The Everglades news

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The Everglades news
Alternate title:
Belle Glade news
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Place of Publication:
Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Everglades News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
April 11, 1947
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Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note:
Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note:
Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).

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Tillery Is Pahokee I BEANS BY IR
Lawmakers Start

Geiger, Mackey Legion DelegateCommander : TO N. Y. :MARKET [ County SpraysIn

The 1947 SessionThe It-:; I
Edward A. Jensen A plane of fancy green

Do Not ChooseTo at a meeting of Fred and Percy I II.1n. i*. scheduled to leave the An Effort To

Mansfield Post 90 in the woman's 1947 session of the state I'ahokee lakeside landing strip

clubhouse: Monday night, named legislature was convened on Tuesday Sunday afternoon lietween trio

Paul llllery to head the post's of this week. Members faced and three o'clock) according to

Serve Again delegation at the State Legion a barrage of bills which their I Hoy Segree who i is making the Head Off PolioCounty

Convention in Miami April 15-18. sponsors hope will become la'' shipment to the New York

Claude S. Jones, local veteran* The Palm Beach county delegation market.

service officer announced that will enact into law more than I, International Freight loruted -
Tuesday May 6, is the official I veterans who have not yet appliedfor two dozen local bills, the majorityof at Lantana County :Air spray trucks from the

date for the annual election in Pa their terminal leave pay must which were discussed in open I port. i.. the carrier and the plan I anti-mosquito control district were

hokee and this year only two file claim for this pay before Sept. forum a few weeks ago in the came about after representatives : in the Glades this week spraying

councilmen are to be named. All 1. There is a large percentage of court house. of the company; spoke at the death-dealing insecticides on city

other officers are holdovers for veterans who have failed to make Senator John R. Beacham. Reps. Lions club on Tuesday of this I dumps in an effort to furthe.-

one more year. The seats on the arrangements to obtain their term- RmseUIorrow and B. Elliott week The first shipment of eliminate flies and Polio in this

council now occupied by Robert nial leave pay he said. hive found suitable housing in Glades \egetables by air is being I area according to CommissionerPaul

:Mackey and Victor L. Geiger will At the conclusion of the meeting Tallahassee and are settled down made more or less as an experi-| Rardin. For this particular

be filled at the forthcoming elec- the Legionaries joined the for a long hard grind of law mak rnent. work btnzene hexachloride is being -

tion since neither Mr. Mackey nor ladies of the Auxiliary for a potluck ing. They are hopeful, of course ---- I used and the dumps will be

Mr. Geiger will offer for re-elec supper. that nothing will evoke an extra : Deli irates NamedTo sprayed" on a weekly basis, Rardin

tion.The editor of this newspaper interviewed ---- I session.Palm Beach County Reps. Russell State Legion MeetAt ; said.The idea is not only to eliminateflies

Councilmen Mackey and Nazarene Revival Morrow and B. Elliott Wednesday but mosquitoes fall)) by tie

Geiger Wednesday of this week Off To Good StartDon't I introduced House Bill 13, a meeting of Legion Post 242 wayside when the fog banks of

and both said their plans do not which would authorize Palm Beach in the woman's clubhouse in Canal the killing spray hit their lair. All
call for running again. In fact county to supplement the $7,500
insecticides used by the spraycrews
Point Monday night J. S. Harrington -
Mr. Mackey when asked if be fail to hear Dr. U. E. state salaries its circuit court are mixed under the watchful -
would be a candidate to succeed Harding at the Church of the Naz- judges receive by $2,500 a year. and F. \\'. Cross, Jr., wt!'t'appoint'd eye of E. L. Seabrook. entomologist -

himself said ."No and you can arene each night at 7:30 until Florida state house of representatives delegates to representthe in charge of mosquito

; print that in great big letters." April 20. Services will be hell members Wednesday votedto i post at the State Legion Con- control work throughout Palm

i Mr. Mackey has served Pahokee Saturday night so don't miss any allow themselves telephone and 15-18. the
'vention in Miami April Beach county. He was in
for 10 years as councilman and of the services.He telegraph expenses for the first Monroe Pope and Roy Pope were Glades this week directing the
did will speak Sunday April 13 time. Heretofore members have
taxpayers will say that a
named alternate delegates. work of the spray trucks.
good job. His full time IB now to the Sunday School on "Over been allowed 35 stamps daily anJ Commander Roy Pope called a Last summer when polio I'otI
his coming his Four Handicaps.- had to their own telegraph
occupied with operation of pay i, special meeting for Thursday night such a start in the Canal Point
housein day morning worship service on. bill. I
recently acquired packing at which 'time the group was to section. Commissioner Rardin requested -
"Royalty in Rags. Evening ser- Bills to modernize Florida's 24- I
Canal Point.
make a decision on the purchase of the spray trucks to visit
the vice on, "Has the World Gore year-old cattle fever tick eradication -
Mr. feels that during
Geiger a building to be used as a Post 24? Canal Point on a regular schedulefor
Mad. laws and to control importation -
served Pahokee as
12 he
years Legion home. a few weeks and polio ws!
his full Monday night he will tell his of honeybee diseases from
he has
councilman given The installation of newly elected practically wiped out. Plans this
own story "Seeing Through the other states were introduced in
share of time and work to better- officers of American Legion Posts call for visitations of the
When Eye of the Dead" This is probablyone the legislature Wednesday.The year
ment of municipal affairs. and their Auxiliaries of Canal spray trucks weekly to all sections
of the most unusual life stories senate adjourned immedi-
interviewed he gave no reason for Point. Pahokee. Belle Glade and of the Glades in an effort to head
that you have ever heard s') ately after convening because of
declining to run again. South Bay will be held at a joint off polio before it gets a start.
unairconditioned chamber. The
come early for a seat.
it is known that Mr. Geiger is meeting in Belle Glade on the Recently a state sanitary inspector -
and Dr. Harding was blind at seven body reconvened Thursday for a
busy with his lumber yard short I night of Apnl 29, according to was assigned to Palm
of and educated in the session before adjourning
years age
the opening of a new subdivision.His Commander Pope. Beach and he will)) work the
council the school for the blind. Has traveledin I for the week end. I .
'work on the over Glades starter in his campaign -
as a
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State of the Union but
allwho every
years will be commended by I I Sears To Pitch to clean up the raw garbagethat
one and has preached in every TO ACCEPT CHARTER
know him.Councilmen I .
is to be found in many pJac'I.lit.
Lair Shaughnes- large city in Canada; has spokenin : Members of the newly organized i Against Brow and carries State Board of Health

and Hillier are the holdover members over one hundred high schools I Post 242 Legion Auxiliary at a authority to arrest those who do

of the council. Clerk W. P. thirty-one Colleges and traveledover I meeting Tuesday evening made The Pahokee Blue Devil ba..?- 1 not comply with the law. His first
thousand miles last '
Walker has another year to serveas forty i plans for a formal application for hall nine will play South Broward | visit i expected in the Canal Point
does the police chief Altman year. Has conducted services for a charter. The installation of officers High on the home diamond in the and Pahokee area soon" and from

Morgan. thirty-five different denominations I will be held jointly with ; city park this Friday afternoon. 'II the looks of things today he will
authored eleven
-- and i I Legion Auxiliaries of Belle)) Glade. starting at 2130 p. m. Coach Clyd !, have plenty of summons to issue.
Come and hear one of the most Pahokee and mouth Bay in Belle Alley plans to start Harlan Sears ]: He works directly under order
Jensen Or Keen To in America.
unique preachers I Glade on April 29. at the pitcher's mound and specta-j from the State and his authority+
Be New Lions Head I ----- j ---- tors should see" a good game as i iSfars. unquestionable

I Mrs. Frances II. Moose spent Mrs C A. Mobere will go to Miami : the Blue Devil nltthparan \\'. --.-
i the Easter weekend with friend Saturday for a visit" with Dr really put same magic on the i
Jess M. Elliott gave the reportof ; Senior Class Play
the nominating committee at I in Gainesville. and Mrs: C F Waller. ball wt.e'i he iin top form.

the luncheon meeting of Scheduled TonightAn
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the list Pahokee of nominees Lions Club.were Headingthe EdwarJA. and With Full evening "f fun and t.ftJn-
Building Inspector
Jensen and Manning I. Keen Sanitary t. .'amrrrnt ?* !in store for thn.Mr. !

the committee's selection of candidates ',\ attend the hilarious thr-e-ai-t

for the office of president. roO' dy.! "Frx.t-Lor.s*.". that i" I.r' ,,!-

The annual election of officers will Authority Is Named By Pahokee Mayor :.; presented by thr PahokreHph
he held at the next meeting: S h'ml l Senior lass in the

Talk on "Vegetable Shipment .:h F< h.*>! :uifJit'.rium thin FridavTiinjr

bv Air Freight"vtro given bv .. .."- at ft o'rlork.
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Now and then Ke +K' I It '
Xlexis nhlin*ky, president of International The talented! cat, which h
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Ft"'IghtlrwaY an.lC aspects i>f athe T o' : : I' 1 . under -
rehearsing nightly
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I t-itv '''- :1.f t- -- .01(.1l.ip : -
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"t'lll1am.*, who i is ;: d.rectirn of Mr.. Paul Guwen 0' -
The of )1:1r It: ...IN-: :. t : ', : .: .: : ; .,!
the same organization. includes David Thomas. I-- i
-ivakers were "f the opinion that of naming a -.;\::: .try: a-,1 t, ..101.? ,,:..: :: .:Ir felt.h- q 1'..'! : ." '.-, :"> ,; .'. ..; :.,' :: ;. \ ,'.0" II Morgan. Ann O'fonnell.i i 'J
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K. .1Flvr.n '
*\'lI",.rent of highly perishable vesr- inspector. Bofore the p.>tat" t "u JV Ma\.r > t. I : .r. !:: !: '! : pa Latham. Betty Ann Sear H ..rr

Me.* wa feasible oven at theTi ed to him had a chance to 001. ; "Mr. is well\ fittM f-.r .5.i. ..v..r..1 n: ,nths brought ai..ut the rM.J. CouWn Mars .:. f".r

+-,.<,..-t time where the market is the mayor had named O L. tOdd1 i i j.h H., ..j :,' : : -' .. : ',p ., .: ', '',. K.I A':*. Peggy: M'
str.'np the rk ,'.)mpai t ar.d ofv Flynn to the job and was :as.r I ply!> r.ty of fr'r.'ff5o. t.. erf ; .'.' -. ,. It !n"'-. OT.H Hun.phrtes. Bill K
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\ i t'ar-.i v quality by the appointee that he would V the law H. w I lie! h.'a' t. J F Si-* r.*-r and! -.r..thv ('.

-.--- available t,. take over the r.-.-.... a.-;<<-t t"" t.-e T.V .t rA taxpayer .. wfeK ....att... .....!ra 'nrk'r t.u n.

work on the morning of April 21 who expert ts.' jr.i'.*tl fonvney r thei pllt'-1! on the p"\Ti.: AT. ...ici.-i J.'!ra< '".r rtil -'

East Reach Nine :0:,'. with this appointment PaJ-.okc;> Additional b at '.:-.' I.>unril Robert O. Lampi Wring Br.f

Wins Opening GameThe take* on additional aspects c-f Mr. Flynn will he flared (.n the meeting Tues
growing up arid becoming the city payroll at a weekly salary oroO purchase of enough pipe to carry {I between arts
rightful owner <-f the cognomenby water to the veterans'subdivision ---' ----
recently formal East BeachIvvse $ plus a small remuneration for
I which it has teen called for several just cif Ka i field highway Mayor !! Emory Sear returned hoe

game ball Sunday tram w hen won: Lake its openir.C Worth yearsCITY.. pas and oil u.d in hw car. it was iaetanl said thu job would b t I 1 I Tutf-iay from tte Everglades Jf-

was defeated on the Pafcokee diamond The mayor \id that Mr. Flynn pointed out at city hill.Miss carried to corapfftion Just ss IJ'/GD I I mortal Hospital where fcevr liras ID

by a 10-5 *.-ore. would have full ac,2 complete au- Manor. Jones was selected as the ft' ;* arrives It* .V*.n

Two The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday. April 11. 1947

Black Bass SeasonIs Patrick C. Kirkland left on I I Mrs H. L. Speer is substituting
THE EVERGLADES NEWS I Thursday of this week for Chicago I! as fourth grade teacher at the Pa-
Openedgain Ill. where he will make his home hokee Elementary School duringthe I
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region I with his son and daughter-m-lav, illness of Mrs. V. V. "-ortham. -
Established 1924 Published Every Friday Florida black bass season open- Mr and Mrs George Kirkland. .
Price 82.00 Year In Advance
Subscription ed at midnight April 1 in four of I _.
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the five conservative districts. The
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn 'I
third district, situated in the
Canal Point. Florida, as Second Class Matter northwesern part of the state, will

remain closed until May 1. general
Paul Hard Owner, Editor, Publisher I
opening date in former years.
Newsprint TroublesIn At a meeting of the Game and I'' Benzene HexachlorideOR
Fresh Water Fish Commission in .
common with all other newspapers, the Star-Banner Jacksonville last December it was
is having its troubles these days in obtaining an adequate decided to shorten the closed season -II
supply of newsprint, the white paper which comes to us in in most Florida fresh waters :
large rolls. 30 days. Bass is the only species
In 1943 newsprint was selling for $40 a ton. It has been of fresh water fish on which there
steadily climbing ever since. The Star-Banner received a are any limitations with the exception Gamtox
November for which ton When of Bay, Calhoun. Franklin
car in $85 a was paid. another -
car arrived in January the price had gone up to $90 Gulf, Jackson Liberty and Washington -I i i
counties where the taking I :
per ton. In March a half-car was received costing $183; per
of fresh water fish is I
any pro-
ton. The paper on which the Star-Banner was printed Monday hibited during April and May. I Is effective controlling the following -

a small shipment of tablet paper purchased from a job- Limitations on black bass include .
ber, cost $200 a ton. a bag limit of only eight pests i
So far the Star-Banner has not been forced to resort to fish a day per person with the .
the use of kraft paper, a heavy brown wrapping paper whichis exception of a boat limit of 16 fish GRASSHOPPERSSTINK
being used-by a number of Florida newspapers. We hopewe no matter how many persons fish : !.
will not have to use kraft and in order to avoid doing so from the same boat. Legal length I.
present paper stocks are being conserved by reducing the for bass is 12 inches There is n:>: BUGS

number of pages when ever it is possible to do so. Ocala legal length on other species of f
Star Banner.Bergetta. fresh water fish. A license is THRIP H 1 1I
necessary to fish in the waters of, I
the state with rod and reel but APHIDS :
Wade Has residents can fish in the watersof
their home county with pole and CUTWORMS :
Birthday PartyMiss bait without having to purchase a

permit The fishing licenses are .
: Bergetta Wade celebratedher available from the office of the CELERY WORMS
fourteenth birthday anniversary county judge.
with a party given by her Mr and Mrs. N. E. Padgett of .-- CELERY
parents, Mr. and Mrs Wesley Pahokee announce the birth of a
Mrs and Mrs Paul Saver, A. C.
Wade at their home Thursdav son, Noah Edwin, at the Ever-I
Phillips and Bobby Phillips
night. Games were played and refreshments glades Memorial Hospital on the weekend at a fishing !I
of sandwiches, cookiesin April 3. I camp
near Okeechobee They were accompanied -
the shape of Easter Bunnies!, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Teeters of
by Sunny Herman, stu-
birthday cake and cold drinks Canal Point announce the birth of I
dent at Stetson Universitv. D'- KILGORE
were served a daughter Judy Elene. at the I
I Land who was a guest of Bobby'3 .
Mrs. Evelyn Wade assisted with Everglades Memorial Hospital I
through the Easter holidays:
the serving and Miss Tommasina April 5Mr. .
Warren of Lake Harbor was in and Mrs J. A. Duncan of --- _e.Ir. BRED-RITE SEEDS
charge of entertainment. Clewi ton announce the birth of :\ and Mrs Carmen Salvatore.
Among those present were Bobby a daughter Patricia Ann at the Sr. spent the weekendisitn ;
Moberg, Delores Williams, Everglades Memorial Hospital on their son-in-law and daughter.. Pahokee, Fla. Phone 3201 : I Ii'
Louise Hatton, Dorothy Fields April 7.Wynell. and Mr Jack Paulette in Tampa: I !
Wanda Harper Joann Platt :Myra --- and Mrs. Salvatore's part'ntsIr.. ,, I II
Baxter, Rita Fay Hurt JuamtiGerns Gillis daughter o! M-. and Mrs. B. F. Woodyard in Fort i
Danny Mullis, Joyce and MrF. G Gillis i* recup- Mead i;: _---I II Iv
Lovell Jewell Hendricks Jack rating from an appendectomy performed -!
Boland Mary Eleanor Jermgan, at Miami hospital recently -
Celeta Gant, Shirley Watson, ?
Leona Gammot, Mary Ann -r. ---
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Howes Ina Wade Tommasina Niss Nell Dunaway spent Easter -
Warren Gerald Wade, Evelyn with her brother and sister-in- ?
Wade Johnie Wade and James law. Dr. and Mrs Carl Dunaway in :

Wade. . Miami.BASs ;:a:: Veterans, ATTENTION! : :

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Come in and See Our Stock of Fishing : : .

I I Equipment, Including t Flight Training ;;


Rods, Reels, Casting Baits, ; I 4. +


Hooks, Lines and -(. Under The +

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For Both Rod and Fly Fishing and 4Y

I j Other Fishing Paraphernalia $+ 4?

I I i $ Obtain your Pilot's License now at Government expense. .:.


i Ii' SEE HOME APPLLXCEV.AHES I :-. No strings attached. .!.

t While in the store just look around I t> ?;

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have on our counters and on our

shelves especially I in our Ilou Ware

Department. Aluminum in the Balcony.and Enamc'China.Glassware. '. :: GLADES AVIATION CO. .i..

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April 11. 1947 The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Page Three

Mr. and Mrs. Theo Youngblood Rainbow Girls Will Mrs. L. W. Armstrong and niece Rep. and Mrs. B. Elliott ana Mr. and Mrs. Cecil

and son Newton of Parrish were Blanche Elizabeth Bowers, visited children. Patsy and Wayne, left turned to their home in Massachusetts -

guests several days last week of Install OfficersThe Mrs. Armstrong's sister and this week for Tallahassee where this week after spending the,
Mr. and Mrs. Tolly Youngblood in
Blanche Elizabeth's mother Mrs. they will reside through the current season here with his parents.
Pahokee. installation of officers for
- -. R. W. Bowers at a hospital in Or- ;:: session of the State Legis- .
the newly organized Rainbow Girls -

Mrs. W. H. Vann has returned will be held in the Masonic Hall lando Friday._ _ I I lature. Elmer B. and Ronald Elliott and

from Palatka where she spent several on Monday. Apr. 21, at 7:30 p. m. Alfred Kahn, cadets at Florida
days with friends.Classified The Rainbow Girls recently or- Paul Andrews is recuperating: Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Anderson
ganized under the sponsorship of from an appendectomy performedat accompanied by :Mr. and Mrs. H. ; Military Academy, St. Petersburg,

the Pahokee Chapter Order of the Everglades Memorial Hos- M. Firth spent Saturday at Cata- spent the Easter holidays with

Eastern Star now has 32 mem- pital Tuesday evening. boa Island near Fort Myers. I their parents in Pahokee.

Ads bers. Daughters of Masons. Stars
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and their friends are eligible to

join. Regular meetings will beheld

PUBLIC Stenographer Mrs. VanJ. in the Masonic Hall on the;

York at Everglades Discount first and third Thursday nights at

Company in new Wroten Buildingon 7130 p. m.
Bacom Point Road in Paho The OES advisory board for the

kee. tf Rainbow Girls includes Mrs. I. E.
Hamilton mother advisor. Mrs. -

FOR SALE: New Chrysler indust- Jessie Barnes Mrs. Ruth Carpenter. How

rial power unit starter and gen- Mrs. Jennie McKinstry. Mrs. to
erator and automatic shut-off Dorothy Graham J. V. Thomas

Phone 531. or 4002 Canal Point. tf and Ellsworth Keen. Other officers
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include Louise Hamilton worthyadvisor
Lois Echols associate
BEAUTY worthy advisor: Vera Keen, recorder -
All Phases of Beauty Culture
: Johanna McKinstry, treasurer Telephone duringthe
Phone 4292
; Patsy Creel, chaplain; Sybil your
Lake Shore Drive Canal Point
Jensen drill leader: Joan Chas-
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SEPTIC tanks and grease traps tain. confidential observer: Helen

cleaned and repaired. hone Howes charity; Yvonne Fraser

3872 Bob Douthit. Pahokee. M17c i hope: Barbara Jenkinson. faith:
Nina Russom. love: Lor'ttaViI- Strike
son, religion: Joan Wilson, nature:
Chandler a veteran Pahokee Carol Snyder immortality; Mary

Fla. May2pd Helen Hooks, fidelity: Patsy Geiger -

patriotism: Ina Russom service -
: Margaret Powell organist:
Barbara Wilkinson choir directo". .

Observation Island
RAYMOND PRICES.CIIRlSTI.-\x.1 CONTACT I We regret that there is a telephone strike.

AGENT. PHONE 2371. I I Paul Johns of Belle Glade, whr: The management of this company tried
1 Observation Island
NAVY. MARINE. AND COAST !, some five years ago and who has I hard to avoid it, and we hope it will soon be
GUARD SPECIALISTSJob I I spent thousands of dollars in dik-

Seaman Uh.UU.u MOS 065 Grades 5 ; I i i ing ditching and installing pumps settled.

Machinist __ouuu.u 114 5. 4. 3Carpenter is now abandoning his island farm
.. 050 I
Poser Man--__:----:====.-.=:==-166 5. 4. I I, due to too high lake level, he said.

Optician -unu________ 365 5.4.3, Last week a northwester breachedhis Dial for assistance if
Radio Mechanic AAF ___h_ 754 5. 4. 3 operator only you expe-
dike and flooded SO acres of
Tire Repairer _-__..__u u u 240 5. 4.
i Motorcyclist -h.U________ 378 6.5 I snap beans and black eyed pea3 rience difficulty in completing an
Automotive Electrician ___. 912 5. 4. 3 emergencycall.
causing a complete loss of the
Artillery Mechanic Light 913 5. 4. 3
I Commissary Steward _____. 819 4. 3 crop. .
Printer ______.__________ 168 5. 4
Johns stated that in his opinion
and many other skill Qualified Army I
Navy. Marine, and Coast Guard veterans a lake level of 14 feet was the
who have held any of some 400 maximum forall Glades purposes Please make distance calls in
occupational specialities for six monthsor long only
more may now enllat In the new and that the present level of 16.5
Regular Army at a grade depending on feet was the cause of so much We
the length of your previous occupational emergencies. are doing our best to
specialty service. New high Army heavy loss of farm products and

pay anA make the an opportunities Arm, career for more advancement attractive -- staple crops in the Everglades this handle all emergency long distance calls.

now than ever before. Stop spring. Farming around and on
In and find out the special grade you the lake is entirely too hazardous
will receive under this new* War Department -
nearest U.regulation S.' Army Recruiting Apply at Station the with phasized.Mr.a high. lake level he em- We greatly appreciate your help and cooperation -

West Palm Beach Fla.
- during this trying time.
: acres and Mrs. Grady Boynton left
stock farm one of the finest in Monday for Safety Harbor where

Alabama located 50 miles east of : Mr. Boynton will undergo treatment

Montgomery in Macon county 700 I.. for several weeks. Mr.
acres highly improved. 16 houses
Boynton has been laid up for several -
2 new tractors, plows and stockto weeks past. Safety Harbor

operate above mentioned farm. has been so highly recommendedto

him for its mineral baths that
FARM FOR SALE: 338 acres fine }! he decided to try it. He said

sandy loam land, one mile from; Monday before he left that he was SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONEAND

Dixie highway, just west of Lake: goingto giit a fair trial--twomonths
Park. This farm has new machinery -
if His
necessary. mar.yfriends
sufficient to operate same in the Glades wish him i: I TELEGRAPH COMPANY, INCORPORATED

six room house. This land is in'' speedy recovervMrs. .
area that did not freeze out this I --.--- I

vear.TttO. Carmen Salvatore. Jr.. anJ
I ,
daughter. Elaine are spending a
BUSINESS locations for sale ,; w't'k"lth her parents. Mr and I

at a sacrifice' in North\\ood in' Mrs A. I:. Herron in Fort Myers j
West Palm Beach.
If interested in any of the above

please contact the office of J. I). 1, ,

Clements. 422: : Northwnml Ave .
Phone .V;I>tt. West' Palm Beach ors. I
,ur salesman. H L Hittun at I NKW SPINKTTKSVurlitzer: T. ....... r, .1..1 .11.j f. t.: ......
t "1. roo .af '] r
the office of O R. Bleet-h in Pi- _
...'. StM2on: I \ .0 1.1 r t. ::: r. t"il!'

t:. "II' to make photo copies Gullran) ::ell

of discharge certificate. epi- : t I Pianos
ration ord-rs. marnace eertifii WinterSome
ates. plats, deed*, letters etcSv .otlllndd IJeautyTo SIT .''I!! tjMrtrru-nt, !M/
TvrMV! r' < :.dH.! j
Claude Jones. Phone .V 7 or I
for I Immediate
4312: Pahokee Flo. Al oh

) I homeKic.ine . . . Delivery
miI.K: One Coca Cola i.'e 4 Fine Grand Piano-. t
Nix $2. Henderson TexaroS'ation .
Pahokee It.,*i P.r> ..:.t r. -r.- ,: '. f '..4... !

l ; >s toLife OI'prifjht
nutl.i. :: 1*>.W Bunk}

$.'t-: ,-:t..h Henderson T-xiSMtion ,> -
I I Piano.-

Pahokee It.--: t . :. ": : .

\\ \MKI: Unabridged Dictionaryor n -J ,: .. .. .d\ ; :
KnoyiV'petlia. Describe, '.. IjU Ia .I'41''

Itox 7.:>3. Pahokee. Fla. It Like:

I'.n: ... \l.t:1 Corner lot in t...!ll"r.i :!,MI r)1Tt K\ "I.I'llONi .

business district.: NW corner tft-i P L0 I : 1J14iJie,61c4mi4iiiney 317.:
?t and Avenue B. IVlle Glade : :

also 1936 ("h\ !t: ton truck 1519 ;, Uf>T PALM 't..l'II. FLA.Friday. .

fF'1n.t St. Be'le Glade after 5 o 1

p. in It

Four The Everglades News, Canal Point. Florida Friday April 11. 1947

Caudill. Sandra Lampi Edd'e :SEW CIRCLE MEMBERMrs. \V. Wood and Mrs. Wiley Tillis
KASTEK EGG HUNT i Syd: Mrs. D. L. Friend New
Pope, Amy Roell Young. Kappy took part in the program whica
Mrs. Wilburn C. Young and Mrs. Young and several mothers of the Canal Pt. PTA HeadMrs. H. L. Swain was welcomed was under the direction of :Mrs
: children who were present. I as a new member of the Grace Horace U'nwin.Irs.. \\'. M. Du-
Leonard L. Maxson entertained on i
- Dennis L. Friend was elected Jemigan Circle. First Baptist Bose was in charge of the devo-
the lawn of Mrs. Young's home at' HONOR BRIDESMAIDS president of the Canal Point \VMU. at a meeting at the home of tionals. Mrs. Tillis. circle chairman -
Port Mayaca with an Easter egg Parent-Teacher Association at the Mrs. Elmer Jones Tuesday even presided at the business.
Sims will enter-
Mrs. G.
hunt and party Friday afternoon. April meeting held Monday nightin ing. Mrs.Vilhe Kemp :Mrs. C. B. Refreshments were served by the!
Refreshments of ice cream and tain at her home in Canal Point the school auditorium with Mrs. Starling. Mrs. A. c. Santo Mrs. J. hostess to INjfe.
cake were served by the hostesses \ this Friday noon with a brides Charles Jones retiring president;
to Janette Harrington. Glenda: maids' luncheon party honoring: presiding. ....enirenrnt'
Sears Gail Sears Sandra Up the- i the bridemaids of the Bleech-Mc- Other officers elected for the
grove.lichad Maxson. Edwin !;! Larty wedding. Among the guests next school year were D. L. Friend \ Fromwhere I sit / Joe Marsh
Dannelly Betty Johnson. Joy.I will be the Misses Joan Me Larty, first vice president; Mrs.Vilmi .. /
Sims Betty Maxson, Scotter Gith-' Nell Latham, Marian Parker. Bet- Lence .second vice pr'sidentIrs
Robert Boe Lou Pickett and Frances Park-
ens. Linda Hand. ty Arnold Scruggs secretary; A. Q.
Skeets Boo Henry Ripke. Joe er.New And That
Howell. treasurer and Mrs. E. E. ) Ain't Hay
Conner historian. Mrs. A. Q. '' '
I I Howell gave the report of the :, -Or Is It?
nominating committee. Installationof
officers will be held at the May
Milk ServiceProvided meeting.The I guess all of us secretly' hanker and come home by way of Pound
monthly attendance award i! from time to time for the good Ridge . nine miles in all.Not .
went to Mrs. Vivian Mercer's fifth ': old days and the Rood old- very exciting! you mightsay.
grade room. Mrs. Marvel Griffith,
I fashioned pleasures. Leastways But from where I sit it's not
Thru The welfare chairman reported an Buddy Richards done a thriving excitement that we need thesedays
i average of five free lunches arebeing
business reviving the old-time
-but those simple country

! ffladis Dairy of Avon Park I I daily. served the Clara to School underprivilegedchildren Maurer Cafeteria, pro- ''I l haj With ride.a team of horses:, and a pleasures America that-are the part old-fashioned and parcelof

gram chairman introduced Neil tout straw-bedded rack. Buddycan hayride, with its song! and jollity;
Kocher. Pahokee High School I take as many as thirty adultsat the horseshoe panics; the friendly
With mathematics instructor who gavea fifty cents a head! glass of beer; and the poo.1 companionship -
talk on "Citizenship in a De- Two or three times a week they that they engender.
VAN J. YORK I mocracy." start from Town Hall and K<. out
During the social hour at the along the river; Sop; for a friendly 8't! 1LlU/i.
I conclusion of the meeting refreshments glass of beer at Shore ide Tavern; .
GLADES DISTRIBUTOR were served by Mr. and
Mrs. Wade Ammons and Mrs. I
I Violet Hall. I Cop\.,'" !. l'i'7, I n:tedSlctie* :'rrue'5 ,".m,''H trEnjoy II

Wholesale Delivery Stores r


Retail Delivery Homes I t
i _
Pasteurized Milk Butter :Milk

Whipping! and Coffee Cream

Chocolate Milk I '

I ; ,
Phone Pahokee 3741 After 7 )p. m. r t a 1

Van J. York i

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i Box 805 Pahokee,


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-_' between Sanford and
Orlando, is one of
; i : Florida's many delightfully -

. -_ peaceful reciea-
- -- ion and scenic areas.
Limpid. I o v e 1 y and
Florida's Famous palm- ha"t.'d Sanlando
Springs is a famous
c Florida attraction vis
j S- itetil'thousantls I
Regional Beer O each year.

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Why INTERNATIONAL Truck Service Brewed especially to please Southeastern c,. "
taste*, JAX. the Drink of

Means TON-MILE ECONOMY Friendship., is renowned as Florida's Say JAx' ..,

great regional beer. Unbeatable in you Can bllY \. -

Contact us if ,'ou'.e interested in truck service quality, mellow goodrie and flavor, afQyD 6errer prce! ; .

that keeps trucks operating economically. Here's JA\ \ousureenjo\nieiit. uhene 9
u h y: -
>erou \*ant refreshment.lua

competent We plan jour craftsmen.vvo&l efficiently.Thc' find Our and shop-iien fix little are ask for: J \\. You eaii'l bu>' better; -., ....,.., \\\r-\\ .. t (

troubles before they become big ones. Thee have I beer at aii.' priee. ; : ('- :,)I .''1
the skill and Mill to do thorough juh.'c .. .. ; I't, ""I I "

\\ arc part of the I Intern,it Truck service It '- re -
organization. have fa*.torv standard international : .11 '1:1h:

P.iCt'c have special International \juipmcnt ,
for testing, servicing and repairsN ( if
) contact us tor 'en lie th.i: ;-..\ .. ,'TIn- the
language the truck! ,-X'f.I'r i.r,: '%..i .i''* ix,; I........ ,
ton-mile ccononiv. This ....r\iH .iv.n..i"n. : : i iiitruiakis kE f Nh "A
: .L" wilt\ as I lnternai>I1.lLGLDES / 1 .


2181 P lhokl'l'. Florid:i
i it1B! TKD BY
o- Shelley Connell


April 11. 1947 The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Pag Five

I'AIIOKEE BAPTIST CHURCH I Unwin HitchcockA TO PLAY IX PARK 1 1I: day April 13. at 4 p. m.. under the

A capacity congregation is expected 11 i sponsorship of the West Palm
to be in attendance this RECENT I
The Pahokee
June High School Band' Beach city recreation committee.
Sunday night to hear the pastor. I Miss wedding is being planned under the direction of Robert O. This will be the third and final I
Rev. C. A. Moberg. pastor of the OPERATIONSBy II by Betty Unwin daughter
Lampi will
Church I of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Unwo present a concert in I presentation by the local band at
First of
Baptist Pahokeein -- of Pahokee who this week the Flagler Park bandshell on Sun- Wes-t Palm Beach this season.
the next of the series of char i are announcing I
"The "' Paul Rardin I the engagement of their!
sermons on Judgments.::
The Second Psalm will be discussed. daughter to Robert Hitchcock Jr., u::=-t
of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Hitca-
This psalm is a prophetic declaration I
concerning the Federationof Not many meetings ago I told cock. Sr. also of Pahokee.

Atheistic Nations the like of members of the Pahokee Rotary Miss Unwin is a graduate of Pa- I Trees Vines Shrubs Citrusof

club that they could expect the hokee High School, Class of
which we have today under Rus-
At the commencement 19-16'1 all sizes:: and varieties:: for
sian Communism. A fitting title State Railroad Commission to ai-

of the subject in mind is, "He Who low the Southern Bell Telephon- last spring she received the your Selection.LANDSCAPING.

Laughs Last Laughs Best." At th company a raise in rates when the B&PWC cup. awarded annually to I

morning hour of eleven the pastor hearing was held in Tallahassee.My the outstanding student in com-
true this week mercial studies at the high school.
will preach on the subject. "The prediction came
Post-Faster Christ." Music, com when such a raise was granted by Mr. Hitchcock received his ed'l- as you like it. \Ve are organized and equipped to doa

mensurate with the occasion will 2-1 vote of the commission. cation at the Fort Lauderdale Hig'i' thorough job from plans to completion of planting.As .
School and served in the U. S
he presented. Messrs. King and Douglass votedin
Army for two years. He is no;' I
favor of the increase while Jerry -
a merchant in Pahokee. always, you are
Carter voted against it. Here is .
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welcome at '
the story in part as it came out our
ROOMSAT of Tallahassee:
The Florida Railroad Commission A special Easter program was NURSERIES: 1100 Southern Boulevard (Route No. 25 at :

by a 2-1 vote granted a general presented by second grade pupilsof City Limits). West Palm Beach Florida :
the Canal Point School at the
THE rate increase to Southern Bill
assembly period last week. The
Telephone and Telegraph Company ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO.
program was under the directionof
on local and long-distance intra-
LAKEHOTEL their teacher Mrs. Lucile de-
state calls.Southern. Moya. ___
Bell which operatesmore

than 50 exchanges in Florida -

requested the increase becauseof

increasing operation costs" !

Over R&F Cafe and lower net earnings on capital

PahokeeRooms investment.However Commission Secretary L1' Announces Details of

Floyd Bradley !said' the general in

crease of 10.5 percent which will

become effective on bill renderad

By Day :May 1. is subject to further investigation -
Price ReductionsDetails
Or Week and revision. $20,000,000
Bradley said the commission expected -

to "very carefully! review

the company's (earnings on its operations -

in Florida" and will require of the recently announced International
: y :t."M:: :: : : : "t" :
monthly statements on investment Harvester policy of making price reductionsto lt.

operating revenue and save users of our products approximately ))4:i FARM TRACTORS :
and the number of st i-
Prince TheatrePahokee expenses "In
tions in service $20,000,000: a year have now been worked out. ( :: 12 Models

-- We have reduced prices on 163 models. These Reduced $10 to $13.1 (up to 10.G"3))

Florida SOIKKK IN Tilt (\UI1EV cover 12 basic models of farm tractors, 123: !
rehearsal for the
bah models of farm machines 1G basic models I
Bleoch-MrLartv wedding at th : ; __ MOTOR TRUCKS r\
Week Of April 13 Episcopal Church of the Holy Na- of Industrial tractors and engines, and 12 mod- 1 i 12 Models j'3

tivity this Friday evening Mr and els of motor trucks, as well as certain motor
( Reduced $:)0 to $300 ((1.9; to 3.6"; )
:Mrs.: O R Bleech will entertain
truck attachments. The new lower prices are h .
I. I '
the wedding party at a soiree in '
Sun.-Mon. effective as of March 10, 1917 _
the garden of the Bleech home on f'V FARM MACHINES d
Bacon Point Road. These reductions were made not because of 1 .
----- n 123 :Models .,,;
any decline in demand, but lvause we elir.\c: "

Mr and llrV.. W Smith hal nothing Is more important to this country than I!':: Reduced $2.50 to $1'2.50 ,

RUSSELL KNOX .. as guests over the week'ndIrl.. .0'0)3. 'S
((1 )
4\. Floy Wilson of Tampa and Mr. an.1 to lower the prices of the goods eople buy i'-"J {x3,\

Mrs. Charles Wilson of Sebnng. While prices have not been changed on all :
sG-OF products we have mach Tluctiunsherl''l'r .
LANDOWNERS: OF E\ST SHORE possible, in the amounts possible. Prices of I (Crawler-1) Models :]

1q_.w-_-_-..DUIILI'.ooo.s--re 4tA, Notice IUIN Is hereby.\(.K given DISTRICT that pursuantto many of our most popular products have Merle Reduced $35 to $50 ((1.0 to 1.6) I mt

call of the Board of Supervisors of substantially lowered. L.

East Shore Drainage District the an-of t ',,,--'i ir .' y., -,... y .,... .. 1J. ,
East nual Shore meeting Drainage of the District landowners l for the Altogether more than half of the company'scustoms }\; < i .""'" ..::..... &!

Tues year 1947 will be held at the office or will be benefited by the reductions
'Ved. Post Office BuildIng -
said at DL.trlct Canal In Point the Palm Beach Coun- which range from 1 o to 23.8;: ; and from $' .50 Ensilage Cutters-3 models reduced $_2.73: in each

tv. Florida on Wednesday April 30. case (-1.8' ;, to7.Iri ).
1947.. at 2:00: o'clock P. M.\ for the to $300 per item oased on list prices, F.O.B. Ensilage Harvester-1 model n-durrd $33.75 (39T,).
purposes of:
1. Electing a Supervisor; Chicago. Hammer Mills-2 models reduced $;OO in each east

2, such Receiving action annual with respect reports thereto and takIng as-. Since the people have demanded that the <1.9rc; and 31.).

the landowners may determine: and government withdraw from price control in Lime Spreader-1 basic model reduced $2.50I.9'%: ).
3. Transacting such other business Power Loader-1 model educed $25,5O ((8.9'";.).
as may come before the meeting the to in
peacetime, responsibility keep prices ,
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF Manure Spreader-1 model reduced $13 OO (3,5 ";,).
DISTRICTBy EAST SHORE DRAINAGE check is back where it should be-in the handsof Milker Unrts-2 models reduced $12.00 and $17.00

R V Patterson business and industry. The business outlook ((14.4% and 18.4 ).

April 11, 18.PresidentPub 1947 makes it possible for us to move toward the Mdker Vacuum Pumps-2 models reduced $17.00 in each

- - -- case! ((11.5% and 196;.).
Thurs.Fri. of lower and have
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING goal prices, we felt a dutyto
Portable Milker Vacuum Pumps-2 models reduced 17.00
I SVB-DR\INGF. DISTRICT act as promptly as possible.Our in each case (11.3%: and 11.7%).

Notice call of Is the hereby Board given of Supervisors that pursuantto of ability to maintain these lower prices Stainless Steel Maim PaJU-2 models reduced $5.00 and

11IE rI Pelican Lake Sub-Drainage District the will depend on the supply and price of materialswe $10,00 (18,5% and 23.8%).

.... ( iftVM ft annual Pelican Lake meeting Sub-Drainage of the landowners: District for of I buy from others and on uninterrupted pro- CRam Separators models reduced $1325 in each
the year' 1947 will be held at the officeof case (8%: to IO.4'J.:
ANNBVtlP1MUBLE\ -:'.- said District In the Post Office duction at reasonable wage levels. Tractor Trailer-1 basic model reduced $12.75 (5.5%).
----- ,I ROREW STONE! ; Countv Florida, on WVdnesdav' April The prices listen here carry out our an- Milk Coolert-5 modeLs reduced W 00 to $18 OO (1.9%
.. ''l'ft 30. 1947. at 3 00 o'clock P, 11. for the
purposes of nounced policy that "Any price is too high if to 4.3%, ).

1 Fleeting a Supervisor it be reduced." Industrial Tractors (Wlieel)-4 basic mod.-L* reduced

2: such Receiving action annual with respect reports thereto and taking a-. can $19,00 to $56.00 ((1% to 3.4%; ;.

the landowners mav determine' ant? Industrial Power Unrts-8 model reduced from $tO OO
FEATURE 3 Transacting such other businessmay 25 More Types of Products
a. come before the meeting toltXOO .i,23%: to 11 4%; i.

ncuRn OF SUPERVISORS: : opPFttrN Motor Truck Attachments-? items reduced from $<> 25
Saturday Plows-52 models reduced from 59 OO to $20 ())
AGE nisTRirrPv : ((3'to 10,7';t to $2 r.S fO, including a change in pjiecifirations on

R Y J'>In..r- 'n Cj't.: ;vators-13: basic models n-ducvd $3 (II) to $1O 0') two items
"Romance Of TheVest" President
p'lh *r r'' II IS 1947 (4.3 ; to 7.1'; ,

IN THF" ('uI''TIt'nr.f"', rot T. IN"M Usters and Mdd, !tusterj) -7 model rrductti $'j.-,,) in
I \ > I OK P\IM RFtell totNTV. each caw. -,$' ; to 4 r; .

IN RF IIORIIIV Com Planters! i JMSJO model reduced $;).00 in <>... h

Eddie: Ih'an, .1..Ul l4.lrton ItC" F.SR? 'Imr costo" to 4.Sr' .
T :, .. I
Gram PnlU 11 mud .t-4 reduced > O a
nTlct" OF IN1INTION TO 'SITE $1425; to $Jf oj
:\I, O- U'.IIC\Tin.. nm HN\I ,4..$' ; toG3 -' '.
I'I"C l II.\Kf.F I L
:',\ \' WH"\i IT Vie oiNrrnv Mersb"i< models reduced $4,(.) and $11 ".l)
.. .
r .' --;:.. 1F-: "jif*" : ,, :Fp.-:... -, J.3 and 5'
.' -:,'.. ,-r Ha- ,.r. Fa'n-.:x rv-fh I Sweep Rake-1 model reduced $." ({) .5,5,"; '.

*''> "+' :that- I he :fi air rv iv* Piciup: Hay Ba'ef- mall reduced $.5,r*) I lr; '.
: : n.--ha-c Rd.a" T *- ;
i i > Tl Hon Richard P R >. - SefPropled! Ccmbjit! -l L.\.-,c: model rcductd $I'J "-()
t'1 loll r ".-"-. J-iAtf of ram: B*..!-. C.TV ,,3 t-: .
N Fd: .'prU:2 144: for apr*"-.a: '?
,, {Ill ty-ytn !iail hliT tVAGa11tl ,l'F The same and f,v fna': d-*.-ha-v.. a.
J ._ cr *a F' of the Estate f Ra-.m I PO....
. EaT: Smith Dm-e aed
DATED this 20th lin of Mirch A.

a UNIVERSAL PICTURE D 147 LonU D Smith *u..t\ I 1&1

I ,\, Ejtr of the F'.Ut.r INTERNATIONAL HARVESTERFriday.
Ransom Eat Smith Deeesed '
Pub March 31 33 AprU 4 11 194? '

Page Six The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida Friday April 11, 1947

their Western offering "Romance ing of the Florida Vegetable Committee Patsy Maxson has been ill'tith I' Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Fuqua are

Cinematic ChatterBy of The West." will be largely devoted tc a throat infection at her home in visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs.

Malcolm Millar Second one up is a throat clutcher farming sales, marketing and pro- Canal Point for the past week. \V. L. McGinty in Junction City,
under the title "House of Hor- duction policies of Florida's growers -- Ga.. and his mother in Alabama.
rors" with Bill Goodwin, Robert fo rcoming years. i .
"Sister Kenny" is to be screened Lowery and an all star cast of"horror" .- H. M. McIntosh attended a''
meet of the Florida Bankers Association I Mrs. Billy McKinstry and daughter -
artists. It'll thrill -
under the new R. C. A. super See at the movies-Mal.: you Power Company Is in Boca Raton last week.j I Joan, have returned from a
you '
lights at the Prince Theatre this visit with relatives in California.
-- Interested In FutureOf J. 1
coming Sunday-Monday, and it is 1I I'I ---

expected there will be a capacity Its EmployeesThe Mr. and Mrs. James Beardsleyand Carney Wilder, student at St.
Solid Front Is Aim
crowd to see Rosalind Russell in son of Clewiston spent Easter !i Leo Academy at Dade City, spent
twin bugaboos of old age with her mother Mrs. J. R. York, Easter with his parents Mr. and

the"Sister greatest Kenny.role" of her career, Of Vegetable GroupGrowers -work and worry-have been in Pahokee. I I Mrs.! C. L. Wilder.

eliminated for most of the 2,000
"Sister Kenny is a picture you employees of the Florida Power & -" --- -

will never forget, and you will of every vegetable com- Light Company. A plan that retires -
come from the theatre with a employees at the of
modity produced in Florida were age
great deal more respect and admiration sixty-five and monthly (;/rCraAMUSEMINT, CORPORATION
urged this week by L. L. Stuckey, provides a -
for this woman from income, without work, G
head of the Everglades Growers' was an-
Australia with the Scottish burr. nounced pUJ'n .
Cooperative at Pahokee to join yesterday by McGregor -
Do see it, won't ?
you the statewide movement for a Smith, president of the power
When I was a lad I sat bug-eyed
The full cost of the
solid marketing front among vege- company. retirement -
while our school teacher read a table producers. program will be borne by AN ALL-STAR REVUE
few pages each day of the facinat- the Florida Power & Light Company t
of this
Stuckey urged growers 1l
ing story by Anna Sewell "Black Smith said.
section to join the Florida Vege-
Beauty." I still think it one of the
Designed to provide leisure and
table Committee, statewide non-
most appealing stories that has freedom from hI
money worries at an
for ad-
profit cooperative
been written about a horse. in anyman's age when most Florida men and
vancement of the vegetable industry -
age. and to attend the women are still active, the retirement / ? .
"Black com- \..
Beauty", with Mona plan affects Florida Power DEANHUDSON
mittee's fourth annual in
Freeman and Richard as the lead- meeting & Light Y
Orlando June 16-17-18. Company employees now --y \
ing "human" will be )
players over thirty of
years age and under
screened at the Prince Theatre "Our industry has passed the sixtyfive.The .
this hundred million dollar mark in I ( )
Tuesday-Wednesday. amount of the income to be \ I
sales volume and will continue to

comedy Thursday-Friday) about four brings salesgirls a clever who grow as long as more and more paid retires monthly at the age when of sixtyfiveill the employee AND HIS ORCHESTRA -( -' : ; ) }

is devoted to vegetableeach
got a bright idea of in acreage
getting be based his, ,
upon or her salary
year"" Stuckey said, "but we
with the of
eligible young men and length of service with the .Y
wealth by forming themselves intoa are in a highly competitive busi- i
company. Any person who has
family of "wealth and position", ness and face alert and wide- been with the Florida Power &
which brings on complications awake competition from a score of J.-/
that brings forth peals of unre- vegetable producing areas over the Light Company is for three continuous FEATURING SOME OF THE \.-- f /
years eligible, if over thirty
strained laughter from the custo- country."To "
make the most of our and under sixty-five years of age GREATEST ARTISTS
mers. cropswe "j \ f
Coupled with social security benefits \
Stars of the piece are Gail Rus must use intelligent sales and a typical monthly income fora
sell Claire Trevor Ann Dvorak marketing practices, which will be
man now thirty years old who
and Adolph Menjou. effective only through concerted
stays with the
company until he
Saturday brings the double action backed by every grower or is sixty-five will be about 125. ELKS INVITATION DANCEELKS

feature with Johnny Mack Brown I producer in the state." or more.

and Raymond (Sandy) Hatton in I Stuckey said the Orlando meet- --. CLUB . PAHOKEE

Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Elarbee of

.... ........... .. ... ..... .. .... "..". .. . . .. ....... Fort Lauderdale spent the Easter Monday April 14
.. .. ... ... ... .. ... ... ...... .. .... .............".... ... ... .:*' weekend with her parents Mr. and ,

ta> Mrs. G. \\". Byrd Sr., in Pahokee. .

> --

i Camera EnthusiastsThe iy Jewel Ford has returned to the .

; home of her sister, Mrs. Sam 1 'iritf/srirttxirriCrftrrivrriry

Humphries in Pahokee after a
i> visit in Jackson, Ala. Fine Clothes For

Camera Center FLORIDA
Sealed proposals will be received by
.1" the City of Pahokee. Florida at the Have Your Ladies' Clothes TailoredBy <<
i> office of the ,
City Clerk. Pahokee Florida -
until eleven o'clock A. M., E. 8. T., A Man's Tailor

is now equipped with a re.i" will April be 30th opened l 47.and at publicly which time read they for

:t pair department. All work ; of Waterworks The Pahokee.principal Florida.Improvements Items of work In the to City be AL BELCHER

.:. will be promptly done by ext f performed to eater are distribution as follows: system(1) Extension and- BOX 876 PAHOKEE

*> Installation of fire hydrants and Talves.
perts familiar i t h all (2) Enlarge water plant building. Install -
new pumps filters aster treatment -

:ti makes of domestic and for- + appurtenances.tank and (31 Incidental New elevated piping tank.and

Plans specifications and contract
.:. eign cameras. documents. will bo open to public
*. Inspection at the Office of the City
..... Clerk Pahokee. Florida. or may be
obtained from Smith and Gllle.ple.
iA> Consulting Engineers. Post Office k
Box 1<148. Jacksonville Florida.
& Griffith Inc. y of $2000 The full amountof
Halsey the derxiMt for one "et of document A
will be ret'irned to each
actual Bidder and all other deposits P p
... ""1I1 be refundhd with the deduction ,
. of $1000 for each set which o
.:. Office Equipment : amount covers the repro- y !
... ... dn'-tinn of these document"upon
return of all document In pond .'

.!. West Palm Beach, Fla. cit.I. condition date of opening within bids ten davs. after the |'

. Bid mast be R..m1"anl..d bv n !

i ; :313-15-17: Datura St. Phone 3883: .:. certified amount not check less or than bid fl\e bond percent In an '''j

ri the bid of'I' GET GUARANTEEEDi
h V Nr bid may be t'1thd-ai for ,i*. ."...s."".....*"...."...."....Y"..y"asrss" "*.s"*..Y".t"1..i."...."*.."...*"...rai" "*.tY".s-"aIloiiiogeiiized ne'-.nd->d o'oMnc o!* hlrtv time day for after the receipt The :srherr of- '
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Friday, April 11, 1947 The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Page Seven

Aline Hopkins of Pahokee was Mrs. York SpeaksTo DeMoya:: Wins Cash Funeral ServicesFor Sunday April 6th. Berry Funeral

severely bruised and suffered Woman's Society"The For Suggestions Vesta Thompson Home in charge .of.arrangements

shock in an automobile accident on

Bacom Point Sunday evening when Jewish Palestine P. Paul Watson's Group Wins
Question ,
in de.\loya district manager -; Ve ta M
Thompson 66. died
the car she was driving skiddedin age ,
was the subject of a talk of Florida Power and Ligit at her home in Canal Point Apni Bible Class ContestLast
the sand and
in the given by Mrs J. R York at a Company. has been named winner I 4 after a short illness. She cams
that borders the road
pit nearGeiger's meeting of the Woman Society of fo major prizes of $10 and $5 in from Reidsville Ga, 19 Sunday saw the Pahokee:
She takento I years ago
air strip. was ,'i Christian Service in the Pahokr-e the company's suggestion contest. Men Bible ClaM contest come to
the Memorial Hos- I and worked for S. M Jonse Co.
Everglades Methodist Church Monday afte-- DeMoja's:: suggestions cOIl.Sideri i ; a close with 136 present. Paul
She is survived byt daughters
for treatment and able
pital was to
noon. A devotional program ed two of the best submitted bv; .:\lr3."hian Lake Watson and his group emerged the
McCoy Worth,
return home Wednesday. ,!i "Two Golden Days: 'was presentedby employees in the company's eastern -: Fla.. :Mrs: Lola \\"iIksIiami., Fla.. winner amassing 157 points. In
Mrs I. M : order others were as follows. Al
r Lair. division covered a new company -I Mrs Elma Strickland Reidsville. (
The group voted to act as host- i I form and a revised system Ga. Mrs E. E. Caroll, Glennv', :. Belcher with 155 Lt>Wroten with
for trouble calls 152 Max Beverly with 132 Horace
esses at WSCS sub-district meet- handling
Ga., One B
e n n i e
to be held Pahokee DeMoj a's contributions have j l Unwm and W Upthegrove with
ERES <00 MANY ing in in May Thompson of Canal Point. Two
GOOD FOLKS IN-THIS HERE with representatives of WSCS won prizes already, making hire Sisters: Mrs Florence Toler Can-,i, 103 each. Jack Spell with 99 and
"The Tale"
units in Canal Point, Belle Glade, eligible for the major prizes awarded Holman with
WORLD PER A FELL R I al Point :Mrs: C. H. Hammock. .182.

-TO ASSOCIATE W11H THEM Clew-iston l serm-annually The power company's Savannah Ga. Three Brothers; :, A sumptuous feast such as How-
suggestion contest inconstant
1NAT5 Not t f is Mr N. L. Murray Hazelhurst, Ga I I ard Holman is capable of arranger -
operation with winners
tend. Plans were also announced
N S. Murray Macon Ga. Ben i
will be served one day next
i for a spring mission study class in named each month. Employees arsencouraged :
I I Murray fetter Ga. week, the date to be announcedthis
the near future, the date to be se: to express their ideas Active Bearers; Bill Johnson, C-
Sunday The lesson.
I all of morning.
later. on phases operations, par-
/. Barfield Robert Weeks Lester "The Kingdom Established." will
Mrs D. D. Caudill. president, ticularly customer service and improvement -
of Hovle.. Rubin Barfield Charlie be taught by the teacher. Rev C.
named new memberships to stand- employee working
conditions. Yeoman Services were held at A. Moberg The Class Quartet will
committees. She also
ing reportedthat 1 Methodist Church, Canal Point
O/ 1 sing.
she would be unable to attend During 1946 company employees '

the WSCS State conference in turned in a total of 372 sugges

l Daytona Beach as a local delegate tions.
as originally planned and she was PIANOS JEWELRY MUSIC
asked to appoint her own substi-

lN.w.M,w nn M tute. SCIENTIST"ARE

I It was announced that life memberships DEATH REAL SIN,?"DISEASE AND I J. W. R ASH L E Y
There are too many good cars recently awarded to local is the subject of
on the market for you to be disappointed WSCS members will be presentedat the Lesson-Sermon which will be I JEWELER Belle Glade Fla.

when buying the first the May meeting. read in Churches of Christ Scien- I
tist throughout the world Sunday
-- on -
new car you've had in years. April 13. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY
Why not visit our showroom at I CARD OF THANKS I
The Golden Text is
: "Art thou
first See the With deepest appreciation I wishto
your opportunity.
not from everlasting, 0 Lord
thank friends for
great new Dodge . take in my many
I God mine Holy One' We shall not
the lines . thrill at the their thoughtfulness during my
new die . Thou art of purer eyes
recent illness. :\Irs..J. T. Chance.
stunning interior and learn all -- than to behold evil and canst not

about its new horsepower. Mr and Mrs Homer J. Clause look on iniquity" (Habakkuk 1:12. I
had as guests at a lawn party
Easter Sunday Mr and Mrs. W P Among the citations which com-

LAKE SHOREMOTOR Harris and Mr and Mrs HarrisFolds prise the Lesion-Sermon is the
lowing from the Bible: "The f\l-I
CO. and sons all of Sanford; Mr I II Ir
.. Wilder, is my light and my I
... and Mrs. Phil MilK Edgar
p,4NOKrr. D'DA Miss :Marian Clause and Jackie whom shall I fear the Lord is r I
the strength of my life: of whom I
Stanley. A Servant
of the GladesI
shall I be afraid . Though an r

host should encamp against me.j i I
my heart shall not fear" Psalm

L a a 27:1, 3 (to :)). I Miami
The Lesson-Sermon also includesthe 4 Buses

SPECIALIZING IN following passage from the To West Palm Beach
Christian Science textbook "Sci-

BODY & FENDER REPAIRS ence and Health with Key to thScriptures" ? Dally To Ft :Mver> & Lakeland

by Mary Baker Eddy:
"F.verythinggood or worthy God ,

TIKES AND AUTOACCESSORIES made . In the Science of Genesis -
Glades Motor Lines Inc.
I :: _n we read that He saw everythingwhich .. ,
lie had made 'and. behold,

AUTO PAINTING 0 it was very good . Sin sickness!' SERVING THE GLADES"
and death must he deemed as devoid -

of reality as they are of good.

: Bennet Bros. Service Station tJ God" (525:20-21.-.22-24.- 28)). I

Box 245 Pahokee Phone 579 Belle Glade Road 0 Mr and Mrs Jack Phillips entertained -

at their home Wedne

day ('\'eningwith a buffet supper
1 honoring Mr and Mrs. Ellis Wilkinson -

who recently returned from

- u_ their wedding trip. Other guests
were Mr and Mrs Charles Wilkinson -

' Mr and Mrs Simmons Wilkinson I I -

TUT'S HUT BARBECUE Dany.and Mr and Mrs Lawrence II I !

Barbecued Ribs to Carry Home : Ii '
Join The

: Barbecue Sandwiches STARTING i H: Throngs

I ; Chicken In A Basket THURSDAYAPRIL t i Attend the

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Eight The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida Friday. April 11. 1947

I Miss Betty Jean McLarty Is Honored I' . .

With Two Bridal Parties During Week j I B'aeon'sBass Battle

Mrs. C. '1'. : :Mrs. E. L. Pope and Mrs. H. M.
Kirk, Mrs. McIntosh entertained at Mrs. will start April 14th and run until September 1st.
Mrs.: R. G '! Pope's home on Bacom Point Road
ed at Mrs. '! with a bridal and :miscel-
Bacom Point ; laneous shower honoring Miss Bet :- CONTEST
an afternoon tea ,t ty Jean McLarty bride-elect, from
:Miss Betty Jean four to six o'clockVednesday 1. Anyone is eligible man, woman or child.

elect, whose afternoon. 2. Fish must be caught with Rod, Reel and Artificial Bait.

Merle Bleech will Bouquets of spring flowers in 3. Fish must be caught in open legal season.

the Episcopal I pastel colors decorated the living 4. Fish must be weighed in at the Pahokee Supply Co. store, not later
Nativity on room of the Pope home. The white
The tea table, floral centerpiece for the lace- than 24 hours after being caught. Fish must'be fresh and in good

low tapers in covered table was made up with condition.
covered with a I an attractive arrangement of tulips 5. Fish entered in this contest cannot be entered in another contest.

orated with 'I carnations and freesias. The 6. Contestant cannot compete for more than one capital prize. ;
ments: of Easter centerpiece was surrounded by a
7. Contestant must register at the Pahokee
iris. Mrs. Joseph ring of paper dolls carrying umbrellas Supply Co. store at least one
piano selections. in pastel colors and was day before the fish is caught.

burn and Mrs. Ii lighted with white tapers in crystal 8. To register 82.00 purchase of tackle from our store must be made.

ed the hostesses holders. 9. It will be optional with us if fish entered in this contest shall be used
The list The many lovely gifts were carried -
guest i i for display.
A. Bailey Mrs. j i I by Annette McIntosh: !' to Miss: :, '

Mrs. Thomas j i I McLarty who was assisted Iie'l'in the! WeeklyPrizes . . Monthly Prizes . . Grand Prizes
Frances Harris I I opening of packages!' by

little Lanier Mrs.and Laurie Miss !I Latham.presented The with honoree a file containing was also (Prizes Will Be Announced Next Week)

ly. all of Belle :; favorite recipes of the guest
Cate, Jr., Mrs. I Piano selections were played by
lain. Mrs. H. T. ; Mrs. Sydney K. Smith.
H. May, Mrs. J. ; VV. Cunningham and Mrs.V. M
O. B. McClure j I DuBose were awarded contest
: prizes!' The hostesses!' served refreshments Pahokee
:Mrs. H. L. Speer Supply Company
of ice cream moldedin
ley. Mrs. J. M.
the form of bridal slippers anJ
Mrs. B. Elliott \ i heart with cupids!' and heart- HARDWARE PHONE 2671
Mrs. Albert shaped cakes.
The euep-N' : Mrs. G. C. McLarty
Dobrow Mrs. J.
Mrs. O. R. Blt't''h.frs.. J. F. Col-
J. V. Chastain
son Mrs. P. P. deMoya. Mrs. G.
Mrs. G. C. > II. C. \ M'I I
T lk. Mrs. Graham
Lair Mrs. C. G. AAAAAAA
J. Larrimore, \
Mrs. A. D. Beverly lfrs.VilJiaM
Jr., Mrs. C. C.
Bridges Mrs. J. J. Cha?tain. :Mrs.J. D
R. F. Hurt.
A. Dulany Mrs O. D. Carpenter.Mrs. .
Also Mrs. G.V. D
George Mead. Mrs. Glenn
D. Caudill. Mrs.
Carr, Mrs. A. O. Allen Mrs. Becky

Christian Mrs. W. H.Mrs.Vann VV. Starling Mrs. Bertha Starling. tI No Down
Pat Schoeppel. Miss Marian Stokes Mrs. R. J. Payment
Simonson 1Irs.V.. H. Lair Mrs.
lev. Mrs. J. Leo D D
C. A. Shive, Mrs. Frank Rozell
Nancy Jo Mrs. R. \V. Sanders Mrs. F. M. i D
Sullenger. Mrs. I USE
Shaughnessy Mrs. J. V. Chastain
Mrs. R. O. Lampi
Miss Joan McLarty. Mrs. G. L.
Kahn Mrs. W. H. Sims, Mrs. S. K. Smith Jr.. Mrs. .
nette Kahn. Mrs. Ora W. Powell Mrs. Duncan Pad GMAC Budget PlanFOR
Mrs. F. H. Moose,
gett and Mrs.V.. M. DuBose.
Mrs. W S.
ly. Also Mrs. Frances M. Harlow,
David Brandon,
FLORID'I Mrs. E. M. Meredith Mrs. H. J.
tain, Mrs. Sam
Anderson Mrs. Francis Harris
Mrs. L. L. Stuckey
Whidden. Mrs. R. J. Schroder Miss Lucille

.. Salvatore Mrs. A. R. Harrington
Mrs \V. P. Jernigan Mrs. D. W.
Mr. and Mrs. I. Cunningham. Miss Nell Latham. Super /CHEVROLET Service
ed relatives' in
Miss Verla Jeffers Mrs. C. L.
Kissimmee the
Wilder Mrs. Phara Mock Mrs. A.
- Hansen Mrs. Seth Roberts Mrs.

---- L. J. Fraser Mrs. J. V. Thomas,
Mrs. J. G. Thomas Jr.. Mrs. Paul D
Rardm. Mrs. Ralph Stanley Mrs. *
Motor Paint Jobs
Dr. R. Y. Joe Hatton Mrs. Thomas Elliott

llrs.V.. E. Pope Mrs. J. R. York
and Mrs. D. D CaudillAuxiliary Chassis Metal Work ""IIIJ

PHONE Snonsors Brakes Seat Covers

New I Spaghetti SupperPlans g Tires Glass Installed

supper to for be a held benefit in the spaghetti Pahokee p Floor Mats Front end Aligning

Woman's Club building on ahlTd. D .
Belle .. '. April 19. from 6 to 9 p. m. Radio Undercoating
were made bv members of Post 90

Mail in Legion Auxiliary at a meeting in
I Ior the clubhouse} Monday night.

I i Tickets will be priced at $1 each:
The group also made plan for
) the annual "P(>pp P. y" sale ofpoppies I'o General Motors Insurance gg
made bv diahlt'd'tf'ra!'!

with all proceed: gin!: to the vete"ins ,
The p'Ppzesill he sold TI
..,election dav. Tuesday. May <>
Mr\ .T.-hn u Wilson' president ap-
Tractor I ", 'mr..f Mr Paris \\Ytherington Genuine Chevrolet Parts .
Mjybe .-hairnian of the committee in I
..hnt -.' .>f thi proiect jt j ,
\ the ,'t.nclusion: of the meeting
,, .l!.i'h. '
'I, h.- '->f the auxiliary j\n" :
L'aIr.airt: : in a social hour ,

, 'r I :is hnctesse! at a petrp.'r I Harold Johnson, Service Manager [f

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lef MI do the ----
ly wilH I Iood
owr I'<<)I'I\I.I'\ITY
toting '

to We lervic or* V-! ....1! MrF'ank: Friend -. CIiilslian Ilicvrolel

iwoo ietovPAST. .. -- 1 '"- .- nf'v.' >'. [
,-' W-.K with a f.'rmprt.: \ :
': 'h M r granddaughter 5
:M;-- I,. .- Morgan refreshment.itTf .-* I'HOXK: 2J71: 3l
naH served t.> over t) guests
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Machinery V i
Repair llJ ITTO MKKT: : MOMV
The Pahokee; PTA will, meet in
rhone I ; regular st' h'nI.nda\ in thechool
auditorium at the usual
meeting hour ' '

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