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Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: January 17, 1947
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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January 17, 1947 PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL PO/NT BY PAUL RARDINCIRCULATING




THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY



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RECENT -1 New Bus ServiceTo New Z i igpi;;; I--------------------------------1 Resigns\ Town Judge Newell Is


J Ji Orlando, .J ax. Attorney South Hay I

; OPERATIONS Before The Council! Speaker To PTA

i : F 1 o r i d a Gr- '::01md Line.thiojjh .-. !' : :e .-..: : ,:r:. 'i Archie: Ht-

-.- ::; Can tl Pont are offerincanother : .- ,i : :tit.: ,,tto.itv xvas at .'.'pt .:

i Bv 1' I. riardin excellent service to traxeltrs !- : .'. .. .-... l pi.ip.i.-, ,1 z.nnii program j i.v tr.f S..t.th Civ town 'omJ:; l 1-:. G. X.'-.\ r 1 ,-t West Palm

to regulate; in an ouutly maniv r.. .' .1 r. .'t'::t meeting. The ," uncil: Bta.h. j'f!; the Criminal
g..ing to Oilando and Jack-
-------- ._. ---- th.- 1 lit III'.' giowth and constiuc- xv ill: appoint a sc-oessor within t::e I Coi't: ..1' !'.. v.i.,1 of palm Beach
sonville. A bus leaxe.Canal
tioa f building- within the: city next fexxxveeks.. i Count.'aaLret speaker at the
Last truck I ir. ';ested to the ; Point at S a. m. and arnves in
limits of Pahokee was submitted A town tire: depaitment will be I January meeting of the Pahokee
n..11 Co that a leturning-I
Telephone nary Orlando at 12:55: p. m. I
bxa citizens'committee for consideration operated there, by the American Par-nt-T"H'hc'l"'Isol'iatic'n' held
resident managesinstalled in < tilt bus leaves Orlando at 5:40 andmoves !
by the City Council at : Legion fxist 101 it was reported at : Monday night in the high school
the Pal'ut! -Canal Point a
are in Canal Point at 11 p. m..
the legular nueting of the council the meeting. A fire chief will be : iiiulitnriuni. The subject of JudgeXex'eH's
served by the comp' ay. My suggestion thus giving patrons several: hours,
Tuesday night. named and the dt'partmt"nt111 ben.ue talk was "The Florida
n-et with wholehearted approval in Orlando to attend to business.: i The citizens' committee repre : up of volunteer- System of Parole! and 'mhati.tt1.
from many lolks who subscribe The same bu- leaving Canal Pointat
Th'ntiJtri0US civic organiza i Mayor: E. R. Butler revealed j In observance of fathers night
to the phone company'sservice H a. m. arrives in Jacksonville' ,
tions. has been studying and that QOO had been allocated to re- special recognition was given to
(such as it is) in this area. at 0 p. m. the same evening thus '
working in cooperation with city T-aiiinu the streets of the t< xvn.Wrk f-'thets attending; the meeting
They, like mx s If, are of the opinion : making an excellent one way no- i i .
officials for more than a y.'ar on I en ths: !pi'\v, t will lj. gin as' with gifts received by Ned Koch-
that the 1 p'lone<.>rvice should stop trip to Jacksonville via Or- :
a new improved zoning progran ;nin a; ::- :.:"t: .tn',; '" ".a'1"ire. er. oldest father present: ; X. L
NOT be ted by emote control D.
operr l.indo. M. Geiger Canal Point
that will best serve the futurenf't.L -hU a...! : o. k .!: ,' . .-pl.: ) t- -1. c arriso n. youngest: J. Miller.father .
f..>nt"e.-t Palm U 'ach. These'' bus at'nt. said yesterday that
of Pahokee. Homer J. : of the most children: Kd-
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subscribers feel that there should hll'in."s nn the new schedule ---
Clause represented the committee ward ,\. Jensen longest' lesulenee
be someone locally in charge n'. f.-tabished: Jan. .. has ,b,>- n exceedingly I
in the precentation of the plans tt Loan Group Shows in Pan*,kee and Gil Gilbardin. the
the phone companv's business so :: good.Devils .
t".e c"unrsl! with reconnn-nda-- father born farthertst itwav from
betaken ------
that !local complaints could
tion that they be incorporated! in : T'ahokee. The .3 cash awards to

up without going through To i! a ne xx-zoning inanc(. I ContinuedGrowth< the two classes! : having the best
West Palm Beach. After all. it's'j Looking
After discu-ssing the commit representation of fathers at the
, pain in the neck sometime" to --- ,
tee's report the council approved "'."- ting went to Mrs. CharlotteWalston's
get West Palm Beach over a telephone First Net 1 The -.'d- ,:,cart .--.1: .i P v. 31. ele-
Victory the new zoning plans and inelude.tthem fifth grade at the
wire. It's delay after <1.>- I lHtt by t'-.r r.verg!t..t !.-s Federal
in an ordinance which xxapassed r.'..'ntan' school' and to the twelfth
lay but maybe that's the reason II I Saving-) : d! L<' !n A,.,.-.atiiin at'' school. 1'resi
btitv! > or.lv. It wa.< announcetl : grade at the high
the phone companyvarts all .. ,' BellGlaih' s":.. \xs ntmud I
A-er 'I onuu. 'nr games in that a ft'mmor chances :a : dent C. .\. Mobere presided at the

business" handled from West Palm a row the Pah- .ketBre! : IVvil trill he made in some of the buiMin hen It by growth according, to [ business and Miss Barliara McXarara. -

Beach- so. local folks CAX'T get cages will!! attempt to chalk up "
in toi<"i with the business office .
their first victory when th 'v meet
plan: before the ordinance i is passedon {'hnnt.1 the program.::

too often. I've called attention of the Bel:** Glade Rams in the local f'.r.; II t..i.i.iing.Kuijro I In comirenting on the stir: 'ti of I Flmer ions, ITA meraliervhipcMirntan.

the Florida Railroad Commission ito j gx-ni tonight.Jn ____ ____ -_ --- -- I the association" Mr. E*"'.tley sa 1: I : reporta total membership

the inadequate and insufficient their opener with Delray "The asset of tu! Aasoriatirnhave : of 010 to date.

telephone service in the Pahokee- Beach here la-t Ftiday night the ArrestedFor increased during the year I I Mrs. C. A. :::hi\... cafeteria

Canal Point area. I'm expecting ; Blue Devils led at the half but allowed son:) I S31.891.'nJt'h is an increaseof ; supervisor repotted improvement:
Forcing
!some results from that state the :Seahaxxks to surge about 5s;; percent. Loans in- I made at the school cafeteria during -

hoard if the phone company xx-on't i! ahead near the end and win 21 to Refund On Deal 'r"if'.1 during i the ytar 'SI I51.- the Christmas holidays to

do anything. I intend to see to 17. At Hollyxvood Saturday they : 74R.ll which is about 13f percent. spetd up the serving of hot
I
it that this area pets better telephone were trounced by Riverside Military Alleg.; '.! to have forced 1 a real "Our Investment hartc- lunches to the (children the noon

service if such a thing; is Academy II t13 and at estate: dalrr at pistol's point to I counts show an increase this yt-ar hour. She also reported 4'i free

p iw. ihlc. Boynton Tu sday night:: the Blue it-fund b".II deposit" on a land ,, of S5I.1W.OO over last rear whichis Iun ht'" given to underprivileged

--. -- ; Devils got a 53 to 10 thumping.It purchase. R. I. Ringo of Belle about 3T percent. Our Savings I children by the cafeteria in De

Heart Attack Is looks as if the Blue Devils: will! Glade was arrested Tuesday. Share Accounts increased $103.S77.10. .- I cember.Mrs. .

also have trouble m stopping the At !Shenff John Kirk's office it I or about 33 1-3 percent. .I t G. C. MrLarty, Mrs II M.Mdntosh .

Fatal To George L. Rams who romped over Delray. I 11 was said he was released on bond \\' have increased! our Reserves and John A. IMiIanywtie

Humphries Pahokee to 21. earlier in the xxvek.Th for appearance in criminal) court Account V0' percent over fist i host d-acing the serving ctf
'
,_ :i iGeorge Pahokee High girls present net Tuesday. A criminal court year and our Undivided Profit I: refreshment.- ir.: the < af'-trria .lurin -

a much brighter side' to the basketball information charges him with I j Account 3) percent. Our present !: the ...M-ial!: '...nr' which followed
L. Humphries. f,0. died! '
picture. In their! opener at armed robbery of C..1. Bailev on reserve isI 3-1O percent of tmrassets. ; the iii. ting.Temorhil.
su.dt'nly't'dm's.lay of a heart I .
Boynton: : Tuesday: night Miss Jane Jan 11 by using a pistol to take ; --- --
attack in Dunn. N. C.. where he'
Mitchell's Blue Devilettes started "uring the year 10 JO we hax- !
|
a S.;O> rheck from Bailey.County > I Held
had stopped a vegetable truck on -ff with a hang by doxxuhsr the Solicitor \\'. K. I Roebuck "| paid 3 percent dividend. 1 1-2 p. ri -

a return trip from the northern Boynton girls' team. 21 to 12. was told that Dingo had I i cent for each six months p-ri'l.i I. For .lack Barrett
markets. Funeral services will be
In tonight'contests the girl closed a dial for purchase of six i O-i Investment Share Accounts xveI

announced by; the Berry Funeral !! will play the preliminary starting acres from :N. C. Jones. Inter I have paid S3.307.OO and on S.ivj j Memorialervi .-s f"r the lateJack
.
home Pahokee.Itre
in
at ';::30 and the game between the Dingo told Bailey who wag broker j ings :Share Accounts has b en W B.irrtt were conducted
deceased is survived by two
boys' teams trill get undenvay in the deal that he wished to credited divniends in the amount hy members of the Pahok Chapter. -

sons. Danny of Arcadia and Herbert around s-SO. cancel the deal and get back his 1 j of X11.S;* .33. making a total dim Order of Eastern Star at a
of the U. S. Navy at Norfolk .-.- I and credited
check
?:.nl) deposit. rterd: paid by meeting; in the :Masonic Hall f>ni
: one daughter. Miss Christine to this version.refused to accountof .ur-
according
Dick Hill Given Bailey: 1 Thtir<.day! night
of iBelle:: three sisters Mr,. :N. dl'ldt'nbI I i
.
to make the refund i w. omm'n".1 paying ing the "st-rvice one of the 'hap-
P. Evan Mrs. F:. L Garret and Division Spot By Whereupon Ringo entered Bailey's have paid in cash 3".1t.)2.t:>:; j | ter's ceremonial marches which
Mrs.' R. W. Smglotary. all of Pa
office at lit lie Glade Satilydav.pn4uced I and we have credited dividends to I Mr. Barrett assisted in working
hokee: three brothers. W .\ Sam The Power Company !
a revolver and demanded the Savings: Share Accounts in out was dedicated to his m..moryI
anil Jim Humphries' all of Pahokee -
that Riiley write a >r OOh tt:a am unt of Stn.KU.4i and will be known hereafter as

C.'n1pan(1';* :.iN -.ax-e; announced : c h.....(-- ...n.. the.... Florida :National "The Directors held twelve. regtilar the "Jack W lJarr -tt Memorial
--- - that R:. bud I P 11:11 has b-en
Bank at Bell Glade. Bailev did act mtetings and four pial Marrh" A past worthy patron.Mr .

Hank To Observe appointed as t .i-tirn .j\ -l..n managr but later asked an t-mplove to call meetings Pire. tors Hooker. < Barrett, before his! iflneaw and!

of the Flo.d.i. P-xver & Light .. and Be k have
ancel t' rheck. Kirchman. Bratley
that bank and d.-ath. took a leading part in the
Lee's Hill! e.d.th.. late Clarence .
Birthday crt. Stet But the employe < alli The Paho ,i, an attendance ord of Nun JM'rarti a< tivit'.es of the local chapter

n Kilt Mr. Hill is a brother kee hank m-t\,1 and. in the 'j' cent : :Mr. Rit"d.1lU, n.led TK group made prams for wit!

Th. Bank of P.thok.v till bet of Mrs H t' Graham of Paho time Ring" :*>h'd! the ch <-mpan-j'I nine this is for the regular meet- coming Mm It.IIli.Chnltlan t TOcala.

:used! rest Monday since it is kee.MIloOV. I 1 mgs. The special meetingtwo (I wnthv grand matron -f
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Robert K !..,'* h,rt h.hynnl''t'r- ..f them wer* attended by all thePrert. the OKR Grand Chapter of V r-

sary, according t.an announcement .PKAH I.IXI'.I.V: I'KJMiKXM; ; ; ..rs anthe other two by rda. on her t.ffir al visit to 1- ,-

by: H XI McIntosh president Terry W Gbson.: West Palm I! f.-r: .-f he Dtrw-tors. Mr Rlfdelh lee on :Monday. Jan. 2ft '.' .*
:
of the financial in.ttutton.Mr Beach! ittornexxvas guest: speaker A J L.iv Iv. program chairman. h.-: : out of town when they wereh Dorothy Graham a dUn: \ ...

McIntosh that at th Thursday luncheon meeting ci r.iuitd i an :npromptu "Ket bet- 1 1916 hareboj.Jcrs '
suggests persons M On J'.ly 2. a Cherry were named! on the n-
of the Pahiifeee Rotary Club ,- .trteti {'p. pram at the
Mondayecure t- r a (t ; held: to
needing payrolls on '
! meeting; was mittr in charge of the pr .- -iff
1i--' week IrTr.-Jrr bv Presi- Tue.iv! 1-;".- .- m.-tnK: "t thO'ra .
them on Saturday of th:" r'1..:' t-. a"h-r. "p rntildr. -nt >rtaiiim! Mrs F. t-
P P -Jv-M.-vi.: Th.peikel rl 1h Ear h member -
.lt -
t L.--H-
k.'
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t
\\eek.Xlr.. .:k. : t I j. lr. I .-Fls.: worthy matr-.n pret '.
cave a r.tlki 'The P.rt..f Palm was a'.IMip.r; t" reveal .
I". !< ffcr,
Shewas :t".u..1 *
--- th-! hihfe that -- -
rev. w.ns .
Ifcath.br; fly s-n : !-r.t In '
Vt.rbsenr< I. Fr
and Mrs Ott.' Coleman and : tI"t.'rof The port .,r I ""itlinneson.t w.-d! n'k' HIT. twtt.'r ii.:.own this -- IfU K i.. II \ 1'J.t.1t r.r.n

family have moved to Mt>n.han.Mi of t'.* crprt'te"rents neededf. fellow! Lions worthy ratr..r:

: >* when' they sill make their !its future Plans were made fi-r a ><,:nt The -a .:.-g "f n..* for the rontr I -- -----

">'m, :Mr. Coleman who was' as- -. 1-sncneon meeting with the P ho- I strt t:. r. f .. -ets :r'I the new !, Mrs Julia holly will tease! for

sfo ats! with the cane breeding Mr. and Mrs A C Libert and pee R..tary Club at the' Kirst Kap- : P"hnk = Jt.itVUM1 "f V..tnl1f her home in New P.ritain. Conn

station at Canal Point was tran.!! their house guest Mr. and Mr tit! Fellowship Hall on Tburs Jay. hA! ten completed and is i' Saturday aster a two "Af'*b' visit

frrrrd recently Meridian where I I Roland Johnson and Mr Julia Jar :3. at which a member ef the ready for cradir.p by the city 01\t'-1'I with her ..m-in-law and d iurhtr.Mr .

he will be engaged in the! sane ,I Holly of New Britain. Conn., sere' Florida Chan of Missk will fc* cor
type of> work. I visitors in Miami Sunday: J'Utt I'Iot'a"f'r. Veterans Service


Two The Everglades News. Canal: Point Florida Friday. January 1;. 1t"


TO FILM EVENT: Jan 12Mr .
THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing I i z 1Mr. and Mr*. \Voodro\v Uptheirrove -
TAMPA -- Tampa's: big annual of Pahokee announce the
the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region birth of
carnival and "invasion" by the' a daughter. Carolyn Kiy.
Established 1924! Published Every Friday I at the Everglades Memorial Hc)spit'l -
pirates of Ye Mystic Kr..weof.
Subscription Price $_.00 Year In AdvanceThe on Sundi>. Jan. 12Mr .
Ga panlla. Mondaj Feb. 10. will --sf--
ana Mrs Johnny V Four-
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office be filled: by all the newsreel com- and Mrs J. F. Talbert ,->f
former Canal Pont residents
In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter panies of the nation for the first; my. Klerbe: N C.. visited their son-in-
time in many years it was announced no.livms in Fellsmt.'l'e.: announce law and daughter .Mr and Mrs
Paul Rardin Editor and Publisher by Joseph 11 Mickler. tne hath. of a son. Johnny.. Jr. JinVandesrut.. in Pahokee the
general manager of the Krt>we. at a.r0 Death hospital or past wetk;
For the first time a U. ?. Navy
I destroyer will take up its position
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
at the harbor entrance in simulated -
defense of Tampa as the
By( Russell Kay) Joe Gasper invasion sloop move;
in to take the city. SEMIMODERNVacant
In glallcingOn!!" Vernon E. Ramsey's I Florida! News Letter The invasion day parade is

this: week, I found a little item that seemed to me worthy of drawing floats from all aver tie House
wider distribution. Rameyho i is a illanufact user's agent state and a record nunibt i" '"dicaed -

handlingJmckers and .shippers supplies such as crates, field Mukler said.
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boxes, lugs, baskets and the like, travels all over the country For Sale
and contacts j>people in all walks of life. Naval Vessels To

Alarmed at the number of people he loundho seem obseSsed Participate In Tampa

: with the thought that nothing lies: ahead but hard
times, trouble and eventually a depression, he advances the Gasparilla Show

following hit of sound advice. i TAMPA Senator Pepper advised 4 rooms furnished on a
"011, Oil, OH-I SCARED MESCLF""We
officials of the Florida State
all at Red Skelton'.s impersonationof large lot
have laughed i Fair and Gasparilla; carnival that 1
the bad little boy who builds such horrifying mental I the lacy department will send
pictures that he finally 'scares himself.' one or more naval \e.s-Hls to Tampa $2,400
Fear, like cancer, i i- a KILLEIi-and worse it i is for participation in Ga
highly ("onta eou,.;. Once fear grip the }heart of an individual :Day activities It is expectedthat

<< a group' or an industry, problems ordinarily U S. Destroyers will participate -
Solved l by straight thinking and courageous action appear with a mock do fen e of the
('itagain"t the pirate invasion
iiisui: mountable.
and leil h\ the famed Jose Gaspt'r. His Dan Carpenter
Let a man in perfect health} walk down the street:
.
ship the Gasper i- now underpo-
have every one he meets tell him he i is sick and should
in%:; repair and will be shipshapefor
be in a }hospital; and he will be there before the day is the ov','nt. general manager P:11: ':u' 2.7T1; Pahokee. Fl:1.I .

done.In Joseph! R M.chler of the Ga=.n. nl- I
recent wl'l'kWl':; have encountered altogether too ;la Krewe stab th .- wt--k
much talk about a 'depression'-not only among'' fruit I
and vegetable folks: but in all walks: of life. It i is: not
R Ra R R 8 S R R A R A A A R A A R R t R f R R R A i. R r R
healthy and if we klplyon thinking and talking (le- <,< >sYA>< < >.Y>< >e a. a< as >ti >< >< >< >< !< >< !.R><"><1.aSt.>< >< >< >< >< >< >< >< >< >< >< as
11 v Y v V 'II V V V 11' V 4 Y 'II V V Y Y 11' 11' V 'II V 11' V V Y YYa
pression': it won't be long until we actually orate one. I Viv
Let's not (".\II': : ourselves: into a :situation that no- .

Iodwant:, and that can < maintain a level head and a courageous: heart' : FLORIDA BANK :

l Ramsey: is: talking plain common sense.: Coleman Ro: A AT 1,1'.1.1.1: : (.L\I>I-: .
of tin Florida Ice Association: hapi>ened into the
office just: as I was reading the above item and I handed it :.. Belle Glade, Florida ,,:>

over to him to lead. I .
"You know." he remarked. "That .second paragraph about i _______ __ ___ ).
making a }healthy man sid is the dowmight truth. \Ve hada !19.A
for He was a big husky: chap that l
fellow working us once.
STATEMENT: OF CONDITION
I.4> ":.
was what I like to call 'disgustingly healthy.: I don't thinkhe A
had ever been sick a day in his life. He !lad a naturalruddy .e: As at the dose of business= December. .1. 191G C r'i
complexion and physically was as: peifect a specimen
as you would ever hope i to see."Well : RISOURCISLoans 46.".

I. just: for pure de'iln1l'nt"l' fellows in the office : 4:> and I Discounts: _.........................................u.u.....................S 520,780.09): ( srr' :.

framed it up to see if we could get his goat by all commenting i 4 Furniture and Fixtures ............... .. ..._............_.............. .......... 10.SI1.11; c:"
on how" had he looked( and asking him if he felt ill.
"It all started as a joke. When this fiiy walked in the following : .e:. Other Real Estate Owned ............................................................ .1,140.U2:
morning of the boys looked at him sharply over Prepaid K\jeiises: J ... ..... . 580.0G) ;
his glasses and said.one 'What's the matter. Dill are you su-KV : :i.: Other: Resource-: : .... ..... ..::::::::::::':::::::::.:::::::::::::.: ::::" :..::::: : '_'::.00 :.:

"Ildl. of course betaln'very indignant and said he never 4:" Accrued Interest: and Income Receivable ........$ 11,501.81: ( : C rAa >
felt better in his lif,'. We let him alone for a while and then <
U. S. Government Securities ............................ 1,210,1G: ;3 Y'o
one of the other boys accused him of looking pale. We tip- 46.
off the fellows at the Kiwanis Club and during the noon c .. Florida I County and I Municipal I Bongs!: ................ 152.019.72Federal >> I :.

luncheon three n1l'ml'l'rman:1g'l'tl' to casually inquire about t : Reserve Hank: Stock ..........00................ .",150.00: 4:

hi shealth. One guy told him his: color} was so bad he looked : 4t Other Securities . ............................. .... ....... .1,015.59 I: : 4(

like he had just stepped out of a sick bed. : c:. Cash: on Hand and Due from Hanks; ... ......... fI): ,;:2./).1 1,918,773.52' : 4t
. Url1l'1l"t' got back to the office Hill :actually did look V VI

siik. You 'just couldn't believe that such a chanire could I c: I :).I: ; ..r .Ar' -
come over a man in so short a time. He complained of a & "
headache and went home an hour early because he :said! he 4 6 .V.6
felt too sick to work am longer. And to top it off. he was: LIABILITIES (
sa c.
sick for two da>"s. r Capital i Stock ..... .. . ...... . .. .. .... r.o.ooo.oo, Sy
"When we tried to tell him that it was all a joke said and he that i : S u r :. 1 u s ........::::::::::.:::::::::::::: : ::: :::: :::.:.::::.:..:::..::......::::::: 80000.00: : : :
he had been framed he wouldn't believe it for he was

as sick as a dog for two lay. and to this day.. he i is satisfied C&> Undivided Profit ........ ...... .... ...... .................... ......... 8,805.01: .:..

that 'it must have been something he ate: Y Itesert t-s .' . ..... ..... . .. .. .. .. .... ... ... 0,4 11.02
So that just goes to show that as the flood l'>ok say'. "If :y: Reserve for Income Tax .. ... ......:.... ..:. ..:.......::......:::::...:::::... 9,000.1: ; :::

v\e fear a thing it will come upon uo': and substantiates the c:. Interest and Income Collected, Not Karaed ............................ 1G0.82OFFICERS .:.
(.contention of Vernon Ramsey: : that if we continue to )goahHut :
:> Deposits : .
talking calamity and producing a
with a long) tace.. )
terrible depression, :sooner or later it will actually hapjvn ..:.. L'. S. Government ... . . .... . ... ........ ....... 1:1.l: l..11 .:.

to u-5. I c:.. All Other DejKWtits ...... .. .... ... ..00.... lG.wlj..U -=O.I t :! .:.
Ltt's be sensible and instead of building) up fear in our 'V 16.hi

hearts: and in the ht'artof: those: we contactee: if we can't i C&. $:!..IS .I .t I .:.
generate faith and courage. What we need more than anything I : .

) else right- now is a little more work and a little less: V> : hc" :

shirk.l'I111.: .: V
Leonard A. r,in:1. President .
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:-- : t.MIIIUTIONTXMPV ; also a rectoof the Flor'liSt : ..,.. Dean S. Campbell \' cc-I' (ident .:.

: The roleshich electruin ,- ('alr1',1: who t+ w!"pt>n<:h'h' c; iiilton L. Campbell. Vice-President and Cashier ;.
amt gtt:; will fill in the drat large measure for bring.rethi. : :: c
in a ; .
:-
Frank H. Wilier, Assistant:= Cashier
?
home of tomorrow ;
) 01 the XriH'ru :in .: show" to Tampa. stated thatIt
c
will 1..> featured in a iCintu would be the largest and matinteresting : Mar> C. Tope. Assistant Cashier -;
.
clertri.:*\ an.I appliance exportion elecncilin dU'J'l.tY'r : Cha- \\'. Lant7. A'Distant i Cashiers .:.
at the 1'MT KlonJi Plate presented the South : ?
Fur it teal innoumtM this week 4G: exhibitors will parts; ipat.. < ._
by general l mana ;.'r. P T. Stneder : :and me 35O differentr >s .f ; DIRECTORS c:
household 1 appliam ail I! h. d;... V y
Th larset and finest buildingon : pla\: >,! and demonstrated! <-.r.. '- ..:. Dean S. Campbell. \Ve-Pres.. F!National: Bank & Trust t o., Miami .:.

the ground: will ho.iar the al Motors: will t>-.!..' a $< .-.. o :., ..:.. Milton I.. CampWl! \ll"l"-Pr"l.'itl'nt: and C..r.if'r of the Bank <+..

f'bohe' s idmorjj,. / outstanding meal! "p..t..:V ....... II. I.. Hart-v. Pn'-i if.-r nt. HanInc.: .:.
features f thuecptional -----
display will be tK.e! House ofMifitf Mr J T F-.q. v.! c:. E. E. Keh.! Pre-ide. <":.''.\i-t.n M't I '. .. t 'iewitonLeonard .:.

whuh WB ore of the mot husband at a h"v-p;'A: M i"thu :;: 4,7 A. l"..in.l. I're'i.it-n'! F.a: N".&*.,,na''! P.ar.pTru>! TV.. a! MUTI i .:-
talked! about attractions at theNeu week before' he vi.i> takVtlar. -- t' .:- .
Mr- I RuS: \\ 'L-A. r'W..d.: .-.tr' Farr- .:.
Y.'rk'rl.ff Far ** Cf '' ", \-r: z.: :;.
President Frank t.tnr'n of the was acc impaT.e i b> tier hr th.: *. VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV
Tampa FUxiru' c".'n.pa-\ "w > r* :3':saw DF..q .a 5.i 5.VPage



January 17, 1947 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Page Three
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to come. Just like "State Fair" !i football fan attending the theatreon -

Cinematic Chatter I did. '! these days as the best shots of

Stars of the piece are Jeanne I he best plays. of the: Best teamsin SEWING MACHINE REPAIRSFor

By Malcolm Millar I Crain and Wilde.. In the America are captured and recorded -

i top bracket featured spots are in this film.ThursdayFriday. Guaranteed Sewing Machine Repairs and Supplies,

One of the most delightful film I i Linda Darnell, Walter Brennan i, brings to the write or call at

stories, to be done in gorgeous j I William Eythe. Constance Bennett ;,: screen a gorgeous technicolor ex-

technicolor, to be filmed here in i and Dorothy Gish. all pitching travaganza. tI might term it), of RHODESPPLlAXCES
some time will make its bow to' great game of artistic talent in the great outdoor, under the title"Smoky" .\\enue ".\"
of the stars which remits .
support Belle Glade Fit
local aduiences Sunday, January i
19th., and run through Monday. in a show that has everything. This picture brings to our Free Pick-up and Delivery service to Pahokee and Canal
: for a great production.The '
The show Is "Centennial Sum- necessary screen for the first time in some Point twice weekly. Parts and Accessories for all
story is laid in 1S76 in Phil-
mer", and it will leave a pleasant i mnay moons the ever popular Fred: makes and styles.
adelpha during the showing of the
memory with ;you for a long time MacMurray. with Ann Baxter a
.. famous Centennial Exposition. It his leading lady and Bruce Cabot. J
show the humorous adventures of
Esther Dale and Roy Roberts in
IS THE IRCl'IT COfRT. IVVD a family, headed! \' Walter Bren
FOR P\I.M IJK\CII COUNTY: the featured spots and introducing -
nan. in the amustm-ent: world with
fI.ORIO'II ::: a new find to the screen." Burl
(' \S'F.RSO. 22802 romance, pathos and thrilling Troubador with 270 PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERS
MARIE WARREN. : I IveSinging:
Plaintiff : jys | episodes running through the pound? of meat on the hoof and
- : i, whole show.
his head.
vor ;00 ballads in
JOHN L WARREN I Six of the best of Jerome Kern'song ,? r -,
Defendant i iNOTICE Saturday, heading the doublefeature
TO .\PPF.i R !I numbers are woven into the
i is: "LitUIiss
TO JOHN L. WARREN. RESIDENCERFD program
!' O. 1. BELMONT. NORTH CAROLINA story. The songs" are: "All Die". with Fred Brady. Frank Trees Vines Shrubs Citrusof
"In Love In
: i Through The Day:
I
McIIugh. Fay Holden and Dorothy
You are hereby require to appear In Vain." "Up With The Lark",
the' above Court on the 3rd daof. Morri unreeling: a very excitinc all sizes and varieties for
February. A D. 1947 at the Court Railroad :Song". "The Right Roma will its right
story that worm way
HOUP In We' t Palm Eeach Palm Beach nc* ". "Cmdeiella Sue." your Selection.
CountF1f'rlda., to answer to the Bill !I into your heart.
of Complaint for Divorce filed against: Y.--. your question is answered Second: picture up is Sons .'fWyoming"
you in th" above entitled ("au'and'';I it i is one of the greatest picture.of with Eddie Dean and LAN ISCAPING
regularly'
NeTis
Everglades a newspaper
it's kind since the urireehng of
'
Florida p'lbll hed, is hfr in .-"sinnated Palm Beach: Countv a- thencw' "State Fair", and That \Va :Some Jtnnf.r lilt in the lead a:- you lirve it. \Vc are organized; and equipped to doa
in which 'hl.i Or**"r *.hall bepiiblHhwl I nee y.>1at the mci'ies \1:11.:
paper one ei"'> week for four :, Show! thorough job from plans to completion of plant .
cori'-eriitl'e we'k'tas | Three gnat stars are teamedin --.-
DONE NP ORr.FR'rTl at ,Veit Palm'
Reach Pa'm P"-t-h ''ountv Florida. J the: Tuesday-Wednesday offering As always you are
this 28tj day of rv:-r>"iher A n 1946 at the Prince Theatre Theyare Ferris Named Vice
J A' A-ne tcf"r of I Ithe Sidney welcome at our ,
Hobeit
: Young. Sylvia
ctrni'T Court. Palm President Of U.S.S.C.
R"ash r'''-'1tFlorida.' .I and Am Richards. In support of
ICIRCUI.corpr cr.P.v " 1 them are Dudley Digs and a newcomer M'K>KiiF.S: 1100 Southern Boulevard iHouto, No. 25: at
Thnrtrt n p. Plant.
rw-ruf. 'Tk.Thartrf who will be introduced in 'LnWIS7OX JOM.IP. Ferns City Limits I. \\'E'*t Palm Beach Florida
\\"' *den. Attorney thipicture.. "The Searching former Orlando nev.>p'jpt'rni.in. 1
for Plaintiff P-i ifikep.Florida .
Wind"" Douglas Dick.It was appointed by the Bo.ir.i <.f I ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO.
Pub' January. 10. 17 and 24 1
and a famous" American Sugar Corporation as Vice President -

diplmat who fall in love with each in charge of sale.-, personnel: t

CHIROPRACTORWEST other and after many adventuresand hotel real) estate and all subsidiary -

PAIM C=-\CII set-lj.uk they finally realize : opt rations. it was announcedby .
MON WElL and FRI. I true happiness.The Forest P Tralles. pre-sident: : of
IJEME GLADE extra addol attraction on the ( ,rporation. Ferr.has; been
TUES.. THURS and SAT.
I the hill with "The Searching WIt the Sugar::: Corporation tw .ly.>

DR. L. S. JOXESSuite Wind" is a twenty five minute years, serving as a.-si.-tant' secretary -

301-02 Comeau Bldg. I two-n-th-r tntitl..t"F" ,-, t h a 1 II I and assistant to the presi ::: '
Phone 3t:50 West Palm Reach Fla. I, '
Thrills <.f 1JM! it will thrall t"r dent.



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Again in 1946CHEVROLET




'1JJtVcROUSYThe







amount of money paid out to fur-

nish you with telephone service is increasing -

faster than the amount takenin.

That's because telephone materials,

1 wages, services, and new building costs

i:. have all gone up tremendously, while

telephone rates have remained as low or
IS FIRST

lower' than they were many years ago.

: Telephone earnings today are not only

I the lowest in history but are dangerously

a low despite a record volume of business.

Reasonable earnings are required to
t
safeguard the full usefulness of the tele-
F/Z1t IN CAR PRODUCTION . j\H\ TRUCK PRODUCTION :

phone for you and your community.

4.4c/t IN COMBINED CAR AND TRUCK PRODUCTION !

:. t
Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company

AGAIN at the close of 1946when to be able to build! more and more of i \r INCORPORATED

America's need for new these fine pro ducts which America is

motor cars and trucks is most urgent buying so l'r1y-the only motorcar i t

-the Chevrolet! Motor Division of giving BIG CAR QUALITY AT

General Motors leads all other manu- LOWEST COST-the only truck I lJe4

facturers in automotive production.This giving BIG-TRUCK QUALITY AT it t/ltc4

means that Chevrolet is first in LOWEST COST-the complete! ..t.tk t It _I a1ti J/

passe'nger car production-first in Chevrolet: line \vhch stands out as the i .. / 7Itd.

truck production first in combined 100H>st-prict'd line in its field! wwMStieltg.

passenger car and truck Meanwhile, it stands to reason youll i
: () IllFriday
production . despite the fact that get bigger value and quicker

all Chevrolet plants were closed completely delivery by purchasing: the productof

during the first three monthsof America's largest builder of cars

19-461! Naturally. Chevrolet: hopes and trucks Chevrolet.'


Remember" LARGEST PRODUCTION means QUICKEST DELIVERY o< .CLJ' re* car. I :

Place and Keep lour order" with us ?oa "eOll r-e. e'' a : \ge' : g\ es' te ..s ...e' at % )\i\\

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Page Four The Everglade News, Canal Point, Florida
Friday. January 17, l t.Ever'hody's .

I \Dn>.' (JU.\ITET WILL. ATTEND: REVIVAL
Sermon : Winter Haven To | delivered by Bishop Arthur J.
SING srxn.xvA I Among those from Pahokee who Moore with Homer Rodeheaver!
Is Pastor's TopicThe I special election "WingingMy Have Exposition attended the- revival at the First leading the song service. :Mrs.:
Way Back Home" will be presented r :Methodist: : Church in West Palm Arthur J. Moore gaa talk at a
Morning Worship Serviceof at the Sunday morning servife. WINTE RHA 'ENDeveloping Beach on Palm Beach County day. meeting of the ladies m the after-
the Canal Point :Metholist: First Bapti t Church of Pa- from a Festival to a full fledgedExposition. I Tuesday were Rev. and :Mrs. C. T. noon.
Church at 11:00 will have as i its hokee by the Ladies' Quartet. Florida's great citrus i Howes. Mrs. II. J. Anderson. Mrs.
theme a s> rmon by William T. )'It>.-dames 1. Knight. R. Grimes.C. show at Winter Haven: blossoms 'I H .M. Mclntosh.:: Mrs.:: George B. --- -
Blair on "Everybody's Sermon". I Baker and C. Moberg. The forth this year as the Florida Ramey. :Mrs.: L. \\'. Armstrong.Mrs. Dr. and :Mrs.: Roland Long hadas
Sunday School with a class for \ pastor. Rev. C. A. ::\Iober will Citrus Exposition and will\! stage a I W. H. Brewton. :Mrs.: : Leo guests the past wt'ekIr.:: and
everybody preceed this service. I preach on the subject "The Pray- grand and glorious all-citrus extravaganza -! Wroten and Rev. and Mrs. C. R. Mrs. J. B. Fannin of Fort Lauder-
eve are aiming at the 100 mark in ing Nehemiah. At the night service the'e'k of Feb. Moore. The evening sermon was: dale. .
our Sunday School and are drawing I the third in the series; of 17-22. i
steadily closer to it. :':. V. chart teaching sermons. "The General manager Phil Lucey I
Maxson is the supt'rintpndent.I I Judgment of the Jews," will be states that the addition of two n-.w I,
The sermon in the evening service i pr'sentedith emphasis on the permanent exhibition buildings of
will be . . and Noah Was question. "tti'here do the Jews go I their product.*. Improvements will I
Drunk." This hour-long service ,; from here"" Using the chart. lie marked in all departments .of
begins at 7:00: p. m. A feature of "Rightly Dividing the Word ofTruth" : the big show and added t"ntertainI I
the service is the singing of favorite the pa-tor! will show from : ment features will add gieatly to 1947IS
hymn requested; by the con the prayer of Daniel the beautifulJew the tvent.
greg"ttion.The concerning the seventy years The selection of a new "Queen"to
Canal Point census started' captivity of his people a prophecy I reign over the Exposition will
by Rev. William Blair and tempo- ; which as yet has not been fulfilled. I be a colorful feature on opening ;i GOING TO BE ANOTHER
rarity suspended when r eDon : The public is cordially invited I diy. She will be crowned on :
Pinson arrived to assume the pastorate to bring their Bibles and note- Tuesday. Feb. IS. at an impressive -
of the local Baptist Churchon : books.; ceremony in the Exposition's
the mutual agreement: of the i ---- lakeside amphitheatre.:: .... Selma KILGORE YEAR

pastors will be resumed as a partof I Hamilton AndersMr. Festival
a concerted drive by all of the I I

churches of the PahokeeCanalI'oint :: and ::\Iro.; I. F:. Hamilton of be pre-ent for the coronation.
area for church attendancein Pahokee announce the marriage of 'Ldies Be Seated". a grand audience
month of :March.: The Can I radio show
the participation
Farmers look Kil-
their dau htt'r.1iss:: Patricia just naturally to
PointPahuktinistprial:: As- Olsen master of
al Hamilton to Albert G. with Johnny as
ociation is planning this move the I Carolyn Antlerson of :Mrs.: C. H. Owensof ceremonies, will be broadcast daily gore for leadership in the farm supply -
first part of which will lx an area from the amphitheatre. :Monday:
:: 30.
Miami on ov. I
wide ci'nsus. lev. Blair! and I f'v. The np\ F. J. Gilbert pastor oftht. through Fri.ho'er the full 2o2 bUsinesS: : For years the farmers
Pins..n are planning a mutually cooperative > Methodist church at Folkston.Ga. station network of the American
have received the
only highest
census; in which hoth .. performed the ceremony at Broadcasting. Free prizes will type
churches will share the work timed the church in Kolkston.Mrs. i I I lie given dailv to the lucky par- i of service and they are looking forward -
to lead into the Association's drive. :: Anders is a senior at Pa- ticipants on this show. I!
The font h-Emory Fund has now hokee high school and :Mr.: Anders The annual Press Breakfast an to the same brand of servicein
reached! $73. leaving only $27 more I who graduated from Miami Technical i outstanding event of the !'hof"r
needed! to reach our $100 goal. The I, High school is a student at I the past 23 years is slated for 19-17.
chart in the church records thUsplendid the University: of Florida in Fridav. Ft-b. 21. The program for I
progress in only twoweeks. I Gair.e-ville. They will make their I this famed gridiron newspaper
All contributions are needed '! home in Gainesville. man's dinner will br created by We feel sure it's going to be another -
by .Jan. 31 so that the dormitory .. I some" of the best wits nf the newspaper -
space for ministerial students : profession in the State, with i Kiltrore year. for"coll leave no
( rlircll IIKIMCATION:
and Conference Youth Camp work I I Georsre Burr publisher of the
I
I sri'l'EK rKOdKA.MOne stone unturned to make it just: that.
forward raid, G neral
can go immediately.The Winter Haven I It as
I
:M.: Y. Jand the Junior Wednesday night in February I :Manager: and Russell Kav. Secretary I Let us know your need We'll just
Fellowship are planning! now the : the d-ite to be announced I of the Florida Press Ass -
completion of the work in beautifying upon receipt of the acceptance asinvited j i tion. Program Chairman: a n d! Pout satisfy: von every time.
the churchvard. The completed speaker by Dr. John MaeGmre. :: Mister: of Ceremonies. Fridav,) i-i
work will provide a Gardenof Exp'utiS.'cn>tan' of the I also fjov -nor'! Day and r;..\-ernorCaKhvell
Fellowship complete with a '' B.-uitist State Convention, the : and mfmlt-r.- his staff
.
barbecue pit for church functions. members and friend of the First have been invited to l>e present on
------ IXiptist Church of Pahokee will I that day. KILGORE SEED CO.
:MrHenry: Potter has returnedto meet in Fellowship Hall for the The following special days have
New Port Richey after a visit purpOM of publiclv dedicating : been designated and special programs -
with :Mr. and Mrs. rviin.tr Hooksin aid building. Unit No. 1 of the (I ; have been arranged !i>reach
'anal Point. Miss Ma lama three unit program. :Mrs.: Claude day. officials state: imKD-RITK SEEDS
Hooks who accompanied her here L. Shirley! was appointed chair- I :Monday.: Feb. 17 Tourist. Jaycee -
remained for an eXlt'nll..1'isit! man. Committees will l>e selectedand and Queen Contest D.iy. : 'ahokee.I Fla. Phone :t 201
with the H.ioks family and with announced shortly. A special TU'sflaF.'h.. 1" Canners. As-
Mr. and Mrs T. W. Jenkins of Paliokee. program following,' supper will d Industries and Coronation
!* presented.Off Dav.
Thursday. Feb. 2O Fraternal :,
and Civic Organizations Day. !
F!i'lay. Feb 21 Governor'sand .
i I Ii Press Day.Saturday. ,
i F.b. 22 Children's
nay Wanna GoFishin'
To A
Special arts and features will h,' ,
I presented ..1.111at. : the lakesideMV :
i I! :irrii''.:t'i-itr-: alonsr with n terest-
i i I !!'.- I iv.;: :"':attractions: ?
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Good Start ; . .
I : : r>i I'Utl: : .
I P.'trI1L-t\n: his just lie.-n irrir.t-
: .1 I Radio! :Station UMNO for th-. ',:

I..,. ,isim.-nt; of a modern FM.station : \\- '\'( trot the works: all done up in
.
powered at 1\OI) wattspry.
\ a-: 1 d l.v a 52f f.(1t t"-A"T one neat little package. Stop by the
I Here at Hetzner's are off to a : T"trrart i is the largest yet 'i.-tde
i store today and take look( at this
:' t't iTt- in-l i .ir.sf-j. t: '!! willS'M : a
go(1tal't i !!in the matter of furnishing ..
i :r- 'tat- !\ at .r.-.i; :
: fi l e1'tlla11'(11'ealn and( bargain.
r i- >_' r S-- -'li. ; P
you with hardware dUl'ingthe W '! r- , 'I\o" .. "I. .

i good year l ID) 17. 'T. .',. ': .. ;; ; ,. .,', 1 12 FT. ALUMINUM i BOAT



We're! planninghig on t:1kingear,-\ CHILLS & FEVER NEW\ JOHNSON{) SEA HORSE

of our old customers: and as many
DUE TO MALARIARELIEVED666
new ones as wish: to sample our ser BOAT TRAILER

Yll'\.
ICE BOX FOR BOAT


It's a hyn.H'd.ith a lot of folks: in

the Lake Region: that when they needhardware IS YOUR LIVER You get the! works $375

.
they just: naturally :say :
for the of f
KELP sum () .. .. .
"You'll! t fir-d it :at Lou I Hetzr.er's.:

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: : : ; : :: -: ',.'.::..2'. PAHOKEE SUPPLY CO.

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: ;: ; : ; .;' ,H '.:
IIiTZNEItS'T111:1L1111)11'.1RE ; :
: ; :- hard\\ are and General; ) Electric

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: : Appliances:
: STOKE : .. .;
; I HOLTS and M'TS
MAIN STKKKT BELLE r.I.ADE.: TLA. ..- -

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January 17. 1947 The E'erglade.e5; Canal: Point. Florida Page Five


Women To Serve Friend and Mrs. Louis Davis were 1 SUNDVY SCHOOL !'
named on the committee in charge I BUILDING 01MECTI\E I 'ij
Chapter BanquetMembers of banquet arrangements. I Every member of the Su *day' j
Mrs J C. Schoeppel. Mrs.:: J. R : School of the First Baptist Church I
of the Pahokee \Vom- York and Mrs Sadie" Barwick ;[ of Pahokee which almost includes Leaders In

an's Club at a business luncheon 1 were named by Mrs Leon Spoon- i every member of the church. and '! I
Tuesday voted to prepare and er president' to represent the club every friend not otherwise affiliated :
serve the banquet which will b on the local Community Chest. , is respectfully and most QUALITY
given by the Pahokee Chapter Mrs Spooner also named Mrs. I cordiallv invited to be present this '!
Ord-r of Eastern Star for Mrs. Manning I. Keen to represent the Sunday at 9:43 at which time a ;
Bea: =ie Christian of Ocala worthy club in the local March of Dimes day of prayer and praise will be : SERVICE
grand matron, on her official visit campaign. The club will assist in entered into. Although not finished -
here :Monday.. Jan 20. Mrs Lewis this campaign by supervising the : !. the new Sunday School
I collection of march of dimes donations building will be used for the first
at the Prince theitre time The departments will be led I
I
-.- by their superintendents in a special /CHEVROLET

lOMPLfTE: : HFCTRIC\L ; \Mhx: KFI'UK SHOP I it"ation All are urged to reman I
ALL TiPES MAGNETOS. GENERATORS for the preaching service. where
At a meeting of the Canal Point iR'oman's I
ST\RTF CARBURETORS and the piocrraTi will be continued. REPAIRS
ELECTRIC MOTORS. Society of Christian Service I
Last Sundiv, under God- It>
.Ill Work Factory Guaranteed at the home of Mrs X \".
R"y Eggleston; Mgr. Electric Dept Maxson la.-t week Mrs A. R Harrington : ship and voice. the pastor. ad.r-I MAINTENANCE
A. :\lohE'rgaked: the church I
president named standing << !
nave I I friends to pray and act in tt>
committees as follow: Mrs T. LUBRICATION
: Stockman'S d all bills ,
with pud
Machinery \\'. Griffith. \Irs. Don Kepp and completing '
Repair Unit No 2 by Faster Sundav Enthusiastically -
Mrs Franci Cross fellowship : : I PAINTINGWASHING
and reverently God'scall l
Phone inu Mrs J. P. Parker and Mr.N. E. i iIaxson
( FIORIDX :\ membership: :'. R. : was heeded Hence Easter
CIFWISTON will find all interested a :;
\ COMPLITF: : \(" \ SIIOP Dart. MrsV. M Blair and :\ \1.1' Sunday
"God LStill On
K Buchanan. l local work. happy people I
The Throne:* POLISHING I I.c


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PIANOS ..JEVELRYIIJSIC: Mrs Margaret Thompson: presented and equipment anti an ample stock
I a royal .service program at of genuine Chevrolet toi
I parts : ":":ure
i a meeting of the Lottie Moon
J. W. R ASH L E YJEWELER Circle. PahokeeVMU. at the I t you of qualitxeriee at economicalprice

I I i First: Baptist Church Monday : -.
Helle Glade Fla.
I afternoon. Those takingpart i

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WE SERVICE ALL MAKES
1 GO TO CHURCH ..\Y'i i \V Mulli1Mrs. L.1.. Mulhs \Irs. :
Griffin GilhMr*-. J. E. Unvvm
and Mrs J, C M->ck. (Cars and Trucks)
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+::: PURCHASE OF ::: and Mrs Norman Kennedy: 'ta'lght..r of Dtn vilU'. N Y., and

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K..:: Packing House : : NOTICETo

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Taxpayers and Property Owners:
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Your 1U7! TAX UKTl'KXS: "i'*? due to lie l

:: :: Robert Mackey l I iled! in the A,.,.e--or'- Mine) at the ('ounty Court

Hou e on or )helore April 10 W; 17.
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PKHsOXAL: PKOPEKTV: returnmut he

v. <. filed or a 1O 1x't't'Chit pen.dtvill be added to your
sY> To Glades Farmers: c v>
assessment. This is in accordance with the tax
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":> I recently 1 purchased the Fred T. I Hickerson Packing I adopted at the 11)11esion of the Letfilature. -

v v'c Personal property consists: of household

:> :House in Canal) Point and am now operating it. I will appreciate <. ;riM d-... stocks of merchandise. Iioat.l airplane'l in
h
Kf> is fart iA I] typ! >s of tangible ijer:,onal proi rty.Uf'idenh .
:> } your ('on ideratin'hen you have }produce to -::.

::: be handled. I that I will give package i
can assure every : : : of Florida are required "t file an

.:. my individual attention and secure 1'01'"ou. the Yt'c. : IXTANltlBLK PROPERTY return. If the propitv -

KA> KA. (' owner fail to file this return a penalty i-

...:.> highest market price. It will be a pleasure to -erve vou. Ky.Y :> add*.d t<> the a=eeomrnt.

Y: ---I;ohei.tIaekc: >y.
.. V vv I
V v ioI'{ t::at all the taxpayers will file their return;
A
::: We Cater To The Producer of Small Lots : : a; well atheir HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION ai>-

pluat! :<>na: 'Hm a:: po:o iMe Personnel in th-

v vi .\,,,-,"r-:, Offi- will 'ie glad! to help you in any-
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> KK \\. :. t : r-y can.
f>

s i> Robert Mackey's ProducePhorelMTl s!*}

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H.: .:r Pr .-;":rom t'w.r, I am
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Six The Everglades News. Canal Point. Florida Fridav January 17 194?

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Baseball School opened last week for a six: week's I training program. Mrs. Frank Thompson spent the Mr. and Mrs. James H. Wilson
course under the direction of I Fuller Warren colorful figure in weekend in Orlando visiting her have as their guest his father
Held At Bartow George Stirnweiss Xew York I state political and sports circles, husband who is a patient at a hospital diaries 1... Wilson Nashville..
I will be master of ceremonies at there. Tenn.
BARTOW cordial invitationto Yankee infielder. I i I the! Barbecue, where Florida's - -- --.. -
all Florida and The ;young World War II veter-1 baseball club and members
newspapermen owners I Mrs. Sam Berry of Belle Glade Mrs Marvin Levins and children
radio broadcasters to attend the ans who are attending the schoolare of the and radio will meet
press j was a patient at Everglades Memorial visited her mother in Ocoee last
Bartow Baseball Barbecue at the shooting for the big leagues II with! these young veteran athletes ;I Hospital the past week. week.
civic center in Bartow on Monday.Jan. under the capable direction of who are shooting for big time
20, was extended early this such veteran major league playersas baseball. i .
-- - -- --
Phil Rizzutto of the Yankees - -- -
week Bill
by Tomasello president I
of the Bartow Junior Chamber of'' and Rip Sewell of the Pittsburg+.I STUDY ('OU'RSE .
Commerce.The I i Pirates, who are on the coaching The young peoples' union of the:
free barbecue, at 6:00 p. m., !1 staff. i I'I' First Baptist Church of Pahokee Authorized Dealers I
is being give nto acquaint members -j There are 142 amateur ball players -I i'I will begin this Sunday night the WISCONSIN" COOLED ENGINES
of the Florida press and radio from 31 states and two from study of the book "The Plan of
with the training program at the Canada who are attending this Salvation" I Austin Crouch u. Rev ALSO REPAIR P.RTSIi'ORT.1L'LE
'', under the GI Bill of RightsI I C A. will be the '
Bartow Baseball school, which' school and Mrs. Moberg \ WELDER. Enabclini) ; us to
I
I I
teacher This course is open to j
I anyone interested According to do any kind of Steel Construction at any place

001lIIQODQI t/IAOD lI01 I i I the Bible this world is divided into
i lIJa two cla-ses of people the saved Manufacturers Of

and the unsaved. It is the duty IRRIGATION AND DRAINAGE PUMPS
Q and privilege of the saved to con- '
HYDRAULIC MOLE DRAINS
tact the unsaved.; This splendidly
Geiger Lumber Co. o written book tells how to reach WEED CHOPPERSWE

the un5aved. Regardless;: of age :
0 or denominational affiliation. the MANUFACTURE EVERYTHING TH.1T'SMADE

j irvitati' to enlist i* open to all OUT OF IRON FOR USE IN
0 Pahokee, Florida 0 that all Christians might be Ixttt-r: THE GLADES .
I -oui.Mnnei l '<=. The meetings willI

0 HAS .\AMPLE: SUPPLY OF I rw. "ndlll tell in Fellowship Hall AGENT FOR ;)-Y CRIMP AND CORRIGATEDALUMINIUM
Sundays. following the assembly '
1 r' :',,,t it r.30. There i.<;. of course : ROOFING

Flooring and Siding I,, no fee.-- ------

o i Mani i Mrs." Wendell Harris Canal Point Machine Works

p $105 per thousand sq. ft. Qa I are t'r moving"..rve in this Sanford week where to makes Mr. CANAL .1'01NTPHONE 531-; : O. BOX 466
'
with
Harris will he associated aninsmanie
.
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company there.J j
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Framing D4S $100 i d I It' and Mrs E G. Newell of
W-st Pilm n.al'h're dinrorgii.ts
o aQ Iftr.. and Mrs D. D. Cau-
per thousand sq. ft. QJ i "IIJtonday..

Join The ThrongsAttend
J
Pine $90
I Rough . . E a Classified Ads the

per thousand sq. ft. po

i SEPTIC: tanks and grease trapsi
.
i cltaned and repaired. Phone Dog Racesat
4x8 Asbestos BoardHomogenized 357?. Bob Douthit. Pahoket- M17c
0 o i! __ _ _
!v TOK N\LK:: Fine display of Newj
j and reconditioned trailer Small the
I' down payment balance like rent.
\Ve have three lot;: and carry aS'ventfve <
Palm Beach
: thousand dollars :
II -to<. k. 'A*. purely can "nlveour ,
hou-ir.?: nioWem. Arthur Trailer j jPalen
IIIi East main St. Pahokee. i Kennel ClubNIGHTLY
Ii Open from 10 a. m. >o 9 p. m.
'daily including Sunday. tfch
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I
I I'Oi: x\I.K: New Chrysler mdu t- :

!i, Vitamin D Milk I i eiator real power and unit automatic starter and shut-off gen- :;

I Phone 531. 40O2 Canal Point tfNTKO
: or i
I: .... j ( except Sunday )
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I: vIi ; \\.\: : : Experienced Chevrolet
!
nit'{hame. also body and paint
f Ii; AVAILABLE AT YOUR man Peimanent Jib Contact j
I FIRST RACK 8:15; P. :\1.
;jO O GiU>ert at Chn.-tian Chevro-:
II GROCERY STORE ll pct lon.pany in Pahok--e or phone I j jiPahoke
2371 or 4M1 N20ch !' Daily Double2nd:! & :Jrd Races

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emit: IN and see the New EKtru -- Ten Races
Quinieila
II Lawn Mower non dt'mtr.tt.on -
I LFAI' ..:.' fo easy to oper.itt.1
y. 'i merely plug in. switch ..n' NO MINORS ADMITTED I :
mot..r and Whiz the grass is < ut
.
:, ;.tr'll.-s of height. Christian'' Opposite :MorriMin FieldVe
II C"r.et.! Pahoke- FIIP;one

II III CREAMERY CO. 2.571;\ StD13 \ >t Palm Peach Admission 2e;

I nn x\l.t:: L-M Allis Chalmers'
IIII II Phone 20 Belle Glade, Fla.Let's :i lio hor-,>powt'r motor and 140OOs.al ( ,
i pt r minute Couch pump In ;
'""Ctl1- nt condition. Lake Worth
Dra:r.ice District. 11t Citizens
Ihld:1g'st: Palm Ihach. Floruit -
J17ih

111\11:11: : Fountain /girls. Apply
i* i"1' .Jler's: Sundry Store in
Get Pad: .,k... J17oh
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nn1.1 i :: Two marine pKhoard
h .... n teal for beer anal -. ->dv -
'. v -'.In.:;; ;P.(10 takes t..th.
Goin'W.th i iMFjk Doman at store 1..c.it- A Servant of the Glades

: .. :-.a- .,'f D. F Crosby' :ot.Jn:1<
i P.Ik" J17f
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nIl1.1:: .' wheel I all &t.-.I! I'.i,3i I ToMiami
; tht' holidays over and a new year lacinirii :" tri.:.'r. Henderson Texac' 4 Buses
,S:*.t*:. *:. I'ah..kt'f' Iti lo West Palm Bt-at'h
-. Wt'n ready to render oven a better service .
... Daily To Ft M\er & lakeland
n H: 1l.l;: New granite: .1-4 t..n >
than in the well do in
everything
past. Anyuay. i T- t.;. r steel tramp and b.d\
I a.!.- ":r.t.-! uphr.Rs: ;!' and f,.I.Ii
take of needMAKK *.
our |pt'r to care your -
i! :11" \ v'+rpain Cnstar. (hv
r. .- : P-.,'rt> 237 Pahokee Fla\ tf Glades Motor Lines, Inc.

} : IT A 11AI5IT: Try for it at , . . \\ \\T.:1t: TO HI.\,-. jV\-. rr

.,-' ' h1 h 'aw. r..t t.er.a. SERVING; THE f ;
.. ..able! S L Ld.H'. J>>xelerr
Western Auto Associate StoreI. I : \ 7- ] fi.w.. lee J24p

\\ILl. 1\11 1 I E peanut ( r

3!. LAIR. Owner PAHOKEE FLA. ...1' ,' rrr.ai hire f'r sn-.aJ r.ec- LADES"S
i 1 n-fJt'f-T, J
:k| F I1 -.an at '.::t' ra.IraJ: ss.rg
:n Faluktie JZfrod -






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January 17. 1947 The Everglade News, Canal Point Florida Page Seven


on. S. C, is the guest of her broth- Watson and his men are in first' l tr n. billerLi'lvnrnrnrnn.ln/lnM\a1nn.MM- ,'l'Il"? ,!,n".l,
er-in-lavv and sister, Mr. and Mrs position with twenty one points, 5

:Marvin: Vandgrift in Pahokee. Leo Wroten with 20. Al Belcherand Ii Fine Clothes For i|
:Mrs: Carmen Salvatore Sr., HERBERT'S
i Jack 'Jnellith 15 each and : .
1. visited her son-in-law and daughter : Men and Women :|
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Paulette. Horace t.nwmnth 14 It mightbe i TAILORED TO MEASURE
of interest to mention the name I g
Mr F.1.. Peters and sons left I in Tampa the past week.
of one Howard Holmon "Th Have Your Ladie Clothes Tailored I g
This week to join Mr Peters in Mrs William DoGray of Sao 3'
Caracas, Venezuela, where he is Paulo Brazil arrived in Canal Tabu"with 4. | 3 By A :\1311'S Tailor !
The teacher Rev C. A. Moberg'
employed as flight mechanic by Point last night to spend four'
the Standard Oil Company. weeks with her parents Mr. and, particularly urgethe attendanceof AL
BELCHER
!: all interested in view of the ,: !
:Mrs: Albert Fremd.
:Mr: and Mrs J. C. Schoeppeland I lesson this Sunday "Jem and
children, accompanied by his A meeting of the Workers Coun-!' Xicodemus- ", the subject of the l Box 876 PAHOKEE it G;
nephew Eddie Riche of Milwaukee cil of the Pahokee Methodist new birth a favorite of tit past-' e .
Wise, were visitors in Au- Church school will be held in the:''or. The Class Quartet will sing. ':;'iiV.iiVii== -.lI"\.7'iVii'-'i' 'i' 'nC7 CJ I(7C7>+ 'nC7RC'nC7r1C'rIi 'nC' C mL'1'rg
burndale the past weekend. Victory classroom on Tuesdav' :: A most cordial welcome awaits'all
Charles McQuaig, Sr. went to night at 7:30 o'clock. ,i iIEX'S wno attend. All nit otierwi>e''
Orland. Tuesday to receive treat- -- ,
affiliated and visitor in our com- II
ment for injuries received in a :\ BIBLE CL\SS I munity will receive from th,'
motorcycle accident last September. (ONTK-sT CONTIMKs ,i hands of our greeters Jack Spell Dr. A. C. Wilhelm Jr.
He was accompanied by I:. This Sunday it 13 hoped, the, and Buddv Cochran a most enthusiastic p
J. Schroder. goal of one hundred will be the joy greeting The das
i Optometrist
Mr and Mrs Mike Hopench and of the Pahokee Men's Bible Class i( meets each Sunday in Fellowship: -
son visited his sister Mrs K. \\'.I The interesting contest, all in the I Hall at 9:45. 0
Hirshman, and Mr and Mrs. Jim spirit of friendly competition.I -- 0 Eyes Examined, Glasses Fitted
Fulton in Sebnng last week. which will continue through the The official opening of Sunshine
Miss Ruth Herron of Fort Mvers la. t Sunday in February, is now ml I Park horse racing track at Olds- e EVENING APPOINTMENTS FOR 5J
was a recent guest of her brotherinlaw high gear ;and is bringing to light : mar near Tampa has been d.'laved OUT OF TOWN PATIENTS 0
and ..1'ister.Ir.. and Mrs. much hidden talent on the part of ; through inability to secure material -
0 Mail In Your Broken Glasses D
Carmen Salvatore. Jr. in Pahokee the group captains and their necessary; for completIng-
Miss Era Mae Welch of ScrantPrince workers. I the park. Xew dates are Jan. 23 0 For Prompt Repair
As the four in the losing bracket -1 to March 22 Xo rating will beheld !
will entertain the four in the: on Feb 10 toavoid conflict 212 :\. ANDREWS AYE. PHONE: 192FT. 0
(] .
winning bracket at a fish fry we with Gi-pinlla Day at the Florida LAt'DERDALE. .. L.\.
a
announce herewith the leading State Fair and the Ga-panlla
Theatre groups and their captains: Paul parade SQBBtEBBBBBBBEBBBBEBEBBBEEverglades



Pahokee, Florida I -


Week of January 12th:


I


Sun.-Mon. Federal Savings and


( Jerome Kern'sPRIMER I Itr ItrEYI'S :l


,L '_ 20- ,n Loan Association of Belle GladeBELLE

t -"'" I

- in TECHMCOLOR 'it kTues.Ted. : GLADE FLORIDA

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STATEMENT: OF DECEMBER: 31, 1946


Resources


First Mortgage Loans ____..__.......$784,708.18;

Loans on Certificates . .._..... ... 7,110.00

Investments and Securities ........ .I: ,.OOO.OOCa

h on Hand and in Bank .__..... 82,111.20: :

Office Furniture ......... .... __ __.... 10 .50


A Paramount fictvr ? Liabilities


Added Attraction Members Share Account* .. .. ._ SoSO.5SS.20;

"Football Thrillsof Advance from Federal I Ionle

Loan Bank ...--...--.--...... ...... ,__. 150000.00

1946"Oubtal1l1in Advance Local Bank ........,........... 55,000.00

Nays r by outStanding Other Liabilities .... ........ ((5(5)( .28;
teams

Specific Reserve ....p,,,.,,,,,__.,,..__ 18..11.1.42

Loans in Process ............... 41.H.t.LU:3.):

Thurs.Fri.. Dividends Declared but


wdt lames'V Unpaid . .....--.. .. ............___ 1,593.75; ;

Unallocated Reserve ..--........... D.120: .:85;)
Z ,r
1jCNh/ZilpQ/

'- _f flIDes NS6f; ,021.SS SS6{))7.027.

..tUE 6fIIER p.




I )Directors
Double Feature :

C. K. RiedeJ. President A. E. Kirchman Vice-Pre

Saturday
YY. R. Hooker. ViceProHugh h J. Bratley, Sec.-Treat

"Song of \Wyoming" Herbert I D. Beck. Attorney


P: hhe Jt'an. Jenaear: H'>'r

.\LSOfcFliD .-
Chartered and Supervised: by the t'. S. Go\eminent;


BEVERLY SIMMONS m :Member} Federal Hume Loan Bank y.-tern

1e Sai4ir l! I Inued: up t.> >5.0oO.OOFriday. ()()


BRADY flANK McHUGH
FAY HOLDIN DOROTHY MORRIS

A UNIT LRSAl\ PlCTURi


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Eight The Everglade.? News. Canal Point, Florida Friday. January 17. 1947


Sadler is the secretary to Europe. ilrs. C. C. Cruthird is a- patientat Miss Clara Eden is the guest, cf

Missionaries Will Speak Before Africa and the Near East for the St. Mary's; Hospital" inVest Mrs Mldrtd Brown in Miami this I
I Palm Beach. \"e. k.
Southern Baptist Convention,

Many Groups In Everglades AreaThe which fields he vIsited last spring

Dr. Samuelson will also address
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uelson. associate Secretary of the a Negro Union Service at the Pa- '
Florida Chain of Missionary -
Division of Domestic M.s-sions ot hokee Colored Baptist CMinri on
Assemblies for 16 year; has \9.\O9.
the National Council of the Episcopal Thursday. Jan. 23, at S p. 'n ,
brought to communities throughout ,
Cnimh. Dr. Samuelson! has ---
this State outstanding missionaries "- U
bttn very active in the ltl'al'ork i- ,,;
ministers layman, and Stowers Mnlov
of that ureh. \Ve ivtllspeak
e
nationals from all parts of the program

world. The program planned to Beautiful.on "the theme "America the The encasement and anpmaohmp \}vt1\

acquaint Christians of all dmonmatiors marriage of Miss Je-sio Gary A -
2
On Fnday January at p.
with world conditions and Maloy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.L. "
m. Mrs Induk Pahk wlll addie-s i\\
missionary information. I.Ialny of Pahokee to Ensign .&
at Pahokee High
assembly
an
The Canal Pomt-Pahoket-- -- Millard M Stowers. son: ot MiDt s \\
tonal Association has made: the il towers of Corona Del Mai i

arrangements for the programs C'.il.f. was announced this week
and speak. rto visit;; tht. Glade s qs>s l>v her parents.

area in lit 17. Miss Malay is a graduate of Pa- PEN <<: O DDT

The: first meeting to bo held in nokee High School and attendedthe

Pw GJa.11! tw a joint Lion> Academy! of Science: in Talla- produrl-. .up'riur l.erau e tIe

Kotanan me<.t,ng at the Baptist !.".I i, su na-=ee before enlisting: in the Navy are .i..nlili..n .-i>nin>iiii .|>f.c.lI.
A as aVA'E.. Darin: her 42

Nas ui' nth.s of service in the Navy she

4 try".rlt( f' ;'$ was stationed most of the time in
r3
Washington D. C.. and recently PENCO WB-50-Designed for use as water

n reived her discharge with the i'I'' spray, contains 50% DDT.

rank of chief specialist. PENCO &MULSION CONCENTRATE
,erved in I
Ensign Stowers has
water emulsion sprays where minimum
< the Navy for four and a half j;
visible residue is desired.
Y. years including two years of OT'erI I
; He l PENCO CATTLE SPRAY-ideal for use as
j.-as duty! in the Pacific area. II
:' turned to the Cmted State this livestock and barn spray or livestock dips.

f \\'.'.'k from China t I PENCO DB-50-Specially compounded for

The wedding is scheduled tn dust applications, contains 50% DDT Technical.
take place the last of this month. :
( .ii-till tour li-lrilml fur ailtirr. a- !<. II,,' a-|>liralioii -
----
i .if lln'...- pruthu'I| > to jour !particular iiml.1.lS"yoegde
Mrs Induk Pahk "
( niriu CKKF.DSMis. : : i i

__ I
ii.I.et School. M:',. I'.jnk i,. tn.' First Horace Un\vin presented a :I
Oriental of
Traveling .Tdary program on "Church Cieeds" at i
Strident! Yohmt"E'rlo"t lwnt int '
meeting of the Business \\ (>man's
le United States. She has been WMU. at the
Circle First Baptist '
adlIn starting cooperative ,, home of Mrs. Homer Barnes Tuesday 1 ; i;; a t'1,?/ CRYOLITE INSECTICIDE

nm\. meet, in Korea and since lib- .
evening. Brief talk on the : \\i "'alu"u" natural' (..rccnlainlf rrsulile inert Iicidr
(1t..nl L.. Santuela.n- fafion she has broadcast for th> Mrs .. .. .. .
jubjecteie given by Ralph c K1DIriL > f>rnrnir- lit* nr. I .nlr..lIt..n l I..r., .
An.oi'fan Military Government Grimes, Mrs. T. W Knight. Mrs tsLc t li.-i-llc. ... Hiinii.mil ralermllar-. truer l il frtnn
Fellownp H:il? .>n T"'I-MII\ J.m- < AMGt and has entered into the I). W Young. Mrs J. 11. Wilkinson f 1 \oiir ilUlriliiilor.more .

u...t.y 23 at TJ: 1.The regular official \\tik of the United Nation Jr.Ir.... C. A. Mobt-rg and Y" ,.f. l1yat
Lions flub has t
the
nlp- ilg nt ? .
Mis W. :\1. PuBose.Mr
t.. !'i ".in< ,,11.!! il in lavoi of this
Dr. GeoipeV. Sadlet will ad- <: H. I.. Speer gave a talk on
ii' .tmi;. ""Ihoiigti -pon-ored, by du >s a stner.il meeting at the Pa- "Steward.-hip" and Mrs. Clio

the'sr two s, <'n'we clubs the meeting hokoe Methodist Church on Tuesday Dou!hit was in charge -f the devotional \ -

is open| to all men of the area. : January 2 His add It'S': will -. Mr.s. Barne- served re-

the only stipulation being that b.- OntVoild and FUib-ia. Dr. --.nments to IS guests t wf
tho--e not membeis of the flubs

make leservationa through chub

officialfor their: d-mn'is: bt lore

Tuesday Jan. :21. The speaker of

the day will h.' Dr. Clifford Sam-


Hen..rr of O irrti* <"* of
BMrF IMIIOHI! torti
of Pa link w in the Male or t-1..rl<'"' lit *$r
the cl!< -<' tf nu-m..., (l ti Dec 31 1946h v ?-
4xj
ASSETS;
{'.<- ba'anre with other
har.km' ; n..-eretalari fblki returh
'e and ca.-ti items
in pr..ee-_ ..I mlttioii $1 14464180United
states H..H'rnn1f'ntob1
atltln", lirect and
mulut..Pd 1.26:. 000 00 .

Other Ob luhtl"BI!!.:atlons bond subdi\i-ion of. notes state. and and i21T500: t empty be f titles promptly I' .

let*ntureloan '' s ooo no
and dlcoijnts 1 504.532: 80
Hank prrmbfsow
neil (500 00
Furniture and
fixture* 500 00 00000

TOTAI ASSETS $3 P92: 35165 BECAUSE there's serious of bottles '
1.1.\1ILIT1E. a shortage yJAX'
Demand dP..Us t' Indlrl- S
duals partnerships and \
corporation. 52: .532: :770 37 you'll help everybody who loves good cir !
Time flrM.tt of liulltl- i ,( i 11', ,lit
duals, partr.rrshps. and

Deposit('('rpl>rath'l1-ft United StMMKnrrnmrnt 583.56735 I I beer if you return your empty beer bottles

( ilnchullnnpoMj.1
ut.K-t, 27.til.23Deposit
ft States and I'Oll- without elay.
ttoalutxllMslons S;C.1f3602ther ,
:: deposit* certified Jc +
'fll..r checfcrtci 17.0.1)41-1 I II

TOTAL |I Please don't let them accumulate in !!
DerH...tts S373835D24O'her : your Imo; ,
llaMlltlt.. 3.ICO 00TOTAI

tudnlllh! \LI\nitTlFS<' d'.natPt1 not >i garage or on your back porch. They're .really \ .

.'lls4TU'nsluwu brkm I *3 ill 51924

Capitalsurpiu e.TAlCCOt; TS t0W)000 needed if we are going to be able to supply IIIIII'' tall

!* 110 0(10 Or

count:mliMiIttl\'"il'1 profr.Ke ; ;:.; 8O.332-1t 10.50(1 I lovers of good beer with JAX, the golden, \\tYj/q!/ F'rFmellow -


TOTM CAPITAL Drink of Friendship. \ /' I
.UXOVNTTOTL : > j :25083241 \ f +..

1MBIMT1FS AND: III't t I!

t'APITM bank-*. IIXHNTSThtv cap'ta.. :: ,-,'nl\"U 33492235105 of FtfP'eferrnl We can make plenty of JAX now, but we '
.. .. of
ttx k th total "ar'al.\>r
SIC V*(111 fI'-a: r.. t 1 r 1t> 1.. T lurflOSOOW .
Common .ti vk with total can't get it to you unless we have bottles.t t f
para.ue it $W V 1I1 00
EER
MEMCIIt'::'it1.r.t .\
.\...tt. : M 'r 1I..I'n .'d
t."If" ::a'<:':tle. And Thanks a lot for your cooperation. ..J tc
!, r rthrr r.T;'<..... f !Ft'J ,11.' (.'
1 F F .t.'ln c *h.r of :1:. ,,111 i iC ik
atxnr-nairrd hank t1 i "o:,'mTII': '', r
that the ve ..tetnert.t :- t
that It fully! and roret.;\ rrrre"er.tthe >
ti..etat..- ..< the ..' :. ",.. -.
.
herein r'.nu..1: at'di'! ? -v: 'hi
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test it tr.k: :e i-: r
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leas. YrtndSate
.'f F'rlda. County t* ti>n
DISTP.IBTTED BY
Peach: MPworn
U and ,ut.c l>ed hefer me
thl 14th da\ >'! JaDuar'rIM'-; and I
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