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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: April 18, 1947
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
notis - AKF8469
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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18, 1947 PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDINCIRCULATING



THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY




High School Band I B. Elliott NamedOn Edward Jensen Is Hazen Enroute To I i Mrs. A. D.Beverly Is

10 Committees Jungles Of Africa I

Holds RehearsalsRobert I Lions PresidentEdward Pahokee PTA Head
State Rep. B. Elliott has been The Everglades News .:" in ;e-1

assigned to the following commit .eipt of a card from Dr. O E i

O Lampi and his Paho tees in the House of Representatives A. Jensen Pahokee 1 Hazen who is on his way to hu.it'' Mrs A. D. Beverly was elected

kee High School Band are putting I I : Education B of which he is postmaster, was elected presidentof big game in the Belgian Congo! president of the Pahokee Par-

the finishing touch on their ; chairman, appropriations, drainage the Pahokee Lions Club at the The welcome card wa mailelj i
ent-Teacher Association at the
hearsals for the State :Music and water conservation, motor annual club election held Tuesdayat from Bms- Belgium and stat J |j
r'I-I I Apnl meeting t.C'ldlond,1)' nightin
val and Contest in Miami I vehicle and earners, census and the regular luncheon netting that ht'a leaving that afternoon I

2426. apportionment public amusement : Other new officers elected for the for the "jurgle of Africa:* i! the nigh school auditorium.

Fortv-three Florid senior and public utilities state prisons aid coming :year were Manning I. l He said that lad weather and ;; Other new officer elected for next

junior high school bands of Classej: convicts, hotels and inn keepers Keen first vice president: A. J, I tra"eling'ondltlOns had held up..: school ;year were Ned Kocher, firstvice

A, B, C. D and E will participate and alcoholic beverages. L'vt'ly. secondice presdent: Paul the party for several days. president: John Rogers, sec-

in the festival which is being conducted --- .-- Tillerv.. third vice president: Cur- --- und vice president: Dennis, Caudi'.l
under the sponsorship of tis Chase, secretary treasurer: !*-ill vice president: Mrs C. 1-

the Florida Bandmasters Associa George M Belk. Lion tamer: Segree Beans First ; Shirley, secretary, and Mrs.. L. J.

Scout JamboreeAnd Leonard Dobrow, tailtwister: L. J. Fraser treasurer
tion.The Out Of The Glades
Pahokee High School Band Fraser and Rupert :Mock direc- i' The recommendations of the

a Class C aggrt'gation.111 enter Barbecue 22ndThe ors. By Air FreightDespite nominating committee, composed
concert playing sight reading anJ I Dr. U. E Harding. Indiana evangelist : of Elmer Jones Mrs Frances Mc-

drill contests and will be trying who is conducting revival "dirty weather" the firs; Donald Harlow and Mrs G Law-

for a first division rating in all North Glades District of I at the Church of the Nazarene. air shipment of nap" beans from ton Sims were accepted by unanimous
three contests for the fifth consecutive was guest speaker The subject of vote Mrs Beverly who
Boy Scouts of America will have j I
a the Glades to northern markets I
jear It will also be his talk was "The Work of Lions served as PTA secretary througlthe
36 bands that will join Scout Jamboree and Barbecue on got under way as scheduled Sun j past success Carl A.
among the Clubs in Sight Con!'(>rvation. vear
in the presentation of a massed I the grounds of the Elks Club of I Duncan Padgett retiring president ;- day afternoon I I Moberg who has held the office of
The of 140 of
concert in the Orange Bowl stadium :: Pahokee on Tuesday Evening April was presented with a master cargo hampers president for the past two consecutive -
extra beans flown b
fancy were > I Installation of new
on April 25. Other Class C 22nd beginning at 6:30. I membership key for obtaining 2.:> years.
the International Air Freight Inc.in
conduct at the
bands that are expected to attend officers will be
Committees have been arrangedas new members Membership keys DC-3 with Earl. i
a plane Capt.
include Melbourne May .
the State festival meetingAt
C. A. Batch-
Stuart Avon Park, Lake follows: Barbecue V. C. Denton. I were also received by Grisby, chief pilot, and Richard the business session the local
and A. R
elor. I, J. Frasure, Jr. .
Wales and Jasper. 1'haddVhiddt'n and Jack of Beatt\. co-pilot at the controls PTA went on record as endorsingthe
Harrington The presentation The beans were packed and shipped
- I educational bill now beirgprepared
and Publicity new
Chastain; Promotion -
made H. E. Ear-
the keys were by
by the Segree Produce Com for vote in the State
Blue Devils Split 2 C. T. Howes; Program and 1 wood Lions zone chairman.STEWARDS . pany and consigned to Leef- Legislature. A donation of $S3.81

Games During WeekWith Games, Frank Rozelle and X. L. - Schniebeck Company.., New, York:, '""ts ted tor local cub scout
Garrison Installation and Court i MEETINGThe -
; City r work, this sum to be drawn from
y of Honor. Alton Jones; Finance Board of Stewards, of The of the I
Roy Segree. proprietor
the score all tied up 2 to the welfare) fund.
Howell. First Methodist Church of Paho-
A. Q. I
the initial shipment
2, at the end of the seventh tJe concern making Mrs C. A. Shire cafeteria smervisor. -
issued to kee will meet in the Church Sun-
Invitations being
are
deal of credit
Pahokee High School Blue Devil9 is due a great i I reported that free lunches
all registered Scouts, their parentsand day at 2:30 P. M. All members of the
for the I I
making experiment to
served underprivileged -
nine required an extra inning to valued at $90 were
scouters and the Board are urged to attend. :
sponsoring
Broward Bull success that it was. Plans and children at theschool
defeat the South agencies This area includes Pa- Reports for the progreess of the execution of them to make tt.t'l Sh
3 to 2 the city park{ cafeteria during March. -
dogs. on I
hokee and Canal Point. It is expected church will be received and plans off without hitch
a
diamond Friday afternoon.The j I shipment go !I also reported that cafeteria chargeaccounts
that all the Cub Scouts will for the work ahead will be discussed were carried to successful conclusion total
was made bv outstanding now
Centerfielder winningrun Fred Taylor who attend along with the Scouts. by Mr. Segree and his crew $625. Mrs. Ralph Stanley, cafetena .

Devils' 5 hits of workmen The beans were shipped I was authorized to
got two of the Blue --------- - - - manager
and is leading his teammates with from the Geiger dusting air- send out statements of these overdue -

a batting average of .371. In the Rardin Secures 3 port on Bacom Point road insteadof I accounts in an attempt to collect -

last half of the eighth Taylor hit from the strip on the lake sid I money badly needed in the

to first went to second on an overthrow of the dike as originally planned I cafeteria treasury. It was voted

to first then to third on This pioneer shipment of Glades I that the balance if any remainingin
vegetables was made under thesponsorship : cafeteria fund at the end o:
Billy Rawls' bunt and scored on the
J. E Spooner's- bunt down the More New Trucks of the Pahokee Lion ', the school year he left undisturbedthrough

third base line. Southpaw Harla.i Club in cooperation with IAF. Tie I the summer months instead -
.
Sears held the Bulldogs to 5 hits Lions became interested in making of transftnng it to the PTA

and was credited with one of Pa the air .shipment:;; after the' general I fund as has been the custom -

hokee's hit*. For County WorkThree heard a talk "Vegetable Shipments :I I in the past
On Wednesday afternoon of thi- b\ Air Freight" hv AlexiOholen i I The monthlv attendance award

week The Blue Devils were swamped =kI \F president at last I I went to Mrs C'harll'.ttt'Vahtnn'I

bv the Belle Glade Rams!' U i -. i'ek's luncheon meetirg I fifth grade at the lementaiv
thetrailer
I n.onn.." truckr\ heavy duty truik to pull '
the home diaivond i Among the group who saw theireo I school and to the tenth grade tis"P..a
2 on
to in a game .
Ram Pitcher Williams consistently I added 1 thi. \\.. k to the county I on \\hirh the aclme l ) and I '- plane take off was Bill Bos MrNamara and Ned
fleet in the Ola-les district of Ixillilo/er are mined therefore
whizzed his peed bill I worth uih.quiito'is manager of the Kochersponsor.". at the* high;:
I'-alni Heath county'. .ucording I pure ha.M n11v made of one bigger !
tonal Serviceo got
Florida' Pu
Pahokee batters trikirg: erhnr.l
the .
pat ('.. oniniissinneT Paul triK-k. It sill hale a 'i\
( 'unt
to ( I I :
out 12 Six Blue Devil I errors!' ..1'tht' several l good hots"of the historIMIM Miss Barbara :Narmra. pro-
: Kardm who .cured the trmks \ard (:111111' IM..I|\ which iixai.t-
21
last two inning also helped I' \-t P'am:: chairman presented' m m-
for county road cork in thisarm. ltui<-ehat the other tnnkshaul -
Pan-
the Rams to run up an imp sin, I hers of the high school's
The tnuks wereut tn '
core near the end of the game i I'I'i s, IMOKMTION .\rr:can <"lob In a rtmpram 01'
work hauling nx'k on the men ..."uni..irn..r is animt.. '
The
------ ( I Veterirx working: or visiting' ;: in "The Ian-American Union" L*eShirley
.\....S''T.In'S M\N .IOI' '1( ('lnr.. road which i.. (Mine ; that riti/.'n.. and ijxierkn > th:s area who have legal reidenrei read fov Caldwell prnr-

IIKI-TI\N ST.UT built oountv finesNeu I.n\\ \\hl'rotI".ir inone% coe: I II I other !'ta*. !s' will he interetefi 1 liiration designating April 11 IU

tnitks h.tIt.en hard tn j therefore, thi. -torto tnlisht- :- h.'nils information received th" Pan-American Day and the othr

R.>b,'rt SulUneer has ac'eptcd .1 get and lUirdin li.i>. corked in- en them in regard tn new .vptip-, i I week bv the local veteran1ervi' Ambers save brief talks on *" .,

.Hi ition as assistant parts min n....antI.\ .inn' fie .....h office tn ,".lit pun liaxil l"\ theint\ Leer Several States have paj.",<- Jliw vinous ro mtn_ making ur .

nger with <*hn!'tnn Chevrolet. Mr build' up the niimU of tni..kxallottiil \\hirh e\entu.ill\ find.. its sits paving honuse to veterans of t.nnT'

<''11.'iror came to Fltrid.from tit hidi..tri t't. In formtniro to this s..<.tion The three ne" R''rd War II who are legal re?int During the u cml hour i. '

:\1! I! \11. KSince coming! to Flori "T \ thi. district had 3 dump tnuks. including damp lw>.lie.. I e,... !" T'::.."e !'tatefar inlloI !*- raf..ter-a, whim fol] .wii the : .

walked with Hometown tru 'kv. last "Miniiut inlma i.o..t In th. neigtilxirrMMMl of 'ln 1' *'is.i 1aos\C'1U'E-tt4 \T:, higar refreshments' were m 1
:: rIt' hs pram
Itkt>rv' and with his brother vvron. viuifxvful in .-..<.nrnii: four n>-\\ S><.;VM> I HI. K. rilm .aid I. New Hnmpsr'ire a"V...!::":;* \ < hM'! George B RamevVie '. ".

, .'rates a Ra,ho It-pur:: Shop truck hiih h,'Ijwtl gn-itl\ Inroad For tho... uho d. i't Unow nrhlp an 'xamplp! "f wuat fK:s t'in'. \ %" T 11Mrs Ltr XV A

,"hn:
i t npo.t parts system arc with three addition net nnk.. inth dri::lin*' i-. l.Mifei| in the ii>unt\ <, *! i:" nth T-i' v- .. .:t:' wi- Mr'H L Ja 5',", uf..,trs M5M.
thi.. wtt'U. the <.li .. -- ..' ant $' -- -- -----
fad.tl u.1\ tHan'r: ai'1' jo' < < ri.. k pit hat k f te ..h..I..I'" : :" 1 ;: es-:' rv : :

Mr Sufengrr :C-. I".t mt. ft"': district; ni.\a h... >i-\f'n trio kin state nuirket Ms a nu s7T .- : "h :1. nth .. ..v r-f'a" '1.'v = :\\' ,n\'In: .

that it i- will ? r.'\ 'i'.',\ to serve \ I o.tiilitioii an l one .KI triaL ,.;Vi. bull d ./er i isarmnz: lt.. - -- --- ---

.' pi.blu! In parts and .=erviceoiiui that nuihue to I..> i...n>i.'inil keep on the new M<'(1urv rmit.: T' V' r1.\- ....,,- t I* .. :" .. 1 ff'T <".< -..4tqT" .

-- ------ at an\ time Roth p..' .te U.*.f': (o.:1: Pat / gal vt..r ana in rf.f'
: 01'liu'ri- Tniok mlin.inl\ _>l h\ the -rurtsl bIlanlin durinc the -i P.t.pt; \rr:; 27-21. .n< !'i,i. ..pes: r.f tmnortar.' r 1'."*. )

'untf..'r hauling are of the jvi..t 1-: month.n iirh e.|"Ult,- Mr and Mrs P P '5 fo Mov.. II' treat Palm r> cr P' .

The ord:ninie of tI\pti.rn wag ho thr -\ard (-anuitiKh \ tntu inert e\iste in thi. district f.*- and Mr Thurmond Knight, Mr a* Claude A Jonerrvte '< ' +

,. .'nhl.tt'\1 this". iit fo... ILnJm took office a little and MM F. M Shal iphnmy. llr' : officer. has . . 4

.\ MoNrg. at 3 clock., C'aJL1PC thiterk While the third one" o\er tuoear aco The three and Mrbe Dobrorw Mr awl ; photnttattc copvtnir m ,'

>lnt Baptist Chunrt The publiicrd uas d Uua ;.4.iti !L nm tnnks at that time> were |oo..Ied Mrs O. R. BJ ft cb and R I*. (Sam will turn out pbotottk o
I'
.!' :allincited.. I ...itl| that the district n.+d. one with hand labor Chaitain to !c by 21 inefec ta stzEsfablished



Two The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Friday April IS. 1947


found John and Rosie grazing non- !: gistration last week reaffirmed a
THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing I chalantly.
AMr. : previous stand opposing repeal of
,
Recognizing their master, the
the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region deer accepted cigarettes their existing laws regulating primary

Established 1924 Published Every Friday: favorite food--and sweet potatoes, elections in Florida "regardless of
Subscription Price S2.00 Year In Advance and started following Gay home. the purpose involved"

The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn i and :Mrs.: J. C. Bowen of I --.- The action taken at the close
South Bay announce the birth of a'' Will Fight Repeal of the annual two-day meeting
Canal Point: Florida, as Second Class Matter
I son. Larry Cecil, at the Everglades : here. reiterated the association's;
Memorial Hospital on April 11. i Of Primary Law
Paul Rardin Owner. Editor Publisher opposition to the possible enact-
Mrs. and Mrs. J. L.. Cooper of,
Killing The Goose Belle Glade announce the birth of I ORLANDO-The State Association -ment of a "whie primary" law
a son. John Alan at the Everglades of County Supervisors of Re- similar to that of Georgia.
Tourists interests of the East Coast are beginning to 'I
Memorial Hospital on April
show alarm over the suspected diversion of traffic from U. 12. -

S. No. 1 to central Florida! and the west'coast.The 4 --
truth is that the East Coast has no one but itself to !

blame for the obvius slackening of the tourist trade this


season.Vest\ and Central Florida are doubtless getting additional Personalltems Benzene Hexachloride

business-because their prices are from 25 per cent to 50 I: I I IH
per cent lower than on the East Coast. Miss Virginia :McClure: of Cora
for the slack tourist is outlandishly Gables was the guest of her pa'-
The real reason season ; ORGamtox I !
Mr. and J. B. Elliott
high prices on the East Coast. When cottage camp accommodations ents Mrs. : .
and other relatives here the past
and mediocre hotel rooms cost $10 a night
and up the "average folks" crowd-which after all forms week. H i
Jack visiteo :
and Phillips :
Bobby
the backbone of the tourist industry-are being gouged.
their brother and sister-in-law::
They can't afford to pay it and so they are going to stay I II
and Mrs. M. G. Phillips in Naplesover
I t
home or go elsewhere. They cannot afford $300 a month the weekend. I 1

apartments and are not going to rent them. Miss Gloria Bosworth of West :: : Is effective in controlling the follow- : 1

There are still probably enough rich and "eas 'spending" Palm Beach visited her brother I I
tourists to keep the ball rolling for a while-but it is obvious Bill Bosworth, in Pahokee over ing pests I
that the crop is slimming down-and that the East the weekend.

Coast, outside of the "luxury strip" is going to have to go Mrs. A. B. McDowell and he ; i

after "average folks" at fair prices. To do otherwise is to house guest, Mrs. A. Hansen ot ; GRASSHOPPERSSTINK '
ask for calamity.-Stuart News.ModernMode Miami visited Mr. and Mrs. T .
Bailey in Lake Worth Sunday.Mr. : BUGS :
----------------------------------------------
and Mrs. T. L. Burns anc ,
daughter Ann Rita were guestsof :: THRIP 'II i
Styling for ChevroletThe
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Hunt in I I II II
Okeechobee Sunday.W. I 1 i
APMIDS i
E. England former Pahokee
I I
resident now living inVest Palm II
Beach visited Mr. and Mrs. J. R. CUTWORMS I
Pickren and other friends in Pa

I hokee over the weekend. CELERY WORMS i
I Miss Ruby Hollingsworth visited
Mr. and Mrs Allan L. Greer anu WORMS ON CELERY !
son Charles Walter, in Lak
Worth over the weekend.

i
!
.IvMy Two Deer Found And


Follow TAMPA Master John and Rosie Home two ;. KILGORE SEED CO. ;''i :


deer who were overcome with I
Spring fever last Friday and escaped ; BRED-RITE SEEDS !

their state caretaker's pen

north of Tampa, were found last I Pahokee, Fla. Phone 3201 ;
Sunday and followed their master I
: : I
Red home. I
Gay. safely
I I i iI
Gay reported that Mrs. C. R. '
Dixon, whose husband owns a I H I I
tr I 1Ar -- -
j
: turkey ranch on Lake MagdaleneRoad

telephoned him that the ..
- --- -
deer were in the woods near the 1 I
ranch. Gay, who had asked game '
wardens and sportsmen to help

find his escaped charges, rushedto i

the- ranch immediately and I II I! I BASS FISHING :r rI I


auto industry's stylists and designers have played the major role in the
presentation of new models since changeover this year has been generally STARTING j Is Again On The Program
confined to styling in the modern mode. Here is the new Chevrolet,now in ,
production distinguished by advanced front-end treatment that incorporates
a new and more massive radiator grille, larger parking tanya and smartly THURSDAYAPRIL i :
redesigned_decorative features. Come in and See Our Stock of Fishing
i I
j
10 i Equipment, Including I
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Mr and Mrs. J. W. Rogers had B. A. Russell of Orlando was a I Ii

. as guests the past week her brother business visitor here on Wednes- MY OFFICE WILL BE .
Rods Reels Baits I
and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. day. CLOSED EACH i Casting ,
Vf. J. Bartley and daughter Miss ---

Willie Mae Bartley and Mn. Sam D. Blazer of Nocatee was THURSDAYAFTERNOON ; Hooks, Lines and !
Austin Moore and son all of Fort a business visitor in the Glades

Myers. area on Tuesday and'ednesday DURING Weights i
of this week.CHILLS.
THE SUMMER I
1 I

For Both Rod and Fly Fishing and
eIL us E55TAKE ft FEVER : i

: Other Fishing Paraphernalia ;
DUE TO MALARIA :
i
lO DR. R. R. LONG
RELIEVED//-/- I

BY >. hhhCOI.IKW PAHOKEE SEE HOME APPLIANCE WARES
DUE TO CONSTIPAltoN USE AS D ECTtr> I I
We on! < Aranvl J I t

While in the store, just look around i

I and see what fine merchandise ':

v have on our counters and on our .
,
O e I shelves, especially in our Hou Ware I

Department in the Balcony. China.

Glassware, Aluminum and Enamel!

\Cares.JJETZNEIIS. .








THE HARDWARE STORE

'FLOIDA'S i MAIN STREET HELLE GLADE, FLA.Page .
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Friday, April 18, 1947 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Page Three

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Of Miss Helen Browning of Bel'eGlaae. ized Keep Florida Green program.

1947 Legislature To Have Experienced I Commenting on the state's forest -

I \ Officials Mrs. Cleo Douthit led group
r-
fire problem Forester Charles
And Seasoned Lawmakers On Roster singing with Mrs Dorothy Graham -I A. Gillett of the American Forest
annual installation banquet at the piano. The Smith I
entertained with musical Products Industries stressed the
Family
-- I Everglades Business aro
From available biographical' mately one half were born outside numbers and demonstrations I need for extension of forest pro-
Woman's Club
facts the State of Florida professional was tection to the more than 14 million
sketches some interesting hypnosis Ii;
held in the Rainbow Room of Hotel | acres now outside the state's fire
about those men who will serve in In Their Forties Mrs Clark Wilkinson presented

the 1947 Legislature have been The average age of Members ol': Pennsylvania, West Palm Beacnon Mrs. Phillips and Mrs. DuBo-e'': control program.
of the This with from the Club | "While the Keep Florida Green
developed. While some the House of Representatives is Tuesday night. year's affair gifts
were incomplete, The president challenged the i program has become a spearheadfor
biographies was a rose banquet with rea
45 while the Senate average of 48 the state's forest protection
enough information is given to Club to do better things next year ,
little So there should roses tied on programs and bouquets education campaign effective con-
higher.
is a club
address to
furnish a composite picture of tha in her good night
of red roses the trol of fores fires cannot be
1947 session of the Legislature. be quite a few younger men, but decorating members and guests !
They Are Educated still enough of the older group to tables Mrs Clark Hull Wilkinson __ -- i achieved until all forest lands have
been under kind of
30 Members of the Senate and give a conservative, mature and was in charge of arrangements brought some
Much State Land Has organized protection," Gillett said
level .
57 Members of the House have experience age that portendswell

had college training If this be an for the 1947 Legislature. Ex Mrs Tommie Lee DuBose w as- I No Fire Protection ..

index to the entire membership, perience in the "'orldVars has installed president; Mrs ClarK CHEVROLET DELIVERED

we should have a high level of intelligence been had by a dozen of the Senate Hull Wilkinson, first vice president -I WASHINGTON More than TO REV. C. A, MOBERG
running through the and 27 Members of the House. ; Mrs Doris Carter, secorl ,
half of the forest land in Florida:
1947 Legislature. Only 55 mem 19 of those served in World War vice president, with Mrs. Alma i, are without fire protection of any Rev C. A Moberg, Pastor of

bers indicated that they were One and 20 served in World War Farrow serving as proxy in Mrs I kind, according to the American First Baptist Church of Pahokee

native sons So, it seems tha Two. Carter's absence Mrs Rathe'lc.' t Forest Products Industries. Inc. purchased from Christian Chevrolet -

Legislature will only be about one Members of the House and 21 Dobrow', corresponding secretary : In a survey based on hte latest a new 1947 Freedom Blue four
while approxi-- of the Senate are Lawyers by pro- Mrs Amanda I'
half native sons Jernigan, recording U S. Forest Service statistics for door Fleetmaster This new Chev-
fessicn and is the largest of the t'cretarIrs..
Izetta
Kautz I the nation the industries organization rolet is equipped with the latest
professional groups. treasurer Mrs Edythe Phillips. emphasizes the increased pub- types of accessories affording
1'1' Following next in line are Mer chairman of B&PWC Seventh District -: and neat
lic support being given tate fire many conveniences a appearance -
chants, there being 9 in the House acted as installing officer .
Ads control agencies as a result of the Rev. Moberg seems
Classified and 2 in the Senate Farmers, o: :
Introduced as guests by Mrs: Keep Florida Green program, but very much pleased with his new
which there are 7 and bankers to DuBose were Mrs Julia Thomas ot
I points out the impossibility of effective car.
the number of 6 are next Insur I
PUBLIC Stt'nographerIrs.. VanJ Lake Worth, chairman of nationa protection for the state's
York at Everglades Discount ance follows a close second with representatives to state convene i tree-growing lands until all are
and a total of 5 are engaged in the :'I tons; Miss Sara Creech of Belle
Company in new Wroten Buildingon placed under some form of organ-
business of timber and lumber. I
Glade, secondice president ot
Bacom Point Road in Paho- ized protection j CHIROPRACTORWFST
kee. tf The health of the Legislature I the Florida Federation, Mrs: Using a 12 months statistical : PALM BEACH

should be well protected by one Edythe Phillips of Lake Worth, period the survey showed Floridaas MOV\ WED. and FRI

FOR SALE: New Chrysler indust Doctor and 2 Druggists Then ': district chairman: Imogene Fon second in the nation in the number TUBS, BELLE THUBS GLADE and SAT
rial unit, starter and gen there is one Minister to assist the Glade i
power I taine of Belle retiring president of forest fires At the same
erator and automatic shut-off I Chaplains in looking after the : of the Belle Glade Club Mimi time, the report listed this state as'I DR. L. S. JONES

Phone 531, or 4002 Canal Point. tf spiritual welfare. 4 Livestock Southwick of Lake Worth, Mrs one of 18 now promoting forest Suit 301-02) Comeau Bldg. Fl .
I Phone 3b50 West Palm Beach. *
--- Dealers 4 Realtors and 4 Con I
OF Dorothy Graham of Pahokee and protection t'ducationith a local
HOUSE
EVERGLADES
tearr
tractors should make a good
BEAUTYAll 3 Auto Dealers, 3 Editors and 2 I I

Phases of Beauty Culture Citrus Growers and 1 Member II I

Phone 4292 each engaged in manufacturing,

Lake Shore Drive Canal PoinlSEPTIC hotel operation, also there is onerailroad

man, one fisherman, one
tanks and grease traps
sawmill man. one dairyman one
cleaned and repaired.Phone
3872, Bob Douthit, Pahokee. M17c accountant and turpentine operator -
which gives variety to the

HOUSE PAINTING: see John professions and vocations.

Chandler, veteran, Pahokee,, While only about one half of the How

Fla. Mav2pd members indicated their religiousor to use

church affiliation, from the information
HAVEOUR CAR INSURED
available, they were divided
BY GENERAL MOTORS INSURANCE
as follows: Methodist 25

CORPORATION. ANY Baptist 19. Presbyterian 11,

CHEVROLET DEALER IN THE Christian 3, Catholic 1, Episcopal
UNITED STATES CAN HANDLE
Telephone
6, Church of Christ 1 and Second your during

COMPETITIVE YOUR C L A I M PRICES.PROMPTLY CON Day Adventist 1.

A Number of "Joiners"Among
TACT RAYMOND CHRISTIAN. 56
the Fraternal Orders

AGENT. PHONE 2S71. are Masons, 50 Elks, 17 Shriners,

EQUIPPED to make photo copiesof 12 Knights of Pythias 8 Odd Fel- the Strike
discharge certificates sepa lows and 6 Members of the Woodman -

ration orders, marriage certifi- of the World, indicating that

cates, plats deeds, letters etc. the 1947 Legislature has pretty

See Claude Jones Phone 557 or good "Joiners

4342 Pahokee Fla. A18ch. Civic Clubs RepresentedWhile

some members, no doubt, .
WANTED: One 4 wheel Fie'd failed to indicate their connection -

Wagon. Joe Tom Boynton Pahokee. with Civic Clubs yet the records -

Fla. A25po shows 17 Rotarian 24 Ki-

wanians 8 Lions 3 Civitans and 2
FOR SALE: Four room semi-mod
members of the Exchange' Club. We that there is strike.
ern home, price reduced to Previous ServiceA regret a telephone
$1750 Dan Carpenter Phone 2571
------ -- -- - very important fact noted ban / The management of this company tried
FOR SALE: 1936 Buick sedan examination of the biographies,

$325; Coca Cola drink box $SC; is the large amount of previous;; hard to avoid it, and we hope it will soon be

used Motorola auto radio $35; new legislative experience had by so

portable radio $18 down and $1 many of the members of the com- settled.

v.eeklv Henderson Texaco Service ing Legislature This should add

Station. Pahokee StAlSth greatly to the careful and mature

-- -- thinking that will be applied to
-- Dial operator for assistance only if you expe-
out
I FORIJC: New Champion proposed Legislation 2 Members

hoard motor $47 down and $l 5 have had ten terms in the Legislature rience difficulty in completing an emergencycall.
:-':t'I-tnl and Chevrolet
weekly: 1 eight term 2 have served
bittern ; niotUl A mufflers an'1 seven terms, 2 six terms *> have .

generator Henderson Texaco served five terms, hive served

Station, Pahokee tSAS.n terms and 23 have had as much as

(:.\\- IM --cooking or- housework three terms previous experience 23 Please make long distance calls only in

Hive had years of experience.Mattie have served two terms' antI 29 hive

Johnson. House P-Il-tt, had at least one term previous experience emergencies. We are doing our best to
This informatIOn shows
Fla Itp
Street. Bryant
Anderson that more than o-e: half of the handle all emergency long distance calls.

T\I't\\: HITtlt for sale Under.verrl total members will have hid previous I

in good ondition lira Legislative experience.ome .

On \\'. 1'IWt'l1. Pahokee Itch < of the members have hadcxpenerce We greatly appreciate your help and cooperation -

--- in Government service

1 00 FAR of the EASTiOlNO tamtMi battle M1NnurrUr -tt'd I other than the Legislature Onemember during this trying time.

dl\l'lon ">n duty in Japan and Kara : has hall -40veirs as an
.
the enlMmnt ofrandplckrd
are now aicrplirc official in other government vr-
Torur aer-
kn voting men I
\ in the Far F.a't vuenother member has had I
Among the* great ftghtln dl"t..ou 2? years 2 have hid 12 years, 1
iirh It'h.nlt" a* the FlTM Cavrv -
"are: 1)11no" mechanised In J.t- eleven vears 3 eight years. 4 four I '
Infantry nm'son on duty and 2 two
pan the fth vear 2 three vears !
,. K,'re. the 'th infantry DUtst,'n
:.<'a in Korea the 24th Infantry P:U-.- years previous! public experience i
r Reran *> thr't"t<"Y ntvW 'n Ml ff tM inlicatez .a rich background -
_.. .' njT the 2Mn tnfatt- !
"
rung tn "pan of 'xr>er:OTP :r. public
.
Dt\t- un al-
'r' TVOPUtmhtrln: *
\
'tat<.rtd In Japan service and .f we ire t.> ju.ise by SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE
\ 3- ..ar rn:1: 'tmrnt for duty. *n th" these !'tatJOtlcI. incomplete though
O*:rot mill enable you to tit .te en
they b*, the l!lT Legislature; !
can may
there tun ," dtvt.ton.and YOU I AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY INCORPORATED
initial tmtorc fine cros'-section of ,
be a pM of It f.'I&"tnlt will be a
in the Vnttrd Mates! Arrencan We and F'Ior,13 Citizenship I
\ :J rr rent tnrrea'e tn raT fen
cverwa triple ri' many add:tlonal with far above the average in
ad1"Ulta.matt". tM. a fine chance t"< I't"rit'n The people of F1ond3.sho'.11..1 .
ftr the toung man ...10ant.- to are
dttart and and tl.l an Im;>('rtant Icforward to the com- !
pit tn the praeettmrrny Ask for irg session cf the Legislature: with I
drtu- at T 5 Army Rec jmng Station ;
West l'am Peach r.a great conf.der.ee



Four The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida Friday: April IS. 1947


I CHURCHES SCIENTIST OF CHRIST I Record Broken By I Lawmakers Kill

: "DOCTRINE PahokeeIethodfsts:
itititLooking I OF ATONEMENT"is Relief Bill1ALL.11ASSEE
I the subject of the LessonSermon -1
H '
w4 f l t1 I which will be read i.i i The Sundachool of The PahoI A house
coinnttee -
Churches of Christ. Scientist. !'I kee Methodist Church Easter Sunday -
& Tuesday turned thumbs
AJi':""- J>> ..-/i I f !i iy throughout the world on Sundav.. ', showed! the largest attendance down on a proposal to exempt
j :I:
>> April 20. I in the history of the church with property owned by the American
\::.-: -' />71\-1 I The Golden Text is: "The Redeemer ]:, 25" being in'attt'ndanct'. A very Federation of Musicians' union
?;:tJ -1. I shall to Zion. and'
> -- < ;<<, come lovely program was presented tinder i AFLi from state county and
-. :.;. I unto them that turn from transgression -;i the leadership of Mrs. G. B. municipal taxes.
R" 4
'
.1iJ I in Jacob, saith the Lord" I RamE' '. assisted: by the teachersand :" The measure: introduced by Rep

.. "'. ,. :.,...-rj'i2,.."" jfV" j-......::::?f;;u + ..>f -.. : I Isaiah 59:20): ). Superintendents of the Younj::: !i Russell O. Morrow of Palm Beach
oiN" ,: 't, .ao. ,; Among the citations which com- People and Children and by the i county. would also cancel all past-
... .
.. """,, _"' ';'- .z.""1-u.'J" _?.1.h_.h._.. ..... I prise the Lesson-Sermon is the Young People's Choir under the i i due taxes owned by the union on

over displays of press clippings which have been receivedin following from the Bible: "AnJ Jirection of R. O. Lampi. All I the West Palm Beach property.Joe .
the State's publicity pro;gram are seven members of Florida's Advertising this is his commandment. That we classes and departments of the -.-
Commission. Above (Heft to right) : Director of Advertis-, should believe on the name of his church were represented by the increase I Ed Beverly, son of Mr. and
ing Roy C. Beckman and Commissioners Braden Ball. Perry Marsh Son Jesus Christ and love one an- in attendance. Mrs. Max Beverly was returned to
James A. Ball of Belle Glade James T. Larrimore, Secretary Robert other as he gave us command- ---- his home in Pahokee Monday after
of the Commission. J. Saxton Lloyd. Com- I
Gray and vice-chairman ment" 'I John 3:23). Mrs. Harold Rosenberg left spending a few days in a West
missioners not shown: Nathan Mayo and J. L. Cartwright. The Com-
The on-Sermon also includes Tuesday for Tallahassee where I Palm Beach hospital where he underwent -
in Jacksonville. '
mission held it's Much meeting
the following passage from the she joined Mr. Rosenberg who is an operation for removalof
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/I Christian Science textbook. "Sci- there on business. II his tonsils.
Howell. Patricia Creel, Ray Hawk
47 Persons ReceivedBy I
pnC'P and Health with Kev to the
Glenn Boland Chandler Mcllwain. ;- =- -
;
Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy.
Methodist ChurchOn I Earl Chance Evelyn V ann. .u..ni.H...r
"Wisdom and Love may require
I Blanche Bowers, Kay Friend

Easter Sunday Morning, Rev Phoebe Ramey Weldon Ann Cardin RitiBurns. many from sin sacrifices. . The of self atonement to save requires us- Erom"where; I sit..4':Joe. Marsh;
Annette McIntosh
C. T. Howes. Pastor of The First constant self-immolation on
Methodist Church, Pahokee received Eleanor Walker Carol Carpenter the sinner's part . The atone'

into the membership of the Phillip Dulany. Daniel ment is a hard problem in theologybut
Howes Wayne Elliott and Earl A Great Bunch
church forty seven persons. its scientific explanation is,
Those coming into the church Meredith. that suffering is an error of sin-
by Transfer of their membership Infants baptized Sunday Morning ful sense which Truth destroys and -Those Ex-G.I/s
Sandra Stewart
were Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Mcllwain included that eventually both sin and suf-
Mr. and Mrs. Parker Wilson Mr daughter of Mr. and :Mrs. Thomas I fering will fall at the feet of
of Mr. and
and Mrs. Thomas Stewart, Mr. and Stewart. Richard son Thelmdaughtt :\. everlasting Love" (23:1-2. 4-5. 7 Willie Wells and a hunch of the for the Clarion, and one thing/ that
Keen.
Mrs. J. T. Boynton Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Manning P. A. (The) ). boys from our town went to Pound sure impressed me wan the good
Paul Riddle ,Mr. and Mrs. P. A. >r of Mr. and Mrs. -- - Ridge Saturday to a reunion of. behavior of those boys-their preference -
Slonaker Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Holt. Slonaker.It .
their old regiment
announced that the ATTEND GRAND CHAPTER : for a moderate beverage
Mrs. Calvin Spooner andIi?3 church was would have dinner on the Members of the Pahokee Chapter. There were about two hundred like beer-their friendly spirit.
Lee Cruthird.
Myra ground on Sunday April 20th at Order of Eastern Star who attended and fifty boys who came from From where I sit, our cx-G.I.'a
Those coming into the Member-
noon, honoring the new membersof the meeting of the OE8 miles around to a good old feast are making as good a showing in
ship cf the church by Vow and
Profession of Faith were Mr. and the church, who have been received Grand Chapter of the State of Florida in Farmer Collins barn. I expect peacetime as they made durinj-
into the church this year. at the municipal auditorium they scented a lot different to each the war. And they're setting a
Mrs. T. L. Sellers Mr. and Mrs.
O. S. Bacon. Mr. and Mrs Carl --..-- in Tampa last week from Tuesday ,I other out cf mi: .)rm Dut they mijrluy: poo-J example to the rest

Hooks, W. II May and son and through Saturday included Mrs I had A treat tim, spinning: yarn, of us in tolerance, and moderation -
daughter Ronnie and Donna Lynr.: Mrs. Richard Arnette is a pa- Iva Snyder. Mrs. Jennie McKin- drii kinglmcranjtrlkirgo.ertha! and yood: fellowship.:

H T. Williams and daughter De-.! tient at the Ever glades Memorial stry Mrs. Jessie Barnes: Mr oM: timer in South Africa an>l Italyand '
this week. Etta Mae Friend. Mrs. Hulett Denton tv..
lores; Manning I. Keen. Edward Hospital Aleutians.; ( n,/
Mrs. Ruth Carpenter Mrs. I Mnt,\er tll cover the ir.titin .'e J" lUtl.
Mabel Young. Mrs. Virginia C

I II Ij Adams. Mrs. Edna Barrett and
I I
Mrs. Ruth Meredith. . ';. .. ,.. .. ., r..taralind
j I



I I 30 Inch Culverts . -






I iI I!i $2.65 per footDELIVERED /t



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i Galvanized CorrugatedI fJ


I 14 Gauge

I

! FOR SALE FOR CASH
!
i
. I
. I

j Unlimited Quantity


i! i ii . .AND MAYBE YOU'LL
I

i STAY. . PERIOD !
: Geo. Bender I


lost permanent residents first came as wint.r t

Phone 81 Belle Glade visitors, stayed through a spnnq season, tried a
I summer-and, frankly amazed at the glorious year

I I 'round livability oi Florida moved here lor keep.*.

!I ,__________ _ n __ _ ,
You have taken the first of the, steps
--- -------
If you're willing to risk falling head ever heels
In love with Florida take the second step cow

PIANOS JEWELRY MUSICJ. Stay thru May, when skies are bluer fishing
-
and other sports are perfect, weather is magnificent
and there's plenty of room.

W. R ASH L E Y It often tajres only one wonderful May time and

one delightful summer to make people ask thm-
JEWELER Belle Glade. Fla.
selves, "Why doesn't everyone live in Florida: r


GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY


'

FlOIilDl FQMMS.liGDT fo 1P.1.1F

QH25ffiS23% /'
..., ,.

Fine clothes l For 1"r' .
HFRRFRT'Q
J IlCiIXDEilV 1 O -!' I
Men: and Women ) 9 f -

TAILORED TO MEASURE FLORIDA I A'S' XIMD' ? !) to BUD GETS, too ...;../'

lIn.Your Ladies' Clothe:* TailoredAt' Honses'e> : Ux: eiesnption No state in ::::; ."t \

A Man's Tailor kr I come tax No rsher.tance tax Lower "-. ,, I'
winter heating cost Lower clothing cost f. II
Cheap dependable ele-! Cric $service Inexpensive _ . .

BELCHERBOX recreation .. ) ._. _ ."
.
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I Sit PAHOKEE } .. -. -


ct'IiI1U''U: \ :t{' :n.3 .::n ,, I TORE IN Tk NEW "HJCCTUC HOUR OF CBAJtM" SUNDAT ATTEJUIOOMJ, enPage



Friday, April 18, 1947
The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida
Page Five


Faith Brown Has Hollingsworth Greer Barbecue RewardFor Drainage Bills Are r Ann Snyder Has A


Birthday Party Mr. and Mrs. Solon L. Hollings Breaking RecordIn On Elliott's ListB. Birthday Party

worth of Pahokee S. S. :
announce the AttendanceThe
:\Ir;;. Clyde Brown entertained at

the"oman's clubhouse Monday engagement of their daughter Elliott of Pahokee. Palm ,.; Mrs. J. B. Snyder entertainedlast

afternoon with a party for her Miss Ruby Alvina Hollir.gswortu. date for the Sunday School Beach county lepresentative to Thursday in honor of the

daughter Faith who was celebrating to Charles Walter Greer son ofMr. Barbecue of the Canal Point Methodist the Florida legislature. Friday in- !! eighth birthday of her daughterAnn.
and Mrs. Allan L. .
Gieer
or Games
her tenth birthday anniver- Church ia the troduced four bills in the hous were played an ]
Lake Worth. e"eningof
sary. The hostess followed a color Miss Thursday. May 1. The barbecue most of them relating to drainage prizes awarded. Enjoying the
scheme of : Hollingsworth is a member< party were: Betty Ann Raneri
pink and green in party is being district taxation.
presented to the
Sunday
of the Junior Class at the Pahokeo Weldon
Cardin.
decorations. She Foy Sims.: Way
was assisted They
School by Delma L. were:
Hooks
with the High School. Mr. Greer i.s a grad- on a Sears.: Glenda Sears. John How r'i
entertaining by Louise HB>4
long-standing offer when Sunday Calling for a levy or
uate of the Belle Glade
Hodges. Hip;: Hooks Russell Dart. Paul Dart
I School attendance broke taxes upon the lands within
nowI the 100- the!
School. Class of 1944 and is
Judith Knight. Donald Ed-
Contest prizes were won East Shore: Wayne
by mark. The
attendance has done drainage district. .
associated with the I
Lake Worth
I ward. Sally Register. Joyce Lynn
'
Shirley Whidden Jimmy Schoeppel that. Last HB63;: --
Sunday in spite of the Authorizing maximum
Fire Department.A ,
Hurt. Alice Hurt. Judy Chandler:
and Roger Jaudon. Other guests" rain we had 103;: out. making the maintenance tax of $t per acre for
date for the
wedding will b'
Phillippa David Simmon
Lively.
were Buddy Moberg, Evelyn Vanr. seventh time in eight weeks that 1947 and 19JS and 2.50: per acre
announced later.Funeral .
Gerry Tibbits Susan Johnson. Joy
Marcia Jean Guthrie, Carolyn ... the mark had been broken. Our thereafter covering Palm Beach

Hickerson Billy Davis, Rose Mane Raster attendance of 134 set an and Hendry county lands in the Ann Rockwell, Rupert Mock Jr.

Henderson, Jebby Davis, Judy Held For all-time high the previous high south Florida conservancy dis-1 I Carol Ann Mullis.

Starling; Bebbee Davis Emma being 117 ten trict. Assisting Mrs. Snyder in sorving -
Benjamin Kimball years ago. Only :
refreshments were: Carol Snyder -
Jean McAfee Bernice .
Hawthori'' I
four other times since 1939 has the HB67'-Rt'lating to levy of maintenance -

Abbie Jean Bryant, Shirley Rob- number reached 100. Plans are be- tax on Palm Beach county:' Ann Lee Hurt. Rita Fay Hurt
Benjamin Ansel Kimball, 89 and Mrs. Richard Hurt.
erts Lorraine O'Brien, Jon Pop I ing made to hold the barbecue or. lands within East Beach drainage I! .

Keith Roberts, Garland VanSickle died at his home in Bryant Thurs- the dyke. district. iHB6S -

Albert Gamot, Charles Marshall day afternoon of lastwee k follow- Thirty-four boys and -Relating to maintenance | Mrs. Mack Carter of Canal
girls received -
- Thurman Kemp, Vicky Lou ing an extended illness. A retired Bibles at Eastertime as a taxes on Pahokee drainage district Point accompanied a party ot

Holmes, Donna Lynn fay, PhilipDulany lands. i friends from Miami to Akron
farmer from Swainsboro Ga. h gift from the minister for +
? perfet
Myra Herndon and Jerry .. Ohio, this week where she willvisit
attendance.
Coleman.Mr. came to Bryant seven years ago They were: Eddie friends and relatives for
Pope, Betty Johnson. Sandra Kay Friend Has A
where Up- ; left Tuesday
- he made his home with his several days. They

and Mrs. C. G. Coburn spent son, Lee H. Kimball, and family. thegrove.Edenfield. Glenda Gail Garrison Sears Betty Paul Birthday Party i r

the past week end in Sarasota wit h Other survivors include five ad -
I Dart. Emma Jean Edenfield, Son- I
friends. They returned to their .itional sons Dennis and Rufus ny Hooks. Arthur Wilson, John Kay Friend celebrated her ninth'

home in Port Mayaca Monday Kimball. Canal Point; Frank Kim- Yeomans Wayne Sears Foy Sim;. birthday anniversary at a spaghetti -! FARMERS

evening. ball. California; Julian and Walter Russell Dart Richard Edenfield. supper and party given by her' INVESTIGATE LAKK

Kimball. Swainsboro. and one Clifford Stuart. Ann Hayes. Don- mother Mrs. Lewis Friend at their : ISTOKl'OGA nTKIOIS

daughter, Mrs. C. J. Cowart of na Upthegrove. Frances Wilson home on Bacom Point Road Monday FROST RESISTANT
- --- -- --- ---

Ocala. Bonnie lil1er. Joann Edenfield. evening. WATER CONTROLLAKGK

Berry's Funeral Home sent the Pete Hayes Edwin Stuart Eugene Guests were Annette McIntosh OK S I.\I.L

Prince TheatrePahokee body to Swainsboro Friday for Buchanan, Joann Rost'nbergSarah Gay Schoeppel. Ina and Begt'ttaI TUACTS FOR KENT
I
funeral services nad burial. It "'ade.anc Hillier. Rupertfoc't.. '
Dart Gloria Stuart Patsy :\hson. ,.- !SMALL FAUMEIIS WELCOME
was accompanied there by Mr. and Jr., and Cindy Friend.
Stanley Hooks Jackie Sim"
,
--_-_ I Palm & Pine Land Co.
Florida Mrs. Lee H. Kimball, Rufus and Bettye Enfinger. Russell Sims. El-

Dennis Kimball and B. Cowart. wood Dart and Lynn Home. Those:; Mrs. W. H. Vann and Mrs. Jess 8 Circle. Sebring

--- who received small plaques of Sall- Elliott left Tuesday for Ht'ndt'lI I Florida
Week Of April 20 sonville. N. C. Telephone St'brint:0.. 1
Mrs. Leon SpoonerIs man's "Head of Christ" for onlvone where they will

absence Wf'Tefax Wilson, spend two weeks at the Vann sum I' M9pdtt

Candidate For Billy Jernigan. Mary Eleanor Jern- mer home. I

Club Presidency igan, Joe Parker, Joan Waller.

Sun.-Mon. Mary Helen Wiljron. Buddy Parker. l --- -- il

M-G-M's TECHNICOLOR Members of the Pahokee Wom Janette Harrington. Billy Max- ,
HIT! and Wilson.
'an's Club at their Tuesday luncheon son Billy
being Trees Vines Shrubs Citrusof
meeting received the reportof Many compliments are
to the and and
paid men women
the nominating committee list- all sizes and varieties for !
young folk of the church who have
ing the committee's choice of can
made it possible for such a joyous your Selection.
didates for the club's April 29
Eastertime in such a clean and

election. bright church. The building has LANDSCAPING
Mrs. Leon Spooner was nomi-
been painted inside and out and
nated for Mrs. J. C
president:
the churchyard has greatly im- as you like it. We are organized and equipped to doa
Schoeppel. first vice president:

uwwww Mrs. R. J. Schroder, second vice >roved in appearance through their thorough job from plans to completion of planting.As :
labor and service.
president: Mrs. G. M. Belk. treasurer i
The new Tower Chime amplifying f
Tues.Wed.. ; Mrs. Frances. Moose, recording system which each Sunday always, you are '

secretary; Mrs. Altman E
ends inspiration of the Christian welcome at our i :
Morgan, corresponding secretary
Mrs. Lewis Friend auditor ami message in music over the community -

was dedicated after the NUKSEKIES: : 1100 Southern Boulevard (Route No. 23 at
-- Mrs. J. R. York parliamentarian
- Morning Worship Service. Rev. City Limits), West Palm Beach Florida

Don Pinson of the Baptist Church I
MARVIN BERRY RETURNS!
'I FRO VETERAN HOSPITAL joining Rev. William Blair of the I ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO.

Methodist: Church in consecrating .

this fine instrument to God's work
- -- -- -
Marvin Berry returned to his =_ I
in all churches of the area.
home in Belle Glade this week .
The theme of the Morning Worship -
from Miami wht'rehe- has been a
Service at 11:00 will be "A
Thurs.Fri.. patient for many months in the
Race against the Clock". The II
Marvin doesn't
ON THE SCREEN veterans hospital. sermon text will be the statementof
to be much better but he Is !
seem Paul: . make the most of EXTRA !
planning to return to an old job "
time for these are evil days.
"StrangeImpersonation" within the next few weeks. His your
At 7:30 the minister will speak on I
friends are glad to see him
many back home. Jesus and the Scarecrow. j ADDED ST \ATTRACTION
Fellowshiphad
The Young Married

a successful meeting Monday l

Brenda :Marshall William OF NOTICE LANDOWNERS OF ANNUAL OF PELICAN MEETING LAKE night with 22 young people present THURSDAY and FRIDAY

Gargan SUB-DRAINAGE DISTRICT for wiener roast in the !

Notice Is hereby green that pursuant church barbecue pit. The hosts for APRIL 24-25
ON THE STAGE to call of the Board of Supervisors of I
Pelican Lake Sub-Drainage District the the evening and they are to 1.e

annual meeting of the landowners of their fine work
for
"Cou Wilbur" and his Pelican Lake Sub-Dralnaice District for complimented Prince Theatre l
the year 1M7 will be held' at the officeof and tasty food, w'rePope and Kay l'I

said District In the Foot Office Sears. and Harlan and Angelea ,
'Tennessee Building at Canal Point. Palm Beach '
will be meetingof 'I
County. Florida, on Wednesday. April Sears. There no I
30. 1947. at 3:00: o'clock P. M.. for the the Junior Fellowship this week ,
purposes of -.- -- '
Mountaineers"DOUBLE 1. Electing a Supervisor: j'' "COUSIN WILBUR" 'j
2 Receiving: annual reports and tak- Mrs. Lon Adams returned to her
ng such action with respect thereto as from
the landowner may determine: anti home in Canal Point Sunday .Nil IILS -
Transacting: such other businessas Tampa where she and Mrs! Edna
may come before the meeting
ROARS OF SUPERVISORS! OFFFI Barrett attended grand chapterof

FEATURE SCAN LAKE SUB-DRAIN- OF.tr Barrett will visit j
Tennessee Mountaineers'FOKMKHLV
,oF. DISTRICTBy relatives in St. Petersburg and ;
R Y PattersonPresident
Saturday Sarasota: before returning; home

Pub April II 18 1SM7v I

: UITII
"Frontier Feud"Johnny THF rorvTv JinnFCOURT.. iAVD '" NOTICE OF \'''1.I.. MFETINCi OF ,IL -
FOR PUM RFtCH (COUNTY \ OUNFKS Cltt.\"T MIORL '
FlORIPlN K\INUF IHMRICT ;i "GRAND OLE OPRY"

:Mack Brown I RF Notice t' hereby given that pursuant
R.'S"OF.RI: : :8MTTHNOT1CF :
of.
to call:: of the Board "f Supervisors
Raymond Hatton rlee.'ed East Shore Dranae Dvtr'.rt the an- '
OF IVTFVTIOV TO 'UKFPPIITln" : n-..: m-rtr... "f the :and.a'neS
-ALSO- : \ 1"1'11RfF FOR FIV\L Ea-t Shore Drainage: Distrtcr th" Hillbilly Singing dancingnd laughterproducinjr
sear 1947 a::: be he'.d at the if-e; "I
TO *Tt WHOM IT XIV CONTFP.N .
'-*:d D-tr: :n the Po t Olf.ce B-a..d-
Notlre :' fcere' > *
I elver: va I ha..pfilM
You're tuibhng ever will? mus>c. mv FIr,.' Retort s.. F.ern.rlT e! ir.jT at Casa: P"'mt Palm Beat Oor.- C'omedy'AIMISSI0N !
the Estate '! Rs"a-'. s"v.h TV>- tv Florida: on Wedr.evJav April: )0'
ceaei1 tha I hare f'lert: rnr lo ifrr 5M7 at 2 00 o clock Pof far rose
,, u srtzf F1rv: :""-r.asand *h,.p..t 111annr t perpew cf
P to 'hn,,, R'-ha-i P P **!nsCVnirtv 1 F..Unol.: Supenvsor
J-d.. .->f PV-i B..a/-h Oo'ir.Tv :2: Rene-.:nK annual report and tatr I
Fo"ldaT'"U! ?? 19-1? !"r aroral nfF : .g :u.fc attn with respect thet-' asi;
"e -.ree snd ,- ,....' d'''-t"-r. a. the landowner may determine ad* i
rums fauMittLw ,e"<"t'-'s of the 'tae ->f Raascm 3 Transartlr.c a urh cane h islcensaj : I Adults fiOc Children :JJe}:
Earl t S"" >h nee sod may ronie hefore the meeting
AIrI DATFT this 2Cth dar of March A_ BO\RD OF srpFRvLeoRS OF :'
Uera1 Tav Included
ry
D. tWT FIST SHORE: BRAINAOEDhTRICT
lonls I) Smith jTVt:.tRansom \ I IBy
I
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F..*l SmithPub r-......, P'.-11 -jt '
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Page Six The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday April IS, 1947
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HAS NEW IDEAS Girls AuxiliaryWill The Worker's Council of the' vote at the beginning of the ses
Cinematic Chatter Sunday School of the First Meth- sion. Patsy conducted a mail
Be HonoredFor odist Church, Pahokee met in the campaign before the session start-
By Malcolm Millar I Victory Class Room on Tuesdayat ed and had more than enough
r the first time in the historyof 7130 P. M. Plans for Mother's :: pledges to assure her election

One of the finest dog stories to i the First Baptist Church of Pa: Day, for Vacation Church School, many months before the session
be screened here for some time hokee the members and friends of Youth Camps and Assemblies were ': opened.
will be shown on the screen of the the church will have the privilege discussed. I! .
I }
Prince Theatre this SundayMonday 1 ( Sunday of attending a service devoted .... i The Easter Cantata presented
with the offering of "Courage y to the purpose of royal :Miss Patsy Elliott daughter of i i by the Young People's Choir was
of Lassie". I .z? thinking in terms of missions. Mr. and Mrs. B. Elliott of Paho one of the best ever presented in
Elizabeth Taylor Frank Morgan One important phase of the activities kee, was elected as page in the the church and was enjoyed by a
and Tom Drake are the starring I Y of the Woman's Missionary state legislature by a unanimous house full of members and friends.Here's .

humans in the picture, with I 4 Union is the organization knownas ,
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"Lassie", Hollywood's wonder dogas -'. the Girl's Auxiliary. These!! -- -- -- -- -

the star of the canine division.TuesdayWednesday .I. f'c" young women meet weekly, stud -
brings back : ing the Baptist program of mis-
the favorite tropical picture "The j sionary endeavor. Certain stepsof
Hurricane" with Dorothy Lamour accomplishment are the objectives -
Jon Hall as the principal stars. I with titles commensurate with!
Thursday and Friday will bringan each.

added attraction with the stage I This Sunday night at 7:30, Mr t
presentation of "Cousin Wilbur I Ralph Grimes G. A. Counselor.
and His Tennessee Mountaineers," will conduct the coronation ritual.

with plenty of "dohome' Wilbur C. King of Zolfo Springs, The candlelight flowers and palm 4 y
nostalgic singing and playing, who recently took his seat on the: arrangement will prevail. Miss II J- o
with the mirth provoking anticsof State Railroad Commission has in- Peggy Ann Moberg will be at the
Cousin Wilbur himself who acts jected many new and modern ideas piano. The three queens to b? -= v& =-_.
as Master of Ceremonies for the into the moth-ridden manner in 'crowned are Barbara Moberg. .

troubadors.This which business has been conducted Ethel Miller and Ruthlyn Kemp.
company of entertainers ', by the commission. Mr. King's! The princesses are Carol Carpenter -

now making a personal appearance new ideas have met with friend.y \Vynell Gillis. Shirley Am ,1
tour through Florida, appearing -: greetings from Members Douglassand Watson. Stella Sue Barnes. The
at the best theatres, wen Carter. ladies in waiting are Mabel Miller
formally with "The Grand Ole and Donna Jo Spooner. The maidens

Opry" and come here well rec .I are Xancy Miller. Ina Faye
picture up. and it is a honey. It
ommended.The Wade Nancy Ann :McCoy Edna
is clever and novel and is dripping
offering on the screen is Unwin. Bonnie Meeks. Sandra
: with romance and adventure.
"Strange Impersonation" with Long. Rose Marie Henderson. Gay:
I See you at the movies Mai.
Brenda Marshall and William Gar- Swain. Peggy Holt. Juanita Garris.

gan in the principal roles. -4.- Joyce Lynn Hurt Joyce Lindsay.
I the with
Saturday brings a double fea- Paul Andrews was able to resume Other G. A.s are Alice Carol man
Jacobs Barbara Jean Jacobs, Em- real truck know-
Mack Brown and '
ture with Johnny I his work with the county
Raymond Hatton starring in the i road forces Wednesday of this ma Jean Hitchcock Elsie Stamp I 1l how.He's the Inter-
and candlebeir-
Virginia Stamps
Western offering. week after spending the past ten national.trained
with the
ers. Assisting corona
"Susie Steps Out" with David days in Everglades Memorial hospital -
will be Sunbeams
tion
ceremony truck mechanic -
Bmce and Cleatus Caldwell and a i where he underwent an operation I w
Jeanene lock, Carol Ann Mullis. ''
large cast of singers, dancers and I for removal of his appen trained in special
Gay Schoeppel as- flower girls
featured players is the second ; dix.
J schools and classes
I Thurmond Kemp, Neeley Johnsonand ,
Douglas Gillis will act a*: in the best and latest

....s..sss... .... syas..s....-s....syacss....-s....-s....-s....-e.... e.... .f- c.... eM....S. .rss+a.fss..s4.:.. crown Miss Barbara bearers.Wilkinson.The Herald:Membersof will b" ways of servicing trucks. He's an expert on the special

ss> y the Young Woman's Auxiliary International Truck equipment we use for testing, repairing

will be the ushers. Miss Elizabeth ,reconditioning and proving.He's an expert; on preventive -
* Camera Enthusiasts : Provence, State Young Peo.
: ; ple's Secretary, Jacksonville, will maintenance. So put your trucks in his handsanymakes

y be the speaker. or models-for the simplest repair job or a complete

y Invitation is extended to the program of regular preventive maintenance. Phone today

public to attend. and tell us when trucks will be in.
t The Camera Center The event will end with a ban- your
quet Monday night at 7:30 in Fellowship -
Hall. The parents of the GLADES
4 EQUIPMENT COMPANYPhone
G. A's., the deacons and their
I wives, officers of the W. M. U.
is with !
now equipped a repair :
2481 Pahokee FloridaINTERNATIONAL
and husbands, will be the honored ,
:;: department. All work 4 guests. Miss Elizabeth Provenc
and Mrs. J. J. Cater. Associational -
:4 will be promptly done by experts Young People's Leader

4 West Palm Beach, will be the
.t.> familiar i t h all .: speakers. The muscial programwill

makes of domestic and foreign 4 be presented by Mrs- Laurie
4 .
Holt, violinist of Belle Glade Mrs.S.
.> cameras. $:" K. Smith, Jr., pianist of Belle l

4.f vh Glade, Mrs. T. W. Knight and
Mrs. C. A. Moberg, vocalists.


;. Halsey & Griffith, Inc. :..:f fr B.Dr.G.R.Rotary V. Allison- -PresidentOfficers New 'A !/ IIIII



4:. Office Equipment ::: I ...
... .. for the (coming yearof .,

.!* West Palm Beach, Fla. .4 are: Belle Dr. R.Glade V. Allison.Rotary Ever-Club
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::: 313-15-17: Datura St. Phone 3883 .:. glades Experiment Station president -
: George A. Taylor city mayor. GET GUARANTEEED

y vice-president: James C. Bald-
t.tsyssf>s>. srss.4ssrarsrs4 > > > Hubert C. ,
ssssosrss* sYasrssyss*sYSSr win. secretary; and
i Tillery. treasurer. Board of directors : DAVIS
elected: Roy A. Bair. Everglades
I Experiment Station. H D
., 'I I Ho,'k. H It. Hitchcock. A. E II TIRESON

Kin-hman. and Nattie T. TaylorThe

r HomogenizedVitamin: I president and vicepresidentalso ,
art as hoard members. Thijdate .
II of officers will assume their
I dutie- on July 1. EASY TERMS
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D Milk
i' xpTixT riiritni nm14f: tnPahokee t ONLY $ 1.00 DOWN

I Pealed bids will be rev. SI.23; A WEEK
I TIRES MOUNTED FREE
: { : ..I until May 1. 1917 for presnt "
-o- :-oAVAILABLE Bid1- 6.00 x 16 SIZE
fram- ( hurrh building
!'* 'Id] } h.. mailed t" C \ Bat. h-.
AT YOUR I r, GROCERY STORE $ 8 0
roue r-fy lAST IONGU $495 14
rrEv MOID tiP HTrEI PI"fSLER

-1..... : NOW you c3n'buy. . iii s.r 'A.

REPAIRS andACCESSORIES

I HIt OUM.IM: > WESTER*
<>.'...: \llU: 111I. '
LFAco. AUTO
. .onourGMACPLAN
I I. M. LAIRriio.M ASSOCIATE

C I I R I S T I A NCHEVROLET : 2f3iI'Ahoktsp. STORE t

I I. Phone 20 Belle Glade, Fla. Florida

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Friday, April 18 1947 The Everglades News, Canal Point. Florida Page Seven


Basket Dinner Is Calls Spring Meet Bleech McLartyMiss Okeechobee County UNKLE HANKS -

Scheduled SundayThe : '. Doubles Red Cross
.r wr :: Betty: Jean :\tcLart '.1 COME 1bTHINK OF (T-
......, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Quota This Year I DON'T
j
First Methodist Church o >i. BELIEVE \ EVER
McLarty of Pahokee becamethe
Pahokee invites the membershipand .: i HEARD OP A -THIEFSTCAUN'
.YPresident -,; bride of David Merle Bleech. OKEECHOBEE The Okeecho- -
congregation to an old-fash- -
also of this in an bee Red SOMEtrttNd -
ioned basket dinner on the church city impressive county Cross chapter has
double ring at the Pa- more than doubled! its
lawn next Sunday at the close fo ceremony membership, 1"
the morning service. The guests hokee Episcopal Church of the: quota for this year according to WORK WITH-
of honor for this occasion will be > r Holy Nativity Saturday. April 12. H. H. Raulerson, newlyelectedchairman. ; r
at 5 p. m. The Rev. Martin J. .
the new members of the church, s 11
especially those joining the church: Bram, rector of the Holy Trinity - ( ,
since aster and on Easter Sun- Church. West Palm Beach offici- VMS MEETS AT CHURCH
day. Every member of the church ated. He was assisted by ChaplainA. The regular business meeting of'
and friends will find a cordial wel- ' J. Lively rector of the local the Canal Point \VMS* was held
church. Monday afternoon the church
come.
Committees will be on hand to The altar was banked with white :Mrs.: Arnold Scruggs presiding.Mrs. 1ur
J. S. Chastain announcedthat
take care of all arrangements. gladioli and Easter lilies against a
the next meeting will be held ;
T. Howes will
The pastor Rev. C.
use as his morning subject "One background of palms and fernsand Tuesday night, April 22. at the
More Days Work For God." The lighted by altar candles. Tie church. This meeting is for the q t.
altar rail was entwined with fern purposes of organizing a new
Evening subject will be "Believe Come to think of it . wheo
and white blossoms. circle to meet at night. All the i
It or Not". There will be special we put our okay on a custom
Mrs. Laurie Holt violinist and ladies of the church are urged tc i,
music at both services. er's automobile we're as certainas
Mrs. Sydney K. Smith. Jr.. attend. A special is being -
.. organist : program : it is humanly possible to be
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played a program of nuptial prepared. i I that his car is in PERFECT
MEVS BIBLE CLASS music and accompanied Robert O. I - I RUNNING 0 R DE R. Safe

Tonight at 7:30 on the lawn of Lampi, soloist who sang "Th II WANT 100 MENThe sound and economical. With
the First Baptist Church of Paho Lloyd Herrin, Callahan Lord's Prayer." I Men's Bible Class of The I, faith in our services we brand
kee the recent winners of the News publisher, has called a The bride, given in marriage by! First Methodist Church extends a our "work when we say, "It's
OK!
Men's Bible Class will be enter- spring meeting of the Florida her father, wore a gown of white most cordial invitation to the men soon* Why don't you try us

tained at fish fry, et al, by the Press Association, to be held in Skinner satin fashioned with fit- of the church and community to

losers under the chairmanship of New Smyrna Beach on April 24, ted bodice, real lace bertha ana join with the class in securinga j
Howard "The Tale" Holman. The 25, 26. It will be the first spring calla lily sleeves, the full skirt extending -' minimum of 100 men in attend-
wives and friends of the members meeting since start of the war. into a train. The lace ance of class sessions by Mother's LAKE SHOREMOTOR
invited. This -- bertha, heirloom b
are the special guests an was worn > Day.
Sunday the Class Quartet will sing. BAPTIST CHURCHThis a bride of 1860 in Ayre Scotland, CO.

The teacher Rev. C. A. Moberg Sunday morning at the 11 and belonged to Mrs. Bleech's Mrs. H. M. McIntosh and Mr! II "4 ""FE, ,... 'OAi
will present the lesson. A most o'clock hour Rev. C. A. Moberg grandmother. The lace also formed Paul Rardin spent Wednesday and
cordial invitation is extended to all pastor of the First Baptist Churchof the coronet of her English illusion Thursday of this week in Orlando.
unaffiliated men and visitors. The Pahokee will preach the secondof veil. The brides only jewelry -
class meets Sundays at 9:45 in the series of sermons on, was a pearl and diamond cres-
Fellowship Hall on Bacom Point "Chirst's activities during the 40 cent pin. She carried a white

Road. days between the resurrection and prayer book centered with a mina
-S the ascension." The Ladies Trio ture calla lily and showered with

State Rep. B. Elliott, who is attending will sing. orange blossoms. ,
the 1947 session in Tallahassee -- Miss Joan McLarty, sister oi

was in Pahokee over the Miss Betty Jean \Voodyard the bride, dressed in a rose taffeta i I
i
week end coversing with local citi- Stetson University spent the weekend gown with a garden hat of tulle
zens on legislation that is before in Canal Point with her parents and carrying a white prayer book i
the lawmakers. I Mr. and Mrs. L. Nail. showered with orange blossomswas
maid of honor.Bridesmaids A Servant of the Glades
Miss Nell Latham
:Miss: Bette Lou Pickett and Miss i


; ::;; SPECIALIZING ;;:1 Marion aqua pink identical Parker and taffeta blue of respectivelyEach Jacksonvillewore gowns ot 4 Buses To West MiamiTo Palm Reach

& FENDER carried a white prayer box*
: shower with oragne blossoms Daily To Ft :Myers & Lakeland
Flower girl Sylvia Parrish scat

TIRES AND AUTO tered rose .petals from a silver

ACCESSORIESAUTO -.. basket.O. R. Bleech was best man Glades Motor Lines Inc.

PAINTING and ushers were Thomas Dickson ,

cousin of the bride, and Leonard "
SERVING THE GLADES"New
Dobrow. Louis Pope and Tommy

Bennet Bros. Service StationBox Elliott lighted the candles. i I I
The bride's mother wore a hgitaqua

245 Pahokee Phone 579 Belle Glade Road 0 crepe with white accessories: !
and a corsage of pink carnations. I
Mrs. O. R. Bleech chose a gray
?FFFFFFF FFrrrrFF..FFr crepe with white lace insets a II

. gardenia hat and a gardenia cor I

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The was followed by a
ceremony
reception at the Woman's Cluo. __ u ______ ___ __ __ _ _,
i TUT'S HUT BARBECUEBarbecued Those assisting Mrs. McLartywere I II II I

Mrs. H. M. McIntosh who I ,
presided at the brides table and .
Ribs to Carry Home Mrs. E. L. Pope and Mrs. Abe Dob- i : Milk Service : :

row, at the punch bowls. Miss
Barbecue Sandwiches Joy Lou Bailey was in charge of i ,

Chicken In A Basket the bride's book.Out.of.town guests. Included Mr. : ; Provided Thru The

: and Mrs. J. D. McLarty, Daytona

I Ii I Give Us A Trial! You'll Be Back : Mrs.Beach, Miami Kate; Mr.; Robinson and Miss Mrs.Joy Lou John and Bailey Sullivan son-, i i Madis Dairy of Avon ParkWith :


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Bert and Mac Ic. Crestview.Mrs.
Colvin Parker Mrs. Jessie H 1

i! and Miss Frances Parker, all of :

i i.I ; Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. Roy VAN J. YORK
Cottrell and Mrs. Carolyn Johnson. ,
Authorized Dealers I St. Cloud; Mr. and Mrs. L. P.
i .
Parker. Bradenton. GLADES DISTRIBUTOR ,
WISCONSIN AIR COOLED ENGINES 1! After a wedding trip to the

ALSO REPAIR PARTSNEW East Coast Mr. and Mrs Bleecn
will make their home in Pahokfrs. _. EVERY MORNING:
I PORTABLE WELDER. Enabeling us to !
:\ Bleech is a graduate of Pa
I ;: do any kind of Steel Construction at any place hokee High School. Class of 1943. I Wholesale Delivery to StoresEVERY'

'\ Manufacturers Of and attended Florida State College j
I
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for Women in Tallahassee. | AFTERNOON:
"
IRRIGATION AND DRAINAGE PUMPS
Mr Bleech graduated from the I
i HYDRAULIC :MOLE DRAINS ; local high school in 1912 and Retail Delivery to Homes

t WEED CHOPPERS ed four years in the Naval'en..1

.
I Corps He was release. from active ;
Pasteurized Milk Milk
Butter
WE :MANUFACTURE EVERYTHING THATS : '
duty with the rank of heutenart -
:MADE OUT OF IRON FOR USE IN '
: i j ic i and is now assonat*d Whipping and Coffee Cream

TilE GLADES with: the O R Rleerh Ir. urar.fecr.c Chocolate Milk
I
\ \- I sr Pahokee
AGENT: FOR 5-V CRIMP AND CORRIttATED -----
: Phone Pahokee ;'J711 After 7
: ALUMINIUM: : ROOFING :!of.'rro'rs -.r th. K\errl.i B'i- I p. m.

!-. -- !and Professnr. .iJ! W..mar -
l"h.b wh :m>r.I!..d the BPWi.
Canal Point Machine Works :'r-rt Tiee! ne ;r. F'rt Lud'r- Van J. York

iale Su .dav were :Mrs Reh 'I IDotvnw :>

CANAL I'OIXT1'1I0XE 331 P. O. BOX 466 :Mr (if'() Douthit :M-
I Alma Farrow. Mr Tornmie Le' Box S05 Pahokee, Fla.

I DUBMius Barbara MrXamsra; :
and ]11.s.* LUt ille Williams t .
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Page Eight The Everglades News Canal Point
Florida
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RECENT


OPERATIONS i iII Bacon's Bass Battle


II By-Paul-Rardin I Mrs. L. \\'. Armstrong was honored -
::11 I! on her birthday anniversaryat will start April 14th and run until September 1st.

a surprise party held at the
There is a distinct difference home of Mr. and :Mrs.: George B HERE ARE THE RULES OF THE CONTEST
between a state highway main- Ramey Saturday evening. Others

tained by the State Road Department attending were Mr. and Mrs. H. C. 1. Anyone is eligible man, woman or child.
and a county road maintained Graham, Dr. L.V.. Armstrong.Mr. ;
2. Fish must be caught with Rod Reel and Artificial Bait.
:
by the county road forces. The and Mrs. Jack Phillips and
road between Canal Point and daughter, Betty Jo Mrs. Pauline 3. Fish must be caught in open legal season.

Twenty-Mile: Bend is a state high Rice, David and- Phoebe Ann 4. Fish must be weighed in at the Pahokee Supply Co. store, not later

way, built and maintained by the Ramey. than 24 hours after being caught. Fish must be fresh: and in good ,
State Road Department. Such i is Mrs. Ruth Henderson who was condition. I

true of the road between Pahokee recently transferred from For 5. Fish entered in this contest cannot be entered in any other contest. :
and Belle Glade and on to thH'ndry Pierce to the Pabokee Western
6. Contestant cannot compete for more than one capital prize. i
county line. All of these Union office is making her home
roads are the direct responsibilityof with Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Swain.W. 7. Contestant must register at the Pahokee Supply Co. store at least one '
the State Road Department.The day before the fish is caught. :
M. DuBose called to Columbus
board of county commissioners was 8. To register a $2.00 purchase of tackle from
make' recommendations and Ga., Saturday by the our store must be made. :
work with the State Road Depart- death of his grandmother. Mrs. \V. 9. It will be optional with us if fish entered in this contest shall be used [

ment but the SLID officials in Tallahassee J. McLendon.:: for di play. ;
.
have final say where and B. S. Waring returned to Madison Weekly Prizes Monthly Prizes Grand Prizes
. .
when SRO highways are to be . . 1
Wednesday after spending a
built. couple of days here on business.Mr. Prizes
Will
The board of county commis- ( Announced: Next Week)

sioners of Palm Beach county always :: and Mrs. Abe Dobrow ano
stand ready to cooperatewith Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Bleech entertained -
SRD officials in bettermentof on the lawn of the Dobro REGISTER NOW AT THE
the road system in this county. home with a buffet supper honor-
The Lake Okeechobee area is bad- ing members of the Bleech-Mc-::

ly in need of some new state Larty bridal party on Friday evening Pahokee Supply Company
highways and it is my sincere hope following rehearsal at the
that more results from the SRI Episcopal Church of the Holy :-.1-
can be shown in this section. tivity. Other guests were Mrs. K
HARDWARE
PHONE 2671gFiriripnnragBra
Yesterday the SRD received bidson O. Lampi. Mrs. Eleanar Gold ot
rebuilding the road from Six West Palm Beach Mrs. Jessie:
Mile Bridge to Belle Glade and Bleech of Jacksonville, Mrs. A
from South Bay to Belle Glade. Hansen of Miami Miss Frances
The stretch of road from Six mil Parker of Jacksonville Mr. and (
Bridge to Belle Glade is today. Mrs. E. L. Pope Mr. and Mrs I
without a doubt the worst pieta: Dick Parrish. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas I
of road in the State of Florida. Elliott and Ernest Boland.
I
My hope is that the contract will
be let immediately after bids are Mrs.' Eleanor Gold of West Palm I

received so that the work can b- Beach was the weekend guest of I k
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Dobrow.Mr. .
expedited before. the rainy season I t

comes. and Mrs. A. R. Harrington I L No Down Payment
I have been assured by SRD
left Monday for Jacksonville
Chairman Elgin Bayless in Talla- where Mr. Harrington is attend- I L
hassee that bids will be receivedon
ing sessions of the Grand Lodge of I
retreading the present stats: Masons. I USE
road between Pahokee and Belle)
Glade "in the very near future. Miss Carol Alston of Clewiston I

Your guess is as good as mine spent the weekend in Canal Pointas I GMAC
when it comes to figuring out a guest of her uncle and aunt I Budget Plan

what "in the very near future" Mr. and Mrs. Lawton Sims. I
means. I can only hope that it
Miss Mary Eleanor Jernigan and FOR
means this summer. I
-- Billy Jernigan left Thursday for
a visit with their aunt. Mrs. Jesse
Mrs. \V. H. Vann and Mrs. Jess I
Smith and family in Haines City
Elliott are spending a couple of
weeks at Mrs Vann's summer Mrs. A. J. Lowery who recently Super ./CHEVROLET Service
home in Hendersonville. N. C. finished construction of at new 11

home in Canal Point has returnedto
Glenwood. Ga.. where she will
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-T- remain until October.J.

H. Blair, who i is associatedwith
Dr. R. Creech, Jr. the Chronicle at Houston. :Motor Paint Jobs

Texas, arrivedVf'dnf'ooay to be
iiJ
OptometristPHONE the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Chassis Metal Work
Elam for two weeks. At the end

of that time he and Mrs. Blair Brakes *
Seat
371New Covers
who has been here for six months
will return to the Texas city.
iiJ Tires *;
Elsberiy Glass Installed
Miss Betty Lou Pickett returned

Building to her studies at Florida State Floor :Mats Front end Aligning
College for Women at Tallahasseeafter

attending the Bleech-Mc- B *; Radio *
Belle Glade, Florida Larty wedding and "j.itinghI I Undercoating

parents. Mr. andIr John T
Mail: in repairs
weekend.
Pickett. over the
B
or :Mrs.: A. F. Rogers is visiting hereon
in Miami this week.
replacementsTractor} General Motors Insurance
!
Wynell Gilhs. who rectr.tly IIn-1
,!ier\\ent an operation at Miami I
Hospital was able to return hoer !
this \\vrk She was acvompanifrt i I

t.> Pahokee by Mr C. A. :\Iobt-n:: I
Trouble? who was the hou-e guest of Pr [ Genuine Chevrolet Parts
M yb Your an.Mi: C F. Waller in Mian.i !! [

fliT \oral davs.Mr .
MAGNETON..d. [

Lee Pawls received w..-l: [

W -in. -dav! of the death ofrvr !-."'. [
'- WC T. Rives. :n P .-
REPAIRINGL Kv.: Tuesday night.v [" Harold Johnson, Service Manager

w'lfc tK. job qv.dcly L
with out factory tooti :\nd :Mrs Harry Wai,1- [
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and toting fe ipmcfrt.W. i.-r had as .It".st.Wt' tvK .
% fyijy qvol.fWdI '.,1 :Miss; :MaN-1 :Mead t-i W '-. l ChevroletPAHOKKK.
Christian
}:. .u-h and G M c. Sn.-t: itr [

: ':',,1 [

\ ; .t-..i Mrs J.'* Hatt.- .1- I[ FLORIDA
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.:. ntard other relative! .:''"' r PHOXK: :IW71!: ]
>OAC 1 .\- r the weekend ..

Machinery Repair gtuel-man's Mrs Frances McDonald Hart.has .... [l

as guests fcer con-ui-Iaw a"daughter. \' r
Phone 1I1t"C1FU..TO. Lt I jp and Mrs' C W i

... noRrot Ltwts. Jr. and son and Mr. C W r "
LrwHIl. Sr. cf Greensboro S C C 774'.ti .. ....




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