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The Everglades news
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Belle Glade news
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Place of Publication:
Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Everglades News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
April 4, 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
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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Sunrise Easter Service i $S.75 BEANS SET 10-YEAR RECORD IN LAKE AREA

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6 A.M.Sunday, Pahokee

OES Worthy Matron Under the auspices of the Pa-
hokee-Canal Point Ministerial As-
sociation an Easter Sunrise SerI F
I vice will bring together all con- tt
j gregations and all of the ministers
of the two communities. The service .
will be held on the Pahoke
Dock beginning at 6 A. M
1 The Pahokee High School Banj
will participate in the service

bringingseveral special Easter rte r a
selections. The band director.
Robert Lampi will direct the congregational
singing of favorite
Easter hymns. The program will
last for about forty-five minutes
The speaker of the morning will
be Rev Don Pinson of the Cana
w Point Baptist Church. se--i.
i The dock-site was chosen by the
i I service committee Rev. Carl Mo-
berg and Rev. \\'. T. Blair, as the
most ideal spot of quiet beauty for
-: the traditional watching of Easter
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' ;y 'J ., Dawn.

: ._ .. All who have portable chairs or Ii I
seating equipment are asked tc
MRS. IVA SNYDER bring such for the service.
Pahokee Order of Worship
Prelude P. H. S. Band
Mrs. Iva Snyder of Pahokee wa. "All Hail the Power of Jesus' 1s
installed worthy matron of Paho Name" Congregatior
kee Order of Eastern Star. Wednesday Invocation Rev... Wiyiam.El\ir'
evening in Masonic Temple Gospel Message, Rev. C. A. Moberg I 1
She succeeds Mrs. Esther LeFilsof Selections By the Band
Belle Glade. Prayer Rev. J. R. Gresbam
Other officers installed were J "Alleluia" CongregationSermon
V. Thomas worthy patron: Jennie- Rev. Don Pinson
McKinstry. associate matron: Els- "Christ the Lord Is Risen
worth Keen associate patron:I Today" Congregation
Ruth Meredith, secretary: Gladys I Benediction Rev. A. J. Lively
Harrington. treasurer: Jessie i I. Rev. C. T. Howes will also take
Barnes conductress; Etta Mae part in the service.
Friend, associate conductress; The program will be under the
Edna Barrett, chaplain. direction of RE'C.. R. Moore
Mattie Lou Keen marshal; Dorothy chairman of the association.
Graham, organist; Kmm
Shirley Ada Hulda Wilson. Rut" '
Ruth Carpenter Esther: Mate'
Young, Martha; Rachel lIarrin Funeral Held For
ton. Electa; Ila Howell, Warder
and Homer Barnes, sentinel. I:
-- ---- I Lucille Rogers 18 Morris Al am Canal Point tonsorial artist and bean grower extraordinary sold h57 hampers of
Black Valentine Leans Tuesday afternoon for $7.418.,1)hIC'h turneu out to be the highest sale m tr.
\ iBe'\\
Class Play \ Lake Okeechobee Farming Region in the past 10 >"('a. Hot*'n ila> key Canal 1 Point parking house operator
Presented Fri. Apr. 11 : Funeral services for Miss Sybil handled the sale 750 hampers sold for $S 7.) and 107 sold" for $S.OO. The sale was split three ways
I Lucille Rogers. 18. were held at1;, WIth Louie Lee buying Vandegrift-Williams, Letter Duncan buying; for Cnastam Farms and Max
Beverly buying r.r Max Beverly. Inc Shown in the put ire It ft t.i, gr.t ar.Ir: Adam" Mr Ie.. Mr
Mrs. Paul Gissendaner, director I the Pahokee Methodist Church on :Ma('kev. :Mr Duncan and Mr Beverly. The young r nap holding the double handful of blacks 1 is Mike Max-
reports excellent progress in the Monday at 3 p. m. with Rev. C. T'I, son !"on of Mr...and MrEarl l\lax'on of Canal Point and grandson of :Mr Adams
nightly rehearsals for the Paho- I Howes pastor. officiating '

kee High School Senior Clas play. Miss Rogers died at the local Pahokee Band Wins Sears Gives I
"Foot-Loose," a three act comedyto Fuller Warren Is Hoynton
be presented in the school audi-'j I hospital Saturday night followingan Top Contest HonorsThe Only Three Hits
illness of several week Pine.' :
torium on the night of April 11.
This! has the promise of being one I. coming to Pahokee from CI*>wi. si Pahokee Hich S< hnr.| Band Rotary Speaker i'i: >. arc Patuiker HItie
of the most entertaining Senior i ton two year ago she had been ,.
under ire direction of Bandmaster
; Ih"11 *' herallnwel: 1
plays presented at the local school : active and popular amongtht' only
J.ixtt. -.. Fi.ll! Warn n
: \ r
Robert O Lampi dd some smooth
three hits while he and his
in recent years and the class is i young people of the communityboth
lkingfl1rwanl to a good attendance -, at the high school where she playing and marching lat weekend Star nxvikf r \\.lnn'.jn. tatted the ball all around

was a member of the Senior Class to win first d-vi.sion ratingsin -.t1-: at the a ."ual L.dO.t.::' th. lot to blank IV>jT.ton Higb.

--- and at the Pahokte First Mfthodi all] categories. concert playing program of the Pahokee Rotary 13 to O. on the borne diamond
South Plans >t Church where she wa presi- dub hell) ball of the
Kay fight reading and dnlls. at the m Fellowship Tuesday afternoon Putting them
di'nt of the Senior Methodist
Put net One Music Festival and B.jpM'.T ift..rfn State Attorney
New Water SystemThe Youth Fellowship and a memberof a< rrmB in top form. Sears strucK
the Young People! Choir ('('r.t''t :n West Palm Dea:. on Pnl (> (" ofVf!'t Palm '.ut e.irht. gave only one base on

South Bay Town Council Surv'vorp include her parents. Friday and Saturday. It was the Beach was toastmafter Statf bails and pot two hits at four
has taken up a discussion of necessity Mr and Mr John D Roger: a only Class C band in the Distnc* Representative: B Elliott intrr- times to bat.Joining .
changes, in the toyn charterto brother. John Arthur Rotrers: 3 d'red Mr Warren their pitcher in Phoke -
One contest to earn f"1' rating.
permit the mling! of the town !'i't.'r.liJ: :.. Annie Laurie Rocer The nights affair wa per *.'s hitting *pr- were Rodney
The loca! hard wit.3*
to finance the water system. all of Par-oke two pnrdmother along r:.. .r:<- - State Rep B Elliott of Pahokeeand Mr*. Lavada Rocers of Pahokec other school l bands of all classes er..w who attended MrVarren- heM' Fred Taylor 2 Wilbi.r

Attv An'hie Harris of Drile and :Mr El lei: Larev of TVIravRe.ich throughout the state :.a eligible t afdre! wa o *.*'andirg and h- r;'-re' 1 tw<> ba.v" Bill Elam
Glade advised the council on the r. rt''-:pate jth: State ilii!,j f. s -A.>" warm apphlJ4I: > from t-.- 1 Tame* Latham. I.
legal aspoots of the case It will Pallbearer were all the bets of ixal and Contest to b* r.ed! .n Mi listen!' this 'I.!Kcirji* had to .J' PaJioke: 1 6 4 1 lOx 13 12 3
be nece''MTV for the is> .ds to be the Senior Clay, those active be- a1monl 24-C. For the past watt .r-.prov.-ment nf the shows Boynton OOOOOOO 0 37
\cted by South Itay property owners irg :Milton Salvatore. David Tfcoma four consecutive years the Paht !system .n Fonda and the I'mte-J The Blue Devils hair won tw-
before work on installation can ., Frank Tilli! Thomas Dickson. kee Hpb: School Band has won Sta! game and lost: one ,-> far this t*.a-
be started. A site for the plant : Glen home and Elmer Justice first d\uion i ratings! at State :Mrs W H Key s 'nJ a delec *cn. Two game ?scheduled' for
adjacent to the dike for piping of \ Banal was" at the Port MayacaOnset Contests and LS wcrkirg:: hard to table buffet tiir"r cf turky arx* n''[t we*k, cn" at IMray feats on
water from Lake Okeechobee Isbeing ; rrv. Berr>''s Furerml Horn remain in the same top bracket: dressing and all the appurttnanrerthereto. Wed-evlay: and another at SBrtnmrd '! .
secured : was In charge cf arrarpements this ).t'&r. i I en FridayEstablished .

Page Two The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Friday, April 4. 1947

er. Mrs Bessie Cranford. Mis?': B. Waring returned to Ma THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing Personal ItemsMr
Cranford. who was an outstanding Wednesday after spending: the

the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region singer in the First Methodist first of the week here on busi-
I Young People's Choir before enrolling ne$$.
Established 1924 Published Every Friday and Mrs T. H. West of Chi-
in the University of Miai' A vespers service will be held in
Subscription Price 2.00 Year In Advance cal t are guests of their daughte
will attend cantata'being
the presented the vespers garden at the rear o'
Mrs W. T. Blair and Rev. Blair in
by the YP Choir Sunday the Pahokee First Methodist
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office Canal Point.
evening. Church on Sunday. Apr. 6. at 6:CC
In Canal Point Florida aa: Second Class Matter Mrs. Irene Bowles sister of N Mr and Mrs IV. Weeks and p. m. under the sponsorship of the
\-. Maxson, returned to Salem Or- children. Flora Mary and Murrayare Senior Methodist Youth Fellowship -
Paul Ilardin Owner Editor. Publisher
geon. by plane Tuesday after a spending the Easter weekend, .
visit in Canal Point. with relatives in Kissimmee and Mrs Roxie Hansen of Coral
A Mile To School
Miss Faye Cranford, who is majoring Lake City Gables is the house guest of Mr
Theie U a movement under war in Tallahassee which if in music at the Um\ersit\ Mr and Mrs R. W. Howlandleft and Mrs H.1.. McIntosh in Pa

successful will place the county school systems in the tran of Miami, will take part in the< Tuesday for Dutmouttlass. hokee. Mrs Hansen will also visit

portation business in a big way. Under the present: regula- Easter cantata at the Coral] .. after spending the seasonat Mrs. S. B. McDowell
tions all children living two miles or more from school build- Gables Methodist Church on this their winter home. The Gableson Mrs A. R. Chastain and Mrs

ings are eligible to be transported by buses operated by the Friday evening. On Saturday she Bacom Point Road. : O H. Cha tain went to Winter
county school boards. The proposed change would reduce and her roomate. Miss Mae Harde- Lt. Skinner of Durham N. C Garden Wednesday for a visit and
beck, will Pahokee of Earl Lindros! attend of their
come to tc was a guest A. to the wedding
the distance to one mile, thus necessitating wide expansionof
spend the weekend with her moth- in Pahokee Monday night. niece. Miss Arnold.
school bus facilities in every county.

We hope the legislature will look long and well at the pro-

posed change before giving its sanction, for it appears ex- a o oaooaaoa
tremely unwise to expand the county school bus system

when our schools and finances are in such bad shape.

After all, we are just one generation removed from the

time when all of us wtilked to school and we don't believe

that the youngsters of today have reached such a state that,

lacking other means of transportation, they can't walk one
mile to school.-St. Petersburg Independent. 0o No Down Payment a

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I I I a
Rosenberg New Head Knight Otto Bleech; Loyal

Knight, Leon Spooner; Lecturing USE
Pahokee Elks LodgeAt
Knight John Bolton: Secretary.
Elmer Jones; Treasurer Dick Par-
a recent meeting of the Pa-
rish; Tyler Ernest Lindrose; Trustee o GMAC Budget Plan
hokee Elks Lodge officers were Frank O'Connell.

named for the coming year. Pa- --.-----

hokee Elks are profuse in their Mr. and Mrs I. E. Hamilton hart .
praise of the outgoing administration as guests the past week their
under the guidance of Exalted daughter :Mrs. Albert G. Andersof
Ruler Frank O'Connell. The year Gainesville and his brother and
under Mr. O'Connell has been sister-in-law. Mr. and :Mrs. R. F I I 0o Service
highly satisfactory and the lodge Hamilton and children of Sanford Super CHEVROLET
has had one of the outstanding degree -

team! in the state. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dany ,a

New officers who took charge spent the weekend with her par- 3
last night are: Exalted Ruler.I i ents. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Todd. in 5
Harold Rosenberg ; Leading Delray Beach.

0p Motor v' Paint Jobs I

Chassis *
Metal Work
j [

-. I 0 Brakes Seat Covers

=:.. ,, Ai Tires *; Glass Installed 0

s> -=- yON :;- I Floor Mats Front end ,Aligning S

Radio *
Undercoating S

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o General Motors Insurance 8



ARMY DAY, APRIL ?TH, ASK YOURSELF: Genuine Chevrolet Parts I


Harold Johnson Service Manager

Christian Chevrolet

will you do for your and its civilian components. You'll ,
country You can take a fuJl-twne feel a certain tangle of pride-to
PHONE 2371r
Job at good pay in the Regular know that others depend so much

Army. Or. you can join other upon you and envy you the inspiring -

young men in your community m fellouvsh, :p you enjoy.

your local National Quart unit
In the Regular Arm you can
If you ;are in college, you can get
have e.cellent training in valuable
your training and Reserve Oicer'
skills or traJes All our ntKessaryetpensfs
commission in the R O.T.C. Or,
are ca.e-l for You get
if you have served in the Army
trave;, aJen!u'a And a"e0! q
)OU can resume our rmhtarvtraining v
years vou can 'ut,rt. a' ha f ,'.10 0
\ and have your former
for the rest of your Ife I and l on IO
grade or rank in the Organi.eJ
up to three-quarters pay a">' ft)
Reserve Corps I
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APRIL 7-12

Your Regular Army Series the Nition and Mankind in War aid Peace

April 4, 1947 The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida Page Three

Good Samaritan Hospital And Morrison:!i Presbyterians Hear Pahokee Baptist Cinematic ChatterBy

I Charles B. Fulton Church News Notes

Field Are Headaches To County Board Malcolm :Millar

The first formal Presbyterian This Easter Sunday. the exciting ..

-- I church service of the new Belle contest which has been conducted I It was a strip of land outside
The county commission Monday Sentiment in favor of operating Glade Presbyterian church was I
I by the Pahokee Men' Bible Class. Texas and the Indian Territory
voted against: accepting a hike Mornson field entirely' as a com- held last Sunday in the Green'sFuel '
from $8.25 to $9.25 a day in prices mercial airport rather than mak- building with Mr. Charles B. will come to a clO*f". Paul Watson and a haven for badmen, Killers

charged by Good Samaritan hospital ing it inactive under Army control Fulton .of the Memorial Presbx- and his group are again in the lead crooked gamblers: and wanted men

for caring for county-aided as now is threatened was indicated terian Church West Palm Beach with 139 points followed in order II and women. Here there was nc

patients.But I' at Monday's county com- substituting for Judge Fanchar by Al Belcher with 132 Leo Wro- law. and a man was safe from

in another motion made by mission meeting who at the last minute could ten with 130. Max Beverly with prison and the noose so long: as bt

Commissioner C. Y. Byrd, and car-I'' The commission named a com- not be present. The attendance at 110 W. Upthegroxe with S<*. Hor- remained behind its borders. Here

ried, it left the way open for mittee to attempt to get full details this first formal service was grat- ace Unvnn with 86, Jack Spell too. gangs went forth to rob and

ing the higher rates later, Under : of the Army's announced ifying and a very inspirational with 84 and Howard "The Tale" rustle and always managed to get

this motion the county would pay ;, plans to "de-activate" the big field message was delivered by Mr Fulton Holman with 73. back to the Territory before the

the old rate of $8.25 a day until : June 30 I The four low groups will entertain law got them.

expiration of its budget year Oct ) Commissioners said that Mor Beginning next Sunday regular in the very near future the That story is "Badman's Territory -
I( "
1. Then, if the hospital claimed rison field, with companion installations Sunday school classes will be inaugurated four high groups at a fish frv i with Randolph Scott. Ann

more money due it, the question; occupies about 1,500 acresin and Sunday school services I The teacher. Rev C. A. Moberg. Richards and George: "Gabby"

would be onened for consideration addition to the plot of almost will be held each Sunda. herewith expresses his appreciation Hayes in the starring roles and

Commissioner Paul Rardin voted 600 acres owned by the county thereafter. This newly organized I of the fine spirit of Christian j Jesse Jame. Frank James', Gmt

"no." j i We will]) have to acquire all this church is steadily making pro- brotherhood manifested all and Bob and Bill Dalton. It is to

The attempt to raise rates at land if the field continues as an and is I through the content Another contest be offered at the Prince Theatre
gress certainly filling a
this time was attacked by Com- air base and the Army gives it mot worthwhile place in the com- : will begin shortly. The lessonI this (ol1ingSunday.. Monday. and
missioner Lake Lytal is "\ery un upt." said Commissioner Rardin. munity. The Presbyterian Churchof I I will be based upon the resurrection You'11 be mining one of the best

businesslike" He pointed out that "\\'e don't want a bunch of subdivisions Belle Glade extends a most theme. A special program Western shows in technicolor

the eountx's budget already has around Morrison field" cordial welcome to all to come will be presented btve Class have seen in some time With the"

been fixed and said it was set The commission voted to proceed each Sunday night at 8:00 P.1.. I, Quartet. A most cordial invitation new R. C. A. machine and sount'

after what amounted to a verbal with advertising of a legislative and enjoy the message being delivered is extended to all unaffiliated 'I this picture will be a rex elation

agreement with the hospital on ,I bill entitling it to give Mor by various prominent men and visitors of this area. The to xou.

rates Rardin concurred in Lxtalel I rison field to the Army for use asa speakers until a regular pastorcan ; class! meets each Sunday in Fel-j Tuesdaxednesdiv bringa

statement I permanent air base be secured ( lowship Hall on B Clm.Point. Road i' double feature with"arner Baxter -

at 9:45.: The contest is under thy. famous for his Crime Doctor"*
ThEIen's Bible Clays; of the
direction <,f membership president -I SE'rif's. wit h another thrilling
Memorial Presbyterian Church I !I
"" | Thurmond Knight The chapter in this entursome follow -
i West Palm Beach, will provide j
()pflernMUSEMENTORPORAIlO: I M i another !speaker for next Sunday president is Lawrence Jaudon. I s life.Second.
is musical
nights services.Classified. : ( hurt'h ?ervice-. one tip a
I I Western! under the title 'Rhxthm
All attendance records in exerdtpirtment ,'
//rcltnU I of the First Baptist: Roundup with Ken Curtis and

Ads Church of Pahokee are expecte Cheryl Ualker in the stirring

I to be broken this Raster! Stndix i ii roles and a cast folded with stage,

AN ALL-STAR REVUE i Under the leadership of J. Harry j screen and radio stars.

I I Oil s\l.t.: Baby Buggy in goof Wilkinson' Jr. superintendent ofi I Thursday-Friday brings one of

\ condition. Phone 3631, Pahokee ,,, the Sunday! School well over 300 i iI j Walt Disney's finest masterpiece!
Iti. --- - 'I are ex pert*>d. The Training: Union in screen cartooning This one i)
I'OK s.M.K: Two holies' on rox130' I
/ his beautiful full length technicolor -
MrsV. M DuBose Dr will
( lot, 1 block from Pahokee Post I '
f'njoit i* hoped an attendance Pinocchio 'with many new
i I
0) ; Office. Very reasomble Contact
.... > considerably over the 10O mark. chincters
DEAN : Mrs Monroe at Sintee mile
-- : l .\t the morning preaching hour o* j Second! .offering is "N'eith Canadian -
north of Canal Point.
( y th ) A4pdI eleven the pastor Rev C. A. Mo-i Skies." which stars Russell -
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HUDSONAND -Oil s\L.K: T-20 International ,, rnrgwill preach on. "The Resurrection -, Hayden and Inez Cooper in a
( J\ tractor in good condition. i of Jes!=u< Chri!'t." A musical rough and rowdy story of the

\ Reasonably priced II G. Boynton. J program commensurate with great North-West: .

HIS ORCHESTRA Phone 4381 Canal Point A4pPI the theme will be presented At Saturday also lists a Joule feature -
the seven thirty hour the Ladies with Johnny Mack Brown
y. 'RLIC Stenographer. Mrs Van offering "Naxaj Trail" the Second -
f!!: Quartet will render a special pro
: J. York at Everglades Discount I gram: one is under the title 'TheNortor.ous

Company in new Wroten Building Cantata Lone Wolf"

\:: J on Bacom Point Road in Paho- "j Sunday night at 7:30. the Ladies' I Sec you at the movies -Mal.
MATURING SOME OF kee tf Quartet will present "The Golden -- -

NATIONS GREATEST ARTISTS /"""' FOR SALE: New Chrysler indust- Dawn" an Easter Cantata in |I St. Martha's Guild
>>- Song and Story. The membersare ,
'J \ rial power and unit automatic, starter and shut-off generator Mrs. Ralph Grimes first soprano Plans Rummage Sale

Phone 531 or 4002 Canal Point tf Mrs C. A. Moberg. second
St. Martha's Guild of the Episcopal
--- soprano first contralto. Miss Peggy : -
ELKS INVITATION DANCEELKS : TIRES. TB&Batteries and accessories Ann Moberg and second contralto Church of the Holy Nativitymet

: Easy terms Henderson II Mrs Thurmond Knight. at the home of Mrs Norman

CLUB - - PAHOKEE Texaco Station PahokeeEYFRGLADES ._ Rev C. A. Moberg will be the accompanist Kennedy Tuesday evening with
Mrs. Sadie Barwick Mrs Thomas Bregger, vice president -
: i HOUSE OF I I will furnish and arrange the flowers Ii presiding '
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Monday April BEAUTY
The made a benefit -
and cindles: for the service group
: All Phases of Beauty Culture
Youth For Christ Rally rummage ale to bo held in
: Phone 4292 Rev Moberg. is in receipt of an I the Pahokee colored town on Saturday -

Lake Shore Drive Canal Point ; invitation from the Sarasota Apr 19. Plans were also
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i Youth for Christ to speak: on Saturday made to end a gift box for overseas -
; sf:I'TIO tanks and grease: traps I II
I cleaned and rf'pairt'd.ohone May 17thill I relief to bo handled through

The Maytag Dutch Oven Gas Range 3S7, Bob Douthit. Pah kee Ml7c i: >\ Preach: Sunday ft.'rn..n Christian Social n..lations'ork
Last! year at th.! advent nf the {hann"I1f'mNrs: were a Jf..t.toi
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HOI NK 1'XINTINCi: soc John : "rcamZ.II' and i bulling ",f TCP i brine -mtions l for the gift b">x to

Chandler)) a veteran Pahokee. .\ ,,!'tolu Church In Section 2'llr '. |, the next meeting nn :>'fafi..

Fit Mil. 21. 2S .V 7.iIr11 >\' \Iohf-.rg way 1n'l.t"1 t<) preirh 'I Mr T. S Kirk gave a r..port on

Thi iirdiv: afternoon at four the di"trirt mfetmcrxhi h she at-
) ll for pU 10 .. 3 phase
rp tend..I 1 oral Gables' on Mir 17
clock in romn t'"iioration of their ,I, in
22O xolt Iloertlx oxerhmleilbx Refreshments of irf' cream sh.itt-
first! anniversary. n\ :M b"rg '
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served bv the host"*(
rake were
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Four The Everglades News, Canal Point. Florida Friday, April. 1947





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.... .Negotiations with the union have deen going on since,.. February 17. They are still proceeding and your


Telephone Company has hopes that an agreement can be reached that will be fair to everybody.

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The Southern Bell Telephone Company believes The following table shows some of the present FURTHER INCREASES IN WAGES WOULD

that its employees should be well paid, and that wages paid according to the size of the telephone tCt'sIT.TEDnmOS.L INCREASES: IN

their wages should compare favorably with those exchange:
paid by other concerns in the community for worK

requiring similar skill and equivalent training. To
We earnestly desire to as far as possible in
Larger; Exchanges- go
make sure that this policy is carried out. we are
Starting Top meeting the wishes of our employees and the Union
continuously comparing our wages with other
wages.In Rate' RateOperator but their demands: must be practical and realistic.

$ 27 to S 39 per week The earnings of the Company are such that we are

Installer-Repairman $ 28 to $62 per week now appearing before the Public Service Commissions

Stenographer:; $123; to $190 per month throughout the Southeast asking for increasesin
the present negotiations with the Union we
rates to help meet the costs of wage increases
have offered a renewal of our present liberal contract -
Medium: granted last year. Should present negotiations
but the Union insists upon unreasonably large Exchange*--
wage increases. Operator $ 25 to 9 S3; per week result in large wage increases: we must immediately -

Installer-Repairman $ 27 to $ 58 per week' seek additional telephone rate increases to

Stenographer:; . $120 to $180 per month meet the increase in expen!'e9. It is with this in

mind that we are proceeding in our present negotiations -
with the Union.

26 MILLION DOLLARS Operator $ 22 to $31 per week'

Installer-Repairman $ 27 to $;)6 per weal AN OBLIGATION TO THE PUBLIC WELFAREThe

. Stenographer: (Not usually needed)
Telephone employees' wage rates are now the
Telephone Company Is asking Union lead-
highest in history. Thy have been Increased 75 (These rates do not Include premium paymentioned
ership to recognize the obligation of all of us to you
percent since January 1941. The largest increases abote.)
-The Public. We are pointing out to the Union in
have been in recent years and only last year and
our meetings that only by rendering a constantly
wage increases granted added approximately -
improved service in the most efficient manner -
26 million dollars to the annual pay of our em- We believe most people would agree that these possible
can the employees the Union and the Manage-
ployees. are good wages; there are in addition to good
.' ment continue to deserve good will..e must
\o" { .. z :. wages many other advantages in working for the your
\"C C not disregard the welfare of the public either in
Telephone Company including pen.sioD3-Qith full
our for service or the and continuityof
charge quality
111ge cost paid by the Company aicknesa and death benefits
are increase in wage rates and are in ad- ..
the service we render
eK elution to millions of dollars in regularly scheduled attractive working conditions holidays with

a j-aises give.our. employees. pay and vacations with pay-one. two or three

weeks, depending on lenght of service. In view of the facts presented here there does

l ru t1S be.M.. r ., ,I-I. I. t v not seem to be Justification fqr, cpm t'irev18--

This ij an Important Joint to remember in any ion.of our, working practice_.arvquet!
.. !..r.u:: UNION DEMANDS TOTAL $69.000.000 A TEAK
discussion- : demands:
Telephone wm Union nor for such large wag consequently -
we have offered the Union a year' renewalof
,'_' A" ,,' ..1.1 .: .:.r. MONTH IN THE AYERAGE TELEPHONE: BILL.
'.' :; ." the present liberal contract but with the right to

.These.gular: wagea have,_.been $&' advantage to reopen the matter of wage at a Ujzu *rfact hj9iffe9

.:'Telephone. employees for: many years. ,, The demands: of the Union on wages and other in conditions may justify. We sinceral 'trope the
'matters would increase the cot. of providing telephone Union will accept this offer.

service by about $69,000,000 a year. This

cornea to 70 percent of the Company's wage pay
Under our preseat contract thousand of our employees -
merits in 1946 It is more than 6 times our net We want to keep our employees happy about
receive increases often
wage aa as enorythrt'
month Other thousands receive increases: income in 1946. It would make our payroll alone their wages; and their jobs. We want to keep you

every six months or every year. over 2 million dollars more than the total of all pleased with your telephone rates and service, and.

the money we took in last year. we want to keep our investors satisfied about the

money they have put in the telephone busir.e-as

For it takes all three telephone user worker anflinvestor
In terms of the average telephone bill. it amount -to keep this business: golnle.

to about S3 30 per month to every one of a little

A f ive-d.iv. 10-hour week is the basic work period. more than 131.(1111telf'phlJrE': subscriber, and it n

Ncri-j.upt>rvisory employees such as operators linemen the telephone user after all who pays! us the money A telephone strike wouM be such a JI.riotn

installers and repairmen receive overtime pay that we pay out in wa es Wages that are too low thing for you. for Telephone employ..

for work beyond eight hours a day. 4rt( hours per are not fair to the employee* who do the work. and for the Telethon Company that everything -

week and alit receive premium pay for :unJ.1Y. tit'aies that are too nigh are not fair to the public possiM i"* Ming done to prevent it.

Holiday,. Kxemng: and Night work. who buy the service There U no excuse for a telephone atrUc


April 4, 1947 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Page Five

Cowart Williams i3 a graduate of Pahokee High CARD OF THANKS I GLADES TOWNS LIKE I Paul Rardin told the county commission -
V School Class of 1946. In sincere appreciation of the EASTERN STANDARD TIME I I' Monday.

Mr. Cowart enlisted in the Navy many kind words deeds and I Everglades communities are cooperating .
Miss Ruby Williams, daughter for six years following his grad- especially the lovely floral offer-' in the board's expressed I'i -- I

of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Williams ol uation from Pahokee High School ings in the loss of our Mother and i desire to adhere to Eastern standard Mrs. Nola Dragon was a visitorin
Canal Point, and Edwin C. Cow- in 1943 and now holds the rankof grandmother, Mrs. Anna Farnam I time in the coming summer Miami on Sunday and :Monday.
art son of Mr. and Mrs. Reppard AMM 2-c. He served in the Pa- May God bless every one of you. I I I
Cowart of Pahokee, were marriedat cific area during the war. Mrs. Ida Hawe --- -
the home of the bride's brother- I '
After the ceremony a receptionwas Mrs. L. J. Pape
in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. H held for the bridal party at Mrs. Loel Lence

F. Meade in Canal Point at 2:30p. the home of the bride's brother L. E. Farnam I Trees Vines Shrubs Citrus j

m., Sunday Mar. 30. Vows for and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Carl Farnam
the single ring ceremony were Robert Williams in Canal Point. and Families. of all sizes and varieties for

read by Rev. C. A. Moberg, pastor Mrs. Charles Brown, sister of the -- .. :your Selection.LANDSCAPING. }
of the Pahokee First Methodist
groom, served portions of the wed-
Church. ding cake and Mrs. Williams pre- Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Anderson
Mrs. Meade:: was matron of hon- sided at the punch bowl. have as guests this week Mr. and I

or and Albert Cowart brother of Following a brief honeymoon on Mrs. Otto J. Leonhard of Vero as you like it. We are organized and equipped to doa '.

the groom, was best man. the East Coast Mr. Cowart returned Beach and Bernhardt Kirkegaardof thorough job from plans to completion of planting.
The bride wore a yellow pastel this week to San Francisco Chicago 111. ,
suit with matching accessories anda where Mrs. Cowart expects to join Mrs. Leo Wroten has returned 1
corsage of white gardenias. She him later. from a 10-day visit with relatives As always, you are

.-. ia Burnswick, Ga. ; ; welcome at our I

Throneberry Scully Mr.: and Mrs. Dan Haynie of
Skyland. N. C., and Mr. and Mr. NURSERIES: 1100 Southern Boulevard (Route No. 25 at I
i Harold Glenn of Asheville N. C.. City Limits), West Palm'Beach, Florida i
Miss Dotty Scully, daughter of
Prince TheatrePahokee Mrs. F. L. Morrell of Vincent Ala., are guests of Mrs. Haynie's brother I I
and Herbert Throneberry son of and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mra. I ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO. I Iiii II

Mrs. Sally Throneberry of Paho Robert Phipps and Mrs. C. S I
Moore in Pahokee. i
Florida kee were married in Vincent on

Wednesday April 2, the single u_ __ ___ _____
Week April 6, 1947 ring ceremony taking place at the
home of hte bride's mother in the .

presence of a small group of relatives -
and Icose friends. ..

Sun.Mon.BADMAN'S Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Peerson.
Announces Details of
brother-in-law and sister of the

bride, were attendants.The .
bride graduated from Vincent .
High School in 1935 and be-

L1IERRf1fRY at fore Kahn's her marriage Department was Store.employed $20,000,000 Price Reductions

Mr. Throneberry is a graduate

of Normandy High School in Ten-
nessee and served in the U. S.
Aaaa er NA'MOl" A"M w..Eea. .. Details of the recently announced International
_$&._ha.rt. .tt.rol,0_......-_ Army for five years before comingto
Pahokee where he is now as- Harvester policy of making price reductionsto

sociated with the B. Elliott Ford save users of our products approximately FARM TRACTORS

agency. $20,000,000 a year have now been worked out. .--. 12 Models
Following) a wedding trip to
Tennessee where they will visit his We Have reduced prices on 163 models. These Reduced $10 to $134 (up to 10.69)) ?

Tues.Wed.. brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and cover 12 basic models of farm tractors, 123

RADIO'S MAi L Mrs. Carl Throneberry. the couple basic models of farm machines, 16 basic modelsof MOTOR TRUCKS

OF THRILLSI 4 will make their.home- in Pahoke industrial tractors and engines, and 12 mod- ....... 12 Models

els of motor trucks well certain motor
as as
Wilkinson HullMr. Reduced $50 to $300(1.9S to 3.6%)
BAXTER truck attachments. The new lower prices are "

effective as of March 10 1947.
r Colwr6q IKM4 and Mrs. Walter G. Hull of
Pahokee announce the marriage of These reductions were made not because of
their Miss Lois Clark .. 123 Models
daughter. any decline in demand, but because we believe
Hull, to Ellis Wilkinson, son of Reduced $2.50 to $122.50
nothing is more important to this country thanto
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson Sr., (1.9oto23.80)INDUSTRIAL
/ (
: the ceremony taking place at lower the prices of the goods people buy.

Folkston Ga., on Saturday Mar. While prices have not been changed on all
GRIME DOCTOR P/cruRE s t have made reductions wherever TRACTORS
II unu .urns sou 29.The products, we .
bride, following her graduation -
ttsiilt-sciltcr (Crawler-4) :Models
11111E a r from Pahokee High School, possible, in the amounts possible. Prices of

attended Florida Southern College many of our most popular products have been Reduced $35 to$50 ((1.0% to 1.6%)

-ALSO"Rhythm and Webb's Business College in substantially lowered.
Lakeland. She is associated with
Altogether, more than half of the company's
Roundup'Ken Hull Packing Co. In Pahokee.Mr.
Wilkinson is also a graduate customers will be benefited by the reductions,
models redaa.$22.75 in each
Curtis, Cheryl Walker of Pahokee High School and which range from 1 % to 23.8 v and from$2.50 CnslJr Cuttars-3
case (4.8% to 7.1%).
served for over three years in the oased list F.O.B.
to $300 item prices
per on Caftan Hirrottr-1 model reduced $33,75 (3.0!&).
Army during the war with overseas -
Chicago. MawMrMlBs-2 model reduced $.': .00 in each caN
duty in the Pacific.
DOUBLE FEATURE - Since the people have demanded that the (1.9% and 3%). ItsrudIrl
Ltsrs basic model reduced $2.50 (4.9%).
Fri. government withdraw from price control in
Pope MarshallMr. het is r-1 model reduced $25.5O 8.9%).
peacetime the responsibility to keep prices in -.$sn.IIr-l model reduced $13.00 (3.5%).

./) and Mrs. J. H. Marshall of check is back where it should be-in the hand 1111$1 WU-2 model reduced 12.00. and $17-00

Pahokee announce the engagement of business and industry. The business outlook (14.4% and 18.4%).

of their daughter Colleen Dillion makes it possible for us to move'toward the ttltka VSBMSI hays-2 modal reduced$17.00 in'each
to Roy Eugene Pope, son of Mr. case (11.5% and 19.6%).
goal ol lower prices, and we have felt a dutyto
and Mrs. William Pratt Pope of Fills* MM VMM Pass*-2 medal r.due.d$17.00
Canal Point. act as promptly. possible. ia each casa (11.3%.and 114%).

Miss Marshall, who was formerly Our ability to maintain these lower prices StsMMS ttarf Maw*sfc-2 taodek reduced ffr.00 and
associated with the Southern and % .
10.00 (18.5% 3.817.)
will the and
depend on supply price of materials
"x:: Bell Telephone Company In Win- c.-I teavrtan-4 modal redttoed $13.25 ta each
:.7"ALSO- ston-Salem N. C.. for two yearsduring we buy from others and on uninterrupted production c- (8% to 10.4%). .

the war, is now completingher at reasonable wage levels. TndIr Trsttr-1 bead '.... reduced $12.71(5.5%).

Mw 01DOUBLE education at the Pahokee The prices: listed here carry out our an- CMM-5: model reduced $8.00 to 118.00(1.9%
High School where she is a member -
She attended nounced policy that "Any price u too high if to 4.3%).
of the Senior Class. -
Mwtrtsl Trsrtsm (Wtasf)-4 baaic model reduced
Norton School of Art it can be reduced.
$19.00 to $56.00 (1% to 3.4%).
InVest Palm Beach last summer. Mntrtal I her Data-8 model reduced. from $10 OO
commander of the 25 More of Products
Mr. Pope, Types toircO.OO (2.3''r. to 11.4%).
Canal Point i
newly organized ...Track Attadunsts-7 item reduced from $3 25
American Legion Post 242 is a Ptows-52 model reduced from $9.00 to $20.00
graduate of Pahoke eHigh School (3<; to 10.7%: ). to $268 OO, including a change in specification on

Class of 1945. During the war hp tGJtlYltGrS-13 basic models reduced $5.00 to $1000 two items.

FEATURE served in the U. S. Navy with 12 (4.5i to 7.4 t':,">.

months of overseas duty in the Ustars std MADitastars model reduced $5.00 io e
each (2.8 to 4lc -.
caae % ;
Saturday Pacific theatre He is now associated -
with the Coburn Hardware Cora Plantvs-4 basic modeLs reduced $5.00 in each 1

I Company in Canal Point.Nnt case t3% to 4.8" .
"Navajo Trail"Johnny date has been set for the Grain tails-11 models reduced $14.25 to 20.00

I wedJn t4.4 1; to6.3"< Mack Brown i ---_._- lI sbasic:: models reduced $4 00 and Jll.SO

rorvry iioxuo \\11.1. <:25'and: ; Sr '.

-ALSO- MKKT: St all-MONTHLY: Swwp. Rjfc a-l model reduced $5.OO ((5_5'%).

P>C tsp Ray B<.Mr-1 model reduced $75.OO 14.1?:;).

"Notorious Lone The County Commission i'.l:l resume -1 S&lf-Pn>fMaid Combat-1 basic model reduced $122.50

its schedule of m"tm.n'" 13.4%).

the H-ond and f.nirth M.;>nJavs "r''
the month. in tra.1 of each Mon i .

GeraM Mohr. Janis Carter day. to a resolution
passed yesterday The backlog of
I INTERNATIONAL HARVESTERFriday had been disposed of. the

commissioners agreed I,

Six The Everglades News, Canal Point. Florida Friday. April 4. 1947

Egg Hunt To Start People's R. O Choir Lampi under will the present directionof the! Methodists Of Canal CHURCH SCIENTIST"UNREALITY"OF CHRIST, H. L. Swain Has

Pahokee Methodist Easter Cantata "Redemption'sSong j Point Have Full is the subject of Birthday Party

Easter ProgramsThe ," Easter ProgramThe the Lesson-Sermon which will be
I The Men's Bible Class held their read in Churches of Christ Scien- Mr- H L. Swain entertained at

i semi-annual election of officers tist, throughout the world on Sunday her home Wednesday evening witha
observance of Easter will last Sunday with L. J. Fraser be- newly installed tower chimesof dinner
April 6. party, honoring her hus-
begin at the First Methodist I ing elected president O S. Bacon,' the Canal Point Methodist I The Golden Text is: "Every tree band on his birthday anniversary.
Church in Pahokee with Easter Church will begin their .,
an service as
vice president and Robert Walker : that Guests included her parents Mr.
bringeth not forth
Egg Hunt for the Sunday School Secretary-Treasurer. Rev. C. T., Call Worship in the Houses of hewn good fruitis and Mrs. J, A. Henderson. Mr and
down and
cast into the
The school will meet at the churchat I God in the community on Easter "
Howes will continue to serve as I' I fire" (Matthew 7:19). Mrs. \ A. Henderson and sons
1 30 p. m. Saturday. There will Teacher. The class showed many' Sunday. At the Methodist Churchthe Among the citations Jeff and Dale Mrs Edna Folson

be a practice of the Easter Pro- new faces. It is expected that the I worshippers will find a church I prise the Lesson-Sermon which com-.I and daughter Patsy Miss Odell

gram for the Sunday School to be I class will realize its greatest attendance I completely refinished inside and : following from the Bible "I is have the 1 Henderson and Eugene Henderson
followed with the egg hunt. There on Easter Morning at out. The men of the church painted !seen all the works that all of Lake Harbor Mr and Mrs
will be plenty of eggs and follow- 9:45 a. m. The men of the com- the outside of the church, and under the are Doyle Worth of Clewiston. Vinson
sun; and. behold, all is
ing the hunt there will be refresh- will find cordial welcome this week the trustees arrangedwith Henderson
munity a vanity and vexation of spirit . and Gay, Harry, Jr.
ments served to those present. awaiting them among this fine Loel Lence to repaint the inside And I gave my heart to know wisdom Jimmy and Linda Sue Swam all
Mrs G. B. is and in soft tones.
Ramey chairman : group of men. ivory and to know madness and of Pahokee.
is being assisted by the Superintendents -i - At the Sunday School service
I Ii folly: I perceived that this also L
and Teachers of the awards will be presented to the WATERWORKS IMPROVFMEVTPAHOKEE. : :
vexation of
spirit. For in muc5wisdom
school. i young men and women of Bill FLORIDA
is much grief: and he that INVITATION FOR BIDS
Sunday Morning Service will begin Johnson's Young People's Class asa I increaseth knowledge increaseth Sealed proposals will be received by
reward for their the City of Pahokee Florida at the
at 9:45: a. m with aU classes outstanding sorrow" (Ecclesiatstes 1:14, 17. office of the City Clerk Pahokee flor-
beginning their study period immediately record in the Class Contest. These I 18.) Ida. until eleven o'clock A. M.. E S, T.
awards have arrived A joint session April 30th 1947 at which time they
after assembling and at The Lesson-Sermon also includesthe will be opened and pub Icly read for
aXr. andIrs.. Merl Wilson of of the School will,
10.15; the entire Sunday School Sunday following passage from the Waterworks Improvements In the City
Canal Point announce the birth of mark the presentation In the' of Pahokee Florida
Kill assemble in the Church for Christian Science textbook, "Sci- The principal Item of work to be
the Easter program by the Sun- I'.I a son Garry at the Everglades contest which should close this ence and Health with Key to performed are as follows: ill Extension -

day School. This service will closein Memorial Hospital on April 1. i week, the Intermediate Class. Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy: Installation to water of fire dl".tnbutlont..m hydrants and taller and

time for the Morning Worship Pahokee announce the birth of a taught by Marian Stokes and Mrs "KNOWLEDGE Evidence obtained 121 Enlarge water plant building Install -
Ii Joe Parker crossed the finish line new pumps filter water treatment -
Mr and Mrs J. A. Peacock ot
Service 11100 I
at a. m. from the five corporeal senses, tank and incidental piping and
At the Morning Worship Ser- son, Wayne, at the Everglades Memorial i for second place. The Junior Class: mortality, beliefs and opinions human appurtenances. 131 New elevated tank.
I IIr. taught by Mrs Wilson and Mary PlansPf'C'IfIC'ations and contract
Hospital on Mar 31.
vice the pastor, Rev C. T. Howes, I theories doctrines hypotheses document< will be open to public
will use as his subject: "The I :\ and Mrs. \V. E. Strange of Helen Hooks, is slightly behind the ; that which is not divine anis inspection, at the Office of the CityClerk.
Pahokee Florida.
or may
Okeechobee the birth ofa Primary Class of Mrs T. W. Griffith I
Empty Tomb". Special music by I announce I the origin of sin. sickness, anJ obtained from Smith and Oillespie
daughter Rana Laletia at the for third place. TheVomen's death, the opposite of spiritual Consulting Engineers. Post Office
the adult choir The Baptism o'
1048 Jacksonville Florida.
babies the reception and recognition -I Ev'rgladesIemorial Hospital on and1E'n's Classes are battling it I Truth and understanding" (590:4)CONGRKSSMXVS deposit of J20 00 The full amountof upon
Mar 27. out for the last place'! -. the deposit for one set of docu-
of members with
new appropriate mt'nt.11 be returned' to each
Mr and Mrs Alvin Armstrongof Another presentation in tV ;
; SON Is
ceremony will be the con- I Bidder and all other depositswill
Miami announce the birth of a joint session on Sunday School attendance VCONNFLL'SSSIVTNT be refunded with the deduction -
cluding part of the sen.'ice. the last ten weeks I, of $1000 for each set which
at Miami hos- over
son, Gary amount coders the
The evening observance of Easter cost of reproduction -
pital on Saturday. :May 29. Mr has been perfect. Mr Blair was Dwight L. Rogers Jr. son of the of these documeat. upon
will be marked by the
presen- return of all documents In good
tation of a beautiful Easter worship Armstrong is the son of Dr. and pleasantly surprised by the response -I Florida Congressmas Tuesday w"s condition within ten days after the
Mrs. L. W Armstrong of Pahokee. to his offer for in other I date of opening bids
service on the church lawn churches he never had more than scheduled to replace LeisIaire I Bids must be accompanied by a
back of the church at 6:00 p. m. -- I .. certified check or bid bond In an
six and usually only four, who I as assistant State attorney for the amount not less than five percent ofthe
Francis Williams has returned
The young people of the churchare bid
qualified, but here in Canal Point I i 15th circuit, 'ffectin'Iay 1. I
preparing the service and are, to Winter Garden after a visit No bid mav be withdrawn for a
he has found 32 who will receive i! Rogers was appointed to the period of thlrtv days after the scheduled -
inviting the entire church to be with his sister Mrs Ruth Mizellin of
time for
closing the receipt
: I red-letter Bibles as a gift from [ post Monday by Go,'. Caldwell to bids:
present At 7:30: p. m. the Young Pahokee.
him. A small consolation prize fill the vacancy caused by Mane The Owner reserve the right to re-
----- will be presented to boys and girls resignation. Phil Connell.. West lect any or all bid and to waive Informalities -

ssasass sscascseae Y Y t M f Y Y t Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y + who have missed only one Sunday.The Palm Beach is State attorney for CITY OF PMIOKEE FLORIDA
Worship Service at 11 a. m. the circuit Py (signed) W P Walker
("It v Clerk
< a will feature beautiful Easter music Pub: Mar 28. Apr *. 11 1947

i Camera Enthusiasts by the choir 'Easter Dawn". The

< a sermon will be on the theme Ring J fA"..T\f s .

the Bell! Don't Toll It!" The ser-

r+ <*:a vice will again be marked by the HERBERT'S Fine

Sacrament of Baptism and this Cnothe0nloren

Sunday we shall receive new mem- Men
The Camera Center I
bers into our Church. New mem- TAILORED TO MEASURE

will include Bonnie Winona
4' bers
Have Your Ladies' Clothes Tailored I
sra Miller Kendrick Eugene Buchanan -

t and Mack Allan (Buddy) By A Man's Tailor

is now equipped with a repair ;: : Parker who studied for ten weeksin I

:t department. work .!. the Pastor's Class. Joe Parker. AL BELCHERBOX
Jr. already a member, also com-

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Easter CantataAt Revival Starts 8 IV THE CIRCUIT COtRT. IS.SD
; Apr. Woman's
Church Chimes At Society FOR PALM BE tCH COUNTY.

Methodist Church i: azareneChurch Met Tuesday P. :\1.A. CHANCERY FLORID>O. 23100.
Methodist Church :
Robert O Lampi director will :Modern :Miracle of Science'! Can -
of the Jlir.
program in celebration A P. CHISH :
present the Young People's Choirof : they happen Come and hear Dr. Will 100th year of mission work in Defendant
Dedicated -
the Pahokee First Methodist U. E. Harding' Hoosier Evangelist. China was presented byIrs.: . TO A P CHltoHOLM C-O M\TTIECHISHOLM
Church in an Easter cantata. "Re- Author Humorist-The Man who Frank M Wilson at the April!I RURAL ROUTE NO 1.
demption's Song," in the churcn Sees Through the Eye of the Deac A gift to the :Methodist Churchof meeting of the Canal Point :Methodist -' \ are hereby required to appear lathe

auditorium on Sunday, April 6, at Tuesday, April 8-20 at the Canal Point has brought the Woman's Society of Christian April above A. D.Court 1947.on same the 7th being dar Rule of
7:30 p. m. I Nazarene Church in Pahokee. beauty of recorded church musicto Service held Tuesday after- Day of said month at the Court House
The cantata written by Fred B Dr. Harding has pastored large the entire community The noon at the home of Mrs A. R. In West Palm Beach Palm Beach
Countv Florida. to answer to the Bill
Holton is composed of eight partsas I churches in big cities has traveled church this week installed an am-I Harrington. Mrs R. Earl Maxsonwas of Complaint for Divorce filed against

follows from coast to coast as evangelist plifying system and phonographic i in charge of the devotional Everglades you In the News above a entitled newspaper' cause regularly and-
1, "A New Song," with soprano yet he delights to illustratehis pick-up capable of broadcastingover I At the business session Mrs. 1V.P. I published in Palm Beach County
solo part by Joan McLarty. m(>5Sagesith the human interest the entire townsite and adjoining . Pope was named delegate to Florida newspaper Is In hereby which designated this order as shall the
2. "Ride on in Majesty," fea- of boyhood days on the farm areas the music of cathedral the state WSCS Conference in published once each week". for: four
turing the male chorus. in Southern Indiana. chimes and organ selections. Daytona Btach.Irs.: Wilson win! consecutive weekly Iv-ues
DONE- AND- ORDERED at west Palm
3. "Midnight in the Garden," After more than forty years of Used each Sunday before the Sunday be alternate delegate. The group Beach Palm Beach County Florida,
with soprano and alto duet by almost total blindness Dr. Hard- School session and the Worship voted to purchase a new Bible fsr this 5th day of March. A. D 1947
: J. Alex Arnette Cleric of the
Joyce Fields nad Helen Howes. ing now sees through the eye of Services the music will serveas the church pulpit.At Circuit Court Palm Beach
4. "And He Bearing His Cross the dead since the cornea from a Call Worship to all of the the conclusion of the meetingthe County Florida
CircuIt Court Seal)
Went Forth," with bass solo part the eye of an 81 year-old lady Churches of the Community. It group gave a party and stork I I By Thaddle P. Plant.

by Eddie Stanley and alto solo after her death was transplantedinto can also be used for special church shower in compliment to Mrs WM .. Thadd Whidden Deputy Clerk
part by Joy Padgett. his own. In 1939. Dr. Green. holidays.The : Blair. Thirty-five were pres- I Attorney for Plaintiff
5. "Now Upon the First Day of Eye Specialist of San Francisco, donor of the amplifying sys- ent. :! Pub: March 7. 14. 21 and 28. 1947
the Week." performed the delicate operation. tem has asked that the gift be -- -. -
6. "Death is Swallowed Up in He removed the cornea from the presented anonymously Two albums Bulls or said to be color blind. I Use Classified Ads

Victory" with alto solo part by eye of Mrs. Margaret Carr which of Cathedral Chimes and

Louise Hamilton. she had willed to him. and trans Cathedral Organ records have also __ ___ .._
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7. "We Shall See Jesus" with' planted it to the eye of Dr. Hard- been sent from Chicago aa another --T :: ,

baritone solo part by Earl Chance. ing. This was one of the first ope- anonymous gift.
8. "Rejoice and Be Glad. rations of its kind performed in The Methodist minister. Rev.
The choir includes sopranos this country. The operation received William T. Blair has invited the
Joan McLarty. Jean Wilson Loretta nation-wide publicity in the local Baptist congregation and the .
Wilson. Yvonne Fraser : newspapers and his story was minister. Rev. Don Pmson. to take Announcing:

Joyce Fields and Barbara Wroten; I featured in a national broadcastof part in the Service of Dedicationon
altos-Joy Pad ett. Louise Hamilton "We. the People." April 13.
I Hear him in Person-Every --. .
and Helen Howes; baritones--
Earl Chance. Edd Howell Ray'I Night 7:30. :Mrs. Harding. Solist Lions Plan Officer

11 a w k. Jr.. Milton Salvatore I' and Song E.angelist.11 have Harold JohnsonNEW
Frank Rozelle. Jr. Eddie Stanleyand charge of the singing. Election Next WeekAt

Murray Weeks. Phyllis Belkis NOTICE
piano accompanist. Public notice Is hereby given that the Tuesday luncheon meet-
undersigned Intends to register;
- the fo the Pahokee Lions Club
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of ing
TAKES NEW POLICE JOB Palm Beach Countv Florida. pursuantto President Duncan Padgett namedL.
865 09 Florida Statutes 1941,
T. H. Terrell former night i the Section fictitious name' .. J. Fraser, Jess M. Elliott. G. :M. I .
policeman at South Bay and P&M: UMBER COMPANY: Belk. Frank Rozelle and Rupert I tI
Under which We are engaged In business -
er Pahokee policeman has form-I In Pahokee FloridaJ. Mock all past presidents of the I
ed a like position at the \ W. POLLARD club on a committee to nominatenew
Camp at Sand Cut. I I Pub: Mar 14. 21. 28. Apr. 4. 1947 officers for the club's annual'I Manager
election next week. ;
James Harry Wilkinson Jr., was i!

appointed to represent the club on i
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the athletic council being formed FORChristian iI

SPECIALIZING IN by representatives of the American I
Legion. Elks Lodge Rotaryand : ,

BODY & FENDER REPAIRSTIRES On Lions the Clubs program Rev C. T. ;

Howes, pastor of the Pahokee ChevroletAll .

TIRES AND AUTOACCESSORIES First Methodist. Church, gave a
talk on 'TheIeaning:: of Easter."
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Eight The Everglades News, Canal Point. Florida Friday April 4, 1947
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; #I Buddy and Annette Peeples, :Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Shirley ant
Glades Pepper Brings I $9,000 Collected ;
i spent Sunday in Miami visiting. daughter, Peggy Lynn spent the

1[ their mother, Mrs. L. C. Peeples wE'ekE'ndith relatives in Tampaand
Over $7,000 For CarFloods In Chest CampaignCommunity !i at the Jackson Memorial Hospital Parrish.

I where she recently underwent an Mrs. Esther LePils is a patient

Chest President I operation.V. :, at Good Samaritan Hospital. West
and frosts which create vegetable shortages in Frank Shaughnessy said yesterday I 1 \ H. Kemp, who has been ill at Palm Beach where she recently

the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region may play havoc that workers' hopes are still I the Everglades Memorial HospitalI underwent an operation. Mrs
is to be nice LeFils of
reported improving is matron
with many of the growers' efforts, but these unfortunate bright and that they expect to i I I I ly this week. the Pahokee a past OES worthy
carryings-on played right into the hands of Fritz Stein, reach the $12,600.00 goal within
of this week Fritz sold the next week or ten days.
Belle Glade farmer. On Tuesday a .
carload of pepper for fancy prices. More than $7,000 in wt"ekIr.On Wednesday. night said of this I
Shaughnessy that
cold cash was realized for the sale which took place on more than $9,000 of the goal had II I

the platform of Pioneer Growers in Belle Glade where been collected. Another concerted -

Lee Hayman is sales manager. drive will be made, he said, YOUR af

100 Crates Extra Fancy Pepper, each $12.35 $1,235 to missed,contact in the any first folks weeks who of were the '
(Bought by Lester Duncan for Chastain Farms) dri\e.

300 Crates Fancy Pepper, each $10.90 3,270 The Dollar a Day ('lub--\\hf"rt ,
(Bought by Roy Segree of Segree Produce Co.) a person pledge $365 for the

300 Crates Choice Pepper, each $ 8.GO 2,580 year or SI a day-is .
Bought by Roy Segree of Segree Produce Co.) but rather slowly. This gro\\in.-I

where the donors will get

Total of 700 Crates $7,085 names printed smack, dab on
this front page when the drive is
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('.\lm THANKS much larger than this when we
I Baseball Team Is print the members the Dollara
\Ve wish to thank our many
Day club.Harold .
friends for their kind words an-J I .
deeds during the illness and deathof Organized Canal
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our daughter Sybil Lucille. \ c Johnson New

who especially were wish so thoughtful to thank in sending those Point And Pahokee Chevrolet Service :Man

floral offerings. We shall always I i
Harold Johnson, who is well.I
remember these kindnesses. i L .
Pahokee and Canal Point baseball ]j '
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Rogers I known in the community for his r
I players have organized and an
and Family.I'RODC.TION j ability in maintaining and servicing :
independent team known as the j I t'c
-- East Beach Baseball Team whiftij I i mechancal equipment, has accepted .' .. stock and install precision-engineered International -
ASSOCIATION has joined the South Florida I,, the position as Service S
MEETING IN BELLE GLADE Coast-Glades League. Stewa't'' Manager for Christian Chevrolet.' Truck parts-just like the originals In
At 8:30 p. m. next Tuesday Air. Johnson will be
Spooner and Joe Tom Boynton art complete
International Trucks. They fit and st.lIulllp. That'swhy
night the Farmers Production Association
co-managers of the East Beachers charge of all servicing, repairing !
will hold a meeting in, League- play will start with d body and paint work, and servicing thev're our best bet-Just as any scr\ice done
the city hall in Belle Glade. Laons Lake Pa for of (
II game with Worth on the delivery new cars an
and aid to farmers will be the hokee city park diamond Sunday trucks. Every repair job will bs [:I in our shop is your best bet, because our skilled

main topic under discussion Apr. 6, at 3 p. m. The team's complete tested and thoroughly inspected by, ''
Growers do not have to be members schedule of league games- him. mechanics use InternationaI-Appro\edequipment

to attend. They are urged to will be announced as soon as it is Before acct'ptingthis positionMr. t : x for testing: and service, and follow International-
be present. completed.The Johnson operated a repair shop sra.t
-------- East Beach nine will meet of his own. In talking with Mr ,,, Approved methods and practices. So bring jour
IN THE COUNTY JUlir.E'S COURT IN the Pahokee Blue Devils in a Christian, owner of the concern,
prac j
AM FOR PALS: REACH COUNTY, trucks for and service that
:N to producetruck
FLORID tice game at the city park this he seemed very pleased in an- ,, : parts

IN RANSOM RE: EARL SMITH. :: Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock. The nouncing Mr. Johnson's taking! r operating profits.GLADES .
Deceased. team's pitching staff is expectedto over his Service Department, ass:
APPLICATION FOR FINAL include Marion Spooner. Clydt he stated that his service worries
DISCHARGE Alley, Ike Jacobs. Bill Elam Hugh will be over, and once again he I! CO.
Branch and Walker. I can stress the
Pop point quality :
Notice Is hereby- given that I have
filed my Final Report as Executrix of Other players reporting foi work. [I
the Estate of Ransom Earl Smith. Deceased Cxl\>i I'IlON:481 1'.V IOKEE:. FLA.
: that I have filed my Petitionfor practice are Joe Sims. Sam In looking around the Chevrolet j
Final Discharge and that I will Scruggs, Dorsey Pugh. Kenneth garage, it seems that once agair
apply to the Hon. Richard P. Robbins I
County Judge of Palm Beach County. Mock. J. T. Boynton. S. SpoonerJ. they are prepared to do expert J
Florida. April 22. 1947. for approval of D. Newell, I. J. Frasure, Jr. service. o
the same and for final discharge as . I I4. ne.a.nowa
Executrix: of the Estate of Ransom Homer Frasure, Harlow Sims Har- -
Earl Smith. Decesaed. Ian Sears. Billy Rawls. Wilbur I Mr. and Mrs. Seth Roberts had
DATED this 20th day of March. A.
D. 1W7. Geiger, Harry Fremd. Fred Taylor. as a guest Monday her brother I a
Lonls D. Smith (Beut Charles Phillips Red Williams Henry McArthur of Jacksonville I
As Executrix: of the Estate of II
Ransom Earl Smith.Deceased. George Tucker. Melrose Thomr- I
Pub: March 21. 28. April 4. 11, 1947 son Ray Thompson, Hilburn Mur-

phv. Tunney Murphy, and Doss I, --

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Dr. R. Creech, Jr. Believe It-Or Not! I 9 Houses For Sale :

OptometristPHONE A Canal Point shopper in west I

Palm loading Beach- on her Monday car and afternoonwas I Located Back Of The State :Market :

371 I vertently set her Easter inad-I

bag against a light pole on
New Elsberry I Dixie and forgot it. Bright and I

Building her E'arlyV"dnesday husband" went" morning back to she We.tPalm and These houses were built but never used by employees of the '

Beach" and found the" bagbelieve -- Co-Op. We will sell the group or one at a time to be' .

Belle Glade, Florida left it the is or afternoon not--right before.where she the buyer of all nine will get the toilet facilities. ;

Mail in repairs -.. Should the buyer desire to purchase the land also we can I

or I The date o fthe baseball game : work out a deal for this sale.
1 between the Pahokee High Blue
: Devils and the Palm Beach Junior
replacementsTractor One House
College nine, originally scheduledto $1,250.00
; be played in Pahokee on May
I 13. was changed to Thursday afternoon -
of this week" because of a ,
conflict in date .

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