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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: May 14, 1948
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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May 14, 1918 PUBLISHED WEEKLY CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDIN.CIRCUlATINGu .

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THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY




Band In Concert ( Terry Sellers Is 1 I Pahokee PTA Has [ Freeholders Will Vote Next Tuesday

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Council PresidentTerry I

Sunday AfternoonBandmaster I I Sellers-was elected president i. Final Meeting Of On Bonds For School BettermentProperty

of the Pahokee City Council --
Robert O. Lam pi I and commissioners of the streets. This School YearMrs. owners of Palm Beach vantage in approving this band

will present his Pahokee High sidewalks and parks departmentat County will go to the polls in a issue". Chairman Cater said:
School Band van eighth annivetsary the first regular meeting o_ special election Tuesday May 18 I
D. \". Cunningham was ii "There is probably not another
: concert at the high school a>i- the new city council held Tuesday to decide whether the county
(iitorium on Sunday. May 16. at night in the city hall. stalled president of the Pahok board of public instruction will issue county in Florida so fortunately

3:30 p. m. A. J. Gamot was elected vie Parent-Teacher Association for1 S3.600.00O in bonds for iin-i!situated as we are in the respect

This year's 54-pieee aggregation president of the council and commissioner the second consecutive year at the mediate expansion of the county I I''that we will be able to supply
forms one of the finest groups of of the police and fire annual installation of officers he'din school' system buildingsoJ J1 vitally necessary school building
musicians in the history of the local departments. Robert S. Douthtwas the I J. Cater West Palm Beach. :j expansion to meet a desperate condition -
band. Since this is the final fleeted commissioner of th: high school auditorium chairMan of The Committee of 21 of overcrowding, and can accomplish
public concert of the current sanitation and health department: Monday msrnt. This was the final [For Schools of Palm Beach, Coun- this under existing s-ohoo!
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school year 14 seniors who are I. J. Frapure.! Jr.. finance comiEis- PTA meeting fcr the.. current ty. stressed the importance of tee 1 law without one additional centf
playing members of the band will sinner and Orin S. Bacon, commissioner school year. I bond issue and the fact that un- I! 1 local taxat-i'r b-'ir le\ne\l.
be making their last appearance of the waterworks and Other officers inducted wore' <:er present law. no additional 1 >-J+i He eyrlained. as he urged froeold'rs -
Thy an Margaret Powell LoisKchols. << utilities department. Xed Kocher. first vice president! : cal ttxationill be required to i I '- if the county to vote for
Helen lIowf" Helen ,' Before adjourning the counc.I John D. Rogers second vice rt e5'l- i pay for the bonds in statement 11I I the issue:: at the Tuesday special:
Stokes, and Barbara Jonkinsop. I voted to retain the services of alt dent: D. D. Caudill. third vie-' i issued this week: j j fleeti n. that under present la.-
clarinets: Betty Joe Brooker and present appointive city employee I, re; \ '11 It.. Nell Hull saxophones; with no change: in salaries,: ring and Sirs.:' L. J. Kra.r., trea- almost an unprecedented aI- can be r. tired i over a "i>-ya"
Dickie Johnson, alto horn: Jov further! notice.Commission. I .ner. The newly installed oificer ,I period by money contributed bv
Padgett and Barbara \Vrotei.. 1,were presented with a corsage and : the stat end bv funds alreat
flutes Eddie i Stanley piccolo: ---__ I. boutonnieres by Mrs. B. Elliot' :\ Class Play Will He pmvMed for by the county scho '

Frank Rozelle, Jr.. Sousaphone: Opens I installing officer. i I'I'i fy!'tem.
i i Presented 28
May
Hat-Ian Sears' snare drum and At the business session acting "On our present school attendance -
Ray Hatton. bass drum. Joan :\1<'- Catfishing In Lake on the recommendations of the of approximately 16/M() i.i
Laity drum major and Gwen executive board the group reappointed j,1 I i Pahokee high school Seniors are Ii IiI i j..the county". Dr. John I. Leonard

Gar.t. majorette also gradual Members of the State Game and )1-"" C. A. Shire cafeteria making preparations to present ,county superintendent of public instruction -
this spring. Fr'fh'att'r Fish Commissioi supervisor and Mrs. Ralph StallJe i(I their annual play. This year it w.H pointed t itt. "we receive
The program: seem to be seeing the error of their '. cafeteria manager. Prm'ipa'i be a comedy-mystery named $1 "5.031 each year from the state
Night Flight March King ways. After clamping down on D. D. Caudill reminded PTA memtor -(j "Hobgoblin House." The play :s for capital outlay, or construction,
Poet and Peasant Overture commercial I fishermen with every ? of the bond election for the 'i scheduled for the night of May 2S. of school building and facilities.
Fillmore Arransr.. means at its command the improvement of the county school according to Mrs. Dennis Caudill This i* matched annually with
<<, Instrumentalist March commission bas now authorized system"on Slay llj.'f: tVis bend issue !I who is .doing the coaching' Tr" J9iTf by the court)., from funds l
Skornick-i the use .of pound nets and baited- carries it will be necessary for are 12 members Id'the cast andy already provided for. and makes .\
Band traps for taking catfish in Lake 50 per cent and one of the freeholders -1 j'I two sound effects men. Mrs. Cau- total of $24fi. 12 which is sufficient -

My Buddy Polka _ Kleffraan Okeechobee and the St. John in the county to vote an 1 I i,dill said. -- ...r to retire the bond issue wit 11-
Cornet trio--Murray Weeks Her River. a majority of these vote for the out any extra expense or local taxation
bt>Walston and Charles Sears The Associated Press Added: bonds. Mr. Caudill pointed out th2t Canners Plan for the property:! owners of
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Stars and Stripes Forever Sous: "St. John fishermen also wer the bond issue will entail no increase the county."
Better Juice Grade
At the Gremlin Ball Hill' authorized to use specified herringand in the tax levy and is absolutely The Committee of 21 for choo..-*
Tales From the Vienna shad seines during regular necessary! for the continued of Palm Reach County undertoo.-c
Woods Straus open seasons. progress of local schools. lie LAKELAND The Cannel the job of informing property
Lassus Trombone Fillmor'' A11 nets and traps will be subject urged all freeholders to take par I I I League of Florida, made up of owners and freeholders of the
Rampage of the Old to strict inspections! of the in this election. It was announce 1 independent citrus' canners.is I county of the question before
Gray Mare _. StacyEl commission and its biologists.! that the best attendance records I I!! !reriouslv studying! the possibility them and thin week is dispensing!

Charro March .. Tarvcr "Special permits for their use for the month of May and for the of recommending high maturity information to every potential
Band will be Issued by the director .of entire year were made bv :\Ir": ''standards. for raw fruit used by: I Ii voter in the countv.Members .

Friend Waltz Smin, the commission only upon approval Cleo Douthit's third grade rorm I|I canners J. Adams Bruce. League/ t of hte Trombone duet..-Jack: Major and of the district: cwnmissioner. : and bv the seventh era-!t' at th' -e-presidcnt and president ')f.'addition, to Chairman Cater arW --
Billy Jernigan '; Operators in the St. John? junior high !'('hool.Ir.<. Oleentrayhorn '''Bruce,* Juices Tampa. said recrntly. .-Ft Palm BeachMrs.:: :'1. II
Marche Americana Ackermann :, River will bo limited to 3-. permits.and ? : and X. L. Garrison I jG i :'r on K.I ,'rthor.r. In...vtD. ->i.
I' "One of the league's primary jobjectives | U -ch. Dr
Kroica Overture Skornick Lake Okeechobf-e operators: to. !'po- -!''I. Fan h. Jr. Palm
Them BASSOS Huffi.ie '30 permits each.'Fishermen j On the program the Pahok ,t' is to raise the standard i i I John It. WHh; Lake Worth. Mr.
Star Spangled \: will be required to fail Scout Tro p pr-s.'nted a very of juice racked: by Florida I ll*>lfn Hawks'. Tom Smith. Del -avReach.
Umn'r" Fillmore Arran. :: return all game fish caught in the I i interesting and inetructi'pIa; :lpt ,,, canners" said; Borne who is chairman I !. Dr. J O H.ohnlOl1: Pabc-
.Band !' nets and traps to the water immediately showing the procedure of a troop of: the League's quality con- k.eMrs Jess Elliott : BllfGla
;': ."* meeting. work on merit badges: rtol committee. i .l.-. A. F:. Kirrhman: ("an .lJToiint.
Free TransportationTo j I ---- I first aid d >tr.no'trations.amp'. << Brice<< explained that the leagu-'.= j A. Q. Howell Jupit"..
i n'Tr.\I AI'I'ROVKI it fire building and many other 'quality' committee which inc Iud.*" :( John IJeb: Lake I'ark. ChartBranch -*
Polls Tuesday i!! JACKSONVILLE A. Y. M:lam. { scouting activities. This excellenttroop i j i'l:. Bach of Bordo Products Co. : Lantana. Mrs. I>art>lfvFable
I Harvey Greenspan of Sasson-Kir j Mr f'. :M Hood.Bota .
i;! presi.K-n tsai that the State organized approximately: a I j I : Boynton.
For transportation next Thursday -;'Chamber'I of Commerce directors year ago; by Mr. Joe Tom R/ :!-'n- Ltd,. Spence Spros... of J. Wiilian ; Hat on. J. <*. Mitchell: "'*!>t
to the School Bond election, has Horsey Corporation and I:. D. ; Mrs J F Ix.pan! : Riviera:
have the action of ton troop captain, now o\-e- j I Oatcfi
arrangements have been made for approved thirty membi-rs an-1 i is ore of the i;: Ru ff. of Stokely Foods. Inc :!! I II f B.>arh. I... D. Mullin: :Mihtar/
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D:5tn members
Fourth : < t in givint:
cars to carry:! the voter.In P.- endorsement to the proposed; Flo..- most outstanding troops in the j I giving close! attention In the feas: i I Trail. Mr i. D. W P...,.NIw; \'i..

l-okee those desiring! transportation ida Citrus Mutual. Fourth District' history of l local girl S<'outinIr!'. i Ibility of setting rigid maturity, JHarbr j jistanctirds >r. D. G. Mathis. South lUvjMejid
may call B. Klliott's garig-. for fn :t from whirr I .h"
members approved the mutual at aretr.g Boynton: i is assisted in this worn j jhy i << <> Willetii. Grnacre'-
Phone 4011. or Collins FurnitureStore. rad.. will be made.<< IV'i !
Mrs. l > tnI.- puce Eva Swam
Stafford.
: :2. MrsJames *>.i i i I ;
: in Tampa on April
Phone 4161. Mock and Mrs David: Beech" as- i j i ;o.Js for enforcement rf such j i Polling plares for the sped.'I It
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sstar.t leaders. It i i.. rfgrettab'" itan.I.ir.! might be adjusted! to fit j ,] bond else-tion will b* thrm i '
i that fhre*') a mis-understandi" t':e growing en4rtu rs f f'ar'l.| as thoiw tj,-
the ni.-etir.fr: was! adjourned t. for- particular .season j! t primary !I-.*tiofi. with twUxcrptionw .
COUNTY COMMISSIONER RACE the girl j'>t.Tuts were able to sari1 -.---- I In Went. I'alm Be.rvi
i .HHt."OI 10 'nT: : i Precincts 13 and 14 In the
: ]I.':" th- ir part of the program | in
.*.'sor the program:: Robert O The board of directorof thC + :j' r"Mr"f': th.p telling place will tat *
IOHNPicked \BOI.I) I' t'l.
L-"'.p: .iat"t tell two tont-tte handTr.pweJ ...i!'ril! of ("buT"h'om--D r-f the the n D F3.rtrlr rv nr.
Rabin Mardi ..- of ffajWrenif th Fs'.'tkee it1 Canal! f>("nt area will Belvedere and at th.. toner .'

:. .! grade and the otter ',* mpo't at the Car.al Pont Bartirrr.rh Star-1. .t"tors ort1 !S P'..irvithi11 .
KeMeCIado: :> t7 :J fi 4fifiPaliokee tn.a"nd.2v! Mvii It is
ii'th.: fifth and sixth: grad | -.- --
. ._ :U2: l Ml 1 412: p ..pain a concert of popular :':-r->rant: that ili m"-. v..-r* tf. th- ;
!j I t. ..-.1 attend a. th 5 :- to .- tfe* '
r. -r.,Is>r. The proram'u;;: opened ;'. IH'I.\\\: :s \'H.lt
Canal Point 63 IS :2S5; vth... third ,rad.- pupil of MrstV i:. lit.-! -tnr ur.til fail:

Chosen 51 J 62: i He 0 K Pope ard Mr! CIe. D"itn:' ---- - At tie rrrml t.aiferrnrs4 th*
wh. two rl :>* Mr anl ]ins M P Holnn left .
> presented *> FIr.nda Cr unri .f Churl b Wotner
S:>nth Kay 79 :J5: SS i I .. .. and
"Mother G.w .- Streamlined'ai :| rw fc tn Jr.n fc -r Mn in Orlando Mrs! John A [*ulAn).
''I r da'gh*-r-in-law. Mr ar.d Mr
\\> Mother ;
Aprreiate president r-t the Pab..kc.Nll l
Total 882 ;552 1:571: I During the social hour wtic', :j. Hn-A'ard H.ilrsar.. !in Pocomr.kf I Ii tf Point C..onc.l (,t ct.unh.mrr1..
followed tte rf'frn'1' ,!f i C"itIJ for tt.. tutr.Tr.frMr
: rreml..r of
prcKrara j 1 was alls 4r.t.J a the
Run-Off Between Pickett And Rardin. I I rr.ents were served in the school' I t"OUr; ll'. state executive Isari b.,'
I cafeteria" by Mrs. Lewis Friend, I I *. Oyde Alley and Mrs B.- hospitality chairman assisted! ty t4rtlr.g. co-tostesws.; : 'f tfc estate C-,uror.1Esfa67ished



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Two The Everglades News, Canal Point. Florida Friday. May 14. 194 S

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Any doubt of the tin can's role CARD OF THANKS Price Burdeshaw is a patient at

THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing in the domestic economy has been Just a note of gratitudeFor St. Mary's:: Hospital in West Palm
dispelled by a nation-wide sun't"7made
the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region those who came my way; I Beach where he was scheduled to I
for American Can Company
With flowers and cheerful visits 'i'
Established 1924 Published Every Friday showing that 9J 16 housewives out undergo an operation on Thursday -
During my hospital stay.Mrs.
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe I'
of can every openers.1.000 possess one or more: -. Roy Pope. of this week.

Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office

. In Canal Point. Florida as Second Class Matter -


Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher ,

PLAY BALL with your Party Line Neighbors

Cabbage Palm Is making walking" stick and umbrella -
handles.
Quite Useful Tree Florida has about 3500.000; acres

cf cabbage palms growing in commercial 1

TALLAHASSEE The trouble quantities. Coulter saidBut
with cabbage palms seems to r.e there are only a dozen or &)
that enough people aren't doing firms turning out cabbage palm T

enough things with them. products.
Why isn't more use made of it? -
State Forester C. H. Coulter, a
man devoted to the neglectd People just haven't awakened to

cause of the cabbage palms, will to possibilities of the palm, ths

reel off the uses of the versatile forester said. ,41I.9
Why he declared, a firm cud
tree at the drop of a frond.
use every part of the palm for
HU eyes lit up the other day
for the
something if it were geared
when a reporter suggested coining
by to discuss cabbage palms. When purpose. "
"Look at meat packers h3 ,
the news gatherer showed up.
meditated. "They use! all of a pig
Coulter was primed for the occa- *
but the squeal..
sion.He Entered Forest Service Fiscal
had the better part of a tree Agent George Kilner. s-
on hand for a demonstration. Firston
"Did you ever make a hawk call
the program was a snack of from a cabbage palm?** he in-
cabbage palm heart. Practically all quired. Coulter hadn't. Kilner
of Coulter's staff was called in for with portion of
demonstrated a ".
,
a nibble. ar.d bit of leaf. It
the stem a
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4?
"It tastes like a mixture :>fht'stnut squealed. ;.
c- and cabbage with a Jitt!'! Meat packer look to your laurels #.. '_ 'j ,
/
celery lurking in the background:* :.v I
was Coulter's sales talk. Nearly .-- 7"" "V" "
everyone liked it. I 4'' I .,J./ I

What else! can you do with a Cinematic Chatter f # ,ii--A ./ if ,-'iI
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cabbage palm? Coulter had plenty .. .._ :cF".wr.Lt --
By Malcolm Millar I I "' .......,- -
of evidence to show brushes: can I :F ",'1" .. /

be: made from the fiber and hoi I ._ :<'.. .,
pads can bo mad from sectionsof One of the most thrilling mystery .. :
the logs He seated the reporter tale that has been ('Xhtltt""i1000aJIy .
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in a chair made from the stems in some time is to re : c."\ c.,,,< t,Cy .
I c? 3 -.c
and he cooled things off with a screened! at the Prince Theatre. 5,. s t 3 met i- ;,
1 :r.. ,, Yc \.0
M ,,=" 0.0" .tt
fan made from one of the leaves. Pahokee. Sunday-Monday.! a y o"-
I. .p"e
He displayed j pictures of a house 16-17. with the filming of The \ .-:\\.
e\e
made bv using pieces" of the woodas Big Clork'. Rav MillJn.l. Charles / r.atte 1
if they were bricks. lie brought Laujrhton and Maureen O' uI1j"a\ r"" "
forth a picture of the great seal pre the: star! of the piece with
of the State of Florida to show a G'or MrCretuly.:: Rita Johnson. .
cabbage palm forms part of its : Elsa Lar.chester as the supportirs: .SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND tCLCCR: on-7 Cr_' o P-Y

design. I Incorporatedf

He reported on use of cabbage I cast.Murder:: . cleverly planned 'a
palm trunks as wharf pilings, use demon that pel-sues! Ray :Milland: i*i

nf their leavefor hats, mats and this piece, which has been termedby
baskets.! He said a tough, fibrous critics a vebb-ig grown by the tree can be entertaining m u r d e'tory.! .*" K politics

used for pin cushions. Charles Laughton is cast in one c.f ;Cracker
Animals -- and some peopl his most dramatic role and he
mOS \\I'S
who've acquired the taste--eat the certainly makes the most" of th> n' ,

berries!' of the cabbage palm. An character. Other members of th! ? Rl.L ".""<"Aft'" -. bodwe11 "
oil cake for use in fattening cattle cast deliver exceptional performances adtnt'b \5\lUlo\\on\. fnsi ,
can he made from its seeds. in support of the top players c:> scCa Was no\1 W D 0 Oe
Carloads of its fronds arcs: and the whole piece turns out dedhe 'fl1e U"be t be
Florida during Lent of ..nt >rtainme.t dettne5S0 h s uri ps a
shipped out of to be the class first is down deP3"' en clots .1. on
for use in Northern churches on that lives in your memory. e ;sssca der "be
Palm Sunday. Its pulp has been Ye . I d'> recommend it t.> i "trsdaY. betore In casual motor'. "' s>O Of

iis >d in the manufacture building you as top-flight entertainment. ".i U1... tZ"en 0011 rng.t\I\cr as antw ER
M \
blocks. It's also possible to ussthe See you at the movies- :Mai.VISIT : Y 11\ such..ViaY c e governor s pee s""S
the manufacture of ----- throws bt\o
pulp in "n'elect
5Qk 6l ""
deP t1VESa
.Ii
book and magazine paper. G.\ISF .nJ.l.F. t $ ton otd M

The palm isn't any Johnny- sece..." 11ti e to see ,Hsa ,
cc mE'lat'I.itht"r.. A report on Mrs.:: Frank O'Connell and a n "pR

Its uses showed it was employed daughter, :Miss: Ann O'Connet eras lnur 0" t"l
during the Indian and Revolutionary spent the past week end in Gaines of 11110R nys h ptio ot Cat o-
a
wars as a stockade building ville. Florida, where they visited the
material "because bullets passed anohter daughter of :Mrs.: O'Con- uvon slate of Sjgs-*
through:: the bark portion and buried :nell's, Mrs. Frank Sganga and :Mr.: :
themselves in the soft spongy I Sganga and son. Mr.:: and Mrs.:: s&xfcaJet
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tissue without breaking the log." Sganga are students at the University E. -Tii!
Somewhat as an anti-climax the of Florida. Miss O'Connell
report add>d: -rht'renow U w I' returned to Miami where she is jr 1C K wL *

small demand for this wood for employed by Burdme's. \'oUt\01.


M. TULLSS A6 AIN$ AZ 11't.o1.t.'S !

= Rom where I"sitJoe""'Marsh\ ,;' \1\01t.t1 .0 \1\)11t.\1\A COIF TR OL




Jeb Had the Folksin W ILL S 0\11 10 t0111t. LgpEF4RCE NSE


Stitches I \- be any

there .nlster "
: fan

At the Friday Night Social In our town, for instance: SOB issue ls.ind deg abut theseW or aahe

Jt-b t'rnwl'lI hud. the audience in fobs like band concerts, other >fuller i
t''I' heat r
>titrh.".-doing a ta1.f'oll'oa the don't-some families serve beer -"ub t in your foito cou",,,,
'
blustering character who belittles with dinner others buttermilk ? pow ur

e\er.bodd)} and everjthii that Uat sad a*for politic,there's plenty of Motives'i+

from his own home town. healthy disagreement. yip,,"

\WH. we can laugh at that sort But when it comes to denying

of. character because from where folk; the right to think or act as

I sit. Americans are just the opthey choose--.ro, were like youpoeite.

\Ve like to boast a bit per- -we d.in"t bcheve in it, whether it

}.a..>. about the paint job on the gees for !serving' her.. cr !speaking' Let'{} &eeaPage
new barn or the mi
cooking but we aren't intolerant

of people who don't thin or actxactly (1 r )JG .
t the same way we d.... C/" -c\.



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May 14, 1948 'he Everglades News. Canal Point Florida Pave Three
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Increased AttendanceThe


\\AAAAAAAAJ "TXAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALEFT, \ \ . . .. ........ I Class Contest of the Cans
Point Methodist Sunday Schojl
may be decided next Sunda
Mary Helen Hook's Junior Boys
Class is being hard pressed by Bill
Johnson's Young People's Cass! as
the campaign to circle the globe
pushes into its final days Bot.i
classes are now in their Flying
Boats soaring North from the
southern tip of Africa to Lisbon
the next port with the Boys but
4.000 miles in the lead in this
65.000 mile trip touching all cor-
: i tinents. The !surprise of last week
was the close contest between the
Men's Class of A. R. Harringtonand
the Women's Class ('fIrs..
"'. P. Pope for third place witn
L.e-- the ladies sweeping ahead of th'
men just short of llom a-\'. To"
other classes will tune to work
i hard to stain the competition!
Sunday School attendance mo,'
Easter averages 127 for the I-IK:
weeks of the contest . over twu '
FI
the average of a year and a half
ago Moreo\cr. there is every indication
that it will stay up there
-- long after the end of the contest
x Follov.ing the campaign to bring
"- our attendance to 100 a year apo.
our average winter and summer
for the twelve months in which
there was no contest whatsoever
\ held at M Th> ten hers and officers -
,Tr of the Sundv School ha\c
made such advance possible!' and
the loaltof pupils and teichrrs:
alike tinue. makes this fine work con

"Needed New IIt'rizODill! U'
\ the theme of the MornmerVorsn.j'
; t Service at 11 on untaT,..
II
I .
/ sermon will deal with Jesus standard
of right and wronp. In theevening
at 7 SO the sermon will noon
the meaning of the phrase "fi-: *
sins of the father shill be M!'itel
is RIGHT on fourth the children generations"unto the third ant

The Youth Fellowship Doughnut -
Pa\ will find memtw busily
at work in the parsonage making
ON THE HIGHWAY and filling orders for well over 1O;>
dozen doughnuts on Saturday to
raise funds for their pledge to tN
Sunday School Building Ftim1
Harold I Hayes is !star! salesman
with orders for 37 dozen so far.

That's right! When you must walk on the highways in ruralor Young Married Fellowship will
enjoy a rib barbecue at 7:30 Friday -
suburban areas, always walk on the left side of the road at the Joe Parker Parkei
and the Karl Ma."tflOl1.'t are ho!'ts.
-facing traffic. The Junior Fellowship had an

There is plenty of reason for this. Last year for every per- exciting and satisfying time at a
Beach Party last Saturday Twenty -
son killed facing traffic three were killed walking with traf- hov: .... anti the afternoon of
fic. 24 Floridians lost their lives and 33 were injured walkingthe swimming wiener roast that mad up the even'.

wrong way instead of facing oncoming cars. For every The party was made po! sibl*' bv
the furnishing: of a truck hv B>"
daytime fatality there were 4 deaths during the dusk and C'ulNrson and the help of MarlonSoars
along to hellsthe
went
dark hours. Six more people lost their lives merely standing minister jr. who carfor the groupMrs.

Mr. Motorist- in the road. --- -
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Never assume you are safe when walking on the highways :: Sara ThomasIs

MAKE -many times you are hard to see. Then, too, the despicable New I5PWC head

hit and run driver is still at large-his numbers and his victims .
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SAFE'DRIVING Mr Sara Thomas: wa -le t l
increasing. In the first six months of 1946, 78 hitandrun i president of the KTKlil t 's Hn'res -,
A HABIT s_nd profr.sion,,l lVomar"--
I
accidents were recorded in Florida and 16 were killed by Club 'it the annual 1 election r.f off.eera -

these car cowards.So r-.M at th; home fit tho retine
pf'id'rt_ :Mrs: Tommio->-
remember for your own sake on highways, walk to P'tIHo"f'

the left facing traffic-be alert to danger-be alive tomorrow. thrar Other nrfftrfr were Mr *FiveNiH7 thnten t r

flr"t'1', president' : Mr I*...
(-"tto-r second vfr preW!: Mr
inns :\.k. r.cor.iing, .tr.tnr-;
OBSERVE ALL .!r. l'ethelle Ponr'vw. corr.sr.nr.tirg
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TRAFFIC RULES *'*rrtarand Ir".1..
Hall, treasurer "Tt-f -,onsinati' -
committee r""mm..ndlr.S the a..lilt. .-'
KEEP YOUR CABIN j .. .f officers was eonnn'...d: ...
GOOD REPAIR MrxIm Furrow Mr f n 1. _
fIo..tht and Mi- Lucille \\ iHiarrPliir -,
w.r,- .!L.rrissal frig t',-'
DON'T TAKE CHANCES The Everglades News croup ""'nlltl inntJUUtJ 'sir:
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Prepared fcy the. Aiscciated; 0011;K;.tcf Fret Bar-*i.t .l..h.p Hall .'
I Paul I Karelin I Publisher 1 I
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florid.. the Florida Press Ano- the night if May 25
cia.i"". and tire National; Ccrer>atton -
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Four The Everglades News. Canal Point. Florida Friday. May 14. 1945

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Florida Sunshine for five months last winter. McCormick Eat Oranges And J A reunion of the Humphries j L..J- Fraser sales manager fur \I
said in pointing out that
family was held at the home of 1\V.. H. Vann. Inc., expects to leave
Preps Derby Winner the track's stabling accomodationa Keep Girlish Figure
Mr. and Mrs. \\". '
A.
were kept 'open from November 1 Humphries, 'soon for Charleston S. C., wherehe

MIAMI-Still another :through April 22 although tM LAKELAXD The Florida Cit- Sr.. at Port Mayaca on Mothe-* will be engaged in the vegetable

ial tt) the advantages of testimor'-I I track itself operates only 40 days rus Commission is checking up on Day honoring Mrs. Humphries" I produce business in that are*

race horses under Florida's magi- 'during January and February. the latest idea of how to ue mOle mother Mrs. WUla Hinote on her through the early part of the
cal sun was supplied in the 74tn I To attract the horses to Florida oranges. Some air line stewardesses I 82nd birthday anniversary. |sr::nmer.
Kentucky: Derby at Louisville whenCalumet it is necessary for Hialeah to provide eat the fruit to keep their
Farm's Citation and stabling accomodations. trailing ?- girlish figures. -
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Coaltown finished one-two. track, police and fire protection The Commission ran across! a
It was the third time in seven I I and utilities to the horsemen story in Minneapolis newspaper :
years that horses trained at Hii- I without cost over this long period | which relatde how the Northwest! I

leahFlorida's show-place race of time every year McCormick ex- i, Airlines stewardesses keep away Shrubs and Trees
trackhave run first and secoii: plained. Maintenance: alone of the i surplus poundage bv going
in the Kentucky Derby. Five of the racing strip-acclaimed one of toe through an orange routine

last .isht winners of the Run-for- nation's safest-for six months is I,i I They start out with one orantri .\VARIETIES AT RETAIL
the Roses;t in fact ware prepped at : a considerable item of expense. the first day and build up to about '
Hialeah and only once since 1911 I :Major league baseball clubs haxe 12 or 14 in as many da 's. The> d;"- I Iturbing {
has a Hialeah-tramed horse fail long recognized Florida's miH fat the story relates. '3 Authorized Sales and Service
....\ t:> finish in the money at LoUIS- climate 33 ideal for pre-season 'supposed to go away: bv that time.
ville. training, and the last 22 wor1 I'.s The Commission wants to find JACOBSEX POWER AND

Concern, however, that Florid* champions have trained in the out whether canned orange juice
mav loose such stars as Citation state. .' will do the trick as well becaus HAND LAWN MOWERS
and Coaltown if there is any fu- Florida wasn't able to attrac Florida does not have fresh;
ther reduction of Hialeah's 40-day the champion race horse, however']I oranges the year around.Weathers .

racing season: was expressed by until after the reconstruction :f i . ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO. :

, Sam H. McCormick secretary- Hialeah, and its inauguration o." Open Wednesday and Saturday afternoons [
treasurer of Hialeah upon his re- major league purses and stakes. JonesMiss
i 1100 Southern Blvd.. West Palm Beach i
turn from the Derby. . .
\Vith the present downward i
trend in mutnels business, it is going Gertrude Shirley I : S. A. Glyndora Weathers ,
to be difficult even on the I daughter of Mrs. \\". F. Galloway -- I
basis of a 40-day racing season Circle Will MeetThe of Indiantown. and Thomas Eari
Jones of Miami. son of Mrs. C. T.
the "
for Hialeah to continue purs i '
necessary to keep the big stable Gertrude Shirley Circle. I Stewart of Svlacouqua. Ala, wer if
from moving their stars to Cali- First Methodist. WSCS. will meetat married at the home of Air. and 1
fornia." McCormick said. "They all I the home of Mrs. Glenn Ablmg Mrs. Galloway: near Indiantown .)-' COTTAGES ON THE BEACH

prefer Florida in the matter of Monday May 17. at 8 p_ rn, with: Sunday afternoon May 2, with
weather, hut there must be other the chairman Mrs. M. I. Keen Judge \\'. J. Larnmore of Pahokee ,I
attractions besides the climate. presiding and Mrs.. K. J. Grahan-. officiating. The ceremony Logic : Ii ===FOR RENT;=== 1Snnd I
California's big purses have long Mrs. Jack Spencer nad Mrs. Leo place on the lawn of the Galloway I I II II
been a strong temptation for Ca- Wroten acting as co-hostesses.: A home with a bank of white flowersin
the hot
Mirrmer: months on a Florida East
umet and other major racing:; study of "Great Prayers of tLe the background. .
establishments." Bible" will be presented by Ml. The bride wore- pink crepe I "oat Beach-Cuol Trade Winds Ocean BathingFi -

McCormick said that the lengthof Graham. dress with white accessories an I 1 >hipg Sports New Cottage haying Living
the Hialeah season had be .l carried a white prayer buok. I : iloomvith
tlh-an-Bl.drllom
s-Ie"pim-
-e. twin lK>d<-
reduce.tper a period of years I Mrs. Arnold of Alahlmaa.. I"
Harold Bacon of illl.th''Ite I l n-D at h. III
from fWi; to fiO to 45 and finally; Car.andaig'ia.N. her sisters matron of honor and I ;i
Y- has arrived for a visit wits Capt. Bass of Miami was1..*. .
to 40 days of racing. his nephew. Orin S. Bacon, and Jones best man. '. Completely Furnished IClaTo!, :Mope InNear ,:,
Citation Coaltown and other I I
"
other relatives in
Pahokee
andBelle
Mr. and Mrs Jones are now it
The Ocean The :
: -On Inlet
Calumet horse were at Hialeah Glade. their Home in Miami. I

I I, j Ii" Low Weekly Rates Of $25.00 II.Ii'

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/ .; I I'' .1'. O. Box 1372 Telephone 1018 f II II

te ;: FORT PIERCE FLORIDA I.
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and Splin.d Axle Hub Connection: 1
at America'sLeading New Advance-Design Gearshift s mss"ssassass ss"ssss sc v vv VVVV ss ss ? **s>
Control and Foot-Operated Park
ing Brake in 3-tpeed transmission 4. Office Machine Headquarters v c"
models e Improved Voly -"'-Mead "
Trucks- : Underwood: :
Engine Exclusively: designed 4 > Typewriters "
Brakes.. 4: Sundtrand Adding Machine .:..

: :Marchant Calculating :Machines ..:..
4-t A. B Dick :Mimeographs :
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c: Phone 2-3883 West Palm Beach ..6..:

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Chevrolet Advanc.-Deign truck
bring you the fii w.'. streamlined
appearance in every feature of
TRUCKS' body cab, fenders and hood!

Milk Means GrowthWithout I



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Today, American business that diet, baby would lack bounce and

looks ahead looks to the leader's h - energy. The urge to groand develop -
1
line of Advance-Design trucks for would be retarded.

Only/ Advance-Design trucks have
higher standards of value I on the "
the famous Cab that Breothftreiob. Alfar PateurizedIilk: : is the
Freth 'In
Today, Chevrolet trucks bring ::d0:0:
and tar
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safest milk for b a b
your y.
you the features of tomorrow in cold w.a5i c, Th. Cab.is
fte.*-AAovnt.d.cushioned on rubber, Homogenized Milk with the all-
Advance-Design features-at the -.th o Mly-adfvttobie seat and ol-
I round vwbiLty with rear comer important Vitamin D added i ii
lowest prices in the volume field! ..indo__.
the choice of many mothers for
Look ahead and look at them now
Only Chevrolet offers you me low*ifpnc
Be safe when
baby feeding you
in showroom. *< m me .oh/m* ".id' H ere are
-on display our
"""lis w''i comparable equ>pfner"tt I buy milk --look for the Alfar ernI -
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Friday, May U, 1948 The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Page 1"tn r.
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Stafford Cites New Tom Watson Issues TO CONSERVE TREES /gram and to report back to His ;! Earl Chance, who joined the U.
MOUNT DORA At their regular 'council at their next meeting. S. Navy on March 30. has been
Veterans' Law Thanks To Voters meeting last week the City Bids were asked by the council (i promoted to the rank of seconi
Council made plans for a Ion;; I for painting the City Hall and class petty officer. He is a meDII -
On-the-job training for Woril TAMPA Attorney General J. range tree conservation program. Community Building. In addition, ber of Company 4S-111 at the U.
War II veterans became a more attractive Tom Watson, referring to the recent Councilmen Bardwell and Reh- "bids will be submitted for repairing 'I'I S. Naval Training Center. Sac
proposition last wee'{. primary in which he was a baum were appointed to work in and termite proofing of the t Diego, Calif., and is serving as
when wage ceilings were raised gubernatorial candidate, said: cooperation with the City Par I city library, according to City j i' regular organist in the chapel at
by a new legislation in congress I "The accomplishment of my temporary Commission in outlining the pro- I Clerk Bill Stewart. I j|the training base.
The bill became laupon the si-- defeat has been effected. ,
nature of President Truman. May there be some worth wh'-? I
According to James A. Stafford. consequences realized for future
Veterans Service Officer for tlv' good government in our state. Iwill
Everglades section the new ceilings endeavor to work it out for I.!It
are S210 for a veteran %;ta- me. personally and politically, ns '" AI.'CO""OIlUCUCllrl
out dependents: $270 for a veterr:.:! a blessing in disguise. The car .- *1l'
with one dependent: and S290 for paign has: :given;; me some ne'" '1 I 45; / a Greyhound cost less than any other way for vacation travel
a veteran with more than one d-. idea? and incentives, which I hop n Low fores allow you more money to s pe nd. Greyhound
offers more comfort, mor. convenience and travel pl.o wre.
pendent. These figures inclu le to make use of for the benefit of \ -
both compensation from the employer the people of Florida."I : ?cn ctdnr jdeIn
and subsistence allo'.vanc-; have already publicly offer- : ntI:...41\1 I LU':. X. ('. SI1. 1)I
from the Government. ed my congratulations to the winners S NORFOLK. \'.\.. 1.111f
"Passage of this law does not and my thanks to my sup f \TIL\XT.\ GA. KMM
mean that every veteran in on-the- porters. Am expecting enjoy my: 0 HOT >I'JIc.sltK.. i7.o)
job training will: be eligible to work for the next eight month Plus 15' Federal Tax on all above Fares
receive these amounts." Stafford and extend a cordial invitation to I To Kep Your Crowd Together
explained. "Each on-the-job-train- the people of the state upon their cnRTKR A r.REYiiorxnCarierGeiger
is written individuai- visits to Tallahassee to come into '
ing program
Drug Store
ly. Thus, the maximum amountravahle see us in the Attorney General's: :
"o' office.:" f PHOXK 3P21 CANAL POINT FL.I .\.
to the veteran is his >-
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j"ctive wag'e"--or the wage whicaa
fully trained man would receivein RKC. C A. MOBEnr.'S
that particular job. according to SEVENTH ANNIVERSARY I

the present:' program.
Most of the programs writtenin Plans for the seventh anniversary JflfliIJUN
the pact two years have bees of the Pahokee pastorate of
based on the ceiling wage of $200 ; Rev. C. A. Moberg. First Baptist
for a married man. The ceilingsare ; Church are being formulated. De-
still binding on current pro tails will be announced. I i
, I
fora
ask
grams. An employer may
revised program which would
raise the objective wage, but. he

must continued.apply for "At a revision this time* Stafford reports -- VOTE FOR BONDS TUESDAY VOTE FOR BONDS TUESDAY VOTE FOR BONDS TUESDAY

that a general re-survey of
objective wages will be mad arj
PUPIL PER YEAR
without confirmation." IS $15.37PER

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Betty Ann SearsIs TOO MUCH FOR OUR SCHOOL CHILDREN?


Queen Sugar II

The 1947-48 Sugar Cane Harvestwas I NO' NO NO !

brought to a close at Sugar-
land Park Recreation Hall in

Clewiston. Thursday evening. May VOTE YES
6, .with the coronation of Betty: "
Ann Sears Canal Point. as Queen _
Sugar II and Fred C. Sikes. Clew-
iston. as King Cane II. :: fir ON MAY 18!
'
The grand entrance of the Kin; fG
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and Queen was preceded by a '"F "
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court of six beautiful princessea ;
and six handsome princes. Lovely < z' : : ON THE PROPOSED SCHOOL BOND ISSUEr

gifts were presented to the King \ ,.
.
\:.
and Queen and members of the t OF $3,600,000 FOR EXPANSION OF OUR
/
royal court by the Sugar Com-
:p COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM TO MEET
pany. Following the coronation J p "

ceremonies employees of the "- URGENT DEMANDS FOR MORE BUILDINGS
Sugar Corporation attended a i
dance held in the Hall.Classified. AND FACILITIES.

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SEPTIC tacks and grease traps
cleaned: and repaired. Phone
3S72. Bob Douthit Pahokee. M17c a LOCAL TAXES! .

FOR SALE: New and used Willys
Jeeps.<< Walter Ashley Garage in 11g4JI'
a
UNDER PRESENT FINANCIAL SCHEDULES
Belle Glade Phone 126. Jllcn ;. ,

FOR SALE: Lightwood posts and NO TAXPAYER IN PALM BEACH COUNTY
piling. B. B. Touchstone La-
Belle Fla. MHp lit WILL PAY ANOTHER CENT MORE OF LOCAL

FOR SALE: 1 new office desK. TAXES. THE ENTIRE BOND ISSUE WILL BE
Walnut finish. 1 blonde cedar
chest. Call 3261 or 560. Mrs. T. C. ESPECIALLY WHEN THERE ARE PAID WITH MONEY CONTRIBUTED TO
Richardson. tf
NO MORE LOCAL TAXES PALM BEACH COUNTY BY THE STATE OF
LACK OF SPACE due to coming
NEEDED TO GIVE OUR SCHOOL
litters force me to offer fo; FLORIDA AND BY PRESENT COUNTY
sale my liver and white show! winning CHILDREN ADDED BENEFITS
male Knglish Springer Spaniel. THEY SCHOOL REVENUES.
Priced reasonable to good DESERVE AND NEED!

home. Phone 4S62 after 6 p. m. Amount of the propowd bond hsue I* 3600000. the 3-The state. under present law will pay 75T of the

M21rol bonds to be paid for In 20 year entire cost.
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ATTKNTIOX IUJu repairmen I 2 Under present stets law this em be paid with state: 4-16.000 school children of the county will be given
have one" K-20rt precision signal! : I funds allotted to our county and with funds of the adertiate school facilities under this h-n-j:! ue.
generator that has been used onr* county ALREADY IN SIGHT WITH NO MORE This will give each school child 15.371 i per year in
4 or 5 times that I would like to
I LOCAL TAXES. new building end facilities.
sell for Sl<> cash. Kobrrt Hewt-H.
Canal P.>mt. lpI.
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THE COMMITTEE OF
.('-" T: little dog female r.anvniSkippy. : i 21
white with two brown i ispots j
l lost in Canal Point. $-"' r- j I
FOR SCHOOLS OF PALM BEACH COUNTY
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... i URGES EVERY PALM BEACH COUNTY
tin; \.K: Shetland I'nlH K j
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Main St Hill L'ulhocri4..nUn---I I PROPERTY HOLDER TO VOTE ON, MAY 18

KOK SALT:: 1931 .-* ,"\r ....' :

Thomas Mer.! first house 1:1".1 VOTE FOR BONDS TUESDAY VOTE FOR BONDS TUESDAY VOTE FOR BONES TUESDAY
of Webb's: Bus Station in
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Page Six The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Friday. May 14. 194S

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Citrus ExpositionTo a citrus museum: which would be Point, sister-in-law of the bride:1 I Mothers Of The Past PAHOKEE HIGH SCHOOL
open to visitors the year around, was matron of honor. Horace P. I HONOR ROLL
Be ExpandedWINTER and would provide a complete Jones of West Palm Beach was Is Methodist ThemeAn
picture of Florida's citrus industry his brother's best man. 8th Grade: Dickie Atkins. Myra

HAVEN John A. from the planting of the nur- Mrs. Jones graduated from high inspiring Mothers Day page- Shirley.
Snively, Jr.. packing house executive sery seed to the packing, shippingand school and attended business college ant, portraying mothers of the 7! Grade: Peggy Lynn Shirley.
has been reelected presi- marketing of the fruit. i in Bakersville, Calif. Before past who have made rich contri- 12th Grade: Margaret Powe',
moving to West Palm Beach three butions to Walta Nell Hull Joyce Peacock.
dent of the Florida Citrus Exposition !- . our civilization was
for his ninth consecutive term. years ago she was a resident of presented at the First Methodist.. Lois Echols Patsy Creel. JuanitaDeLoacn.
At the same time officials an- Vorhees JonesMiss Pahokee where she was employedin << Church Sunday night under t le. Barbara Wroten, Helen
nounced plans for an expansion the offices of the Florida Power direction of Mrs. B. Elliott. As the Howes. Joy Padgett. Ruth Kautz
program to culminate in the silver Wanda Fern Vorhees and Light Company.Mr. pageant was being presented Sibyl Jensen Lena Goodson.
Jones is a graduate of Palm Mothers Day were 11th Grade: Jack Major. Imo-
anniversary of the exposition dur- daughter of Mrs. Laura A. Vortices songs sung by
ing the week of February 14-19 of Canal Point and Douglas Pierce Beach High School and was in the the youth choir and vocal solos gene Spivey. Yvonne Fraser Lil-
1949. in recognition fo the found- Jones son of Mrs. Eva Jones -jf service for two years during the by Robert O. Lampi and Miss Joan lian Hammond.10th .
ing of the original Winter Haven West Palm Beach were married at war.After McLarty. Grade: David Rame), Payne

Orange_ Festival in 1924. the Northwood Baptist Church i? a wedding trip to Silvc' . Jackson.9th .
Other officers named arc: West Palm Beach on Saturday. Springs and other points in Florida COUNTY COUNCIL OF PTA Grade Janet Adams. Janer-
L. Jr.. reelecte-1 the couple will make ther! te Mathis. Willard McCurdy. Sid-
George Burr May 8, at 5 p. m. Vows for th- The
County Council of PTA wi'1meet
Frank J. home inVest Palm Beach. ney Caruthers.7th .
chairman of the board
; read
single ring ceremony were by
.. at Lake Park on Wednesday: ,
Poitras, secretary; John L. Olson, Rev. Marlowe, pastor of the May 19 at 1030. Luncheon will be Grade: Robert Carlton. Roberta
of Dundee, treasurer; and C. C. church. Earle Pitts is recuperating froman Hatton. Eleanor Walker.
served at noon.
Street first vice president. The bride given in marriage Ly emergency appendectomy performed - .
Other vice presidents are Tom B. her brother Boyd Vorhees of Canal at the Everglades Memorial - .

Swann. Winter HavenH.. N. Soc Point on his tenth wedding I Hospital on Sunday.Mr. Parser Watson, who has bee Jack WaUKohlaper. ship purser
rells Arcadia; A. V. Saurma" niversary, wore a two-piece an-I - employed as clerk at the Pahokee left New Orleans this week on a
Clf'arwatf'rV.. F. Roper Winter tailored suit with white I and Mrs. Hugo Boe awl (I Western Union office, left thi 47-day cruise in South American
Garden; J. K. Ha"9.Vint r ies. She carried a white prayer children spent Mothers Day in < week for Gainesville where he will waters following which he plans to
itaven; John M. Campbell Lee.- book topped with white orchids. i Winter Haven with her parents, ; be night manager at the Western visit his parents Mr. and Mrs. H.
burg !J. J. Parrish. Jr.. Titusville, Mrs. Boyd Vorhee.s of Canal : Mr. and Mrs. C. Mitchell. Union office in that city. L. Waldschlager, in Pahokee.
and M. H. McNutt, Orlando. I I
The new ways and means committee -
consists of Frank L. Hol-
land. Winter Haven: Marvin H.

Walker, general manager of the
Florida Citrus Commission. Lake-
land: State Senator Harry KKiinp. -
John M. Ruder and George
L. Burr, Jr.. all of Winter Have"General
Manager Phil K. Lure
appointed recently on a thre3-
year contract basis announce I
that (expansion plans center around
construction of a 2000 seat auditorium -
which would be erected
either on the east or west comer -r
of Third Street and Avenue D, N.
W., adjoining the main entranceto
the exposition grounds.
This would incorporate space for


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May 14, 1948 The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Page Serea

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Mothers HonoredBy Batchelor, Mrs. J. C. SO'w\'der.-r I I Moberg Conducts PUFFY EXHIBITION

J. Crews and Mrs. R. Hitchcock.The .

The BaptistsPerhaps happy climax to the morning I Miami Revival The Palm Beach County Dog

service was the receiving into th> I II Fanciers Association hold an

the most gratifyin. fellowship of the church Mrs. Revival services are in progress all-breed
I'I puppy exhibition at
Mothers day in the history of the Violet Hall daughters Mary and this week. First Baptist Church of
I I Phipps Park in Palm Beach en
First Church of Martha and Carl Watson. :\ and Mrs John Bethea ofCleviston Miami Beach. and
Baptist Pahoke; are being conducted
Sunday, May 16 at :2 m. Two
I The Training Union at 6:45 en- I p.
I announce the arrival ofa the Rev.
was joyfully experienced last by C. A. Moberg.
judge.sill award firs:
I joyed a good attendance with a son Kenneth Reed on May ;. competent
Sunday. The goal of 300 in Sun- special program in the Junior Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Bentley pastor of the First Baptist Churca and second prizes in each grouj*

('ay School fell a little short only i I Dept. for the mothers. Refreshments of Bryant announce the arnval ot of Pahokee. The services will close I'' aJ class. Special prizes for best

because of the miniature cloudburst I,' were served. A more thai a daughter.; Brenda Jean on Sunday night. litters and all live puppies in each

'; that visited this area at the : capacity congregation attended, : May 12Party Pahokee is indeed: fortunate to I litter must be shown. Those interested -

Sunday School hour. Thanks t3 I i the 8 o'clock service to welcome . are urged to be in attend-
the short duration of the shower ,: the Dade Quartet whose progran. i have in the pulpit Sunday the Re,'. i j ance for the exhibition.

preaching: time found conditions which was of the highest spiritual; Honors Two K. Dursma. who studied for th:;

improved resulting the attend-I 4 I order resulted in a second" happy On Their BirthdayMrs. ministry in Holland. He will speak -'

ance of a capacity congregation.The climax; with the coming into the: to the Men's Bible Class at 9:4.1; !

ten mothers who were hon- : fellowship of the church. Mr. an.! and will preach at the 11:...'0 "j OFFICE HOURSFROM
Thomas Elliott and Mrs. J.
ored follow: Mrs. Violet Ha'l Mrs. Roy Kautz. Mr. and Mrs. J. o'clock hour. Mr. Dursma just re- j
C. (twice)1. Mrs. E. Eason twice), L. Humphrey Ruby Gunter and cently purchased a movie projector -
Mre. G. M. Mrs. '' for the the city park on Thursday after- and other like equipment to be '!
Grimes twice), : Wayne Unwin. totaling ten JUNE 1 THRU SEPT 30
noon of last week with a party and used in a that will benefit
T.V.. Knight Mrs. M. Conrath. i'I program -
. day.The wiener roast honoring their
sons. South Florida. The First :
Mrs. E. Unwin and Mrs. James many more who are contemplating Bap- CLOSED. WEDNESDAY ANDSUNDAY
Batchelor. Others honored were uniting with this chur 1 Tommy Elliott and Jimmy Sehoep- tist Church of Pahokee will enjoy j

:\11:;. II. n. Unwm president of the await a hearty welcome. The pastor pel. on their birthday anniver- a place on this program. I!

\\". M. U. and leaders. Mr.s.V.. H. Rev. C. A. Moborg and members saries. Outdoor games were enjoyed Sunday night. Mr. Dursma will RECENT EMERGENCIES

Rogers, Mrs. W. A. Keen. Mrs. J. say, "Praise God for this and refreshments were *!>ervclbv : how the film. "The Blood Thisis ACCEPTEDDR.

C. Mock. Mrs. F. G. Gillis. ),Ir... :(i I Mount of Transfiguration.** exper- the hostesses to approximately one of the outstanding Christ- '

T. W. Knight Mrs. R. Grime I j ience. May there be many more. 00 guests. ian pictures of the day. Lasting' and ) & .

:Mrs. \V. H. Kemp. Mrs. James I I . forty minutes this will be the C. E. CREEL

NOT(E preaching program. The public is '

-- --- I I I Superior Meat-Type NOTICE IS vith HEREBY the GIVEN provisions that lr.accordance of cordially invited. I

I Chapter 18042 LaTrs of Florida. Acts of
Chicken Is Sought I
1917. the Board of Supervisors of EAST
IT'SDICK - TEACH DRAINAGE DISTRICT. a draiaeee -

ERVINFOR poultrvmen GAINESVILLE: are continuing- Florida's their .I under district the lands laws organized within of Florida.and Palm and existing Beach embracing tr.. -:..:..:..:- 2J t tJ tIt.e :..:..:..:..:..: .'

County has caused to be prepared a <> Ms
search for a superior; meat-typ: i bucket showing the requirements ofI
General"I chicken with a 194S Chicken-of- I the District for Maintenance operation <:. That's the thrilling message sweeping the entire,) c:.
Attorney
Tomorrrw (contest which started tear and beginning administration on the first during day the rlNovember. c} -'tate: ..;...

March 29. I 1948. and ending on the <: ... .
The new contest follows up the thli"tJ.flr..t day of October... 1949 Said f IOIN' NOW in the drive to insure better jjoternmei.t :
I budget: among other thin!! shows the .
splendid progress made by Florida amount of Maintenance Tax per are x for FloridaCAST :'

I poultrymen in their 1946 and 1917 I necessary to be levied upon the land Cy' C."
within said District for the year 1948 I
[ (contests sponsored bv A&P: Fool The said budget I* now on file ar.d .;;. :"
be examined the of Ih'
may at office .
Stores when they competed fo.- I
II[1 Secretary of the District at Camt'Point v.
awards of $7.OOO against itstand- Florida The Board of Siioeri *.!-- IV.
.. c.
i ling- ors of Fast Beach Dt<'.ti''e Dt-trict w ."
breeders throughout the coun-
v lIt meet at 9 00 clock A. !'of. on the .A. A
.
.
twenty-eighth; day of Mar 1948. at the yV
try.This office of the Secretary of the Dustr'c
vear's (cortect ns outlined VV
I a.
In Canal Point Florida. for the tnirtx.f x
bv State Chairman X. R. Mohroh-f. of hearing: obtectlons' and COTMalnt aa

i will run for ]wwko.. On June 23 with respect to the sa'3mdiet : '. w's
and for the purpose of tra.sactlnz .
( compt'tingflO'ks will b' sent to a such other business as may .
central dressing plant. Birds wi'I properlv rome before said meeting: c". "
\T7n th'= rxwh sac of Anrtl.1Ot8 .yA
'be judged for hatchability feathering nY ORPFR OF TH v BO\RD or ..y c..

feed consumption, rate of SUPFRVISOgc" OF rST BEACH
on\r.E DTSTPICT V
I growth and })conformation.. By L I. STu-kev
Its prpc<1..'>t
goal
The
of the national Chic -
Pub Hay 14 21. 1O43. .
I ('n-of-Tomorrow ('ont.<;f't. supervised a ?t ,t't's sw1

am deeply grateful to the bv a committee of poultryindustry It F: F\T; SHORE DR\i."\F I lsTRIrT -
Ieop5 of Florida! and Palm Beach T\\FS: FOR ,FR ISIS!
leaders and represent.-
NOTICE IS HERFBY GIVEN that Incccrdtnce {
County for their support of m" I
tires of the U S. Department of .. with the provisions ifOhartr A
"c-anilidarv for tho offieo of Attorney I # .
201:0LA""' of Florida. Act C .
General at the polls on j Agriculture: i ja to develop a r f 1941.! the Board of Super\isor "of .

May 4. Your vote and support has I[ chicken that will grofastt'r on EAST :SHORE!" DRMNAOE' DISTRICT. :a ::> YOUR UALLOT: .\Y 23th: FOR ci.i .
drainage district oreanlred and
made rile the leading candidate for: less feed and produce more meat : existing
under the law of Florida and embracing -
this high offi('('. I appreciate th. | in proportion to bone Cornmerci *I : lands within Palm Peach
confidence von have placed in me. CYwntv has caused to be prepared a
production of the Meal bird wou M

"It is my hope that many newfriends mean greater returns for Florida's nutrments Midget shoving of the: the District Debt and Service the reciulrement re-- i I Ic
from part of Florida Dan
every $9.0OOOOO poultry industry, an.lgreater of the District for main McCarty
.
will join with me in my campaign I r rrroe operation and administration { : ;
satisfaction for the
for sound efficient and pro- ('ontlmt'r. daring the year beelnnlmr on the
ft""tfav of November. 1941. and en 1-
frcsnve government for our I l t",v on **ie thlrtv-fir day of October .
state. !1 The program announced by I'M SaM bucket amonn: other thln "hotv the amount of Debt .SrrYfceTat
Chairman>hlhoC. poultry breeder -
RICHARD W. EIVINtCandidate and the amotmt of MaintenanceTax y :
: at the University of.Florida per; acre necessary to be leviedr
for I
.. *>n .t:e 'iin.i< withinaid Distrlc'fr.r I
:, place increased emphasis on the < : : for : :
Attorney GeneralPaid sear 1 1 SThe
:y
:
Junior participation. Special cash I said biioVet l. now on file andTnuv
( for by Palm Beach County and trophy awards will be male be ex"nlr I !"'-' *
etarr c the District ->t Canal
friend of Dick Ervin by A&P to winners in the junior Pofnt Florida The Board of

- division., or Fv !5hore Draliare District ,. (Paid Political Adv \'.) .:.
v III meet at 2 15 o'clock PM. on theS'rfont

o! the day.Serretarv of Star 14411.the District.t lb.ruttier < *>!r>!!vvv >*!*><*vvv<*>vvvvvvv w T

In Canal Pnl." F'oHdo for .be ptirr -
>nf of ne*rtn btectlons and mm-
niatrts! with resnert t.. the said< budget
Vote ".,d for the nvrnose of irfrnsactrti -
L Burton ""rti other btislness as maY proper -
Grady .
For *** e** ie .si o-* .It'** meet'n. PIANOSNEW
= D.\T"'l this :TOth day of Anrtl 194!
Rv flROa'R "P 'rur Rfsaru' flyvr'protrsfipc
F .
-.
O" ST SHORE
Candidate For nt*tN a.1T DISTRICT
Bv p. v PattersonIf
Pr-ldertPib
Attorney GeneralA Mar 14 21. 1948!
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RE: P\HOKFE imtlNtr.E: DISTRICTT \ 'urlitzcr, Knabe. Gulbransen, Jan. en.
T'\ FOR '-F.\R IMS
capable and experienced lawyer withan NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that In Kranich & Bach, Winter
outstanding record of public service accordance with the provtslons of
I Chapter 1BO42! Law-* of Florida Acts of
STATE ATTORNEY TERMS BUSINESS B \N CIVIC 1 37. the Board of Pupervtsors of F'HOKEE \-
LEADER VETERAN WORLD WAR I '' DRAINOF DISTRICT a RECONDITIONEDSpecial
Jr.alna. DctrtC'onll.nI7f'd and .sl'-
!, Ins nn',"T the laws of Florida and em-
>"rae-loll: Sands within ram Beach summer values on Spinette.-, Studios Uprights
County has caused tn he prepared a
and I Grand
b fidget .ho.-ne the D-bt Service re- MirrApiano-
n'ltremenvs of the Dl- rlct and of the
East tilt thereof and the requirement I Ii
>f the East t.'nltf the District forn
RETURN Justice T. Frank HOBSONTo .' mceTperat'on and adm'nl- i Radios And Radio Phonographs
r-at:i'n dunnK: the year bntirir.tr.g on I
the f'.ct d.vf Nvemr 1J3 and II
.... .-i the thirtv-flrst day of O-to- I p'oi' (;b'n('rl Elea.trio: Iltndix Howard
1 iS4> Said Irj-leet among tb.t .- t
The n--s_ show the aaio'jnt of the Ew tf !r tt.w.rt \\"ro.'r irC'A: \Vt ,rW"c
.
rv -- sr-i-c Tax and the amount
I .' T-ttt ?t '.r. enane Tax per acre ..x.ty; K.'cordoj.t
.' f -a-r '(\ hi" '..vterfip...n the lands
SUPREMECOURT .n _14 Distr'rt! the .ear let! \ sod Ltn'.. \..<- ...! In Tr..4l- On I.s.iu. <. .'h..n..irrui>h%
T' f said tr.are* is row on fi'e art
-- ,.. '* .*-.-
exam.r-ed a' the -1'1: >
_
.
-. -.i-e "1 the ntsT"--t at Canal
T F' xxls The Tftna-'t <-f S-pe"i' --
: Pahoke .f)Patti..e Dl.trif* bra. UI.-T: I' \1.1 I1I\(11:
. .- 1 IS' P 'nrt: Pt r-n ".
.
-.r day of !!av 1M8 a- *h-
.e'sTV.-'"
the -t
... BRUBAKERMUSIC
'- s''Inv' P'-'rtd' ? !C"r :' '.
Vote For This hear't'P'.rt -i. O.< 5-....-.
'h --.". '.,. .... .-1
f .... __ h.r'. COMPANY
ABLE JURISTMay .
rrh.b tie -:' rOgrwp 7m -
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25th -... flprRr p-"... nv ::.w It \It B \ 2-SIT*.

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Eight The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday May 14, 1948

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Woman's Clubs InCountyWide Legion AuxiliaryHas CIRCLE TO MEET
I The new Mary Martha Circle o*
Regular Meet the First Methodist Woman's So- 1- SEAT COVERS
MeetMrs. ciety of Christian Service will
Members of the American Legion meet at the home of Mrs. T. K. i WE FIT ANY CAR I
Auxiliary Post 90, met at the Alexander on Monday. May 17. at +
Edward T. Page of Delray home of Mrs. Jack Phillips Tues- 8 p. m. Mrs. Jack Phillips, chair- i $13.95 to $55.00
Beach was installed president of day night wiht Mrs.. Lois Mock, man, will preside at the business. i
newly elected president presiding. Mrs. John A. Dulany will be in
the Palm Beach County Federa- II ,
It was reported that the auxil- charge of a study of "Great
tion of Woman's Clubs at a busi- iary netted more than $200 for the Prayers of The Bible." Mrs. M. 1\1PAIJL'S\ SERVICE STATION !!
ness meeting held in the Pahokee benefit of disabled veterans in the I Bordener will assist Mrs. Alexander -

First Methodist Church on Thurs- sponsorship of "poppy day" saleson as co-hostess. CANAL POINT, FLORIDA -
day morning of last week. 1 :May 4. Plans were discussed for -.. !I :,
Other newly elected officers inducted the annual installation of new officers :Mrs. Miriam Bordner is a pa- I
were Mrs. Frank Seabroo.t which will, be held in thi tient at the Everglades :Memorial
of Jupiter, first vice president; Belle Glade Legion Hall on the Hospital this week.
Mrs. Louis Warshauer of West night of May 20 with all Legion PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERSJohnson
Palm Beach second vice president posts and auxiliaries in the LaI.e '
; Mrs. E. J. Cassilly of Delra/ area taking part in the joint installation 9
/i
Beach secretary-treasurer. Mrs. C. ceremonies. '
Raymond Durkee of West Palm I It was announced that Miss ,.
Beach, a member of the State Federation Yvonne Fraser, daughter of Mr. .
acted as installing officer. and Mrs L. J. Fraser and a member 'j
Mrs. Allen Dame of Boynton of the Junior Class at Paho-

Beach retiring presidentfi presided kee High School will attend Girls .""" \, \"
at the business. It was announced State in Tallahassee June 14-13 \ \. V

that the next county federationmeeting under the sponsorship of the Post "t1;...'!..: it
will be held in Lantana. 90 Auxiliary. $

Following the business session The next meeting will be held on t ,.J
luncheon was served in the \Voman's instead of the
the first Tuesday HARD !
Club building with membersof second Tuesday in June at the ; TO BEAt
the Pahokee club acting as home of Mrs Joe Tom Boynton.Mrs. .
hostesses. The clubhouse was de- Myrtle Brooks was a guest.CIIfKCHE .
orated for the affair with maypoles -
of many colors and bouquet .- Cash Grocery

of gold and purple spring flower OF CIIRl T
. the club colors. The purple boipamevilla. -
club flower, was hand SCIENTIST .Streamline Specials For Friday and
painted on the programs which "MORTALS A X D IMMORTALS' Saturday Only

were printed on gold-colored pi is the subject of the LeasrSermon STREAMLINE LOCATED OV TilE MUCK CITY ROM Tl'IiV OFF STATE MARKET IIO\l
per. Mrs Leon Spooner was chair- which will be read 11 :NKAK THE LIGHT TLANT: IN: PAIIOHEK."The .
of Christ Scientist,
man of the committee in charge of Churches
luncheon arrangements. Plat;?* throughout the world on Sunday.Mav : Best In Food Prices"l.tTtRY
16.
were laid for 125.
I The Golden Text is: "As we
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concluded -
The all-day: meeting was
at the clubhouse in the afternoon have borne: the image of tvearthV. 1'.U'KtU: ";j I'OI'ND':

Mrs with R. W.a Sanders program as presentedby follow; : I,I of; the we shall h\>avenJI also. bear Corinthians the inare .-- SUGAR, 5 pounds ------ 43c Hi-Up FLOUR. .._-______ 1.85
15 491.
:
.
Kahn
Piano 1'.10.Irs. Joseph ; vocal -
duet Mrs. R. M. finders an-1 : Among the citations which comprise so. 2 ('\SS ('.\S tI-I.-U'K:

Mrs. R. W. Sanders; rt'adings.Irs.. the Lesson-Sermon Bible is"the'herc-following Cream Corn 16c MEAL 5 45cC.
the
D. D. Caiidill; vocal trio. Mrs. C. i from : Styled -- --- pounds __u m
A. :\Ioht>rg, Mrs T. W. Knight and I fore henceforth know* we no man ::
the fleshea.. though we
after
Mrs. Ralph C. Grimes; comedyskit. : SE ,o, 31st ('. 3 F)1i

Melvin Tillis and Charles have known henceforth Christ after know the we flesn.him Coca-Colas 89c Pork and Beans 29c

Holmes; vocal solo. Mrs. LeT j yet now bin ----...---....----.--- ..___n __n_
Wroten; Reminiscences of Pioneer no more. Therefore if any man I
I Christ he is a new creature:
Days. Paul Rardin and B. Elliott. .\LL l'OI'rL.\U BRANDS: :so. 2 C\ss:
:Mrs. Parnell Enecks was pianist: old htings are passed away behold "-
all are become new* carton TOMATOES IlcDt:1310.E
on the program.. (en Corinthians things 5:16: 17). Cigarettes, _....__ $1.75 can _. ..____ __

Mrs. Emma Wheeler has returned The Lesson-Sermon also from includesthe the \O. -1i! CANS I= POl.'SO
from Lakeland for an extended following passage
Christian Science textbook "Sci PEACHES 3Sc Cocoa .17c-
visit daughter.with Mr.her and son-in-law Mrs. Jess and M ence and Health with Key to theScriptures' _._ .. __.... ....... Hersheys _.. _______..
Baker Eddy:
by Mary
Elliott in Pahokee. BLUE PLATE: N(1. 2 CAN
feeble flut-
\\'e must reverse our
terings our efforts to find life COFFEE 47c Mustard Greens uullc
and truth in matter and rig' pound '_ __.._ eo.. .._...
CHILLS ft FEVER above the testimony of the mate
ial senses, above the mortal to t ia 88\"S 2 FOK (iI88. C.AN
DUE TO MALARIARELIEVEDrrf immortal idea of God. These clearer Vienna 3Sc Tomato SC

higher views inspire the Go.11 Sausage ...._...... __ Soup U'_ .._. ___u _..____
Ike man to reach the absolute
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