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Title: Everglades News
Uniform Title: Everglades News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Belle Glade ; Canal Point, Fla.
Publication Date: April 19, 1946
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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 )
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Co.Palm:Population 2 Beach: .. THE E V E RGLAD E S N EW The Distinguished:find'"fhe Prefers' < s.1



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RECENT i Ra.-dill Gets N e\v D.-aglille To Build



OPERATIONS County Roads III Eve.'glacles Region


By Paul F.ardin

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Palm I see Beach by the is going papers to where advance Wet the :.'>:;:. ;/,. ,:>: >;."" l:i.I ,; ', :,.; .;::.f-, ; :'C' :: ':Ii, >">. ;... -'J :. .. .:, .t1J

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clock an hour on April 2$. What Ei o' 'Y''t
does that do to the balance of the ,: ; j :"
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county Ordinarily it takes me an ) :
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hour to drive to the court house. ,
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Under the new set.up it will take ''i'' f
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two hours to get there but I will "

be coming home in nothing flat! j


Now comes another shortage of
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labor. A flat price of 70c for bean i"r
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picking has been broadcast over
the country in an effort to round- \

up a few pickers to take care of

the spring crop. If it isn't one

thing to worry the farmers it &s

something else. I am glad I'm 3

country newspaper editor.I .
d "
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asked a celery rowing friend
I
of mine the other day a few pertinent -

questior.s about celery. I

think the answer that came nearer :
to flooring me than any other was

ln: regard to the cost of growing i Tt + $ r

the luscious weed this sea. on. $521 ,. I
ti a i'
nn acre wa what it co t him to r s+

grow his. I'm not planning to grow : IT: :

any celery next yrar. ,


Personal to Howard Haney atJ *

Hap Parsons: I'm glad you've been
named to the roads committee of :
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the Belle Glade chamber ot cocmerce. -

The county needs a lot or i

good help and you fellows should

be plenty good in this line.

Bob Douthit-in Pahokt'e Is a:1 IT'S HERE In the Everglades A brand new county dragJine assigned to County Commissioner District No. 5 to build

active candidate for mayor and hb roads. Despite a war on two fronts, strikes on many fronts md other nd\'er e circumstance Paul Hardin, county commis-

formal announcement appear sioner from the Everglades of Palm Beach County, h s been :t'rc! 'ssful in securing for this district a brand new razline

In next week's paper so he told which he plans to use4in carrying out his road building plan The new machine cost just :1 fraction Jess than $J.I.OOOan

me last night. is equipped with a full diesel by Caterpillar. It will he put to work immediately] by Commissioner Hardin. Alongside

... the new dragJine stands a four wheel drive Jeep recently purchased by the county for Rardin's district and it will he used

Bible Class Will to "tend" the ra1-line. The Jeep is ideal for carrying a barrel of fuel and a can of grease across rough land to the site
of dragIine operations. It cost $1,305.00: and has been assigned to this district.


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Occupy New Edifice II I------------------------

I Irs. Rosa Ann Nash I Funeral Services I Recreational Group} Swimming Pool

Sunday lorning Is Named Assistant j To Perfect Plans

Post :Master, B. G. i For nil's. Danson I For Park Equipment Drive For $15,000

An event long prayed and hoped _

for will come Into being with The I Irs. Rosa Ann Nash has been : Member of the Pahokee Recrea- Set For
Funeral services for Irs. Ruts Tuesday
Pahokre Men's Bible Class occupying named assistant postmaster at tior.al Council voted Monday night
Damon, 45, who diN at the local
its new building this Sunday I Belle Glade according to announcement in regular meeting to have a definite ,
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ho;petal Monday ,
morninf: This structure. one of by George P. FarnaU, post.mader. held at the Pahokel'evening First were plan drawn up by an engineer Next Tuesday -April 23 .- will

the finest of its kind in this area, The appointment was ef- Church Thursday afternoon Baptist at 2 to show location of equipment and I tell the tale whether or not Pahokee .
was built under the supervision ot fectin' on March 16. 1trs. Nash buildings to be placed on the rrrrratinnal r and Canal Point communities
p. m.. with Pt'Cafl A. I
N. D. Evans The ot has been the of- foberg llJcom Point
craftmanship : employed ID post j pastor, ofCi'iating. Pallbearers grounds on : will have a swimming pool 83 a
this mechanic is worthy or com flee as a clerk since 1939. She I noad. John T. Pickett was assigned I feature at the new recreational
I I
were Jim Mizell, Sam IcKimtr '.
mendation of the highet. This has lived for many years in Belle i Sr. : the job and he toM council park to be located on Il1rom Point
Albert Cant, John Pickett
beautiful t'dfice is thirty two feet Glade and is a graduate of Florida I II ,'members that he- would have a road. Pabokee Lions dub is -
sponsoring
Inman W. Weeks and B.
S. War.
by one: hunlJr'd. A large kitchen I State College for Women an Tallahas.Qee : plan readY for them in two weeks. I the movement to raise $15-
Ing.
which will play its part in the fellowship and taught school in Belle tr9. Damon I In the \'er-aU plan there are to : 000 to finance the project and they
was 3 pioneer resident -
programs in the days to Glade before taking up the postal of PahokN She Is survived be tennis courts, a swimming pool, i have set next TueaJay as the day
come utilizes twelve f't. work in 1939. Irs. ash's appointment barbecue pits, horseshoe courts, to raise the necessary fundi.I .
by two daughters, rrs. Das Tabh .
It Is the thought ot the officials comes as pleasing news I I: .-hufCIe board courts baseball As a preliminary the Lions have
and Mrs. Bobbie Pahokee I
and numbers that this building to her friends in Belle Glt\1 I'Kinstry diamond
many and it calls for some definite already rounded up a tUrn in the
Three and Don-
shall bt shared with those of the who will be happy to know that : sons Eugene planning in order that equipment neighborhood ot $3.000 through
ald Dann Pahok, and JackDan..qn.
community whose organizations she has been promoted to a posi- and buildings may be placed subsrlipUon and straight out donations -
U. R Army the father,
are like minded in endeavors for tion she so well deserves.Achievement ; to bt..t advantage and not be to the proj<s
the upbuilding of society.. Words --- --- I Luther Knight Belle Glad; two thrown lip t.lphazardly. I amount is a long way from the .
sisters. tr9. Ray Hawk and Mrs.
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order to the -
or prate ate fully in -
; needed $15,000 to costrict Ute
Day Frank O'ConnrJl, Canal Point
two
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H. L. Jaudon,
building committee : 40dOO toot pool with all It' aeeissary -
Chairman; H. Un\\in, \\'. Ti1li9, T. By C. P. 4-11 Club Pahokee brothers,, and L. W.two and grandchildff'n.Burial T. W. Knight. Revival Ieeting appurt.nant. lIowtftl'.

U. Wilson and 1Iltn.. The dedicatory member ot the dub art optimAttie
Set For Friday Apr. 26 was at Woodlawn Cemetery -
service will be conducted in '
Starts Sunday Nite over the outlook for slant Thtm
We-t Palm Beach. Berry'sFuneral
the near future. dav' drive.
The Canal Point .f.J{ club will Home was in charge of
Ea-\ter
Th special program At 1'1lftiday'S IDMtJac. of till
planned for this Sunday will l'on- hold annual 8rhlt'\'l'mt nt day at atTaD rents 11ev. Guy Owens of Test F1'ig.Ifr Lions dub eight tams d two m1l1

Mst ot much not ic, with the Class the Canal POint school lunch room -- --- ---- Park IJftptL-t Church will be each w ,.. arranged to make the

Quarttt, tt'Ssrs. Butler. Spooner, on April :s at 2 p. m. The girls Ed Jensen Talks with the Canal Point Baptist drivt' They have been assigned

\\\)4. Cowart and Grimes C alternate will ban on exhibition their work Church for the next two weeks In their sections cf town and have

'). I'rtstr.ting three selection, and accomplishments of the year To Bor Scout Troop Revival Mn"It' 1M Revival will their hats or rroar-tJ. A coo.certed .
The is invited to attf'ftd. The
with C\wart conducting the usual public gEt UDder way at the evening effort will 00 made neat
loral dub holds honors in
enthusiadie song. stn'i't' President highest r.d\\ard A. Jensen PahokeePestruuster mice FAster Sunday with the Tuesday to raise :M necasss y

L. Jaudon will lead. He\ C.A. the county----in_.4.H- -Club. _work._ and amateur photo- regular pAStor doing the prtathlng.Rf. funds to fN.ta1 the p',ol.
Mobrg, teacher, will present graphcr gave a talk on "Cameras Owens win come to the After a &termined effort 18mw
theIt n. "Tht Resurrection of I. Thf-re's going to tit a lot of and Photography" at 3. meeting of Church tM fcllowing day and con.tinue and it is found thAt eitlsel

air Lord and SJ\'iollr Jesus I IChn."t. growling on the part of the Lions Troop :3 in the Pabokei' scout through the first Friday in of the two communities aft not
in Paboket if fail to round
." Some two months ago the I Imeml'l'ooip they up hut Thursday evening of last Wtf"k. Iay. Services will begin each interested eneuRh to carry out the

committee, -ft'ssrs. F..I fifteen thousand! iron men to build To give local scouts an opportunity night at eight o'rlock aDd tM pub- project then the Lion win retllfB

Keen T. W. Knight and C. L. !, a swimming pool.111 you help' to acquire merit badges for photographic lic is most cordiAlly Invited and 4,,the checks they have on hand ud

Shirley Proposed an FAster goal work Mr. Jensen offered urged to come. Good singing! good call the whole thing oft.

ot 150. This was SdoptN. hence, I and visitors it is hoped, will bepresent. to lend the troop his dark room preaching:. good fellowship' Come, --. .-

attainment CJf this is looked forj j. The time is 9:45.: Greet. film developing equipment a.s soon \\rhlp, and pray.with U!. i,'i Next Tuesday tells the tale-
waN to with keen anticipation. I.us Harold Holman and Marvin Un. as the scouts build a dark room. : ----- -- s 1 I whether Pabokte and Canal Point

Fiery unaffiliated man of this I i win recently returned service men Scoutmaster Jack Phillips named The Woman's Cub will conduct will have a ,1mmtng fJitfr. )t',

community is most cordially invited I I will be at the door with a good Murray Wttks official bugler cf i a luncheon mttticg at the clubhouse : going to cost $1S,000. Will you

to athnJ. AU ex-servicemen I I hearty handshake for aU. the up.L'1d-comlr.g Troop 23. ; on Tuesday at 12:15. : kick in your !hare?



Page Two The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday, Apri119,1946
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THE EVERGLADES NEWS Life On The Campus

Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region A IT'S A HARD JOB TO FILL ALL

Established 1924 Published Every Friday AT PAHOKEE maR SCHOOL I II OF OUR ORDERS!

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance
I The sophomore class tried something But, you can rest assured that we will do every-
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office I new in Pahokee High School ( thing in our power to give you the best service

In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter. on Friday night when they spon-i possible.
:ored a dance for the benefit of :
Editor and Publisher
Rardin !
Paul
the Junior Red Cross. The admission AL BELCHER
was a gift for some man in I
No Medical School the Veteran's Hospital in Key ; 'rl BOX 876 PAHOKEE
Colin English, state superintendent of public instruction, West. The Red Cross on white I I '3 I II Ir
has asked Southern medical college not to exclude Florida background constituted the decora- '
students who have no medical school in their home state. All tions in the school gymnasium, the
medical 1 schools have limited enrollments and long waiting setting for the dance. Two boxes, I I ,
also in red and white with the Red '
lists, Mr. English says, and are giving preference to stu- i I Ii
dents who come from the state in which the college js lo- Cross on front received the gifts, I
each in attractive CLEANERS
wrapped an i QUAIJTY I
cated. This makes it tough for Floridians. manner. Everyone joined in the
Incidentally it comes as something of a shock to learn spirit of the affair which was considered : : (Billie Iolstad Owner)
and all I I
that the great state of Florida, with all its money a huge success by all con-
its other superlatives, has no medical school.-Sanford cerned. I DRY CLEANING & ALTERING i I

Herald. .
a We have been asked to par-
ticipate in the Cancer Drive. The I I
Federal Payrolls Grow Business and Professional Wom- CASH AND CARRY !
in the executive branch of the
Federal civilian payrolls an's Club is handling the drive in [
government increased by 30,368 names during last January this area and is anxious for the !
alone, with a total cost to taxpayers of $60,736,000 a year, students and parents to become We specialize in slip covers, upholstely : I

according to Senator Byrd of Virginia. The January total acquainted with the work of the I and drapes. Alterations an- I
of federal civil employment inside the U. S. was 2,511,158, American Cancer Society. Please
other specialty of ours. I !
with an additional 435,789 employed outside the country. contribute as much as you possibly
Senator Byrd and his congressional committee recommended can. '

a cut to not more than 1,000,000 employes.-St. Augus- i' PROMPT SERVICE
tine Record. There was a special matinee
.. Tuesday at 2 o'clock, for the stu- .
I
I
dents ot the schools to the
the surprise see : I Located in Pahokee in Old
IISurprise Party For Others attending movie "Wilson". It is a very his- ( Bivans
party were Mr and Mrs. Jack toric and dramatic picture that all Lumber Yard Office) r rI
Mrs L. W. Armstrong Phillips Mrs. Mary ChIviges Mrs. high school students should see. It i I I
Helen Murray, Mrs. A. R. Rice,
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is a special benefit for those who
It was surprise, surprise! for Blanche Elizabeth Bowers, Hughes are taking American History in
Dr. L. W. Arm-
Mrs. L. W. Armstrong when rela- Ridenour and their high school courses.
tives and friends gathered at the strong. I
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home of her son and daughter ---- The Palm Beach County schools :
law,'Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Arm- Got a grand that's not working? will be closed this Friday-Good Canal Point Machine Works r
strong, Friday night to help her It'll buy a lot of cement for the Friday

celebrate her birthday anniversary. new swimming pool! ... .. Manufacturers Of
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- --., IRRIGATION AND DRAINAGE PUMPS
Seek Abolition Of
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I SEABEE and EVINRUDEI OPA Controls Over i I I I WEED CHOPPERS I


i I OUTBOARD MOTORS Fresh Citrus FruitWASHINGTONAppearing We Are Agents For I

II I j ASCO MARINE FORD CONVERTED ENGINES
: See them on display here today. ALSO
be- i AND HERCULES DIESEL MOTORSI
: Briggs & Stratton Air-Cooled Engines fore the House Banking and Cur- I
rency Committee recently Murl E. I I I l

: PALM SERVICE STATION Pace general manager of the HAVE DRAG LINE CABLE IN STOCK !
United Growers and Shippers of I I II
Orlando, and J. Wayne Reitz, eco- II IWE j
i Phone 2921 Pahokee nomic counsel for the organization H CANAL POINT PilOSE 531- P. O. BOX 466

pled for the abolition of OPA I _
controls over fresh citrus fruits on
the grounds that the supply equals
MANUFACTURE EVERYTHING TIIAT'S
I the demand and that exemptions
I from OPA are justified. Pace and MADE OUT OF IRON FOR USE IN

RELIEF i i Reitz pointed out that the Florida TilE GLADES
i citrus industry had increased its I
production of oranges by 106 per-
-FROM- cent over pre-war years, and told
I : the committee the
government - - .
was taking only 1,000,000 cases of .
FLIES MOSQUITOES ANTS i canned citrus products this year
iI compared with 19,000,000 from the
: 1944.45 crop."Therefore".
I they said, in a pre- Prince TheatreP
ROACHES FLEAS AND
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I pared statement "'hen one con-
siders the overall supply ot both
fresh and canned citrus, the adequacy FLORIDA
I II II ,
OTHER
INSECTS : of the supply for American

I I conClumers becomes apparent."We .
feel that when any com- WEEK OF APRIL 21st, 1946
Wq have just received a large consignment in modity, whether it be agricultural
or otherwise, reaches a supply
quart and gallon containers, of the new insect : level the need for price control Sunday-MOftday
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repellants and murderers in . . . I IMULTICIDE no longer exists." "CAPTAIN EDDIE"
I Ii OPA lifted citrus controls in
i December, but reinstated them Fred MacMurray, Lynn Bari, Charles
over the industry's objections Bickford, Thomas Mitchell
AND PYROCIDE : when prices went up.

i ... TuesdayWednesday"JESSE

The former li a liquid spray containing 5 per Un\\'ins Celebrate JAl\IES"

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cent DDT, and the latter contains PTetrins and Return Of Boys
Tyrone Power, Henry Fonda, Nancy
a small amount of DDT. Both nf these insecticides Kelly, Randolph Scott
Mr and Mrs. J. E. Unv.1n held a

are powerful in their action on insect liCe.I family reunion and dinner at their
home in Pahokee Sunday to celebrate TbursdayFridar"DAKOTA"
I
the return of their boys
: Come in and get a can or this new remedy and home from the sen'ice. Those at-
I tending were Mr. and Irs. W. V.Unwin John \\'ayne.era Rhuba P..a13ton'Vatter
i you will quickly be convinced or its high value for and children, Christine and Brennan

Edna Mr. and Mrs. n. E. Un\\in -
; the purpoes used.
and children Wa'Df and Brenda.
I Mr. and Irs. Josh Crews and Fos Double Feature Program
Eddie Mr. and Mrs Marvin Un-
j \\in. Mrs. Y1Zie ycheck, David Saturday
I KILGORE SEED CO. I Unv.in. Betty Unwin. Elaine "DICK TRACY"
Baker Bob Hitchcock and Mr. and
Anne Jeffre"s, tike Iazurki
Mrs. Ed Unv.in.
: Pahokee Belle Glade I ... ALSO -
I Membership in the :rimmlngI "
;i Phone 3201 Phone 106 pool deal is only $25. Can yogi! 1 \Vanderer The Vastelands"Jam
i I afford one! You'U really enjoy \\'
L'' I ,that elegant swimming pool-many

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Friday, April 19. 1946 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Page Three
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NOTICE other pair of cutters snips off the
VPO Group Hears
PAW BEACH COUNTY, FLORIDA Final Rites For toPJ of the plant.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to Section 9 of Chapter 18296.
Laws of Florida Acts of 1931, known as the MURaHY ACT, and in pursuance City Candidates "As the machine moves on, it
of Chapter 20658. Laws of Florida Acts of 1941. known as the EVERGLADES \Villiam O. Tiffin leaves behind a row of celery
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DRAINAGE DISTRICT ACT, the folloVting described land situated in Ever-
glades Drainage District, in Palm Beach County, Florida will be offered for Candidates for city offices in stalks of uniform length and ling
the and best cash bid, subject to the right of it easier
we at public outcry for highest the 1 election their in one direction to make
the Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund and of the Board of Commls- May spoke
stoners of Everglades Drainage District to reject any and all bIds, at the Courthouse Funeral services for William O. pieces before members of the Vet- for field hands to pick them up
beginning at 10:00: o'clock A. ML on the 10th day of May, 1946. N. to all and crate them
of of this date title to Tiffin; who died at his home in
lands outside the corporate limits any municipality 88 erans Progressive Organization at hIt cuts 10 times as much celery
fourths of mineral 1111 be reserved by
one half of aU petroleum and three other
Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund: if lands are within saId corporate Miami late Thursday evening of a special VPO meeting in the city as the hand-operated cutter and
l1m1ta as of this date the reservation applIes, but privilege to explore, mine and last week, were held at the Paho- hall Tuesday evening.At spoils only one-fifth as much
develop w1ll be conducted on and under lands only with the consent of the
surface owner. kee Methodist Church on Saturday a business meeting fol1o\\ing farmers observing the demonstra-
Easement for road right of way 200 feet wide a1U be reserved by aald Trustees at 3 p. m., with Rev. T. A. Ferguson the political speeches the VPO de-I I tion reported. It produces a more
from any parcel through whIch there 1& an existing State road: and easement i
for drainage and reclamation and for road purposes Vt"'U1 be reserved by the pastor, officiating.Mr. cided not to conduct a straw vote uniform pack right on the field,
Board of Commissioners of Everglades Drainage District. Fifty percent (50%) Tiffin was a pioneer resident nor give public support to any :I and thus also saves time and labor -
of all oUt gas and mineral rights will be reserved by the Board of Commissioners
of Everglades DraInage District.DESCRIPTION of Pahokee for 15 years and while candidates this year as it is still in the packing plant, which

Acres in this area he was engaged in in the process of organization and has to trim much of the hand-cut
Ste. Twp Rge I
Lots 23, 25, 27 k; 29 Block farming and operated an automobile does not as yet have the prestige celery
9. Late Worth Heights agency. For the past two to make such actiop feasible. I "Silva said he intended to establish -
as in PB 7 P 2S ..________
he has been with the Miami named consti- in Sarasota to build
Lots 28 to 30 Inc.. Block years The president a a plant
J. Lakeview Ridge as in Parts and Springs Company In tution committee which will re- the harvesters..'
PB 7 Pis 35 do; 40 __________________ 4 44 43 .
Lot I, 'lock I, Bunker Hill Miami. ceive for consideration from mem-
Addition No. 2 as in PB Survivors include his widow, bers any suggestions for improv- J. E. England, former Pahokee
10P72 ___________________________. 4 44 43 is
Mrs. Esther Tiffin, Miami and resident and master carpenter,
Lot 14. Block 3, Replat of : a ing the VPO constitution by-
PB.12P33. daughter, Mrs. G. J. Napoles, Key laws. seriously Ul at the home of his
28 43 43
Lot 2. Block a, Replat of West; a son, Lt. Howard P. TUtin, The group promised its active son, Clyde England, at Military
Mercer Park as In PB who is home on leave from Frankfort support of candidates elected Trail.
12 P 33 __________________ 2a 43 43 hie any . .
Gr. where is stationed I
Lots 3. 5 dr 7. Block e. Re- who strive for more progressive
plat of Mercer Park as with the 82nd Airborne Div.: and efficient municipal government You'll want membership in
a
In PB 12 P 3J _________________ 28 43 43Lots
10 to 13 mc., Block three sisters, Mrs. E. O. Murphy, the swimming pool deal being
a, Replat of Mercer Miami, and Mrs. R. J. Schroder worked bv the Pahokee Lions
Part as in PB 12 P 33 ______________ 2S 43 43" -- - up
and Mrs. C. F. McQauig, Pahokee; Club. Tuesday they'll be aseen'you.
Lot 10, Block 2, Replat' a brother, Fred E. Tiffin, West .
of Mercer Park as in PB
12 P 3J _______________________ 28 43 43 Point, Miss., and two grandchildren Celery Harvester
Lot 14 Block G. Replat Rethelle and Julius George
of Mercer Park as in PB
12P33. 28 43 43 Napoles, Key West. VSE
Lot 18. Block 5, Replat.of Being Tried Out
Mercer Park as in PB Burial was at the Port Mayaca 666

12P33 _________________ 28 43 43 Cemetery, A funeral home in Miami .
Lot 19. Block 5,
Mercer Park as Replatof in PB was in charge of arrange- In Sarasota Fields Cold Preparations

12 P 33 __________________________ 28 43 43 ments.
Lot 4, Block H, Lake Liquid, Tablets, Salve, XO Drops
Worth Heights as in ---... ----
PB 7 P 2S ______________ U 4-1 48 Lake Okeechobee Region farm- Caution Use Only As Directed
Lot Worth S. Block heights 11.as Lake In Musicale Planned ers are hopefully looking forward

PB 7 P 25 ____________________ 16 44 43 to the day when mechanical har-
Lots 9 & 10. Block C.Ridgeland By Pahokee Baptists vesters will be perfected to take --
Park as In PB
8 P 53 ________________ 4 44 43 care of their winter crops and thus r
mUSTEFB OP mE INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT The gospel orchestra of the First eliminate the headache that comes
FUND OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA Baptist Church, Pahok'e, will pre- each season in dealing with color-

BOARD OP COMMISSIONERS OF' rent its first musicale Sunday ed laborers Year in and year out

EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DISTRICT I I night at fight o'clock under th.e the local growers are a1 the mercy I ;;;;
J. ALEX ARNETTE Agent for Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund and I direction of Re\ C. A. Ioherg, of the laborers -p3)in whatever ARE BEING
for Board ot Commissioners ot Everglades Drainage District, Palm Beach County,
FlorIda. pastor. The musicians are: he demands and at times adding BwcT WITH EVEQyt'OWN
Publish, April 5th, 12th and 19th, 1946VOTE! Cornetists, Frank Gillis, Barbara premium to that demand. With CONVIN/ENCf

._- Wilkinson and L. Shirley. perfection of mechanical harvesters .
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Clarinetists, Frank Tillis, Fay this headache would be elimi- EXCEPT LOW RENT.

Gilbert, Margaret Powell, Blanche nated.

FORR.CeLAWSON Stevens, Patsy Jensen, Sidney Of interest then is the story out

Carruthers. of Sarasota where a mechanical

aphonists, R. O'Neal, Peggy celery harvester is being tried out.

Moberg, Gloria Henderson, Joan A mechanical bean harvester has
OF DEtRA BEACH y\
Sheppard, Mrs. C. A. Moberg been tried but not perfectE'd. The .

FOR Violinists, Mrs. L. Jaudon, Mr9. sugar company is working on a 1 f /111t ,

F. Osteen, T, Libhart, Mrs. R. W mechanical cane harvester. Any'
COUNTY IMISSIONERIN Sanders one or all three would be a great

Tonette, Barbara Jane Moberg. boon to the Lake Region.In .

TilE Mellophones, Betty Batchelor regard to the celery harvester .

and Betty Jo Barwick, Myra Cru- a story out of Sarasota has the :

FOURTH DISTRICT thirds. following to say: .r

Pianist, Mrs. C. R. Wroten. "Prooucers and shippers in the i

Lake Harbor (Precinct 40)) and Brown's Farm .. Sarasota celery. rowing area, areshowing

(Precinct 41) are the only two Glades precincts keen interest in a series The least} you owe yourself -

voting in this race Birthday Party For of demonstrations of a new ma-
believe do and family is insurance
chine which they may
A Vote for Lawson is a Vote For Irs. M. i\. Gay with the present harvesting- I
away against Joss of that hom
Co-operation and Progre b.hand method. i
Mrs. M. A. Gay was honored 'The harvesting machine, developed and aU its conveniences.
(Paid Political AdaAs \',) I I
with a birthday party at the home
by Willard Silva secretary-
See about it TODAY
1 us
of Mr. and lr9. Pat Schoeppel on treasurer of the Muckland Celery

April 10 when she celebrated her Company, straddles the row of

75th birthday anniversary. All of celery and two whirling disc cut- O. U. BLEECII

her local relatives were present ters, hydraulically adjusted for
and the occasion was greatly enjoyed depth, move below the surface of l'It.\\Ch PAIIOKELa

by Mrs. Gay and her family. the ground and cut the roots. An- \I

I I She has returned to Miami where !
h U she likes with her dau hter. Irs. I

Tom Clements and Mr. Clements.I
I 1 18
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wartime Governor, Holland Two lien Seriously

built the Strongest nJnC1J1 Crash I IVI
hurt In Car CAS H NOW
Structure Florida has had In its I nr

HIstory Ray Ursery, 36, of Indiantown

i and New York, who was one of hJ

the two men burt when a truck .
I ; PAY IOIm FOR you cuLl
x crashed into a bridge on Route 113
hit between Pahokee and Belle Glade
iJ I U
Saturday, was still in serious con. :

I dition.L'rsery. Late MOICIS Any Make
received neck injuries

= -= = -1 while Ransom McDougal. arwthc'rpa.c.8'n
------ -- ----- .
r in the truck, suffered a

; ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO. fractured It'g. lcDouJal wa taken I for Letnnmleal Tran p ,rtath'uE
"
to a hospital in Stuart. "RlUt\"

Wei h to thank our many friends in the Glades for the Ursery driver of the truck t'-

business which they have given us In the past and for their taped unmJurt"d.

understanding and helpful attitude t,'ward us during the _.I.
years while we were mainly engaged in the preparation and
mainttna:1C'e oC Airfields for the Army and Navy. VOTE FOR

Once again we are able to resume peacetime operations and 8. E. MOORE E I'IIoNt:31 "AIIOKII1AIJIII..\

offer you the same efficient and courteous i n'ice which it CANDIDATE FOR
hu bn our endeavor to render in the past. The service we RAILROAD COMMISSIONER
offer is complete, from landscape designing to a finished
GROUP L7Q
planting jvb. Our Nurseries are stocked with a wealth ot 1A GOOD

lowly trees, shrubs, vines, rotttd plants etc. awaiting your MAN TO SUCCEED Christian Chevrolet
selection.We .
L \ HON E S, MATTNEwSi

invite you to stop in and visit us at any time and will ( hrr 1 lit lanuwr) at

appreciate your continued business MOORE fOR AU t
JlnlO l'IIIILTIAS 0..
nrr
E. TINSLEY HALTER President flORiDA 1"1III"

\'Imt: : 1100 Southern Boulevard (Route No. 25 at MAKE All flORIDA :1 flour I\'recher Cer ke OIl1rhl A.UIaU'e

City Limits). West Palm Beach, Florida FOR MOORE i

.of Sfu" Put T. ..illAiCI : ,
pLItK .CYrrIIM.' I
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Page Four The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida
Friday, April 19, 1916
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PICK.\VICK CAFE DR. BARNEY BLICHER I!

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Menu For Easter Sunday RELEASED FROM ACTIVE DUTY \VITII : i!

'Ir. and 'Irs. Carmel E. Padgettof THE ARMY OF THE eXITED STATES I

Pahokee announce the birth ofa
RESUMES THE PRACTICE !
OF DENTISTRY i
son, Johnny William, at the
DEVILED EGG SALAD Everglades Memorial Hospital on 720 COIEAU BUILDING :I i'

April 10. I
CHOICE OF ONE 'Ir. and Mr.s. EaI'le D. Pitts of WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA : I

ROAST TURKEY AND DRESSING Pahokee announce the birth of a Telephone 4660

"1n'rht:r. Amanda Gretchen, at the I :, i iI
FRIED SPRING CHICKEN I
Everglades Memorial Hospital on ;.. - I
ROAST LEG OF LAMB - --- -- --- '
April 14.i1URT -- -- -

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CHOICE OF THREE IX CAR CIt.SIIMr. i J

BOILED NEW POTATOES COLE SLAV Q

ENGLISH PEAS AND CELERY and 'Irs Simmons Wilkin- lOur Glades Patrons
son were badly shaken up and Dad

GREEN DEANS MACARONI AND CHEESE Flynn was severely cut when the ,

SPANISH EGG PLANT Wilkinson car and Flynn pick-up a
figured in a crash at the light d Receive a :sigh priority rating in this store. \\'e ,J

BARTLETT PEARS WAFERS plant curve Wednesday afternoon, 0 are always ready and anxious to serve those who [J

Mr. Flynn is in the hospital but the 0 busy themselves several months in the year proa
Wilkinson able to to their
home. Mrs.were Wilkinson go received ducing food.Ve realize the rush during the pro [
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Three Nominated Junior Baseball 0 merchandise to you with as little delay 3S possible. .

Team In Training

To Head Lions Club I LEGAL NOTICE 0 IT IS A GENUIXE PLEASURE

The American Legion Junior
TO HE OF SERVICE TO THOSE
Baseball Team, sponsored by Post NOTICE

E. A, Jensen, Duncan Padgett 90, received its first call for prac- the Public undersigned: notice Is intends hereby to given register that I \\110 PRODUCE SUCH LARGE

and Joe Hatton were nominated tice by its trainer, Steve Brown, .1th the Clerk of the CIrcuit Court of [ I FOOD CROPS
Lair Athletic Field Monday Palm Beach County florida, pursuant
for the presidency of the PahokEe: on
to Section 86509, Florida Statutes 1941,
Lions Club at the Tuesday lunch- afternoon. the fictitious name to wit; MaqUeiJ
The candidates All boys in the community from Import Co. under which we are engaged l.3
re-
eon meeting.
in business at 518 Comeau Build-
ceiving the most votes at the April 14 to 16 years old and also those West Palm Beach. Fla. N Halsey & Griffith
11 after Jan. I, Wilma Hickman McCuskee.
who reached
30th election will become president years
Pub: Mar, 25, Apr. 5, 12, 19, 1948.MAYOR'S .
and the runner-up will be elected 1946 are eligible to try out for the a

first vice president. team, Coach Brown will select 15
PROCLAMATION TO THE -'EST PALM BEACH- Q
Other nominations were as follows boys from this group to play on QUALIFIED ELECTORS OF TIIE
CITY OF P.UIOKEE, FLORIDA
0
: for second vice president, the team and games will be WHEREAS, Pursuant to the Charter
M. I. Keen and C. A. Batchelor; scheduled with Legion junior and Amendents thereto. duly adopted
ordinances of the city of Pahokee,
third vice president: C. A. Batchelor teams of other communities. Florida, and the General Laws thereto
and 1. V. McClelland, Jerry New uniforms for the junior pertaining, there will be held in the
City of Pahokee, Florida, the 7th G
on !ZjJr;
Gold, O. O. Gilbert, E. M. Lindrose team have been ordrred and are and 14th days of May, A, D. 1946, the
and Leonard Dobrow: Lion tamer, expected to arrive within the next'three general or annual elections for the I

C. A. McIntoch, Malcolm Millar or four weeks II I II of purpose the City of electing of Pahokee.three Florida Councilmen, and a II DAVIS CAFE

and Dick Parrish; board of directors --- ... I I Mayor, Clerk and Marshall thereof, and MIl I
I WHEREAS the City Council of the o
Lewis Friend, Marshall Lair, City of Pahok. Florida on Tuesday ,
Rupert Mock and Al Beverly. iTimeJuice the 26th day of March, A. D. 1946. at I I STEAKS CHICKEN
CHOPSI
a regular meeting dulY adopted a Reso- rw. -
Rupert Mock reported that the lutlon calling said election on said
Lions are sponsoring the construc- dates and directing the Mayor of the I \\'e In Home
Specialize
Cooking iJ)
Fast I City of Pahokee to Issue his procIa-
tion of a $15,000 swimming pool Delay Brings oration thert'Of.

at the city recreation park, the I NOW THEREFORE I. O. n. McClure, I : !I Old Fashioned Bar-B.Q
Mayor of the City of Pahokee Flor-
money to be raised through the Work By Crew ida hereby give notice and make I

sale of $25 year memberships Ap- proclamation In the City of that Pahokee there will Florida be held In I.-I!I 14 East Main Street Pahokee, Fla, J JLl
,.
pointed on the Lions committee in I the City hall therein on the 'lth I
of this were I Canal Point and 14th days of May. !e. D. 1946,
charge raising money Pahokee and were r:
i I between the hours of eight o'clock mm
Duncan Padgett, Lewis Friend, Joe without electricity Tuesday after- ; a. m and sunset of said day. the .'
lIatton, Frank Rozelle, A, J. I noon from 5:15 until 1:31 p. m. A general or annual elections for the -
of electlnl three
purpose Cuncilmen
Gamot, C. A. Batchelor, M. I. transformer located between the a Mayor. Clerk and Marshall of said ..- .- -.. -.-.-.-
Keen, Jimmy Wilson, I. J. Frasure, I power plant and the office In Pa- City each of whom shall serve until
the first Tuesday after the first Mon-
Jr, and Dick Parrish. This com-I hokee short-circuited and caused day in May, A. D. 1948. and or until
mlttee will be assist in Canal damage which brought about the their successors in office are elected
and qualifloo. FOR MORE AND
Point by Albert Jonmd and Frank delay in transmission of juice to IN WITNESS WHEREOF I hue BTTER . .
O'Conn and will work with J. V. the affected art'1S. A reporter from I hereunto set my hand and affixed
I the official seal of said City this 26th .
.
Thomas and F. M. Shaughnessy of this newspaper went to the scene day of March, A. D. 1946.O. ;
the Rotary Club. of the mishap and saw a crew of I B. McClure. Mayor ;,1
'I
Pub: 5. 12. 19. 26. May 3. 1946. ...!---t"
The voted to purchase new 14 in .
group i IInemen-13 or allscurrying j -- -- -- --
chairs for the Lions Hall. On the hither and
about-climbing
NOTICE TO AUTOMOBILE f1.9
program Rev. Carl A. Moberg was yon over the high tower on which I UE.\LERS J/-r / \ \
The City of Pahokee will receive r
introduced and responded by sing- the switches, etc., are located- sealed bide up until 8 p. m.. April 23. ( rl"1"J.'J .
Ing a couple of numbers. !working untiringly to hasten a : 1946, at the office of the City Clerk .,., }
would re-light I I In the City of PahokeE'. Florida on / 9 \
S\\'itch-over which
.. One 19-16 2-door sedan complete.
..Pahokee and Canal Point The City has one 19U Tudor Ford / ; !
Lawson Seeks Seat the ground-immed- to be traded In on this new car. Bids ./ 'Ia ,1J"lJII
Standing on der may enter bid and consider the / '
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lately under the workmen was trade-In. t:
On Co Commission district Th City reserves the right to reject / "J". .. ,_ ., ,.!
supervisor
Earl Schultz, t
,
any and all bids. <- "" ., \
cool, calm and collected, giving in- CITY OF PAIIOKEE.PAHOKEE r\"' i I ? ''V'
R, C, Lawson of Delray Beach FLORIDA.By .
structioni in a quiet tone of voice W. P. WalkPr. City ; 'j" 'f)
Is a candidate for county commissioner -watching the dozen or more men Clerk
Pub. Mar. 29, April 5. 12. 19. 1936.
In the Fourth commissioner's and their every move. In the back- -- -- -

district, now represented Gn ground answering questions from NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF
LANDOWNERS or PELICAN UK
the county board by C. Y. Byrlt an Inquiring public-was Pete deMoya. -I Sl'B-DR.\lS.\GE DISTRICT elephol'ir Service

Mr. Lawson is a long-time resident Pete was chewing his nails, Notice 15 hereby given that, pursu-
ant to call of the Board of Supervisors
of Ddray Beach and has smoking one fag after another, of Pelican Lake Sub-Drainage District
taken an active part In civic &fairs nervously looking at his watch, the annual meeting of the landowners
I of Pelican Lake Sub-Drainage District
there for many years. Lake liar- counting the passing minutes a.s I for the year 1946 Mil be held at the llIOllE .quilmtnl-more pl'Ol'lc-more ur .
bor and Brown's Farm are in the darkness neared and he realized office of said District In the Post Office escrr.thing
; Building at Canal Point, Palm Beach it being added II fast II Possible 10 furnish
fourth commi "iontr's district and that Pahokee and Canal Point were.'County. Florida on Monday, April 29, more and Letter service i .
will vote in the coming election on in the dark with no juice to cook I 19-16, at 3'00 o'dock P. M., Eastern
Standard
T1me for the purposes of:
a choice for commissioner from supper and no tighb. Could you 1. Electing to Supervisors: During the year, central office equipment and

the fourth district Delray Beach blame him for being a bit jumpy 2 Receiving takln such< annual a't"'l reports". -p
and Boynton are also in the dist Through it aU he came up with that thereto u the landowners may nearly every plate send by Ut In many other

trict. ... ever prevent<< smile and a cheery 3. transacting determine: and such other business places new buiWinga will have 10 be constructed or

-- answer that things would be nor- I &s may come before the mtt'ttng. enlarged and equipment installed, before those now

TO IIIU. nOItO, TEXAS mal in 'just a few minutt's." His OF BOARD PELICAN OF SUPERVISORS LAKESUB- siting for telephones tan W .tnrd.

Ut'\ Sidney Mason of the Episcopal promi? was made? good at 7:31: I DRAINAGE DISTRICT
church in Pahokt'e hu been p. m. I Publish By' R. Y Patterson. President In the meantime, trolr office art rro..dtd with
April 12. 19. 1946.
transftrrro to lIilJjboro, Texas and It wu a swell job that the fel- more raps than ever IN fort. .h a result, sou 1UI'

will leave for that city on May 1. lows did in an emergenC'y They NOTICE USDOW\TRS OF .tSSl'UF\L FIST MEETING SHORE or sometimes experience drut on our tall .

He has served the churches in Pahokee 'were a little late getting home to DR.\lS\GE DiStRICT

and ClewL..ton for 24 yt'At'9. their supper but they remained on ant Notice to tall 15 of hereby the Board given of that Supavisorof pursu-+ When that happens, you tin help hr answering

A new church was recently fin- I the job so that you and I could i the East Shore Drainage District I your telephone promptly and when you male I rail

isbN in Pahokte and a new one iJ have ours, I of the rest annual Shore meeting Drainage of District the land"'ntrs for the ; by giving the other party II iU>1 a minult'l time

to dedicated soon at Cl'iston I year 1m w411 be held at the office of 10 answer before hanging "p. 11 will ale bfP: ir you

In the new city Rev. Ia"n has I INev said District In the Pint O:fire BuUd.tnlt "m always nuke sure of the number L, Iooling it
at Canal Point Paim Hrh County
asslgmtnt for erection of another Block Makers Form Florida, on Monday April 29 19-t at up in the ,directory lefote mslint a call
Z 00 o'dock P Sol Eastern Standard
new church. Organization I Time 1 nf'Cttnc for the a PurptH'Supervisor.of Telephone fulls In trying hud 10 gist you rood

--. 1 Receiving annual reports and afflict with I smile and 'rllrrrutt your cooperation.
Mister, hun- la.1 taking such ItlODttb respect
can you spare a TAMPA-A state-wide a.s. thereto u the landowners may
drt'd A few donations of that tion of concrete block manufacturers -I dtttrmtD. and

:lzt' and Ole swimming pool pro-I is in the organization statt 3 Tran'Utnc u cay come such before other the meeting business SOUTHERN BELL TElEPHONE AHD TElEGRAPH COMPANY

jest would be assured. If )'Uucan't following a meeting here of 34 BOARD OF BUPERVLSORS DKOtrotart0
OF EAST SHOtE DRAL'
spare the hundred the Lions manufacturers from south and AGE DISTRICT

will take fifty, central Florida. Py: It Y. Patunon, President
Publsh; April 12, 19 1944 -



Friday, April 19, 1946 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Page Five


I r I : Legion Groups Pick I
I I I III

II SILKALITE New Officers For ALBERTA T


The Year
Incoming "'ILL APPRECIATE YOUR SUPPORT

I PRODUCTS FOR REELECTION AS Dd
H Members of Fred and Percy

i : Mansfield Post 90 and the Legion CHIEF OF POLICE
Auxiliary elected new officers for

I the coming year at a joint meeting

:i LIQUID TRANSPARENT in Monday the Woman.s night.L. Club building Pahokee Annual Election

; Finest Finish For V. lcClelland was elected 7Paid
I commander of Post 90. Other post Tuesday, 1ay
I officers elected were John T.
I : Boats, Bar Tops Furniture Pickett, Sr., first vice commander: ( Political Adv.)
Otto R. Bleech, second vice com-
;
j Gander; Claude Jones adjutan;
I I II Edward A. Jensen, finance officer -- -

1 I II: Recommended Coverage and geant-at.arms.chaplain; Gordon In a report Hillier on, ser-the !njjjRjn[; [; [ !

II I Lfgion's Fifth District Convention a D
Ij
j I 4-oz. one coat-30 sq ft ...........-....... Price $ .35 i held in Fort Lauderdale April 6-7. (! ANNOUNCING . . [
Earl M. Lindrose revealed that 60 D
8-oz. one coat-65 sq. it. ........................ Price ..65I' per cent of American Legion members 0 and Sale
I in Florida veterans of a Display
IG-oz. one c03t-135 sq. it. .................... Price 1.25 World War IL are Other local dele- D

I' 32-oz. qt. one coat-275 sq. ft. ............ Price 2.25 gates attending the convention OF TIlE FAMOUS D
were Edgar Wilder, Louis Gold WILLYS UNIVERSALJEEP [
1-2 gal one coat 550 sq. ft ................ Price 4.00 W. A. Stevens, John T. Pickett and
Cannen Salvatore, Sr.
1 gal one coat-HOO sq. ft ................ Price 7.50 :I Auxiliary officers elected at the o D
I II meeting were as follows: Mrs. 0I
Back GuaranteeIIETZNER'SI John E. Wilson, president; Mrs. F.
Sold on a Money I!
I M. Wilson first vice president; Which goes 10 the job-whermr it isIT'S
I
D
I Mrs B. C. Rogers, second vice
A TRUCK-IT'S A TRACTOR-IT'S A
Mrs. Doris
I president; Wethering-
I ton secretary and treasurer; Mrs.C. 0 RUNABOUT-IT'S A POWER UNIT!
R. Wetherington, Sr.. historian:
i Mrs. O. R. Bleech, chaplain and 0 ALSO WILLYS CARS AND TRUCKSAshley's
Mrs Melvyn Pugh, sergeant.at- a
I i arms. 0
It was announced that a joint
installation of officers will be held 0a Garage
THE HARDWARE STORE
on June 4. Following the meet-

FLA. 1I 1\\ ing refreshments were served by 0I
GLADE
MAIN STREET BELLE members of the Auxiliary with I! Avenue E Belle Glade, Fla. Phone 126
I Mrs. John T. Pickett and Mrs.

I I Francis Cross, Sr., on the committee -
1 in charge of arrangements.
... .

-- Red Cross Drive PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERS

BERRY FUNERAL HOME 11I Being Continued


Because of the splendid response -
to the recent appeal for that extra i
: I II
Ambulance Service bit of cooperation the chairman
I Re\ C. A. 110berg of the Red
Auto flatteries
Cross Pahokee-Canal Point campaign -
I Pahokee Ph. 2301 Belle Glade Ph. 247 for funds in amount of

I $4250, will continue the drive for
one more week. It is hoped that I REPLACE THAT OLD AUTOMOBILE
all who have will do
given a9 some I
HA TTEltf WITH A NE\V "'fZAHUI
have done and give again. Other
neighboring covmuaities have
y 0CABBAGE gone "over the top." Surely this I Ford "A", Chevrolet, Plymouth and others

area desires to do its best, hence Guaranteed G to 18 months ................__$5.93 to $;.93
it is respectfully requested that this I
last week shall find Box 823 and
I II
ALL V-8 FOR!
AND CELERY
Telephone 539 deluged that the I
blessing of physical resurrection Guaranteed 18 to 21 months ........__....$7.95 to $8.95Buick I
for those disabled shall be the result ,

of our thoughtfulness..-. Pontiac, Oldsmobile, Long type, II'

l Guaranteed 18 to 2.1 months ................$9.93 to $10.93
Joyce Atkins Wins

Pahokee Spelling Bee -0-
!

ISik'ifgt' Joyce Atkins seventh grade
pupil, was judged champion speller Western Auto Associate Store
of Pahokee schools at a spelling
contest conducted Wednesday
to the I. 51. LAIR, Owner AHOREE, FLA.
afternoon as a preliminary
6eetlesrorious I Miami Herald's South Florida -
p erSI Spelling Bee. Joyce was awarded
r p illors a $10 cash prize, given by PTA,
Worms and will represent Pahokee schools
at the county spelling contest to I
,, determine county finalists who will I
participate in the spelling bee. ; :
Runner-up In the local contest flolnogenize1lVitaiiiiiiD !
1 WM Charles 1lcCurdy. eight grade,
who failed on the word, "auditor," I .
All the advantages of natural C10 after he and Joyce u finalists
., Greenland cryohte t SE fCIDE stood alone spelling words for sev- I! Milk :

eral minutes after outspelling the I .
Not acutely toxic to man, cattle other contestants. Charles receiveda I II I II I
., or other animals. his class and $5 .
$1 prize from -{) :-o.AVAILABLE -
I from PTA.Other .
High degree of control at economical Vera
contestants were AT YOUR
., coshAvailable Keen, eight grade; Dale 1I1.1we11.1
seventh grade: Lucille :
Prince'j GROCERY STORE
alone or in combinations .
seventh grade: Ralph Chaney,
with or sulphur .
copper
eighth grade: Betty Culberson. .
,
if desired -y--v -() :-oLFA-
DDT sixth grade; Leland &eton. fifth ,
grade and Peggy Ann Shirley.
AGIICUUUUL CHEMICALS DMSIOH INSECTICIDES I fifth grade. I!
"SYLVANIA SALT aralablo In P.eC ul A. Moberg pronounced
Ao new spray
,M A N tiflJ. 1-u I I.N G C CjAN' er ch'boufotuUllnc- : the words for the contestants while
Principal D. D. CaUdl11. Ned
onrm.nd.d by your loco) I
MoMfodIIrtrI of '000 WIDNt sUIl0ING PHIIA. rA.. ocporimonlottlatlon.FocI1IcO : Kocher and Robert O. Lamps acted
p..yaA.CIhco o.Stto..r pgvj
...., OACiNoo",wvob.wy *..ro a.a further actyjet and I'ormo'COAtWII i 80S judges.- .... _ : t tI
Neo your destrb4+tor.
D4ib.d byFlorid. i Mrs. n. D. Fields b convalescing Phone 20 Belle Glade, Fla !
s// AtriC1lltvn1 SlIppl C.", ,.., at the Everglades Memorial lIosI' I I ,
Tilt lilt' s..4 C..,.., pital following an operation per.I I I i,
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Six The Everglades News, Camel Point, Florida Friday, April 19, 195-

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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO SELL WIN f I DESCRIPTION See. Twp. Ref, Acre
Pickett yarded
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that. pursuant to Section 15 (1), Chapter 20658!, Tracts M & 65. Block 49,
S La" of Florida, Acts of 1941, and Section 67, Chapter 14117, Laws c P1ortc1&. Palm Beach Farms
Acts of 1931 as amended by Section 11, Chapter 20658, Laws of Florida ActS of Company Plat No. 3 ______ 10
1941, the following described land 1n Palm Beach COunty, Florida, W w1t: Tract 66. Block 49, Palm Legion OfMerit
Bach Farms Company
DESCRIPTION Sec Twp. Sse. Mere Plat No. 3 ____________ 5
Tract 67. Block 49. 'Palm
Lots 1 & 3, Block 8. Veda-
Beach
do as 1n PB11P21 ------ Plat No.Farms 3 ____Company__________.._ . I John T. Pickett of Pahokee received -
14" 15, HUlsboro .
Park Lots a Subdt 1n Town Tract 94. Block 49. Palm this week the Legion of
Beach Farms
Company
18P11 32 43 37 Plat No. 3 _______________ t 5 Merit decoration for outstanding

Lot 14. West Trail Park Tract 9S. Block 49, Palm services rendered while he was stationed -

being a Subd1 of Tract Beach Farms Company in China during the war.
50 as 1D PB 11 P 31 ____ 3S 43 .u .18 Plat No. 3 _______________ ,
Lot 17, West Trail Park Tract 96. Block 49 Palm Mr. Pickett was discharged March

being a Suba1 of Tract Beach Farms Company 1, 1946, and held the rank of
50 as in PB 11 P 31 __.____ 35 43 ot2 .18 Plat No. 3 _________________ 5
Lot 13. West Trail Park Tracts 97 to 99 1nc.. Block major
being a 8ubd1' of Tract 49, Palm Beach Farms The citation, by order of the
50 as in PB 11 P 31 __.......... n 3S .3 42 ..1E'4 COmpany Plat No. 3 --N-___ 15
OP SE: OP NE'. OF8w4 Tract 2. Florida Fruit Secretary of War reads as follows -

_____-.._ -. -. 36 43 41 5 Lands Company Subd1' _________ 13 47 41 : "Major John T. Pickett, U.
Tract 8, Block 9, Palm Tract 4, Florida Fruit
Beac.1 Farms Company Lands Company Subdiv ___.____ 13 47 40 S. Army Corps of Engineers, is

Plat No. 3 ___________-_ 30 Tract 7. Florida Fruit awarded the Legion of Merit for
Tract 76 Block 45 Palm Lands Company Subdiv __._______ 13 47 41
Beach Farms COmpany Tract 8. Florida Fruit exceptionally meritorious conduct

Plat No. 3 S Lands Company Subdi' __________ 13 47 41 in the performance of outstanding
Tract 10. Florida Fruit
Tract 11, Block 45 Palm Lands Company Subdiv ________.__ 13 47 40 services from Mar I, 19U to June
Beach Farms Company Tract IS, Florida Fruit 21 1945 Resident in
S as Engineer
No. 3 ____ .. 13 41 40
Plat -- ---- - Lands Company Subd1v ________
Lota 509 & 510, Block 13. charge of construction maintenance .
College Park U In PB 3 Tract 15, Florida Fruit
P 3G ____._______________ 15 44 43 Lands Company Subdiv .__.______..__ 13 47 4t repairs, demolition, evacuation -
Lot 2. Block 15, mIl Crest Tract 6, Block 81. Palm and bomb disposal at Uengy-
as in PB 12 P 9 _________ 33 43 43 Beach Farms Company
Lot 14. Block IS, roll Crest Plat No. 3 _______________.__._____ 5 ang, Siang Tang, Suichwan and
as 1n PB 12 P 9 ____ 33 4S 43 Tract 7, Block 81, Palm Sincheng Airbases in Eastern
Lot 3, Block 17, H1l1 Crest Beach Farms Company i
as 1n PB 12 P 9 .__________ 33 43 43 Plat No. 3 ______________.______ 5 Central China
Lots 12 to 14 Inc.. Block Tract I, Block 58, Palm "Major (then Captain) Pickett's
17. H1l1 Crest as 1n PB Beach Farms Company
12 P g ________________ 33 43 43 Plat No. 3 .-________________________ S initiative, leadership, keen intel-
Lot 15, Block 22. mIl Crest Tract 2. Block 58. Palm ligence and superior ability in the

as in PB 12 P 9 ___._______._..____._ 33 43 '.43Und. Beach Farms Company
!= of Lots 950 & 951. Plat No. 3 n_____________________ 5 development of a locally producible
Block 21. College Park Tract 3. Block 58. Palm anti-aircraft mount and instructing .
Addition No. 2 as In PB I '- . Beach Farms Company .
12P20 _______u__._______ .' ,. r' Plat No. 3 ___n___._______________._ S and supervising allied forces in
Tract 4. Block 58, Palm : airfield demolition and booby trap
Tract I, Block 19, Palm Beach Farms Company .

Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 ____________________.____.__ 5 technique aided materially in efforts -
Plat No.3 _______________ 10 Tract 5. Block 58. Palm . to delay Japanese offensives
Tract 2. Block 19. Palm Beach Farms Company

Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 ________________.___.___.___ 5 in this area. In the summer of
Pla' NO.3 ________________ 1. Tract 6, Block 58. Palm 1945 he personally led small engineer .
Tract 3. Block 19. Palm BeACh Farms Company

Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 ____--______--________.__ S teams into the recaptured
Plat No. 3 ________________________ 10 Tract 7, Block 58. Palm fields of Kweilin Tanchuk and
,
Tract 11. Block 19, Palm Beach Farms Company .

Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 _______n_____________+_ 5 Shanghai, displaying the same exemplary -
Plat No. 3 ____u______________ 10 Tract 8. Block 58. Palm characteristics
Tract 12. Block 19. Palm Beach Farms Company as during

Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 ___nUu__________ 5 the earlier period."
Plat No. 3 _______________ 10 Tract 25. Block 58. Palm ."
Pickett received his discharge -
Major
Tract 13. Block 19. Palm Beach Farms Company

Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 --____--______________ 5 from the Army on Mar. I,
Plat No 3 ___________._____ II Tract 26. Block 58. Palm
Tract U. Block 19, Palm Beach Farms Company 1946 after three years and three

Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 _nnu_____________N 5 months in the service and two
Plat No. 3 _________________ 10 Tract 21, Block 58. Palm .
of duty overseas in China.
Tract IS, Block 19. Palm Beach Farms Company years
Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 _____nn_____________.... 5 He is also a veteran of World War

Plat No. 3 ____u__________________ 10 Tract 28. Block 58, Palm I and was recently elected first
Tract la, Block 19, Palm Beach Farms Company ,
Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 __----__________________.- 5 vice commander of the local American .

Plat No. 3 ____________________ 10 .
Tract 25. Bock 19. Palm Tract 29. Block 58. Palm Legion, Fred and Percy Mansfield

Beach Farms Company___ __ __ II Beach Plat No.Farms 3 _..__Company___..__.._________._ 5 Post 90.Cinematic. .
Plat No. 3 .___ __ _____
Block Palm . .
Tract 30, 58.
Tract 26, Block 19. Palm
Beach Farms Company ., .
Bach Farms Company ____ __..__ 5
..
.
10 PI3.t No.3 nnn : .
_
Plat No. 3 _________ ______
31 Block 58, Palm
,
Tract
Tract 27. Block 19. Palm .
Beach Farms Company Chatter
Beach Farms Company _____ ___________ 5
Plat No.3 _
10 -- -- -
____._.
Plat No. 3 _____ ______ '
Tract 32, Block 58, Palm
Tract 28. Block 19. Palm By Malcolm Millar
Beach Farms
Beach Farms Company _Company__ ____________.. 5
1. Plat No. 3 _-- -- ._.-
__
Plat No. 3 ___.____ ____ _.__..__
Tract 29. Block 19, Palm Tract 33. Block 58. Palm '
Beach Farms Beach Farms Company One of the most interesting
Company __ 10 Plat No. 3 ________.______.___..._.__ 5
Plat No. 3 Tract 34. Block 58, Palm shows yet to be screened at the

Tract 30, Block 49, Palm Beach Farms Company Prince Theatre will be presented

Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 _______u__________________ 5
Plat No. 3 S Tract 35. Block 58. Palm this coming Sunday-Monday. This

Tract 31. Block'49. Palm Beach Farms Company piece is "Captain Eddie", which
Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 nnn_______________.._ 5
Plat No 3 _________________ 5 stars Fred MacMurray and Lynn
Tract 36, Block 58. Palm
Tract 33. Block 49. Palm Bari.
Beach Farms Company Beach Farms COmpany

Plat No. 3 _________________.___ S Plat No. 3 ____nn- 5 This tale is one about the Ace

Tract Heath 340 Farms Block 49. Palm Tract Beach 31,Farms Block Company 58. Palm Flyer of World War I, and is

Plat NO.3 ___Company_________________.___ 5 Plat No. 3 ________u___________.____ 5 about as an exciting adventure as
Tract 35. Block 49, Palm Tracts 38 & 39. Block 58. can desire to Jive
any person
B.'ach Farms Company Palm Beach Farms Company

Plat No. 3 _________u__________ 5 Plat No. 3 __________________._ II through. It takes Eddie from his
Tracts 62 & 63. Block Tract 40, Block 58. Palm
youth and brings him up to World
49. Palm Beach Farms Beach Farms Company
Company Plat No. 3 _________ 10 Plat No. 3 -______ 5 War II, depicting faithfully the experience .
Tract 57, Block 58. Palm
Beach Farms Company of hbnself an some of his

Plat No. 3 ______ ____nu___-______ 5 i crew mates adrift in mid-ocean on
Tract 58. Block 58, Palm
Beach Farms Company a raft for many agonizing days

PIANOS JEWELRY MUSIC I Plat No.3. _ n____ ______.- 5I and nights.
'
I'
I Tracts 59 & 60. Block 58., r *f" ..
P a I m Beach Farms T f"'P 1.1 Tuesday-Wednfsday brings bark

Company Plat No. 3 _u____ 10 to our screen a picture that many

J. \T RASHLUY Tract 62, Block 58, Palm / folks have wanted to see again.
Beach Farms COmpany

JEWELER Belle Glade, Fla. Plat No. 3 __ n_ u __________..._ 5 This one is "Jesse James" with
Tract 63. Block 58. Palm Fonda
Tyrone Power Henry
Beach Farms Company

Plat No. 3 ____ _____n_____....._ S Nancy Kelly and Randolph Scott.
GO TO CIIURCH SUNDAY Tract 6-1, Block 58, Palm For the Thursday.J.'riday offer-
Beach" Farms Company

Plat No. 3 --_______--_____ 5 ing' comes one of the biggest and
Tract 65. Block 58. Palm -" most thrilling Western tales to
Reach Farms Company .
Plat No. 3 5 come to the screen since "Union
Tract ,6. Block 58. Palm ,
Pacific.
Beach Farms Company

I Plat No. 3 ---------------..- 5 This one is "Dakota" and hat
I
Tract 6'1 Block 58 Palm
Ithuba RaIs
John Wayne and Vera

A. Servant of the Glades I Pat Brach Nn Farms 3 --Company- -- -----__ ITrarlQ 'I ton M its stars and ,a huge cwt

I 68 &: 69. Block 58. of featured players with Walter
Palm B'"Srh Farms

I Company Pat NO.3 --------.. 10 Brennan and Ward Bond heading
Tarts 'j0 & 11. Block 58.
I Palm I Beach Farm the list.

To Miami CO'\D'my Plat No. 3 ______ 11I It is truly a magnificent drama,
4 Buses Tract 72 Bock: 58. Palm It left
with M much action one
I R.seh Farms Company
To W eat t Palm Beach
Plat No 3 ----.- s breathlfM following thus exciting
I Tract 95 Block 53:Palm
Daily To Ft flyers .c Lakeland Beach farms Company romance.

I Plat Nt 3 _._________ S Saturday lists a double t.ture
Tract 96. Block 58 Palmttiarms
with Zane Grey's "Wand(-rtr of
Company
II P i ._ ___ 5Try the Wasteland" heading the bill
t r. Block 511, Palm
Glades Motor Lines Inc. I Mwrh; Farris Company J and bringing a new star into your

Plat So 3 _ _______-........,.. 5 obeer'ation James Warrtn.
I i Tract 98. Block! 58. PalmReach bill Is
: Firms Company Second picture on this

SERVING THE I Plat So. 3 _ u ______.. .. ...... s1r'irt "Ditk Tracy" which stars AnMJdtff'9
GLADES"j I j 99 Block 58. Palm
R..h Farms Company and Mike wurkl, In an

Plat No 3 _ __..______...--.,..... ST'Ft exciting tale taken right out ofthe

100 Block 58. PalmMach famous dttKU\'e's pagP8.S'ith -
Farms Company
I Plat N.l. 3 no________ STract this double feature will
101 Block 58. PalmRnrh come the current ntwa JtJett@d
Farms Company
Pat No 3 _ _____....__ 5 short subject and another fJeiUlI
Tr-rt 1(72( Block 53. PalmMyeh chapter in the aerial we aU are
Company
Pat! S. :3 --.___ S'flirt llov.ing.
t01 Bork! M. PalmBeach See you at the mo\i -M.t
rums Company
Pat! Sn 3 .U. S .
rrct 104 Block 58--------------
.
ltw" Farms Company Ten nice fresh eriap hundred dollar

Plat No 3 --" 5TrI't will JIt\.ard
5sPamB.u4 -- bill, go a long way
Black
121 Parma Company building the new rr M&lDg' p'JGIin l

Plat So. 3 .._ ..
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DESCRIPTION Sec. T1r.J. Rge. Acres DESCRIPTION Sec. Tip Rge, Acres i

Tract 122. Block 58, Palm Tract 48, Block 28, Palm George Belk, Jr., Is
Beach Farms Company Beach Farms Company

Plat No. 3 _____________________ 5 Plat No. 3 ____n___________ 10 Awarded 12l\lerit
Tract 123. Block 58. Palm Tract 49. Block 28, Palm

Beach Farms Company Beach Farms Company Badges By Troop 23

Plat No. 3 ______________ I Plat No. 3 ------------------.-..--. 10
Tract 12t Block 58, Palm Tract 50, Block 28, Palm

Beach Plat No.Farms 3 Company -- J Plat Beach No.Farms 3 _____Company_____m________ 10 George Belk, Jr", a member of
---------------
Tract 125 Block 58, Palm Tract 51, Block 28. Palm Pahokee Boy Scout Troop 23, was

Beach Farms Company Beach Farms Company awarded 12 merit badges and advanced .
Plat No.3 __________ I Plat No. 3 ----..--.-------- 10
to the rank of Star Scout
Tract 126. Block 58, Palm Tract 52, Block 28, Palm
Beach Farms'Company Beach Farms Company at a North Glades District court of

Plat No. 3 ___________ 5 Plat No. 3 nn______________.__._. 10 honor and cookout held for Boy
Tract 127. Block 58. Palm Tract 53. Block 28. Palm
Beach Farms Company I Beach Farms Company Scouts, Cub Scouts and Sea Scouli

Plat No. 3 ___n____________ 5 Plat No. 3 _n_______________._..._.... 10 on the Methodist Church ground
Tract 128, Block 58, Palm :- Tract 54. Block 28. Palm
Each Farms Company Beach Farms Company in Pahokee Friday night.

Plat No .3 _____________ 5 Plat No. 3 .. 10
------------------- -- Young Belk received merit
Lot 6. Woodland Heights Tract 55. Block 28, Palm

as in PB 11 P 35 .._______ 4 U 43 Beach Farms Company badges for poultry keeping safety,
Lot 5. Block 15. Vedado Plat No. 3 ... ....
------------------ 10 first aid health
as1nPB11P21-.............. Tract 56. Block 28. 'Palm public personal
iota 538 do 539 Block 13. Beach Farms Company .. '. health, home repair, carpentry.
College Park as in PB 3 1P36 Plat No. 3 _unu___________ 10 rabbit wood .
_________._______ Ii U U Tract 58. Block 28. Palm raising, carving animal
Lots 21 do 22, Block 12, IlItUcrtst Beach Farms Company .. husbandry, dog care and reading -

as in PB 12 P 9__ r Plat No. 3 -------a--------_____.___ 10
Lots 20 & 21. Bailey's Subdivision I Tract 59, Block 28, Palm I; alii" .. ,
of Tract .s as in S Beach Farms Company L f It_ :a : c>kIP: John T, Pickett, Jr., Troop 23.

PB 18 P 28 __________ 2t 4It 31 .18 Plat No 3 ---------.-.......-......- 10 received
merit badges for bird
Lot 12. Block 5, Repl&t Tract 50, Block 28, Palm
study first aid
pathfinding and
of Mercer Parkas in PB ,. JI h! I12P33. Beach Farms Company IJi 7: ( '1 ,

____._._____..............._ 2i 43 U Plat No. 3 _____uu_____...._...__ 11 public health and he, too, was advanced .
Tract 11, Block 28. Palm Wsi ot Tract 61, Block to Star Scout rank Merit
Bench Farms Company 28. Palm Beach Farms ;

Plat No. 3 _________ Company Plat No.3 __.............. I 5 badges for cooking first aid and
Lots 16 to 26 1nc., Block Eli of Tract 61, Block 28, LLI",1 I "i public health were received by
8, West Gate Estate Palm Beach Farms Corn L.t- Y j .
(Northern Section) as In parry Plat No. 3 __n___________...... 5 Frank Rozelle, Jr.; first aid, by
PB 8 P 38 __._ 3. 43 4S Tract 62, Block 28. Palm Jack
UND 3 of Lot 24,Block Beach Farms Company Chi\iges, and music, by Leland -

I, Replat or Mercer Park Plat No. 3 ________n___________..__ I' 10 Shirley aU of Troop 23.
&A in PB 12 P 33 ___............ 1J n 43 Tract 63, Block 28. Palm .' Members of 1 23 advanced
UND != of Lot 24, Block I, Beach Farms Company roop to

Replat or Mercer Parkas Plat No. 3 . ... 10 second class rating included Bill
-------------- --- ---
in PB 12 P 33 __.................. U U C3 Tract 64. Block 28, Palm f Kirk
Tract 3. Block 28. Palm 'S f r Beach Farms Company George; Rozelle, Gene Sowd

Beach Farms Company t.JKll9' Plat No. 3 ____u________.___..._..... 10 er, Jack Chiviges, Ralph Chaney,
Plat No. 3 __________---- .... 9 Tract I, Block 21. Palm David
Tract 5. Block 28. Palm Beach Farms Company n I tl Ramey, Bobby Mackey

Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 -------------.----.-._.__ 10 Richard Smith, 01 i s Weaver,
Plat No. 3 ______.__________ 10 .
Tract 8. Block 28. Palm Tract 2. Block 21. Palm I t' Gerald Be\ins Payne Jackson and

Beach Farms Company Beach Farms CompanyilliMJdWtmI1tV: Steve Kirk.

Plat No:3 1. Plat No. 3 _nu_______...__._.. 10
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I Tract 3, Block 21, Palm The court of honor was conduct.ed .
Tract 7, Block 28. Palm 1 r \ Beach Farms Company ; ; by Alton Jones district advancements .

Beach hrma Company Plat No. 3 _un____________...__. 10
Plat No. 3 _____________________ 10 Tract 9, Block 21, Palm chairman, who praised
Tract II, Block 28, Palm Beach Farms Company
Scoutmaster Jack Phillips and his
Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 ---------------_____..___._ 10
Plat No. 3 .__.________....___ I 1. Tract 10. Block 21, Palm two assistants, Melvin Spooner and
Tract 9, Block 211, Palm Beach Farms Company
Jack Spencer for their work in
Beach Farms Company t.. Plat No. 3 _u__________............._ 1" 10 ,
Plat 3 .. ...... Tract 12 Block building 23 and
27 Palm
!!.o. :-:; ::';::-- --- 10 t up Troop promot-
Tract 10, Block -0. Palm Beach Farms Company
trig the scout movement in the
Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 u__________________.._.__ i', 10
Plat No. 3 ----------............- 11 Tract 13, Block Xl, Palm '. North Glades District. Phillips
Tract 11, Block 28. Palm I Beach Farms Company
released from the
the
\'as
Beach Farms Company Plat NO.3 __..___________.____.._ I' 10 } Navy
---------------------T---. 11 Tract 14, Block Xl, Palm ; latter part of 1945 and assumed

Beach Farms Company leadership of the the first
troop
Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 .. .. __ _
----------- --- 10
Plat No. 3 ---.------.-..........- 10 ,.. of this )'ear. When he took over,
Tract 13, Block 28, Palm Tract 15, Block 27, hIm m s! 'tiff'!'
Beach Farms Company BeAch Farms Company r I'" J ii tn!I r the Pahokee troop had been inactive -

Plat No. 3 ---...-....-..-..---- 10 Plat No. 3 mm____________..._._ ; i. .T r f41 10 for several months because it
Tract 18, Block Xl, Palm ''
Tract 14, Block 28. Palm Beach Farms Company .' 1'l'+ had no scoutmaster. In three short

Beach Farms Company I Plat No. 3 -- --------_.- : : months he has built the
r membership -
.. Tract tU27:7P i t : up
Plat No. 3 ---.---.-----...- --- 10 17, l I ..
Tract 15, Block 28, Palm I Beach Farms Company t.r' i. '. of Troop 23 to nearly 40

Beach Farms Company I I t ra ----.......... t.L ; : wen-disciplined, h a r d working
: ' i
Plat No. 3 --..--.------ r 10 Tract Block l 27 Palm ; 1
Tract 16, Block 28, Palm Beach Farms Company I f t,i "kl:1> l scouts and the troop has accomplished .

Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 um.n___________._...... n I 10 more in the past three
Plat No. 3 ..___________ 6;. 10 Tract 19. Block 27, Palm I ,
Tract 11, Block 28. Palm .. Beach Farms Company I' months than it did in the previous

Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 ........._
-------- ------ 10 three 't'ars.
Plat No. 3 .. 'I Tract 20. Block 21. Palm )
-
--- ---------- 10
Tract 18, Block 28. Palm Beach Farms Company All members of Troop 23 appeared -

Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 _.....
-------------------- 10 before the court of honor
Plat No. 3 -.-.----.-----.....--... 10 Tract 23, Block 27, Palm
Tract 19. Block 28. Paint Beach Farms Company smartly dressed in new uniforms

Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 n________________._..... I 10 and after the awards they demonstrated -
Plat No. 3 ... ........ '
------- ------- 10
Tract 20, Block 28. Palm Tract 24, Block Xl, Palm f' r their training in drill ex-
Beach Farms '
Beach Farms Company Company _.
Plat No. 3 Plat No. 3 __n._______________...... 10 ercises.
------ ------
13 Tract 25, Block 21, PalmBeach The cookout, featuring a delicious -
Tract 21, Block 28. Palm I II ,. Farms Company

Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 --. _______--___________..- 10 chicken pilau supper With
Plat No. 3 .. .. Tract 26. Block 21, Palm .
------------- - 10 all the trimmings, was prepared
Tract 22. Block 28. Palm } II lr Beach Farms Company

Beach Farms Company : Plat No. 3 -- ------.-------............ 10 and served by J. V. Thomas district .
Plat No. 3 .. 6 Tract 27. Block 27. Palm
--- ----- -- w 10 chairman of camping and
Tract 23, Block 28. Palm .I Beach Farms Company \

Beach Farms Company . Plat No. 3 __un_______._........ 1. activities assisted by Frank Rozelle -
Plat No. 3 ---.----.........-- 10 Tract 28. Block Xl, Palm I Sr., Albert Fremd, Tommy
Tract 24. Block 28. Palm Beach Farms Company

Beach Farms Company Plat No.3 __..__ Griffith, Robert Mackey, Jerry
----------------- 1.
Plat Na 3 .... .. Tract 29. Block 21 .
-- Palm
- ------ ----- 11 Berry and others. Frank Rozelle,
Tract 25. Block 28. Palm Beach Farms Company

Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 -_n___________.____._ 10 Sr.. district scout comml'5ioner,
Plat No. 3 ..-..-..- . 10 Tract 30, Block 27, Palm introduced scout officials. parents
Block 28, .
Tract 27, Palm 4 Beach Parma Company

Beach Farms Company t t' Plat No. 3 --.---------....-......_ lQ of scouts and other guest C. S,
Plat No. 3 ---------------- (Steve) Brown assisted In
Tract 211. Block 211, Palm 10 Tract 31, Block 27. Palm 'r.,1'I w'. 'w.vn giving
Beach Farms Company Beach Farms Company """' '' !IJ1r J'flJr' out the awards at the court of

No. 3 .. Plat No. :I ----- ... _
Plat -- --- -- 10
--- -- --- honor
4 and later led the
10 scouts in
Tract :!2. Block 27. Palm 1 .
Tract 29, Block 211, Palm :. Beach Farms Company I ,e r '. t the playing of games.Birthdays .

Beach Farms Company : Plat No. 3 .-...--.--.......___ 10
Plat N0. :3 .....----...... 10 Tract 33, Block 27, Palm :'71'M'. I 11'.A .-.
Tract 30, Block 28. Palm 'I Beach Farms Company IIr', "r ,1 r1'ri .
Beach Parma Company .. . Plat No. 3 \
s --..._.__ 11 AreCelebrated
Plat No. :I Tract 38 Block 27, '
,
----- ----- 11 Palm .
Tract 31 Block 211 Palm . .
Beach Farms Company .'4 .
Beach Farms Company Plat No. 3 ._._
Plat No. :3 .....-...----- 10 Traet 39, Block 27, Palm .+ : .10
Tract 32, Block . .
211. Palm r Beach Parma company a, -

Beach Farms, Company ; Plat Na 3: ------.-.--.--__ 18 Mrs. Joe Sowder entertained at
Plat No. 3: .. I. ,
-
Tract
-- ----- 40. Block 27, Palm -
Tract 33, Block 211. Palm .. 10 Beach Farms Company I i... her home Sunday with a dinner

Beach Firma Company ..; r Plat No. :3 -.------------.....-.-_ 10 party honoring her husband, JoeSOl.'der
PI..t No. :I ------------- Tract 41. Block 27, Palm F'BMth
Tract 34, Block 28, Palm 10 Farms Company \ : her daughter, Mrs. Lots

Beach Farms Company ii Plat Na :3 ______.___u_.._____.. lQ William! ot West Palm Beach;
.
P\&t NO.3 .. ..
----- .
i Tract 35, Block 28. Palm 10 Tract 42, Block 2'7, Palm i her son Glen So\\'der ot West

Beach Farms Company If' Beach P&rms Company Palm Beach and her brother-In-

Plat Na 3: -.------ Plat No. :3 -----------.....-....__ 10
: . 10 Tract 43. Block Xl, Palm law, Malcolm Miller of Pabokte,
Tract 36. Block 21. Palm '" S .
Beach Farms Company Beach Farms COmpany all of whom had birthday anniversaries -
Plat No. :3 .. .._.
---------------- -- 10
Plat No. 3 .
--------- the
Wtek.
10 Tract 44, Block 27, Palm during put
Tract 37, Block 23. Palm
Beach Firma Beach Farms Company Other guests were Mrs Malcolm
Company Plat No. :3 ".............__...._.. 10
Plat No.I:
Tract 38. Bloc------------------._ J. 10 Tract 45. Block 21. Palm Miller and children, Mr. and llr!.

Beach Farms Company Plat Beach No.Farms 3 _____Company_nu_________ 11 Hay Williams and daughter, Mr.
Tract Plat 39 Na, Block:3 -u 28. Palm__.__ t 10 Tract 46. Block 27, Palm and ifrs. J. C. Sowder and daughter -

Beach Farms Company Beach Farms Company "Uncle" Tom Campbell Fuller
,
Plat NO.I: ____
Plat Na :3 .__ _. --u 10
--- uu r
Tract 40. Block 28, Palm 10 Tract 47. Block 21. Palm Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Sam Undo
Beach Parma
Beach Farms Company and Mrs. Du.prea.st .
Company daughter Ralph
say ,
Plat No. 3
Plat No. :3 ..._________ -----u.___.___ 10
u
--
Tract 54. Block 27 Palm Mrs.
10 Maxine Tackett L. D.
Tract 41, Block 28. Palm Beach Farms ..
Beach Farms Company Plat NoI: Company. So'\'der, Joyce Sowdtr, Gene Sow.
- -------- ---- U
Plat No. :3 _.
_
--uu 10 der Yrs. Anna Bates and lr. and
Tract 41. Block 211. Palm Tract 55. Bock 27. PalmBrach
Beach Farms Company rums Company Mrs. F. E. Dliott of West Palm

Plat No. :3 - ---------------_ 10 Plat No :3 __m_.________ 10 BtAth.
Tract U. Block 25. Palm Tract 58. Bock 27. PalmWacb .
n..rh Farms Company farms Company -r.

Plat No. 3: _ Plat No 3: ......--.. ....--__.__ 10
--- 10 The drive for 115,000 ash to
23i' im-
Tract 44. Block
Beach Parma Company illl bf offered for sale at public outcry for the h/4heet 1:1.1 beat cash bid sub- build a Rimming pool in Pahokee

Mat Na :3 ..-... -.----.._ 10 lest to tttto rt at or the BoL"'d of Commtsalonen f1 errtdet Drainage DIVJtct trill be made next TutJday-Aprtl
Tract 41 Block 28. Palm to r led anr and a1 bids at the Oourthoux o' bfctnrJnt at 10:00: O'Clock A. Ii.
Beach Farms Company on the 10th /'aT or May 194. Earment foe ct alrage aM reclamation and ftad1)11T'I'Yf'4 23.

Plat So. 3: ..--..-._ 10 will t\fI P'PConnd. f".tty percent (50%) c1 al all pi mineral r1&hUwoU ..
Tract 44. Block 33, Palm ao bf renTet

Beach Farms Company 1tr1. Vesta Calvert u a runt

Plat No. 3: m...._______._- 10 BOARD!'VRGUD1I8 or DRAL"fAOI OOW1lISSIO DISTRICT"lRS 0' here this week of her brothtr.tn.law .
Tract 41, mock 21. Palm
..
I\Hch Farms Company BY: J. AIn AR.'fI'1"I'E.. U anent for and sister, 1t. And In. A. C.

Plat Na 3 ---------- ._....,-, 10 P.JbHfh, April 5th. Ihh and 19th. IM6 Mid JIivi. Phillips.




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Page Eight The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, Apri119,1946

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50 Restaurants Closed---1 1 Veterans Bureau : I this week. He reports that he and Eight teams oi two Lions-each

HOME I his family are comfortably located I will be on the prowl Tuesday-
Because Of FilthTALLAHASSEE
in their new home and that his looking for $15,000. It's a lot of

Has Surplus List From The $ crops are looking exceptionallygood. :dough but the Lions have a reputation -

State Hotel I for getting things done. Will
WARSSgt.
Commissioner J. Lee Ballard Mr and Mrs. H. L. Speer spent you help?

said Tuesday his inspector had Claude Jones, director of the the weekend in Sebastian, Fla. ------ .._.--

closed some 50 Florida restaurants Pahoke-Canal Point Veterans Bu- David Un\\in, son of Mr. I visiting her grandmother, Mrs. I Lake George rises 2,000 feetabove

"because ot unsanitary or unsafe reau said yesterday that his office and Mrs. J. E. Unwin of Pahokee, : Esther Braswell. the Adirondack mountains.
conditions"
''Theyin not be permitted to has literature on War Assets Ad- received his discharge from the l _______ _ __ ___ __

open until they meet the full re- ministration surplus property sales Army at Fort Bragg, N. C., on n---

quirements ot the law," he de- to be held in the state in the im- April 6 and arrived at his home in
mediate future. Sales will be held Pahokee last week. He was in the f !
clared. Ballard said the hotel com- I WILL CUT BEAUTIFUL . . . !
mission was launching an 'inten- at many different places, including service 34 months and served in
Miami, Jacksonville, Orlando.A the European Theatre for 15 !
live drive" to eliminate unsanitary i LONG STEM LILIES !
or dangerous conditions in restau- sale of surplus goods for vet- months with the 42nd Rainbow Di-

rants and looking places.He erans with priorities will be held vision. Wounded in action, he was C FOR YOUR EASTER nOQUET
April 26 to April 30, Mr Jones awarded the Purple Heart Medal
warned operators .that places !
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Or will
pack order for for
found to be substandard or un- ,said. Included in the sale will be and has two battle stars on his your shipping
ribbons. He also has the combat : EASTER OR IOTHER'S DAY
sanitary will be closed immediately such articles as typewriters, desks, ; f

and will not be permitted to re- plumbing and electrical equipment, infantry badge and a presidential
open until existing deficiencies etc. Mr. Jones said that any in- unit citation badge. IRSe VIVIAN CAUDILt I

terested veteran could easily get -+.. --
gave been fully corrected ; E Ea
I Phone 3701 Pahokee I
what information is desired by -
.
visiting the Veterans Bureau at ----- i I
the City Hall in Pahoke. -
Classified Ads ... I
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II Many Flowers For ,
FOR SALE: 50 acres muck ad-
Church On Easter
joining ridge and including 5 lots
Miss Virginia McClure has re- RUSSELL O.iORRO'V
If want a good close in farm .
you What promises to be one of the turned to Cleveland, Ohio, after a
in Canal Point, see Dan Carpenter i most beautifully decorated church two weeks' visit with her parents,

St-22-46-ch I auditoriums, thanks to the flower Mayor and Irs. O. B. McClure, in r., '

SE1'Tl(? TASKS, Grease Traps committee Mesdames L. G. Alderman Pahokee.
and Cess pools Cleaned and re- B. J. Barwick, W. M. DuBose Mrs W. J. Fountain and grandson 3 -FOH-

paired. Drain fields installed Bob and O. O. Gilbert, with "Lilies In Robert Bennett, of Seville, "
Douthit, Pahokee, Phone 3872. Profusion", will be the scene this Ga.. are visiting her son and : ; State Hepresentati'eGroup

St 3-29-41 pdsFOR i Sunday, First Baptist Church of daug-bter-in-Iaw, Mr and Mrs.Myers 1

Pahokce. The Ladies Quartet, Mes- I Fountain, in Pahok'e this

SJ.E: Two 6-room hou.es on dames C. Baker, It Crimes, C. A. week. I I a. o Educated Palm Beach County
10\ foot ridge lot, in good state Iobcrg and Mix Peggy Ann Io-I Irs. J. W. Wood has joined her I Schools; Resident 27 years

of repair, each has three bed berg :'!rs. G. C. Tate, (alt.) will husband in West Palm Beach I
rooms, both for price of one- present a special program. 1Jle where they are now making their y o Chief Deputy Clerk Palm

$7500. Dan: Carpenter, PahokeE', Class Quartet Iessrs. Wood, Butler borne. Cpt. Wood i9 stationed at I Beach 1935 County Criminal Court

I7a.1'OR. Spooner Cowart and Grimes Iorrison Field and Irs. Wood,
--SALE-: A-four-room-------house--- I alt.1 will sing. The orchestra will I'I'I who has been "l'mplo'ed at the : j o President Palm Beach County

p1a '. Re\ C. A. Moberg. pastor Southern Bell office in BelIe Glade, j Bar Association 1911
with bath room and two porches
will preach on tie theme commensurate -! has ben transferred to the West'
Served
and a 50x135 lot on the Barfield o as State Attorney
with the occasion of Palm Beach officE' I April and May 1912
Higbway. Price $1750.00. Address F..aster'I'"Ite.mrrection.
: ." The Simonson-Lair Circle, Pa-
P. O. Drawer Nt Pahokee, Fla ... e Voluntercd for Military Serr -
--- --- --- hokee WSCS, will meet at the
A19pd I vice 19-12, while
February
home of Mrs. I. W. Weeks Moc- ,
'
---- Dr Hlicher Back In holding office as State Representative. -
\\OI1U) I.Ilit: to rent a house day afternoon at 3 p. m. The meet- }4. .

with three bedrooms, or what 1V. P. Beach Office ing will be followed\ by a picnic

have you? I. E. Hamilton, F. E. on the lawn with Mrs. O. B. McClure QUALIFIED? Before called! to the
After 39 months duty with the Mrs. R. J. Schroder, Mu. I
C.
Agent, Canal Point. Ap12ch Navy where he served more than
Dental Corps in the U. S. Army R. F. Hurt and Mrs. Weeks i'1; 312 years, Morrow was PAUl Decide T uda
CEMENT BLOCKS for sale at holding the rank of Captain, Dr. charge of arrangements BEACH COUNTY REPRESENT-

ceiling price. Made from rock Barney Blicher is now on terminal Mrs. Pauline Rice and Mr. and I ATIVO: IN STATE

screening, cement and sand. Ben leave, having been separated from Irs. Myers Fountain and children TUBE (Group 1) LEGISLAjfl Y our vote

Wilson, Indiantown, Fla A12-2tp active duty at Fort George Mead, visited Mrs. R. W. Bowers in Or- TER IS.

Maryland Dr Blicher formerly lando on Sunday. lkmocratlc Primary- To "Morro v"fay
FOIL SALE
: One six-inch irriga- '
devoted part time to an office in J. E. Altman, who recently moved 7
tion pump for $35 cash See Pahokee, but stated this week that to Williston with his
Wade Ammons at his store north he will work in family, was (Paid Political Adv by Friends of Russell Morrow)
now exclusively
a business visitor in Canal Point
I
at Canal Point. Jtpd. West Palm Beach. He is located in II I

IUt.nltS for sale: Recently I the Comeau--=building.--..... ---
purchased five pairs of extra rnrn
B.1CK OX OLD Jots
fine quality white underwear
Glen O. Hatfield, son of Rev.
shorts without taking into consid-
and Mrs. Oliver HatfieltJ of Canal d .
eration the fact that I have gaincJ BETTER BETTER
Point, who recently was discharged
a
35 pounds since last making such
from the U. S. Maritime Service, ,
a purchase. So, I'm stuck with 0
went back to his old job at Cabin' Street Lighting WHEN YOU EI4ECTVater System
'em They are size 42, Certainly .
I Creek W. Va., with the Applachian I
there must be some one in the
Electric Power company. He was i DQ
Glades who needs and ran wear
given! a two weeks vacation by the
size 42 drawers and who has $7.50
and is spending the time
that Isn't working. It 90, drop by .company !
with his parents in Canal Point. lie
the Everglades News office in
was home his sist- ,
accompanied by
Canal Point and see Paul Rardin.
er, Irs. Arthur Williams and
OliN DULANYTO
t\STtl: L1tn for sale. Potted daughter. Betty Jane of Blue-

plants and cut flowers. \\'. ,I. field, W. Va. . i
DuBose, Pahok't', Fla ltpd. I
J. W. \Iulli! who has been employed : QI
"'IIJ.Tllt It.\HTr who borrowed in West Palm Beach, has I
TIII: OFFICE OFMAYOR
my transit please return it or accepted the position of manager':

call 2591 in Pahok Geiger Lumber of the A&P meat market in Bel'e :
Company, Pabokee. tch. Glade. I
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He.ElectJOHN

I'AIIOKlm F OX1fnG

E. BOLLINGER r



Stale : Gi Q' H eJ' 7 Il Ltf;

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Representative
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t Group t rOll may rest :.s,ur..d that every effort will be made to put Pahokee hack


Qualifiedand ( into the dominant spot it once enjoyed a3 the outstanding town in the Lake J JL4

Okeechobce Farming Hegion. So one will be left unturned to bring Q
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about a re-awkenlng of civic interests to inlure a prosperous fgture for
Now Serving

:; this splendid dty.

my second term as your

reprcscntnti\'c.

: Arote For John Bulan\

"1 trill again be Thank BETTER BWrTEH

lul lor your tote and .1 Is A Vote For Progress

support on May 2nd." I Ir. 3 SEWEHAGE STREETS ]


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