The Everglades news

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The Everglades news
Alternate title:
Belle Glade news
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Place of Publication:
Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Everglades News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
February 14, 1947
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Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
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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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i I Old City Hall Will Vote RegisteringTo Celebration To Mark I[County Will Build

Be Moved Away Opening Of CutOffPlans

Be Automatic New Surfaced RoadIn
OPERATIONS I Members of the Pahokee City have been formulated by I

Council voted Tuesday night to the Fort Pierce Chamber of Commerce -
ask for bid:: on demolition and removal After First TimeA PahokeeSection
:: for a celebration to mark
I By Paul Rardin of
the old hall from its
city I
,I the opening of the Florida East _
location in front of the new city I
Coast Railway's new Lake Okee-
hall. Bids will be received within bill to establish a system of I Citizens of Pahokee will not
chobee-Fort Pierce cutoff line
I'm going to Tallahassee this ten days and the successful bid- perpetual voter registration simi-
have to worry about garbage removal -
nearing completion. The celebra-
week end to confer with membersof lar to used in Dade and Duval
der will be one
: given a specified !| tion will be held about March 1. I in the future during rainy
the State Road Department on length of time in which to remove I' Counties, was endorsed in principleby i
several matters. I'm interested in I The railroad will run a special seasons if present plans of County -
the building. Several attempts the County Commission at a
train from the lake
letting cf the contact for rebuild- : have been made in the five-hour meeting Monday. end. taking I Commissioner Paul Rardin and
I residents of this to Ft. Pierce
ing the road from Belle Glade to past to have the building removed area the Pahokee City Council mater
Proposed by Supervisor of Regis- 1 for the occasion.Harness .
Six Mile Bridge. I'm also inte- I ialize. A new county road will be
from its present location, but. to tration DeWitt Upthegrove the --- __ .
rested in the contract on the com- date none of these attempts has details will be worked out by I i built to the garbage disposal plot

plete retread job between Pahokee been successful. and coming of the rainy season
County Attorney Harry A. Johns- In
and Belle Glade on the present . ton and n. Harris Drew representing ( Racing will not halt collection and disposal -

road. SRD officials have promised of garbage as it has sometimes

this retread job for 1947 and i Blue Devils Still L'Dthegrove.Members of the. commission County Up To The during the past.

I'm anxious to see just when tne opposed At a meeting of the council

work is going to be started. An- portions of the bill as pre- Tuesday night Commissioner Rar-
look For Victory sented :Monday mainly sections Voters
other item of interest is the build I On Feb. 25 din made the council a cooperative -
which would require approval of
ing of road side parks in the Ever- proposition for building the
the in of elec-
supervisor changing
glades. Twenty-two of these t j It begins to look as if the Paho : I new road and agreement was
tion precinct boundaries and which Palm Beach county citizens will
parks have been built in west Florida kee Blue Devil basketball quintetis reached whereby work will be
would give the supervisor powerto go to the polls on Feb. 25 to participate -
and have started on the road in the near
proved a geat suc going to wind up the season "
name branch offices for regis- j in an election which is to
cess. I'd like to have a couple of Mar. 4 with a perfect record, in a future. The city will co-operate in
tering voters and to hire clerks to i detf'nninewht'ther harness
them in the Everglades. One near negative sort of of straight the amount of $250O. an individual -
way I man the branch offices. is to be sanctioned in this
the St. Lucie canal would be a defeats. In the local Tuesday I county. will donate $1.000 and Rardin
i "We want to modernize the Only few
registration a days remain during said stands to
good idea. Another one on took another trouncing I I the county ready
night they -
procedure but we don'twant which- unregistered citizens may furnish its share of $5.000 thus
Kraemer Island on Road 172 wouldbe from 44 to 24, and on
Boynton I
to delegate of the j qualify for participation in the I
any powers
for mile road
total the
okeh. I'll let you know on mv Thursday night of this week theywerf' making a
which were given this board as a ; election. Supervisor of Registration -
of road foces will
I $8,500.
return what folks in the SRD scheduled to meet the strong County
constitutional body Commission-i DeWitt Upthegrove has set
build the road.
think about my proposed locations.Council's West for return
Key capers a er C. Y. Byrd declared. I I Feb. 17 as the final date when Base material for the road
... game in the local gym. Tonight I be
The card-file system would those who have not already doneso will be hauled from the county
the Blue Devils to Belle Glade I
go I made available to' municipalities I may qualify. This can be accomplished rock pit back of the state market.
ActionIs and Mar. 4 to Clewiston for '
on These contests will at their option and at no expense !I' at his office in the The road will be topped off with

Commended By end return the games. except for tourna-I: under the directions given the at-!, court house at West Palm Beach. Ocala limestone and oiled. A slag
torneys by the board.Commissioner j Introduction of a sport comparatively surface will be put on after traf-
Athletic Feb. 20 and Mar. 6. ,
OfficialAction ment play on
I A. A. Poston. who new in this area is not the fic has helped to anneal the prime
Yes it has been tough going. I
sir made the motion ordering prepa- only issue involved in the election. coat of oil Radin said.
of the Pahokee High boys better luck next season. i ration of the bill declared that it Coupled with gaited racing is also

School Athletic Council in disbanding But speaking of the Pahokee should be drawn up both as a gE'n-1 the fact that establishment of a - -

and turning over its cash High School girls' basketball team I'eral and as a "population" bill training plant will bring a new industry -
and business to the Pahokee school we lift our hats in admiration. I i explaining that it might be approved J to this county. Housing DiscussedBy

was commended this week in a letter Maintaining their regular form : by the legislature in the Property on which the Palm Local VeteransVeteran

from Lafayette Golden secretary and. brother it's classy, the Paho-I| latter form if opposed as a general -I Beach Trotting establishment will

of the Florida High School kee Blue Devilettes continued their)I law. | be built has been acquired and the

Athletic Association. The letter winning streak Tuesday night by; to expend of the Pahokee-Canll
Hugh Carlton. supervisor of registration sponsors are prepared !
to'' Point interested; in building
15 area
was received by Principal D. D. defeating the Boynton girls from Polk County, said immediately after the is ue has I

Caudill of Pahokee schools and 9. Sparked by the accurate basket that he would report to that coun- been approved at the polls homes in the immediate future
wa warm in its praise for actionof tossing of Doris Harper. Miss' tv's commission and find out if > er $6.O to prepare the anoth-I held an open the city
I II hall night to discuss the
the council in dissolving itself Mitchell's girl cagers have j' that group wished to have its'! not only for racing but al Monday

before such action was demandedby really chalked up a fine rf'cord' county included in the population the comfort of patrons, owners local housing situation.

the state association. I this season.Scouts' bill. I! drivers grooms and the all important Kenneth Mock acting: chairman,
--. .. ed that the streets in Vet-
Golden pointed out that the : Under the proposed hill voters standard-bred horse t

move by the l local council was in Ask Lions would automatically be registeredfor Land on which the establishment S he new Pahokee subdivision'

keeping with rules and regulationsset the next election each time can hp created lies north of developed by veterans, have

up by the State Athletic Association. For Sponsorship theyote.. In case:: they: did not Belvedere Road and moth of been rocked and graded and all

He said that it was hisbopt" vote a postal card would be sent Okeechobee road with access from lots surveyed. He aUo said the
In effort the Bo'cout
an to stimulate \ i promis.od
f',1has to have water
that enthusiasm would benont' to parking -
to them once every four years. inquiring both of those highways
the Pahokeearea
movement in
the less in the future on the if the person registered: areas near the track. To the mains installed and city water ...
Melvin and Jac.'iPhillips. :
Spooner ".
of those who formed the Seaboard Air Line Railway available in \..1111.hy the time
part I local scout leaders appeared desired to remain so. east is the
Council. before the Pahokee Lions Unless some legislation is paned which will enable owners: to the first house is completed.Luther
Jones' of Belle Glade,
- stock with a minimum | !
luncheon Palm Beach County votes will ur.lo.Ti their
Club at the
Tuesday have to register agian: this fall. of difficulty. The arf"i i is speaking: in behalf of the GladeiVeterans
Gil Offers FlyingAid I meeting and asked the Lions to assist
Service ,
i in the scout work and cooperate under the general law. requiring ''high and will require a minimum I Committee gave
Free Of Chart before the plant the latest information lID the activities -
in the forming of a five-man counties! over SO.OOO+ in populationto at preparation 1
I of the! Federal
''I Housing
scout commission to promote and register twice a year. rap be started.'

Gil's Flying Service in Pahokeehas l supervise scouting activities in the If the proposed bill is passedby B'lilhnspJan.* will include two :: Administration and GI loan

volunteered a service that area. The club deferred action until the legislature it will requirea half-mile oval one of which will [i Cost estimates on the building of

should be appreciated by membersof 'I a thorough study could b made new registration at the besrinr.insj. be a training: trark and the other I! veterans home were discussed byS.

the city council in Pahokee and of the request. but after that reregisteringwill for regular events In the infiel1cf I Taft. Avon Park contractor

all residents of the area. Should it I I - ----- be taken care of by voting and the main track a polo flf"ld111 i Talks on the veterans housing! situation -

become necessary to dust the area I the postal card systemUpthegrove be CreatedAlso were also given by I... I*

with DDT in another campaign toward II j Surplus PropertySale had: presented a bill to be constricted will be Shirley. C I*. Shirley. non HiUiwr

off polio Gil will do the dusting Held TodayA containing the "streamlined" system craned stand and club house! withasst' and J P. Acner

free of charge. In a statement to the County Commission for .',.!,()/) pe"sor at an estimated |! Claude S. Jones local veterans

to The F."t'rJ'ltdt'5Of'WS la>t week government surplus property<< several months ago when it was ("oct of $!<*> rer seat There j service officer announced that

he pointed out that he would be ( sale! of motor vehicles" will he held referred to the county attorney. will be 2O modern barnfor about I blueprints of home local veterans

more than glad to do this particular | today in several Army and Navy Since" then. Johnston aid.. several FOO horse and lf/') houses to | plan to built a* sewn a. possible

1 corr.fortaMv trainers.: drir \-- are available for inspection at tft>
pif'f charge. fields in Southeastern Florida ac- changes had been made. quarter j

i j fording to word received by --- -.- . tI and otr errpov" *!' .r.umber- I Veteran Service office In the Pahnkee -

O. O. Gilbert who has! been associated I Claude S Jones local veterans Members of the Pahokee WSCSwll inr abo'it 2"O altogether : city hall to any contra'-tM

with Christian: Chevrolet I ovine officer. bold valentine" ipper party Sr' r...,- of the 'mdf>raVine already -I who .. tr.terested in ubrnifiri*

Company for the past seven years : These will be spot bid sales tornoriTv followed by a candlelight rlf'd;:.. have rre-!'.ted and had ap- i bid for their construction'

will leave thL weekend to accepta i: groups and commercial service in the First Methodist! rroved by the Florida 'lp'rrf' !; Ita< also announced that an

position in Carrollton. Ga Mrs buyers and are being held at Morrison Church ths Fnday evening at 7 i emirv a petition signed bv .r:3 of '! FHA representative will b* t- Pa-

Gilbert and children plan to join Field. West Palm Beach: o'clock the ootsta! ::.dng owners! cf stared- hokee within the r.ext few day

him there later. Naval Air Station. Fort Lauderdale .... 'i ard-r"- horses irs tie UnitedFtate and upon his arrival another of*n

- : Naval Air Depot Miami: Dick Bordeaux" is recuperating Manv ether! owners have meeting: of veterans will be called

Louis Pop is receiving treatment Naval Air Stations Dinner Key. from an operation performed recently I' made inquiry about stall !space.emphasizing. to gain! first hand Information of

for an injured arm at a Miami A pa Locka and Key West: and the at the veterans' hospital in I : "when can w! the latest! development In the

hospital this week. Arm Air Field at Boca Raton Miami Beach ("orr.e4" in this communication i FHA pro 'D.Esfa6shed .

Page Two The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Friday. February 14. 1947
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the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region I !Figures MANY ITEMS: FOR THE FARM

Established 1924! Published Every Friday
Subscription Price S2.00 Year In Ad-ance. Fuller WarrenAmerica's Recent shipments permit us to state

i that we can now supply you with
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn system of free enter

Canal Point. Florida as Second Class Matter prise is the best economic systemever PLAIN and BARBED
devised to give everybody a
Paul Rardin Editor and Publisher chance at the good things of life.
But it must be kept free if it L; WIRE FENCEfor
to continue to serve its great dem-
African Race ProblemIn ocratic purpose of enabling everybody that farm land fencing you have ,
Captown, South Africa, the colored advisory council, an who is willing to work to get
official body, demands full political rights for nearly 1,000- ahead in the world. There are been contemplating. a limited I
000 colored South Africans and express opposition to any alarming evidences that our amount of chicken fence wire ;
improvement in the status of Indians unless colored persons I system of free enterprise is being I
receive similar rights. gradually strangled by monopoly. II I
It is interesting to note that in South Africa there is a The following editorial from the Farm ImplementsNOW ;
Miami News. January 2,
racial distinction between the 1,000,000 colored South Africans Daily
1947, shows to what a dangerous
who are half-caste and the 7,000,000 negroes. few AVAILABLEPost 1
degree a giant corporationshave
"colored" located in Cape Province where
Most of the are
: run small business out of
they enjoy certain franchise rights but the advisory council business. Hole Diggers Handy Andies

which is composed of men of education mostly school- A subcommittee on monopoly Forks Axes Jacks Hoes :
teachers with university degrees, protests the "tendency to practices reports to the house I
associate Indians with Europeans in public buildings and to small business committee that the Shovels Spades '

herd coloreds" with negroes.-Key West Citizen. result of our wartime procurement I Step and Extension Ladders
program has been to increase the
concentration of American industry Field Water Shears
Jugs Trimming
Little Jack HoodA : I
Riding to a degree we have never n I I Ii
vivacious brunette of about 40 was standing on the our history known even in the i ; Several Types of Lawn MowersWhen '
boardwalk when she heard an admiring whistle from avery days of "T.R." and "trust busting i.
young sailor. He ambled up purposefully with his cap ." : desiring to make purchases in glass, por- ,
pushed jauntily over one eye. Up to last June, 70 per cent of celain or aluminum cooking ware, come into our I
"Son," she reproved him gently amused and flattered the giant plants built by the gov- : household apparatus department and you will find .
"don't you flirt with me! I'm a grandmother." ernment for war purposes had : a fine and wide election of utensils. We have :
been sold to the large corpora- '
"But grandmother" replied the undismayed sailor "what quite a supply of desirable electric gadgets, irons '
big eyes you have!"Miami Beach Sun. tions went;to 72.8 the per same cent of companies.tho-e leased If : :I cookers broilers, toasters, lamps, music boxes and !
radio !
these corporations take up their ,
options the value of their plants
and equipment will amount to
38500000000. BETZXEITS
With the air full of talk about I
free enterprise it is ironic to learn I
there are only five companIes THE HARDWARE STORE !
manufacturing>1 railcar and! :MAIN STREET BELLE GLADE, FLA. ;
locomotive' wheels, lead oxide: and i
beer cans only six producing I "March to Church In March" '
sirups Three automobile manu- I '. 'I
facturing corporations produceover !, - I
90 per cent of the automo-I
biles; four rubber
duce 93 per cent of our tire.:. Even !
in the grocery business; where :
competition appears keenest. i PIANOS ..JE'VELIllIUSIC
chain store corporations control :
25 cent of all food i
These per facts, which only products.confirm i I J. W. R A S H L E Y

the wort fears expressed by JEWELER Belle Glade. 1'hi.
:Maurv: :Maverick: and other dt'fendI I
ers of small business during the
war make a good part of the GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY I
peoples attitude toward American -
politics" unrealistic. In an era
when big business< -and big labor t --
-are patent realities there can
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be not less government but more. I 1
Cause and effect here entwined
are : I Ii
amount of money paid out to furnish you ; a government confronted by'' II I

with telephone service is increasing faster than such monoliths grows bigger and I
bigger in attempts to regulate it,I i Benzene Hexachloride i
the amount taken in. That's because telephone lest the American system of free .
materials wages services and new bull ling competition perish. ,I Il
The politicians might have it l j
costs have all gone up tremendously, while tele- otherwise; the people certainly : ORGamtox ,

phone rates have remained as low or lower than would; but their choice is not free,
any more than business whose : j ;
they were ago. Telephone earnings I
many years leaders speak .so gibly of free en- I
today are not only Uw lowest in history but are terprise is. in the midst of monopoly : !
free Business\ driftinginto
dangerously low Be a record volume of monopoly by the concentration I : I

ReasoiuflFearnings needed to of orders, makes
business. are government
Is effective in the following
inevitable the big government it controlling -
safeguard the full usefulness of the telephonefor abhors. I '

you and your community. ... ; pests :

ing our sincere thanks to the
INCOirOIATID many fine folks for their expressions : BUGS :
of symapthy in our recent II
bereavement We shall always remember THRIP
these: words of kindness i
and hold ever dear the fact that
our friends were so thoughtful. APHIDS
Mrs H G. McGouirk Jchn II.
Adam., J. D. Adams. \\'. J Adams. CUTWORMS '
D. A. Dams. C. C. Adams. C. B
8 Adams. II J. Adam- L. H Adams I CELERY WORMS :
and Mr William Adam! I

ORLANDO The Florida Publicity -
and Public Relation *o-
ciation will hold a general membership !
meeting here February 22
and 23. Frank Fll'nch.If'Cretar....

. tO hal A announced business ..session will oo-upv, KILGORE SEED CO.

the moraine ">p*'nin? day followed -
by a wit to irlaido; : Springs
The second day the group wills BRED-RITE SEEDS
vr-t the Animated Magazine atRollins

I CollesreCrarle. Pahokee. Fla. Phone :3201

I D.ckson -
i recuperating
t "March: to Church March":
f!v m IT appendectomy: :: pert -
I rred at the Everglades Memor-
lal Hospital on Saturday ,
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February 14 1917 The Everglades Newer Canal Point. Florida Pa1'P ThPPa
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BleechMcLarty I Attendance Good and E. J. Carlton to serve as named Mrs. R. J. Schroder Mrs.I Mrs. D. E. Phillips Is I
'{ greeters this Sunday. The lesson. Frank Friend and Mrs. C. T.
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. McLarty ,f 2ft Bible Class "Jesus Christ the Light of the Howes on the committee in chageof Honored On BirthdayMrs.
Pahokee announce the engagementof Despite WeatherLast World," will be taught by the the club project of making an
their daughter Betty Jean to: teacher of the class Rev. C. A. annual award to the outstanding : C. T. Howes held open
David Merle Bleech of Pahoke Sunday's I Moberg. It is interesting to note student in home economics at Pa house at her home in Pahokee
weather while
The wedding date has been set for I not conducive to good attendance i that Jesus Christ bears some 400. hokee High School. This committee Sunday afternoon honoring her
April 12 and will be solemnized at thanks to the interest of the titles in the Bible. This point will will select an appropriate lov- mother :Mrs. D. E. Phillips on
the Pahokee Episcopal Church.I said weather was no barrier to the be emphasized. The Class: Quartet ing cup and the award will be her 77th birthday anniversary.
Miss McLarty is a graduate of fifty four who willed to be pres- will sing. The membership vice ': made for the first time at the ,. Among the guests were Mr. and
Pahokee high school class of 1945 I ent. Upon propounding the question president T. Knight will direct the| commencement exercises in the Mrs. Jess Walton Mr. and Mrs. R
of the L. Jaudon spring. j I J. Simonson :Mrs. C. A.
and has been a student at FSCWat "What brings out in scoring groups. Shive
you will Named on a special executive! Mrs. W. H. Lair Mrs. T. H.
Tallahassee. :Mr. Bleech graduated -i weather like this?" the answer preside. Abbey
from Pahokee high school in "Because I wanted to come" by"Windy" : A most cordial invitation is extended I committee authorized to transact I! and Mrs. L. I. Maloy....
1942 and served 4 years in the Naval -I Willis bespoke for the to all unaffiliated men of club business were Mrs. A. E. i -
Air Corps. He was released clan the reason for the success this area. All visitors will receive I Ii Morgan. Mrs. Leon Spooner. Mrs. \ Spooner To Receive
from active duty with the rank thus far enjoyed. I the best welcome possible. The I II II Lewis Friend. Mrs. Louis Davis I
of Lieutenant (jg) and is now associated The contest which began last I class meets Sundays at 9:45 in I II and Mrs. R. J. Schroder. i, Merit Certificate
with O. R. Bleech Insurance | Fellowship Hall on Bacom Point j ji -
month and will continue throug.iMarch J. E. Spooner. Pahokee
Agency in Pahokee. i Road. CARD OF TIIAXKS j high
until and including Easter ( school
. senior will receive the Mi-
Sunday still finds Paul Watson I I I wish to thank my many 'ami Herald Certificate of Merit to-
and his group in the lead with 56!I Mrs. I. E. Hamilton i friends who were so kind and day at the regular assembly period -
points. Following in order are thoughtful during the death of my . according to Principal D. D.
--- --- - Leo Wroten with 48. Max Beverly I New Club MemberMrs. brother. I.shall always remember : Caudill who will make the presen-
and Al Belcher with 44 each. How- these expressions of sympathy. { tat ion. J. E. won a place on the
ard Holman and Horace Unwin I. E. Hamilton was receivedas I L. V. McClelland. Little All State foot ball team
37 Jack with 35 a new member of the Pahokee -- -
Prince Theatre with each Spell picked by sports writers and
and J. W. "The Tale "Upthegrovewith Woman's Club at a business meeting -I' Alvin Armstrong of Miami vis-I coaches of Florida and the certificate -
27 points.Fellowship in the clubhouse Tuesdaynight. ited his parents. Dr. and Mrs. L. | comes as an added honor
Pahoke Florida ,I Vice President C. L. I W. Armstrong in Pahokee Sun- from the Herald sponsor of the
I Shirley appointed C. Wilkinson Mrs. Leon Spooner president.I day.: Little State elections.
Week Of Feb. 16th

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Four The Everglades News. Canal Point Florida Friday February 14. 1947

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i Kathleen at the Everglades Me- on Sunday as it did on Feb. 2 It is MLs Gretna McClain of Key!' IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE

i mroial Hospital on Feb. 9. "forced down" out of the race for West accompanied by Mr. and FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
- that week . . no gain being Mrs. H. Nieman and son. Henry FOR PALM BEACH COUNTYIN

possible. If as many members are Wisconsin, has returned home CHANCERYCase

Interesting ContestBy present as Feb. 2. the plane ad- after a visit with Rev and Mrs. C. ;> PAUL No.GRAHAM.228S3GERMAIN :

Methodist ClassesThe vanced 1,000 miles. New members T. Howes in Pahokee. -V- Plaintiff. ::

Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Allen of on enrollment bring 500 JULIETTE GRAHAM 1

Belle Glade announce the birth of Sunday School Class Con- miles each. old members presentover NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF | NOTICE Defendant.TO APPEARTo :
2 mark bring 100 LANDOWNERS OF PUIOKEE
a daughter, Charlotte Gwenn ,at test is going full speed ahead at the Feb. DRAINAGE DISTRICT 1 the Defendant. Juliette Graham:
bonus miles are ito | You are hereby required to In
miles each .and appear
Notice tj hereby given that,
the Everglades Memorial Hospitalon the Canal Point Methodist Chuch. pursuant the aOOt'nUt1Pd suit for: cT.voroe on
: call of the Board of
for work doublingthe Supervisors of ,
Feb. 9. I On the big world map seven given memory 'ahokee Drainage District for the year or before February 24th 1947: else a
Feb. 2 mark and knowing 19-17 be held at the office of said Decree Pro Confess will be entered
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Hardin of:, planes representing the seven iln i against! you.Witness .
about the country over which the rl the Poet Office Building at I i
Belle Glade announce the birth of I classes active in the contest are Canal Point. Palm Beach County. '' my hand and the seal of
Jr. at the Everglades i The I plane is flying. Last Sunday the Florida. on Friday. February 28. 1947,1: said court at West Palm Beach. Florida
a son, Roy Roger. moving along at high speed. January 18. 1947.
Class taught by at 2:30: o'clock In the afternoon for the i
Memorial Hospital on Feb. !i race started on Feb. 2. the class I Young People's purposes of: J ALEX ARNETTE. Clerk ,
usedas Bill Johnson, forged into the lead 1. Electing a Supervisor; Circuit Court f
8. attendance of that day being
(Circuit Court Seal
Scotland. Sec- 2. Receiving annual reports and tak-
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Lester! a basis for comparison for all its plane being over ing such action with respect Bv Thaddie P. Plant. .
ond place goes to the Men's Class thereto as the landowners Deputy Clerk.R. .
of Glade If class does may
Clark. Jr.. Belle announce following Sundays. a C.
off of the coast to determine: and Prescott. Solicitor for
the birth of a daughter Nancy r not have as many members there some distance 3. Transacting such other business as Plaintiff
Morocco. Flying almost with the may come before the meeting. I Pub: Jan. 24 & 31 & Feb. 7 & 14. 1947


ahead. The : R. Y. Patterson. President
the Men's calss to the Publish: Feb. 7. 14. 1947. TAX DEED
II challenged (House Bill No. ltI6:!)
race incidentally) was forced NOTICE is hereby given that Vernon -
Before the holder of the fol-
Be sure down last week thus droppingfrom FOR PALM BEACH COUNTY lowing certificates has filed said certificates -

8RU8AKERS a tie in first place to the last FLORIDA for a tax deed to be Issued
To See You Buy CHANCERY NO. 22.944 thereon. The certificate numbers and
place. Let's see what Sunday SARA O. MYERS. : years of Issuance, the description of

WEST PALM BEACH I brings! Plaintiff. : the property and the names In which
-\5- : it was assessed are as follows: Certificate -
The Morning Worship service at TRALTON MYERS. : No. 1521 Year of Issuance June
Defendant. : 1, A. D. 1944. Description of Property:
11 A. M. will have a" its theme NOTICE TO APPEARTO
I "Unfailing Security" (see Psalm TRALTON MYERS. RESIDENCE: Worth as in P. B. 2. Pg's 29 to 40
WIT A NEW PIANO 7 SCR ANTON. SOUTH CAROLINA: tnce; Name In which assessed Erik
111:7). The Evening Service at You are hereby required to appearIn Mac Kesson

"Wurlitzer" "Gulbransen" & P. M. will feature a sermon on the above Court on the 10th day of Certificate No. 1552. Year of Issuance
I March. A. D. 1947. at the Court Housein
I June 1. A. D. 1944. Description of Property -
"Winter" Pianos "Why Should I Go to Church West" Palm Beach. Palm Beach :

I Prayer Meeting is held each County. Florida to answer to the Bill Lot 23 Block 111. Town of Lake
of Complaint for Divorce filed against Worth as in P. B 2. Pg's 29 to 40
Available for prompt delivery Thursday night from 8:30 to 9:30 von in the above entitled cause. and inc: Name in which assessed Wm.

ALSO I right after Choir Practice (7:30- EVERGLADES NEWS. a newspaper reg- Henry & Mary Randolph Oliver.
ularlv published in Palm Beach County. All of said property being in thee
MirrApianos Rebuilt Uprights and 8:30): Together we are studyingthe Florida. is hereby designated" as th County of Palm Beach." State of Flor-
II Bible starting with Genesis. newspaper in which this order shall ida.
be published once each week for four Unless! such certificates shall be
Fine Grands I III and bringing all of our questionsto consecutive' weekly issues. redeemed according to law the proper-

I Prayer Meeting with us. DONE AND ORDERED at West Palm I ty described in such certificate" or
Beach. Palm Beach County. Florida Certificates will be sold to the highest -
II New four-octave ESTEY OrgansSmall I The Pastor's Cla.s for church this 3rd dar of Fpt-. I"rv. A. J). 1947. bidder at the Court House door on

enough for any apartment or trailer I Ij membership meet %very Saturday J. ALEX ARNETTE. the first Monday in the month of
Clerk of the Circuit Court MARCH A. D. 1947. which Is the 3rd
j (Immediate Delivery) lI {l- morning from 11 to 12 noon at Palm Beach County. Flor dar of March. 1947.

the Junior Fellowshipmeets ida. Dated this 28th day of January 1
I parsonage. (Circuit Court Rt'IIHBv 1947.
i il afternoon at 3 . .
Just What You've Been Waiting For Friday Thadrti P. Plant. J ALEX ARNETTE. Clerkof
this being a Valentine Deputy Clerk. the Circuit Court of
Now They're Waiting for you I i! Friday Thadd WhlddpnAttornev Palm Beach County. Flor-
III Party held from 7 to 8:30: on the for Pontiff ida.'Crr .
II RADIOS of the Fine Records I
Many should PahokP Florida I 'itt Court Seal
I Record PLAYERSCOMBINATION'S and Albums you've wanted II dvke. All boys girls I Pub: Feb. 7. 14. 21 it 23. 1947 Pub Feb 7. 14. 21. 28 fc Mar 8. 19nSOTIC'F.

so long are now in our bring' their own supper . there

I HOME RECORDERS stock. I,I will be a fire to roast meat. I

I The Pator'Studv': Course will i PALM BEACH COUNTY.: FLORIDA. FEBRUARY 7th. 1947.

II meet at the par?onaee on Mon- j NOTICE IS HEREBY: GIVEN that pursuant to Section 9 of Chapter 18296.
With Pleasure and pride we announce our appointmentas Laws of Florida. Acts of 1937. known *' the MURPHY ACT and In pursuanceof
exclusive representative for day.I Feb. 17 and Monday, Feb. 21 i Chapter 20658! Laws of Florida. Acts of 1941. known as the EVERGLADES

I from 1:30 to 9:30.: Sponsored by i j DRAINAGE DISTRICT ACT. the following described land. situated In Everglades -
SCOTTTHE \ Drainage District. In Palm Beach" County. Florida. will be offered for
the Woman's Society. the mE'tings ;, sale at public outcry for the highest and best rash bid. subject to the rights of
WORLD'S FINEST RADIO-PHONOGRAPH II III are open to all. The book I Ito the trustees of the Internal Improvement" Fund and of the Board of Commissioners -
of Everglades nralnaee District to reject anv and all bids at the Court-
(In stock for immediate delivery) he studied will be Ralph Sock. house. beginning at 10 00 O'clock A M on the 14th day of March. 1947 AS to
man's "The Fine Art of Using." I all lands outside the corporate limits of any municipality as of this date title
.. . to one half of all petroleum and three fourths of other mineral will be reserved -
I! by Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund. if lands are within said
8 BRUBAKER MUSIC CO1 Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Starling: had I corporate limits as of this date the reservation applies but privilege to explore

I K.O. guests the past week Mr. and mine the and surface develop owner.Ftvsement will. be conducted on and under land only with the consentof

Mrs. D. E. Killoren of Clewisrton. for road right of way 200 fl'et1dt' will be reserved by said Trustees -
20G Datura St. West Palm Beach I from any parcel through which there Is an existing State road: and easement -
for drainage and reclamation and for road purposes will be reserved by
I *"The Palm Beaches' :Most Complete :Music Store"ENCO I II IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND the Board of Commissioners of Everglades" Drainage District. Fifty percent
I FOR PALM BEACH COUNTY. ((50'- ) of all oil gas and mineral rights will be reserved by the Board of Commissioners .
FLORIDA of Everelaffes' Drainage District. .
A. SMITH. : Gov Lot.'II 5.6&7 _n__________ 30 41 39 190
Plaintiff : Lot 25. Woodland Heightsas
-vs- : in PB 11 P 35 _. 4 44 -1
SMITH. : Lot 29. Woodland Heightsas
Defendant : in PR 11 P 35 ..._.._ 4 44 43
NOTICE TO APPEARTO Lot 31. Woodland Heights
CALLIE MAE SMITH. RESIDENCE as in PB 11 P 35 _.- 4 44 43
\t.\Ot. Fruit Lands Company
DELEWARE: Subdivision 23 47 49 :MTRUSTEF.S
required to appearIn --
You are hereby
the above Court on the 3rd day OF THE
of March. A. D. 1947 the same being
Rule Day of said month. at the CourtHouse EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DISTRICTJ.

in West Palm Beach. Palm ALEX ARNETTE. Agent for Trustee of the Internal Improvement Fund and
1' 't Beach County. Florida to Answer to for Board of Commissioners of Everglades Drainage District. Palm Beach
1) the Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed Florida
"t1\ against you tn the above entitled
/ 004ci''M cause newspaper and regularly EVERGLADES published NEWS.In Palm a Pub: February 7th. 14th It 21st. 1947

Beach County. Florida. is hereby
as the In which this NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN. that pursuant to Section IS (1) Chapter JO858.
Order shall be newspaper published once each Laws of Florida. Act of 1941. and Section 07. Chapter 14717. Law of Florida.
week for four consecutive weekly Acts of 1931. as amended by Section 11. Chapter 20658. Lw of Florida Acts of
Issues 1941. the following' described land in Palm Beach County. Florida to wit:

DESCRIPTION Sec. Tvp. Rp 1tIr.
Beach. Palm Beach County.
this 27th day of January A. D. 1947.J. Lot 15. Block A. Town ofSouth

DDT Ales Arnette. Clerk of the P46 Bay---__-aa-__-tn-__PB---2?._________ 14 44 34 .IT
Circuit Court Palm
Tract 2f. Block 11. Palm
product are superior because theyare County. Florida Beach Farms Company
Circuit Court Seal
eientiiicalljr compounded to doa By Thmddle P. Plant. Deputy Plat No. 3Trm.ct -__ It

special job and do it well. Clerk. Beach 23. Farms Block 11.Company Palm

Thadd Whidden Plat No. 3 .--___-- -----______ II
Attorney for Plaintiff
Tract 24. Block 11. Palm
Pahokee. Florida
Beach Farms company
Pub: Jan. 31. Feb. 7, 14. 21. 1947. Plat NO.3 _hn__________________ It
PENCO WB-50-Designed for use at water
Tract :25 Block II.
_ .. _
spray, contains 50% DDT. Beach Farms Company
Plat No. 3 ____n____________________ It
Beach Farms Company
\ water emulsion sprays where minimum Plat No. 3 un________________ la!
visible residue Is desired. DUE TO MALARIARELIEVEDrrr Tract 27. Block 11. Palm
Beach Farms Company

PENCO CATTLE SPRAY-ideal for use as Plat No. 3 -_p u- _____n__._____ I'
S 472 5' of cloy Lot :2 Lying
livestock and barn spray or livestock dips. W of E boundary of L.
BY- > nfjnOr. W. D. D I 44 43 e
PENCO DB-50-Specially compounded for I Lot 17. Okeechobee Fruit
.-** Lw an*at*-+d Subdlv ... 4 41 :M S
dust applications, contains 50% DDT Technical. Land Company - --
-- --- - Lot 25. Block 3 LakeWorth

Consult tour
of there priMlurts to jour particular needs I is YOUR LIVER si.p; SW' OF- -NE;u==:::::::::= U* 4ti 34 1.

E' of Tract 24 Block 12.

; Palm pang Plat Beach No Farm 3 Com-q ____ __ S
Lot e Block 3. Salvatore
Kryocidevlafinaf Addition to Pahokee
;(' of constipation or fault: direstion f- Florid LIn PB 19 P
? If you feel bilious, sour 7 6 Being a Subdivision of

i bloated with gas headachy. blu, Tract 53 RdxewayIiearh oil Iy .11
"''TOuchy. you may bE> putting too biy n.
a burden on your 11'r.. Retain i un- Lot 12 \\Ot' 2iS .sado a* __ :33w' 43 U
Mr+" to Tarawa natural .rrrnlan; rr lilc in* in PB P u
tested food boc-Tn s putr.' .
a ew M ..r/,roren'rnf'..*. (onlrol* man* l 1''I x-r'. toxins" cvnrload the Pam, cf Beach Tract Farm 36 Block Company 7.-

last' 4 il lKttl,.. ....rn.* and caterpillar. Ortirr il from 1.\: cr, kecpui it Iron work.-; prop- j j pat No :3 - ___ .u. __ T S
tour ili.tril>ulor. erly. Then is the time to nyo.jr ]I ad best cash bt.? subjert -
tired liver b:; lacing Cao! -abs help wl t. "ff -.d. for, s.e at publk outcry 1Jr the h.4beat of raerxl..,... nr.c1aUW; ; \
I BoarQ tf C7S.mia710ttri
"f 'hoo
to the r: w
nature sweep the putrefactive and I the CourtMuss t..r.nnlcc at 10'A ()'C" k A Y
and all bids at
to reject any
partially digested matter from your | on the 14th day of Manh.:: 141 t.wmrnt: for drainage and rerl.l.matton.anI
I stomach and 1rsLnl's.. Nothing ac-s i I road S'Irpo- all) b reserved Fifty percent50" I of all ou CM aM mineral
like rood old Calotabs.1J 1J* a.' directed.
Just rest W:, also t.r _rre lOc and 25c at your drursTsts.iMeCALGTABS. PIo&of OommliKiJcerr* of E'erylale
Drmc.xe District
I J Alex? A.6*.t*. u .rnS 5 w ,a19Bw

Put ". r-.7'C1 14-J A :h\. 1)41Page

Friday. February 14. 1947 The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Pag Five

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Dodge Dealers In ing Dodge dealers and salesmen to I Sonya Lee Noles Has t r
better qualify them to serve truck

Tampa For MeetingA. users in the selection of the right, Birthday Party FLOOR MATS ARE BACK!

J. Gamot and George Belk of trucks to meet specific hauling i Mrs. Verna Mae Noles enter-
the Lake Shore Motor Companyin needs was outlined at the meet- taned at the Woman's Club build- 1I

Pahokee have returned from a ing. I ing Tuesday afternoon with a i iI I

meeting in Tampa where a member Suggestions were made on the I party for her daughter, Sonya Lee I.i
of the Dodge factory executive purchase of new equipment, and who was celebrating her seventh
staff of Detroit outlined advertising 'birthday anniversary.
dealers were urged to expand pres- .
merchandising and training Games were played and party
ent service and parts facilities in I
plans for 1947. favors of hats and balloons were
those few instances where they
The continuing program of train- accomodate 'presented to the guests. The
are not adequate to
hostess was assisted in the serv-
increasing demands.
ing of refreshments of ice cream
Dealers were told that the I CONTOUR TYPES
and cake by her sisters Mrs. John -
Dodge "JobiRated" truck line was THICK
Bennett and Mrs. John Humble. SHAPED TO ORDER FOB
Classified AdsSEPTIC expanded during 1946 to include '
175 basic gross vehicle weight
models covering 97 per cent of all 'I TOTAL OF NEWSPAPERS INSTATE I' CARS. N1000.37.50 PW30EB/ FOR FRONT $3.35WESTERN

tanks and grease traps hauling and delivery requirements. A total NOW of 181 NUMBER newspapers 181 are $2.35 to $3.)5 FELT BAOC! C I006.03.0 REARM
cleaned and shown
repaired. Phone A motion picture was I
3872. Bob trucksare published in Florida. Of these, 38
Douthit Pahokee. M17c which depicted how Dodge I
job-rated at the factory with I are dailies. 140 are weeklies, two AND
FOR SALE: Fine display of New all basic units such as engine I i are semi-weekly and one is semi- BY
and reconditioned trailers. Small clutch transmission, axles, frame j monthly. Twenty-eight Florida H9z; AUTO
down payment balance like rent. springs and brakes to fit individ- dailies are evening papers, while .
We have three lots and carry a ual operator's loads over his roads. I i10 publish in the morning. Twenty- ASSOCIATE

Seventy-five thousand dollars The movie is to be made avail- I tree have Sunday editions. PHONE 2831 STOREPATRONIZE I! '
stock we surely can solve your able later for showing here to I Lj --
housing problem. Arthur Trailer truck owners. j :Miss Alice Summitt of Tallahassee Pahokee, Florida
Sales. East main St. Pahokee. The meeting was one of 101 be-I and James Coplin, Universityof i ;
Open from 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. ing conducted throughout the nation Georgia student, Athens, Ga.. t I \ I
daily including Sunday. tfch to carry the expanded program a"e the guests of Miss Dorothy
to the more than 4,000 Tucker and George Tucker in
FOR SALE: New Chrysler indust- Dodge dealers. Canal Point this week. THE ADVERTISERS
rial power unit starter and generator : -
and automatic shut-off' -
Phone 531. or 4002 Canal Point. tf
FARM LOANS from $5,000 up on
well improved land and cattle ,
ranches. 4 1-2 percent interest
10 to 20 years to pay. Prudential
Insurance Company of America
by C. A. Bailey Solicitor Belle
Glade. J24tf C1"1RZCrica II ill irecomeie
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TIRES, TUBES, Batteries and accessories -
Easy terms. Hender-
son Texaco Station. Pahokee.J24tfch NEWEST CHEVROLET !

FOR SALE: Modern three bed
room bungalow on Bacom Point
Road close in, in excellent condition -
possession immediately
priced to sell. See Dr. L. W. Arm
strong Pahokee. Fla. J31tf

FOR SALE: Six room three bed-
room modern home large front

porch back porch, good condition, .
lot 50x150. Price $4750. Terms m :.
Dan Carpenter Pahokee.
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FOUR ROOM furnished house .
semi-modern large lot. $2400.

Dan Carpenter Pahokee. ..-. '

FOR SALE: Furnished 5 room
modern home, close in, large
front porch and back porch. $7500.
Terms. Dan Carpenter. Pahokee.

1. One completely rebuilt Bosrt f -
Injector pump for TD6 Inter-
national Tractor. ,'{ E .. .r.v .., ,.w<. ..w.R3raw.Wrawv.
2. One new Radiator Core for { IQrdiw'Oeee.m.a 1Ct! r i xQe mod..,arw. wmbiinMw- w err..+:4wwwoxvw. ..4AAYd s t6'
TD6 Tractor.
3. Four Clamp Trucks almost
4. 1000-1200 Celery field boxes See it and you see
slightly used.
5. One Seaman's Tiller.

6.7. One One Sure-Rain Oliver 41 Plow.outfit. BIG-CAR QUALITY AT LOWEST COSTnow

this equipment at our South Bay made even E igger-looking even eller-look, g :

Bay. Fla. even more beautiful and desirable in every way

FOR SALE:F-20 Fannall. six-foot .
tandem disc four Cole plantersand

four Cole distributors and : Today, we and all other Chevrolet dealers are displaying the newest .
miscellaneous tools. See J. F.
Waddell Pahok Fla. F28c ". creation of America's largest producer of automobiles-the new Chevrolet '
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EVERGLADES HOUSE OF y for 1947-offering you an even greater measure of BIG-CAR QUALITY

Phases of Beauty Culture

Phone 4292 See it and you will agree that it's the bizztst-lookinz and best-locking Chevrolet .
Lake Shore Drive Canal Point
ever built. It's more beautiful every way both inside and out. It's
FOR s.\iE7 1946 Ford V-8 stake
body ton and a half truck also designed to out-style, ()uf.r".lut. out-saie. .:. all other cars in its field. And above

1941 Ford Stake body pick-up. all J. it reveals that sterling Big-Car quality-in every phase and feature, in ..4l
Both nicks are in first class con-
dition. Hull Packing Co., Paho l-r i every pan and pound of material-which buyers agree is exclusive toW
Fla.. Phone 2751. Itc
kee. I !: Chevrolet in its price range. Yet here's the hue't-prtceJ line in its field!

FOR SALE: Second hand five-col .
umn Burroughs adding machineS Make it a point to see this newest Chevrolet at our showroomCHRISTIAN Jr1!
Buck Humphries. Pahoke.
Fla. F2Ipd.
STORK for rent See R. J Schroder .EI

Pahokee. He

for srnnP !(",rn. !'1

ir.ches to 2>s ft 53 50 per pot.
Call 3471 or Addre Box SOS. Pahokee Phone 2371 Phone 87
Van J. York Paho
kee. Itc i Pahokee. Florida Clewiston, Florida


Page Six The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday, February 14, 194 T

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FI "' ''' body panels, whose contours are building up and blocking the drain
unbroken by horizontal moldings. I holes in the ring groove. Another
At the crease line, where the lower advantage is that these rings
ARMY SURPLUS PREFABRICATEDATTENTION BUILDINGS SALE B panels meet the upper body t quickly: wear in to a proper fit in

structure, a narrow molding of the cylinders thus effecting betteroil
stainless steel fills the crease control during the breaking-in
FARMERS! angle of the Stylemaster line as period.
well as that of the higher priced w-
.,. PLANTATION models.
'- r
Mrs. Beverly Presents
OPERATORS! Fleetline and Fleetmaster mod- I

IiiiJ els (except the Station Wagon) Program On IndiaA

I t' RESORT carry ornamental medallions set-
off the tail and stop lamps,
program on "India"
MANAGERS! was presented -
and Fleetline models have a by Mrs. A. D. Beverly at a
t special indentification emblem at meeting of the Woman's
:c Here's the Immediate, the rear. Christian Service in the Societyof Paho-

iJ :; _- ;. Economical Solution Body interior changes include kee Methodist Church Monday

IW ; ;,,,,_,, To Your Extra Build Q new ultra-modern instrument panels night.
new ornamental treatments The group voted to present: each
ing Problem . '
cf the door upholstery panels and -etinng president with a WPCS
scuff pads, new color in garnish life membership.: Mrs. U. F Hurt

modhngs. new !>tNringwheel and \,as elected recording secretary ti'
horn button caps, and new fric- fil the vacancy lef tby the resignation i -

0 IGxlG Ft. Prefabricated .t tion-type adjustable sunshades.In of Mrs. Glenn Ahlin!:". Mrs.
0.. Hutments .;_, ': 1 L3 all instrument panels, the I. E. Hamilton was named secretary -
dials indicators, controls, clock I'j of student work.

8 All Wood Construction, l sPine and glove compartment locations j Plans were made for a valentine

E: Floors, Novelty r ,; rw remain unchanged but the panels i dinner party and pledge service to
Siding L3 and their equipment are completely 1! be held at the church this Friday
+ : new in color and decoration. A evening with Mrs. J G. Thomas.
Hip Hoof, 90-lb. Rolled 4 4I one-piece die-cast radio grille of I Jr., in charge of arrangements
hoofing, Slated -= new design is the outstanding I I Mrs. D. D .Caudill presided at the
IiiJ I
feature. business
IiiJ G Windows, Screens, 1 I The value-in-head type enginethat I - .. --

Screen Door 0 i ha. powered millions of Mrs. Teresa Hawkins who recently -

Chevrolet!' is continued without sprained her ankle upon her
basic change. Its pistons now are I return from a visit in Georgia was
iJ $295
fitted with new wide-slot oil con- able to return home from the
iJ trol rings more effective in preventing Everglades Memorial Hospital this
Delivered in Palm Beach or 16x48 Prefabricated Gov't. carbon deposits from week.

Broward County. Hutments $545Delivered
All Wood Construction, Pine -
iJ I These:: Buildings Are 1
Floors, Novelty Siding 1 In Palm 1 I
Delivered Ready to . "v" Roof, 90-lb. Rolled .
Beach or
Assemble Roofing, Slated L3IiiJ

In IG-ft. Sections and can 16 Windows, Screen Doors County Join The ThrongsAttend

IiiJ J Be Quickly Erected


Dog Races

Charles A. Downing g I

: at the

Phone 270 Elsberry Building, Room 203 Belle Glade, Fla. :

JI ;j Palm Beach

Kennel Club

I I Smart Lines Characterize New Chevrolet : j i

!1 NIGHTLYexcept I !

_ItvF 1 F' ry I J I f I I I I ( Sunday) i I

: : ; : .:
t ? 1t : k } FIRST RACE 8:15 P. I.'I' .

s Daily Double-2nd & 3rd Races

Ten Quinieila Races



I Opposite Morrison Field

West Palm Beach Admission 25c

4 i I It "March to Church In %larch"i II

,. .,..... y..... " "'-- I

Re-itxlrd for the new >rar. with emphasis on a morel f I grille and complementing bnght work as well as ehmina- 1 I - - --
I massive front cnU dixl a smoother sweep to btxly contours lion of the tidy belt molding, have done much to give i
the new Chcroctnil; soon make its debut. New front-tnd the new mood an air of greater luxuriousfitss.
Withirtu.illy nu interruption of the chansje-ox-vr. the first of the | tours through the omission of rude I
production for the change-over: new model followed the la-t of hood moldings Finders and hood[ I !i"A

Chevrolet today introduced its new the old on the assembly lines almost -, blend both in form and in color I

line of pa-senger cars comprising without a gap j to effect a clean-cut simplicityand
11 models in three .I-j-enes. all "Chexrolet thus was quite successful an appearance of s*>lid.tyxxhich !
Servant of the Glades
smartly styled in the modern in its determined effortto is heightened by the elimination -
mode. brine out an improved line of of hood louvers

The three series are the specially i motor cars withou thalting or Frontal appearance i- altered! I !

styled Fleethne. the de-luxe seriously retarding production in ,, greatly featuring an entirely new T" :Miami
Fleetmastei. and the economy- order that the ,great number of more striking design of rid.atorgrille I I 4 Ruses
range St>Iemjstcr. All show waiting pUrt'> both those chiefly notable for the massiveness I To Wot Palm Reach
marked advances over previous who have placed orders and those of its honzontal armembt.u
: : Dally To Ft M\IT- & lakeland
models in exterior styling and planning to d> so should: encounter .which extend beyond the !

trim, and m interior finish ant no additional delav grille opening to span the front-
fittings This! factor in the automotiveput.i'e end sheet metal. Widely separated -"

is one reason why changea larger parking lamp 'If rectangular -
The historical shutdown for new I Glades Motor Lines Inc.
model "ltdl"I'r"a" '.:3bt"t.':, confined largely to form are mounted between ,
i-xx bv-passesd
:-:i': .:.'proxement* that could be the :tower bars of t*.. "r.lI.!!
in snaking the charge at this time
made without causing the carr Newly desicned decorative fed : SERVING THE GLADES"
according to T H Keatinc. general
>rr.'.n.-plat-d Ii
sales manager of Chevrolet .
and disappointment.:' dica name plates near the r-ar i '
Motor Division of General Motors
Mr Keating! added 1 edge of the hood a dt'- "Not only was the usual shutdown The most striking' appearance end emblem" plate just aboxe the, }I i

for retooling axoided" Mr feature of the new models is the grille and a speed-lmed ornamental !
; i
Keating EaiJ. "but thf'"e8!! virtually result of the advanced treatmentof hood ornament at the front ot
no decrease in the: rate of te front end especially of the the top center molding !
output when these models went fenders and hood which gain The smoothness of the front end! "March to Church In )Iarch"I I

into production On the day of sweepingly smooth overall con extended through htc doer and i


February 14, 1947 The Everglades News, Canal Point. Florida Page Seven
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Northwest. It is the chronicle of I die's Lucky Day." I'm sure you'll I ,II
Cinematic ChatterBy Logan Stewart, his best friend and laugh your head off at this one. i.,I '
the women he loved. See you at the mo\'ies-Mai.
Malcolm Millar --- Authorized Dealers . :
If you miss it you'll regret it,1
take my word for it Pahokee PTA To Meet WISCONSIN AIR COOLED ENGINES :
For beauty, for romance and I There is a double feature slated ALSO REPAIR PARTS
action the offering on the screenof for the T u e s d a Wednesday Next Monday NightThe
the Prince Theatre this Sun- I screening with "They Made Me a I NEW PORTABLE WELDER Enabeling us to !
day-Monday, will be one of the Killer" as the truly thrill show of meeting of the Pahokea do any kind of Steel Construction at any place !
high-lights in this seasons cine- the evening. Parent-Teacher Association sched-
matic entertainment. The show is Manufacturers Of
Robert Lowery and Barbara uled for Monday night was post- I
"Canyon Passage", done in beau- IRRIGATION AND DRAINAGE PUMPS: :
Britton are the stars of this piece, poned because of a cold wave until -
tiful technicolor and filmed rightin HYDRAULIC :MOLE DRAINS
with Lola Lane Frank Albertsonand next Monday night. Feb. 17.
the heart of the rugged beautyof Elizabeth Risdon as the fea- Founders Day will be observed in WEED CHOPPERS :
Oregon, it is breath-taking in tured players, and they combine
and MissJane
and the an impressive ceremony : EVERYTHING THAT'S '
magnificance powerof
forces to unreel the story of Low- Mitchell Pahokee H i g n
the dramatic story will long ery's innocently becoming in vol- School girls' physical education :MADE OUT OF IRON FOR USE IN :
live in ;your memory ed in a bank robbery in which two director, will present her physicaled THE GLADES ,
Dana Andrews Brian Donlevyand men are murdered. Complications
Susan Hayward are the top arise for Lowery and end with the girls acrobatics in an and interesting dances programof entitled AGENT FOR 5-V CRIMP AND CORRIGATED : ;

flight stars in the picture, with surprise finish of the picture. Yep "The History of the Dance." This : ALUMINIUM: ROOFING; :
Hoagy Carmicael, Ward Bond you'll like this one. promise to be a very interesting: ; .1'
Andy Devine, Stanley Ridges, Lovely Sonja Henie and John program that should prove enter ( Canal Point Machine Works ;
Lloyd Bridges, Fay Holden and Payne, with Glenn Miller and His taining to every PTA member and
Victor Cutler as the carefully Orchestra, return to the Prince friend of the school. CANAL POINT PHONE 531 P. O. BOX 466
and intro-
chosen featured players Theatre screen on this double
ducing Patricia Roc and the De- featured program, offering, once Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Simonsonhad "March to Church In
vine Kids, Tad and Denny. Serenade",
more "Sun Valley as guests the past week Mrs. March"i
The story is from the Saturday which. I'm sure you'll agree with Helen Turnbell of Waverly. Ill.;I, i
Evening Post best selling novel, me, was: one of the best pictures of lIrs.V .A. Calhoun of Franklin
which tells the story of the pio- the year, and one that will bear 111., Mrs. Sylvia Stawn and Mrs. -- -- ----
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Indian uprisings and dangers of Thursday-Friday John Hodiak HI. PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERS
the Oregon Trail, trekked across and Nancy Guild are starring in
the Continent and through "canyon "Somewhere In The Night"" with
passage" to settle the Pacific Lloyd Nolan, Richard Conte
Josephine Hutchinson Fritz Kort-

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Eight! The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday, February 14, 1947

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hokee visiting their granddaughter goodly number in- attendance. This I NOTICE I NOTICE TO CONTRACTORSThe

Mrs. Anna Murphy who is ill Sunday morning the pastor Public notice is hereby given City of Pahokee will receive
at the Everglades Memorial Hos- sealed bids for removal of the Old
C. A. Moberg of the First that the undersigned intends to
pital. ReV'1 City Hall, Pahokee, Fla.. up to 8
Church of Pahokee will register with the Clerk of the I
Talton Joyce of Bradenton and o'clock p. m., February 25. 1947.,
Miss Betty Fielding of Pompano I "God's Valentine." The Ladies Circuit Court of Palm Beach Coun- The building may be demolishedand

were visitors here on Tuesday and Quartet will sing. At night the ty, Florida, pursuant to Section I moved or moved in one or
E. C. Wells, H. L. Wells and S.
Wednesday of this week. pastor will continue his series on 865.09, Florida Statutes 1941, the more pieces. The city reserves the
D. Blazer were business visitors I
here Wednesday of this week. Mrs. J. E. Isanhart of Denver. "The Destiny of the Jew:' The fictitious name: right to accept or reject any and,
Colo., arrived last week for a visit Class Quartet will sing. The or- Palm Villas all bids.
Mr. and Mrs. Baxter
Haywood with her sister Mrs. Lloyd Hund- chestra and choir 'will augment '
and daughters visited relatives in Under which I am engaged in City Of Pahokee
ley and brother, Dennis Friend, "The Illuminated Cross Sing." At business
Stuart the week. in Canal Point Florida. By W. P. Walker
and families in Pahokee and Can- 6:30: Miss Clark Hull will presenta Van
StuckeyPub City Clerk
has returned
Mrs. H .L. Speer
at the
from a visit with her grand- al Point. .. session special of assembly the Training program Union. In- : Feb. 14, 21, 28, Mar. 8, 1947. Feb. 14 and 21

mother, Mrs. A. M. Letchworth in
"God's Valentine" Is cluded will be the playing of one -- -- -
of the recordings made by the
Miss Faye Cranford returned to Topic For Pastor Ladies Quartet recently in Miami
University of Miami Monday, aft-
Beach. The goals of three hun-
er spending: the midturn vacationat Because of the weather last dred and one hundred in the Sun-
her mother, and
home visiting Sunday, a change in the programsof day School and Training Union
and friends. She
other relatives the day was made and proveda respectfully are rapidly nearing Great days are ahead
asked to assist her
was recently blessing to the unexpectedly fruition, thanks to all interested.
commercial teacher in her officeas I of this nation and the

assistant secretary. 'orld-And electricitywill
and Mrs. Dalton Davis of
have a great part to
Key West and Frank Davis of Gal-

latin Frances, Mo.Harlow, were over guests the weekend.of Mrs. From where I sit.. &r/ Joe Marsh play can, granted be unfetteredwith only thatit -

Miss Dorothy Tucker, who full opportunityfor
teaches school in Tallahassee, and
the largest possible
George Tucker student at the That
Ring individual initiativeand
Universisty of Georgia. Athens
were called to their home in Can- energy . 1.
4. Around the Bathtub
al Point this week by the serious

illness of their grandmother. Mrs. THOMAS A. EDk'OX

Anna Murphy, at the Everglades Jib Ctviwcll blew his top the From now on. Jeb's careful to

Memorial Hospital. other day. Seems that for weeks put; his class don on the t-hle!

Johnny Williams of Canal Pointis he's been trying to get his joung-/ 'c\'er-Ul.e the missus does. ..ndsterstoscruboutthehat'lttbnfter

rE''eivingtreatment for an ear I hear he's a little more forgiv-h:::;
infection at the Everglades Me- using it. And this night he H'esoout rings around the bathtn! :. THOMAS A. EDISON !

morial Hospital this week. two rings around it-one where Just keeps on patiently reminding.!

Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Schroder and young Sonny left off, and another From where I sit there-ire little (( I. 'ri':1 H !1c! iI ,
their house guest. Miss Carol about Pinky's level. in fami.'v!
annoyances every -conflicting : -
Schroder of Philadelphia, Pa., He raves and rants-and takes habits and opinions in I Y 17 I I+i9 r
visitors in Miami .
were Tuesday.B. it out on the missus for her lack every community. A lilJc patience

S. Waring of Madison spent of discipline. And later that evea little more "Icr i..e aid Itt

the past week in the Glades on ning he sees her quietly polishing \i\"e" is the only antidote. We solute a great American,

business. the hardwood table that's: right c firm believer' in the American
Mrs. L. W. Armstrong and niece. by his chair. She's removing the (2 ./]"
Blanche Elizabeth Bowers and rings he's left there with his eve c:;"';? .It tatf/ way We are pVdged to con- f FLOftlBi i P8\1f1)GDT\ ) f HMW7You'd ,
Mrs. G. B. Ramey and daughter ning glass of beer! tinue the high standards he set

Phoebe Ann end Mrs. Ramey'a for the industry he founded ,.. .
house guests. Mrs. Monroe Miller
Copyright, 1917, UnitedStaes Rreuers Fvti".dtt.on
and son. Lee. of Granby. Conn.,
were visitors in Palm Beach Tues-

day.Mr.. and Mrs. Ralph Watkins of

West Palm spent Sunday in PaIN 0

heed blankets
Chancery No. 22972
Plaintiff. : thk
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Defendant.NOTICE :
LENORA W. HALL. P. O. BOX 552. -

BARSTOW.You are hereby CALIFORNIA required: to appearIn li but it's wonderful for beer
the above Court on the 17th day of
March. A. D. 1947. at the Court House
In West Palm Beach. Palm Beach
County. Florida to answer to the Bill
of Complaint for Divorce filed against
yon In the above entitled cause and
EVERGLADES NEWS. a newspaper regularly -
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the newspaper In which this order "_ day and night for months? It wouldn't be so pleasant
shall be published once each week" for
four consecutive weekly Issues. .1 t h for human beings but it's the ideal ageing temperature for
Beach. Palm Beach County. Florida. ; f
this 7th dav of February. A. D. 1947. beer.And
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Clerk Palm Beach of the County.Circuit Florida Court :, east's famous regional Drink of Friendship is aged to the

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Thadd Whldden Deputy Clerk I A to rank JAX as a truly fine beer.

Attorney for r" .f IPahokee. & demand fort
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Pub: February 14. 21. 28. Mar. 7. 1947 TAX we have recently installed an additional powerful and

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