The Everglades news
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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 7, 1947
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
notis - AKF8469
lccn - sn 95026042
System ID: UF00079910:00272
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Established924 ts


Fhe Truly Distinguished Mind

Prefers the Provinces




RECENT !I' I County Starts Job NEW F.E.C. CUT-OFF TO FORT PIERCE No Relief Checks

OPERATIONSBy I Building Road To -------... w 3tJ ,.ETO EEACH"O To Be Handed Out:

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Paul RardinOn Pahokee City DumpConstruction '.' e .,. : Jobs Are Offered

has started on the : - ..v ; COUNTY ,z There will be no relief checks
I had occasion to -
Sunday new county road leading from thePahokeeBelle : : -\ handed out to those who are temporarily -
have lunch at the Clewiston Inn- t ; j -
Glade highway ID : 4 0 out of work because of
1.85 worth. The the lt
$ price was s JOetECHCEEE' Z
the Pahokee city dump it was announced
the recent freeze and
only thing; reminiscent of the high waterin
this week by County Com
the Lake
Bitting-inspirc-d hey-day. The .5P------ Okrechobee farming/
missioner Paul Rardin under -
pomp and ceremony is gone. In I' STCA T o region. This decision was reachedon

stead of the awe-stricken silenceof whose direction the road is being ",., Tuesday of this week when :Itwas
built. The City of Pahokee and 'I
found that the
the Bitting-Moran era there > sugar companywill
an individual landowner are cooperating 6
V were cheery voices in the lobby Z use 1500 workers immediately.

and dining room. The high-hat with the county and are Lake ,ST t C=F Agencies in the Lake Region are of
putting part of the construction t
splendor of a former day was con up Q the opinion that no absolute necessity -

spicuous by its absence. Ultra-con- costs Rardin said. PORT MAYACAOkeechobee ................. has presented itself, therefore
Rock for the base of the road is IOFITIR
servativeness seems to be the \i those who are temporarily out of
being hauled by the fleet of
order of the day. In fact the out work can secure employment if

fit is now saving on its laundrybill trucks from the county rock' CANAL POn c 1rAhCkEE they so desire.In .

and using tablecloths a second pit located back of the state"mark ', L 4Fjr PALM (EACH past years just as oon as a

time. It just didn't seem like the I et where the new county draglineis I' 'CLEwSTCN: o eb N frost: hit this section or some other -
in operation. The newly acquired j .1 WEST
setback about temporary -
when the waitress
Clewiston Inn e R E3ELLE ,ry e o.t {PALM
I county bulldozer is on the new I \ = someone
brushed the crumbs off a table nJ .GLAD/ -- - BEACH unemployment;
road location and has nearly completed IAAE HAI EOQi II i! that the UedCnxss
(when a couple had finished din- A always put up a cry

ing) and placed clean silver on \ the job of preparin'g therightofway Ii i // SOUTH EAT s COUNTY 'LAKE WORTHL I or some other relief agency
grade. i'//
soiled piece of table linen prepay ( should immediately come in and
The fold 30 foot right-of-way \ i E fOTNTONMap :
ratory to entertaining; the next 4 .t pass out free groceries. This particular -
followed the west bank of the il so
guest. During the Bitting-Moran I practice has been run into

regime either of them would have west fork of Pelican River but 1'i ,DEi AY BEACH the ground and workers have refused -
Rardin has worked out a deal with in to take jobs
had a stroke had they seen such L many cases
landowners along the road where- r ;. for the free groceries' and
practice. As I said before the only 1 waiting
reminder of the old days was the by a new right-of-way has been secured L------------ e's ......... BOCA IATON other gratis handouts. At times

price. The service isn't what it in places thus eliminating when frca-groceries were available

used to be. I ordered coffee with several of the curves on the road. it was Impossible to hire a worker -

my soup. I didn't get the coffee. I At Rardin's request the landowners showing route of the Florida East Coast Railway's new Cutoff to do small jobs such as mowing -

ordered gravy on my mashed po have given the county an additional which is to be opened with a Celebration at Fort Pierce on ; yards or cleaning up around

tatoes. I didn't get the gravy. 30 feet making the right- March 8th. Joining the old Okeechobee branch at a point 152.5 business houses or homes.!

When my coffee arrived along of-way 60 feet in width. miles south of New Smyrna Beach the new Cut-off extends in a The county welfare worker has

with entree the saucer had a Concrete culverts will be used northeasterly direction to the main line at Fort Pierce. Total lengthof been directed to carry on the usual

my out of it. Such g on the new road instead of the the new track is 29.5 miles. It is designed to provide the rich welfare work that is customaryin
hunk chipped
and regulation wood bridge the commissioner agricultural area around Lake Okeechobee with greatly improved this area. No new grants will
catastrophe under Bitting said. "Where it is transportation service as it reduces the rail distance from this area
prac- the recent
Moran would have called for a to the Florida East Coast Railway's double track main line by 120 be made on
tical in the Glades we are replacing The SalvationArmy
of weather.
of directors spell
special meeting of the board miles.
wood bridges with concrete and the Red Cross will continue -
and an order for new I I
culverts. thereby eliminating a rebuilding -i usual amount of
to do their

dishes.that under However the new I've set-up been the told Inn "; job in the not too distant I legion AuxiliaryIs One :More Road Is I charity work in the Lake Region

future, he pointed out. : call nor emergencyrequest
is showing a profit. I "Out Of The Mud"Another but no disaster!
"Co-operation has been exceptionally will be sent in from the (loral -
good on getting details Organized For agencies unless times pet a lot
I i (Glade road has U--n
New Scout Troop To
ironed out f I "brought reset of the mini" JMconling '-
Be Aided By Lions road" Rardin said. "The and city.others Canal Point PostSome I I to I'aul Kardin who The !sugar company on Thursdayof
the individual II this week started taking applications -
*n' : made I in.iwrtinn of the rormuon-
concerned have done all I omenand
Pahokee Lions at their Tuesdayluncheon for colored laliorers.
I 1\ culled airport road in llelle
meeting made I final plansfor their power to expedite the construction some women I for work on
G3 members of Canal
: (il isle on Monday afternoon -
sponsoring another Boy Scout job. It i is'> a genuin heir plantations. So. if you are
Post 212
Pointmt'Tlcan Legion
the fwa'.y rain on Sundayiintrnini
23: to build road when such j who is looking -
in addition to Trap
troop pleasure I and their wives mothers and si.-t- ;. I'ntil resent hauling accosted' bv "om one
which is sponsored by the Rotary co-operation is evident. the county for reliefTHI can sight them
i ers met at the woman's clubhouse ilrnt* h> the Gl.ulr-s flit of

Club. Lawrence Dany was named commissioner-- --concluded.Old -- J in Canal Point Monday night for <-ounty tniks.. the rm4l uual- to the sugar company where a job
scoutmaster of the new troop and \ a pot luck supper at the conclusion llI1l".hl. following a awaits them.It .
Tom Stewart and Charles Wilkin- Hall TornDown way. looks like the day of freecroceries
Citv I! of which the group organize heap> rain. Thi \\as not the I
ton. assistant i scoutmasters. Edward is from the Lake
for Post 212. gone
a Legion Auxiliary altf'm'M.n and I.ardin -
& Hauled Away C'\s4" Monday I
A. Jensen was appointed | for the time being at leas
Mrs. Charles Max.-on was elected was happy 100 aiM' thi. mile : Region
chairman of the Lions scout com- president of the nE'auxIlIary.. of county road to the I"nIi..t r.rf''E'ran
in 1 t 1 e e. The Lionssponsoredtroop I A dragline belonging to WalterHull .. Mis. Edwin Dannelly viepresi- that niln'rri\iMl rock from Ihrrountv raters have 1NU"nf'that the ma-
will be i on Monday of this week iomrleteil the workers ran find
officially organizedat of
dthen -
| dent: Mrs. Wally secretary pit *.Inn' purcha.e 4.f a loritv
the next meeting of the North I demolition and removal of ;i : Mrs. W. R. Klam. treasurer: lr.ic''n l.ivt viiiiiiiKT. -MTTV thine tn o?" to earn grocrrvI

Glades District. Gulfstream Council I the old city hall in Pahokee. Less : Mrs C. Wtthenncton.: Sr hi-- ,I .v ;t !t'.n>!! bu aptly th-.m-

of lISA it was announced. i I than four days were necessary to tonan: Mr*. W Pratt P''p"'. ,-hap- ---- ---- -- h' c

GUt'stI>t'akt'r was \\'. K. Noxsen. I j demolish and haul away the un- lain Mrs BIll Johnson and Mr? Finance CompanyOrganized --- -

assistant scout exroutive of I i ricr.tlv building that has hindered J. S. Harrington ('r t'ant-at- Canal Point! School)
West Palm talk view of the handsome. new city In I'aliokee
Beach. who gave a I I arm*. The auxiliary voted to conduct -

on the history of the B,.y Scout I I hall since its, erection several years regular meetings the same as Gives; i2.f)0:|: () In Polio

movement Mr Nexson wa.- opti- I I ago. Legion, on the first and third ', Robert Ba. or. hr i'r.-r ->f Or nit Fund DriveL

nntuabout opportunities for the Headquarters: of the Pahoke Monday nights in the wnnan'clubhouse. I; Ba.-; flf Par..k. ,. !':a" ...rgarized -

jri\vth of :scouting' in the Glade I' public library have been removed .
a fnan company kr..wn a.* 0'.1..a
1..1 I principals
:.1' nce.
art.\ 1 to the second floor of the city halltemporarily. At the business session of the .
: the Everglades Dlsro'lnt C..mpan\' "-. J'. :nt < VK.1.| announcedrMiwU I."
------ Mrs W. J. I.arri- and
L Commander! Roy Pop .
ei"n: :
I b' ., .., : of the r ru
for that
be : i-
un-, 1.IHts"ItlI1': : : i more librar.an. will be found on Francis XV Cron Jr.. were named and expects to open
,.- . S11260 for the V "
Annual Ladies) Night:: wa+ celebrated the fob as .<=!:al! :n h-r new l.oatE'Ja: to represent the localpc.t r!" +s <>r. the gr.>und fl..>r of th>- .n

by P.1kt't! ': Lions at a quarters.rNM./ at the" Arr.eruan Leg:"n J th r- 'A' "'r..t.'r r-uMsnjt.: .. Ba 'jrnT f !. r t'" 1"i..npalJi11.: howlr i-.

".'. -uil program and banquet" ht-M, ---- .'.i"'r-t convention" :n LakV"rth -. .--.t Road. ..n :M'\ ..n.lav Th new ,, average <.f more than one ,rer -

the Baptist Fellowship Hall a POINT I.K.filON: ?r.m"nth. J S H.irri"sti':; \\"to ".t-ir.y p will:l 5jr -:1.1 z.> !m t*!" f'nar nilI'll. .
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.-. k ago "ndni t. L. J. j i M'ONxoUKTKT TONUillT named an alternate delegate! :np <.f small kans to famli: *-.. arr"t.rts by ,rr

I.'rav'r. master of ceremome*. introduced -I - Final plans were" made for J nrisnng and individuals : "',::1 .

E.ulhddlt'tt':1.. Lions C.ir.al P.Mr.t Post 242. .\mf"rcan :- ."' a program of s.>ngs by the i Ji.T1'J..- S'- ,
:.;" :.1
':istru-t governor and gues-t speaker | Legion :-- sponsoring appearance Sunny South Quartet" of Tampa to 2no. .
of the South Quartet thin night the j I brrnhip chairman reported that 3rd Grj!, 21.18
who gave a talk on "The Workof Sunny be held Friday in

Lions in Sight: Conservation." :r. Canal Point n:. Friday March 7 Canal Point school auditorium I j Post 212. organized only a f e v Ilk Grrsdr 2'1.11

-- ----- e Tor.tp&ti at the school audtor- It was announced that the po.t 1 weeks ago r.mta.... 55 paid-up Mb Grade :=55

Mr. and rlIyt'N Fountain ium. Money received from this: i has obtained a 1SM7 Mercury sedan members and exjx ts to have iMembership Cth Gr.4e ':.4 f)

were badness \isitor! in Jackson venture: will be used by the Legion: a* a center of attr rti.xi in a i'I' (.! TO U fore the *n4.I !

yule on Sunday and Monday. eat for ;a building fund t ?-.nd-raistrg carr.pjujrr. T>.. :T.f'-- I the .- .rr'-r' n....'. "r-h.p! drive Total f1 2 f"tf.t .

Two The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Friday. March' 7, 1947

THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing News Notes Of Canal }11 I class :gained. considerably last 11 11Sanda ,I,II Oil Well Drilled

Methodist: ChurchThe The Youth To 5000 Ft.
the Lake Okeechobee Farming: Region Fellowship HamburgFry -i, DepthA
Established 192-1 Published on the dyke had to be postponed -I
Every Friday '
Subscription Price :52.00 Year \d\"ance' second in the series of spec- last Tuesday because of bad I depth of approximately 5.000
i ial services in the current March tj weather ar.d 6-week exams. The 1 feet has' been reached in the first

The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn : Church in March Drive of the meeting will be held next Tuesday drilling for oil in Palm Beach
:Ministerial ociation will be observed without fail. I County. Drilling is by the Humble
Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter (
', at the Canal Point Methodist -' The Young Married Fellowship Oil company: ; which began the test
Paul ------Editor and Publisher Church on Sunday :Morning !j will meet at the parsonage on ;, six weeks ago several miles westof
, Next Sunday is Youth Day in our I Ij ednesday.: March 12. Presidentof Loxahatchee and about 20 miles
!j church with members of the Youth the Fellowship was elected last I west, of Palm Beach.
Modern Houses j and Junior Fellowships taking j month . . Bill Johnson; {cre- It was reported that strong flows
!! part in the service. The message tary-Treasurer is Mrs. Emory 1 of artesian water were struck at a
Housewives: now struggling to keep threestoryhouses I of the morning by the minister, j i << clean and tidy, doing the laundry damp, dark basementswill : Rev. W. T. Blair. will be "To the handled this month by Earl Max-I will continue to a depth beyond
approve plans for homes of the future. William H. ; Young in Heart." In the evening I sons and Joe Parkers."Those made: 15.000 feet, it was said.
service the theme of the sermon I by the Joe Eder.fields and the Bill
Scheick coordinator of the Small Homes Council and I I .
pro- will be ". . and Noah was Drunk"*. I Johnsons last month will prove
fessor of architecture at the University of Illinois, recentlytold I The Evening Worship Services I hard to beat for they were really
a meeting of building contractors that modern housesare will begin at our Spring time of i fine. All young married folk of 56--
7:30 instead of the 7:00 'ommu'nity'are I
I the ( very cordially
being designed to suit the women who will care for
during the winter.
invited to this unusual evening of
The Sunday School went over fellowship. I
Most favored designs call for a one-floor plan, eliminating the top again last Sunday in spiteof -a- n

toilsome stair climbing. Laundry facilities are installed in alight the cold disagreeable weather! Dr. O. B. n
Hazen Leaves
:Mr.: Hooks the charge Lay Leader,
dry room adjacent to the kitchen, close to the tele- I
phone and not too far from the baby's bedroom. has promised a barbecue for the For Big: Game HuntDr.
entire School if the attendance
Some problems remain to be solved. An ordinary city Sunday Quonset Hut
held 100 for three consecutive -
building lot is not large enough to contain these spread-out Sundays.Ve have made O. B. Hazen. "'PB lawyer- New 36x9x12. corrugatedsteel
is needed physican and former Everglades I[ walls and roof press-
houses. About an acre of land if drying yard, i that record but more than that
arden.. and garage are to be included in the plan.-Ocala I . . we are determined: to hoH big-game resident left hunting Wednesday expedition on to a I j door board inside interior."L"4 partition windows with and

Star-Banner. the mark in succeeding Sundays.The Africa which he expects to affor door Ideal for farm building.
minister; hardley expectedthe Price is cost. FOB West
I him not only sport! but materialfor
fine response!' when he offereda Palm Beach. Immediate de
.,nnlnnnnnunnnn,." ?nnnnnnnnnnnnun"rnn,a ,,,- Bible to each boy and girl in adventures.He an illustrated. book about his livery. write . .
attendance in Sunday
HERBERT'S Fine Clothes For I School perfect through Easter. In his last whence will he go will first sail to March New 7 York for I j J. M. Wooldridge
church in Chicago this offer 319 Datura SU
England aboard the Eliza
Men and Women Queen )
I brought out only G boys and girls he'' West Palm Beach. Florida
beth. From England he said
TAILORED TO MEASUREHave with perfect records . but hereit
will fly to Nairobi Kenya Colony, i i
looks as tho the number will be
Your Ladies' Clothes Tailored i Africa and go from there to th:?:
about 50! I
A Man's Tailor Belgian Congo to begin his hunt. -
I The Class Contest still shows the 1 Dr. Hazen said he will go alone !
LBY plane of Bill Johnson's: Young the safari of |
on trip organizing a
A BELCHERBOX People's Class in the lead, now natives when he reaches his hunting Dr. R. Y. Creech, Jr.
nearing Tahiti but Mrs. Parkl'r- I ground and that he will taKe
t 5 51rR1r1i7r1i1Tip1QI'IC7i7C1riL1
87G :Marian: Stokes' Class of Intermediates '
his and "shoot Optometrist
j own pictures anything
;::: is making a real contest; of : that gets after me." -I
= it. Now flying over Japan PHONE 371
thus I II
I P. R. Waring spent" :\ New Elsberry
------ - I Tuesday here on hu fondaan"1
I I was accompanied to. Building-
I i Mrs. D. W.
II I children, Judy and Harry. win
I I I were guests of the Waring in I Belle Glade Florida
Madison Fla.. the past week.
I Mail in repairs \
To The GladesTYE
Greetings Pfc. Samuel S. Lovell returned

last weekend to the Litterman I or
General Hospital in San Francisco I
Calif., after spending 30-dav replacements
& LISK, with their two famous stores in Ft. Pierce, extends greetingsto convalescent furlough with his.
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Dave M
our neighbors to the southwest on the occasion of the celebration of the I Lovell, in Pahokee. I

opening of the new railroad which links the Glades and the East Coast,
I ,
I which will take place in Ft. Pierce next Saturday, March 8th. ----'- ,
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Home o' the Range,
ll 117 110 1'. nth 5 '> 000 ft.
a- ; -,
Cor. Orange Ave. & X. 4th. St.,
I floor space devoted to Men's Wear 3,600 ft. floor space devoted to H ,

Saddlery, Ranchwear, Luggage
Both stores are in the Arcade and leather novelties. The bright- i i
Building est spot on the Coast. !
!L Gamtox

You will find us to be just folks, so drop in and say "HOWDAY" and i

make our stores headquarters. We Welcome you. r i Is effective in controlling: the following i

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March 7. 1947 The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Pare Three

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Vandegrift I I I Mrs. Robert Newbell of Hick Jill Mcllwain Has I -

Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Myers|I I man Tenn., has arrived in Palm ,.
I have returned to Scranton S. C., ;I kte for a visit with her nephewand A Birthday PartyMrs. i i
after a visit with Mr. and Mrs Roy niece Mr. and Mrs. Homer

Vandegrift, Sr., in Pahokee. j L, J. Clause.THANK the.oman's. E. F. Mcllwain Club building entertainedat recently Sunny South Quartet i IiI Ii I

with a party for her daughter. .\T THE CANAL POINT i iI
!il r-- Jill who was celebrating her I

] sixth birthday anniversary.; SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
YOU The hostess;; assisted by Mrs. H -ATSP.JI.-
I !McIntosh, Mrs. P. P.: deMoya
i and the Misses Ina and Nina Rus- TONITE-FRIDA MARCH 7
t tI I
Interest and support of the great majority of som, used a color scheme of red

voters in the County-wide election to ratify the white and blue in party decorations -
I Candy and bubble gum were SPONSORED BY POST 242 AMERICAN LEGION I
I Permit for the Palm Beach Harness Track is sin- ,
presented to each guest as party CANAL POINT, FLORIDA I
I cerely appreciated.We favors.
I Guests were Nancy Thomas

are pledged to provide Palm Beach County Judy Cunningham. Sandra Adults 75c Children 50c ;

with the finest facilities available not only for !II Kathleen Wilson, Kenny :\ LamPi'l I

Harness Racing; but also for Winter Quarters accommodating l II Glenda Fay Russom
ter. Kathy Johnson Alice Joyce .= == ..i
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hundreds of horses, their owners I: and Kathleen Spencer Cindy

I and trainers; Polo Matches; Horse Shows and ::1 Friend. Brenda Carter, Kappy "
Young Skeets Boe, Morris Kennedy -
I other recreational activities.We ;:
David Simonson Rupert
I II :Mock Jr.. Sylvia Parrish. Alvin a Special
shall start construction as :soon: as: the Ii Days
Johnson Myra Jones Ann Rita
plans can be completed and materials I :-ecure{1. 'I'I Burns! David and Walter nay !' 1i

LOC skilled and unskilled labor will be used.In Fountain. John Bennett Cruthird 1i i
Rav McQuaipr. 1 hor Hatton. Doro-t. Wash Job 55c
all our activities we shall endeavor to make thy Hatton. Wallace Mole. Anita

the Palm Reach Harness Track a credit to Palm Kennon. Sandra Rogers Joe Bev-i'a Lubrication 55o 5
e-Iv.: 1''rr inia ruJhf'r"on.! Bonnie 5
Beach County, and to provide clean, \\'hceomerecrcaton Lou Lair and Call Watson.
JUt ;iuuing CLcikmg Tues. Batteries {'lean'indshldtl, Clean
: for its citizens and visitors.
: I Mrs. Anna E. Murphy: who has -.J Inside of 'dr. L.'J::'

been ill at the Everglades Memorial -
f I PALM BEACH HARNESS TRACK I Hospital for the past three ,, Christian Chevrolets 5i
I weeks was able to return to the i.
Frank J. Hale Pres. Charles Warwick.. Jr.. Sec I home of her son-in-law and I 5
I : Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Tucker in
J I I Canal Point this week.Classified. I t !3

j" Ads I II Trees Vines Shrubs Citrusof -1 j

I THE NEW :1 I I nil sizes and varieties for I

: POIS S\LK: New Chrysler indust- your Selection.LANDSCAPING. ,
rial power unit, starter and gen-
erator and automatic shut-off
I CollinsFurniture :! Phone 531. or 4002 Canal Point. tf

----- --- as you like it. We are organized and equipped to doa
FAKM: LOANS from $5,000 on
Ji well improved land and up cattle thorough job from plans to completion of planting.As .

ranches. 4 1-2 percent interest,
10 to 20 years ta pay. Prudential always, you are

Insurance Company of America, welcome at our
by C. A. Bailey Solicitor. Belle
StoreLOCATED Glade. J24tf
NURSERIES: 1100 Southern Boulevard (Route No. 25 at i

I I TIRES TUBES Batteries and accessories City Limits), West Palm Beach Florida
Easy terms. Henderson -
IN A HANDSOMENEW 'I' Texaco Station, Pahokee.J24tfch ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO.

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FOR SALE: F-20 Farmall six-foot -
BELLE GLADE IS r tandem disc, four Cole plantersand
I II four Cole distributors and n.
miscellaneous tools. See J. P. .
I Open For BusinessWe II Waddell Pahokee, Fla. F28c: I !
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r::1 All Phases BEAUTY of Beauty Culture '
I 'Our
Phone 4292 Customers
extend an invitation to the people of the il I
I Lake Shore Drive Canal Point
Glades area to visit our fine new Furniture Emporium :; --- --

in our new business block, and see the :I I roil SALE: :j! Hut in the war months we found ourselves I
I 1. One registered Tennessee ;
finest establishment of its kind in Palm Beach ;: I I II walking Hor.se saddle an'11: often hy of merchandise desired. That condition! I Ii

County, devoted exclusively to House Furnishingsand : bridle. i.s now I becoming much better and weoon hope i I Ito

I II Electric Ecruipm::: nt. 2 tnicks Four, packing-house Clamp have full lines of all pre-war jroods and Household .

I II! Our stock will be complete in every detail i I i, 3. One thousand almost new Electric Equipment available. i!
jJ and! brand! new from the Iladcock warehouses: = at I : P lory field boxe Among articles that are now available are the :
''I| 4. One Seaman's Tiller.
,I Mulberry, which company has served the Glades .. ,; : I Prices treasonable. Knight following! : _

::1 i Area for years.Pahokee. Farms. South Bay Phone 103. Various Types of Electric loom Heaters. j
:! -- -
:; AXIH.EU's: Grocerv in Canal Gasoline; Camp and Cook Stoves. ,
Pent has installed a deep freezer :-

i and will carry a complete lin-- Fuel Oil Water Heaters.
of fT'.?' n fruita and vegetableItp
Chain Hoi>ts: and Pulleys.
I'OiI.K: One tt'n'font'arrf'n
meat ae. two set. of -rale Muck Augers. Electric and Steam Irons.
CONTINUES OPERATION n:' a' hWk. ,ausace mill. See I...
: L. Home at Koyal' Store rorfi Poultry \ettin r. Pony Saddles! Army Horse

Our! dlOkt'.tort. \\iil continue t.> ,.f Canal Point. Mirl4n Saddles and I.lankets.
operate a< a separate unit under it* Kt:>T\ri\NT for sale 'ir.l! Yes, wo have some NAILS..: today. Shipmentsare

presant name and management.Ve will P. nt Tie Triangle TV-t.vir-
) better: ) that w r have a good supply of nail

ilo biixiiu'xs on a each basis i 1'1' on theContract 1, ir* ;"v..Th< : < w kine house .I'.tr-1 ' lor building purposes*. Get them while the supply
nr: r'r. :isfd rpt\: \
Payment Plan without carrying .. I..t-
\V- .'. r.1:1: Pahok e, F11

charjre. with free delivery! always anywherein 1! I'Oi ". Vl.r.: Five room furr..>!h.' O.;. !:. i '. '.. -' i i..e., /.t i *o none,
the l;1lt'Tllt're will be a -.
I >' '---.n! BMPoirt '1'! ,It "brie" ;n'lIr n.Ili"< fr repairand "con-
loniial weKotv.e .ind C"I'tt.q.: > :-. 't\'kt' i't C.or. ..-v . .
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', '. .
J ;: '" .I I Thrr> are a f.w folks w" vi"' I
) I i v. rionkr'l t-*- exp-ra'i("'*: 'iat .
t '' 'i>vN on tht r..ptos of TuK. f
.... rc5xi: .,- News! I di rf v- \"- IETZNISTHE ;

f much t.m.t" mail out s .h- --IT-
H. C. Collins I I rM'ements "OJ will appr.-'iatw II A HIV.\RE :STORE; I
*. '
i : : i hicks 'lthout further '- MAIN STREET IIEKI.E CLANK. TLA."March .;
Paul Rard:n. Publisher
OWNER AND MANAliEK 1, ... to Church In March"Friday.
I Ii .KITir tanks and grease traps r
cleaned nrd repaired" : P t'r."
:)Sn.'b: Douthit PahrkeMlTr

Four The Everglades News Canal Point Florida .
Friday. March!: 7. 1947
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Crop Duster Has I and pretty that good for which money.he He is lecei\'in.has a;''I CiZi! !Zi !:Z4 !:ii Cj4Giii1Ij4[ :; [

. Narrow Escape patch of butternut squash and an-
i other patch of blue Hubbar-J '
Bill iloutz. one of the partners I squash for which he is getting !13H
of the Moutz Brothers Plane Dust- fancy prices.: Pmce both will keep''
ing Service in Pahokee, had a narrow for a long time it isn't necessary
escape in a plane accident last to sell them at once. Mr. Hooks, H
weekend. Mr Moutz flew a load said.
of dint to Indiantown Sautrday In the Hooks operation will be I!
morning with the intention of ducting found two acres of cauliflower in'(3H WelcomeNeighbor
one of Sage Farm fields and excellent condition despite the recent -1
upon arriving there found dusting spell of unusual weather.!
conditions unfavorable. In a low Most of this delicious vegetable is :
swoop over the field the plane being marketed inVest Palm
struck a tree stump which tore Beach where good prices are being 13a I hJ
off one wheel and ripped into the
received. The editor recently re- o !
fuselage. cived a nice big sample of these
Through expert piloting he wis three luscious foods and knows
able to keep the plane in the air o
from actual tasting that they are
and returned to Pahokee making
several circles around the air strip .-.
down for a perfect TO THE
before coming 3 H
one-wheel landing. Mr. Moutz Band Concert Will

climbed out without a scratch but Be Given Monday NiteA a
upon inspection the plane was
found to be badly damaged. Fort Pie.ceGlades
a o
concert by the Pahokee High ao
-- School Band under the directionof a H I

Delma Hooks Has Robert O. Lampi will be featured *
on the program at the March
Excellent Cauliflower meeting of the Pahokee Parent- DayCeleb.atioll

Teacher Association to be held in
Delma Hooks Canal Point groc the school auditorium on Mondayat
er-farmer didn't lose everything In 8 p. m.Among. 3
the recent spell of inclement weather. the pieces that will be g
The frost, freeze and high played Monday night will be con- BK
water left him with a dab of this test numbers that the band will
give at the State Music Festival
and Content this spring. Eddie
------- --..;.,,;;;,-. Hodges will also repeat his clari- )
net solo "Concertino Ridicolo" SATURDAY I I
by Vitello. Other concert selections 1 B B
will be Rimsky KorsakofFs
TheatrePahokee 1
Prince "Young Prince and Young Princess -

." Porter's "Begin the Beguine MARCH | g
Florida ," Hayes' "The only tune the
band could play was 'Atild Lang '
Syne.: and Klein's "The Boost- ''rI 0

Week of March 9th er" 1 I fI
Preceding the program meetingthe i
PTA executive board will con-, i
duct a session in the high schoolat B

Sun.-Mon. ,, 7 p. m.Capt. .
R. -- Jacksonville 3 9 Fort Pierce Fla BB

,;.7EellA'ICOLOf V. Dipasca of -
; and Capt. C. McBride of;(
Washington. D. C., visited Mr. and 0
Mrs. \\". H. Brewton in Pahokee'[0

A COLUMBIA..\t 11.:1,0'",tUllE .\.a'l' .f/, Sunday IV THE CIRCUIT COURT. IVND- I B A Good TimeD | |


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Double Feature LENORA W.-PlalnUrr.5-HALL... *:: g r or Everyone | ti

Defendant.NOTICE :
Tues.Wed.. TOPPER
/Jmwwl ho.nh BARSTOW. CALIFORNIA 552.\\ a
DanDURYEA June Peter You are hereby required to appear
In the above Court on the 17th day of
March. A. D. 1947 at the Court Housein
VINCENT LORRE West Palm Beach. Palm Beach I 1 S Free Barbecue
County. Florida to answer to the Bill D B
of Complaint for Divorce filed against
you in the above entitled cause and
EVERGLADES NEWS a newspaper regularly O FREE
published In Palm Beach County. TOURS
Florida is hereby designated: as
the newspaper in which this order
-ALSO- shall be published once each week for PARADE - - - WATERCADE
four consecutive weekly Issues
Beach. Palm Beach County. Florida.
this 7th day of February A. D. 1947.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
1 Palm Beach County. Florida
IDRAKE (Circuit Court Seal
By Thalie P. Plant
Deputy Clerk
Thadd Whldden
Attorney for Plaintiff

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.. March 7, 1947 The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Page Five
New Wroten Building: I proving its service to its customers -'' modem tw o- tory. concrete block I Industrial Life and Health Ann O"Connellanted
according to P. P. de loya. i structure completed only a few ance Company. C. A. Insur-I
Has Three TenantsThe I Glades district manager. I I weeks ago. j cal manager, expects to Lions Representative
The new twostoryroten The Florida Power and Light offices there within the next 19'I
Florida Power and Light building, 34 by 36 feet, is of substantial -, Company is occupying one-half of da\, i I I Miss Ann O'Connell of Canal
Company this week is moving its I concrete-block construci"i the ground floor of the \\roten i Point Pahokee High School Seniorwas
Pahokee offices from the FEC and represerts the bettor building The newly' organized Terry Lee. co-ordinator of state selected as Lions candidatefor
Pelican Lake crossing into the new i class of business buildings now Everglades Discount Company institutions was a visitor in the queer at the FEC cutoff opening -
Leo \\roten office building which going up in Pah'Jkee. It was: with: Robert Bacon, manager, will Glades on Mondav Tuesday and : ; ct'lth"ation: IP Fort Pierce 01
is nearing completion at No. 8 started two months ago and was ale"'> be located on the ground: Wednesday of this week while attending March S.
Bacom Point Road. This movingof built under Mr Uroten's personal floo and expects to.be open for business at the state prison --. -
the offices to a central down- I supervision. It is located across business this coming Monday The farm. While here Mr Lee was 1lr5.1.1.. Beerland son have
town location is in keeping with the street from the new Herman top floor which is rapidly nearing i a guest of his sisters' Mrs J. V returned from a fin weeksi
FP&L's policy of constantly im-I Kautz business building, another completion, will be occupied by the Thomas and Mrs Luke Frasser. with relatives in Ochlochnee Ga
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/ would like to tell you why

r Increased Rates


on Telephones are Necessary"Today


more than ever before, Florida needs adequate, year 19! 1C. Southern Bcll\ earning, an today the lou'cst

dependable telephone service, and it is our purpose to pro- in hi-5toy

vide it. We are now furnishing more service !n Florida thanat
Improved earnings essential in order
are :
any other time in our history.

To meet the day to day cost of providing
Both local and long distance calls have reached an all-
service to present customers
time high for this state and more and more people want

telephones. installed 81,000 new telephones in 1916! But, To raise new money' on favorable terms

at the end of the year we still had 52,000 orders on hand for additional facilities to improve service -

.. for telephone service. Our study of the state's growth indicates to present customers and expand it.

that the demand for more service from present as
These are the reasons we have asked authority to raise
well as new customers will continue to increase.
rates for local service and for most long distance calls with

Although the cost of everything we do to provide service in the tate.

keeps going up your telephone rates generally arc lower
The requested rate increase will not produce all the added
today than 20 years ago. Because of this, the amount of
revenue that current costs indicate needed but will afford -
money we are paying out is increasing faster than the
immediate relief. Whether the lequesti-d rates will
amount we are taking in, despite 1 a record volume I of business. -
prove sufficient( will be determined operating experienceunder
Since 1940, the costs of providing service in Floridahave
the new rates. The increased income under the new
climbed 181 per cent, while revenues have increased
rates would amount to only 10'/j per cent of our total Florida
only I 129 per cent.
revenues. In face of the greatly increased costs of providing -

Total payroll costs have increased 243 per cent since 1940. service this i is moderate.

Wage rates in Florida have been raised during the past
We must go ahead with a huge expansion program an d. .
two years by $3,788,784 on an annual basis. This was in '
we are preparing to spend about $65,000,000 in the next .
keeping with national policies and trends and to assure
cornfive years on construction work to improve and expand telephone I -
petent personnel to provide adequate serv ice. We now have ....
service in Florida. \1''e must.,proceed with this .construction .
6,600 Southern Bell people providing service in Florida.Wages -;
work, despite high costs, in order to meet demands
account for about two-thirds of our operating costs. '
for serv ice.Florida .
t The cost of erecting telephone buildings is up 75 to 100 is now in a period of Its greateet grocwthexpansion 'and .

per cent and the overall cost of providing telephone facilities a growth that will bring the state-'more? prospeii-

is up 50 to 65 per cent. ty than it has ever 1-nown. Good and effective telephone

with service is essential to this progress and the Telephone Company -
The rapid advance of costs in comparison revenues

has caused our rate of earnings to go down. In 1910, the must be in a position to supply it.

Company was earning 6.03 per cent on the amount of money'e believe, therefore that our request for increased rates

invented in the state. In 1946! our earning rate wa only 2 66 is sound and in the public interest.per .

cent. Thi rate reflects the latent wage increases but

doe not include the mall effect of refunds on pa-t Federal A. 'Z) (Jte9

income taXt's. Such refunds will be available only in the Florida :Manager




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Six The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday, March 7, 1947

Mr. and Mrs. T. J. German and I I Mrs. D. T. Camerson of Nashville Religious Census In I j fith. :\McClelland.. Mrs. Charles!! churches not represented in the
Mr. and Mrs. Noble O. Teates of... Tenn., and Mrs David Wadeof i Maxson. Mrs. Brooker Mrs. Calhoun community.
I Washington, D C. were week end I Pulaski. Tenn., were guests of Bryant & Canal PointIn Mrs. Pinson Mrs. Earl Max- The ministers greatly appreciatethe
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Popein I I Mrs. Frances Moose here the past son and Mrs. Blair. All but twenty help and cooperation of those
Canal Point. 1 week.Announcing. line with the PahokeeCanalPoint : families in the entire area were who made the survey possible.
Ministerial Association's reached. --
"March: to Church in March"1 The tabulated results in brief, '
Patsy Elliott Has
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AL&4LAA1 Drive, a religious census of Canal I indicates 772 white residents of
Point and Bryant was made by the i i Canal Point and Bryant not including ,;, A Birthday PartyPatsy
Methodist and Baptist churches of I those twenty families not : -
0 TheiJ Canal Point. f I at home. Of these 772 the Baptist Elliott celebrated her
The ministers of the churches, Church received the names of 423 thirteenth birthday anniversaryat
Don Pinson of the church a theatre party given by her
Baptist residents who had .
I Of Our nor i mother Mrs. B. ,
Opening and William Blair of the Metho- Elliott Saturday
a preference for the Baptist | evening. Refreshments of sandwiches -
dist mapped the entire area from
o Church. The Methodist Church punch and cake were
city limits to Port May-
a aca and Bryant. The census was found 286 with Methodist member-! served to approximately 40 guests
NEW OFFICE taken by volunteer lay-workers o! ship or preference, while 63 resi- by the hostess following which the
double feature at the
saw a
g a the two churches: Tommy Grif- dents indicated a preference for group
i Prince Theatre.

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Definition V V
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Somebody defined oar town Just criticism are forgotten . and <. Ivy
the other day asA place where folks become neighborly and helpful -
the people talk about you behind like they really are. 4. avy
four back and come to wait on From where I sit, criticism <+> Ivysus
you when you're sick.:" never did much harm to anybody spa

I've got to admit there's something so long as folks don't let it guide ?
to it. A lot of our folks are their actions . so long as they 1. h
inclined to be pretty outspoken respect our individual preferences ; Please Note Our New :
and quick to criticize . even whether they apply to hats : c'
about little things,like a woman's or beer. That's the way it is in out era s'yA
hat or a man's preference for a town anyway,and hope that it's ;y
.glass Hartman's of beer new, or barn.the color of Cy the same in yours. :: Telephone NumberPAHOKEE *

But when anyone's in trouble (1 v. '}ILtwf! {Y} 4va:
those differences and points of 0'" L :} vI

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Friday, March 7, 1947 The Everglades News, Canal Point. Florida Page Seven

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Legion Will Name I I Al))1! Day Meeting! By Joann Platt Wins 2nd '!'l ,!

New Group OfficersAt I Christian ServiceA Prize With ChickensAt

a meeting of Fred and Percy i i iMansf.eld very successful all-day meet- I

Post 90 in the Woman I! ing was held on Tuesday, March!
Pair Bach county's 4-H duo :
Club building Monday right, Car I .", >\> the Woman Society of

men Salvatore Jr., chairman of Christian Service of the Methodist girls poultry tea :i returned Sundae i ; J leyl :

the nominating committee ,reported Ch'irci of Canal Pont.; Twenty- "I.-'::i Orlando: where they had l

the committee's recommendations two men oer- of the society. by far tnt .iea in the poultry show held 11c I

for new post officers as follows the largest group ever to gatherfor I
':1!!prctioi with the Central Florida -
: Jack Phillips, first vice commander an all-dav meeting in the local exposition. They participated

; O. K Carr second vice church, met in the morning at the in the poultry and egg judging

commander; Gordon Hillier, ser parsonage for a Spiritual Retieat. contest.

vice officer, A. J. Lively, chaplain, The leader of the retreat was The contestants spent all of Sat-

Mildred Spencer, historian, Melvin Mrs G C. Wood, Secretary of urdav rr..orningjudgir.g.. taking

Spooner sergeant-at-arms. Spiritual Life of the Miami Dis- written and oral examinations on

Several candidates for the officeof trict W. S. C. S. She led the
live market birds, dressed bird,
commander nominatedfrom NATIONALLY KNOWN TIRE
were group in a Workshop-Seminar in I show birds, breeding birds and !I
the floor. THAT GIVES YOU A ( j\
which the members of the society brown and white eggs The final ,

Jack Phillips, Paul Tillery andS received many valuable suggestions results on this judging have not DEFINITE WRITTEN/!

E Gammage were appointed for their work. I been announced ;yet. Each of the 18 MONTH PRO-RATA 0,

delegates to represent Post 90 at Before the noon-hour dinner, girls came home with a check GUARANTEE yam'' i
the Ninth District Legion Conven ,
members the
seven new during awarded for her exhibit of chick-
tion in Lake Worth this month were presented with FI51/ UnE r
past year ens she raised. The exhibits were
and also at the State Legion Convention FT.ESNI
Those newmembers /
corsages. at the fair the entire week. QUALITY<

in Miami in April. Melvin were Bonnie Miller, Ella Upthe- From Canal Point Joann Platt WITH LATEST IMHiCnEMENT5600 / '

Spooner, J. Wilkinson, Jr. and grove, Becky Kepp Edith Cross, won second prize (red ribbon) for

John T. Pickett Sr., were named Kay Sears, Evelyn Dannelly and her pen of New* Hampshire pullets. VO B S
alternate delegates. $$14 Ty
Miriam Blair. Miss Platt also won a prize for her : S ,
H. xv 16 1 IMvAV\
Leslie A. Futch and James r., i :
The regular March meeting was entry of large brown eggs Other 11 c

. Wilkinson Jr., were welcomed as called to order at 2 P. M by the I entrants from the county were: 7.00 1 it . . $2040 I dANCE aT .avinac

new members. president. Mrs. A. R. Harrington nince Yokey of Jupiter. Carlene b.25/bY"b . . .16 00 SAFES I All ,1e-

Mrs. Frank Wilson led devotions I Lord of Lake Park, Marilyn Hull I Ii 525/i jn'7. . . 1355OTMEe.
! ..8. . . '2.40
The program was led by Mrs Up- i of Rmena, Elzora Christian of 51 /

Mrs. Kingsley HostessTo thegrove during which Mary Pope I Greenacres. I 512E5 SiinilAk SAUKbJ xi b pEVS 1Rx

spoke briefly Among other itemsof : Club work is directed by Mrs Alt *......o. I i... TUA

Young PeopleThe business in the business meeting Mildred Michaud. assistant county
it wag decided to follow up a home demonstration agent I

Young People's Class of the I suggestion by the minister, W. T. j ___ HOME: OWNED \M / ,

Canal Point Methodist Church en- Blair, by sending visitors to read' ; OltlU.\TtU BYI. ?

joyed a dinner party at the homeof to church shut-ins. The ladies also : 1111 '

Mrs George Kingsley recently. voted to have their annual church- ; M. LAIR

An annual affair, the gatheringwas cleaning session during the last i

one of the biggest in memory week of March I I PHONE 2331 S .

Thirty-five young people, class
members and in some instances i I hostess for the afternoon session. 'i \
Mr and
Mrs C T. Jackson had
their "dates", jammed the house | ---- -
I II ac lest the week Irs.Gt'orgt' I
a g: past I III
full with their good cheer. I liM'TIsr BIBLE ('I \'s : ,
Roettger of Jeanett Pa.
The teacher of the class Bill I Interest the PahoKee Men's i i
in i Mr and lire Le51ie, 1 .TTiitnhfoimerly ..uIoutHG ___ _
Johnson, had made the arrangements Bible Class contest reached a new j ; : of making i
Miami are now i
with the former teacher. high last Sunday with Paul Wat- | their home in Pahokee here :\ \Mtx: TOPIC \Irs. C It. \\ethermgton Jr., is

cooked This mornin He,'. C A. her aunt Mrs autice
Mis Kmgsley: Dinner was son climbing to within one pointof Sunday visiting; ,
Mr Futch is director at Berry'sFuneral ,
by Mr and Mrs. Kmgsley and Mr I the top occupied by Al Home. Tom Baldwin, Moberg. pastor of the First Bap- Thompson ,in Miami this week.

and Mrs Johnson . and it took I whose point total is 82. BelchE'r'l tist Church of Pahokee will preach -
former director of Berrv's, has NOTIC'K
them three days to get thing I ten and his men will a MrsBaldwin to Pana- on "Jonah the perfect type of the
gone with Public notice is hereby given
ready. The meal included Roast Children of L;rael. Jonah's Mission -
special effort to take over: the
ma City where he is now employ-i that the undersigned intends to
turkey and dressing with giblet to Nineveh was typical ofIsrael's
I throneship Um Sunday. Their
ed I register with the Clerk of the:

gravy green beans homemaderolls third place total is 75. The others I, Mr and Mrs Norman Kennedyhad mission to the world. He Circuit Court of Palm Beach County -
( 210 of 'em!) refused to go, Israel did likewise ,
they put
away follow in
I order Max Beverly with
Mr I
a* guests the past week Florida, pursuant to Section
stuffed celery, olives, cocoa, meringue i'I He was punished for hn exclusive-
65;: Horace Unwin 58
points. with ,
and Mrs Milo Patrick and son of 8<>509. Florida Statutes 1941, the
glace, and homemade mints. Jack Spell with 56, Howard Hoi- I' Perry. :-:. Y. ,i n('..... Israel likewise Jonah was fictitious name:
The host and hostess travelled over I preserved so is Israel. He vas'ca
man with 50 and W Upthegrovo Mrs Louis Davis has returned !I I"almlllali
200 miles before found a tur t out, fulfilled his original commission -
they "The Tale' with 44. Despite the inclement engaged in
home from a visit with relatives in Under which I am :
key large enough to feed the I Israel will do likewise. )
weather the class continues Gainesville i busmen in Canal Point Honda
I second time,
the j
group. to enjoy an average attendanceof Mr and Mr" W Harper Kendrick He was willing Van StuckeyPub

Uev. and Mrs. \" T. Blair were almost sixty with an enrollment :' former Pahokee residents, an- Israel will ho likewise and will be : Feb. 14, 21, 2**, Mar 8. 1917.

the guests of the class for the oc successful
of some 135. I
nounce the birth of a daughter I
casion. The chart, "Rightly Dividing the NOTKK TO Ut:\LfKS:
Two hundred is the goal with Bartow hospital -
an :Marilyn Harper, at a will receive
,I used' The City of Pahokee
-- S- Word of Truth will be in
average of one hundred during the on Sunday. Mr. Kendrick resigned ceased bid. up to 8 clock P. M,
Mr. and Mrs. Don Hillier hadas season Under the splendid leadership i vocational I this presentation The Ladies t, March 11 1947 for one 3 to 4 ton

guests last weekend their Vice President T. W. Knight his position as Pahokee I I Quartet will\ sing The Sunday Variable Road Roller The City and reserves all-
agriculture instructor at I; << the right to reject any
daughter Miss Donna Hillier, student I School will convene at 9:45. Train- j bids.
attainment, thanks to the fine High School to join the service I
Union at 6:30. The church CITY OF PAHOKEE
Montverde :
at the Academy,, of of all interested ing CI rlt.
spirit cooperation and since receiving his" dischargehas I By W p. Walker City
and Miss Barbara Kelly of Cuba. will fellowship with the Methodistbrethren
is not too far in the dist- I held the same position in the
- at the 7:30: preachinghour ,;
ant future This Sunday's lesson J Bartow High School.
Mr. and Mrs. Parker Wilson and f in their revival to hear Dr.
UJE'SU9'ashe9 the Di.9ciples'Feet I Miss Elizabeth Howell County
have returned from visit Luther Bridgers. whose preachingis
son a
will be presented by the health nurse, spoke on "Eye Con-
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T a blessing to all interested Annual PlantsTransplanted
teacher Rev. C. A. Moberg. The servation" at a meeting of the .
S. Wilson, -
in Frostproof.
Class Quartet will present its usual Canal Point Parent-Teacher As-
P. M. Gate Sr. has returned to Asters
.- most acceptable program. A most sociation in the school auditoruim ,
cordial invitation is extended to his home in Leesburg after a visit
Wednesday afternoon. At the conclusion Panzies and Snap-
I UNKLE I HANK:.SEZPtOPLC all unaffiliated men and visitors of her talk Miss Howell introduced with Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Cate Jr.

The class meets each Sunday at Mrs Sandier of West Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chamberlain dragons35c
: 00N"'-' GO PISHIN' Mr and Mrs H T. Williams and
9:45 in Baptist Fellowship Hall on Palm Beach who is making a sur-
4ES' 'COS THEY UKE relatives here. doz.-$2 100"Plumosa"
Bacom Point Road. Lawrense Jau- vey of sanitary conditions in ho- per

TO FISH--1HEPLANNIN'' don is the genial president. C. L- tels and restaurants in the county. _ L-

ON GOIN' AN' TH'TALKW Shirley, fellowship vice pres. She spoke on "Nutrition," giving: Miss Lucille Rogers! was able to Nursery

ABOUT IT" AFTER IfcEV - several helpful hints on the serving return to her home Saturday from I,


: This week Rev. C. A. Moberg. Edwin Rice, student at the Universitv !- where she has been ill -- - - -

1 pastor of the First Baptist Churchof of Florida, spent'; the week- -- I

/ Pahokee received an invitationto end in Pahokee visiting his mother. - . -
preach this Saturday at the Mrs Pauline Rice. He was accompanied TX nrrn
Youth for Christ Rally in Ft. : bv Billy Stuckey. Mrs (House Bill >o. 18tt
M ?. This movement is making Charles A. Baker and the Hard NOTICE In hereby given that Vernon -
>er j L Hor!\man the holder of the folloW'tnil DUE TO MALARIA
headway rapidly and now includes I brothers and upon his return toGainesville : certificates ha filed said tf'ri i I

+w 1)) many cities here and aboard. This also by: Pfc Samuel j t'ftcate for The a certificate tat deed to numbers be tMjedthereon and< RELIEVED

L t/ is Rev Moberg's fourth invitation. ,51 Ix well who wa4enroute to California 'i year of issuance the description ofthe
I i property and the names In whlen 666
in Miami Orlando I BY---
ha"inf'poken/ . It wa. a.iM ssed are a. follow. Ceittfirate -
- - Year "f I"an Sure ,
and Tampa with an invitation to =Sn 1521 n 4 eM
'; D 19.U Derip'lon of Prepert
{-c 1.
return to Tampa. lIe will bo th > Health And Public lot 28 B:ork: SO Town of take:
I dinner truest' of Mr and Mrs' A. W rth a* In P B 2 Pas 29 t<, 40

and voull talk about the Vvebvck: formerly of Pahokee Safety :Meeting Topic Inarn.Ke.'onI In which assessed ErikMa IS YOUR LIVER!
I --- i I Certificate So 1552 Year <.f !*<'lan-*
: after just one visit' .' .-el AD 19H tJooM'rptrn: ,.f FT'Pf'r' -
: ITIIM> cnSTlOr .V pf"lr:1: r. htrg t,) health: ; CRYING FOR HELP
viv d.'tlt< ittl to the idea of .
I T>ii>. Mi"i\ r; :vt in th> hich 'I-nte k "
ij> !:_ y.> u r tar running 'Ati.. *.> :.. P B :2: Ps'- 2> .
.. .1. ..'I iiidit.Tiim the bird uitJerv .t-_' .f 'h.. Pah"k.m- .. W' t..r.\ (1f r"n.t ij .' fi-
s.:', ..t: I I\ . , n'";:; illv'. Lot :( ( mo I l--r Name !In -hrh a.sew1 .
,' Robert will t".'.b !' o > hte Tresa H -T A. (fart nar.dnnh: o i > .. .q I' :'..1 : .r.
. Kit L.Ir: ;
? r.
i:- \ 11.! i ir a < >!unit :" n a- : .
ti .
rf :" < e L : v. : I .
A:: **ul pr +pe-7 i"'F -
k h.', .,;. ,::' ..n,1\ nr<'es>>.iradj'i.. t- o..,-<.rut its annual PTO!M or" ,! '.' :r.gh: C, -.-. of Pa.IT B'ar'j S-:'' : :r- E-::- "''" i n ,, i ; : :;

:"i r t- i'' ','p r Ir.a't' hive a 1';'s r\"f: is one tht always Mrs W H Jones irtrolucejMr Idat'n.. a fcvi <,T >'v-r 1 L . . . .-
... '. e. 'irh c.rV-* "ha *>e c. ted fund btr' ,.. t. , :. e.
"t' Mr -
!' K l' .J" !"\'- ;\ c\n.tnty a'ldlf'r. and : J K York wno spoke on lemel armra'nii 1.aw the. proper- .. ..... : '
c : > V x : V. ;1. : t'! !.ioliver
; ; . J r :ix' -- ative too Health and Homer J Clause
>= ar'prcc : KM pS i: Z.
1 <-.t<- :::1 be o:4 to the hiffbe :
:\ MoN'rjr urges everyone to who eave a talk on "Public Safetv' ..t bldd- at the Court three d pI'D tr1!, 1n: 1t.r .:. :. '
!v,.. f-t. U"'Tlt'a. In the axri r* 'd i'r by > r' .;>
*'!.'*v! .RSSH1n an ev"-.:ne well UARCH % D 147 which U te 3r ctie.p r_. .. t- ..: 1

LAKE SHOREMOTOR . Ht with opportunity of desa- Mrs W II Brewtnn health romr day of Marrh 147D par*..i'c:! !...< "4"lr ". '. ., ,

.n-:"'''': jj Pahik'''''s n:'j-.i"al' :r.- .itt- ('t-\r.nl.1. and Mr*. \\' H trd this -SSXto day of Jar'..ary"M7 rto:: tt. ar : :: '. i
: I :__
..... CO. ...... ...'rest and appreciation of the Jones public safety 7mmtttee. ; 3 ALEX RNETTF'* : f .e-t i"::::' ixr.a _; ... 's
!. lid work .1, hv th<" -harman.! .-f cf tfc ( l""f ::
_'1. =p -r being;; 'r.e < were in chair > prora Pain! reach -
'. .. . r 1'11' r&--& "
rond.i its a T*.* r\gram '>:' IT-:;: r-e-ea a- i > ,'r" CP T ns
r- ._ r' .. .. C t C
icily h oiltxK cf refl'f>shmt' t i "YiLV
j..n a fi t ; ing: : :.' j-.r :oi t ZS Ai liar I :

Page Eight The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, March 7, 1947
1 I I
StowersIaloy Council flakes Plans I E7ERT.IX'ISITIXG ELKS John Kirk of West Palm Beach Mr. and Mrs. George Townsendof

The Pahokee Lodge of Elks entertained [ were guests. i St. Petersburg are guests of

Miss Jessie Maloy, daughter of For Water SystemThe members of the recently j her brother-in-law sister. Mr.

Jlr. and Mrs. L. I. Maloy of Pa- instituted Belle Glade lodge at a'' JUNIOR-SENIOR B.INQUETi' and Mrs. Homer J. Clause.in Pa
Pahokee City Council at a i '
hokee, became the bride of MillardN. barbecue supper last Thursday hokee.

Sto\\ers, son of Mrs. Dell Stowers meeting Wednesday afternoon authorized -i( night Swamp cabbage, barbecued Juniors and Seniors of Pahokee1 r.-_

son of Mrs. Dell Stowers of Smith and Gillespie, Jack- i ribs barbecued chicken potato: ; high school are making arrangements Talton Joyce. a member of the

Corona Del Mar, Calif., at the Pa- sonville engineering firm, to draw salad and all the trimmings made for the annual Junior-Senior ; State Highway Patrol in Braden-

hokee First Methodist Church a up specifications for the askingof '" up the menu which was enjoyed banquet to be held Friday March | ton. visited his brother-in-law and

week ago Sunday afternoon with bids for the extension and improvement -p by a big crowd from both lodges. '' 14. An interesting program has sister. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rogers.

Rev. C. T. Howes, pastor, officiat- of the city waterworks I Bill Wall, Alex Arnette and SheriffI been arranged. j i in Pahokee the past week.
system.: The bids will be adver- I I t I
ing. The church altar, lighted
tised immediately and scheduledfor
with white tapers in candelabra,
was banked with bouquets of white opening on April of 30.the The water-pro- < M>s>tv>vv(> KKK <<-*XXX->>!><<><-><*<->Cftr
posed improvement .
gladioli against a background of
works will extend throughout the : :X:
potted palms and fern. LEARN WELL PAYING PROFESSIONS
system, including a new water
Mrs. Miriam L. Dulany sang "I X BY CORRESPONDENCE 4 TO 6 WEEKS
tower, settling tanks, pumps, larger t..
Love You Truly" and "Because.

She was accompanied at the piano mains to and keep other the city additions water nec-ser- I.4 Real Estate And Insurance School <:.
by her daughter, Mrs. Sydney K. + h
vice in advance of the needs of the ,
Smith, Jr., who also played "Sa- growing community. Present at s% One thousand and one questions and answTextbook Study and Practical Application ..,>

lute 'd Amour", "A Love's Dream' c4 ers on Real Estate License Law, Real Lead To A Nationally Recognized Life Insurance :
meeting were representativesof
4tc. >
and the traditional wedding march. the city waterworks bond hold- Property Law and Practice Qualifies You :' Degree An Experienced Life Insurance :

The bride, given in marriage by ers. f for Florida Real Estate Examination for Counselor Will \\'ork'ith You. 4.t>

her father, wore a white satin 4- sf to Brokers and Salesmen. Earn While You Learn. 4to f
gown with fitted bodice and full .
skirt extending into a train. Her 9 Pahokee Lions Have -

English illusion] veil was held in Perfect AttendanceAt T HEAL ESTATE COURSE .--.......-- $40 ,
place with a cluster of pearls. Her TUITION 4
only other ornament was a pearl T> LIFE INSURANCE COURSE ..' S40" 4:Y5
last week's meeting the Pa-
necklace. She carried a bouquetof
lilies of the vally and white hokee Lions club presented perfect I : SPECIAL .:..

attendance to A. R. .
carnation pins Harrington. ) If your enrollment i is postmarked beforeMarch: 16th the two courses: (regular ;
G. M. Belk M. I. Keen Ru- .
Mrs. James H. Wilson of Paho- 4
pert Mock, C. A. Batchelor RobertJ. y Tuition 80.00) may be had for a total of .. .______.__.-----_-______...---._--_---._._ $60.00 :
kee was matron of honor and . .
Schroder. J. H. Banvick. Har- + We guarantee our insurance graduates a job with a most UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY TIIAT 4.,
James H. Wilson, Jr., best man.
XValdschlager and Frank Ro-
Brenda Carter niece of the bride,

acted Following as flower a wedding girl. trip to zelle. ::: Biscayne School Of Real Estate Insurance & Finance, 'Inc. :x:,:

East Coast resort cities the couple Mrs. \V. R. Kaufman and infant JL Chartered Under The Laws Of The State Of Florida ...

will go to Washington, D. C., daughter, Elizabeth Ann. returned : P. O. Box 4700 Miami, 28, Florida ;.
where Mr. Stowers plans to re- to their home in Pahokee from t. .
Fort Lauderdale last weekend. C s4se i0Y:'>0>>e 5csc'?<*<><><><>A<.<.<+.4:..ss.4:><:>ta..4.A> enlist in the U. S. Navy with the Y Y Y Y f Y Y Y Y 7 Y Y f f f f f

rank of ensign.

-4-- __ --- h -- -- - __ - __ __ __ - __ __ __ __
Cleve Cranford I

Dies In Peham, Ga. i Ii

Cleve Cranford. 60. former Pa-

hokee resident died at the home of

his son, Thomas Cranford in Pel- i

ham, Ga., last Tuesday accordingto WELCOME NEIGHBOR i iI I
word received by his sister-in- :

law Mrs. Bessie Cranford of Pa- ;

hokee. Mr. Cranford and his fam-

ily were full-time residents of Pa-
I .
hokee from 1917 to 1928 and he 1:

was a frequent visitor here since : : i iI

1928. Survivors include 8 children i I.

16 grandchildren and 1 great !
grandchild. Funeral services and :

burial were at Pelham.Mr. .
... : MEET US IN :
and Mrs. Thomas Handley I I

have purchased the newly completed i

residence next to the Vin- H
son Hendersons in Geiger's subdi- FORT PIERCE : !i

vision and are moving into their l I
new home on Monday.

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March 8

That the East Beach Drainage District
"' 1H applv to the Legislature of the FOR THE
State of Florl In 1 W7 heetnnlnn on the first Tuesday
after the first Monday In April for the
assaip'* of a trx-rlal act relating to the
East Reach Drainage District and pro-
Mdl-it for atithorlrlnit: lmpowerln:
and directing the Supervisors of theFt
Bearh Dralnace District to levy
and Impose upon all lands Included In GALA CELEBRATION .
said district a tax of not to exceed the
sum of Three Dollars and 50-100 per acre per annum for the pear 1047
and for eachear thereafter and Such -
tax hall be known and d<*.<|tgnated| as
the "Maintenance Ta," The proceed
of said Maintenance Tax shall be used
for the purpose of vhlch" maintenance
taxes are authort/ed to be levied hv the MARKING THE OPENING OF THE
provision of Section 293 54 Florida
Statute* of 1 > thl- "'h day of Mrrh A D

FEC Cut-Off
TU 71 I Stuckt'i PresidentPub i
Mirrh: 1
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M <>ltllt\
TO U'l'lll I
TO \ I' CHISHOIM CoO :\1.\Tr1F.1
(,1II 1I0I.:<" RURAL ROUTE NO 1. 4
('psti.1: (UORUt' '
Von are hrrrbx re
the arvte* It Court 194.an:on the. 7th be.: .R day II i of,,- i i iApll P:K THE) SPECIAL NEST; OF THE PEOPLE OF . . .
T4'1 vatd rm :.th at the C"<,i't !lows
in We.t Palm Beach Paint Pearls
">nintv Florida h' an,aer to the Bin
. tVrnpfolnt f.-r Df.o-re tied: \.ali.-*
\ 's in the ah.\p ..n It-d va-i FlrrIadex\ S"'IIo' a r.-pai'\"t' re\uar-: Ft. Pierce & St. Lucie
'\ published in ram Bearh IV .11.. County
Florida... fr h'r..t'rl', -:..*1"*"' a- ",
"t V-\* : u:1: 'll t. '-J-' -tilr .
*" ji..liU-hertl" <-nce ea1R.orek tor It"i
r.'rt.rcuttte weskit I.ueIM5SF .
IXea>-h Paim; Beach C ity F o'idat i
ts Sth day rf March "\ D 1 4T:
J \lfArnette, Ork Of the 'I --The Chamber of Commerce
Circuit Court ram: Beach
Countr Florid
Circuit Court Seal l lBr .
Thaddie P Plant
IVputT Clerk
Thadd Whlddf'Du.'rnf'J
\ for Plaintiff
Pahckee. Florida
Pub March 7 14 21 and :s. 1W7