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:
May 16, 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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newspaper ( sobekcm )
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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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Sanitary WorkerTo Another Cooperative County Board Aids

County Road DealAt

Enforce LawsInTownofPahokee Farmers In FightTo
a meeting of the Belle Glad v
City Council Wednesday night another -
cooperative county road deai Preserve Dist.Palm
worked out between
was the council -
and County Commissioner Paul
0. L. Flynn, who recently went Rardin. The road to be rebuilt is CL4 Beach (county asked the
to work as sanitary and plumbing the one running from the BelIe legislature Monday to continue operation -
inspector in Pahokee. this week Glade airport across to the icy tIp ofr of the Everglades Drainage -
issues some timely hints to home plant which was used as a detou- district commission to prevent -
owners. Mr. Flynn's list of hints while the boulevard from the the district becoming a "dust
appears below: bridge to the packing houses was 1 1947 bowl" A bill is now before the
The time of year that Polio be- constructed.The legislature designed to abolish the
comes most prevalent is rapidly City of Belle Glade agreed district.
approaching. There are many Wednesday night's meeting to PAHOKEE HIGH SCHOOL At request: of CommissionerPaul
things that You. as a resident can furnish the rock for the road from Rardm of Canal Ponit. back-
do that will minimize this hazardto the city rock pit and pay $1.770 Phyllis Belk Dorothy Chastain ed by a delegation of some 5t)
a great extent and at the same for the oil and slag surface. The Ruth Cochran Vivian Combs representative E\'rglader9. the
time make Pahokee a much more county will put the county drag Lawrence Connell Rodney Connell (county board adopted a resolution
desirable: place in which to live. line in the city pit. dig the rock. Thomas Dickson Bill Elam against the bill to abolish the
1. A good general clean-up of furnish trucks to haul it, use other diet net
Harry Wilber Geiger
jour premises. Gather up a.l county equipment including the Abolition of the district "would
Agnes Graydon Lynn Home
weeds cans bottles paper bull dozer and grader to build tin work severe and undue hardship
etc.and place in a container load Rardm said work will start John Hatton Ed Howell upon this county and its vast
accessable to the trash collecting Ona Humphries Elmer Justice agricultural industry. while continuance -
trucks. soon.A mile of road in the Pahokee Edna Kautz James Latham and smooth operation
2. Put all garbage in a proper area is nearing completion under ConnieIarshall Raquel Mindlin of said district would enhance
garbage can equipped with a tight the cooperative plan whereby the Peggy Moberg Lois Morgan plans for flood control water control -
fitting fly proof lid. city and landowners stood a partof Irvin Maloy Ann O'Connell oil conservation wildfile.
3. Do not throw trash or gar- the expense of construction. Billy Rawls Milton Salvatore roads and also aid in protecting
bage in drainage ditches or canals. --- Charles Stokes Betty Ann Sears human life" the: resolution stated
4. Have your septic tanks checked. "Abolishment of the district
J. E. Spooner Frank Tillis
It has been observed with some Machine Shop Has would eventually make a dust bowl
David Thomas Hu Watson
that number of millions of
concern a great of the . section '
septic tanks in the City are in a New Jean Wilson Mary Ruth Wilson dollars in drainage and irrigation
deplorable condition. The drainsare ManagementIn Cecil Williams Betty Enfinger equipment! would be rendered

clogged, the tops not sealed, worthies, thousands of people now
which causes them to overflow. consummated gainfully employed would be
a yesterday Synagogue PlannedFor
This causes offensive odors in the the Canal Point Machine Inman Weeks Buys thrown out of work" it added The

immediate area, and the gatheringof Works is under new hands after Glades SectionA resolution stated that operation of
myriads of flies. If your septic being operated for several years Waring Crate Deal the district bv county commissionsof
tank needs attention have it done the 11 affected counties wouli
by W. R. Shackford with the assistance number of Jewish families liv- "
at once. of his three sons. Bill. ing in the Glades met recently a: "entangle drainage plans to the
5. See that kitchen sinks have a Frank and Bobbie. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nocatee-Manatee Crate company point where efficient and effective
proper vent drain into a sealed Mr Shackford has leased the Rabin to plan organization of anew materials in the Lake Region will water control would be next to the
grease trap. Several have been machine shop equipment and church. be distributed by Inman Weeks in impossible:*
noted with drains emptying directly building to Fred" Hickerson and C. A survey revealed approximately the future as the result of a deal This board stands ready togo
on the ground either under, L. Stuart Mr. Stuart has work- 50 Jewish families residing this whereby he purchased Ben S all out in effort to halt any
or outside the building. This is edith Mr Shackford for many area and Belle Glade was named Waring's crate concern in Canal plan that would make a dust bowl
strictly against City and State years and is one of the finest machinists as the site for a nagogue. Albert Point. Mr. Weeks will take active of the agricultural area" it added

Sanitary regulations, and shouldbe in South FlorIda. He will Goldstein is sen.'ingas secretaryfor charge of the business on July 1, -'-- -----
corrected as quickly as possible continue operation of the shop I the survey. he told this newspaper esterdayMr ,
The City Inspector: invites anyone Another section of the'shop x\il \\'aringo'ra tt'd the crate
to consult with him and will be operated as a tractor automobIle | -r. --- material business for many years Baptist Revival
furnish data in regard to the requirements and trick repair shop b' and built it into an outstanding:
necessary for hte correction Angus Miller and Joe (Dodo 'I Coe Will AddressPahokee concern Since he and his family Opens Monday EveThe
of the above mentioned Parker both residents of Canal: I left last year for Madison where

conditions, Point and for many years connect-i i '47 Class j they now make their home, he his
Inspector Flynn has been clothed department been weekly and conducting of the
ed with the mechanical repair i returning Rev John Courtney
with full and complete authority of the sugar company I I the business with the abl South Knoxville iTennl Baptist

by Pahokee's mayor and council at Azucar Both men are well |I Charles Frances Coe, editor and assistance of George RamevMr Church will be the evangelist for
and will enforce the sanitary trained and have years of experience '! publisher of the Palm Beach Pos Week has been with theI the Canal Point Baptist Church In
code of Pahokee to the letter behind them thus aesurms and Times will deliver the addressto I Kilgore Seed Company for 15! ito annual revival mt'f'tlngtJf'-
Stringent enforcement is nece!'- the public of an efficient and outstanding the 1947 Iraluating'lass of years and at the time of his resignation ginning Monday May 19th. and
can in order to get some of tho service not heretofore Pahokee high school on the nightof i( he earned the title ofsupervisor continuing eachning at eight
filthy pots cleaned) up it has 1 of stores" He has a
available in Canal Point Mar :2 Q. according an announcement o'clock through Thursday
been printed out by official circles In the hml.lincn..t door to the by Principal D DCaudill i Wide circle of friends in the Lake 2"th Rev Courtney romesto Can-
) machine shop Mr Shackford ani Region who will wish him !successin al Point as one of the South'
--_ ----- mechanic. E P. wi.l his new venture He !" we.l; well being in
a Wright j i Mr Coe is one fo Flondi mo!"table leading pastors as a*
Mrs James II Wilson and children continue operation cf the Canal ,: speaker therefore, membersof ar'quamtE'dth the growers in wide!'" demand as an evangelistHe .
left Saturday to join Mr Wil- Point Garage which Mr \\'rig-lt' the Iraduatingt'lails and pi-: thus area so It will Un.> effort at i!' a graduate f If the Srnitheri
son who for the past several weeks has been operators; for more than : irons of the school are assured! of all fir hipHI crate material Baptist fmmarv THM 15. and is
has been rrpnv-ontine! the Kaswest two \ear i iDurns 'I an interesting, educational and en- -- -.- ore of the host qualified mn tha
Prodme Company in the :New Or- : and !wno' the war MrPhackford . tertamme ad-Ires when Mr COo:' One Hour For Lunch crmld b. ..btamed He recently
l"ars ar -i. 's ship has rendered a appear in PahokeeMr t v;.-M n hl2'hltWlJ('('#'""odul meeting
-- ---- -'- !splendid service to the Lake Ok.','- Caudill announced that thKiccalaureate At Local} Post Office I in the First Raptit Church rat
Mr anti Mrs V V Worthamhaxt ; t h,.bet' Region I'nder the rew sermon will be d.>. f)1 1m'18. Ark and ill !scheduled fo-
pone to Tampa where Mrs n.anac"rtnt: with more men t livered h\ Ilex C. \ Mobt-rg of The: p. ff.. .' ::11 c'.ral 1 P"irt ; ar'.ther in Wm"ton-Sal'.m in June
Worthim who has been ill for rf'1.J"r se.wise. there is no I'f'a..nn the Pahokee Baptist Church 01 w-:II be .j..j 1 v-.'u... .. ':-. hour.d I The music Will be under the "
.. .
xt-ral x\rt.Ks. is rf't'f'ivinl mt-dicil why bu!'mt ,-s at the familiar corner Sunday night Mix 2" The hone { 12 3O r i>: and 1 30 p m for I i rrfon of Rev L"V Frank f' '
tr,.itmert at a hospital! there l'u- .':l'1't b** :"creasd daily as <'f dehvonrsr the irrual sermon '"". a. < ..nil-, ;i: t.. P". ma! t 'rO I Army Chaplain who i j... ro":. ; ..
.'11: their absence Mr anti Mrs I !:' '. p8"'"'" r.ttt..1: (!'!",>nc Pahoke. ministers T", ,- J Fra!' re. :r are n.anag rthams --.-- avid t",, year t :s Mr M.'h 'rg'" !'p.-.ft.'r :;f. r-.I 1 ." th,,' the jfhurth R.v Fr r'rkirrl. v -
\\'"- P-ikw.k cafe and .\ ti.-: >. hI! *. inpropr:a .' t turn Caral l p.nt ..ff;..* fr.r.e : Mr 11 L Spr will finish the Slklcl.o0A to tear the state oft t.. t:%..irk r-h'! eir' -, ..r=. 1'a i<, '4<' ,t:r.-'rT. .
h,1 l lpar as substitute teacher eittl.' :eke !v,iced unanimous an- -- Tr. '--p. < *or roo.." I1.J, .: .I' ::'t ff .r'. T1 :idii .. .
f.>r Mrs Worlham fourth grader preys! of tn, livestock and agri- AIII. :i: nniKt: : Ml the rte .-.. .ur 1'.nc!; ptri..l ..' ft..v Mink wi-
r at the Pahokee f'.emcntary! iHu-tl! Kj-riMttee Presented bv i i -- ---.- - { 5T.. .i: ml1-t._ to I.. given '
iI I
S,h.x'l X Ray Carroll the bill win allow Everglades Lodge: No 211 F. & i Tarmaim Traulws andon- { church ehorFlorida
I .
----- lO cents per head f.T dippme A M will 4>bf.pnPtL"t Master fleeting National Trail &a\! have -- ---
Mr and Mrs Lloyd Sexton ard i ,.r. about half the actual coat Th' night on Tuesday evening Mr inaugurated direct bus service be- '....:'rtat:.. r'.mm .
Hilt Hard of Miami were gue .'f Mr and Mr G M Falk Sa!'. I .n thf; har.d< of te state Liet ., master rraju,-. decree with Past which pr. t.4 paa*Przor. t" AP'-" rer'r..v-t CI> rap.r ...f'a .. .
urdoiy .-,';. ?aTar\ B and Materharro .a,..? ..-<. -" WV,, :, ,;. r-H'-fA: .r s .... .:. t.r.e: :t''a ''

Two The Everglades:: News. Canal Point. Florida Friday May 16 194"'

THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing Wrong Cocking Destroys f I Skip Day EnjoyedBy Palm Beach and was accompanied
by Mrs. J. F. Colson and Mrs. Paul
Vitamin C in Vegetables The Senior
the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Class Gis endaner. Senior Class faculty
The greatest loss of nutrients re-I j .!sponsors and by :Mrs. Albert
Established l'J24 Published Every Friday
suits from improper cooking, cspe- Panokee High School Seniors. Fremd. :Mrs. C. A. Moberg and
Subscription I'rice .S2.00 Year \d\"ance' cially vitamin C since it is readily
I who became more or less privi- Mrs. A. E. Morgan, room mother
soluble in water, according to extension
I edged characters as their lost days Following the picnic dinner
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn nutritionists. Vegetables
I in school draw to a close::; observed boating swimming and other outdoor -
Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter should be cooked quickly so as to "
prevent loss. If vegetables are ?ut ;;kip day" playing hookey :o sports were enjoyed and th"
you or me i Friday with a picnic seniors and their guestattended
in shouldbe
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor. Publisher pieces cooking they
cut lengthwise as less nutrients dinner and outdoor party in Grey- the show at the Olympia Theatrein
bleed out than when cut crosswise. I nolds Park near :Miami. The group the evening before returning: ;
Loud Radios Acids in citrus fruits and tomatoes left by chattered: bus from West home.

Already the Ledger j is receiving expressions of thanksfor protect ascorbic acid (vitamin C)

the article about Lakelanders: this vitamin; therefore it
into the night, keeping neighbors awake. E"idenththe' ar- should never be used in vegetablesor
ticle said what most folks don't like to say directly to neighbors soups. I

who make nuisance of themselves with loud radios.
a : Fresh vegetables .s ould be
We hope it will do some good. Possibly it already has. ed cooking in boiling water ( start-I

The fact is that j people who play their radios loudly late at is used), or at a high temperature.I Corn Earworm and
If r.o water is used vegetablesshould :
night don't really mean to be disturbing their neighbors. In i
be turned over at first to pre-
most instances, they're unaware that their radios sound
vent scorching and to cook uniformly -
that loud to the folks next door. And the average individual ly, they should be exposed to I'

doesn't like to complain to his neighbor, knowing that air as little as possible. The lengthof

such a step might engender ill feeling.So time required for cooking vegetables Budworm Control

perhaps the front page appeal did the trick once more, depends on their age and
tenderness; cook until they are just
Lakelanders will get more leep.-l.akeland Ledger.
tender, not soft and mushy

The best methods for cooking vegetables -
The Late Lamented to prevent loss of vitamin C,
as well as some other vitaminsand
11(' had long dreaded the journey from his peaceful Cumberland minerals are: steaming bakingand I
valley to "the outside"-down to Chattanooga. boiling in a small amount cf Can cow become a reality. \Ve now have

Now, ]preparing to leave at last: and urged by his wife to water the amount depcnrli: on i an oil base: Insecticide which has proven
and it in his pocket, I age and tenderness vegetab'es.' I
write his name on a slip cf paper put Recent nutrition; research has effective in the Sweet Corn gl'Owingarea

he was dogged by foreboding.He shown that potatoes lose less vitamin -
wrote "In case: of accident, thi was Seth Scruggs." C when steamed or boiled in I of Central Florida for controlling the Cora

Henry County News.: l' the skins, than when baked. Earworm and I.udworm. Also we have a

few advance samples of a newly perfected
i Woman's Club To Better Heat Sealers
Move Is Made To I I and patented Hand Gun for the application -
Needed for Vax
Install Officers Taper: I
I of this material. \Ve recommend that
Improved mechanical heat-seakrs i
Labor I
Buy CampsA Plans to install newly elected I are needed to make waxed paper I II you come in and see how simple and easyit

officers at a luncheon to be held on I wrappings for frozen food and other i ito treat with this
fend your crop gun.
products fully satisfactoryand
move on the part of a groupof Tuesday May 20. at 12 noon were !
protect the quality: of the food
local farmers to purchase made by members of the Pahokee: II i
inside according to scientists
\\' '.? Club at the regular ;
United States farm labor camps I' the department of agriculture. The
meeting TUt>stla '. It was announced I
scientists believe the needis
was reported to the Palm Beach that present
retiring officers of th'I for sealers that have carefully
county commission Montlay. I club will be in charge of the installation controlled temperature and pres.
II. L. SIB-r, assistant county I ceremony and luncheon sure. I
agent in his April report statedhe arrangements.The .
All of the various waxed papers in
had conferred with the vice- group also>> discussed! plans I
I' use for bags bag linings for pack-
president of the U. S. Departmentof for holding open house atth e cl'ita ages and overwraps are sealed by KILGORE SEED CO. i

Agriculture co-operative banK house periodically through the I| hot pre sms. The heat of the sealer :
at Columbia. S. C.. regarding financing I summer months for the entertain- !I melts the wax coating and the pressure I

of such' a move.Spet'r ment of 'teen-age children of the I I holds the raper surfaces together -
reported discovery the community j until the wax cools in an "ad-
Colorado potato beetle in the --- herent b
South Bay area. But he stated \\IIJ. TKKAOI IX SAK\>OT.\ again. This requires carefully con- I Pahokee, Flu. Phone :8201 I II
"the plant board decided no special This Saturday night Rev. C. A. trolled heat. Too high or too low a : II I Ii

measures were worth whileas Moltorg! pastor of the First Baptist temperature results in an imperfect I I i

we spray potatoes every five to Church of Pahok('('. will seal. I
seven days anyway and. by includ- preach in Sarasota, the time fo" I, Tests made at the laboratory with I I IJ
ing DDT we should have perfect the regular weekly meeting of the two commonly used types of paratlincoated j I
control. Youth for Christ Rally. Xext Sat- I paper showed that the i
"We were afraid we would be urdiv night, the l th. Rev. Mobery mechanical sealers in use today I I J \
put under county-wide quarantinefor will speak at a similar meeting in I, do not do as good a job as care- >i I
ful hand sealing often because the
cattle ticks but so far it has Tampa, a return engagement. i
: heat is too great. Temperatures of i :
not been found necessary", Speer's Buddy the pa"tor's ten year o1 I
324 to 450 degrees were found to be i
report continued. son. will his BASS FISHINGIs
accompany very destructive to the water-vapor I I

resistance of the paper The best :; ,
heat for sealing proved to be 200 j I

REMINDERS FROM PARTY J LINERS I duce degrees-the an adherent lowest bond that with would the pro- j Again On The Program ;

per during one second of pa-I' I

J J1\ *f The chanical tests sealers showed did: that not cause the the I Come in and See Our Stock of Fishing i

wax to melt and adhere evenly and ;
Equipment Including
left leakages at corners and folds. i
11'1 .

"):: q\ ," -'..*. United States Reduces Rods, Reels, Casting Baits, !

::r "': fj fl 'Y.r" Our Planes in India t
: : : Hooks Lines and
( :.: :/.< NEW DELHI. I-ODIA.-The U S. ,
/ / $.. )- : ; )\ army air transport command's In
dia-China division has been reducedto WeightsFor :
:24! planes, headquarters in the
/i' India-Burma theater reported I

Only the 1.304th India Wing base Both Rod and Fly Fishing and
at Barrackpore. near Calcutta and
six small operating bases scattered I Other Fishing ParaphernaliaSEE
i 1 through India and Southeast Asia
M remain.. I

J ;;;:;- .. \ Tomato Diseases I HOME: APPLIANCE WARES
IT a wet season tomato plants

iage might diseases be infected with the two fol While in the store, just look around
Alterr.ana and Sep
\ tons leaf blight These diseases can j and see \'hat fine merchandise we
i\t\\t\t be carnally controlled by of'!'
; : fixed copper dusts or sprays bu i have on our counters and on our

gardeners will fed the dusts more :< shelves, especially in our House Ware :
convenient to apply. Djsts which
contain 7 per cert insoluble c-'pper Department in the Balcony. China. :

can are most be purchased generally!at used most Such hardware.dusts Glassware; :Aluminum and Ename! '

drug or seed stores The dust: should \\-

:i: If your neighbor has Nan be applied in. the morning while the
dew is on and :f the wet weather

emergency call give up : ., , ... persists it will be necessary to make ares.BETZNEIL'S
.... five or six applications to get reasonable .
the line quickly. .
\ . cor.trol rf the fringe dseases. -
. ". < .
. The ar bcat"r. she-Id be
ti made S to 13 days apart

P0rfy-l/ne Courtesy is Cetciiiv : -- ----- THE HARDWARE STOREMAIN

. ; MM H. Lawrence" Jaudxi ail STREET HELLE KLADK. FLA.Page :
children visited her mother Mr I
Carrie Ropers and other relatives ,
.n Dover Fla ever tie uwken-1 I

Friday May 16. 1947 The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Page Three

with "The Runt", who is George Miss Florida Group Study Course Is I Mrs A. Hanson was the guestof

Cinematic ChatterBy Stone . and very clever brings of Mrs George McLartj this week.
another in the series of "Boston Gathers In St. Pete Completed By WSCSThe
Malcolm Millar j' Mrs Hansen's home is in Miami
Blackie" under the title "The

.. Phantom thief." ST. PETERSBURG With first talf of the Pahokee I .

A lot of "horse opreys" find I don't need to tell you that eleven contestants already entered \\SCS mission study course on I

their way into pictures some arj this is an exciting picture with a "Christmas and Race" was com- irirrrrrrrrriCOMING
and ten others being selected to
rugged, some are bad but one of good many surprises, for you kno*v pleted at two classroom sessions
the best I've seen in some time that every picture Mr. Morris represent various cities in the held at the First Methodist Churchon

(aside from "Black Beauty"), if stars in is filled with thrills, action State more than 20 talented and Tuesday Wednesday evenings -

"Gallant Bess", which comes to and surprises. beautiful girls will be competingfor of this week.

the Prince screen on Sunday-Mon- Second up is "God's Country"which the title of Miss Florida dur- The course is being conducted

day with :Marshall Thompson is done in beautiful techni- ing the Moss Florida Pageant a: under the direction of Mrs. R. J.
George Tobias. Clem Bevans and color, which brings out all of the St. Petersburg, June 1-2, itwas Schroder. At the first session

"Bess", one of the best educated gorgeous beauty of the great announced last Saturday by Bill Mrs. O D. Carpenter spoke on "'\

horses I've seen in some time. Nortb-West woods. Carter, pageant chairman. Viewpoint" and Mrs. Lillian Beverly -

This story of a lad's love for a Robert Lowery and Helen Gil- During a meeting with Jack on "Racial Intermarriage SOON TO THE
bert are the stars of this piece M\ers.. director of the Pageant
little mare who dies in foal, break- Mrs D. D. Caudill was in chargeof
with a huge cast of featured players and Chuch Arnold chairman 0:
ing his heart for the time being the devotionals. PRINCE THEATREPahokee
the Jaycee Tarpon Round-Up Committee -
is one of the best tales of its kind headed by William Farnum The remaining half of the course
that has been screened It is one "grand old man of the theatre:' who are handling local arrangements will be conducted in two classroom. Florida
inV.. Carter stated that a
that will tug at your heart strings Thursday-Friday brings sessions later this month the datesto
novel two-day show of beauty and pageantry -
Somerset Maugham's great
in more ways than one. and you'llgo be announced.
home convinced that man's which has been adapted to the was being planned whica

love for an animal at times sur- screen . "Of Human Bondage" would rival many Broadway and

passes all others. Paul Henreid, Eleanor Parker and Hollywood productions. -I
Alexis Smith are the three stars Sunday afternoon June 1. ail

Tuesday Wednesday brings a I of the piece, with a large cast of ('ontestantsiIl compete in evening I :
double feature with Chester Morris -
supporting players headed by Edmund gowns ad bathing suits in th-
. and Jeff Donell . togetherCHIROPRACTOR Western Auto Resumes Annual
I Gwenn and Janis Paige tropical surroundings of Turn'r'sSunken

-. This is a very exciting play and Garden Monday afternoon -

I with te excellent cast provided" June 2. contestants will par-

the expert direction and the grand, ticipate in a talent contest That Big Bass ContestAfter

full-bodied story by one of the night a colorful (coronation ball
WEST PAUl BEACH leading writers of toda\ will be held in the St Petersburg
MON.. WED. and FRI
BELLE GLADE Saturday also brings a double Coliseum, where Miss Florida willbe :
TUES.. THURS. and SAT a five tear lapse due to the war Western Auto Supply -
feature. First up is "Lawles3Breed" crowned during a two-hour program -
Company of Missouri. is again sponsoring its well-known
DR. L. S. JONESSuite and is loaded" with two- of pageantry and music and popular Big Bass Contest. This year the contest is bigger

301-02 Comeau Bldg. fisted action and hair-raisin: Miss' Florida will bf given an than ever btfore Prizes totaling $1065750 in list value
Phone 3650 West Palm Beach. Fla. thnlls all-expense paid trip to Atlantic will be awarded the winning contestants' throughout the

Second up is It's Great to b* City b\ the Florida Junior Chamber .! conntrv This content. which has proved so popular in th.
Young" with Leslie Brooks an1 J of Commerce where he wi'l past is limited to fresh water large and small mouth bass

Jimmy Lloyd and a dandy cast of compete with ether !'tatf'inner taken from waters open to the general public It is open to
CHILLS ft FEVER ; and all men wonun boys and girls in the thirty.fistatE'S in
plaYE> s. Yep It's a comedy for the title of Miss America o
which Western Auto Store Western Auto Associate
DUE TO MALARIARELIEVED its loaded with laughs. 1947. Store is located.
See you at the movies-Mai. The Miss Florida Pageant. with
--- Florida's most! beautiful girls tak-
I To make the contest fair and eliminate
as as possible
i any
Mrs. W H.'a is spending irg part will be the opening gesture I
666 1 disadvantages one state would have over another in such
BY---: this week in FelKmere" with Mrs of welcome to more than 50) wide-sprtid cont '\\rsttrn Auto gi\es a pirate set ot

C Uw mfradu.nd J. V. Fourmy. i of the nation's topflight writers; awards in each of thnt>'-fi\e states. In this way the fish

and photographers who will bt: caught in any: state are compiling only with other fis" :
arming in St Petersburg' for th! taught in the same state giving all contestants an equal

< y><'><>>9<>>t>i<>><<>9<>><<>< '><>>< ><;ii>>S><>i<>>i>><<>? eek-long convention of the Out- chance at winning one of the valuable prizes. Past records I
t r t Y t t Y t t Y Y t t Y Y Y Y t Yt show that bass weighing as little as I1s pounds hav!
door Writers Association of Amer-
< > taken first prize in some states. i
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.:. THE CAMERA CENTER <:> First prize winner in each of the thirt>-fi\e states this
Mrs. Beverly Takes year will receive(' a big six horsepower \\izard Outboar'1totor I
.> is now equipped with a repair department All work
: with a list value of $1 9.50. Second prize will be :1
will be promptly done by experts familiar with all o: Pahokee PTA Reins
4 5 Heddon rod and Coxe reel with a list value of $7500; third '
: makes of domestic and foreign cameras. iaS > prize a rod and reel with a list value of $40.00; fourth prize I

OFFICE EQUIPMENT a Mrs. Al D. Beverly was installed' will bo assorted tackle valued at $20.00 and fifth pnze assorted -
< president of the Pahokee Parent- tackle valued at 1000.

.9 HALSEY & GRIFFITH, INC. : Teacher Association at the final I

+ S1S-15-17 Datura St. Phone 3885 4:> meeting of the current school year This contest is free and open to all. There are no obligations -

WEST PALM BEACH FLA. 4.Y er> held Monday night in the higi or purchases necessary Free entry blanks with complete I
school auditorium.Mrs. instructions are available at all Western Auto Stores
., .< .+. .. . .++s r r>
<->s t:> Jess M. Elliott acting is Western Auto Associate Stores Official opening date ot I

installing officer also inducted the Contest is May 15 (subject to local or state laws). I ..
Entries are eligible from May 15 until September 30, when
Ned Kocher as first vice president
the contest closes All entries must be sworn to before a
John D. Rogers secondice president notary public verified by Western Auto Store Manageror I
: Mrs Claude L. Shirley. secretary Western Auto Associate Store owner. I
L. J. Fraser' .

treasurer' I HOME OWNED AND / I
It was' announced that PTA will "WESTERN
sponsor parties for children of I j1 AUTO I II

Mrs Charlotte Walton's fifth I. :M. LAIR !
TIUES AND AVTO t grade at the elementary school I ASSOCIATE

AESSORIESAUTO and tenth grade students. Miss! PHONE 2831Pahokee. STORE I
Barharar McNamara and Ned I

PAINTING D Kocher. class sponsors. at the high I Florida ,
school as' awards for best attendance -
records by parents at PTA i.

I meetings during the pa tcnr.
Bennet Bros. Service StationBox !
The date of the parties will be .

245 Pahokee" Phone 579 Belle Glade Road Qr I announced I
On display! at the meeting wi!

an exhibit of local cub scout' handicraft -
""I JI"'PrJI arranged b\ Mike Hopenchcubmaoter { aPACII

of Park 23. and Mr:;.

Frank Roelle don mother of IV>nOne I

I Ij W. Noxson of West Palm I _
__ ,
I Beach assistant; scout executive ,
of the Gulf Stream Council gave; I ice: \Scream

I a talk on cub and scout activitiesin ..
j Palm Beach Count I \ )

Reports' on PTA irtivities fir _.--'
I the rtst'f'ar were given b\ chairmen -
II I <'f standing committees who Who doe n't hk- tht. flavor of i lu> : Otis tn.'l'-rillcf,-
w"*>r.' Called UTV> bCarl \ ;Mn-
the Glades i t'd 1 Ilt'achl' !
A Servant of ii berg; retiring president! ;MrsRalf

i I +h tan1f""y way Tf'-tpp" rte l
school cafeteria manu f'rI Imagine that tantalizing flavor combined with

I A n'iisn'al program M" rf the ever *., >mont veht-U texture of Alfar K'.'-

4 Buses Tu liami sect..d J h\ two >lemfir\ -. .. .1 1I (ream. Jt.a certain hit with e\' -r\-. memt.r vi.

Tu Wt..t I'alm beach < r.''t. t bird under the <\l.:r, t.' ,- the f imiJ '.

; ..f r.h"T! n. LamT'i.t .

Daily lo I't M\tr* X 1."d3nd I { : \ th. r Orel-:tc.. T'f'! r", On> *inir va honu tonight pick upa
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: 't.., r. frrprt'l' \' .'re. ri
,. .....- ('art fin ot \lf ir pe.uh i< t'-crt'lm.:
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Glades Motor Lines. Inc. '

III ICU i'tllTlir.e.r
X t. ., b.,- f'-p'""'r:c: \..\ '
SFIlMVi; TilE ';L\IE .. T' LF
"f th' P1r"ic'F'r. "
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were Mr a"i Mrs p.1: 'at', 11 i:"' T I'\I.'IIU:: \( II
Mr". O n r''?*rt Mr' r, r..n"

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Four The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida
Friday. :May 16 1917
,I I

v/ -t)7 ': Venetians Developed Ship I, A J.bill Ed sponsored Stokes of by Bay Representative Count- Citrus :Machinery I Dates for the second annual

f ::=./ i i Assembly 500 Years Ago I was passed by the House requirin Goes To TexasORLANDOEvidence Bartow Baseball School have been

if I American shipyards weren't the records of county officials to be I set for January 9 to February l.194 .>.

I audited during the period betweena S. An umpire division
first in history to put assemblylint of the increasing training
methods into shipbuilding. The primary election and the first j will also be operated according t"

Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kistner of Ver.ctians made the gentry sit up of January following affecting importance of Florida in- | George Stirnweiss. Yankee infielder -

Bridgeport. Conn., announce thj and take notice with their techniquesmore officials who do not run for reelection dustrv was emphasized yesterday- i who established- the school ths!

birth o fa son Timothy Anderson, than 500 years ago. Ships magazine or who were defeated in by the announcement that the year.

on May 9. Mrs. Kistner is the reports. On one occasion Vene- the primary election.Classified. Arr.erkanIachinf>r Corporative '

daughter of Mrs. II. J. Anderson tian arsenolotti-ship craftsmen of Orlando was awarded a con
of Pahokee.Mr. built 100 vessels in 100 days and tract for well over one hundred JI '

and Mrs. Richard Hodgesof on another turned out a complete thousand dollars by the Valley DR. C. E. CREEL
Here's trae1cr's ,, I
galley in two hours. a Fruit
Belle Glade announce the birtn Ads Company of Pharr. Texas
of 1456 vintage PAHOKEKREGIXMNG
description a for the
of a daughter, Patricia Jeanne, at assembly line machinery for an entirelynew
the Everglades Memorial Hospitalon citrus packing plant of approximately = : .Jl'='\E 1
. enters the gate
as one
May 10. PUBLIC Stenographer Mrs. VanJ. twenty cars per day THROUGH SKIT. 30.
there is a great street on either hand .
at Everglades Discount
-- -- --
in the middle, and on
with the
Company in new \Vroten Buildingon plant will incorporate e\'n'l I I Office Hours
Mrs. Connally returned to her one side are windows opening out
home in Miami Sunday after visiting of the houses of the arsenal, and Bacom Point Road in Paho modern feature for packing citrus 8 a. in. to 12 Noon Only
kee. fruits and will be of exceptionallylarge
her daughters Mrs. R.. S. the same on the other side. And tf
-- -- - capacity. An entirely new CLOSED: ALL DAY OXWednesday
Singletary and Mrs. J. S. Chastainfor out came a galley towed by a boat. EVERGLADES
several weeks. and from the windows they handedout HOUSE OFBEAUTY building, embodying advanced Jt SundayEXCEPT

to them . everything that was architectural details and lightingis
required. And when the galley had All Phases of Beauty Culture beingconstructed to house the EMERGENCIES
Mrs. M. I. Keen was able to return -
reached the end of the street all the Phone 4292 machinery bt'ing'rected on a
this week from a hospital inVest men were on board together with Lake Shore Drive Canal Point thirtyacretract..

Palm Beach where she way the complement of oars and she --- The American Machinery Corp

patient for several days. was equipped from end to end. In SEPTIC tanks and grease traps oration has sold a certain amount t.J li ;J.l :

this manner there came out 10 galleys cleaned and rt"paired.Phone of machinery in Texas for many i j A Y.aaiI

fully armed between the hoursof 3S72 Bob Douthit Pahokee. M17c years and last January it opened ;
i l \\T LOOKS LiKE SOME 0''W
three and nine. 1
HOUSE I'AIXTIXO an office at McAllen. The Texas
: see John
And in 1574 King Henry III of citrus industry is rapidly adoptingI'orida's WOMEN NOWADAVSSELECT
Prince TheatrePahokee France visited Venice and watched Fla.Chandler a veteran Pahokee packing and canning I THEIR\ HUSCAND5

a galley's keel and ribs grow into -- MaySOp methods and it is anticipated thata AS Ito HOW MUCH
--- -- - -
a vessel completely outfitted, FOIl SALE: Four room semimodern sizeable service and installation AUMONV '(

Florida armed and launched while he was home price reduced tc organization will be operated bv I I! CAN PAV.
delicacies at a two- ,
stowing hour banquet.away S1750.:: Dan Carpenter. Phone 2371; the local concern in Texas in the I {6EYI

Week of May 18th CHEMICAL-WELD repairs cracked future.--.-- --
valve seats cracked Diesel Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Pope of Can- ril

Fish Protein Source head, cracks in cylinder walL?, al Point are spending several daysin

For Muscle BuildingFish car blocks and heads. Bring Glenwood. Ga. 7C"

Sun.-Mon. +I'' building protein and is maintaining of high quality strong for work Shop. Pahok to Komer's<,<,. Fla. Blacksmith July 4. j 1I 1- PlY,, (;}

muscles and promoting growth, and OFFICE FOIl VENT in the near 1i I _
{ 4r
amounts vitamins. of certain minerals and Pa hokef'. StMOch! i tt? .. R. Y. Creech, .Jr. .. ,. "

Fish is delicately I flavored and ('IU'I:<'II F.UILDIXG: : for sale. S curt i the LAKE: SHOUF.

G hli1CTURE cooking should brim out this flavor. Baptist church building Paho- i Optometrist :MOTOR CO. . let us give yon
The seasoning should enhance and kco for sale and removal from
the wheel alignment (rain'
not overpower this flavor. Fish cooks present lot. Send bids to C. A. I PHONE 371Xev I
: wheel l a'iancing ;
straightening and -
quickly because connective tissue is Batchrlor in Pahokee. Ml Gen j jVACATION I
small in amount. Overcooking, or i service :your! car needW -

j cooking at too high a temperature: : : time is close at hand. I El herl'Y 1 i ;guarantee the finest jolwr

Tues.- \Yed.P | dries out the fish and toughens it. Take a peek at the label on yourpaper. I Building Mi r Hi let us rhet'k :you-
Trie date shows when
As a rule fat fish are preferredfor your car on "in fun equipment t >-
---- baking and broiling and lean for subscription expire. Without j
: ., .d:rft '"
P ) C.r..r.:..: r.I". '-..r".J" "boiling." steaming or making hesitancy pick up one of harry j I Belle Glade Florida day

.! ;,r-t A '._ .: ; .. -71':1 .. chowders. During the years of fat Mclntosh's counter checks fill it
..:\... ". ., .. 'P .. j' shortage the housewives learned: out for Two Dollars and in I Mail in repairs
.. "' II 1;, drop }
'.. '
.. .. :-'..!,::':"'t-...;.":"t:?\\:l:.. 01.jf .1 I Ii that broiled fish is an acceptable the mail to The Everglades News. LAKE SHOREMOTOR
.. substitute for deep-fried fuh and
t'St'fr._. }t. : ..'- I"" I so Canal Point. You can enjoy your I 01'
':; B.slon XwRio broiling continues popular. CO.
; (.!\ as vacation a lot more if you know

,,-lN:'_r': COLt'M1A, WYYY F1CT'9n'__ that you aren't taking part of ;ton replacements -- ,I'., -- ----
Radio Fuse May Aid inFighting Rardin's money. How aboutit I.

-ALSO- Forest Fires ? I
- -- --
: WASHINGTON. wartime invention SOMETHING: NEW in automotive I -

M may result in large scale circles. Visit our undercoating ,

IlflElcNl fighting of forest fires by airplane.The department. Stops rattles, squeaksand I PIANOS JEWELRY :MUSICJ. '

development is the radio proximity rustingChristian Chevrolet. ,

'sD fuse which makes possible Phone 2371. Pahokee. M9chst I --l

split second release of plane car --- -- --- -- : W. RASIILEY
ried containers filled with water. InmC .\TIU\: SYSTEMS-Alum- I I
JEWELER Belle Glade Fla.
..r NwNU..r The new method was outlined .o inum-Automatic dia. U S K L'
the house appropriations committee Galvanized good condition. 3.t.. 5

by P. A. Thompson chief of the agriculture 6. and 8 inch dia.. drilled or riser GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY :

department's forest service typo in Miller. Ames and Champion. -

fire control division. See or call 24211. Race & I
"This project is just in the discussion -
Race: .Inc.. Winter haven- Florida -
stage at the present time,'* M30- .
he reported "but they (the army I '-
1 'dlL'SI LILILI.1rn tnr. LY1L.Qtt( I.SJL'.iCYSL'li.l.Ytri1: i ,nnnrr
are quite enthusiastic about the pos FOIl SALE: flood Kerosene- range

Thurs.- Fri.xEDVUNDGOUDMG. sibility of utilizing large bombers porcelain oven; small porcelaintable I' Fine Clothes [For iE iEI iEIen
which carry 6.000 or 8.000 or 10,000 four chairs, bed with new I HERBERT'S
pounds of water for the of
k oltKnet N hllI) dropping It on fires. purpose mattress and springs. Call 2571. :\ and Womeni i

i iL -.n "That project . was not con- Pahokee. He I TAILORED I TO MEASURE i:

sidered feasible ui.til the development FOIl SALE: 1940 Deluxe business Have Your Indies' Clothes Tailored !
of these so-called I
coupe in good condition. See
They have radio set in By Man's Tailor $
a [:
sucts. mijlm F Fhffl SYITfl Thomas Miller. Pahokee, Box
them by which they can spew water i
out at any predetermined elevationabove C5.: Ite i i

: the terrain."Formerly FOK SALE: Boy's chWinn-paCk-1,1, AL BELCHER

tenets.c;fm ;'*:rticfDOUHLE the containers would ard Bicycle good condition. ,
876 !J|
drop and hit the ground and spill reasonable. Phone OZ. Pah kt'p. i
most of the water into the crater
which they made when they hit and Fla. lt jlrn 3D30C JJ'T!, _:?::mo4:1I7.Jt1".n'1"r
-- ---- --
FEATURE the spread of the water was too run SALE: My Homo at Port
small to be '!!ectl\'e."
Mayaca. Fla: 2 bedrooms linen r .

Saturday rlo<;et. and bath room up stars.J
Long Livp the
Living room fire place. Dmirc
Apparently tN phrase "The King r... I
GR Is dead Long live the Kinc!"
RBY ong- Toilet and basin room. Rack porrh. |
hated in France where it was used all and varitiofor
O.trace Apartment with 2 ht' !- :sizt"
to ;
J announce the death of a king and
i at the same tune t.- proclaim his rooms and hath Servants house :in j your S"lctjon.! .

successor that the ha.k. Pnr $1* '><)QOO with terms!

were. never without a sox-ereicn people In I Ph'''ne :2732: 1 tC'i; LA NISCAJ I PING I ;
FU11Y '
'L mis: XIV and: the Court of France
LlIGHT .4 in t.N' 17th; Century." JulIa Pard, HOW '11N1'vacations: wl: TvEverclades as you lib(. it. \\'{. are itrgat../ro.d i ;tfd: equipped to doa

.. \"' '."' 4 If an English historical: writer, told News help t<> finanftw.t5 thorough job from par: ;-; mpl-tion! of planting!
I that "The death of Luis XIV wa: : "par" Not :yours'* if VM-I,, i rtv.ib

-ALSO- ; announced by the captain cf the vr: :: :rnpti'\n before v' ; !. :Ave'Take

bodyguard from a window: cf the a !.....k at the ltrl ..r.'f'r As always.ou are

"It's Great To BeYoung" !'tatedartmer.t: Raising hs paper that'" when "f"it !rihnrtir ut-lrome at our
truncheon above his head he broke : !'( >n pxpin: **. Nothire: mm- j

I j it in the center ar.d. throwing the pl'at.d about it If "(\1 ow f.r. ,i :NI'It>KIIII:,: 1100 "Ith..m B'".l\'ard ingrate No. 25 at
: pieces anto :.g the crowd, exclaimed 'your subscription j'i't mal th<>'4 LUTIb.t Palm n"ar Florida
in a loud voice. 'Le Roi est r..ort!* for Two Dollars: ample l1 r't :t" I City
Leslie Brooks. Jimmy Llovd Then se :aig another sa:'. fcc 23urtihed -
It in the air as he sicuted:: nH1.1-> rnjir harrow ar-1 Prternatons. i ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO.Page .

Vise !e RojV m.-,l.barfL ,. '" ... r ,

\\ :! !er Pat:-.kM' Via M233

Friday May 16, 1947 The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida Pas Flv*

Pahokee Methodists at the morning hour of worship |I I Lake Now To of sirr.iliar. bills affecting other I comes a law. would not affect
the theme. "What Is A John j Open areas.

Have Banner Day Wesley Christian?" and at the j Morgan said present regulations prohibiting
one such local bill I
evening hour the theme will be "I I! Commercial Men designed to open South lake ini commercial fishermen from catching -

The First Methodist Church iiPahoket i Heard a Voice". There will \>s j I i Brcvard county to netting :already j I black bas .

experienced another banner special music at each service b,. .Ii has been introduced in the house I j i

day on Mother's Day when the choirs. I i TALLAHASSEE The legislatur 1lie paid he feared "many many ,

again the record for Sunday The Worker's Council will beheld ecompleted action Wednesday more"would follow.

School attendance broken. \Ve at the church on Tuesday (
on the bill exempting commercial "Passage the bill today: has '
established! a record on Easter of Evening at 800 p. m. in the Victory left the way wide open for a [ NOTICEClosing
Class All workers in fishermen from penalties for netting -
258 present at Sunday School. Last room. stream of similiar bills apply in,! to i

Sunday that record was broken every department are expected to i in Lake Okeechobee and the every lake and river in Florida. I .ww.erww
attend. Several items of business St. Johns river and sent it to the
when at the time of ('ountingthose Commercial intt'restsill n'gure i

present we found 2Q7. We are very have to come before the councilfor governor for his approval. if such a law is applicable to Hours for

sure of quite a number others decision.It Final legislative approval cf Lake OKeechobee. it's applicable i

present, but these actually counted. was announced by Rev. Howes the measure was given by the to any other body of water in the | the Summer

Another record in the'number that the work of installing the house in a 57-19 vote. That action state." M

attf'ndingthe Men and Women's new pipe organ was almost completed came shortly after the sen- Such a procession! of legislations.

Clashes was also established when and it was expected that it : ate shied away from a motion to he warned could conceivably leave DR. D. S. SPOONER

each group had the largest num- will be ready for playing by Sunday recall the bill from the housa! Florida with a "book of conservation :

ber present in the history of the May 18th. Plans will be announced after passing it Tuesday.: laws and no place to enforce ; Office will be closed

church. later for the dedicationand Supporters of the no-penalty bill them." I

public acceptance of the organ contended during: legislative debate All Day FridayDR.
The pastor Rev. C. T. Howes, Pasage of the bill came on th-
will use as his subject next Sunday by the church. i;i it would enable hundreds of commercial heels of a supreme court ruling I(
--- ---
i fishermen to return to which said the game and fish commission :

NOTICE A bill introduced in the legis- their fishing jobs after a game and acted within its power in ; E. J. GRAHAM

accordance NOTICE IS w HEREBY itn the GIVEN provisions that in of lature and sponsored by the Florida > fresh water commission ruling had rtoi"ingtht' lake and tie St. Johns'f''

Chapter 18042. Laws of Florida Acts of Farm Bureau would refund to 1' closed the lake and river water.* river north Volusia bar to commercial Office will be closed
1937. the Board of Supervisors of farmers cents of the gasoline tax to commercial fishing last Oct. 1. .
drainage district organized and existing on every gallon of fule purchased Opponents of the measure a-- W. J. Hendry of Okeechobee All Day Wednesday
under the laws of Florida and farm tractors other that
for use in or gued sports fishing would be county maintained the constitution -
embracing lands within Palm Beach arN r..www
farm equipment.Mr. harmed by reopening the watersto
County has caused to be prepared a gives the legislature the
budget showing the requirements of -- commercial fishermen. power to set penalties for gam These new hours
the District for Maintenance operationand and Mrs. Paul Jensen of Riviera Director Ben Morgan of th-
administration during the year beginning and fish and if lawmakers can establish -
on the first day of November were guests here over the state game and fresh water fish penalties it also can remove effective May 19, 1917r
1947. and ending on the thirty-first day weekend of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. commission predicted passage of
of October. 1948. Said budget among them.
other things' show the amount of Anderson. the bill will result in a "deluge' Henry said the bill if it be-
Maintenance Tax per acre necessary to
be levied upon the lands within said
District for the year 1947
The said budget Is now on file and
may be examined at the office of the R
Secretary of the District at Canal
Point. Florida. The Hoard of SuperVisors -
of East Beach Drainaee: District
will meet at 9'00 o'clock! A M Eastern
Standard Time, on the thirty-first day
of May 1947. at the office of the Secretary sf .
of .the District in Canal Point.
Florida for the purpose of hearing objections 6- .
and complaints with respectto
the salef budget: and for the pur- _
jjose of transacting such other business /r
a s may properly come before said
D\T7T this Wri dav of Anrll 1 *-' ORPFR OF TMK HOARD OF K
srpe1tvYSoRs" O1 FAST RF.\CH 'LI ii I.I ill" F1TdL.:, IiI' a i.ii-i.i
: I< L Stuckev _
Its President
Pub: May 9. 16. 1947
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tecordp.nce with the provisions. of
Chapter 1S042 IAWS of Florida. Acts of
1<)T7. the Board of Supervisors of PA-
Drainage District oranl7ed and eMns : -
\ under the las of Florida. and ..m- a 1'L
hra'ln6rand: within Palm Bea"hCVnintv
has caused to bo prepared a
budget hoi1iiK the Debt Service re-
o"lrements of the District and of the
Fast Unit thereof and requirements
of the East Unit of the District\ for
maintenance, operation and arfmlnlstrr.tlon -
during the year beginning; on
the first dav of November 1047. and
...ndl"" on *h" thlrtv-ftrst dav of October -
1'\.43. Said budget among other
things/: hows the amount of General
Debt Service Tax the amount of the
Fast Unit Debt Service Tax. and the
amount of East Unit Maintenance Tax : '
nor acre ne...-.arv to be levied upon .
the tends within said District for the
yea1947 t' ...
The said budget Is now on file and : -: .,
mav be examined at the office of theSecretary ) ); ,,
of the District at Cant \ """" >
Point. Florida The Board of Supervisors Tt
of pnbokoe Drainage District ,7 ;; to". I
will meet at I'IS o'clock PM. Eastern "
Standard Time on th. thirtieth ; :. : -
tits of Mav 1 l'"rl'tRrvf the District in Canal rIk9 I 5-
Point Florida. for the purpose of hearing f??= :zL )
oblectlons mid eomp'alpts with r"- '
... . "'-. _-.4 ..
spect to the said budget and for the

purpose business as of mav transacting properly rome such before other MR. I MRS. CONSUMER MR. SHIPPER MR. FARMER MR. 4 MRS. PASSENGER

1<9'<'' metlnthis'I!
D.\TFn "With Mv nt Anti 1OJ7

Mav DRAIN 9. 1ft.Bv OE Norirr 1947:R DISTRICT Its Y. PresidentPub Patterson-- - You would foot the bill !

rcordance with the provisions' of

Chapter 1041 the 2WM: Board Law of Supervisors of Florida.. of Acts EAST of Look out! There's another big rail1946, with the largest peacetimespecial payroll taxes on railroadsroadwagedemaandheadedyourwayl :

SHORE DRAINAGE DISTRICT a I traffic in history, the net income of have recently been increasi-d:
drainage district organized and eT1sttoe -
under the laws of Flor'da and embracing The non-oiwrating unions alone railroads went down to the equiva- -and passenger traffic has declined
lands within Palm
ha caned U be prepared a -whose members do not actually lent of only 2'," c of the net prop-
budget showln the Debt Se-vlre rentitrments Where Would the Money
of the District and the requirements operate trains are demanding a erty investment.
of the District for maintenance Come E'ront'These
operation and administration flat incrva of 20 I'Ont'n hour. '
What Atxnit97..
during the vest beelnnlne: on the first
day of November 147 a"'" endin on demands would cot the railroads We can't pay out what *e don't take

'Said h. thltv-flr-t budget am'il day othe'of October tMl r.. Shows W of the country lice hundred Even with the recent freight rate in. And we' are not taking in enough

the nfvirit of n-r-t Service Tat and sixtyeight million dollars a increase, preliminary figures indi- rost and to
the amount of M..lnt..n"ne Tax perrr year : now" to meet present
+ nece s.arv to be le\e Ian,,- "thin! said District for theVe last tear these cmplojes I h:1.
*r t". 47 about the same low return in1917asinl916.Thl ire that need and that we' want' to
Thea'i b-deet Is row .'tfI:> ail increase of l>l'2 cents an you
willU'l t t ecau e:
T'la1''nnP' <1 at troff'or of \OU
!"s...-r..UT"'f the District at CanMjv hour. This was their third majorwace mHo .
1ft' *+nrtrs The brwrd of SupeOsnrs -- -the wage increase made in 1916
,,f Pas' Shore I>T .n...-.. rw..t-1.-t increase since 1939. Their ion n o141(11o t tininn:
will mea, 3 no o.clock P M Eastern will be in effect for all of 1'J 17; >
St: .n".nJ T>!re on te 'th"t1et day a eraije:! uft-klj' pa ha> gone up -
of Mv' ,<". ., the off..r of .*<.. gee. ; .
5c: 3' aZain t 3 ", '
rt..s- ,'f .ri.. District tn Canal Pot- ------
PO 'ta f'.'' 'hl" mtrn'.e of he..rnc obTH rise of "VI .
tecticros' a' .t entnnta'nta s'th er"ect
.. .
to the sad t-dnt and 'eno' 'I--
..( trar.a "'trg a"rh Othe. h'lslneas Since 1 9:19: railroad wage and : .
before tall\
as may t''f'Pr: come
material co ts ban gone up more :'1.
ire.DST" ..... .. .. .
-h Cy r "' t 194nY J
C"Dt"C'n C"F *" BOARD OF than three times as much as freicht :...- ". h ,

!"t'TFR\-'OPo;: f\f TACT SHORE rates, and five times as much aa
PRA1am nTSTT 'r-T-
Bv R Y Patterson passenger fares. That is why in tie are publishing this and oUt -* adu.rt-DA-oU to talk with JU
Tt a Pre.!aer.t
P.b' Jay 9 IB :M foal hand alovut matter hicfa are important to as"p.J

Page Six The Everglades News Canal Point Florida r- d1V. May 16. 194;

Raising Crossbred ''One Trunk NOT Standard Equipment 319 School Attend At Baptist Sunday

Cattle Profitable, Church In PahokeeLast

County Agent SaysLocal l.... xr1c Sunday was one of the
} and Mrs. Jess :M. Elliott most" outstanding days in
1 had as guests over the weekendher recognition -
of the theme "Mother.! "
cattlemen can increase sister, Mrs. E. L. Chapman o: I!I the history of the First
Lakeland. and Mrs. Rowena Wiseof Baptist
their without
profits considerably Church
S; : rr'Jt. of Pahokee. Beginning
any increase in cost of productionof 5 with the large attendancf'eo of 319

beef by raising hybrid or cross- Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hundley and .': in Sunday School the overflow

bred calves, according to H. I. children left Wednesday for a visit congregation at the

assistant .. :DI of several weeks with his parentsin : morning
Speer, county agent. preaching service, some 150 in
Inman Weeks sold a Kingman Kans., and her par-i
Training Union ..0n1to
reach the
crossbred calf from a Guernsey- ents in Wichita Kans. j climax at night with
unableto !
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Harrington many
Jersey cross cow and a purebred ;, get into the building, although
left Saturday for South Carolina
Hereford bull the Kissimmee
on every effort through the mediun
where he will be in the '!
market at $24.00 per cwt. which engaged of chairs and more chairs was

topped the marked for the day and produce business for several made to accommodate the situa

was only 1 1-4 cents under the weeks. tion.
I mI c'L Jake M. Walton of Orlando sonof j
Chicago market the same day. The i Certainly this church rejoices in
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Walton of
calf was five months old the dayit j| this and the fact that the other

sold weighed 406 Ibs on the Pahokee, has accepted the position churches report like success which

market scales and grossed $97.44. :. of commisary manager for Bessemer ,,''if continued can only mean for

Compared with a purebred calf { Properties in Port :Mayaca. :, this area our country and the
His wife and him ;|
children will
1 I
sold the same day, 33 days olde- .x a world the waout of the dilemma
here the of the school
at end term
and weighing only 385 Ibs., which .SS- K i i, in which the human family finds
in Orlando.
brought $23.75 per cwt. for a gros '!': itself today. It is the opinion of
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Graham have ,
of 8503. all points are in favor this pastor that motherhood i is at
as their guests her sister Miss ,
i I
of the calf. the
hybrid y. crossroad May "The handI
Ada E. Hill of Philadelphia. Pa.
The hybrid was 33 days younger. I|i that rook the cradle rule the
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Stuckey had
weighed 48 Ibs. more, sold at 1-; {!f world" as God intended.
as recent guests their son-in-law
cent per pound higher and brought Yaw: ;Ne : This Sunday; morning at fie
and daughter Dr. and Mrs. R.
$12.41 cents more at a saving of eleven o'clock hour the piston
Sam Mosley and children of
33 days feed. Miami. Rev C. A. Moberg. will preach the
This is not an exceptional case, Whatever the weatherman may say, indisputable proof that spring is truly 1 last of the series of sermons base-I
Mrs. E. L. Mrs. A. D.
as R. W. Kidder of the Belle Glade here and summer is on the way comes from the ever-faithful circus, most Pope on the activities of the Lord th4O '

Experiment Station says his testi reliable harbinger of fair weather to come. Sprucing up between showings, the Beverly and sons, returned to their / days following His re! urrection.Irsin .
circus maintains its luster for young and old, and one way it's done is shown homes in Pahokee Sunday night
indicate that hybrid calves will <* the chart Risrhtlx- Pividir.s
here. Pretty Kay Clarke gets: elephantine assistance in keeping her new after spending several days ir.
outweigh purebred Devons 100 Chevrolet glistening, as old Blanche, queen of the Cole Bros. Circus "peerless Forsyth and Atlanta, Ga. the Word of Truth. the doctrin"of

pounds at 6 months and 200 pounds pack of ponderous pachyderms," lends a hand . er, trunk. ---- the Second; Coming of Christ.

at 12 months of age and the ad- will be discussed The text i* foundin

ditional weight is all profit for the : English Village RectorIs Acts 11011. the time of th!

producer.The Elks : C'lIflirHES OF ('HIUSTSCltSTIS in Favor of Pubs Ascension of the Christ This is
cattle man needs to keep I T the sermon manxhaxe been waiting -

one law of breeding in mind. Hy- "MORTALS A N D IMMOR : BUCKXELL. ENGLAND. This for. hence it i is su"cested that

brids Oxfordshire town was granted a full all be mided accordmsrlxTh I '"
or crossbred animals muot'
not he kept for breeding stock. A Was :: TALS"son-Sermon' is the which subject will of be the read les-in liquor license after the village rector Ladies Quartet will sine.
had declared in court he would
purebred animal is one that has I : :; : At the evening hour of eish".
ben bred from The .: Churches of Christ, Scientist, frequent the village pub. asriin using the chart the p.isto**
registered pure- held throughout the world on Sunday, i "The village that lacks a pub-
bred parents of the same bree 1. will begin a series of teachings on.
Hall May 18.The :i lie house lacks social influence the
The Past. Present and Future of
hybrid or crossbred is the pro- I Golden Text is: "The earnest heritage of the British people," the

geny of a purebred bull of one cess expectation of the creature :, Rev. P. Nott told the magistrate. Satan Where did he originate''
breed and a purebred cow of another waiteth for the manifestation of i 1"1 want to remove the stigma attached Did sin begin in Heaven or on

breed and when a hybrid is rection to the frequenting of public : earth? Why did not God stop
An the sons of God" <( used as breeding stock you lose Among the citations which com- houses. It should not surprise pea him Where is he today: how

the added : if to the manx titles does he have? These
hybrid origin and the the Lesson-Sermon is the following pie on going rectory they
offspring soon reverts to a scruo i address prise l should be told 'You will find the reef ( and other questions) will t>e answered -
from the Bible: "For I delight -
mixture.We which I tor at the public house.' all based: entirely upon the
in the law of God after the I
must raise gram. i "I maintain that is where he Bible.
or bred
buy pure inward man: But I see another
bulls of one breed and purebredcows Paul should be. among his people, en- __
dress of law in my members, warring joying with them discussions and

of another to get hybrid for his against the law of my mind, and ascertaining their points of view; i 1 REVOLUTIONARY NEW

calves for the beef crops, accord- White." bringing me into captivity to the he may be able to help them." j! HUM TECHNIQUE
to Mr.
from law of sin which is in my mem- I A revolutionary new tf'chniqtf"Is :

.L beautiful bers. O wretched man that I am! Jap Renegades Tear 1 introduced in "The Razor's

the who shall deliver me from the 1 Edge:. which has been definitely

Perry Murray Is by Mr. body of this death?" (Romans Up Surrender Leaflets !l'et for screening at the Prince

I Mrs. 7:22 24). LUBANG ISLAND. P. I.-Defiant 'Theatre Sunday-Monday. May 25-

The Lesson-Sermon also includesthe Jap "diehard" stragglers on this
1949 House piano 26.!
SpeakerTALLAHASSEE 70: miles from Manila tore
occasion following passage from the island In filmingthf' show Edmund
I surrender leaflets to bits as the Phil- '
Christian SciVnce textbook "Sci I
ceived Gouldmg treated the camera **

Rep. A. J. \ ence and Health with Key to the I| ippine army ordered a reconnais- a person: mounted throughout the
sance plane to augment its task
E. Murray, Frostproof lawyer and to a Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy. force. picture on a "doH v" or crane, the

citrus made "As mortals give up the delusion camera moved in and out of
grower Tuesday night was
I Leaflets written by Jap prisoners
named cream that there is more than one Mind I never still always observing -
speaker of the rooms
1949 Florida lof war were posted along a moun-
state house of representatives. i| more than one God. man in God's I t tain trail by a patrol. Twenty minutes and commenting in ('(relluloi

He won the postition by a 62to31 : After likeness willappear, and this eternal -I later they were found de- fashion, on the people involved in

vote over his only opponent cream man will include in the likeness strayed. the tensely dramatic story Thus

Rep. Neil C. McMulIen of Hills- all 1-'I... n omaterial element" <(191.4< I The Philippines force lost two entire sequencer; of the script were

borough county, in a caucus of ent was ----- - I men killed and six of the Japs were boggled up in a single take

Democratic house members.All j of y"I I killed in skirmishes recently. A Tyrone Power who is the leading -

other candidates withdrew The Mrs. Unwin Gives I Filipino civilian was reported killed character in this stony by \\..

prior to the balloting.B. I annual Circle by the marauders en the opposite Somerset Maugham makes hIs!
I side cf the isiar.d. Strong patrol
I in this
Robert Burnsed. Baker county 1 I since its first post-war appearance
forces are slowly closing in on therenegades for
farmer ficers piece Production was held up
attorney and was selected -
Mrs Horace t'nwin. pro ramchairman. .
as speaker pro tempore.He I hopeful eight months. in order that TV
presented a program on
received 54 votes to 23! for one of "The of might finish! his tint <.{ f<*:r yearsin
Japanese" at a meeting
Bernie C Papy of Monroe county I in the the I*. S. Marines Ty enlisted -
the Grace Jernigan Circle. First
and 16 for M. B Smith of Semi-I Day BaptistIV': at the home of Mrs Use Classified Ads as a private but was mustered

nole. I o-it a first lieutenant of Squadron
H. L Jaudon Tuesday evening.:;
The Tunis' members also redesignated of the .153. where he saw service in the
Talks on the program topic weregiven
; visitor Central and! South Pacific
the veteran Nathan R. Jonesof
by Mr W M. DuBose. Mrs
his Gene Tierney works opposite TV
Jacksonville as sergeant at J.v.. Wood. Mrs r. W. Knight I
He 'r. the picture. with John Payne.
arm was! served for 22 years.The and Mrs C n Starling; Mrs R
next Democratic how I A t(' \nrr- Bauer: nifton.hb and
S. P-outhit was in charge;: of the devotional I ..
rations w as set for July.:! 19tv in huted : *. II I Tractor Trouble? If.rh..r'Iar'han: )lending prin-

counties al support
Tampa. Mr! \\'II.Tllh.*. circle chairman M yb YourMAGNETO
--- --- season ) : ;
) presided 1 at the businf>" Ar
Fine Dinner
i\\irn:' : > TO (OMHVT:' :, Tropical I offering was collected for the pu--

ii.\I\: 1.11'I:' \Th.\ tracks ) base of materials for a box wnu Then Threw It To nut

time 1 I the circle is preparing to send T- 1)0-:' ItI... t"'r'J-. -'.t', j i'i. t' +: .

n.e .\ :M.>.H-ru. pastor of the I Japan fur 'iverwas relief. It wp a a a d l 'f, the. ..\ r.. .,'\ r. .!:ro' .. t ,

First n."tl" t'H.ur ch of Slate; arrunted that the circle metui: . .i'.c r.t'.f the t ":.e Tfl"tf

': b'en inxitfd t.. conduct r'- by Snr will he held in the Fellowship Ha': .Qlf k J'.t to l I.k <(' it: : ...r:' tat .

val .'n.I"ts in Palatka Monday ti:. Tar: !' on the night of May 27 wiTh Mrs. She: .:i" I'w.1f.r.! .w .t. g9A.' full
.' . -
1-ine :2nd thru Fndav the 13th. .'ri:,' .. !' A r* Santo; and Mr*. \\'. H Kerns o. )
!: 1
--- -- R. J lr'! ait -r; a* h,)!'*" SJM S -
,n.; t;. TVNtkmr ; ; I
The Warst'. Admini..tra.ti.)r MH L :;;p.'r and Mrs p .' .'. .. ,n
f' n"
v".v a''t. i. th.. S Ht.Kd ',. $10('.("'" M*" Wri s''!':
on tK r- 1 ("" '. ure Naval Live M"-',!.'\' : ..' -,'-vrir of t- I : : ',' .'w art' red .: t )1!

risk Ilt 'trt...TP. Santa Rosa Pa .itt- --. - -- "; .. I" ::!. tdr

peninsula TN- will be 1no .. I . ... .
area: tume her :- M P H..Irran. St Aj: .-*:T-- ::k, "n" 'I

rto t!:.' Florida Forest and and i rabeen named acting presu'r.: - ,. : hH V. J
DaxeMachimrx J-man' INNER-AIT ",",*,:- . .t
Park Servue for
development asa Pahokee.Ilobiw. of K'onda '
: A;rwavs up<>:: the r-!II':- ;;
Uand .
Hrbd they cleanse bows. ar
State Park.Mr. .
nat on of Tom Gordon of Orlar.d
: \ ice from I'tnrr.adl. art on lu .' 111
- ---- Repair its' *
Financial structure of the company -
1 ki4r MJseraM. ,
and -T
:ver pw.rie -
and Mrs. Homer Harpley Mrs: ? ill being revamped and plans
Phone 11W onr. feel different all w r 8don't >
and family were visitors in Miami collar
made for a sound rspatsion .
pro- "uffrrtr.e' Get 1fXEK-
CtFRISTUPi. LOR 111 % co o*>
13-\\tfkmd.. Satt1ro AD.:
AID SaU by a!) drug store

May 16, 1947 The Everglades News, Canal Point. Florida Page Seven

Men's Bible Class Has i' be taught by the teacher Rev. C. I *="-.r.:.fn....
Peeples Bill Has I A. Moberg. "The Struggle for So- I ;;
Recordttendance c ial Justice" is' a most timely one 1f1; r'
\ From I sit / Joe
I Marsh
\, ere
Plan For i and should give to all present an .. //
Unique ___, i'< *
i Last Sunday's scene in Baptis insight! as to the reason and cum I ;;; _

I Fellowship Hall at the meeting of for the chaotic conditions of this .
Future ED.D. WorkThe Ithe I Pahokee Men's Bible Class at dav. The Class Quartet will inc'l r. ':)
tf ; 'S.1. f ndustry: Looks I at
9:45: will long be remembered by All visitors and unaffiliated :
.-. :,
\) ,
those who were privileged to lxpresent. > are most cordially invited to attend I
drainage and canals committee Inspired by the largest: this Sunday. .1-. : .;}.t. r Our Town

of the House of Representatives Mother's Day: attendance in the- -

was scheduled to hear d-- history of the class, the musical CAA Cash May Be I Maihc >oa read how a group of As Hoc Walters sa}s.that sort ot
presented by the Class!'
bate on the bill introduced recently program indu'trialespertshatedecided; that life just naturally !sets jou up for
Quartet was of the finest. Denied By CongressNews
by Rep. Joe Peeples of Moore: the small town is the Ilacefor in- work the next day . whether it ain
Following the: recognition ceremony -
Haven to abolish the Everglades du, -nut bin: cit ies. Reasons tlicypive : otlioe.! mill or field. And loc
of the mothers and wives that a national house or'pr'sentatives
: are better hou-ins. pleasanter should know lie works: fourteen
Drainage District. A large dele- with the pinning on of corsagesby committees hat:
lining. and for hours, hut mis-es his
more opportunity ne\er morning
gation of interested farmers and the sons and husbands, th"surprise" > out out an appropriation for the
feature conducted. wholesome! recreation. "con>titutional" or his cvenirg
Okee- was Civil Aeronautics Administrationcame
from the Lake
taxpayers Beautiful photographs, 11 by H, as an alarming piece of information Well looking around our ton;n glass of beer with friends.
c-hobee Region of Palm Beach
of Mrs. G. M. Grimes, oldest mother to the county commission I'd say that was about! right. Mostof ; From where I sit, any industry

County were in Tallahassee yester- in the membership of th'! Monday.The : us own our homes,and keep them could profit from being in a town

day to appear before the committee church, and Mrs. James Batchelor. CAA. it was explain'd.had looking nice; we enjoy each other'scompany where wholesome living, temperance

and give reasons why the district youngest were presented. IndeeJ, planned to operate the: con : and our recreations are and friendship are the rule

should not be abolished. I these masterpieces by Bills Bos- trol tower Morrison field for mostly simple outdoor sports;, and

Rep. Peeples bill would changethe worth local photographer, brought civil aviation after the army in the evening a mellow glass of
board's set-up by electing many favorable expressions relative leaves in July. If its funds are beer with pleasant company. 9'e tJlLtuf(
members from each of the counties to the thhougtfulness of those cut off the county will have t) c

in the district. Violent opposition responsible for the deed. run the towerat a minimum an-

came when it was disclosed This Sunday's lesson, which will nual cost of .
$25.000 officials said. r.fJln'ril! 1917.; UnitedStates b'reu ers F t:m'lltlo.
that the voting power of t 1-
-- -
l landowners would he on an acre-

r.go basis and would put control of

the district! in the hands of the

larger landowners.Under .
the proposed bill fund

and lands in possession of the district ; -

board on July 1, this year, '
treasurer would be, turned who would over create to the:a tate fund

to retire the district's $ .OO.OOO
debt. County commissioners would I

l>e authorized to Continue levying 2WX
taxes now levied bv the drainageboard ; i Whf# fti jlAbld EQUIPPED TROliBLZ TRUCKS

} and turn them over to the ,
state treasurer.

Members of the board of county

commissioners of Palm Reach
county DO NOT want the job of
running all or any part of th:> ,
drainage district, it was pointedout I 0
Monday by the board.

should remain under a centralized
control and not divided among the: A MATTER OF SECOND COMPANY TRANSMITTER

11 county boards in the 11 counties RADIOS LOCATION OF TROUBLE TO CRUISING TRUCK-
in the drainage district.


wNN r 83'I

Sin Against Future :..

Blair's Sunday TopicThe

Morning Worship Service nl I
the Canal Point Methodist Church _
will have as its theme a sermon I I V
II t
== +
from the text Zechariah 2:1-2, =
"I lifted up mine eyes again, and I
looked and behold a man with a

measuring line in his hand. Then
said Whither guest thou? And s

he said unto me. To measure Jerusalem nj-j ,
to see what is the breadtl

thereof, and what Is the: length

thereof." The sermon will bo entitled -

"The Sin against the: Fu-



gospel hymns. The message
will be "The Gambler before God".
The Methodist Youth Fellowshipwill

hold an Ice Cream Party behind =
the church next Tuesday pt : __
= ; _
the regular meeting time of 7:30. = ;

Plenty of fun for all members Is

planned. Detailof our next out- _
ing, either a beach party or a havride. : -
will bo made in the busine __

so' ion. as well as plans for Summer -

Assembly camp.
The Young Married Fellowshiphad

a hilarious evening fun and

comradeship in their May' meeting.The _
gathering was held in the .r
home of the Edwin Dannt'llysitl1

the Monroe Popes and the Dan- .L

nelly serving as hosts for the even :!:; :

ing. The host for the next meeting OSl "ed your ."
will be the I.ot''nardf"ton'1!'

and the Rill Johnsons . with appooial

" meeting plannedThe _
Annual n.\" \'al't'l'k of the
z' s ". -
church will be held Jlln.I."* Th r,
leader will be a former pastor! of Tv.o-way F\l radio i i- but one of our many .-.c: .-_.

the church who will bo remembered n.-v. 1.-l.| "Jr Sun-bin' > -r\icr''' lr>>i it1t'\ol.\l ,.. iI. \
r .'r.
forever friend and '
a* a great
for sour Comfort toutrniencc and aafet}. jfC',i ct .., ? .-
to the entire community :
Dj-::; U.I.._ ..'
. . Capt Merrttt O SKiwson. .. .i
: :::::: :
1."wOl'\n went
Chaplain Chaplain a.... ... .,
directly from our church the
C. \
Service and hay had such a noteworthy I ,
career there that he plar-

present to stay. he in is the stationed Chaplaincy in Louisiana. A:- ;I I TLOR1DA! POffEflOfiBT fOMRUYtSfasr \ \ ;}

/ n. }.J. ,
A chunh"id.I1.'tion of clean
"I \' I:' radio tr&ttUr ,"","l.3 w.
u..1 clothir.c i is being mad. sponsored l in.1
6. in trriitrtuff ,1&.0116"0. 'F.---
bt : W S C. S. Anyoor.tnbutjors i Pass /_ fa ,1d ..oIl \ ;
of clothes for Europoan i dS/oW, ,hit ">", b.JFriday.
relief .riv be brought to the :

church or parsonage

Eight The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida Friday. May 16. 1947

Lair Named Head summer months as a preventative Band Concert Will I James Maxwell is a patient at Irs.\. Hansen of Miami is

: measure; against: the spread of I the Everglades Memorial Hospital visiting Mrs. H. M. McIntosh and

I polio. A clean-up campaign for this week. other friends in Pahokee this week.:
PahokeeCouncil Be Given
; the city will also be conducted. SundayThe

I Marvin Cowart. streets superintendent I NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to Section :3 of Chapter 1S296
Marshall Lair, owner of the was authorized to purchase Pahokee High School Band Lau of Florida. Acts of 1937. known as the MURPHY ACT. the following described -
Western I three carloads of rock, one I land in Palm Beach County Florida will be offered for pale at public
Auto Store in Pahokee, carload each month for the next under the direction of Bandmaster outcry for the highest and best cash bid. subject to the right of the Trusteescf
and hold-over member of the city the Internal Improvement Fund to reject any and all bid, at Courthouse
council chosen of three months, for the rebuilding I Robert O. Lampi will present its beginning at 10 00 O'clock A. M. on the 16th day of June. 1947.
as president
and repair of city streets. seventh anniversary concert in the As to lands out..ideany municipality easement for road right of way 200
that body Tuesday night at the reorganization feet wide will be reserved from any parcel through which there Is an
meeting. Terry Sell O. L. Flynn, city inspector, was high school auditorium on Sunday, existing state road. As to all land outside the corporate limits of any municipality -
granted an extra $10 a week for May 18, at 3.30 p. m. This will be as of this date title to one half of all petroleum and three fourths of
ers, new member of the Council, other mineral will be reserved: if lands are within said corprate limits as of
was chosen president pro tem by car expenses, payments to be retroactive I the final concert of the season in this date the reservation applies but privilege to explore mine and
to the date of his em- which graduating seniors who are develop will be conducted on and under land only with the consent of the
the group. surface
Immediately after Councilmen ployment. members of the band will partici- owner.DESCRIPTION- Sec. Twp. Rge. Acres
Lewis Friend and Marvin Un- pate. They are Billy Rawls, Frank Lots 38. 40. 42.' 44. 46 & 48
Robert Mackey and Victor Geiger C. W.: Copp's Additionto
before the council to Tillis. Milton Salvatore David
had all old business and appeared Boynton as in PB7
completed ask for a change in the zoning ordinance Thomas and Peggy Ann Moberg. P56 __________________.______________ 21 45 43
affixed their to all
signatures i Lots 54 3.56.' C. W. Copp's
documents in the handsfo I and it was decided to setup Phyllis* Belk, one of the band's Addition to Boynton as
necessary committee to hear in PB 7 P 56 __u.HUun________ 21 45 43
an appeal majorettes .also is a member of
City Clerk W. P. Walker, they I I Lots 55. 57. 59. 61 & 63.: C.
Jeft their seat at the council table their case. the graduating class. W. Copp's Addition to
i The : Boynton as In PB 7 P 56._____________ 21 45 43
sat with the large crowd of spec program Lots 58. 60. 62. 64. 66 & 68.
tators. Lions To Present Our Glorious Emblem DeLuca I C. W. Copp's Additionto
Raymond Overture Thomas Boynton as In PB 7
Mayor T. C. Richardson sworein P 56 ____.u___________________________ 21 45 43
Home Play Sabre and Sousa
Spurs : Lots 65 & 67. C. W. Copp's
the new members-Terry Sel- Band I Addition to Boynton as
lers and A. J. Gamot. They at I: In PB 7 P 56 .--__.._-______________ 21 45 43
"Cornza Poppin' 'is the title of Three Slippers JohnsonThe Lots 69 &' 71. C. W. Copp's
took their seats and participated -
once the Pahokee Lions Club Cavaliers Johnson Addition to Boynton as
in the organization of the the play ,. In PB 7 P 56 .______________________ 21 45 43
will present in the high school au- Trombone trio Milton Salvatore. Lots 74. 76. 78. 79. 80. 81
council. ditorium on the evenings of May Jack Majors and Billy Jernigan I. 83. 85. 87. 89 & 91. C. W.Copp's .

Mr. Lair was nominated for 22 and 23. according to an an- Danube Waves Ivanovici Boynton as Addition In PB 7 to P

president by Frank Shaughnessyand nouncement made at the club's Missouri Waltz Logan 56 ._._--___ _________--_____________ 21 45 43

the second came from Don Tuesday luncheon meeting.The Basie Boogie Jacobs Arran. Lot 97.I C to W Boynton Copp's as Addition in-

Hillier. The vote was unanimous.Don play, featuring an all-male Band PB 7 P 56 ----._ -_--_--___u________ 21 45 43
Hillier nominated Mr. cast of local talent with female Sax King Chennett Lot I, Block 5. Congress
Shaugh-I' Grove Boynton In
nessy for president pro I impersonators will be under the Saxophone solo. Billy RawlsU. PB 13 P 63 being a Subdivision -
withdrew his nomination when Mr. direction of Mrs. Alice Wood dra- S. Field Artillery March Of Lots 98 to

Shaughnessy nominated Mr. Sell- matic instructor. President Dun- . .. .n. Sousa 162 inc.. of C.-. W.----Copp'sAddition ------______________ 21 45 43
ers. The vote on Mr. Sellers also can Padgett appointed C. T. Desert Song Overture RombergEl Lots 2 & 3. Block S.

was unanimous.The Howes E. A. Jensen and C. A. Captain Sousa Congress in PB Grove 13 P 63 Boyntonas being a

council group voted to retain Batchelor on a Lions advisor Star Spangled Banner Subdivision of Lots 98

all city employees on their committee to assist Mrs Wood and Fillmore Arrang. Copp's to 162 Addition inc.. of C.-___-W.-:______________ 21 45 43
present jobs at their present salaries arrange for the production of the Band Lots 4 to 7 inc.. Block. 5.
until further notice. - Congress Grove Boyntonas
play. and in PB 13 P 63 being a
Mayor Richardson called the Frank Rozelle local delegate, :\ Mrs. J. 'y'. Wood were 1 1Ir. I l Subdivision of Lots 98 ,

council's attention to the proposedbill called to Alma, Ga., Saturday by to 162 Inc.. of C. V.
gave a report on the Lions State Copp's Addition ? ..:-:_____________ 21 45 43
in Tallahassee which would Convention which he attended in the death of his uncle Will Col- Lots 7 &' 9 to 12 Inc..

abolish the Everglades Drainage I Sarasota last week. President lins. They were accompanied home Block 1. Palm Beach

District. After explanation by i' Padgett and Mr. Jensen also attended this week by his aunt Mrs. Elsie County In PB IIP Club 43 Estates------- as__m________ 21 45 43
Paul Rardin of the bill and what the convention. It was reported Collins, of Lyons. Ga., who will Lot 8. Block 1. Palm
I Beach County Club
disaster it would heap upon the that the donkey sofeball visit her sister. Mrs. B. W. Wood, Estates as in PB 11 P 43_-____________ 21 45 43
Everglades farming area, the game played by Pahokee and Bel'Glade and family in Pahokee. Lots 15 to 24 inc Block 3.

council passed a motion against Lions on the city park dia- - in Palm PB Beach 11 P 43 County. .- 21 45 43
abolition of the district. The mond Saturday night netted the Mrs. C. S. Moore, accompaniedby S 300' Of N 380' of N'z of -*
mayor was instructed to wire the club $28.Albert. her daughter, :Mrs. Lucy Tooley SE 4 OF NW. & N'"

Palm Beach county delegation !n - and granddaughter, Judith Lynn NW OF .4 E.--.OF_ SW'_- _.u OF---___________ 21. 45 43 It
Tallahassee in regard to the action Herron is Tooley. left last week to spend the W'4 OF NW'. Less S
I 8564' &' N 1400' _ u___________ 21 45 43 6
the council.Councilmen at her home in Asheville,
by an appendectomy performed summer I Lots 166 &' 167. Rldgewood'
were named to com- at the Everglades Memorial Hos- N. C. During her absence the I as In PB 13 P 7 ._u _----_______--___ 21 45 43

mittees as follows: Lair, police and pital last week. His mother, Mrs. Moore residence on Canal Point Lots In 312 PB& 313.13 P Ridgewoodas 7 _.______u__________ 21 45 43
fire department; Sellers, finance; A. R. Herron, and sister Miss Lo- Road will be occupied by Mr. and Lot 23. Block 3. Lake

Camot sanitation and cemetery; rene Herron of Fort Mvers visited Mrs. Bill Rice and family Boynton Estates Plats
No. 1. 2. 3. & 4A a* In
Hillier streets, sidewalks and him at the hospital on Thursday PB 13 Pgs. & 53 &
park: Shaughnessy. utilities. The Misses Ruby Jane and Vir- PB 14 Pgs. 1"f& 69 -_ -mn______ 29 45 43
evening. S 125 of Ml, of E'. of
Mayor Richardson was authorized ginia McClure of Coral Gables Lot 2 W of Ry Subdiv. _____________ 33 45 43 1 -
to make arrangements to have Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gartland spent the weekend with their par- Lots 7 & 8. Block 4.
Gulf Stream Estates .
the community dusted with DDT spent the past week' end with rel- ents. :Mr. and Mrs. O. B. McClure Plat No. 2 as in PB 13

by plane the in Pahokee. P 51 .. . u__.___nn___ 4 46 43
periodically through atives in Orlando. I
Lots 13 & 14. Block 5.
Gulf Stream Estates
PUt No. 2 as In PB 13
P 51 _. -. ._.___ uuuu___________ 4 46 43
r w F FFFFtI Lots 15 & 16. Block 5.
Gulf Stream EstatesPlat
No. 2 as In PB 13
P 51 .u .. _uuu.u___________ 4 46 43

Have You Paid A Visit To . g Lots Gulf 15 Stream& 16. Block Estates 6.

Plat No. 2 as In PB 13
p 51 .. __. __________ 4 46 43
tl Collins Furniture StoreOn o Lots Gulf 5 to Stream 8 Inc. Block States 15.

Plat No. 2 a-s In PB 13
P 51 ___uun____ 4 46 43
Lots 1 to 4 inc Block 16.
In Belle Glade ?
Avenue A Gulf Stream Estates
Pat! No 2 a. In PB 13
P51 ____u________ 4 46 43
Lots 5 to 8 Inc Block 16.
One of South Florida's finest furniture stores. Located in a Gulf Stream Estates
Plat No. 2 as in PB 13
PSI. __- .__n_________ 4 46 43
rI handsome recently constructed concrete block building" Lot I to 4 Inc Block 17.
Gulf Stream Estates
Plat No 2 as In PB 13
P51 .______h____ 4 46 41
Lot 5 Block! I Dell Parka

22 BED 19 LIVING f; 3.4 subdivision in S&S'ofLot2W PB" 8 P 56 of beinga Lots

of R> Sudbtvlslon __un_______ 4 44 4J
o Lot 7 Block 1. Dell
being a "ubdlvl. lcn cfIxits
3 4 5&S'zofLot
2 W of Rv .Subdivision _________u___ 4 46 O
On The Floor On The Floor lot In Block 1 Doll
Park a.* in PB 8 P 56
brine a *ubdvl!lon of
"-3: 4 5'": S'2 of Lot
2V <-,' Rv Subdivision ___u__.__- 4 46 41T
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All Kinds of Floor Covering P.trk ain PB 8 P 5 6
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2 W of Subdivision ___. ._n______ 4 4*; 43
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STOVES-Kerosene Gas Electric e Pi-< a> !n PB 8 P 58
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