The Everglades news

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The Everglades news
Alternate title:
Belle Glade news
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Everglades News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
September 24, 1948
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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
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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I II Life Sure Gets Tedious, Don't It? |


F I Beauty Contest To toughest Wednesday part afternoon of the hurricane during tn a Last Minute Change New Cattle Market

RECENT friend of the editor's barged irto Messes Up Nice Job

OPERATIONSBy I'I i Mark Opening Of this cracking newspaper a smile I' office said and: "Life without suragets Of Schedule PrintingJust Will Be Located In

tedious don't it?"

Swimming PoolOne The remark wasn't a bit funnyat 24 hours after the Blue Town Belle GladeLittle
Paul RardinI
the time but. today with a Devils foot ball schedules were

bright sun overhead as we look printed last week came notice
of the outstanding featureson back on the remark and how from Gesu High School in :Miam.: Doc Van Landingham.
members of the
spoke befare. the day's program at the com aptly it fit the occasion, we can that their game would have to b* president of the Glades Livestock
Lions Club Pahokee Tuesday.
in Pahokee. A handsome
bit of humor it. played
see a in
County Engineer Jake Boyd and: munity celebration of the openingof Market Association and Thurm
Columns have been written already job of printing the large schedule-
County Commissioner Lake Lytil the new puohc swimming pool about the big blow. Millions had been turned out by The Ever- ond Knight, vice president, and

of West Palm Beach were sched- early next month will be a beau- of words have been sputtered intro glades News commercial printing other members of the new organization -
uled to tell the Lions about county
ty contest sponsored by the Beta microphones over the country tel!- department. To see part of this recently visited the Tampa

airport.government The and hurricane the Bacom made it Point impossible Omicron Chapter of the Beta Sigma mpr of the hurricane, its course, its printing job scratched through and market. Their idea in making this
destruction and its final trip int- messed up with a fountain pen particular visit was to find out
Phi Sorority according to
for either of them to make
the sea.There. hurt the pride of those who had what makes a successful cattl
the trip-so. I did the talking. I plans made at a meeting of the are no beans left. turned out the finished job. market tick.
took the new county budget and at the home of :Mrs: D. W.
showed the boys where their chapter Sugar cane is a twisted and Not only did the large placardsget After visiting the Tampa market
Cunningham on Thursday evening broken masc.Ramie a complete going over but and several others in the state the-
I also told them why
money goes. of last week. is flattened and leafless the small cards carrying the entire decided that the Hillsbor-
next than I
taxes will be higher year
The Cattle crop was saved. falls schedule of games received most successful
Mrs. E. J. Graham president ough set-up was
they are this year named Mrs. M. I. Keen. Mrs. Earl Hundreds of trees have been up- I the same treatment. Don't The new market to be erected at
rooted. I misunderstand us. the changeswere Belle Glade will be patterned afterit
Maxson Mrs. :Mrs:
Clyde Alley,
In the weekly bulletin publishedby Many roofs blew off. necessary._But it's the prideof .
I in all probability.The
Lewis Friend Mrs. O. R. Bleed
the Lions I noted that last weei that
The is flooded. the printing industry'
country officers of the associationare
had 100 attendance. I and Mrs Rupert Mock on the com-
they percent Conner's makes an establishment want its
Water is over highway on a deal for a tract of land
remember when we had 100 mittee in charge of arrangementsfor
can attractive
roads are water-logged product to present an
the County in Belle Glade just north of the ice
contest. Contest
percent attendance at the Pahokee when it Is posted tn
Telephone service in this news- appearance and alongside the Florida
to rules will be announced as soon plant
Club. However, it seems
Rotary paper office is out. (Nothing unusual the public to peruse. East Coast railroad. Charter memberships -
as they are formulated by the com-
me that it has been a long time .) Just to be honest about the
taken in the
since we hung up a record like mittee. All proceeds from the profeet wants are being
whole this
has been restored in thing newspaper
Electricity for the remainder ,of
will into the organization
that. It seems to me like it hu fund. go swimming most places by the hardest work- the public to know that it was no September and those wishing to
been a long time since we hung pool in this office that caused the
A on '"Conduct and ing crew of linemen in the South error join should get in touch with H.
up a record. program All in all the Everglades sectionof cards to look like they do. Bell
L. Speer at his office in
. Friendship" presented by Mrs .
Palm Beach county is right
R. R. Long assisted by Mrs. Lewis. Glade.
back where it was a year ago after Rumors were bruited about th-
RadioTlGetYouIf Friend and Mrs. Earl: Maxson. la- Game Will
the 1947 flood. Opening
latter conducting a forum on I countryside that the market was
"Friendship." Mrs. I. M. Lair reported And the more we think about to be established on the Atlantic

You Break Any Fish that materials for the preparation that friend's remark, the more"1J we!- Be Played Tonight I Ii Coast Line Railroad at Lake Harbor -
inclined to believe
of future are are It i- a known fact that the
available at the programs and school does get tedious, don't it?" Florida East Coast Railroad has
And Game libraries. i Lair Field, Maybe! I never been too big-hearted about

Plans were made for entertaining New Hours Named building sidetracks for prospective
It's going to be mighty tough in husbands of members at a Coach Clyde Allev's Pahok customer Witness the Everglades -

the future to cheat on the Game barbecue and outdoor party at th! For Glades ClinicsMr. Blue Devils are scheduled to take Growers Cooperative in Pahokee

and Fresh Water Fish Commission home of Mrs H. Williams on the field tonight against; the invading ,) Howe'erhen new *
agents. It won't make a bit the evening of Sept. 27. Mrs T. W Paul Rardin. grldsmen from St. Theresaof trickled into St. Augustine officesof

of difference if you did make :i Knight ltd in the group singingof County Commissioner, Miami. The elements have been the Flagler !System business

premium payment of two-bits.on sorority songs with Mrs Parnell Canal Point. Florida against such an encounter durin ; [picked upBefore .
your license, the commission has Enecks at the piano. 'Dear Mr. Rardin : the week but the coach is of the the proverbial time had
taken to radio to track down vio- The next regular meeting will beheld In accordance with our conversation I. (opinion that lights and all necessary passed! that it takes to say Lat.r
lators. at the home of Mrs Lewis yesterday regarding the appurtenances cants Okeechobce. bigwigs; of the FF.C

The first radio unit of the commission Friend on the night of Oct. 7 with needed change in hours for the straightened out before game time. were full of promises to the proposed

is to be established in Mrs. J. C. Sfcoeppel assisting in the .Countv Physician's: Clinic in the Over the week end the light organization if only it would
Okeechobee City and it will be abe! entertainng.Ms Glades Area due to the very heavy were focused and made ready fir locate on the FEC. Forthcoming;,

to make instant contact with radio John A. Dulanv., ('(\-' Mtf'OS clinic at the Belle Glade HO'l'lta1.! tie: opening game tonight Then, from the long-time ur.tra-conwpr-

equipped jeeps patrol boats. assisted' Mrs Cunnnpran with I am requesting that you give no- out of the clear blue sky and from \ative East Coast was a promisefor
swamp buggies and other rolling! serving of refreshments to 22 lice to the general; public that the many directions came a hurrtcarc a railroad sidetrack anJ

and floating stock used to hunt . clinics on and after September 30. After that the lights needed focusing enough sand hundreds of rardsito
down those who break game la""lI. 1P-tS. will be as follows again. If electricity is available cover two acres of land (for

Included in the equipment set-up i- PTA Group Will :Meet Pahokee and the lights are back in rattle pens) two fet dp and alo
Hospital 1:00 3M: p mBelle furnish necessary loading equipment -
a hydroplane. shape by 8:15 tonight you can weer I
Game wardens will be in con- In WPB In Nov. Glade tha'lOn'5' opener.Vegetable i
stant touch with the station and Hospital 3:30 5;30 p m. . I The proverbial burr had been Inerted -
coordination and cooperation will WEST PALM BEACH -- The I The above plan will save the To pertly in the spot where. it

eventually lead the agent to the I Florida C"nJna of Parent and i County Physician and Nurse considerable Group got the most action.

fellow who. is breaking the law. On Teacters will hold its 25th annual time and enable them todevote :Meet In WPB Oct. 5 I I More power to the Atlantic Coast
: complete afternoon to Lire and const rurt Ion of Its pr
Lake Okeechobee the hydroplane convention in Nest Palm Beach. a
will swoop down over the game: November P, 10 and 11, it was announced the dine in these two citiesI WEST PALM BEACH The I I into the deep Kvericlades;_ To de

violator, instantly the pilot wi.l I by Mr,. J. E. Shea president am making this same requestof ;i Florida Fruit and Vegetable AII- ;:it has brought action In the futur.

radio_ acadquartriV&nd headquarters -. of the county Parent Teach- the other newspaper in theGlades ': socUtion will hold its fifth annual it will certainly brtrg more action
section of the County, as for thee frond of the railroad fa-
win dispatch a speed boat loaded ers Organization. i I meeting here October 5-7. with a
with minions of the law towariI Headquarters for the con\enticn ''well as the radio station in Bell I number of important matter on iron

the allege violator. Before the have been established at the I GlaV. for the irformation of the | the aperrJa Manager LaMont! .--

Iteense-buvtng "sportsman" knows I George Washington Hotel and sesicrs :*' public. Craw has announced One <.f the I
what. Is going on he will be snatched during; the eti"-g will b- i Thanking you for your usual coopemtion. major items of"'di"Us will *" Mr N F: Ingram: returned

up and carted off to jail.B. held at the High School and at thFirst I an the effect: of rail rate increases on Sunday to her hone in St Petersburg
A. Eventt of Tallahassee, Methodist ChurchA Very truly vcmrs.W theirter vegetable Industry after a two week viMt .ttr.lIf'r
chief of the communications division pre-convention meeting of the 1:. Van Landlng am, M D. Other d-cusurfi will center nephew and niece Mr and

of the game and fish cone- State Board of Managers, will fc? I County Physician around the farm labor supply fo: H M. Mdntoah in She

mission is in Okeechobee City supervising held all day Tuesday November 9. .1. l4S-49. material and equipmen vas accompanied to St- Petersburg

installation of the new' ,it wa announced by Mrs J. Floy "'r. and Mrs George Fletcher(situation price and marketi v by Mr and Mrs. McIntosh wb*

setup. It bas been pointed out that Griffin. Tamps stat president.AH of Miami and IndiaMown visited i prospects. donst aDd foreign visited their son. Cadet Kenneth
UM crstcm win be available in reservations: should be mate I Rev and Mrs. C. T. Howes and I I competition and consumer pack hfdntosb at Flood Military

storm and other emergencies through convention teadquartcra otter friends in Pahokee Sunday &C1r.C. Academy

Page Two The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday. September 24, 1913

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THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing Distillers' Ne".spaper1"! !

Ads Cost $ "
the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region

Established 1924 Published Every Friday u. S. distillers spent 28712.497 ENNIS CAFE
Price Year In Advance
Subscription $2.00 in newspaper and magazines in

1947. advertising their brand-name?
The News Is Entered at the Post Office
1._ whiskies. Of this amount Home Cooked Food.
" In Canal Point. Florida, aa Second Class Matter 835. a little more than $10.053"1

went to newspapers. $ .
Owner Editor Publisher Will Be Open For Business
Paul Rardin magazines..
Including gin ($2633.843) and
Prices Are Better rum ($539.160) the total reached
Cinematic ChatterBy $31.885.500 FRIDAY OCT. 1
Malcolm Millar On Citrus Than The !
The leading ten in Whiskey aivertismg. -
Public Believes far '
so as
newspapers are
The sun blazes down on a concerned were, according to AI The Home of Properly Prepared

strange drama of lonely love, relentless LAKELAND' Prices paid by Paul Lefton Co.:

pursuit and deadly en- independent, cash-buyer citrus 1. Four Roses .. $624....1 Food In Canal Point i iI
counter in the high Sierras when canners for fruit they processedthis 2. Calvert Reserve 531.49S I

the intensely dramatic picture past season were a lot better 3. Schenley Reserve 522.376
"Relentless" bows onto the screen than most folks realize figures released 4. 7 Crown .. 477.429 -- I
of the Prince Theatre, Sunday- here today by the Canners 5. PM: DeLuxe -._ . 464,333 --- __= _

Monday, with Robert Young and League of Florida indicate. 6. Hunter __ !_.r 464.083 - - - - -
Marguerita Chapman carrying the And to go along with this encouraging 7. Old Thompson 352,496

responsibility the story. sign canners set a new 8. Schenley Whiskies 335,624
The picture is done in gorgeous record in volume of fruit used and 9. Fleischmann's Pre_ 313,165 i ij ,
technicolor, which brings out the juice packed, reaching ever-wider 10. Philadelphia 298.023 I Bring us jour TIRE TROUBLES-.
beauty and majesty of the West. distribution all over the country. 11
In the field the 10
list of featured the League I Tires are our business size
Heading the large .Cash-bujer canners leaders accounted for $4.383,804 jf any any ::1
players are Willard Parker, j I reports packed approximatelyhalf
the 10053.835 total.
Akim Tamiroff and Barton Mc- of the state's total outputfor Group or family-name advertising II!i type to fit your particular need.PAUL'S II III

Lane, all of whom turn in excep- 1947-48. such as the $335.62fo)- I II
which makes for
tional performances Average per-box price
Whiskies in
Schenley the newspapers
this attraction out-standing. oranges paid by League memberswas was typical of a number !I '
"Relentless" is the story of a 87.3 cents. This was the price of other distillers'* advertising SERVICE STATION I'I'IJ'
wandering cowboy and a gal in delivered to the cannery, and includes -
I '
blue jeans . playing murderous picking and hauling cost?, which breakdown prevented a more detailed IJ'' CANAL POINT, FLORIDA '
of the actual brand II It
bide and seek from the snowcapped the two-cent advertising tax and :name expenditure. I I .,
Sierras to the sun-scorched one-fifth cent inspection tax. Of
the total newspaper gin ad-
desert. Side by side they stalked While picking and hauling costs :
vertising of $797,170. the leading _.
their prey, from outlaw roosts vary widely, allowing 30 cents per I five brands advertised -

high the in trackless the Sierras de\ilJ trapsin cents box for tax.this the expense net on-tree, plus grower'sreturn the two 1.2. Hiram Walker .were. $206.112: ."J....-.."_,*,_- ". t_*"_t_*"***,.._*"_."_."_."_."_,....- ."._,....- ......-.......- ......-_...._._......:..

Gilbeys 135.132 .
I think you will like it. I know out of the 87.3 cents pad 3. Dixie Belle 76,750 a 1'' Office Machine Headquarters ..t
vo"3 't miss it! by cash-buyer canners wait approximately 4. '
Seagrams 67.311
Gee you at tie movies-Mal. I 55 cents.: This is an appreciable I I 5. Bellows Fine Club 57.315 Cal. Underwood Typewriters .

.. increase from the 46 cents 4 Sundstrand Adding Machine 4..
I on-tree figure reported bv the : Marchant Calculating Machines :
Five hundred thousand modern All products other than fruits . ; .
Bureau of Agricultural Economicsfor A. B- Dick
Mimeographs :
home in ten years will be made and vegetables that are packed :u .) ..
in 1946-47.
preceding oranges tin cans and that have their Elliott Addresso GraphsF
possible through: new building materials peas :
- <> .
& E Check Writers
and techniques accordingto production in summer may bo ."
article the August issueof CHURCH OF CHRIST pinched by government restrictions I,
an in :
t' :::
Silence Illustrated Magazine. SCIENTIST"REALITY" on tin usage!' according tc I ,
is the subject ot the American Can Companv.Canned :, ; Phone 2-3883 West Palm Beach :
the Lesson-Sermon which will be beer is likely to he one i,I. a ss"
w w w w w w w w w w w w
rea din Churches of Christ. Scien- of the hardest hit. : ss3sasrs< ss ss as ?999 ??s a4i s

Classified AdsFOR tist throughout the world on Sun-I

cb ', September 26.
The Golden Text is: "The things 1:0",.
SALE: New and used Willys which are seen are temporal: but 11101.' qh

..JPE'ps.'altt>r Ashley Garage InBelle the things which are not seen are Of'th h& and e hja1. ......
Glade. Phone 126. Jllch eternal" Among the citation! which com- r OI'J/1 'thIf '*

SEPTIC tacks and grease traps prise the Lesson-Sermon is the fol- Here's a bitGOO s.St.fe: :ll1dtjl11es*qSO/j. "- ,

cleaned and repaired. Phone lowing from the Bible "For the Qtol. oftht: ; ".
3872. Bob Douthit. Pahokee. M17c invisible things of him from thc"ation hl1y i/1 t.f'q age egal.,
DRILLING"See of the world are clearly -
understood by the .N
Douthit Pahokee, Fla. Phone seen being { ; 2
3872. July 16-1 things that are made, even his I -LII. 'lSelf', .
and Godht'adRo-
eternal power a JC
FOR SALE: Dining room suite or mans 1:20 (to ;>. ; sit l'e' '. I
will trade for small or medium The Lesson-Sermon also includes lle, ..
n cAo .
sized piano. Suite has buffet the following passage from th- a_ able /

china cabinet table and six chair Christian Science textbook "Sci 1101'. to tak 4SSSS" ,
blond finish. Mrs. C. L. Shirley. ence and Health with Key to the
Phone 3882, Pahokee. K-S24 Scriptures" brIary: Baker Eddy
"There is but ore primal caust" "/1J"; V/o catih. s
FOR SALE: 7 Unit ApartmentHouse '*
Therefore there can be no effect l11ol
completely furnished interior I1g N
from any other cause, and there t sio Ihg
freshly painted this is a J"e
can do no reality in aught whicidoes
good buy. Call 7143 or 2181 VeUi
not proceed from this great
I. Elliott. Reg. Real Estate Broker. n
and only cause. . The spiritual oII.h'
St-SlOtf Ash B
reality Is the scientific fact in all 1 tans has xtehs. o ojyOH
FOR SALE: 6 room house within things. The spiritual fact, repeat: N t st alle soh *>are
one block of Pahokee Postoffi. in the action of man and the whole h sal d tele '
this house needs repairs and U universe Is harmonious and is tae takeof hlyiis to lh k ohl Aho / /tip

being sold at a bargain. Call 7141 ideal of Truth" (207:20-23. 2- boa rare Ord call es Il acs rahs
2181. Velva I. Real 29). t the > fE
or Elliott Reg the soa7ers f t shoutah
Estate Rroker. St-SlOtf rat etihle del k-hit
a be

FOR 100 SALE feet frontage: 2 lake front on main lots high over! Has Myra Birthday Ruth Frasure PartyMrs. 01.A : sohabl es sate hot/of iela3fia l betefenh B4s' essot' heeh 70fA

way. Call 7143 or 2181. Vein I. :t of is Stu I oh h I oil.ahd of caUSe Se> phi

Elliott Reg Real Estate B-ok- Roy Kautz entertained Aatr SeteIeAho edih here ofah vce eP. grabehtly,
er. St-SlOtf hs hPS the are
cerhs Xtens 9vi
Saturday afternoon with a party:\ h still ? i ges ad
MATTRESSES BF.NOVVTF.O and honoring her niece. :Mvra' Ruth ahdof be t 'hat. hstall i'nieht f tr dedse.ail

made to jour order; We an Frasure. who was celebrating her TfhIts long cPdelals a f h II h3.3 oOh f ft*' h is cspc: e .
bark in business after a fire and third birthday anniverasry. Games ? a has So es, r
Mercantile. Box 325. Pahokee. were" placed and refreshment' bUs the theye arh s ca */j. **! or 6fn for.

have all new eq\&lrmf'nt-.cJad were served bv the hostess to Bet- his falhCc iehc t hingesjh thPf J >11; a
Phone 4171' 1'.J Phillips Buddy Lampi h (1 / /
firmer Fra-ure Jr. Sharon Bicon Ot ?t ? 17)fOl t Il- telfi h )st tc.
S \LF.I.\S: For roll white indus- Ronnie Kautz and Mvra R'ith LeousGj the he/ (. h f=tte t' Al o sit doh 'O'li hat rears -

trial debit, pool guarantee fioctar d tel hhos1jo ertO h e
ji.ddfnd liberal commission. -- fnc oa telEet o e Vor has
debit in Glades be The" K F Goodrich Company ?h c;i. ne r
area. mu t permanent (js 'U.atess Alachone Il oh eh 3' rorh \a
resident" with' car Call will tart construction this nv>nTi ? jhro I '. /er **
West Palm Beach 2-3265 Collect if on a new multimillion dollar <1t
interested 21-K-CXt. 1 p for manufacture of mdjtni" 'i-:;:;
rubber ht>1tini:. at Akron. Ohi"according rj hat he ctl_ af. Call fro *Jcr rusL
to T. G Graham \irpresident" -:- ct a ll. -

CHILLS ft FEVER : l'n.

One hundred riieteen met en-


during the nvnsth of AucM!&t. ac- --"...,,...
SY 6661 cooling to Cape K. E. Flake St .
Marine Recruiting Officer .


Friday September 24. 1948 The liverglade News Canal Point Florida' Page Three

Two Circles Met Increase I In Millage For I,

Monday EveningTwo I

Methodist circles Woman's of the Pahokee Society Firs of Hospitals And Schools 4 SERVANT OF THE GLADES

Christian Service conducted reg- Cause For Tax Boost I i 9I
ular meetings at the homes of I I

members Monday night. II

The Gertrude Shirley Circle met Next year's. taxes. are going to be higher than they. are' I 4 Buses To Miami

at the home of Mrs. E. F. Mclll- this year. In fat, they are going to be a great deal higher.In To West Palm Beach
wain with Mrs. John A. Dulany Can?l Point, stattand county taxes will be 22.3thigh; I

assisting Elliott as co-hostess. Mrs. Jest er, in Pahokee t'ey' '.vill be 19.67 higher, in Belle Glade Dally To FtI'ers & Lakeland
presented a on
'Ye Have Done It Onto program Me" Talkson thej.will L e 1'J.C ( higher while !in the recently create i

the subject were given by Mis. City of South Bay they will be 16.1 f'r higher.

Al Beverly Mrs. K. J. Graham and Tn order that the man who bears the tax burden may I
Glades Motor Lines Inc.
Mrs. L. M. Collins. Mrs. M. I. knjw the why and wherefore of the tax increase, The Everglades f ,

Keen, chairman presided at the News is oiTstniing herewith a table which is self- I

business. Refreshments were serv- explanatory. In case, however, that figures baffle you at SERVING THE GLADES"

ed to 15. times we are going to take the liberty of explaining the I
Mrs. Lee Rawls was hostess to
fvt tables.
members of the Mary Martha Table No. 1 shows the millage necessarJ.for. the present
Circle with Mrs. J. B. Snyder and
year compared with the millage assessed for the com-
Mrs. T.V.. Jenkins assisting as
co-hostesses. A program on "101' ing year. That's column! one and two. In column three the PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERS
vitations to Decisions" was pre- increase! in milage is shown and the fourth column shows

sented by Mrs. Lewis Friend as- the percentage of increase. The first table is easy to understand -

sisted'by Mrs. Ellis Murphy MI"' it is simple arithmetic. I _ -- _ -'-==-- -:---_ _ __ _
Myers Fountain and Mrs. D. W. Here is table Xo'1: !I ,
Cunningham. Mrs. Kenneth Mock, Millage Millage I I
chairman, presided at the This Coming Millaje Percentage
program Year Year Increase Increase! Shrubs and Trees I
business in the absence of the president i
Mrs. Jack Phillips who is ill. Canal Point __ _m 29.87 36.54 6.67 22.3cr

It was announced that Mrs. J. T. I Pahokee __uu u _u 33.87 40.54 6.67 19.6% : ALL VARIETIES AT RETAIL
Boynton will act as program
chairman during the illness of Mrs. Belle Glade.._ ___u 33.87 40.54 6.67 19.6% I

Phillips. Refreshments were serv- South Ray ____._n____ 35.07 40.74 5.67 16.1% : : Authorized Sales and Service

ed to 13. .. . Table No. 2 is no more complicated than the first one. JACOBSEN POWER AND
Council But, it is the one that shows in detail where your money
Southern Regional
for Education has named Dr. JohnE. goes. HAND LAWN MOWERS I
Ivy. formerly of the Univer- SCHOOL MILLAGE. The school board in order to meet ,

sity of North Carolina to draw operating expanses during the coming year has had to< I
up its operating plans. boost the miilage from 14.6 to 17.10 which has already ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO. !:

been okehed by the tate board of public instruction. Open Wednesday and Saturday afternoons 1! I

NOTICE HOSPI1 AL Dhettors of the Western Palm Beach 1100 Southern Blvd.. West Palm Beach !
Public Notice to hereby given that County Pablic: Hospital Board, operating the Belle Glade

the with undersigned the Clerk: of Intends the Circuit to register Court: and Pahokee hopitls have deemed it necessary to raise - _ : I
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of Palm Beach County. Florida. pursu- the millap-e! from 5.0 to 8.25 for the coming year. == =-==___ __ u

ant the Section fictitious Florida to-wlt Statutes TWO ITEMS. You will readily note that in the two items

FERTILIZER SALES AND COMPANY INSECTICIDE -?chools and hospitals-there has been a boost in millage - .

Under which name I am engaged in 5.75: milk This makes up a large majority of the entire
business In Pahokee.W. W. McCURDY Florida. tax boost of 6.67 mills. p

Box 801.Pahokee... Fla. In Road District Xo. 11-from which this district gets a

Pub. Sept. 10. 17. 24. Oct. 1. 1943. large share of money for roads and bridges-the millage i is

NOTICE the same as its has been for years--one mill. The Inland i a4I, aM
Public Notice Is hereby given that Navigation District is assessing one-tenth of a mill in nextyear's
the undersigned intend to register with I
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Palm roll.GENERAL.
Beach county. Florida. pursuant to COUNTY. Here is an item that covers many,
Section 86509 Florida Statutes 1941. !
the fictitious name, to-wit: mny expenditures money from this particular fundis vu Q
\HOKEE ELECTRIC expended under the direction of county commissioners.At .
Under which w" are engaged In business -
In Pahokee.. T.FloridaJ. OUNTER the recent two-weks budget meeting of the commission,
J. T. GUTIERREZ members workec1 for days in an effort to hold the millage

ub.: Sept. 10.Pahokee.17. 24. Oct.Fla.1. 1943. down to 9.27 mills-the same as it was last: 'ear-but increased o

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR salaries: of county employees as well as increased iLrc
TAX DEED co.-ts of materials made it necessary to increase! this item
(Senate Bill No. 163) some. By paring here and shaving there the commissionerswere
Y. Byrd. holder of Tax CertificateNo. able to prepr'.r next year's budget with an increaseof :
8175. Issued the 5th day of August.A. only .82 mill .
D. 1929. has filed same In my office
and has made application for a tax Here is Table No. 2.
deed to be Issued thereon Said certificate -
This Coming Millape
embraces the followl*? d'-
scribed property In the County of Year Year Increase
Palm Beach. State of Florida. to-wit: School 17.10 2.50 HO PARKING PROBLEMS
Lot 1 Block 2. El Be Court. Delray Millage.14.6

The Fla.. assessment as in PB 12 of P the 54. said property Hospital District __.____. 5.0 8.25 3.25 MO DRIVING WORRIES
under the said certificate Issued wasin
the name of Unknown. Road District No. 11 _. 1.0 1.00 GREYHOUND BUS STATION
Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -
according to law the property Inland Na-. Dist. .10 .10 ('\InK-aIGtn DKl'fi STORE
described -----
thf'rf'ln1 be void to the
highest bidder at the court house dOor General I Phone 3921 Canal Point. Flo.U'H .
on the first Monday In the month of County ,_______ 9.27 10.09 .82 -
October. 1948. which Is the 4th day of
October.Dated this 1948 3rd day of September 1944! pitalizatir.n. mosquito control county airport, mother's aid detention --a----
.. ALEX ARNET"X. o.e. count.* park, county agents office, county welfare etc.. afd I 1
(Circuit Court Seal items handled by County Commissioners.)
Clerk: of Circuit Court of Under General County item above will
Palm Beach County. Florida. you note listed
Pub: Sept. 3. 10. 17 & 24 IMII several o: the item which are paid annually out of this

fund. This: :s the fund from which county commissioners

carry on their county business and the fact that it has been +

increased' less than a mill speaks well for the men on th board. An increase of less than a mill in the face of rising: 'Fromwhere I sit Joe'Marsh
costs: on every hand i? assurance that considerable thought .

Prince TheatrePahokee and study was given the General County item before it was

placed in tne budget ,"'
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Nicest Compliment

Florida Growers Group Now I of Florida vegetables will be madeat
the annual meeting of the Association I've HadOne
Has A New Name I which U Scheduled to by .

SundayMondaySept. held at West Palm Beach October I*.. of that he had
of the nicest comment* e illustration never
ORLAXDO -Pointing to the" effective :>-6-".
received about this colamn wa happened to have a taste for al.
work of the Florida FTut'and
2627"RELE.NTLESS" Association original ,v from an editor in the Middle West or beer. But that when I spoke of
Vegetable: Association" in pro-' known as the Florida'E'gt'tab'" f
vidng I called on. And while I don't like the rigKl to enjoy a moderate hews
supplementary farm labor Committee, changed its Its*
1'iring the! past sa-on. La tonte'Graw. year to the Fk rid-, Grower name Ass-I to rite i myself orchid. I think it erase like beer, well he was right
illustrate a point."Ji there with roe!
manager stated that more ciation. but it was found: that the
tf.1n12!: million man h
starring work were performed by worker er-shipper groups, and at a ff'<'t'r.! don't agree with everything you important thing; : not whether J NI
supplied to growers through tae! dirt'ctou'mHt1r. it was decidtl ay, but I always like ta run your hare another pt'rUln'ti tastes or

Robert Young efforts of the Association, and a : to again charge the name, and the" rolurr.n. Because it gets down to point of fie i *-but whether you
serious farm labor shortage averted. -' organization u now knout as th- earth! ant talk about tt* rig At t* reeorniie hi* right to e.ereke a3itapre.

and j Florida Fruit and Vegetable AASV.ciatior : '. And it or.y! asks for Idfn. choke ia a free land.
Arrangements are now pending traer toward the other persos:*,

Marguerita Chapman to provide similar service dunr. 1
the coming season. A full reporton Fire safe ceramic tile floor and He wen: on to explain by waj O T" ,,tot(
tie labor prospects for 194S.f wall around the stove will reduce

1949 and on other factors that: will kitchen fre hazards accorir.g t>
affect production: and msrk'bQr' I fire safety expert C"PJr'f'.: ra fr4. : _..s.. ... s. ..- ..


Four The Everglaoes News, Canal Point, Florida Friday September 24, 1943

Senior High Classes

Name PresidentsThree

__ classes at Senior

H. J. Clause returned this week HIGV/AY: : IMPOST DOLLAR High the new School school have year organized and elected for

new class officers as follows:
from a business trip of several
Senior Cla!'s--G. M Bolk. Jr.
days in Orlando. Enroute home he
Lee Wroten vice
president: prei-
visited bis son-in-law and daughter
D I I.HIGHWAY USE dent; Lorettailson.. secretary;
Mr. and Mrs. Harris Folds, in
Clarence Padgett treasurer, James
Sanford Sims business manager Dellona
Terry C. Lee of Tallahassee I ____NONHIGHWAY USE
Jones reporter and Evelyn Malov.
state co-ordinator of public institutions -

spent the first of the weekin sergeant-at-arms.
Junior Class-Barbara Wilson,
the Glades on business and
ate' VI president: Stanley Hooks. "vice
while here spent Sunday visiting x
president; Betty Hicks secretary;
his sisters, Mrs. L. J. Fraser anti
Johanna McKmstry. treasurer;
Mrs. J. V. Thomas, and families *n
2 .. Billy R. Mosely and Lula Makcn.

Pahokee.Mr.. and. Mrs. R. J. Schroder at- / ik&: ____ business managers David Rame).
reporter and John Ogle sergeant-
cabinet '
tended the Lions zone SFL
; at-arms.
meeting in Lake Worth Sunday.
Freshman Class Dickie Atkins.president
their ,
They were accompanied by
; Rita Fay Hurt. vice-
son. Bobby and Jackie Thomas,
president and Mary Ann Howe
who spent the day at the beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kautz moved:: secretary-treasurer.
The Sophomore Class whose
residence -
Into their newly completed
in the Vetville subdivisionthis election was declared null and void
second house because of a breach in parliamen-
week. This is the
to be completed in Vetville and a tary law, will conduct a neelec-
under construction. tion in the near future.
third is now
.. . .

Legion Post No. 90 .
College Students
Met Monday Night

i Honored At PartyThe
Members of Fred and Percy

Mansfield Post 90 at a meeting in i Intermediate through Adult
. the Woman's Club building Mon ''I Training Unions of the Canal

day night made plans to send a Point had a social Monday night

motorcade of local Legionnaires to .. I honoring two of its young peopl:.%
the big initiation meeting of the tt' \ Miss Dorothy Chastain and Miss

Lake Worth Legion Post on the 8 Lois Echols who will soon leave

night of Oct. 11 at which Nation $ : + \ \ to enter college Miss Chastain will

Commander O"Neil will be guest I enter Stetson University in DelanJ

speaker. They also accepted an invitation where she will bea: sophomore,
to attend the initiation & and Miss Echols will enter Emory

meeting of the Belle Glade Post on School of Nursing.Mrs. .

Tuesday night of this week. B. E. Scoggin and Mrs. L.

The Post voted to sponsor a benefit L. Home had charge; of the games

dance in the Elks Hall as i and a very enjoyable time was had

part of the community celebra- r by the following: the Misses Dorothy

tion of the opening of the new Cha-tain. Lois Echols. Marlene

swimming pool in the city park Williams Mildred McInnis. Yvonne

which is scheduled to take place Weeks. Pat Geiger D.J1or1lJon",

early next month the date to be Mr. and Mrs Charles Maxson J.

announced. All proceeds from the : '1 5 4L S. Chastain, B. E. Scoggin. L. L.Hornt .

dance will go into l the swimming J. H. Bordeaux G. T.

pool fund.William. ,,- Ecnols. Charles Curtner, M r a.
Howard new assistant Charles Jones :Mrs. ).I. J. Sapp.

coach of the Pahokee Blue Devils OTHER STAT Mrs. R. T. Smith. :Mrs. G. L. Sims

was introduced and welcomed as Mrs. M. D. Geiger, Buddy Sims

a new member of Post 90. Jacob and Trevette Weeks and
,. -- .
It was announced that Poet 90 -*. Alton Jones
and the Legion Auxiliary will meet .

jointly in the woman's clubhouse This chart graphically illustrates the contention made by the Flor-
Monday night Oct. 4, for a covered
dish supper with auxiliary mem- ida Good Roads Association, showing the large proportion of gaso- Pan American TakesIn

bers acting as hostesses. line taxes being diverted to non-high\vav uses. Although this chart Wider Scope In

.L was made on figures for 1946, the proportions are about the same for Its Clipper ServiceMIAMI
Florida ia receiving nationwide

picture publicity thanks to the effective 1947 and 1948. The 36 cents diverted from every dollar last year ..Pan American a\iatici

work of Howe Sadler director took on a new phase last week
amounted to about $20,000,000. In other Southern States, only 8 cents I
of the Florida News &: when the first Convair Clipper togo

Photo Service official publicity was taken from each dollar, while other states in the United States into service took off from the

agency Commission.for the State Advertising show but 5 cents. Florida has the undesirable distinction of leading ica.International British West Airport Indies for, carryinga Jama

allStates in the diversion of highway funds. The Florida Good Road group of Florida news radio ar J

Florida celery growers at a recent Association is urging the passage of Good Roads Amendment No. 1, public relations to witness men the and christeningof roomerinvited

meeting voted to use only one on November 2. the ship, the Jamaica Clipper

.. standard crate next season size at Kingston
9 3-4 x 16 :x 20 inches it was an- I The Inaugural flight from Miamito

nounced by the Florida Growe-s Citrus Men Fuss Prodjcers Trade Association is Fort Mjers and thirty sister Kingston was completed in two
Association. impracital. I thank for this cities are working to secure Florida -
you hours! and twenty minutes despif
Over Merger Plan information but I'm rather at a Airways service! to the city. strong headwinds
loss to know why the sudden Fort M>ers is now served by Na- Regular; service began last week
A baseball enthusiast. M. J. LAKELAND tional Airlines but will continuO
C. Pedersen change in the membership's attitude with two round trips weekly
Moss, Orlando realtor has a stand- its efforts to secure additional
Waverly.. president of the FlorIda inasmuch as your organization scheduled
ing offer of $7.50 for every home offcials said.
Citrus Producers Trade Association was the one that instigatethe The new hip U the latest thin,;
run knocked by any member cf has corrected an Impression merger in the first place. In commercial aviation. It is tV
tram in the Central Florid
any circuit. l that a proposed merger II "Perhaps we can all merge: Wet pavements are easy on: only commercial aircraft gaming

of his organization with United under the banners of the Florida tires in one respect B. F. Goodrich Additional power and speed by
- Grower and Shippers Association I Citrus Mutual to the advantage of engineers that tire tlizing formerly waster! exhatu*

Florida legislators better tak'' was PTA's idea I I all Florida growers shippers a"d ; average 40 degrees say! lower to heads gas as an auxiliary: jet thrust

a pocket full of pickles with them Lute last week the membership earner** I ature when roads are wet (than Pressurized cabin enables the

to Tallahassee aa the city has installed of United voted to reject th- I; Merger' of the two groups had when the surface is dry. Clipper to cruise In the calm upper -

280 parking; meters sinc* merger plan as impractical and I town under discussion for sometime i .. _ air AM there Is no ear popping
the last legislature session Pedersen said a statement to that ', and was considered at :l I discomfort while climbing or d*-
effect from Murl Pace, of Orlando I f joint director*' meeting early: tn I The American Institute of Mm' rendirg New safety .
: United president gave the impression the week I ing Engineers! toured the phosphate three blde pro(.ll rs th**

A new plastic tile for kitchens I that the proposal came I Pedersen said PTA had gone to areas and vented the plantof featf-er automatically In an emer-
and bathrooms has been developed : from PTA. IJuM I considerable effort to call direc- j' the International Minerals and genry, wheels rn a tricyc'.jO

by the Monsanto Chemical Com- : the reverse is true.** P_ | orV meetings and appoint committees I Chemical Corporation following. landing gear and leak (.rn..f gas

pan)". It can be cemented to either i der wood or plaster. I the record straight 'I: added that hedidn.t know wnv i weekend.
I _ -tea
.1 '
He suggested: however that the United charge of attitude was
two trade association. which between so sudden' I I Palladium. the newly utAbUAtfl1 Th practice of "blsdr 1 rUreifthat
them represent about 9O percent He also said he thought the two precious white metal row join! i.. reducing: Use air pretre -

of the stags citrus production I groups! could accompli a great : its older sifter metal. Platinum, ts in them when they get h >t-

consider a merger under ti- deal more if they both merged the recommended 20th centuryjewelry Increases your chances of blowouts -

i banners of Florida Citrus Mutual. (sunder Mutual. II I !iron because "it assures a and fabric wear B F. Good
In a letter to Pace. Pedersen - 'lasting effect of white. lnH.ancy rich service experts 1-& t. Fven

Mid: *1 am in receipt of your wire I One of the novel stunts performed : I in tot weather they warn Urea
iE IjIflUTV advising me that the United Growers at the Underwater Theatre I A tubeless tire that autnmaticaJ- should be inflated to the: p.MU.

and Shipper Association unanimously at Weekiwacbee Spring U drink I II ly teals puncture U now being i recommended by tie car manufacturer -

voted that the proposed tag a bottle of Coca-Cola while I produced: by the B T GoodricS I'I'I and tme prawure si>ou'd
merger with >Florid Qtru ten feet under the vurfar I Rubtorr Company' br checked when they are "coorPage

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