home in Simsbury that they had heard a different, j important committee on Education B" Pla'-os on Senate committees have m t yet tvep assigned
bv the berate president. The above picture of the legation
was taken recently when they appeared| at
visit of several kind of luncheon speaker.Every .
Conn., after a the legislative clinic
conducted the
in court house
v. which time all proposed local bills concerning Palm
weeks with Mr. and Mrs. George father and mother in the Beach county were considered in oven fomrr.
B. Ramey. He was accompaniedhome Everglades should have been pres- !
by his son Byron Miller, of ent yesterday to hear an address 1000 .Attend All Day "treats" he has had in mind for Sunday to visit his brother and
Granby, Conn., who arrived in Miami that carried new thoughts, new the six years he has been pastor sister-in-law: Mr. and Mrs. 1\'. 11.
by plane :Monday night. ideas for doing away with socalled I Baptist Church Sing here To Rep. Cov".;*.t. president of Vann of Canal Point. Vann re-
juvenile delinquency. Jay I the: Palm Beach Sing.g' Convention turned to Homestead Monday but
Jameson should be called upon to Perhaps what was one of the and his fine assistants must Mrs. Vann remained for a longer
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deliver the same address before I greatest days in the history of the much recognition be given for the visit.
every civic club in the Lake Re Glades, was that of last Sunday splendid manner in which he arranged -
gion. I when from the Sunday School hour and conducted the pro

Prince TheatrePahokee -a I II of 9:4. to the night preaching service gram. To the many friends interested -
I at 7:30 some 1000 persons announcement is hereby
from all parts of the state and out made of the coming of the two
Dr. R. Creech Jr.
Florida RECENT of the state attended the all day quartets who so ably demonstrated ,
I sing and dinner on the ground the art of this type of musical
Week Of March 30 program conducted at the First endeavor OptometristPHONE !
OPERATIONS
i Baptist Church of Pahokee. :Mother's Day night and Father's

-.- Replete with quartet singing the Day night, respectfully, will find 371
.... like of which is I I'
not
'- By Paul Rardin I one always the Melody Masters and the Sun-
Sun.-Mon. privileged: to hear, coupled witha ny South quartets presenting coni i i
day of fellowship atmosphere i certs at the First Baptist Church I|| NeElsberry

t IDorryl f Zomrtli ptttrntt Pictures of the Palm Beach bordering on the unusual, the I of Pahokee. Father's Day marks : Building:
JOHN FORDS County Legislative delegation soon many left for their homes thanking -! the sixth anniversary of the min- I

DARLING to go to Tallahassee are appear- God for "His goodness to man istry of Rev. Moberg here. An all ;
]
Q ing in South Florida newspapersthis kind." day program will be conducted >' Belle Glade, Florida
'. a1c CliMtNTINE week through the courtesy of In the not too far distant fU-1 I I with the ann-ial Father's Day pro- I'I'I I

;( J! '! 20.. IIY The Everglades News. We had ture, the First Baptist Church gram in the morning followed byi I' Mail in repairsor
O': auditorium will be constructed ,
our photographer take the pic- dinner on the ground with the aft-
tures, we had the cuts made, mats Plans call for one large enough to ernoon devoted to singing

.. rolled, and then to finish a good accomodate the even larger congregations ing with the concert as conclud-I
job, we distributed the mats to that will be drawn to More details later. replacementsL ]
Double Feature each of the newspapers in which Pahokee to attend the many unusual .- -
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they are appearing this week. programs the pastor has in Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Vann of I
Tues.Wed.. Senator John R. Beacham State store for this area, spiritual I I I Homestead arrived in Pahokee L 1
Representatives B. Elliott and
,y r ..A. Russell O. Morrow make up an - -
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Paramount pe1tR able legislative team and we are 1, I -- -----j t

DOROTHY happy to have a part in telling the I ,
LAMOUR
r citizens of their qualifications as

RAY MILLAND well as providing a likeness of 9 Houses For SaleLocated
them for the public--to gaze upon. I

I have another picture coming I
up next week. It will show you |
Back Of The State Market
the members of one of nor fI:1.'s'
outstanding hoards of county commissioners ;j
1 the Palm Beach County '' -
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Board. I plan to give a short ,

history of the accomplishments of These houses:: were built but never used by employees of the
the various member in order that i I
you may know them: better in the j 'oOp.Ye will sell the group or one at a time to be moved.However .

future than you do today. I thinkyoull '! the buyer of all nine will get the toilet facilities
agree that it is an able'
Thurs.Fri.. group of county official Should the buyer; desire to purchase the land also we c'an

work out a deal for this sale.
.\n all-out effort is being made J
1 to get Washington officials to

visit the Glades this week end and i i One House 1,250.00
view 0..1 l damage. Telegrams
i have been flitting hack and forth !
o w between Palm Beach county and ,
r Washington rather freely in an .>f-
. '" 1/lilt.
.. 1/.,111 tNi ..1111 flit fort t" prffi arrar.perwnt fort
1 ate M!:+1 ItEufS I I..etlut i u 17111
.., .... hI' And Toilet
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" ""I! ... .1< r_'" "...... .. ........ '... $11,000 For All 9 Facilities

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Dave tiid.ntan'Machinery -

Double FeatureSaturday : SMp' *. and

; Repair I'hnnr L/1I1W Bern i ice $12,000 Includes Land They Are On


( I .'\\I"Tn". II 1Rln
"Rancho Grandee"t
.\ COMI'LKTKand MODKIIN(

M.\t'III11101': : : (
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: SKI: :: ou ("AU..IKSS 1<: 1..1..101'1'T

AISO \VeWintr Lathe Work


"One Exciting Hor'p.jr Crindinc Milling' Everglades Growers CoOpPhone


Week" ,I KKI'AUt: :SKRVICK: ONMapnetos.

starter;, lienerat-
AL 1'KAKCK 4741 I Pahokei.
ors Hydraulic::. Carburetorsand

Electric! Motor ,

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