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The Everglades news
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Belle Glade news
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Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Everglades News Pub. Co.
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May 9, 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
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Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
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Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
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Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).

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RECENT ,!) Sellers & Gamot I FFA Banquet Held

OPERATIONS New Councilmen II For Fathers &Sons

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I By Paul Rardin 1 Terry Sellers)) local representative Approximately 150 persons attended -

for the Southern Railway I the fathers and sons b jj__

Company and A. J. Gamot. merchant suet given by the Pahokee chapr_, _

The telephone strike is over! and Dodge-Plymouth agent. ter. Future Farmers of America

Ratification by several unions were elected new councilmen at i in the school cafeteria Friday

the Pahokee City election Tues evening. The cafeteria was decorated -
throughout the strike zone remains -

a formality after whicn day.The for the affair with FFA

usual service will be available. 480 votes were cast as fOllows emblems and bouquets of sprin

: Group four councilman A. flowers.
Here in the Lake Okeechobee I
that future ser J. Gamot 240. O. R. Bleech, 230; Ii i President Harry Fremd. act iT';:
Region we hope
usual. group five councilman Terry; Sellers I a" master of ceremonies, introduced -
be better than
306. Jack Phillips 169. I Rev. A. J. Lively rector of the
Usual service here for the past
:. WAS. A PCPUIAK / tl II rpiscopal! Church of the Holy= Nativity -
been '
few years has inadequateand a CENtoRUS1CM/
who talk on pot.
EP+GLKi+ gave a
those who "Roses i
exasperating to Red & White PAV O6SERVANCE WASANANCtEtg7
wt EFE9Y n the Horizon." He also intro
wanted efficient telephone com- 60yAr,4G '
Rardin's Topic Sunday +4e MCTTHtR-6ODCe55. ApPRFkliES r' a duced Carmen Salvatore Sr..

munication. II I IM ASIA MlMOR,A CAy WA5 5ET A51DE wERE Al10VJED member of the County School
Ed 1 Bowen district manager oj Elks' 312. m. ServiceAs BACH YEAR (N HONOR OF FHEAT+E TO SPEND'MOtatgn4MOTpER !
OF 1+4EGODS. SUNDAWrtt+ T 4EIRFAwAIl'ES, Board: Duncan Padgett;: presidentof
the Bell Telephone company was EsistGiNG CAcrS An.D 7tun I
t the Lion Club: Claude S.
in my office the other day and laid : in the annual custom a I ) y / I FFA State president-
Jones, past
before me a list of anticipated aJ- Mother's Day will be heldin I
+ OUR -'G I-E FIP51CB Principal D. D. Caudill and OP1E'r -
ditions to the equipmentin AMERICAN
present -
the hall in Pahokee Sunday J FPrAtiCEOF

the Lake Region.' If all of it is afternoon at 3 o'clock. Paul t II yc MOTMER'5TEDDAV 'M i 1, .:t tutu:::M? ,.i N:; MO'i55A,+9'O ERS HAvE DAV Chapter special guests.officers conferred a degree -

installed and put into working order Rardin has ben invited to deliver -.w o ;u"1 f+ 0 MISS r '.'s, BFFN t+EiD tN Carmeii
of the on
/ ANNA M. rY *.i ig08 Al T eEJARVlS j chapter
service should im-
our phone the address! and has chosen for his -
I 4'i : i ,. AvJ4F v5JIioTHOUGe.T i Salvatore Sr. Reports on FFA
We shall wait and see. F- r .. MF7NODe57i
prove. subject "Roses. Red and White.
CNURCa activities for the past year
Mr. Bowen said that plans cal OF THE IDEA j
Exalted Ruler Harold Rosenberg GRAFtON,
c iN
WHEN SsF ,. for the future Wf'r.f'n bv
for installation of new equipment ( I WvA.,
of cordial invitation
the lodge extends a y |i Bernard Justice. Oli"f't't'r: and

in the Pahokee exchange sufficientto to one and all to attend t0A5ARRANGE |: Kenneth Johnson.
take of ALL applicationsfor A MEMORIAL
the program. Mr. Rosenberg SERVKE FOP1 ; nNER OWN I The invocation was given bv
new phones by Sept. 30 1947. pointed out that the service is J AOTiIER j David Thomas. Otis Boland playela
He also said that additional equipment I
for everyone in the community and harmonica solo and the Tillis

will be installed to render that he is anxious that a large I Trio sang: a song. R.L.* Brooks.chanter .

H better service to those now con- 'crowd be in attendance. IRIS VEAR advisor. thanked those

nected. -- MAY n-wnw whose contribution helped to makethe
The phone official said that I FIND MILLiONS < .p,, tA .
| banquet a success.'
Street Dance Ends
seven more tnmk lines will be installed spurLAD
THROUGHOUT ycsr I The three-course banquet featuring -
by Sept 30 1947 between Fund Campaign THE COUNTRY c.i* i barbecued chicken as long
Pahokee and the manually operated I tq
i as it lasted was served" bv thegirls
distance exchange in Belle WITH AFFECTIONATE
long The Canal Point Legion Post 242 GREETINGS \ I of the high school home economics -

Glade, making a total of 22 tnmk met in the" Thomas building Monday EXPRESSING y \ X cla< R.Lions .

lines there being 15 in operation installed LOVE AND REfPECT ----
night with the newly I
today.1 think the most important of officers presiding for the first SON Al-ID On jckasses

all the announcements made ty:: 1 1n\ \ :
Plans were made to celebratethe < Should Re A SierhtI
Mr. Bowen Is the one that assure
end of the post's current fund
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the Lake Region of EXTENDED campaign on May 31 witn I Well Worth SeeingArrangements

service which allows unlimited raising There's A Nice ProfitIn
''a big street dance on the street Officers Take
mils between Belle Glade and Pa- are being made
Hardware ,
bordt'ringthe Coburn Ii Cows At This Price
hokre and vice versa. In other i for a donkey Softball game b.!-
I i store" on the north.Commander .
words for a specified charge per I Roy Pope appointed Over Legion Jobs twern the Pahokee Liij3and th.

month subscribers in either town Lewis Low'ras adingadjuant There's profit in cows. Or mayh BP11e (;lade! Lions to be played on

may call) subscribers !5n the other John S. Harrignton who i! xv,- should say there was profitin the city park baseball diamond

town as many times as necessary handed to replace in his resignation because i:! Commander Paul Tillery and just this one. For. after all. it Saturday night' May in. according -

without toll) charge. The additional other newly installed officers of to an announcement made bvI
a this area I I
absent from j jthroutrh I
he will be is the only one on which we have
monthly charge i.-* scheduled months. I I j Fred! and Percy Mansfield! Post: 90 I Kenny Mock, chairman at the
the summer figures And. they do show a real
as follows) : Independent business --- assumed their duties of office at ameeting ( Tuesday' luncheon meeting of th-'
phone $2 per month: independent in the woman's clubhouse | Lions Club All persons interested -
Charles calf
Lodge Has McCurdy bought a
residence phone $1.25 per Cypress i i Monday night. la-t November 23 for $22.00 }{efe,1 > in seeing what happens when a

month. Mr. Bowen Mid this service Management A new set of improved by-laws Lion mounts a jackass! should by
X '' it on grass until Jack Fro't
would be available Jan. 1. for Post PO was adopted by the I and all means' attend this game.;::
along February
cams m
191. ,, group.;:: Carmen Salvatore Sr.. Ja.-k The safety problem caused by .4"
Cyprus u'd S .' at Port :\taya"a'' cleaned out his pasture.! Then he
---- Phillips John T. Pickett soil l lI the proximity of the Florida lIiJtwa -
widely know hostelry before had an Idp3. He bought a ark ,
%lcCI nand Leave the war is .team: open ami under I >H nard Dobrow were elected as j cf: feed l for $7r,0; and added to it \" Patrol antenna tower anti
members of the executive
I'r 'I: additional its supporting cables to the Paho'kff /
management .sugar cane which he salvaged: from
For Virgin IslandsMr! new committee. Pan Collier Pa \'.' discussed
airstrip was at
Anderson Chast.iin of Canal Pointrecently alongside! the FKC tracks where
.',l the l.odce! fdMr report on the pY'oJff'Sof;:: thpost's railway length without approaching a aa-
\lr 11.1'rs I. V McClelsdand purr! t> it had spilled! off car
:\ current fund-raising campaitm -
liition sot thrown bark Into tb*
week thatt
this mill at Clfw-
Chaplainaid r r.nroiit tn the suear
11oty. 'f C'ar.I!,11
on. which ends with a drawing
for these desiring! room''?" iston. With a sharp hatrhChl'rl.s -' lap of 'he hapless J ': safety:! rommit ?-
airline i? open
lease h\ Jul4.. ....
until th5fall < on mviir Third: VT" President C A.
served t.ilks in
meals will he I cut the
.tonday l1I"tTlI1J. fir Se Croix. No pointedout. .\t the corx-lusion of P'f' busness ;- ,. . '. pj.*< *>. I.- J.r'L .]led :n the nharac
aninl l : !
the new management \"inm island! ii-'r- 't."ldl.ln,1 "- the I..'gii: inaires: j-r, tn Padgett sal
( ; "a" ,lu'1 t.\\ .1'1 itJ'P"it"u..t I :: ht'rtf the .\-i.ciarv: wh "'.'n-. .'. : m.e': it 0 hntst .T-V ". v r p'."-.',. rt.i' wh'. wee
redecoratingth. ; K'-
Workmen are busy Wt-1! rake ;i '
th'r .1'With:.. t.-n-i Ise ..I>i', !. I"..!.r.t;i.-nt\\ .' I'xJr1: ThiwieN-nit and who"omleted a .1.1" I' .I' r.-I':, k <':rf't'Y' > ".. ..- .' ToO"* t f-.v Ti"-" *,P'I'"' !ir JSnrviTa' .e'.dri' thf: LiOl'l'.

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nH1'ere Held By "t fan New .Mannjrement Ir.e. From C1r'\viston ,I.8::

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held under the direction of Legion:: for a visit of several tuners -.i .:n : promise excellent food and f:!!* a contributionJr 11...'.\ : -

auxiliary men berv and Mr. Ga'rison. rt't.\h\II.n Kansas! anal othT ervv. ti Th* many frterds 3:- i >r the aganst t"'e d' 4dt'.as. ..F. t'P r- .'!' n :.'111 'm'rr rnreiaiUeSVllle,3-

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Page Two The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Friday. May: 9, 194"1

MKVS:" BIBLE CL\"S teacher Rex C. A. ll"bt'rg, will
THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing Ship Flies lAir I teach the regular lesson "The

the Lake Okeechobee Farming: RegionE4ahlbhe To Rush l DDT Sulcs This Sunday. "Motner'a' Day." Struggle Against Baalism" Thj
I the Pahokee Men Bible! Cias
1U21 Published Every Friday CU" Quartet will present a
will have as its honored guests.
Subscription Price S2.00 Year In AdvanceThe special! ; program. All visitors ars ;
mothers of the members wht'tpos.sibk "
Insecticide (7. ',
all of the T K L. CLIS
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn
Fatal Lure of Paint. i wives and friend: The oldest ant -----
Canal Point, Florida as Second Class Matter
youngest mothers in the membership Lester Hind spent the weekend
CHICAGO ILL. The bill of lading of the church will as a "sut- with his parents in Sarasota
Paul} Kurd Publisher
Owner Editor
read: "Flies handle with pn"e' be recognized in a manne'befittirs and was accompanied home by h's
Sears-Roebuck care. Net weight-0. Gross weight the theme of the d3'-. wife and daughter who had be 'itvisiting
18 pounds" "Mothernood:" The pastor and there.
"Wanted'atchmaker with reference who can furnish The air express agent at Chicago's

tools; state age, experience and salary expected." municipal airport looked at the f.y
Who could predict that tremendous results this simple cage and remembered the famous
short story "Pigs Is Pigs," in whicha
classified ad would }bring when it appeared in the Chicago railway express agent handled

Daily News in 1887. Yet out of it grew the largest mail guinea pigs that multiplied faster ,

order enterprise in the world-Scar, Roebuck and com- than he could handle them.

pany-which expects to do a billion and a half dollars' He remembered, too, that flies I Corn
breed like mad. Hastily, he shoxedthe Earworm and
mail worth this of business through their many retail stores and by flies aboard an air liner and

year. washed his hands; of the xxhcle
The man who ran the ad was Richard "\'. Sears. The man thing. That's the way common

who answered it was A. S. P.oehuck.-Stuart News. house flies are being flown across
the nation in the year 1 of the atomic
I Budworm ControlCan
Upright Stop Signs In the last few weeks 20,000 flies

Leesburg drivers have long been handicapped by stop have traveled on wings other than

signs painted on the streets-a type which has become oh- their own to 15 cities. They are air

M>lete in many cities. We suspect that many of the accidents expressed by a paint company to its
distributors to demonstrate the fatal
..' _-F that have occured here could have been avoided of attraction of the firm's new wall

our city had had upright signs, placed in full, clear view paint which contains DDT. the new
now become a reality. "'e now havean
of the drivers. insecticide.The .

Aside from the factors of safety and convenience, it would distributors take the flies out oil base Insecticide which has proven ,

appear l that upright stop signs require less maintenancethan of place their them comfortable in cages sprayed cages with and effective in the Sweet Corn rowing area .
the kind painted on the pavement. We think it wouldbe
the new white suitable for
paint at of Central Florida for controlling the Corn
appropriate if some of the parking meter money were tics, basements storage roema,
to he used in providing stop signs that would be more easily poultry houses and the like. Earworm and IJudworm. o we have a

:seen and safer for the motoring citizen-Lee burg Com- The flies make six point landingson few advance samples of a newly perfected
mercial. the sides of the cage After only
seven seconds' contact they take a I and patented Hand Gun for the application -
pessimisticiexv of life. In abo-t 30
The preacher had asked money for a certain good work minutes thex're dead I of this material. \Ve recommend that

and a man in the congregation started the list of donors by I The paint main:focturcrs get their i you t come in and see how Dimple and easyit
promising $100. "Thanks, brother, thanks" cried the minMer. ;- flies from a Chicago oil company !
i "I 1 don't know your name but may heaven bless your I hich bretdthem f'>r labont jry !I Ii i i.. to treat your cropith this gun.
: i i study The Rice of price adminis-
kind heart and may your business in the coming year be J .
tr iti n hasn't Provided a ceiling; ;
: :
doubled! The donor v/as an undertaker.-Arerdia Arcadian I rGr Ties since they don't cost arx- '

1 j thin:;-jet. fI|

Straw In Price Wind I I Because air line hostesses have i ii
i I not had training;:: in the care and
An interesting straw in the price wind i is provided }by tltf; ,j feeding: of flies the part company

Hillsbroiigh county milk producers and distributorhave Th/y :I has to anticipate their wants while:
informed the state milk commission that there i is no t traxe'mg! Fins can be kept happy

need 1 for further increases: in the price of milk at this: tip e. j if they arc moderately warm and j KILGORE SEED CO.
!i if their menu consists of sweetbread :
Thiis very much like the story of the man who bit Ithe moistened with water.

dog. It's news and in the case of the milk it is good news. | Shi'uld you want to fly flies in lj\-

A general moxement downward of prices has begun. Let ury liners the cost is one cert a BnED-I ITE SEEDS
us hope there will very soon be, a meeting of prices and II fly.

wages we shall begin to see the dawn of an era of I Pahokee Fla. Phone .1201:
Panama City Herald. prosperih'f) I Foresees 1,001\1. P. H.

I Weapons Radar Directed

BOSTON, MASS, Former Lt :!
i Gen James H Doolittle. asserting ,
/1i4! I planes now building "will fly very I'I'i I
; i shortly" at spi-rds, approaching 1.000 ,
miles per hour forecast recentlythat 1
i-I "the air xxeapons of the fu ;
t Fgvt ture" would be atomic propelled,
long range stratosphere rockets
speeding faster than soundprobably BASS FISHINGIs
with atom bomb warheads.
"Pilotless. wingless gyro stabilized -

_, rocket propelled air weapons
already have achieved speeds of Again On The Program
around 2.500 miles per hour and I II
r, s t ; -1Oaw ... I we may anticipate that the air weap-
ons of the future will also be radio Come in and See Our Stock of Fishing
controlled and radar directed." Doo-
c little said in a speech at Massachusetts Etiuipment Including
institute of technology's commencement -

"They will be capable of traveling Rods Reels Casting Baits '
great distances at supersonic ,
speeds, in the stratosphere, and will
probably have an atomic warheadand Hooks, Lines and :

Why INTERNATIONAL Truck ServiceTONMILE may even employ atomic en
ergy as a propulsive forc '"
-... I
Means ECONOMY Jap Ex-Army Officers

'\ Are Seeking Minor Jobs Both Hod and Fly Fishing and

Contact us if you're interested in truck ser. ice TOKYO, JAPAN Growing linesof Other Fishing Paraphernalia
job seekers, which include
excolonels -
that keeps trucks operating economical! Here's
who want any kind of work j
M by: including day labor, indicate that I
We plan Jour xvonk etlicicntlx. Our shopmen are the goxermrents: new economic j I SEE HOME: APPLIANCE WAKES
program:: is pinching the richest
even -
competent craftsmen. They find and ti\ little

troubles before they In-come: big; onis. The. have Japanese famIlIes Kxodo newsagency I j
declared recentlyThe | While in the store, just look aroundand
the skill and ill ilo .
\\ to thorough jobse daily of 'II
average! applicants at
\\ are part of the Intern( .itional rink en ice I the main Tokyo errployrrer.t o:
or.lnialtion.e haxe factorv-standard International . i I has reached 8no+ which is 16 tir-es have on our counters and on our
greater than d.ring te '
: and
I : war
partve hate spcxial( International ctjuipnitut ',, four: times the ;;vnl I figure in 3936, : for tcstinti, sersicing anJ I'llin.; the agency: sad:
Department !"n the Ilalcony.: China.
X> tuntait us for M.-IAU.I the j r :XN t.tT in the I A last: r-i":.te rush .f bux::-c: is

"language the truck ,'{X'r.ltI r uiv'!, '-ti:.'- i.'xs, under wax: as Japanese'tt.' -,' to Gli; : :waiv.; .Ainirii; l, aid Enaim'
beat the f'r t.irr..r. a:1
ton-mile Cl'mtHl1Thi'i verxat: axaujrU ;,'r i>!.u.r their Ware-;.
>OT. which they wl; tf a'lowed !-
D1.lkt.dl as International. to withdraw 11 rr,**."t'd

quant:yes The ,c."er.t'1.i.:1: a'.-
so clamp r.t"A" price..l"g -i Tcess.ties. ': -
fresh beds v..l b* at
about ore,herd!' of b.acit: n artet:
Phone 2-181: Pahokee. Florida prices and c.tner cor--. des at
ab-.'?: ore"a.fTv.e : ,
-.- --
!' Mate ''a.s authorized pur- MAIN STREET IIE f I.E GI.UIFl..,\.
.'has.> ,'f M !\d.ilf.41: :; a.-re. fr t"... ,
INTERNATIONAL w Suw'anee' River State Park to birht *

oou with state funds I

May 9. 1947 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Page Three

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lots of hearty laughter from my Processors Find Federal Barbecue Is EnjoyedC. :Mary Helen Hooks. Bonnie Miller

Cinematic old pal Billy House, who is really Mrs. Frank Wilson Mrs. Joe Parker -

funny in a big way. Inspection Pays DividendsFour P. Sunday School :Marion Stokes Mrs. \\.. P.
By Malcolm Millar
On the same bill comes "Songof ; ten-thousandths of a cent! I Pope. A. R. Harrington. Bill Johnson -

the Prairie" with Ken Curtis! ,. It's hard to imagine that small One hundred and fifty boys and N. E. Maxson .and the minister

You had better pad ). June Storey The Hoosier Hot- amount, but that's what food proc- girls men and women gathered: j, Rev. William T. Blair.

you attend the Prince Theatre shots from the National Barn essing companies estimate it costs ------

coming Sunday-Monday, for Dance and Andy Clyde in the star- them to pay for "continuous inspec- recently to celebrate the greatest Mr. and Mrs. George O. Schroder -
tion" in their plants. More than 100 ;year in the Sunday School of the
those days we are going to ring roles and a large cast of well plan to leave next week after
food packers think it's well worth Canal Point Methodist Church.
force the walls of the opree known radio and picture stars appearing spending the season with his
the price because they are able to The occasion was a Victory Bar-
against the rocking laughter in the show.
brother and sister-in-law Mr, and
the labels "Packed under
say on becue
given to the Sunday School
expect to roar forth from the double fea- :Mrs. R. J. Schroder, in Pahokee.
Saturday brings a continuous inspection of the U. S. department members by the Church Lay Leader -

tomers when they attend ture. First up is Johnny Mack of agriculture." Delma L. Hooks. The bill c? They will\ visit friends in St. Petersburg -

screening of "Two Guys in Federal in Clearwater. and Lakelandand
Brown and Raymond Hatton inspectors are on duty fare included
barbecued pork and
Milwaukee" on these above "Border Bandits", their usual ac- the plant at all times while food it their son and daughter-in-law.
slaw beans bread, and gal-
Dennis Morgan and Jack tionated Western story. being processed their work begin- :Mr. nad Mrs. George M. Schroder,
son are the male stars with ning when trucks of fruits or lons of iced tea. Games and swim- before
vege- ,in Chattanooga. Tenn.. returning -
Next up and loaded with laughs ming preceded the feast in which
Leslie and Janis Paige as tables are unloaded at the plant. to their home in Philadelphia -
leading ladies and S. Z. is "Blondie's Holiday" with Pen- The inspectors check on the condi- young and old "stuffed" them- Pa.

("Cuddles") Patti Brady ny Singleton, Arthur Lake. Larry tion and quality of the food whenit\ the fine food roastedin I ___.
Simms and "Daisy" bringing the the beside Mr. Hooks
arrives on the sanitary condi- parkway i
other well known
many The Pahokee Woman's Club is
excellent in laugh of the show in a screw ball tion of the plant the machinery the store in Canal Point. !
lending support
show you'll love. work and the of sponsoring a party and demonstration -
rooms cleanliness
The barbecue had been promisedfor
laughter slaughter.
Don't forget . The Razor's the workers. They also check on this time if the Sunday School in the clubhouse tonight at
TuesdayVMnesday :
Edge Is Coming! the food while it is being processedto : S p. m. The public is invited and
attendance averaged 100 for threeconsecutive
back memories of an era
See you at the movies-Mal. see how carefully it is handled. refreshments will be served.
Sundays. Only four i I
talking pictures were new
---- The job of continuous inspectiondoesn't
times in nine of the Methodist :
Broadway stars years
many stop with the sealing of the
their way to Hollywood and Mrs. D. L. Friend Is cans. The inspectors check on the Sunday School records has the

cess. The picture is "Dead when the 100-mark been broken, but in recent -;
C. Point PTA Head temperature cans go into
with Humphrey Bogart the cooker. Later when the cans months the average has been THANKYOU

Sidney and Joel McCrea as are stacked in the warehouse the well over 100 for twelve weeks. An

principal adult stars and Mrs D. L. Friend was installed inspectors take out sample cans to all time record of 134 on Easter

original Dead End Kids in president of the Canal Point Par;: test the finished product about one Sunday eclipsed the former record i I

roles. ent-Teacher Association at the can out of every thousand giving of nine years of 117. i i ,.

The picture was taken final meeting the current school them a sample check. N. V. Maxson is the Sunday ,,
term hf>Monday night in the For Electing Me To
School and he his
from the New York stage Superintendent
years back where it ran for school- auditorium. I been given the loyal support of all The City Council
I Other officer installs
new State Tobacco Tax
eral years to turn-away ; teachers and officers in the school

on Broadway taken to were D. L. Friend first vice president Revenues Show Rise I These include Mrs. ".. P. Jernigan.Mrs. .

: Mrs. Lofl Lence. sE'cond"ice T. \V. Mrs.V.. K. TERRY SELLERS
and made into a great ; Griffith
I president; Mrs. Arnold Rcnigjrs.secretary i State cigarette and tobacco taxrevenue i I
Thursday-Friday also is a I Buchanan Mrs C. L. Stuart Bet-
: A. Q. Howcll, treasurer! for 1945 totaled $164.200.000.::!
time for entertainment. On i;| tey Ann t'arIargi Adam 1 I IL'l IAlA01Ilil rI
and Mrs. E. E. Conner, historian. an increase of 8 3 per cent over 1944. i
nights you get yourself scared | In a report of the federation of taxI
Mrs.V. P. Jernican. past president I
in one show and laugh I administrators the spurt in sales
acted as installing; offiE'rand i .
sick in the other. I hope I i following the end of the war and !
I was presented with gift. All I I
run you away from the the imposition of higher tax rates in
incoming and outJningofficf'r* I' The l'ilni Ilearhen .Most 3Iilsi Store*
i Complete
First picture up is the I !, some states are listed as the rea- : I

mystery "Bedlam" with I were presented! ) with corsages and ( sons for the increase in revenue. : floes317i; U KST: PALM: IIF:.\('II triKJ Datura M. ,
Karlof and Anna Lee as the I boutonnieres by Mrs. F. :\Wilson, i A rise of 11.9 per cent in federal ; I

and a big cast of well known j past president. ,! tobacco tax collections for the year i
i Mrs- Charles Jones! retiring was also reported. The federal revenue -
tured players in support, '
president called upon chairman of I from this source in 1945 totaled HBi'u
by Billy House and Richard
ier. I' standing committees for reports of 937200000. bakeruJiccave

activities for the past year. Mrs. Although all states recorded an increase -
Said to contain a thrill to f>
Scruggs', retiring historian haves in cigarette and tobacco tax
frame I this show ,
am sure
an outline of the history of t>* returns eight states listed a Jumpin i
furnish! you with ample chills I of 10 j
revenue per cent or more.
local PTA.
The three states with the greatest I /
The group voted to continue
percentage of increase had raised I 2/
I <
= sponsorship of scout work in thecommunity.
their tax rates on tobacco during
HOW you cai buy. It was announced that I the year. Massachusetts headed
Mrs. Hattie Dix.son school cafeteria
I'I the other with increase of
states an Guaranteed Used Pianos
REPAIRS manager, will\ take a coursein 38.2 per cent. Florida showed an increase l..etIusic: Grace Thoroughly Reconditioned I

food and nutrition at Florida of 27.8 per cent and Con- I and refinished
Your Home With
. State College for Women Tallahassee necticut followed in third place witha I SPINKTTES u r lit z e r.

this summer the PTA to rise of 15.8 per cent. A Piano Designed Whitney Lyon and Ilealy.

. .. our GMAC assume her expenses while there. Winter.STL'DIOS.

The attendance award I
monthly : Monarch. Cable.
To Meet Your Particular -
CHRISTIAN was won bv Mrs. Marvel Griffith's' Venereal Diseases Take Howard.

I third grade room.Personal.
Big Toll in Blindness Needs GRADS: Kranich & Bach

I liardman. J. C. Fischer.
Syphilis and gonorrhea are among

Phone 2371 Items the major destroyers of sight and :\\" IMAXOS MIKKAI'IANOS: Baldwin I

these diseases are responsible for I Wurlitzer Kimball. I

approximately 15 per cent of blind- : Wurlitwr i

ness in the United States. Prices, Furnished I II
Mr*. J. V Chastain has returned There is close between I (iidliransenKranirh
a relationship A
On Inquiry r e
fro" a visit with her son in Atlanta prevention of blindness and A Bach ;

\ 'I Ga. the campaign to stamp out syr.hib. I ; Surprisingly '

WEST PAl M BEACH JacobYfEks of Canal Point is and gonorrhea which is being carried TKKMS:
MON.. WED. and I :\Ioderatc.
FRI.BE1.I.E ( \ i recuperating from an appendectomy on by the American Social Hygiene : I _
TUES. THURS. and.. i I performed at the Everglades association organization officials I

DR. L. S. Memorial Hospital on Tuesday.T. say. Of the 230.000 blind persons :
i - -- ---
Suite 301-02 Comrau R'.dp! I L. Burns and O. B. McClurattend in the United States it is estimated -I

Phone 3f50 West Palm Beach I *-*! a state church ..schoolmH'ting that about 34.000 lost their
sight as a result cf these diseases. I
in Orlando! on Tuesday.Mrs.
The importance of
this problemmay !
I A. R. Chastain entertainedat
I be realized from the fact that
: her home. Cypress Lodge! at !
about 60.000 babies are born with
Port Mayaca. Friday with a Iothfr' -
FARMERS I congenital syphilis every year. Most I
? Pay luncheon honoring her of them" develop a serious eye condition ,

INVKSTIi\TK: I.VKK I mother. Mrs. A1.. Pugh: Mrs.J. at same time in early life unless -

iNTOKrOtiA MlfK '.\ ;:\ j jlltOST I; L. Hall. mother <'f Mrs. M. V.P.igh they receive adequate medicalcare. For Muck

HKSISTAXT: : : Mrs Conally. mother of Mrs.J I Prospective mothers who I

\VATKK: (' ;? Chastain" and Mr.- flay hale syphilis can bear healthy children -,
I.\Uta: 01; SM: .\1.1. i Pnpletary: Mrs. J. II .Bordeaux. if prenatal ar.h-s- philltic.treat- ..

TKAtTS I'OK RENTX11 mother of Mrs. 0 H Chastain. rr.ent is administered in tune: ar.d Haulin

: \ . 1'\I:11FIa: \\ : .(' I M" .In.lIr!' Scott Ut-vnoUl. of a careful examination of a blc"d
test usually can determine the
T.i: ';5.h..t-o. v.Mt-.i i Mr!': presence -
Palm & Pine Land I cf syphilitic ,
1 I \\ P .1rrai a" afav.\ 'Iv \\h't' Loadingand hauling: charge ONLY

:s 1'irrle Sobrir.p -." :.. .,. t\a:1 I
n.-ruia ;:2O;() for ,1 yards.( No cnarjro' 1 foimuck.
T l I. pb! .'n.- Si-bring:: N% 1 Site of International Law

! Man Had Brick In His I The Hague Netherlands car lhl i oOFor) ,Loadingyou,. individual !-

where the new irti C"srt

Stomach For 1 10 Year.- ;I c* justice started its sets: r.<:. fien truckno charge for muck.'I .

f is called the birthplace! i.f rr- Bern

\.. ., . :.: > 'at. .: f T International law. The basc ':uiyc !

CHILLS & > .' t.t: hke i: ::. :.a.i a bru-\ ? law. "The R.r"s '.,f his muck overburden at th<- coun ,

- .-.a> h. Tn:.. feeling wa.t.i .- War and Peace." by: HiCf Or- !:':!:,
i is 1 furnished
tv rock pit and being
DUE TO ; : f- 1 s.ur.t'e: iar.:> .y at trr H ,.;'.f'.f' i

.-. > > ". .: -. .< I h.n:. H .-. -. :-:'- recalls: :N"iv. ; l tio.-e who wil ,
l"r! > : tr.t !I'1':1'llid': : : t I. cMiimtv! to :
; :
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C Bill McClenithan{
( .] S S! - .- . / "9T I
... : .. ;.. .- i . .
: ':. :h.. thty ij. ar.s. vwel u. ., -' Cal c : en -.

taAtalotai sLtiEiC'a : a-** fr+ ns stt.-ma* h. actr. *IURcs r. ;' '. r -- s of D.; ::. .- Pahok'jcFriday ..
liver and kidneys Miserable pepte .- tic l: -v -. '. Institute cf Ir.- \ -

jsoon feel different all
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Four The Everglades X=ivs. Canal Point. Florida
Friday. May 9. 1947

niuiirn OF ('HHI'TSCIEXTNT I Light Tones Harmonize Kowes Topic To Be !I Lair: Colonial mother. Mrs. C. A. t; Final Pahokee PTA

Shire: Pioneer mother. Mrs. R. F. ;
"ADAM AND FALLEN MAN"is : Best With Wall Papers \ "God's Ideal Woman" !
Hurt: Civil war mother. Mrs.Frank ; Meet Next
the subject of the Lesson-Ser : Light tones in wall and ceiling j __ Rozelle: Foreign mother Monday
mon which will be read in Churchesof paints harmonize best with wallpapers j At the :
Morning Service Mrs.
at 11:00A. C. A.
Major: mother of toil.
Christ. Scientist throughout the and water paints as well as M. The! Pahokee Parent-Teacher As-
at the First Methodist; Mrs. R. J. Simonson: World War
world on Sunday. May 11. with woodwork. Intense colors of Church in Pahokee j I"'><.iat.i.r. will conduct its final
special recognition mother. Mrs. L. W.
The Golden Text is: "As by: one some prepared paints can be light- Armstrong. mt t'tJof
will be shown the following Mother of the current school yearin
TodlY.lrs.: Robert
man's disobedience many were ened by adding white paint or by
:Mothers: of the the
church and Walker. hgh school auditorium
made sinners, so by the obedience adding a complementary color. Buy on
of one shall many be made right- the complementary colors as tubesof ci/ngregation. The youngest mother The Spirit of :\Iother!.ond. Mrs.D : Monday night at S p. m. with Can

eous" (Romans 5:19). oil pigment and mix the pIg- the oldest mother and the .W. Cunningham.lis.* Phyllis i' A. Moberg. retiring president.:

Among the citations which comprise ment with turpentine to add to the mother of the youngest child present. Belk. Pianist and Rt'C.. T. holding the gavel for the: lastI

the Lesson-Sermon L., the following paint for getting the desired tone. Also special recognition will ; Howe.-*. Director.Mr. I time. Newly elected officers will
he shown the couple! present who ;jhave --.---....
\Voud.vork and doors painted the be
from the Bible: "And the I installed and a musical program -
Lord God called unto Adam and color of the wall make a room appear been married the longest. and :Mrs.: Pete Chiviges left will be presented by the elementary
slid unto him. Where art thou larger, and also help take The Pastor will use as his sermon Wednesday for their summer hom school's Tonette Band.

And he said. I heard thy voice in notice away from any awkwardly subject "God's Ideal Woman". in Benton Harbor Mich., after --- -

the garden, and I was afraid, because designed woodwork or poorly placed :::pe'jal1uk:: by the senior choir. spending the season: in Pahoke:> | :Mr.: and :Mrs.: S. E. Gamma t>'

: I was naked: and I hid myself windows or doors. Paint is better The following will participate In where Mr. Chiviges was engage tin have taken into their home a baby
(Genesis 3:9-10)) for ceilings than paper as it has the Pagt'antlotht'r: of Amerira' the buying of vegetables. girl. Jana Celia for adoption. I
no and does not discolor as
The Lesson-Sermon also include : being presented at the First:
easily. Use water paint if cost of
the following from the Methodist Church on the evening;::;
paint is considered too high, but
... _
Christian Science textbook. "Sci Mother's Dav at 8:00: P. M. .rAH
even then remove paper first evenif
ence and Health with Key to the Bugler. Murray: Weeks: Flagbearers.
it is
in condition,
Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy: would show good and the paper as seams might Chandler Mcllwain and 1 From where I sit... Gf Joe Marsh

"Above error's awful din. black- crack after the water paint dries. I Jackie Thomas.

ness, and chaos, the voice of Truth To make paint last longer and to America Mr.Marshall Lair;

still calm: 'Adam. where art thou make cleaning easier, use paste I America's Attendants Misses
Consciousness!' where art thou wax on window sills space around Louise Hamilton. Jean and Loretta
Art thou dwelling in the belief door knobs and mouldings above Wilson Joy Padgett. Barbara Where's the Argument?

,-ilavo?:3 is in matter and that evil is baseboards. Wroten. Gwenette Reeves Dori

..,. mind, or art thou in the living Harper. Yvonne Fraser. Joyce
faith that there is and can he but Fields. Faye Cranford. Patsy Creel
You hou'd hate heard Ed buttermilk. Folks who'ye
Carey H'
His commandment -
one God keeping New Man-Made Fiber and Laurie Rogers.
?". (307:31-4). and Spike i Miller debating the ne>er tasted. beer will sometimes
- Expected to Be Stronger Memory. Helen Howes: Youth merits of (iuern.ejsersus. ho)- get mighty vehement about their
Ronold Stanley: The Girhood of
M. I. Keen. Duncan Padgett and Fortisan. a new man-made fabric America, Rita Faye and Annie iteinKd's our firechief.and Spike choice of H'rat"s.nd! folk

E. A. Jensen attended the Lions is expected to be the strongest Lee Hurt. Myra Lee Cruthird, handle hardware-but to hear 'who've never tasted:: buttermilk will

State Convention in Sarasota this material yet developed. Althoughthe Janie Hamilton Coral Snyder.: them argue)(lu'd hate thought that be equally pig-headed.!

week. textile is still being studied, Louise Hatton Dorothy Fields. De- tnt')'d been dairying for life. From \\here I sit. it's in things
it probably will find its first use in I
foundation garments. It would have lores Williams. Mary: Ann Howes Finally the put it up to Sam wo know nothing about that we

the advantage of nonshrinkage and I' and /ella Jones. Carter who lnii dairy cow! set bigoted and stubborn. But

would omit the necessity for the lin- The Bovs of America. David Sam hviiiA an.i haws . and concludes when it comes' to things we knowa

ings ordinarily needed in these gar- I Ramey. Donald Adams. Georgeand there'- Ivt to be akl for lot about, we're able to see both

Prince TheatrePahokee ments. They should wear excep- James Rozelle. Tinker Chris- IloI.-U'ir.s.l and about as much for sides! : . be tolerant! and reasonable

tionally well because of the unusual tam. Bobby Schrrder.: Charles('- Guto'>'$:: . take' >our pick! . and l above all, understanding.'

strength of the fortisan fiber. I Curdy. Chandler Mcllwain and Actually. I IM: and Spikv: were ;iJ.t'It'ajl't'
Florida Fortisan was made possible by a Tack Thomas. Ir
; ; arguing; about ->a>. bt-er
t tts
special chemical process which al- j TheIotht"rs of America p<> -

Week Of May 12 lows acetate fibers to be stretched ,j t" \'ing'ariouJ eras in life of the : I
to a very fine yarn This stretchinglines
ration: Puritan mother. Mrs. W.11
up the chemical molecules in C.p. r.r" /"/.". L nerd.'S luffs ISrtuer* Fourid' +

such a way that they have great at- ;
finity for each other, thus accounti/g
Sun.-Mon. for the extra strength. Research'is a gggmpEggiEgiJ
being done to find a method of weaving -
VlARNr : '''M1.RtFHITI! which will keep the yarns from
slipping at seams and other pointsof

t ,-.; Fortisan strain. was created during the '(

war for making parachutes which '

GUl3' ment.could lower heavy metal equip' Something New In AutomotiveUndercoating
'ROMJ 10tiA! i:
Freshen Tie I 1
Many ties may be freshened with !

a little sponging.:; The part most likely -
to be soiled is where the fold of ,
Tues.Wed.. the fabric comes under the chiil. [
Prompt sponging with cleaning fluid
and perhaps also with a cloth damp- j
ened in water may remove the soil. '
fAD END At this place also the tie is likely tw Have Your Car UNDERCOATED

become worn. If the tie is of sufficient -
length to allow for shortening Q to _
From the great*tage rb y.Sta rin the remedy for wear is to take up
the seam in the center a half inchor Li
aNHweuhre. so which will bring the worn Prevent Rustto
aura I.pooad! tl''ro-I
place under the collar and out of Li
si.;ht. If the tie cannot be cleaned '
or repaired for further wear as a S
tie. the fabric Li
may be used in
Thurs.Fri.. other ways as a bright, scarf for 0 Quiet Road Noisesto

a child a pocket handkerchief, a
belt by stitching onto still belting), -
ca- buttons or edging at neck and sleeves of a Protect Undercar Surface
,, dark dress. S
.. .. .
n+tw: .) J! I-!

.....IHII4+ U( This Casey's Will Puts

All His Money in Kitty
-ALSO- VIROQUA. There's one Casey Guaranteed Protectionfor
that didn't strike out. but did strike
it rich. Long ago Morton Shirks
11 found a starving kitten in a railroad
yard took it home and called it
OW&ty %
Casey. When Shirks died and his i
(f THE ,%( wsaarPMWeifa \ : will was executed' the eigbt-room

% house and yard furniture and alley H Life Of Your Car
1r-1 were bequeathed to Casey as longas H

U COIUMBIA. ..yyRr.,.u._:_ ; he lives. He is cared for by the .a'p
renter of the property. Leonard lI.1t.I I

testad. who deducts' Casey's current :
living expanses mostly for ham
burger) from the rer.t he pays I
FEATURE: Shirks' nieces the other two hers. EQUIPMENTFOR

2,250 Germans Dock With

order Bandit" I II 4,000,000 U. S. Cigarettes ,

I LONDON A shipload of : :50
Johnny Mack Brown German prisoners cf war arrived at 4 InPahokee-is.iun Chevro1ta

Raymond Hatton 1, Liverpool recently from the Ur.i'ed I

I States with 4 million cigarets-1.777:

-Also"Blndie's i per man in ther baggage A:: 2:171: 1 Clewiston S7Page

: American sergeant guard ?.-. a
Holiday" "Each prisoner was aUovied pegs T
al luggage up to 63 pounds These

Penny Singleton Arthur Lake lads crammed their: kt bags r .f Q
full cf clgarets they ottair. :
their camps"

May 9. 194;; The Everglades News Canal Point Florida
Page Five

Pageant Dates Are .i Augustine :ManIs I Lower Fares For i ji j Donkey Soft Ball :I that they'll see it played like it

June 1-2, St. Pete Jaycee Head I Airplane PatronsI I Ton10rrOEvening was never played before

I I -- ;i If you aren't going to be too

DAYTON ABFACH DAYTONA BEACH \\' I busy Saturday night along about
Official ilh: :nI -The lowest fares eve Many years ago there was held :
dates for holding the Miss Florida I Rollestor. executive-manager ni I offered n air transportation will in Pahuktre eight o'clock. just drop around to
a of soft
Pageant sponsored: by the Florida : Marine Studios and president orj go effect between eight Flo-- game donkey Baten in FuUl and take a look.
Junior Chamber of Commerce j the St. Augustine Jaycee club was I ida cities: served bv Eaternir Lai) Another game is scheduledfor \\.11 assure you that it will bo
have been minted to June 1-2 atSt. elected president of the Florida Lines if a tariff for'special roundtrip tomorrow Saturday( night ; well worth every: dime of admis-
Petersburg:; it W3! announcedhere 1( Junior Chamber of Commerce her (excursion rate filed recent I under the lights on Bateman Field sion.
last Saturday bv Bill Carter. !'last Sunday during the annual convention by F.AL is approved by the Civil on Bacon Point Road The game The plavernd"? well-trained
Committee Chairman. : of the State organization Aeronautics Board. i" scheduled to tart promptly at I donkeys throughout the entire

At a business m'etinghE're during Delegates at the meemg selected The new summer rates, which 8 p. in.The r i gamE'lhe only time they aren't
the 2">th annual convention of Miami Beach as the site for the will be effective until September Pahokee Lions club remembers I astride the donkey is when they
the tate Jaycee organization annual convention in 194S 15. are 2:>.6 percent to 316 percent what fun was had bal: : "'e a* hat. After that they mount
Cater explained that the former District vice-presidents selected lower than regularly established -' those participating the game ,I "e l n 'i-ed critter! and trto.
dates for the Miss Florida Pa<"e- I wereV. A. Leonard of Pensacola round-trip fares and in man years! ago and live chal- l| get them to go to first base.
ant which had been set for late William H. Chandler of Games many cases are lower than surfac:* lerged the Belle Glade Lions to a I ----
in the first week of June would ville Bailey O(lum of Sanford. transportation game Saturdav nisht There w-H Mrs Ed Forbes and daughter.
interfere with graduation exercises Graydon Jones of Fort Mvers, The eight Florida cities which be a small admission charge but i Fntzie were week end guests of
at many high schools and colleges Jack Delinv of Key \\est, Robert will benefit from these low fare lovers of soft ball can be assured i Mrs J. \\"_ Barrett

throughout Florida and a Tylander and Jack Moore of \\'est are Tallaba==ee, Tampa. Miim.
chance was necessaryThe Palm Beach UestPalmBeach, Vero Beach, O--
Pageant Committee selected Bill Rosier of St. Augustine was lando, Jacksonville and Daytona j aoiggy ( ,!l nllnnnllt nrM M v .r-\"f'''''' '.{\';:c

Tune 1-2 as official dates for holding named national director and Robert Beach. f
te !"tatp-whlp beauty contestto J. Bishop of Orlando, retiring Captain Eddie Rickenbacke'-. I HERBERT'S Fine Clothes For f|

choose! Miss Florida of 1947 so state president, wac nominated ac president of EAL pointed out that !
Men and Women
that event will serve as a glamorous the Florida candidate for vice- these new low rates will enable! ,
gesture of welcome for more presidency of the United States Floridians to visit and enjoyoth- TAILORED TO MEASURE i!

than "iOO of the nation's best Junior Chamber of Commerce. er of the states:: cities and scenic I Han Your Ladies' Clothe Tailored !
known editors and columnists who attractions!' at prices within their _
P.y A Man's Tailor
mil he arriving in St Petersburgfor J. Parke- Angus Miller reach. j t' { I
the annual convention of the These new low fares should po! -
were business visitors in Jackson-
O'ltdoorVriter Association of ville several days this week.I ularize air ravel as never ht'fore.I j I t AL BELCHERBOX i ii
Amenci The new air excursion rates will J t
Preliminary contents; ire nov I have a 30 day return limit, permitthe I 876 PAHOKEE r,
being conducted b\ Jaycee clubs I usual 40 pound baggage allowance "- I g

and other civic organizations in and will apply to travel either J i' 'VIInl.i'nUnlIT1""v?-- .. .,.ToaosiMSEQSSSMaaMssjiJPIANOS ...
many cities throughout the State II I Classified Ads on twin-engined 21 passenger I
to select conestants:; who will be Rilverhners or the four ined'
sent to "t. Petersburg to competein I --- 56-passenger DC-4 Silverliners ant .
the Miss Florida Pageant June PI'BLIP Stenographer. Mrs Van will be effective on a non-reserva- : JEWELRY MUSIC
: J. York at Everglades Discount
I tion basis.
1-2. The girl who is selected a9
Mica:! Florida of 1<\47 will be sent Company in new \\ roten Buildingon --- I
I Bacon Point Road in Paho- '. W. RASHLEY
by the Florida Jaycees to Atlantic
kee tf Mrs Geo B. Ramey and daughter : I :
City next Rent ember where she
--- JEWELER Belle Glade, Fla.
- - -- --- Phoebe Ann returned Sunday -
will enMnete with other state winners I E"EUGI.UF.nOrSt- : OF !
'I from West Hartford, Conn.. where
in the Miss America Pageint BEAUTY i
they were called last month by the
-------- All Phases of BeautyCulture GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY
illness and death of Mrs Ramev'ssister.
Florida senators don't like their I Phone 4292 I
I Miss Mildred ilhamson
new senate chamber and a num- Lake Shore Drive Canal Point I i;
I __ __ ,
ber have expressed a desire to return '
to the old chambers Acous- SEPTIC tanks and grease traps _
tics in the new chamber are poor cleared and repaired "hone : r
and the air-conditioning unit has 3872. Bob Douthit, Pahokee. M17c b !
- --- -
not given satisfaction IIOINK I'MNTINO: see John i
---- iI
Chandler a veteran, Pahokee. I iI
Mrs \V H. Vann and Mrs J. Fla. MajSOp
M Elliott returned to their horna .- -
after spending two weeks in Her- FOB S.\MFour room semi-mod i
dersonville, N. C. I ern home, price reduced to
$1750 Dan Carpenter, Phone 2571 ;
A. J. Gamot

A A 4AWI. ('IIKMIC E'd'al'e -seats\\ ,LD cracked repairs cracl Diesel

heads cracks in cylinder wall,
car blocks and heads Bring t
The Razors work to Komer Blacksmith
Takes This Opportunity To
Shop Pihokee Fla. July 4.
'- O/1Ji/J"'" OFFICE FOU RENT the
in new
., g Express Appreciation To
Wroten Building Phone 4231 in
Pahokee StM ch

PRINCE THEATREPahokee CIIt"RCII-Baptist church nrninxG building for in -Paho-sale I Citizens of PahokeeFor

kee for sale and removal from
Florida present lot. Send bids to C.

..... Batchelor in PahokeeSOMETHING A'j
..rI .IJII"l"'lDR.
>Kin automotive Their Splendid EffortIn
circles. Visit our undercoating'
department. Stops rattles squeaksand

C. E. CREEL rusting Christian Chevrolet Electing Him As A
Phone 2371. Pahokee.. M9chst
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EASTER lilies for your Mother's I
BEGINNING JUNE 1 Day bouquet Mrs D. D. Cau- .

THROUGH SEPT. SO. dill Phone 3701 Pahokee. -ItrNT Member of the Council
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Office Hours \\.\ HISTORIC D.\T.\
The University of Florida is interested -
8 a. m. to 12 Soon Only .
in early history of the I
CLOSED :ALL DAY OXEXCEIT Lake Okeechobee Region Anyone

Wf'dnt'Nlay S Sunday about having'this paper area in or early manuscripts days is I +()()+.: )':'

asked to get in touch with the P
I K. Yonge Library at Gainesville
I -.1

: I II I deeply appreciate the wonderful vote you gave me in Tuescla -

I Trees Vines Shrubs Citrusof II I I \ '> election when you chose me aa member of the cuncil. I

all sizes and varieties for I aure you that I am sincerely thankful for jour consideration. I

your Selection.I.ANISCAI'ING. : shall work wholeheartedly and cooperative! with other council

member for a bigger and better P ..hokl"I am at your -crvnce..

Please: feel free to call on me as one of your elected official I shall)
a>- you like it. \\\ are organized and equipped to doa

thorough}. job trom plans to completion of planting: always work for those things which will make our community

more prosperous and its citizen happier.

.A- always. \ ou are

welcome at nul't"K'tHn -.\. J. (;.\MOTFriday.

: =-...: 1100 southern B .It.outt'J 25 at

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Six The Everglades News. Canal Point Florida Friday. May 9. 1947


Mission Study Is Harry Cunningham and"a e Weeks McCartyMiss
Scott Hundley.Mrs. .

Planned By WSCS A. D. Beverly,
program I Venera Weeks daughter of
Dr. A.
chairman, introduced Mrs. I. M. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Weeks of Can- Wilhelm Jr.
Members of the Pahokee Methodist -
Lair who presented a bouquet of al Point became the bride of Walter -
Woman's Society of Christian Optometrist -
flowers to Mrs. W. H. Lair for be- H. McCarty, son of Mr. and
Service at a meeting in the church Mrs. W. T. McCarty .also of Can- Examined
Eyes Glasses Fitted
ing the oldest member of the local ,
Monday afternoon made plans to al Point, at a double ring cere-
conduct a spring mission study organization.Mrs. mony held in the Canal Point Baptist EVENING APPOINTMENTS FOR
Ed Cushman reported that Church Sunday at 3 p. m. OUT OF TOWN PATIENTS
course this month. The topic of
the church will be readyfor with Rev. Don Pinson. of-
nursery pastor
the study course will be "Christ Mail In Your Broken Glasses
opening on June 1. Mrs. H. J. ficiating.The .
ianity and Racial Problems. The
course will consist of four class. Anderson gave a report on the church altar was banked For Prompt Repair ;
WSCS State conference which she
room sessions, two to be held next with palms, fern, Easter lilies and
attended recently in Daytona 212 N. ANDREWS AVE. PHONE 192 !
week at the church on Tuesdayand Queen Anne's lace. Miss Eliza-
Beach local delegate.It FT. LAUDERDALE FLA.
Wednesday nights at 7:30( as a !
was announced that a WSCS beth Barnes of Lake Worth cousinof
o'clock and two more classes to
subdistrict meeting will be held the bride, sang "I Love YouTruly"
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be held the following week. -- --- -
28 and and "Because accompanied '---- -
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in Belle Glade on May ----- - - - - -- -'
Mrs. C. A. Shive Mrs. Ralph
Mrs. I. W. Weeks and Mrs. J. M. by Miss Dorothy Chastain.
and Mrs. E. L.
Pope wel'P.presented
Elliott were asked to make arrangements pianist, who also played the tra-
with WSCS life membership for transportation for ditional wedding march. 4 s s b.. s s s s hhh. pins and bouquets of glad- : r * r r r r t r r r r r ,
to attend. Given in marriage by her father .l.
local wishing
ioli. Mrs. D. W. Cunningham ani: .
Mrs. Lloyd Hundley were presented Plans were made to honor new the bride wore a pastel blue i.:: CAMERA ENTHUSIASTS .:..
tea to be held at: gabardine suit with white accessories "
with WSCS child life member- members at a e THE CAMERA CENTER .:.
and a of white .
the home of Mrs. L. L. Stuckey corsage
ship certificates for their sons, "
later this month. gardenias.Miss 4:. is now equipped with a repair department. All work 'Yy
Mrs. J. R. York spiritual life Myrtle Smith of Canal .:0. will be promptly done by experts familiar with all s"aa
chairman presented a devotional Point was maid of honor and r. makes of domestic and foreign cameras. ::

program based on "The Lord' James Weeks brother of the bride 4. OFFICE EQUIPMENT :

I cluded Prayer.with" The three program readings was by Mrs.D. con.. was best man.Following the. ceremony a reception s c r> HALSEY & GRIFFITH, INC. c>>

> D. Caudill. was held in the social hall I.X. 313-15-1 Datura St. Phone 3883Vitamin <>
- -- I of the church with \frl. Robert R. {: WEST PALM: BEACH, FL.1, .Io
Barnes of Lake Worth, an aunt r
.I.r I BPW Club Met + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
of the bride presiding at the q ae as os >s >s >sj>< >< >s >< a< ae >s >< ae >s as >s >sa>ss>s'as.>
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I With Mrs. DuBoseThe I bride's book : Miss: Elizabeth
Barnes at the punch bowl with

I Everglades Business and j Mrs." Riley M Barnes assisting.

I Profes..cional'oman's Club met I After a brief wedding trip t., ,I

sfing equipment.We f Tuesday night at the home of the the east Coast the couple will .1
are fully qualified i I president, Mrs. Tommie Lee Du- ![ make their home in Canal Point.
o seryice all standard j Bose. Mrs. McCartV i"o graduate of I i
magnetos. Ilo.llogellizet'i
Reports were given on the I Pahokee Rich School. Class of ;

PAST, RELIABLE I B&PWC district meeting held recently 1946.Ir.. McCarty received h's II II,i i
in Fort Lauderdale and the education at the high school in i 11

installation of officers of the Bell Eastman.!" Ga.. and is new Milk I II II
Dave ri took man'sMachinery i Glade Club which local members elated with the Independent aSSO-1 Ii I

V Sales and attended as guests. ance Company here. I I III
amendments to the '
U Proposed ---- I'o-
Repair Service
club constitution were discussed. I U

Phone 113WCLEWISTON. Refreshments were served by Mrs. One HundredIen: II! AVAILABLE AT YOUR
DuBose at the conclusion of th-j > II
FLORID business session. Wanted In Bible ClassThe I GROCERY STORE I

i iI iIj
Men's Bible Class of the I I
First Methodist Church Pahokce Ij -0.0I -
i extends a cordial invitation to the I
I men of the community to come I

with them this Sunday in helping i
I them to achieve their goal of one LFACREAMERY Ii

hundred men in the class. The attendance -
has been good, but thereis
I I r room for improvement. This CO

Sunday the men have invited as

their truest for the day the Victory Phone 20 Belle Glade Fla.
A Servant of the Glades I Class, composed of the ladies of ,

the church. Rev. C. T. Howes,
teacher of the Men's Class has invited -

ToMiami I Mrs. R. J. Schroder, teacherof
4 Buses the Victory Class to be teacherof
To West Palm| Beach I the two clashes for the joint lesson -

Daily To Ft Myers & Lakeland 1 I next Sunday.


Glades Motor Lines Inc. I,| This Sunday-night at the Training p

rninn hour of seven at the Ay
SERVING THE GLADES" First Baptist Church of p
keeping with the theme of the ,
Peek, "Fa mil\" "'e k." all entire .r y

resident families will receive i ii

i) special recognition with extra

;, special attention to the largest
i 1 family presen All will be awarded ;
1 accordingly Mrs \\'. M Du- GET GUARANTEEED
nOSf' the Dirertnr. will conductthe

I program

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:May 9, 1947 The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Page Seven

Another Harvest Is I| vest festival at a coronation ceremony -I "The Razor's Edge"Booked i C'lIlUSTI.\X CHEVROLET :Mrs. Stuart Presents
held at sugarland park audi- ERECT :SEW BUILDING
Ended By Sugar Co. | torium. I At The Prince WSCS Program Tues.Mrs. .

Queen Louise Kettl and Kink Raymond Christian announcedthis
CLEWISTOX --- Celebrating the i Willard Doty were crowned to I U'e have just received word week that he has given Geige ; C. L. Stuart presented a

completion of another very successful : rule until the 1948 Festival. The frem the management of the 1 Lumber Company the contract to I j program on "Home and Foreign
harvest season .employees King and Queen both employeesof I Prince Theatre that they have build a body and paint building.;: Missions" at a meeting of the
and officials of the United States the Corporation were selected been fortunate obtaining h>x kings |11!:18 new building is to be erected
Sugar Corporation laid aside their : by vote of their fellow employees. for "". Somerset Maugham's 1 i on the old York property the: : Canal Point 1t"thodi5tY4)man's
labors last weekend on the occasion I Runners up in the election.: Helen I mystery story "The Razor's Edge" i rear of the present Chevrolet : Society of Christian Service at
: of the sixteenth annual har- Dammer and Ann Clarke J. J. and it will be screened at the: I building) It is designed to be t-i-: the home of Mrs. Harold Rosen-
Prince Theatre at an early date. most serviceable!" of its kind.
I Kettle and H. T. Frierson. servedas i berg Tuesday: afternoon. Mrs. Kendrick -
attendants for the No picture in the last few year Mr. Christian: stated that he had l
Royal couple.Benny
j Buchanan was in charge of
: ;; has received the publicity this remarkable just completed construction ct i
l1. It; ;Jl :0'.7r Prewitt, son of W. C. the devotional
I play has been accorded a ;$35.00000 Chevrolet Building in
of the
vice-president The voted to assume as
"Thi Week" "Redbook". "Look". Clewiston and that his objective: is j I group
11 SEEM tIE\ FOLKS 13, Corporation in charge of A gr.- projects the sending of a box ol
"Life. and leading newspapershave to see that his customers are given
ALWAYS IN A H'JRRV cultural Operations. was the page.Following C'1othingto Europe for overseas relief -
j the best automotive service.
carried stories of the picture
1 .'4CW-A-DAVS BACK the coronation whit I the refinishing of the par-
the author and Tyrone Power th. --- -
members of their families
' employees floors and the renovatingof
WHEN I WAS A GOV WE I and dates danced to the musicof male star who is making his bow 1'lIOKtEI'TIST CHURCH the church windows.

. J E2' SfARttO the Sugarland Seranaders. This to the screen after many months Ten mothers will receive special I Mrs. W. Pratt Pope gave a report -
I SO HER.I service for his count '. recognition at the eleven o'clock
; ball has been for years the greatest on the WSCS State confer-
I ; social event in the Glades. Gene Tierney is his leading ladv. sen."icethis. Sunday, First Baptist ence in Daytona Beach which she
Festivities began at two o'clock with John Payne Anne Baxter. Church of Pahokee. in keeping:: attendeJ recently a delegate
; Clifton Webb and Herbert Marshall with the thought of the day. Moth _
in the afternoon with barbecues from the Canal Point unit.It .
for employees and members of in the principal supportingroles. er's Day. The ten will be divided was announced that Mrs.
The Prince Theatre management into two classes five who an?
their families with more than ",OOf) James ltillt.'ril1 be hostess at
peopleserved.. 3.000 pounds of announces the picture will members of the church and five! the June meeting.
beef were consumed a hundred have an early screening the who are not members. These in
gallons of brunswick stew an t above theatre. turn will be honored as follows. --- -
: comparative quantities of salad -- --- youngest, oldest mother of th:? Offices of the InterAmericanCenter

. :' ice cream cake and lemonade.A The work stoppage of some 600 nost children the one whose birth- of Florida were tnbveJ
.. i I Ii. special dinner was held in the employees!' of the Seaboard AirLine ;lar? :is furthest array and the one? from Jacksonville to St. Augustine
i. _:. .' .... .." various plantation mess halls for Railroad shops at Jacksonville nearest Pahokee. Musical selections recently and occupy a building to
the foreign laborers. was ended last Saturday and commensurate with the occasion be erected by Senator Walter B.
If you've neglected your car in This celebration closed!, a sugar normal operations resumed on II i will be presented by Th" Fraser adjacent to the Oldest
the NOW to
past. season which despite the general I Monday of this week it was announced Ladies Quartet and The Male House. The center is operated under -
take care of it. Cars are price- freeze in February, came close to by E.t'. Rogers, chief i I Quartet. The pator will preacnon the sponsorship of the Florida
leess possessions . rely on duplicating record season of mechanical officer of the Seaboard. J| "Marv the Mother of Jesus." State Chamber of Commerce.
1913-46! ; more than a million gross::
COMPANY for service that '
tons of cane were ground producing -,
will conserve your automobile.A '
174709.925 pounds of com-
complete check up for yourlfother's
car would be a mucn mercial sugar, during the 18S day
appreciated Mother's Day gift. season. The last car dumped into %
the hoppers at the mill at 9-15
Tuesday morning and hthat
nisrht crews hid begun the sum-
LAKE SHORE mer repair program.

Mr. Duncan Padgett i is!'; th"
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Tulle in Brndenton this week
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! Barbecued Ribs to Carry Home renowned thousands see annually were taught hOW., Enjoy I Florida's I i

1 Colonial chsldren educational,
1i i Barbecue Sandwiches Quaint. charn g. sigm\-

I international ..' den
E! Chicken In A Basket and of Oldest \repeat Famous
cane the'S ...ort.h
f Give Us A Trial! You'll Be Back cd viSits.
I Regional I BeerWorth

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- JAX Florida's* great regional beer, which is

brewed e. |>eciallto please u..lh..a..h.rn
I tastes.! Whenever you "ant superb arm- O

Authorized Dealers leather refreshment. ask for mellow cooling -
. JAX. the Drink of rrietuUhip.) You ......',
I WISCONSIN AIR COOLED ENGINES buy better beer no matter what jou pay-.

NEW PORTABLE WELDER. Enabelinjr ua to

: do any kind of Steel Construction at any place you rci l Y 1 ,i,
betty Orat hat
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I Shelley Connell


Page Eight The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida Friday. Slav 9. 194

Veterans Benefits :Morris MockMrs. Blair AnnouncesHis 1 Thursday and Friday to attend th" fact that Florida's seven million
Pre-Conference Meeting: of the M'- acres of protected woodlands hav
Deadlines NamedWord Phares Davis Elarbee of Sermon TopicThe I ami District ministers of the an annual growth valued at S10.-

Pahokee announces the engage- Methodist Church. The report of 500.000 while on double that area
was received from the theme of the Worship church life and outlook whichhe
ment and approaching: marriage of Morning our 'of unprotected land the value is
Veterans Administration that her daughter, Mrs. Phara Elarbee Service of the Canal Point shall give at that time is of the only $3.500.000. shows the dollars
there are but a few days left for Mock, to First Lieutenant James Methodist Church at 11:00 A. M. !; most heartening nature for our I value of such a program to Flor-
veterans to apply for several benefits will be I church has made
Edward Morris of Sacramento, a sermon by the minister I great progress in ida citizens.
to which they are entitled. Thz Calif. Rev. William T. Blair entitled I II j the past year.Expect The great demand for forest
deadline on these benefits: The bride-elect is a member of I "The Keeper of the Door" honor- .. products makes forest protection
July 1, 1947: Application for the faculty of the Pahokee High ing America's Motherhood. Special : Forests To and development no longer a problem
$1600 automobile, tractors, trucks, School where she teaches Englishand Mother's Day music will\ bring its j -it is an opportunity.
or other farm equipment, for leg Latin. Lt. Morris served I beautiful message of love to thecongregation. Be Protected .- -

amputees. overseas with the Eighth Air The Mother's Day Mrs. A. D. Beverly and sons.
July 1, 1947: Veterans discharged Force during the war and at pres- theme will carry over to the even- NEW ORLEANS-Aroused by Max and Don left this week for a
on or after May 12, 1945. may ent is stationed in Florida but will\ nig service at 7:30 when the min the ruthless burning of their forests visit with her mother in Forsyth.Ga. .
enlist in Enlisted Reserve Corps in ister will\ speak on "A Great Wom
return to California late this summer southern states are beginningto They were accompanied by
same grade held at time of dis an" the Bibical account in
from sufficient funds for the who will visit her
to assume his duties as instructor provide Mrs. E. L Pope
charge. II Kings "And it fell on a day, that of
the and
and librarian in protection development brother in Atlanta.
August I, 1947: Reinstatementof Elisha came to Shunem where Forest
Army Air Force School. I their forest lands. American -
term National Service Life Insurance The wedding is scheduled to take was a great woman." I Products Industries Inc., reported -
without physical examInation -I place in June. It is our hope that as many I I this week.
. whole families as possible will sit I Arkansas is the latest southern
August 1. 1947: Veterans may rELODI.STER.. AT :NIGHT together in these services that the state to finance a program for Dr. R. Y. Creech Jr.
apply for waiver of insurance premiums Sunday night at the eight o'clock family circle may be complete as state-wide forest fire protectionand ,
to which he had been entitled service First Baptist Church of we hnoor Christian womanhood.The forest management assistance -
since August 1. 1946. Pahokee The Melody Masters of Men's Class of the Sunday Clyde J. Baser southern Optometrist
September 1. 1947: Terminal Tampa, one of the south's leading School is undertaking the task of manager for the AFPI stated.
Leave Pay ,Application Must Be male quartets will present a con- keeping our Sunday School attend The forestry: appropriation made PHONE 371
In. cert. In honor of the theme of the ance at a sustained high level by the far-sighted Arkansas Legislature -
The Service Officer is in Belle day "Mother", many of the selections during the summer months thus this spring is six times New Elsberry
Glade or/Monday, Wednesday, and In the work of the
\ will be sung accordingly. keeping up good larger than any previous sum allocated -
Fj4 AV 'from 8:30 toI:30. up- anticipation of the overflow congregation past year in which all attendance for forest protection and Building
.- stairs in the City Hall and in Pa- the seats will be so arranged records for our church have been development in that state. I
hokee at the Citv Hall on Tuesday as to accommodate the broken. i I The Florida State Forest Service
Thursday and Saturday from situation. All mothers will I* Next Thursday, May 15. the has prepared a similiar progressive I Belle Glade, Florida
8:30 t o5:00. pre't'ntedth tokens of appreciation Prayer Meetings will resume: with I i i program and submitted it to
in recognition of God's great: the long awaited discussion on the I II 'I the Legislature now in session. Mail in repairsor
Mrs. Max D. Ammons has re- i i blessing to mankind, "Mother." history of the Churches of Christ i I I Florida has the largest forest are
turned home from a visit witn ; I and the origin of the denominations .,: in the South and i is second only I
her father, R. Lowder, in Mr- j I. S. Guthrie returned home this as well as the drive for : to Oregon in the nation. Florida
I replacements
Clenny Fla.. and with her brother week from Georgia where he spent I church unity. :1: also has the worst forest fire record -
Rufus Lowder in Homt tviUe, Ga. two weeks with relatives The minister is in Miami on of any state in the union. The I
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V SUITES house. We (10, however, offer attractive

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