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:
September 5, 1947
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Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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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RRC Phone Investigator Girtman Is Karelin Will Seek : 10,500 County Residents Meet, Greet I

I Re-election In :May

Coming To Pahokee For Bell Quiz Today And Eat In Gala Event I In Pahokee

| (Count Commissioner Paul
I I Kardinill !*, a candidate forreelection I I
,V. F. Girtman director of communication At the rate of more than 100
i in the spring o pri- a
Retread Job To Cost I i Post Office At Canal
for the Florida Railroad 1 O1ar '. Hi* formal announce- I minute 10.500 citizens of Palm

and Public Utilities Commis- 8159,000 Between ;i ment will forthcoming in due I Point BrightenedWith Beach county passed through the

sion in Tallahassee will be in Pa- Belle Glade PahokeeThe I,!j time, along with complete summary i New Paint barbecue lines at the state market -
of hi. record in office.
where he will platform Monday consumed -
morning I I Kardin said o : "I sill seek re around 7.00O pounds of bon<>,|
hear testimony in regard to the State Road Department on : election rictl). upon my record i The interior of the Canal Point baby beef pork shoulders and

inefficient and inadequate service last Thursday received a low bid in office and my accomplishments :: post office offers a cheery greeting spare ribs. To say that the \\ hoJ.-
rendered the SouthernBell of S159.000 from the Dickinson since taking 0\fOr the job. :
being by : affair is
: to patrons ince it has had anew was a huge success put-
Telephone Company. Ti? Construction company for retread I I sill not a-k the people of the coat of paint. A great deal ting it mildly. Comment from t'.u: >

hearing will be held in the Lions ing the road between Stuckey's Glades to re-elect me on promise Iof| ivory paint was used to cover east coast where the majority if
club building and all subscribersto railroad crossingthrough Paho i *, but sill present to them
up some of the darker spots* i i the visitors came from, is to th-
phone service are requested to I keeto Belle Glade. It is expected cold facts and figures showinguhat '! the office. Fixtures were given anew effect that the day was outstanding -
appear and tell the investigatorabout that work will get under wayon this section ha. reeei\f'di
I I and brightening coat of stain. in"l'ry way a complete Sll'-
the kind of service the much-needed job within tae: under administration as.
they i i my The windows and doors on the outside cess and splendidly handled h"
receive.Mr. I next f\v weeks.Thomas I county commissioner.. were also brightened with a those in charge.The .

Girtman was through Paho- I .. I _____ I coat of blight preen to replace the spt'akingJlroJram sta rh'.I!
kee on Tuesday of this week and dull and unsightly white of naryyears I at 11 a. m. and continued until

made arrangements with Pai : Gives J L'w ; Hard And Fast RulesIn service.Work noon when serving:: of barlntruf b.gan. .--

Rardin for the meeting to be held Regard To Zones _e-- I The meeting was called t..
today. Mr. Girtman has requested I order C.V.. Garner. silt-ni
by 1'1"-
the state engineer of the phone I Price On Baby Beef I For School Children Out Plans To I of the Palm Beach County Hesourcess -
company to be present for the ; Development B u a r d,
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rearing and tell subscribers whatis i ForBigRarbecueBrad j Chef of Police: Altaian Morganof | sponsors of the day's affair. Rev.

service in the is concerned.future as far as phone II i Pahoke, Constable! FranciCro. Operate Migrant i JC. T. Bowes pave the' invocati nand
| a word of welcome came from
--- Thomas of the Thomas .<=s and Deputy Sheriff Frank Camps In Gladesi I I Judge Joe White who also intr >
O'Connell of Canal Point havepone .
Packing Company in Okeechobee duced the master of ceremonies
Traffic Handled ,i into huddle and made I I
a Boni'hard
is due a great big round of applause I I | State Attorney Phil O'Conne'1.Paul .
.| and fast rules) in regard TO i Plans are being made for local brief outline
for the part he played in Rardin gave a
And Not
Perfectly Monday's barbecue. He furnishtJ !I school zone driving during the: housing authorities to take over J'of the day's activities.

t A Fender DentedTraffic the meat-and at a price that I l coming school t-?"rn. These law and operate eight *'n' hast. FInr- Jee.-es A. Harper, president of
even surprised cattle men who i enforcement officers fSfct ?n>- ; ida inigiatory labor wraps iurai the Florida Federation of Labor,
:I torists to conform to all rules and i which federal funds will be witL-
John It. Beacn-
at the barbecue Monday participated in the event. "Rockbottom" made a short talk.
regulation as they pertain to drawn at the end of this month. brief
where hundreds of automobiles is the only word that will t am. state" senator made a
school zones and busses in Paho- i Gov. Millard F. Caldwell has advised Elliott
carried thousands of people was describe the price that Mr. Thomas talk as did State Rep. B.
handled superbly by a force of officials made the barbecue committee on kee and Canal Point. 1 : the United States Department of Pahokee and State n.-p. Russell
and not a fender was dent the vast amount of meat served The officers were of the opinion of Agriculture that the state O. Morrow of Lake Worth. lion. I.

ed. Parking was expedited by the The price was far below any other j that cooperation had been splendid: has neither funds nor authority toacquire Mark Wilcox gave the feature ad-

efficient parking plan worked out offer made by any packin ; in years pone by. and they hopeit the camps and has given dress of the day and speakingwas
will ho just as good in the fu- his "full indorsement" to of Hon
well in advance of the big day. concern in South Florida. ; pans brought to a close by
Sheriff John Kirk and a host' of The beef was baby beef and I' ture. If it i isn't' then the men with the local agencies. John 1-:' nollin er, general chair-

df'putif's"PB Police Chief Jack boned in the Thomas plant in badges: will make cass against I The camps were built at a cost man of the celebration.
Thompson and several men from Okeechobee between midnight Saturday ![ those" who don't conform to the of about $3.000.000 to nous' 1 During the afternoon there was

his force Lake Worth Police Chief night and Sunday morning i rules. transient labor for the rich vegn- I a rodeo at Elks grounds, outboard
; So. we suggest that you as a table producing area around Lake the dock in Pah -
Sanders and several of his men. when it was brought to Pahokee.A i motor races near
!: motorist cooperate thoroughly and Okeechobee and south of Miami. | Lake Okeechobee. baseball !
Chief R. C. Croft of Delray Beach refrigerated truck brought the I <>kee on
Pahokee Chief Altman Morganand I big shipment of meat to Pahokee.All fully with the requests: of the three They have a capacity of about : game at Bacom Point field a
his entire force Constable: day long Sunday the trucK I flaw enforcement officials. You') 9.000 workers. (I.square dance at *;+ o'clock in th.-
I bo helping the school youngster*, The Canal Point. EvergladesOkrerhohoe. ball )..,-
Francis Cross of Canal Point anJ i stood by the massive barbecue pits I evening and a game
Constable Ray Whitlock of Belle I with electricity 1 turned on so that 'you'll be hf'lflinc"ourH.1f and Osceola. Pahokee, twen West Palm Bach and Canal -

Glade and a whole flock of Highway there would be no chance for a I everybody will be happy. Pompano. Redlands and South Point terms.

Patrolmen. Corporal W. R. i slip-up in the fresh condition ,>f .- Dad" ramps are involved in the Not listed on the program but:

Kaufman's co-workers from the ': the meat. Actual cooking startled I \I.T'I \XSf) MYKL TIIXNK.LAIHKS plans. received warmly by the hug'

east coast Chief "'. H. Cochranof I late Sunday afternoon. : UIIO SKKVKII FOOII Charles Brannan.. acting secretary crowd was Congressman! : fwl mgnt
Belle Glade and Chief C. G. | Oldtimer.s. who have barbecue. of agriculture: last week Rogers who flew to Pahok--

Payne of South Bay made up the :tons of meat in their day were I Myr! W.JIianis; ami Altman ..:-- advise Go,'. CaMwell that a new I!especially: to attend the mating
day's traffic unit. agreeably surprised at the splendid wish to thank all "f tht federal law provides! that such '' :Mr. Ropers was: vacationing: in

To handle sucha large crowd-- manner in which they receivedthe lidies who !served! barbecue at t'i" ramps! may not he operated at North Carolina when he receivedthe << ,

10.i OO people and their transportation truckload of meat from th" : Labor Day m.-etinc; at th government f'xpt'naftf'r next I invitation to Htt -nd.
without mishap of packing plant.Emory Jan. So. huT actually no funds are ,
a any V't* :-:arkrt The felons! are: oft -.---' --
--- :available: to run: them after Sept
kind for the officials
spt'aks"f'll ';.e .r'inn: t'.tt ' th'l.atxs'
who took care uf the traffic. To Sears Brings r-.1: 1 li. the re"-ir-J tnf"'f'lIIM SO 2 Stations BroadcastLabor
each and every one of them w. --"t a1.'n nadr.Belle ""'e expert to arrange with Events
Outboard farmers' association or other to Day
Cash Prize
extend the heartiest of congratulations ------
take over the camps' in your staten
and say with sincerity.
"Thanks! fellows it was a swell :Money To Canal Point <- or b.tore that date and ftrrao.> WJ.NO AND WIRK. Wet I'aln-
j.'b:' Glade Editor them until arrangements are male. IJ.aih radl"!i .t.huns " a.v .-'
under of th.- I-tNir Day barb .
Emory Soar. Canal PosnT. f'-r their final disposition nt
---- -- flashed across the finish lintin.! Says BarbecueVas pro.,',son": of the law which : Mi.jfd'c cur from the *p..akr,,' platfor'"

County Home Kiddies the: o'ltrmanl motor beats nostwin :Magnificent AffairLuther and nonprofit organization;: Roth stations mltt"lIt" direct lir.-
> Monday and carried away rir.-f>r*>nr'- in their !-al..." Brannan till their wtudios in West Pal! .
Enjoy Bar-B-Q. RodeoAlUrt the majority of the pnze mon -ai-l. Heat h and m..tonJ't"orninJ: a: :
He won two heats in the :.-!:p -' .n ->. I'uloli..h.'r "f <";.'% f.ildwII! replied that the going over Palm Beach (.oun. ',

Fromd of Canal Point amateur class:: races staged by tr; the 11.11..lade Il.ral.l. one tf ! the was the committeeman in chargeof West Palm Beach Prcpellor art pal I authority or money with which with happenings at the StaMarket. o t.
>-nt> i.f hanc'" >ul>liit\ to .
the youngsters from the Palm Sail club for the entertainment: ". -ontin-ie operation. of these .
thf hi:; Utrl..i u>-. ..aid .>l-.ndaaftcrniMin > .
Beach County Children's Horn- the all-county barbecue crowd. ..iir.psHowever Operators and owners ofr i
at the barbecue Monday. There The races were heM or. Lake that "it ua the there if a movement radio stations are t.> !.. < ongr.t'
urit.-..t'l| .
were 3,) of the youngsters and arrangements Ok."'.. horvtjust across the dk! -\er a-v.-fiil.l.-tj .- !rway to set up !n earn of tee ula'ed for their interest la tnday's -
were made for then from the citv hall: in Pah..k-'e an 1 in I'.ilm It.-.uPt -.tint. lie ''*:.'r-ur.tws: where they are lo- happenings ,;1.....' lister.
to eat and drink! and attend thrixloo -' were w':tnesetd hv thojisa-!ls "nir.f'nt sat .. hanillntij! "l'f -:ndr a statute local of radio brnadf arts, will in It* 1

free of all charge They enjoyed hols.Jav folk who parked! their a' nifintU and rtes p.ron rep. :-:: vth.r'nt;''s to acquire. turn always. hav a kind f..1.! .
.. . '
>n iM<- f .r the .t\ .
it and Albert Fremd u* de- on the d;kf'. Jimmy Shadle -.fWest :' .'' and operate tfce*"> mstal- for tr." two st'.' r. n West Pai-,
- K .! -
u e''Hnnaen.Lii jtln
*",'rvinJf a word of commendati : Palm Reach w.-.n th.> fre' f. :I.v.< n* for the !same uses and pur- Beach
To which th. editor nf th
for taking care of the young &11 race and Emory came in 5f';or : :' r--''''''>. U originaHv: intended by the -- --- -
meters :n such splendid manner. in thievert.; n.-w pujwr arfiK "Thank*. laiI.r federal government.Surh Dr aDd Mrs LW Arm-'-:
.. it i j.. kind rTnarU Ilk.tbe.e
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a plan ha my full hid ; and Mr and Mr H. P St.vrhas
--- Mr and irs. Max Beverly arson that tend to r*- nrnt Iriend.hipI .. -!"",,mf'1.t! and would work to .x- a* gu*.ti on Labor Day I'-

County Rock Pit have returned fcorre aft-" clo-t-r.aAof--.tu.-n. t."n. in the i :!i-.t advantage in ttw stal and MmV F! Van Ldan4mffrar'

!rrvrd'.c: the s inm f r sn Oc 1'w.t- I rrt>* v>'mif b* In a pest and too Harold r>f West P&lrr.Esra6'shed
Still Under Water T.ft. Ga. .. r-- .e' -; rap 4- P.\i

Page Two The Everglades Nevis. Canal Point. Florida .
Friday. September. 19*

THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing I :::;: Other blame it upon re>id:;,' vie> ire efficient when it comes to
I TOO LATE TOCLASSIF I from streams and rivers washeij r >let! ting; fee and dues and ar_>
the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region j lL. the waters of the Gulf or say: not a bit bashful when it comes to
i it is caused by an over abundance askingclngrt'ss the
Established 1924 Published I or legislaturefor
Every Friday .
Subscription Price 82.00 Year In Advance I I ,of fresh water.Ianv hull the increased budgets they appear
opinion that poison gas containers absolutely helpless in the face of a
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn (By Russell Kay) I dropped in Gulf water" by the situation that is really serious and
Army; have poisoned the waters. It calls for quick and decisive action
Canal Point. Florida, Second Class Matter '
as For two months or more residents I is known that quantities of gas They can catch the fisherman wno

Paul of a section of Florida's Gulf w :c' cli-po-ed' of in this manner 1 pulls in a trout out of season ir
Kardin Owner Editor Publisher
Coast from Ft. M\ers to Tarpon !i but Army officials say that it I II attempts to operate a boat withouta
Springs have been plaused with aj I could not be the cause license but can do nothing t 1
Eskimos On ReliefFor mysterious so-called "red tide" Analysis of both sample of too prevent the wholesale destructionof :

:some: reason, Canada'- northern caribou herd changed ; that has killed ird continues to '! water and of the dead fish has millions dollars worth of fi,....) l
their migration route this year. This doe> noteem at Kill millions of fish casting their .shown traces of arsenic and a-> fish. and a condition that threatens -

first; glance very important. but it results in an entire government inking bloated carcasses on the arsenic is one of the elements employed to wipe out the commercial
department going into action. beaches in the manufacture of Lew fishing: interests of the West
It has caused damage estimate isite and other cases: this fait Coin
Cp there north of the Manitoba border the eccentric be
in the millions from los of MMI- i[ teems::; to strengthen the., b.;>I.:'! Maybe they couldn't di anything
haviour of the caribous brought tragedy for food
; supply was
mer tourist trade at beach resorts that there might; be justificationfor about it the first week or even the
caribou and fish.:: Word trickled out to Ottawa that these:: ".
and has put commercial fishermenrut the gas theol' first: month. but now that twoi
bewildered families were dying of starvation. Straightawaythe of business.In Bathers in Gulf waters infected i I month! have gone by the situation
health department made plans; to :send: in a relief plane desperation, local resident' with the tide have experienced'I ':continually grows worse: it seems
carrying food fish net.::;, ammunition and other supplierTho have turned to state county and skin eruptions similar to burns i that something could be done for

( :-:e bearing relief were instructed, furthermore to signup ; federal government for help bat from poison gas according to attending ] the suffering residents of the afflicted -
the families for baby bonu-es; under the national Canad- despite the millions of taxpayers j physicians. None of the ,I area and the commercial
ian family allowance act money spent annually for the i cases has proven of a serious nature I' fishermen who have seen theTbumess

These particular Eskimo* have }been isolated for generations maintenance of bureaus boar Is although several persons \\e'' ruined through no fault
and commissions set up in the confined to hospitals for treanient *- of their own.51.1WSONS.
; up there in the near-artic fast no*:*:. Probably in all of (
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public welfare, the State Conservation -, Recognizing the danger. officials .
Canada there ino; people :so: close to the aboriirnal. Few
Department. the Federal of Gulf Coast communiti IIX\K: Xrr.IITF.U
have ever seen a white man. Think then, what their sentiments Bureau of Fisheries the State in the infected area immediately I _

were when the great mechanical bird disgorged white Board of Health. the Departmentof placed a ban on bathing as well a-1 An announcement from Rev

recuerfootl; and the puzzling offer of help.from the family Fish and Wild Life Conservation fishingIt .I land Mrs Merntt Slaw:>on, 516
allowance act and several others. none of seems strange that with all Thompson St. Bossier C"ltLa... is

The money in itself may mean little to the E kim()-*. But the agencies: has so far l been aVle the money spent by the government to the effect that a new daughter.
they will s tools and I blankets and those things will mean much. or 1! \"e any service in meeting the for public welfare and conservation at their home on August 2!*. 1917.

Maybe the change in caribou routing may not have been emergency I that the scientists and autho-- Mother and daughter are in excellent -
such bad Handicapped with lack of fund? i ities at their command are unab'f health Rev Sliwson is a
a thing after all-Sanford Herald.
and limited as to equipmentiti to offer any real help in this emergency former pastor of the Canal Pom'
which to work. County Boards Methodist church and recently
Steady CustomerA have done everything" possible t'J' While these" governmental agen- conducted a revival here

little man walked to the box office, bought a ticket and dispose of the tons of dead fist i j

went in. A few minute later he returned bought another cast upon the beaches, but the area | --- "- - -- --- ----
ticket and again went in-ide.: Three times the same thing affected is so vast and the problemso 1---
difficult that the effort has b >tnj I
happened. IJy the fourth time the girl in the box office was l j little more than a token compar,>J

completely perplexed and :1ked'h do you keep buying to the gigantic task it pres<'nts. I
tickets to go into the theatre?" Appeals to Tallahassee and PONY CLUB

"It's not my fault," replied the little man.hThe)' keep Washington have brought sympathetic I

tearing them up every time I go inside."-The Link. expressions from enato,s.

representatives, department and -P.n mn:EChickenChowMein$1.00-
Waste Of Money bureau officials but nothing concrete -
in the way of assistance or in
Sandy bought two ticket on a raffle for :25: cents apiece finding a solution to the problem '
and won a $1iOO automobile. When friends= called to congratulate Professors from the Universityof I'

him they found him wailing. Tampa and University of Miami
"%Vhy, mon. what's the matter wi' ye?" one of them as well as officials of the Federal \\ITI1 NOILISC1:11.
asked. Bureau of Fisheries have been .

"It's that second: ticket," Sandy cried woefully. "I cannaimagine making investigations They hav I
= examined the fish killed by t'lplague "' ITALIAN SPAGHETTI Sl.OOM .
why I ever bought it. --- Lucas O.. Pre:,s. _u _u_ .
analyzed the water of th<* I
.\ n\T n\u
killing tide and given a number'of

West Palm Beach Publication"TIFF"Prints explanations none of which his :
helped to stay the destruction or ; Tenderlion Steak Sandwich. 75c

Kind Words About Our Barbecue meet the the meantime emergency.In the. destructive I I ::1 ON" TOXVT. 1'OTATOTK.N.' SAM .\ ..\ )

"red tide" continues its lethal
-- march as its poisonous waters ;j I Cuban Sandwich------------ 50c
( By Life Hoskins "TIFF"' I ._
in ) itions( in another plume in the cap: sweep on to new areas killing all un
(Published in West Palm Beach) of .
manner of sea life. endangering" > r.LAsx OI' IIKKK:
Whin you can succeed in getting
swimmers caught in its vicious
10.OOO residents in close harmonyat j And that crowd of more than !
J embrace. making homes! untenable !
old fashioned birbecue old ten thousand attendance
an persons in and i
threatening the public health ; I
fashioned as surrey top fringe I at the RDB ''phud & phunphest" While no one seems to know the i !
assembled in one monster mob offt'lIohip STEAKSCHOPSFISHCHICKEN
: in Pahokee l.1sttonday answer scientists offer their pe:
then jou've got a rightliteabte : shows how residents of this pieceof explanations as to the cause of tJutide !
country friend. Also, youare '
geography actually feel about They say that minute organisms ,
not stretching the point too I
Palm Beach County Prior to the which have developed in th' '
far to expect considerable PROGRESS .
water attach themselves to the
barbecue s announcement no : I
thereabouts. gills of fish and smother them to I
doubt there were" tKousands wno 1 I I
An! that's what the Palm Beach j' had made earlier plane to be else- I death by preventing their breath* ----

County Resources Development j jwhere for the long weekend Us- I II I

Board did last Monday, Labor i ually on that sort of double headier -
nay on the sunny southeastern i i holiday, folks get away front =,
shores of mighty Lake Okeechobes their home cixic gyrations, but I 1 I I
in that up-and-coming of Pa- I from the barbq's first announcement

hokee" this was recognized as a
I! "natural" An affair that drew a', Glades Club i
S<> congratulations to the Palm
"must"on the schedule of attend- I
Beach County KDB in Riving cause |lance from our county patriotic
for one of the greatest; gathermgJf citizens
pure friendship-creation e\er I UNDER MANAGEMENT: :
written in the history of this political Tho...> awful roads made so by

subdivision. And congratu- ,summer floods and heavy traffic; ,
Ittions down thru Cal Garner. Del- Ifrom i a skj\iew mUst have presented This Week End Presents
ray Beach HI>B' friendly count v a heavy congestion of \ehicles -
president: lUlph Blank. RDB d\- that day \\'hthe automobiles At Your Request
name manager: the Hi>n, John alone of the state politicians
BollirKer. capable g-t'nt'r.4hsslmo of must have swollen traffic ta
festivities: I'ahokees forceful a it-wing; posnt With the primaries -
State Repres,ntatixe B Elliott: coming: up next :ornr. th.-y t .
Jack Sutor. mister of the word- could from afar sctr.t the po"sbilitj *- I
mill and publicity chairman: Vhoktv's \- c>f gladhandir.g a great !t dSI.50
own inimitable: P. P. d-*- crowd And: they were as wtUon snail \
Mo\a.: the Glades tireless CountyCommissioner. at Pahokee" as the popes m the I',

Paul Hartln-: early part of the year There was ,
congratulations down thni th' no 'politicking' from the speaKi i

hundreds of gratis hands that day ers plitform But a platoon of { With Idaho Potatoes
These: congratulations are statewide political celeb were u.- ',
tK! .' lotus blossoms! of the Nil- diduallirtriHijv.ed b>' MC Phl j

or the pesky but downright pret *- '' 0 Connell. State Senator |
\ I hyacinth blooms on Lak: Beacham R OkoechoNv That show w.i ;tzigirit the Hon John Bolr.get't! :
> a \.entable.a t mixer al And nary a leak or drip )f FISH CHICKEN SHRIMP
that added a great dual more c..- politick* fell from their !ups when ,
ment to the f nen. ..hip in this \"astert'pire. they tad the opportunity of aidressre '

Palm Brach County It the huge gathering The
w,is an all-county affair. if jouMjcce.ful d.dn reed ;t in root cases fi'-r 1 FROG LEGS

J'\! "", the populace as a who was tole--
Fth buRP. which atprcpo'- able well acquainted: with who waswto t

bined s.ich stupt'nJu\u : i on that gw.C35 n. .- =
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September 5, 1947 The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Page Three

New Kind Baggage II CHURCH SCIENTIST OF CHRIST What Do You Know Pahokee Industrial Advantages ShownIn

Heads For Colleges I "MAN" is the subject of the About The Way Fish II I

LessonSermonwhich will be readin Recent FP&L
WASHINGTON Railway Churches of Christ, Scientist Eggs Are Hatched Survey By Company

Express Agency noted Tuesdaythat throughout the world on Sunday -
times have changed. Even in : September 7.Golden. Salty Mallants, outdoor editor i I As an aid in attracting business:: 1 1f lthe I communities it serves. Along

the matter of student baggage.Yesteryear The Text is: "God said 'of The Miami Daily News and I'f and industry to Pahokee an extensive with the survey the power company -

says Railway Express Let us make man in our imag?, radio station \VIOD, has beet survey of the many industrial I is distributing a thought
it was a comparatively sim-I after our likeness" (Genesis 1:26). awarded a special new model radio provoking booklet, "How You Can
of Pahokeearea I
I by the Quiz Kids which advantages
ple collection couple of trunksor Among the citations which comprise program Bnng Progressive Industries to
used one of his questions recently! has been prepared by Florida "
suitcases, tennis rackets, a ,I the Lesson-Sermon is the f- Your Community and State.
raccoon coat. lowing from the Bible: "Know :ye on the show. Power & Light Company in conjunction .

:that the Lord he is God: it is "he The question was "Why are the with Florida State Advertising i I FRANK ROZELLKV.S BUSY
But cribs :
now: baby carriages, ,
sea horse the black bass and the Commission. Pete
'that hath made us, and not we I.XLL DAY MONDAY
bassinettes "and many other assorted ::ourselves; we are his people, and catfish considered the best fathers Moya. district manager for de-I:
household effects. Frank Rozelle was one of the
I I the sheep of his pasture" Psalms found in both salt and freshwaters power company, announced '
busiest i men in Pahokee on Monday -
There of three-cor- "
are plenty 1100:31.> ? I
nered pennants in evidence, but I The Lesson-Sermon also includes The Quiz Rids answered the day.Besides being available at the I: at the big barbecue. Frark
i handled the entertainment superbly
with a difference. The Express the following passage from question correctly stating that the power company office here copiesof '
with efficient bunch of
company reported: |the Christian Science textbook. male seahorse incubates the eggsin the survey have been furnisried i an help
"Drivers making deliveries to ',"Science and Health with Key to a little pouch on the undersideof by deMoya to the City Hall ers. When Frank is put on a committee -

student living quarters have noted I' the Scriptures" by Mary Baker its body, the black bass builds where anyone may see them. I i you can just about bet
I i bottom dollar that the
that the traditional school pennanthas Eddy: "Man's individuality is not the nest and guards it during the Business men interested in locating 1 j your jobwill

been replaced in many places material . What then is the period of incubation and the male here will find much helpful ::'. bo done correctly..
with baby clothes hanging to dry." material personality which suffers:, catfish carries the eggs in its information in the report which !! -

The trend of the times came in sins, and dies? It is not man, the mouth and refuses to take food for covers more than a score of sub- : Inoculate Dogs To
for comment in connection withan image and likeness of God. but approximately 30 days. jects including labor and raw materials I I
Prevent Rabies
express company statement man's counterfeit the inverted - ---- available here, utilities, i I

asking extra careful addressing of ,likeness the unlikeness called sin. PollyPigtail ClubIs transportation facilities, health: i i
assorted items belonging to G. I. :i !sickness and death. The unreality conditions, housing stores .schools, County Veterinarian Raniey will

student-fathers theirwives and ;I of the claim that a mortal is Organized Pahokee and municipal finances. be in Pahokee at the city hall at

families. I the true image of God is illustrated DeMoya states that the local 1:30 p. m. next Wednesday to givedogs

by the opposite natures of I A group of girls met at the groups gave valuable help whitn treatment to prevent rabies
contributed to the completeness of :;:There will be a charge for thi-
Spirit and matter. Mind and body,
Die I home of Mrs. G{'(). B. Ramey on
Eight Negroes for one is intelligence while the the survey. He believes this is the work.
Thursday afternoon of last weekto ------ -
From Wood Alcohol other is non-intelligence" (285:2- first occasion in the history of'
3'-.). organize a local unit of the Pahokee that such a complete report Following a conference with

Polly Pigtail Club. of local resources has beencompiled. Seaboard Airline Railway officials,
Eight negro convicts were deal --- for the Chamber
Officers elected Phoebe a spokesman Quincy
Wednesday morning at State Prison It will be used not only locally! of Commerce announces that
No. 2 Belle Glade the I Ann Ramey, president; Marcia
near as Convicts Caught
but also by the State Advertising" chances are good for the remodeling
result of nocturnal Jean Guthrie, vice president and
a "party" Ly I Commission in the industrial phaseof ,, and improvement of the Set-
16 negro inmates Tuesday night After :Making Break Joyce Lynn Hurt, secretary. Mrs.Ramey .
its halfmilliondollarsayearadvertising board station in that community.
with wood alcohol stolen from the I volunteered to act as club
I program and by Florida Every indication points to a
Seven others Under the relentless fire of a counselor.
paint shop. Hialeali
Power & Light Company in its banner racing season at
were in less sserious condition. posse of State, county and city Community service was chosen ,
vigorous and far-reaching programfor Race Course this coming season
Two negro workers in the paint 1 I officers four convicts who escaped by the group as the objective the Industrial Development of officials report.
shop during the prison's' $400,00 i i early Tuesday afternoon from :n the club and the first project will I

construction program, slipped a i''State Road work gang about four t.t' the making of picture scrap
pint of wood alcohol from the I mile west of Twenty Mile Bend I,hooks for children who are patients -

paint shop Tuesday afternoon : were captured near the Bend at I' at the local hospital. Meetings -

Granger said in a statement.The about 2:30 Wednesday morning.An will be held regularly on
two secreted is until they II unidentified State guard left Thursday afternoons and each QUIZQ.

went to their quarters Tuesday I hidden in bushes at Twenty Mile member will answer the roll call I

night. There they mixed it with Bend, paved the way for the cap- by telling of some special service
coffee in a glass jar and passed it ture of the four who made a desperate she did the previous week. Insteadof I

among their 14 fellow negro inmates ; bid for freedom shortly club dues a sunshine collectionwill i

Capt. Granger added. iI i after 1 p. m. Tuesday. I be taken at each meeting. Q. What i is tin most talkt'dalloutuhjt'ct in
I Joyce Lindsey was named welfa-i
WVst Palm Hoach Today?
I chairman for the next meeting.
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I Following the business session

i games were played and refreshments A. PARKING !
i iI
i : of cookies and Coca-Coias

'were served by Mrs. Ramey. Q. What can be clone about it ?
Shrubs and Trees -

Youth Groups Will I A. Let LOU BHA CII[, Olive Aw. and First St..

in the center of the shopping} } district in
West Palm Beach take care of your parking ;

First Methodist Church of problem
Authorized Sales and Service
Pahokee announces that Rev. C. T.

JACOBSEN POWER AND I Howes the pastor will use as the: QIloty?
Communion Meditation next Sunday -
HAND L.A'VNIO"TERS: : the Theme: "Following Him". A. Any one of the following services entitles you

The sacrament of the Holy com- to a FKEE PAHKINT SPACE ALL

munion will b' observed at 11:00a. DAY if you like: Fill up with jrasoline .
' : ISLAND LANDSCAPE m. The evening service will bin .>
CO. charge of the young people of a wash job oil change or lubrication .

: Open Wednesday and Saturday; afternoons I the church. The young people of polish job or a wax job.
the church who will be going to
: lIOn Southern H n1., West Palm Beach : college will be guests of honor anti

i i i the returned ilel! 'g.ites from th" LOU BRANCH

I I Youth Assembly at Lakeland win I
II give their reports of the assembly;;
I:: I OHve :\VC'. and First.t St.
As an added feature of the (-vemncservice
j! the Youth Group will present Sinclair: Products

Robert Byrd of Ft Lauderdale -

Mr. Byrd is a ministerial I --
; Heat Muster . student at Duke University. .1 I

.. youth worker of the Florida conference. I
and spent the entire sumn -
Cool, Delicious Ii : .>r working in camps and a"- I

i SM'mblies and at Lake Junaluska.

N" <'. This will be a real treat

The entidf! Youth Fellowship
: Gjoiip of the Community t-thl1-

di.-t rhiirch of Bell.Glade will

b- present for thus service which I
t -tirts .it (N-) p. m.
See how it i is to break the heat of .
easy Th Sunday School was able : Th".v
I A Servant of the Glades
i .t d'tled: gain :n tt,- la-- I .
the day with heaped el''i11goj |I
a up .. ..irA i'}-, a .pt-rcftttage of IIV"i]

1O, p. n. T-t increase in atttndan< '
taste-tempting Altar Ice Cream. In
I :r. ..-paring last Sunday with the !: To .MiamiTo

no time at all vou'll 'decrees: cooler t- S'.r.l..Ine year a<;o Tn.I I 4 Buses
I S. hool 1 ,,*..tmlf' to grow with! t.: i! \VtM Palm I'rarhTo

inside I :' .It ;t is becoming almost |
.:;.1."-sib:> to i-ar" for the n..b i Daily TtsrviN 'h er..l: 1J..t'land

. -.. i :.! =!Ot... in fr.-!Img: pla. e* t i!

:' ,.' Many:: r..-w fares acre pr'*-
ORDER A QFAKT TODAY t-! S-.*..tey with come' mot --.
.. Glades Motor Lines Inc.
'- .-.< hid boon away; f r ,
."..TGlarl t.> i have s->

iv .--u fats prs >Rt : I ; THE I ;LADES"Friday
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M.r. i Mr.Horror J (-lauit < ,

:: ,:-i:".is: -'n. Ja. k Stanley. hav i!
r.rr<-'l tt-r a visit of "-veral i I i I
CO. \'. k.< .r sheviHe. N C.'..'. i iV I t I
:. r. ar. PHONE 20 - HELl E GLADE
I T- v :\ .r a'nrr.panlf"d tvirne're

: Nrth Carolina by their
: -. a'.:-.- M-ss Marar. Ca: :.oi

Page Four The Everglades News. Carat: Point. Florida Friday September 5. 197

!i Ho:"r-al: Gainesville! : Betty E:i- Elmer Jones Is In Dance To Honor
Given Permit
Coast Line Railroad :.!12"t.. LakeHospital. Mor.aery. :-

>: Ala: Phyllis Eelk. Emory Hospital In Chicago College StudentsA
To Build Branch Line To Sugar Mill I I St.10:: >.1! of Nirsing" : at At'ar.ta:

Margaret Anderson will coritimie -
; Genial: Elmer Jane" Pahok".' dance will lv held Saturday

I her study of social and wtl- hardware n-.enhant. is in a hontal ;.- rig.t in the Woman's club in hon
Of Lake Okeechobee
On Road 25 South fate work at Scarett illfge.
Nashville. Tenn. Thelma Hillier. in Chicago where he is under- or of the boy and girls who ar
going away to ollege The danc-
I art studies at Cherry Art Scho' I. going treatment in preparation for
I way 2.; ti, Okee .H ta. Th. ct>s: will start at S::;.0 and music:1:
WASHINGTON The Interstate Miami and Ann O'Connell. modeling -
was astimated at Jl1.fO'< ). an opt.'r'.ltivn. His address is be furnished! by a automatic phonograph. -
Cm-meit commission Tuesday: I at the Gibson School of "The record is convincing:' sad Elmer Jones Surgery 4. Billing ; Three will be no char;; *
authorized! the Atlantic Coast Miami. '
I Irailr"l the commi=sion. that rapid development : !- Modeling. : Hospital University of C icag-I). for the dance.
to build a IG-mile extension /ella Jones. Barbara '-t>rtom-
I I of the territory tributaryto : Chicago. 37. Illinois.' Post cards - ------
of its system into men and Sylvia Jones will attend
south of Lake Oke->- the proposed line of the atlantic 'ro-n a few of hi*, friends in Pa- Mr. and Mrs B. A. McCown of
Ro=arian Academv,5t
Coast would soon follow the a I l- Ka'hn hokee will cheer him up during: Orlando were business visitors
chobee. of Flor- \'I'ntof rail transportation facilities Death:: : Alfred and Kenneth the three weeks he is there. here Tuesday
It denied the application Mclnto=h. Florida Military Acad
: that the line of the latterwould
ida East Coast railway for author- emy. St. Petersburg, and Laverr: *
aid the development
lend greater in I
ity to go into the same area witha of the Everglades than Geiger. Riverside Military Al'adl'I A J h A. A A .*. h A h A A b A *
.. .. hhQ
12-mile branch. Coasti my Miami. bY Y V Y Y Y v : v v v Y Y v Y v
the proposed line of the d
Both lines were proposed Okeelantaand to i for the reason that it would extend Two boys who graduated la"t ::: CAMERA: ENTHUSIASTS >
serve a sugar mill at almost spring. Ed Howell and Wilber Geiger 1 1r
through a territory wholly
to haul agricultural products. undeveloped: and that the proposed decided also to continue their:i THE CAMERA: CENTER :,.
authority -
Atlantic Coast Line sought education though in a different
line of the Atlantic Coast
for 18 miles of trackage manner by joining the U. S. Navy. { ? is now equipped with a repair department. All work :>
which would have extended its operations would be more advantageous in Returning to Rollint. collegen <.1 will be promptly done by experts familiar with all s a"a
meeting the transportation requirements makes of domestic and
two miles beyond the Winter Park are Calvin Peacock foreign cameras. J
of the territory
general :
Okeelanta mill to a point on Highway sr.. James Smith Stokes and H. "y OFFICE EQUIPMENT :
south of Lake Okeechobee { .

25.The; commission. ruled "the pub C. McD. Davis president of the B.working Baxter on sophomores degrees in who physical;; are 4. HALSEY & GRIFFITH, INC. .:.
said his
Coast Line company .
lic convenience and necessity" d? education <4":' 313-15-11; Datura St.WEST Phone SSS3 .'.
nlans to start construction "it o
not require this two-mile section ; PALM BEACH t"J.
mediately"; on the extension. V
it. I
and refused to approve "
that the ICC has approved I A d A A d A d d A d d d d A d FYasf
Atlantic Coast Line was authorzed -' Nothing for + tri7><,osYas V>???V sr aaspssrss }
to build its 16-mile brancn a reorganization plan !
Florida East Coast which would
from a point four miles west of
Lake Harbor south and east to the merge; that railroad into the Atlantic I 1 1tl
of the Coast Line: system Davis. I !
site of the mill operations I
Okeelanta Growers and Proce.ssers sand that the reorganization plan

Co-operative below Okeelanta. The would not affect the Everglades Mr. and Mrs. William Lee Pag

cost of the line was estimated at I project. He expressed the view !of Pahokee announce the birth cf

$700.000. ICC directed construction I that the merger would be consumI a son. Ernest Ronald. Aug. 31.

to begin before Dec. 1, with completion i I mated, notwithstanding pendm 'I Mr. and Mrs. R. Simmons Wilkinson -

within two years. | petitions for commission recon- of Pahokee announce the

Florida F.astCoast proposed a i I sideration of the merger order birth of a son, Donald Ray, Aug. -
sta- which have been filed by St. Joe d00C 4 10-68
branch from near South Bay ,
tion south and west across High- I Paper Coo and other Florida East 30.Mr.. and Mrs. James Troy Bassof
Coast stockholders. WONDER SPRAY
Pahokee announce the birth ;ofa

- son James Troy Jr.. Aug. 23.

I To I Mr. and Mrs. James Eli Sullen-
Classified Ads Colleges Call
ger of Pahokee announce the bir .1 Quarts $1.19
I of a daughter. Julie Ann. Aug 27
I I Men Robert Owen
SEPTIC tanks and Many Young Mr. and Mrs
grease traps
Canal Point 5 TO 10 TIMES WORE PO..E4IfUl
Shackford of an-
cleaned: and repaired. Phone I THAN DDT SfBAY OR PAINT;
nounce the birth of a son Robert Pints------------69c
3872. Bob Douthit Pahokee. M17c Women PahokeeBetter SURFACE WITH 10 S3 KILLS BUGS
; Owen Jr., Aug2... FOR WEEKS SAFE TO USE
FOK nF.ST'crth:: ': ScliH, I Mr and Mrs Melvin Stanley -R7I1' U

(234: acres), at Sand Cut. Phone I Scott of Pahokee announce th-
than half of the PahokeeHigh
584. Jlltf birth of a son Kt'nnt'th'ayn. .
School 1917 graduating class IIO OWNED AND /_

1'OK KENT Olt SALE: South half 'plan to continue their education I Aug. 26.Lions-. --- OPEKATED BV _,;
(!i this fall at (colleges universities or (
of 104337. About 1's miles east i .. .
of Belle Glade-Pahokee Road at (special training schools according 1 Seek 100 Pet. I. M. LAIR <' -
l'W iFuT 2f
Runyan. This land is thoroughly I II to Principal D. D. Caudill. These !Attendance Next :Meet i >..'-.. .
together with other young people PHONE 2331 ;
ditched, is in the east shore drainage I I ; !
district and lays adjacent to of the Pahokee-Canal Point areawho I -- .. .... I
the main drainage canal. Will rent I are planning to leave soon far I I Pahokee Lions will strive for a Pahokt"t', Florida = Jr-'-" ; ..7

all or part at $15.00 per acre or school or are already attending j, 100 per cent attendance record w

sell: at a reasonable price. Also schools in various!'! part of the next week it was announced at ,

country include the following the Tuesday luncheon meeting ;of
section 1 in the same township I
and drainage district, which has Enrolling as freshmen at the the club. Duncan Padgett is the

recently been cleared at $10.00 pr University of Florida. G.amesvilK chairman who will see that each

ac..... These two parcels!' are surrounded will be Rodney Connell James La- and every member of the club is

by sugar cane and vegetable than. John Hatton. Irvin Mil\v J. present

farming. Owner. A. N. Kei.nedv. .- f-:. Spanner John David Thomas. i, As sponsor of Boy Scout Troop

Geneseo New York or yoyr I Ray Hawk. Jr. N:\'le Ihtfiejl.I 1 25; the club voted to end an invitation -I

broker. St. A ir cn+fSTEII I I. Walker.. Donald. Harrington. '! to the Gulf Stream Coun1 Attention

--------- Frank Hardlev.. Gene Herroi. 1 cil! of Boy Scout of America t.>

A\'.\ : Long term mortgage Lawrence Connell. I.olli'alker.. ,hold the next GSC !'swim meet atPahok

Ions ten to twenty years, 0'1w"11 Billy Raw,. Thomas Di<'k;;on and {'{>. It was stated' at t'l'" I I

located farm or cattle ranch Tom Boli ml. Continuing their meeting that piling for the foundation -

1 land. also l u-me!H property C A studies at the tnver-ity of Flor- :, 1: of the public sw miming pool i Cattlemen

Haile-'. Phone 7O. Belle Glade SIc I ida will oe Donald Padgett (second -' was positively guingto bo driven I

------ - -- YE'uagrknlturpGt'>n Sow- I this week, starting on Thursday'however .
I'OK ....\I.t:: Income property on I
tier I iieeoncl EdwnRice it was also stated that
the ridge :2 five room and hath Our !abol'atol'iha'e turned

Bungaloe* for the price of on plus enough muck land for additional business administration*I. BillyStuckey j I let something\\ for stock, and on

income.. Clll1)23.; A29tfsl'I'I.1L (econd! yeir-liw: >. Roland: i I Plan.* were discussed for sponsoring trails it has l proven most successful,

: : Building Lot on tv! Stanley Isecond year-medicine, I a father and sons luncheon
and it
made for Everglades
Canal Point Kidge. 48x300 for Charles A. Baker (second yeaiforestryt. jm, the fall in connection with the was especially -

75000. Phone 4523. A29tn B.1I Shirley and ThomasI : YMCA father and sons week: use.

------ loves. II Nov 9-15. Rev Carson T. Howes!'

ONE .UOII farm horse for sale At Florida State t'mxersity, was named chairman in l'hargof

cheap. See Ray Hawk Canal: Tallahassee. Ona Humphries will arrangements and a prominent

Point. Sl2col enroll as a freshman and studies : YMCA director will be invited to It will be known as EVERGLADES

will be continued by the following j attend as guest speaker RANGE :MINERAL SALT.
II1t'LlNG of any kind. See me at
Lions who served on committees -
Nancy Stevens I third year-Eng
B. Point Road I
home on com
my lish). Nell Howes third yeir-com- at the countywide Labor' Da:
S2 Jo I'
Frank Chaney
Isecondyearelectrical celebration in Pahokee on Monday -
merce Jimmy Shirley
1 - -- --- --
FOR S\LE: International T-D. engineering I. Dea-i were thanked by Frank RJ- This i is a special mixture of bal-

purchased August 1945. S3 O(). Wilson ( 'Cond year-business a 1- I zelle for their assistance m making anced mineral salts and comes in 100

Pahokee Phone 5M. st SStfcr ministration*. Bette Lou Picket te barbecue an outstanding

-- --- I second vear. physiology' ai iGene : .Ul'I't'SS. pound hag \\'e invite ;you to give it
KOUI.E $50; ton. W. -- -----
UN : a
Wait I secant
yearchemicaler.gineeringl. trial and watch wonderful improvement
J Adams 6 r>4 It acorn Point. Pahokee i a -
: Commission Denies
phone 5OO It. Harry Fremd will enroll a:1 in your stock.
-- --- -- -- --- - New
.-I I freshman at the Cniversity ->f Lake Bus LineA
11t\T.I: : forvile: : Quaker fu
North Carolina Chapel Hill. N C :
oil heater in excellent condition
. Lynn: Home. Emory Junior College frarrhise t-> operate 1,>ca!
O >, t J59f rt and was only u*'.i a
Viliosta. GBill: : Eli:':iB.llv shuttle) bur".ite ar,Kind :he !'< utr.ed
few days la+t winter Burns fuel
. Deloarh and Ernest BolandGeorgia : of Lake, Ok'ei hb.. has beeiienie
'il l. kerosene or mineral spirit
Teohtliita' ,! to Dli'e! bRa..:
RaquolMirdlen ClIf -
$39 .*> cash See Paul Uardm atFxerglades
I lurr.bia tmyer .tv road C.mrr.. ,..
:: X..W,1.1 ) have anelectric KILGORE SEED CO.
heater which cost $13 ."tluprhht 41 I New York CtD.. ri>**iv Oiastii"" W .* >.'f "e *-.m a

and Peggy Job! Stet.>i L' hearing was held :n,. M .1-
model to be sold fo- i
I \' rVLani .'t> Burrs. I
: rlr.g-
$x 9 cash tf d"lY.ThE'
_ __ __ i I Junior College Pasadena Calif .i Glades Motor Line pv{ <-J BRED-RITE SEEDS

nuIt:: State certified plantirp t! Stuixnngfor r.urc: career: granting of tae frarchse "!: f'prounda I

stock. Faster Lily Bulbs. far !: will Flora: M.\rv \\'_ !'. who is .: that their Imes were .\- Pahokee. Fla. Phone ::21)1

>:zes two to three 2c-, three to fou3o. taking post graduate work a: ir.e f-,!Il serce wt't' r.:.:.-.<1 !

fair to five 4c. five to six 7c. Duke Hospital. Du-- :!traps ally through, the G.l1.: .*

L.\ McKir.r.ey Lake PUcit * N C JeaCruf.irls sri : from die.t Palm B.-af: Marl : I

Ira S26o In:.,gere II' :, h .-\IF.:3 Cir.ty ''i-.J F rt ir>..ri.:

September "i, 1&47 The Everglades News Canal Point Florida: Page: Five

Mr and Mrs. Albert Anders and Among those from Paneker who Port O La::r: attended .- I Sam D. Blazer <'f Xocateo was a
daughter. Patsy. of Gainesville are attended t::e i-gi"g convention in strip; One Bandmasters;; meet- : business here on Monday
visiting her parents. Mr and Mrs. LaElle St.r.dav were Mr and Mr.-. I.r.- ii Mianu \Vedresday and will and Wednesday
I. E. Hamilton in Pahokee aid D.Y.. Young and their house guest 1 go to Tampa Saturday to attend i Miss Ann OConnell. who is a
Itnt.r relatives Miami this week. Bryant Young of St '!
in Augu tire meeting: of the executive board of student at the Gibbon School; of
Mrs Angus Miller and son Irvm Mr an.tlrs.. Strickland. Dr. arJM *':" Fl, rda Bandmasters Associa : Miami tae
Modeling in pont
accompanied bv: her son-in- :s. D. S. Spooner Mr and Mrs.
rJ.. R. York has reWrnelhome tion.Dr. weekend with her parent.11'. aril
after spending the summerin law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Corner and Mr. and Mrs L and Mr \\ lhum C. Young Mrs Frank O'Connell. in Canat
Kentuckey where she attended Billy Bridges. visited Mrs Millers G. Alderman :Sorgsby: the! :Sunny : and children have returned to their I Point.
: mother. Mrs G. Shaw, in Ocaa! South Quartet were featured home in Port Mayaca after spend-
summer school" and visited her son- Mr. and Mrs Claude L. Shirley
over the! weekend.Rev. at the
sing. ing a month's vacation at Bradei-
in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs and son. Leland have returned
C. Moberg- and son. Bud Mr. and Mrs Joe Tom Bovnton ton Beach.
Drowning Roach. from a visit with relatives in Oiiv>
dy were accompanied home from "-d *-n.) Wavne. are spending a I Miss Betty Speer returned home and Griffin. Ga.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hundleywere Miami by Edgie W"::"l" who is t.\O weeks* vacation: in Henderson- this week from Gainesville where
Salerno their house guest v.Jle X. C Mr and Mrss Leon Hilliard of
visitors in Tuesday. she has been taking a postgraduate -
Bobby Carwithen of West Pa'!:n Mr and! "*rs. Alvin Armstrong; course at the University of Homestead were guests of Mr. and
Mr and Mrs W. R. Enecks of Beach tae: of and of Miami Mrs C. L. Shirleylo:1d.1Y and
was ;guest BobbySchroder son spent the week Florida: summer school. She was
Rocky Ford, Ga., have arrived this week. end Pahokee Tuesday.
in with his parent" accompanied by Peggy Lynn Shit.
here for a visit with their son-ia- Mr. and Mrs Marvin Levins and Dr. and Mrs L. \V. Armstrong. ley who has been visiting her ----
law and daughter.11". and Mrs. family ar1 pending a week's vacation Mi" Adalme Stuckey has as a \VilIotisrhby Dr. and Mrs C. H.
P. \\'. Cunningham, and their sonar.d at Salerno. : this Wilbur of Macclennv
ouse guest week Miss Mane \Vilhughby. in Gainesville. Mobley
:\11" .
daughter-in-law ;- Mrs Havward Baxter has joined : Padgett of Miami. Mr and Mrs T. L. Burn and was top winner for the State of
Parnall! Eneck' her husband in Brevard X. C. Edwin Rice left Tuesday for daughter Ann Rita were called to Florida in a recent forestry contest -
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony C. Lit- where he is employed. North Carolina to join his mother Mershon. Ga. the past week by conducted in Virginia. Soutn
hart and daughter Sunny were Mr. and Mrs Joe Konivinski of Mrs. Pauline Rice. in a two the illness and death of H C. Monroe Carolina. North Carolina Georgia,
visitors in Miami over the week- Lake Worth visited Mr. and Mrs weeks' visit with relatives in Asneille. : I Mrs Burns and daughter remained Florida and Alabama by the Fu-
end.Mr. Robert O. Lampi here Monday Mr. \" They will go to Gainesvilleon I Mershon for a visit .....i.h ture Farmers of America in coop
and Mrs Dave \\'. Yourg Lampi and Mr Konivinski were Sept. 15 where Edinill register her mother. I! t'rationith the Southern Pulpwood -
had as a guest over the weekendhis both members of the 1937 graduating as a senior at the University | Mr and Mis Jack Spencer and 'I' Conservation Association,
brother Bryant Young of St. class: at Northern Michigan I of Florida and return to Pahokeon daughters:;:ited his parents in the Seaboard Air Line RailroiJ
Augustine. I College! of Education. I Sept 16. I[ Lake City over the weekend I and other interested aencies.:

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!I Appreciation! I,

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I We desire to thank each and every participant in the !i

t ...- Labor Day Celebration at Pahokee who in any way had a I:

part in making the Big Day a success. I,

The day's activities and the manner which they were I'I'i '

i received and appreciated} by the citizens of the countygo i ij I''

i to prove that such an event can be made a reality !I:

II when groups work cooperatively: ';

I'' The Re -ources Board and its directors are indeed happy '

;h; over the fact that the all-county event made its

Ii, indelible mark in Palm Beach County i s tor y.

Ii; ..\I1'eady.C are looking- o r w a r d to such an

I''' event next ;year in some other part of the county \Ve

i expect the same wholehearted cooperation from all sections -

I.i. of the count -. ',

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So. to all, including these: who so ably ruHiciwd the

I affair, we say with all sincerity THANKS': I Ii

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Six The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday. September 5, 1947

i I: and she finds outtoo late, that the !' PlanI I Saturation Point i .\U GROUP: TO MEETJACKSONVILLE
Cinematic ChatterBy I benefactor never intended to expose Making -- A meetingof
or harm her. I'n sure you'll Seen For Citrus the Florida State Chamber of

Malcolm Millar l' like it. II:.I Could Be Used HereTo !I Commerce's advertising and tourist -

Saturday brings the usual double I ORLANDO' Dr. J. "'a:1l"I. development division has been
The lusty pages of the great feature. For the Western portion I i called by Chairman Joe H. Adams
Reitz economic counsel for United '
American classic of high-seas ad- of the show Johnny Mack Brown Big AdvantageThis for September 22 at Miami Beach.
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venture will sweep in thrilling and Raymond Hatton with a nice II I Growers and Shippers Association "At no other time", Adams said,
majesty across the screen of the looking cast do "Shadows On The Hof!I Orlando, told the 14th annual "have we been better prepared for
Prince Theatre this coming Sun- Range." It is actionated. coming farming season !j citrus growers institute at Camp I the tourist season but we are ca'l-
. day-Monday when "Two Years Be- Second up is "Junior Prom", {I when we don't have any rain for ;JMcQuarrie that there is some in- ing the meeting to discuss last
fore the Mast" makes its bow which stars Freddie Stewart and several months it is possible that I dication in the United States that minute dt taits."

here. Donna Reed and boasts a large I I some of the farmers in the Lake we may be approaching the limitin This meeting will offer transportation -

Heading the huge cast are such featured players cast. It is the Okeechobee Region may want to citrus con oumption. lines, hotel and tourist

stars as Alan Ladd, Brian Don- story of a boy and girl, romance, take advantage of the process de- The basic citrus marketing camp operators and others an opportunity -

levy, William Bendix Barry Fitzgerald conflict and finally a happy ending scribed below through which "rain problem Dr. Reitz said, is rapidly to "parade the wares

with Howard da Silva as and I'm sure you'll enjoy can be manufactured.: expending production. Other they will have in service to offer

Captain Francis Thompson, lovely every moment of it. This article came out of this problems are quality better peo- next winter's vacationists."

Esther Fernadez, Albert Dekker, See you at the movies-Mai. week's Time Magazine and we are graphic distribution of fruit disorderly r. -

Tom Powers, and many other we.l - reprinting it here because it maybe marketing, the inability of
"The School Director'Is
known featured players, excellently of some practical use to Glades indivdual firms to assume heavy
PopeIarshall 1
casted and lending fine supportin farmers in days to come. \Ve suggest short-term risks in carrying on expert New Publication

making: this an unforgettable that it be clipped and tackedon operations or in developing;
picture for you Miss Colleen Dillon Marshall the wall for future reference uses for citrus and the problem of
Many ef you have read th'.s I daughter of Mrs. J. Marshall The article follows: expanding consumption of citrus. TAMPA-A new trade journal
made its bow this "Th2
great:; American classic many of Pahokee and Roy Pope, son of The dream of rain making is as Dr. H. G. Hamilton, professor of "
School slick
Have not. Those of :you who have Mr. and Mrs. W. Pratt Pope of old as man. For centuries, Chinese; marketing at the State College of Director a papermonthly in

read the story will know that with I(r Canal Point, were married at the suppliants, bare-chested, short- Agriculture reported on the suggestion Tampa by magazine Al Chairamonte.The published.

this cast there couldn't help toeing Pahokee Baptist Church Sunday, trousered, and wearing bands of for a citrus future's market publication is devoted primarily

'a fine show. For these reasons I I August 31, at high noon. Vows green ;grass about their head, on wellorganized commodity to subjects of particular
will only only say it is a picture for the double ring ceremony were have paraded with their dragonsand exchange as being the answer to interest to school administrators
that every: red-blooded lover of I read by Rev. Carl Moberg., pastor beaten gongs to bring rain. 'anners' problem of the uncertainty I I and designed to build better

adventure should see.Tuesday'ednesday. as the couple stood before the In the U. S.. Indians still pro- of future prices. Dr .Hamilton I schools' for Florida.
Di- church altar which was banked said that because the cost of
brings the Thunderbird with
pitate symbolic It is an independent! non-pa--
anna Durbin, Tom Drake William with palms and Easter lilies. dances. marketing processed juices is I II tisan, non-political publication, '
Bendix and Adolphe Menjou as I The bride given in marriage by With the help of science, th.- decidely lower than the fresh pro well edited and attractively gotten
stars of a delegation melodramatic ,fier uncle, J. A. Atwood of Miami, dream has at last become reality. duct, and that of sections somewhat I

comedy under the title "I'll be I i wore a white silk garbardine suit Across the land, flyers were mak- lower any expansion in |*i.' I up.The two-color front cover carries -
Yours." Walter Catlett, Franklin with white accessories and a whit 100- European market will probably bin >
ing rain by simply dropping a picture of Superintendent of
Pangborn and William Brooks are linen hat with spider net webbin; lb. loads of pulverized dry ice (solidified i I i processed form. Furthermore, I Public Instruction Colin English,

the chief members of the large veil. Her corsage was of orchids carbon dioxide) into cumulus I I j the processed product, because of I; who is the personality of th-
and she carried a white Bible with its lower price to consumers far
featured cast.
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clouds, thus precipitating 'I month. Feature articles by educational -
The story is a honey, writtenby : white satin ribbon streamers and crystals which turn into rain. Thisweek i I[equivalent food values, would likely : authorities together with
one of America's best writers. centered with lilies of the valley. an fare better in times of depression ,
sweltering Chicago got i liberal use of pictures gives this
It has a world of comedy throughout Miss Sara Lee Atwood of Miami, 8-to-lS degree break in a heat than the fresh product.. new 40 page trade journal a distinctive -
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and Deanne sings "Granada"and cousin of the bride was maid of hired bv |
wave just when a plane I appeal. All school official
"it's Dream 'Time." honor. She wore a yellow crej.e the Herald-American brought i Dade County Plans should find it both helpful and In-
Bette Davis Paul Henreid and dress with light tan accessoriesand man-made rain. The HeraldAmerican -
: I teresting.
Claude Rains as the three stars a corsage of red rosebuds. of course, claimed the creel. I CausewayOpening -- -- -
\\'iIliamlonroe of Canal! I __ II
in Pope
that move in Thursday-Friday others hail
For days previously Mr. and Mrss. Walter G. Hull
"Deception", which is one of the Point was his brother's best ma'1.1 been doing it: MIAMI Dade county's $6,000.- are visitors this week in Ashevilleand

finest dramas Bette has appeared I Following the ceremony a reception In Richmond, Flying Instructor I OOO Rickenbacker Causeway and Hendersonville. N. C.
in here for some time. I was held at the home of the Brock Minor scattered 50 Ibs. of Crandon Park are nearing completion -

The story is woundaround tem-I bride's mother. The brides table dry! i ice into a cumulus cloud at and will be formerly opened -

permental musicians and Miss was centered with a wedding cake 8.400 feet brought the city its with a colorful ceremony in th-

Davis and her former love affair topped with a miniature bride and first shower in two weeks.A form of a throe-day festival starting -

which she hides from her present groom. Mrs. Marshall was assistedby Chicago Tribune airplane November 9. I

husband. During the unreeling of her sister Mrs. R. H. Heath, brought a 30-minute rain to suburban The huge project further enlarges Prince TheatrePahokee

this highly emotional dramatic and her sist'rinIaw.lrs.. J. A St. Charles. II!., by "seed Miami's recreational facilities -
E'picliss,Davis kills her husbands Atwood both of Miami. ing" a 20.000-ft. cumulus cloud and provides an added attraction -

benefactor when she believe he is Mrs. Pope is a graduate of Pa- with 150 lbs. of dry ice. I for winter visitors. Florida

about to expose her former life hokee High School Class of 1947, In Coleman Tex." long droughthad I Governors of all 48 states a* ,

and since graduation has been em- dried up the town's only lake. well as many Latin-American dignitaries -
ployed as bookkeeper at the Everglades Coleman was on the point of importing have been invited by Gov UX- IOX.. Sept. ;-8r

=1jl.taI Memorial Hospital.Mr. water by tank car when ('rnorfillard Caldwell to take

I Pope graduated from Pahu- two local flyers dropped 100 Ibs. part in the festive event. S Paramount p
\ 1-... kee High School in 1945 and was" C. H. Crandon chairman of th?
1 LONESOMEST ... of dry ice" from 18,000 ft., broughta ;
FEELING INfH' WORLD in the service for 10 months. H? reported 2l3-in. rainfall. Next Board of County Commissioners, yyOYFARS
is now associated with the Coburn and other Miami leaders claim the BR1
day they tried again, this time r- THEN
Hardware in Canal
Company produced a 1-in. fall. park will prove one of the most!':
WRONG Point. .... AlanLadd
OF In Fort Worth, the Ed Ritchey popular in the Americas because -
A After a wedding trip in the Flying Service, supplied by the of its unique features and outstanding f tWilllamEefldix i l 'lTTKS.WEI tn
C.J State Mr. and Mrs. will maketheir
Pope natural attractions.It .
Parker-Browne Co., a big dry-ic?
home in Canal Point. provides for over two mile*
producer took up rain making as
). Sept. 9-10
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a business, brought one shower in of beautiful bathing beach withno
:Mr. & Mrs. Hooks its first two tries. undertow or battering surf it H

In Kansas City. big harddriving protected by a coral rt'f'f.Ior''
; Honor NephewMr. Kenneth Spencer whose Spencer I than ".OM cocoanut palm trees ;.

Chemical ("0, has leased the provide shade for the 1.60O acres .!'
J and Mrs. Delmar L. Hooks I Government's $20 million Jaw I of landscaped ground. \ y..
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J .. .. entertained at their home in Cans hawk Ordnance Works (Tim.--. "

I --d.Jf Point \\'ednt''da't'nin of last \June 17. 194'', turned to rat Peanuts On Harlan's

week with a dinner party hon- I making as a possible stimulant

w......... ........ '. 1 l crijigorin; j their n.'phpJOl'1 I for his dry-ice; sales. Spencer in Breakfast Menu
I Bass, of Belle Glade who is leav- I bringing showers totission..

You'll never l>e lonesome at th" \ ir.g soon for Tallahassee to enroll Kans.. Excelsior Springs Mo. This People have peculiar appetites.
LAKE SHORE MOTOR COMPAXY at Florida State University. week five farmers from Burlington :; Some people concoct the funniest
. you'll always find 1! Guests included Sonny Smith B. Iowa hired the same plane to menus and s.4 m to thrive on them. A I*VtlOM.lallkV IkaAI. PKIUtt

. friends here for oce: of our Creech. Bennie Richman. Billy Jelferies. make rain over their arid l.r.OO The editor of this newspaper has 1 '
TIlIU -\ FItl. II-I:!
: .- Sept.
many expert body repair and .. Kenneth Bass and RichardPuke. acres: it made! rain all right been on a strut upholstering :;'r'ICNI'ith our j all of Belle Glade.! Billy Shelllv. over a coif course' leaving their three vears. This same editor th1t'.1
reputation to think of with out j Doris Harper.: Lillian Kimball. \farms still dry. +Jainf'tlIt) pounds during

desire to render you the best '1 Betty Joe Brooker. Gwennette The new rainmaking method j period of time f fBut. BETTE DAVIS V
ble work . we will continue ..
l .I Reeves, Audrey Potter. Margaret !was developed! only last year .it I what we wore getting
to give attention to snvill Powell and Mary Helen Hooks. r.t'nf'ral.F. t''tr C' Co.'s Srhene- j I around to say; has to do with what I IT.e II PAUL RENREIDCIAUDE!
details that safeguard your car I tad;'. N V. laboratories by En- saw in the Carter-G-iger Dri : RAiNSf
DrunkIeter: Is j I cir.eer Vincent J. Schaefer ami I store in Canal Point yesterday ;
Nobel' Prizewinner Dr. Irving, morning. HarLin Sears, one C\f "
LAKE SHORE Bought By State I Laacrr.inr Time. Nov.' 25>. I the Canal Point Filling Stat HH ,SWAttNfB .
4 Since it costs only 53: to $5; f MOTOR CO.CHIROPRACTOR. ,, .. Do think he .. In' :.... RAVert
JVKSONVILLE T:;. st.V'boanl I the dry ice. phis the t>xpensif fa t. you was hav.rj: m *> gS
-P. *- .
-.c>K'r. F _DA ,, .if '-talThVY !Inosday to! lithe:I! I plane the commercial possibilities eggs and ham or bacon Nor' j ;

,; F1 '. :.t '-vrf -n err.ent ajrenci'-;:: ;, arf' being; explored by increasing You don't think for a minute h-- '
t salt "tair.-.l a .'.!.imnkometejt ; numbers of fivers, chomi- was having waffles or any kindf .
: 1Tt( H"'t'I: )(. I Ii:!
breakfast food. 1o : NopHarlan's *-
cal 1 you"
-t .1 ro't'1':< bre.ith tser u manufacturer No' one i1 I
!h.rr.iuh: alcohol h-' drank. more interest.1 than the rain breakfast was a lift!-
!)o-lL1: IEATI'ICE"Shadows :
I i Although its soundness as starved farmers I'f the Corn Belt different than the food f'tt..r: '
WEST rVIM BEACH criminal evidence has not ben, - -.- Tuis newspaper ha.. ever Nf"rsir.Tire'l '

MON WEP .11.d nil nn : F o: .\nrDR. .!,'t.'ringed by Florida courts th Mr. ar-5! Mrs L.r. Aldermar I It consists: of a rxvlf I On The

TI'Enn'HS ..:.d< S'I ,i- \r>\ bfliex'od! its x-ue may in, had as etxst.; :M>r.d.ivs mother'Mrs. | sr-up a ('ltn.f Planter' r-wktT I

L. S. JONES '.. r.t polio** officials '' CallAM: of Lake" t r, ar.'tll ana cup of rnffee It Range

s '> ': i.-ii : 11..: I T'r..U the present: laws TV perT ,- Placid: also !hi* brother. J 0. '; "'.--.':rde like a meal that wo-i'-l: j i I
rri. si- It''s \\'nT* '" Feh Fin: ,. > hn submit to the teat but V .\Idem:a r. art ....r Lo'iif Sarasota ', 'ft ck ?o a f"U T'!" nb! for the day John: '. :M.I.. k |tr.\\n.:
=-- t1-r-ri-Iaw: '" an's' I :. After a'l.: peanuts! have nomethin,;,
Ilayn [ Ha'toii
'. .'r.! n.41'ho wish to be ."t'>Y". Mr .\r.4 Mr J D Seller. that r."* vnry Sr nand -)
v-rl f the "stigir.a of boo I?!,t .'f Lake Placid cf'tt.f make an .xf'n.nt Ii.... I -ALSO"Junior:: -
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Jrk: the bard: panted out. B-:t
I ---- Mr a!. Mrs. Johnnv Milh ----- Prom"Fr
Mtr.d :'olrUk.:: ., II- peach art i f-imr Pah.'ker r+ft-frnls now lv. M:'" Barbara Bu"Il has r"?'irr- ;
.. three week .-'i? ::> S t "W. rt. I>..nna
RELIEVED <. ;M'.c.-.ael.: have returned t;)> :nJrr. "t5tf'd here Satur- d t" Msarr.i! after a -
t ",. :" here after ;erd:':g t-.-.. di, "; r't t'h! ;!. enr'nts t.'f'''t \'.jr.t w-th hr ' and *-int! Mr: : ReedPage :
BY 666 ,!! "T1'r': ", ", r'l'; P 4.-- P.1 T .v were atreuu. a. : M'. O'- T' M B 'k :. Paw'C. --
eau .r rs aa..l ,r i.'t: ; ..r .; : _, E'-:, :;, :.: ,.f Ta..p.a ...

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No-he's not color blind, actually. But mentally he "sees
I green" no matter how red the light or how thick and fast the
j traffic. He's the pedestrian who disregards all safety warn-

!{ ings to dash across streets and highways in the shortest possible .- .
j; time, regardless of danger. .. '{
! Mr. Motorist- He's one of the most vexing problems of traffic and safety
; officers, and a heavy contributor to the 195 pedestrians who
i were killed on Florida's highways in our first peace year.This
j'I i year his clan is increasing by leaps and bounds, literally!
I : SAFE DRIYING Have you ever been guilty of "green eyes"? How many
I A HABIT times have you ignored the red light and started across only
I to be pinned down at the half-way mark with speeding traffic
I fore and aft?

i Take this as your personal warning. The next time your
i luck may not hold. Make a little life-saving resolution right
C' now to walk safely and live longer. ;
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Prepared by the Associated DaiCet
of Florida. the Florida Press Asso- .
ciation.end the National Conserve
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Board Of County Commissioners, Palm Beach County



Paul Kardin

In this column this week I' 3 J

like to personally thank each and f: +a .

every person who had anything

all to do with making Monday'-? i

celebration the great success that .
it was. I could start naming; @*' : :@ v

names and pointing out what they

did-and I'd leave out someone

who did a bang-up job. Then my

face would be red. I think every

person connected with the day's

activities has had a fair share of

praise in that comment has been

favorable from all parts of the


There was no untoward eventto


No wrecks. No nothing to detract Lake Park Delray Beach Lake Worth \V. Palm Beach Canal Point

from the scheduled events of tno: -- --- -- -.............. - -- ...........-... ---- .VNNM. ww.r.n ....-.... -- - --
day. The success of the event
goes to show what can be done Above is the board of county lowing return of a portion of the 1936. 193S, 1940, 1942, 1944. for forts improved. conditions jf
commissioners of Palm Beach tax to counties for road work.
when a group of men and women gas four years. On the questionaire county home and children's home,
county in session in the court Mr. Poston was chairman of the
band themselves together with d>- given him he listed no other profession obtained aid to county and city
house inVest Palm Beach. In the board for 10 :years.C. .
termination to get a job done.
center of the picture is John Y. BYRD. Delray Beach com- or business than being a out of general road and bridge

Prince of Lake Worth who is missioner on the board. Mr. county commissioner. His hobby: is fund for improvement of streets:
This week starts my 14th yearas
editor of The Everglades News.It chairman of the group. Other Byrd was elected in 1932. 1931 raisins tropical fruits. Outstanding within towns.

members and a brief outline of 1936, 1938, 1940, 1942. 1944. 1946 among accomplishments on PAUL RARDIN. Canal Point.
was exactly 13 years ago last
their accomplishments are as follows for a four year term. He is a 'the board is the new Lake Worth! I Glades commissioner on the board.
publication day that I edited ana
: practicing attorney in his home I bridge Boynton bridge county I He is proud of the fact that he
supervised the printing of my
A. A. POSTON. Lake Park town. His hobbies are golf, fishing park and airport at Lake OA- I has secured many miles of new
first issue in this plant. A lot of
commissioner on the board. Mr. and hunting. A few accom- borne. county roads in the Glades, aided
water has run across Conner'shighway !
Poston was elected' in 1932. 1934, plishments are: Plans for a ne-v LAKE LYTAL. West Palm '!'in bringing about reconstruction
since that eventful weekin
1936, 1938 1940. 1942. 1944 for a !jail improvement state and county Beach commissioner on the board. 'state roads in this area s-ucce'as-'
life. I don't believe I'd he
my four year term. He is interested i jin ; roads new county hospital, lower Mr. Lytal was elected in 1942 ful in getting State Road Department
selfish if I hoped that 13 years
development of privately owned i' taxes. Mr. Byrd is serving his 1944 and again in 1946 for a four to take over three important -
from today I could be sitting right
property on the east coast. His | third year as vice chairman of the year term. He notes in his answer county roads for maintenance -
here in this same office editing
hobby is meeting and making ] board. to our question of other profession secured eight new trucks
this same newspaper. Do you
friends. A few accomplishmentswhile JOHN PRINCE. Lake Worth or business that he "dO- a bull dozer and dragline for his
think that's too much to ask froma
on the board are as follows: commissioner on the board. Mr. votes entire time to county district toJ f:' in building county
great big world like ours'Communication
- -- reduction of county indebtedness. Prince is chairman of the board problems." He is proud of his accomplishment roads. Rardin is owner and publisher

I improvement of county and state and is serving his third year it in that the count of The Everglades News at

roads, approval of amendment a-; that job. He was elected n 1931.I ,was re-districted through his ef- Canal Point.

Canal The Everglades Point. Florida.News Mounts Sees Reduction ]In County :I, New Faces At Post I i Work Out Plans To -

Gentlemen: : Office In Pahokee Continued from page 1

Since the people of Pahokee and Vegetable Acreage For Coming SeasonPalm I lion to release these properties
to these I legally authorized groups
Canal Point were so generous and I Postmaster Edward A. Jensen is
to American Legion I 1 I I operating the Pahokee postofficj and on the most favorable terms
cooperative Beach county, which led have more than 1,000 acres each. "
Post 93. Clewiston Florida duringthe with almost a complete new staf l possible. he added."Considerable .
the nation in vegetable in
acreage In 1945 a total of 226 of its farm will be
recent sale of donation ticketson 1945-46 with 77.010 acres will decrease -I I lof clerks except for Mrs. Sue Ro- I expense
the 1947 Chevrolet which was its vegetable plantings had incomes of more than $10,000 zelle of the money order department : involved in rehabilitating the

given away at the Labor Day bar- somewhat in the growing season I each. who has been employed at I'j physical properties and it will be

becue, I think it would be of in- now starting. Despite prospective decreases, I the postoffise for several years. necessary for the: local communities -

terest to your readers to know Main decreases will be in plantIngs 12,000 acres have been plowed up New clerks employed within the ,. to acquire them most favor-

that the winning ticket. 3625 was of potatoes and celery said in the Everglades for fall vegetable -I past few months include Perry ably in order to operate them "effectively -

hold by Harry Siegler, Cameron County Agent M. UIoun s plantings Mounts estimated. .Duke C. O. D. department; Cecil !I ISchools and on. _a sound basis.

and Barkley salesman, workingout Wednesday. But he saw continued Celery seed beds are ready to t Gray. dispatching department; i, Jo.-

of the Tampa office and a expansion of the livestock indus- transplant. Bert Carlton. general delivery department Are Ready

resident of Bradenton. - and Don Hardaway.

Many thanks. try.Increasing competition from HVGO AND HIS CREW GOT parcel po t department. James : For Opening Monday

Frances M. Nail frozen vegetables in causing som THE JOB DONE EFFICIENTLYHugo Batchelor is substituting as parcel
---. vegetable growers to look about Boe and his crew of ladies I post clerk in the basence of Mr. 1 Pahokee and Canal Point schools

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Friend have for other fields of agricultural endeavor really did a bang ur! job of serving i Hardaway who is visiting his wife are all set for opening on next

returned from Mississippi. They Mounts said. folks at the barbecue :Monday.: The i and children in Strawberry, Ark. Monday morning according to

were'' accompanied home by Mrs. Gigantic growth of the county'livestock ,, delectable repast was prepared by I i ------- Principal D. D. Caudill and Principal -

Friend's son and two daughters. : ramie and other industries Myrl Williams and his committee': ; ::\Irs..J. \'. Chastain has returned Wilma Lence. A ruling by

more than offsets expected in elegant manner. Serving was I i to Pahokee after spending the Plate Attorney General Tom Watson -
IN TUT TIRi flT COIRT. ISSO New York City with says that children who are
cuts in vegetable plantings. under the direction of Hugo and summer in
FOR PL-M FLORin RRtril COUNTY, Mounts indicated. He said sale of his efficient corps of ladies. They her daughters Mrs. H. W. Thorp six years old on or before January

ATLAS KET'HL'MPlatntilf('II"U'Rso.. :23,851 the county's livestock products did a dandy job. and Mrs. A. B. Smith and families. 1. 194*. may enter school this fall.

I had captapulted from a S311'.S ;4 I

DAVID KE-TCHvM : I annual total several years ago ta -

Defendant : $1.657.000 in 1945. The county .
TO DAVID KETCHUM. General IKinery >- sold 4.663 cattle and calves on th-
Chapmansvllle. W. Va.: hoof in 1945 compared with 1.250' ANNOUNCINGTHE
You are hereby required to appear
In the arxne Court on the 6th day itCXtolMr in 1920.:
A D 1947 at the Court HouseIn Despite the pressing need for OPENING
Wet Palm Beach.' Palm Beach' Countv. -
Florida to answer to the Bill of water control in many areas good '
Complaint for Divorce' filed against water control in some other areas. i
von In the abo\e entitled cause and
E\.ERUL\OFS SEWS a newspaper'' regularly notably the Lake Worth Dramas' i LUMBER YARDON
publl>htxt In Palm Beach Countv. I district l.nE' reason for t... GEIGER
Florida I* hereby destenated a*
in the cattle lydu, trv.
the new-"p"per In which" thH Order growth
*hall be publl"hed once' each' week for ,, Mounts added.
tour fi'n..uthf'kl\ lue
DONE' AND' ORDFRFD at \Ve..t Pan I| Another is the continuing progress -
Peach' !*B:m Beach Coium Floridathlt I mad by scientists at the AYE E I IN
:5th day 'fu.u..t O W7
J ,ALEXRNETTE' KvtrgUiios postures for fattemi:
Clerk of the Circuit Court ''of j herds Already, teaid.. it
Palm Beach County. FlorIda. I Glade
Circuit Court s ealitlv has become possible! to supply A3I Belle

Stella: M Thom..Cleric enDeputy I I cotol a steak from gra::..-fattene


. tt'rnrfur PU' | "While there are a few hug

'Pub fancier tvpt Florida 5 1J 19 and :6! 1947NOTUF : :yet" in the: Everglades rattle rao- a Handling Complete Line Of . .

: OF \\'.' \1. tIFFTI\t. u. ing pll"turt'"f'' now can recommend -
I IMHtUMKs OFT IU.\('III fattening of herds in Glad -
>K\1N tl.t IHNlKIl Building
the agent
:N.'nce i> herein given that pursuant
to call:: o-I the Board of ssuperors j'fEat Looking to future farn-.r.c: f'1"ibilit'.o.
Brach Pranage Dl-trtvt thr an- i
*. Mounts said Palm z
r.ual meeting vt the'''''nrr* of Erctiteach -
Drainage D:..l'l..t for the veaIWT county has. TOO.000 .ior..*. .,f Kv.r- Under :Management Of
m-ti: be h.-:<1 at the office of card .
muok soil alone 50OOOO !
lntrlct: in the INx Off-.ce pjlMtrc: .t ;;lades
t-anal Point '...n Beach County WM -- which hal N''en declared exc-i-r.t;
on M.'nda\ September ?9 194T at9iu
clock in the forenoon for the I for future development' and nl\ Carl C. GeigerPhone
purpoM1 ft 130.000 to 110.00: acres of whis
1 Flectlnu a Supervisor for Dl-
,talon J ; in us*.
? Rerex ar vs*: retv>rt. and He saw the rapid increase C f
j 'I' O. Box 022: :
taklnK MWh action "'lth re+pect I I 1 133:): .
tf.crr attO': :.andowner may small home-farm plots just we-
dtermr.e and !lof the Palm Reaches a(. a good "
3 Trana(rln* .\ch other tmtneva "Will Your Bu inc.<>
mat come before the treettr.j. ;1 s:jm for the community: s f- t-> :
BO RD OF TFFRVI5ORS OF : But farming in this County T.Tte
main is big xdstryr aM .: ,

Bv 1 t St-.jrker' P-e$.iir.t K. -t\'-E, :tt vf T-.r .-. *> s'a7'!i .
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