<%BANNER%>
The Everglades news
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079910/00279
 Material Information
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: April 25, 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).
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
notis - AKF8469
lccn - sn 95026042
System ID: UF00079910:00279
 Related Items
Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

Full Text
Gainesville, fla





. , Esfa6fished924 +
5
**&> AD


M L. 6


r "The Truly Distinguished: Mind

Prefers the Provinces

oi F1tit
"
\In\ er&' 'Ibtat"1

r




FRIDAYApril

25, 1947 PUBLISHED WEEKLY CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDIN



CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY


.
-------- -------------- -----
nnnnnnn ----------------------- ----------- ------------- -- ---------------- --- ------------------

;., Jernigans To Move: I Legion Welcomes I Osborne Belj'eu New Scout TroopNo.

RECENTOPERATIONS i To Clewiston SoonAt Treated For BurnsOsb"1

I 'Two New MembersMn.lvi 25 Instituted
1 of .
yesterday's meeting fv.' r.t' B-Jyeu Pahokee.Flos

Pahokee Rotary club Will Jerni- ida Power and Light Companv

I By Paul Rardin ; gan ttndtrJt-d his: resignation an-1 1 j; *; < f Fred and PeivyMan. : ;.reran was taken to the E\"t'r-I Fa:n kee Boy Scout Tioop 25; ,

gave for cause the fact that he 1 .-::" Id Post fl') at ,i meetirv : s!hide! ? Meivorial Hospital:: for recently organized under the sponor -
-I has been transferred to in the Woman's clubhouse : :
CleW-1 Monday t: I a tmt'lt :'I.'rdawiwu he fit! ;- >hip of the Lions Club was instituted
State Representative B. Elliot ton by the sugar company. I nut w.'I. "nlt'-.l! Margie La Rose V* in a special investitureieumony
::<':11 a pole after coming; in contact '
next of the been a member: : of the clib since it i their: second woman member Jo'r I
may btth( Speaker n WIt': a live wire. He ! House of Representatives at the I was organized in 1920.: having T. Miller was also recd"tas: anew ,. electric shock; burns on both hand* Jamboree and Barbecue given by
1919 session of the state come to the Lake Region in 1922. I member. and bruises but fortunateldd: officials of the Xorth Gladtra
ture. Last week end while I leg-iSla-I Mr. Jernigan will leave forClewiton The group voted to approve the r not fracture any bones in his fall District Gulf Stream Council,

Tallahassee I found out from many I next week but his family Citv Council's decision to r?mO\.' f: r.i tae high pole. HSA. on the Elk grounds Tuesday <
members of the present House that : will remain in Canal Point : from the city hall grounds the nisht. Alton Jones district
the Pahokee Ford dealer stands a I until the close of school. 1Ir.Jernigan I V-'oild War II veterans; honor roli I -----.- i chairman of scout advancementsand

mighty good chance of being i is teaching in the Pa 1)o'1rd'hich needs repainting and i awards, officiated.
honor. I hokee school. I is! row in a rather dilapidated con- : for members
named to this h\gh Field Day Is Set I A court of honor
questioned Representative Elliottin Citizen of Canal Point will I dition. Tentative plans call f'-.i II of Troop 25 was formed bv J. 11.

regard to the story I had heard wish the Jernigans the very best the! rrpHrprner.t! of the honor robhoard Wilkinson, Jr.. Edward A. Jensen,
repeated in several places but he I' of luck in their new home. I with a memorial bronz"p'nfjue I For Friday, Mav 2 I Lawrence Dany. ("hule.ilkin-
.
-- ,
was non-committal. It's time for to be placed in a prominent son and Milton: Douglas. The courtof
a man from this end of the state lions : position in the city hall. I honor granted tenderfoot badgesto
Planning Annual Field Day at the Everglades -
Edward A. Jensen
to be named Speaker and the Commander Bobby Schroder. Harrel Floyd.
Palm Beach county legislator Iris anpointed Kt>nnthIock to represent Experiment Station will beheld II Ru'selltilion.! Tommy: Sheppardand
many things in his favor if he de- : Swimming Pool! Post 90 on the Pahokee Ath- on Friday. May: 2. according I Albert Graves of Troop 2i.:
to announcement by Dr. Allison
cides to become an active candidate letic Council. Mr. Jensen announced These award were made by Mr.
for the job. With two term plans for participating in thejoint and County Ag'ent1.: U. Mounts Jones who also advanced Franklin
of experience tucked safely under Pahokee Lions at their Tuesday installation ceremony firLegion The public is cordially invited anda Howell and Frank Rosenberg of
bis belt, he would be plenty cap luncheon meeeting revealed that posts and auxiliaries ot great deal of Interesting infor I Canal Point Tioop 24 to the rankof
despite the disheartening South Bay. Belle Glade Pahokee mation will be available to grow-
able of holding down the job of I many first class': scouts.
difficulties encountered to date and Canal Point to be held Tues ers who care to attend.
presiding over the House. His affable The address of welcome to par
manner makes it easy for they are determined to push their day. April 29, at 8 p. m. in Belle Morning: 10:00: A. M. ents and other guests was given
him to make friends in the legis- public swimming pool project to a Glade. 1. Opening remarks (In the by O. R. Bleech, district chairman.
lative halls. Members of the successful conclusion. Rupert Paul Collier, chairman of the Ramie Labratory) The program was under the di-
House may differ with him on a Mock and Lewis Friend membersof fund raising comn\+tee reportedthat a. Discussion of the prcraJi" :;ecliorof -Frank Roxelle, district
proposed bill, but they know that the swimming pool committee, Post 90 obtained a' Flee b:' Recent trace element findings commissioner. W. E. Nexson assistant -

Representative Elliott in honest in reported that funds and materials master 4-door Chevrolet Sedan, a scout executive ofVt" t
his convictions. It is going to be are now available for the pool and Bendix electric washing machine c. Start of field tours Palm Beach, led the scouts in
interesting to watch the trend of work will start as soon as neces- and a General Electric range for 2. Inspection of pasture and turf games and group singing. V. C.
things during the next few weeks sary changes in the original plansare the drawing which will take placeon grass gardens, including small Denton Thadd Whidden and Jack
and see what happens when the completed. Present plans call the Elks grounds on July 4. The grains and a wide variety Chastain were in charge of the
time comes for active campaigning for a 35 by 75-foot pool to be located group voted to sponsor an annual legumes. barbecue.
for the House Speaker's job. in the city park on Bacom street carnival and dance, the date 3. Inspection of animal work, including -.
I'll predict today that should the Point Road. to be set later. cross-bred trials and
members of the House pick B. El- The group voted to sponsor a Paul Tillery. commander-elect. the steer feeding tests thatwill Gamot CandidateFor
liott as their speaker for 1949 that donkey Softball game with Earl A. called a meeting of the executive be in their tenth week at CouncilmanA.
they can chalk up another good Lindrose, I. J. Erasure, Jr.. and board for this Friday night to out- the time of the meeting. City
job to their credit when the '491 Kenneth Mock on the committeein line plans for the future. Luncheon: 12:30: (In the Ramie!
charge of arrangements. E. A. Laboratory) J. Gamot of Pahokee announces -
session is over. I .
Jensen introduced Francis W Afternoon" : 1:30: P. M. his candidacy this week
- I
Cross Jr.. as a new member.On Sister Of Mrs. Ramey 1. Opening remarksa. for a seat on the city council subject -
Bleech Seeks Place I the program ".. E. Nexson Discussion of the programb. to the will of the voters in the

On Pahokee Council assistant scout executive of West I Dies In The NorthMiss Results of fertility studiesc. forthcomnig city election on Tues
I Palm Beach gave a talk on "The I Start of field tours day. May 6. Mr. Gamot is runnirgin
Story of the Research Work on Mildred Williamson, sisterof 2. Horticultural work Group 4. he said in his an-
t O. R. Bleech officially announce j I the Atomic Bomb." Mrs. George B. Ramey. died atthe Inspection of field plantingrf I nouncement.Mr. .
his candidacy this week for a pla'eon I ---- -- I home of her brother and sister-':i! bean celery potatoes, limi Gamot has been a successful
the Pahokee city council. He i Williamson varieties with Pahokee for more
in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Philo bean and corn business man in
is pinning in Group 4. A. J. Gamot .' Poppy: Day Sales in Bloomfield. Conn.. OT particular emphasis on the I than 15 yearsoperating Gamot's
i!\ running in the same group. Both' To Be Held May 6 I Tuesday.': April 22. Funeral services first three and review of work I Variety Store through the year
gentlemen are seeking the place i i are being held this Friday with peas and several other and more recently joining with
held at present bv R. B.' :\lackE'tr. '\.. -- 1 afternoon at 1 :30 o'clock in Gor crops. Dr. R. A. Emerson ofCornell George Belk in the opening of the
\ been resident ,; Final plans for the annual poppy I I
: Bleech has
a ton. Conn. plans to be present" l i. Lake Shore Motor Company in
day sales project to he held rn I
of Pahokee since 1939. During the 6. :\tiss.i1Iiam n was !schoolteacher connection celery breeding i I a handsome new building in Pa
election
city day Tuesday. May
years he has built up a successful ,! were made by members of the and for several years had studies now in progress and I I hokee.In .
insurance' and real estate busine"' ;: been principal of the Gorton Elementary Dr B L Wade of the U. S. D i his official announcement
Post 90 at a
He is a member of the Rotary club ,(I Legion in the Pahoke Auxiliary woman's School. She was a visitor A Field Breeding Labratory I I Mr. Gamot states that he is interested
meeting
Anti has been active in Boy Scout i I
connectioiwith betterment of city
I clnfchrus-e Monday niht.tr: : here several years aco. at Charleston! in in
work and other civic activities. ]I Doris Wetherington is chairman of i Survivors include her father C the bean variety trail I government in Pahoke and that

Mr. Bleech in his announc the committee in charge of th- .I H. Williamson. r."P"t: Hart- that: are under ....av. I he will work wholeheartedly to
meat does not make a lot of !sale of the rorPi which are made ford. Conn.. two !sisters and three" 3. Fntomolocical workInspection the end that citizens are provided
promises but says' that hp.m by d- a blf'tl veterans with all pro- brothers. of work with t--- I with more efficient government.For .
work for a bigger and better Pa- and daughter and of sprattrials he" has been An
c cds going to these veterans.It i Mrs. Ramey mato insects many year
hokee wa reported that approximately Phoebe Ann were called to Bloomfield against aphids on pottI I I ardent civic worker and all times
- --- ?10O was netted from the< on Tuesday of last week and toe and cabbasre: al of n'matode has joined cooperatively in mov-

Bulldogs Get Even benefit spaghetti: supper "por',,->red were at the bedsi-le:: when she control work on bear= I meet which have been for the gun 1
by the Auxiliary Saturday night passed :away: They expect to return and celerv" seed bests. : r.f Pahr.kee.
With Blue DevilsThe I a*>d the public was thanked for its home MTV 4 4. Pathological work I ---- --

fine spirt of cooperation. PI<1r-; Inspection of disease: control! Two County Hills
----- --- i
South Broward Bulldotblanked :* were made to participate in t'.o work on potatoes!' and j'iuar hand
the Pahokee Blue Devils joint installation of Glades! peasanti ; New RegistrationBill some" remarks on the cor.rnl Passed: By l House

with a venaam; <- to the*tune of =i) auxiliari-i m; Bee! Glade on of root rot in beans. I
t.-> rt in a rt-t'in g: :\nio played in April 29 For CountyTALL.VIIASSEE it F.t r..aetork. :M.'csr.N..rruan TALLAHASSEE Two Palm
D.irfi T'.ie,1.inisht; of this --- rHavMip F't i Bea- : rr..r.tNil:!* acre passedA'

"..'t'k Tof the nine Devil ftarplavers. TO I.1VK: ]]last: : Sea John W rreStuart; area and f. nStviy ; tnO' !ho'i"e ( f reprecer.tat.ves Tu tr .
Catcher Frank Gilhs and Bac'ian introduced a bill Tugs- First Baseman Killy Paula wer Mrs Marcaret"' R. BI:1IT.not *r day t.> establish a permanent red.-- area! wil! be present to I1B 216. which would .me.-.. -h*
on the ailing: list and could not of Rev.V-!tam T Blair will R"- tratuwi ytem for Palm Beach answer Question regarding ,?." I city of South Bay charter t, : -trim
plav. The one J'h3"t" of the gamein rive in Canal l Point: on'Fndav to county. Tivrk that is' being: which the Pahokee nine proved take un resi-ienoe here ;Since; :Mr. The bill provides that card besent the East Coast at r1Ota I waterworkA system.HB .
very consistent! was the making rf !lr.dtr": Blair: came to Canal out to each registered voter Twtfntu though its" di-nis !r-1 I S2. which would exempt the
errors. Point last June. Mrs.: Blair hi* in 1951: and each four years then I in detail win >-> left to th- West Palm Bath local No. ;V

In the first game with! the Bull- been living with her daughter, the after. Unless filled out and field meeting that :are developEd I American Federation of Mu.4eiana
dots played a couple of weeks! <'*cthe ; Rev. Margaret Blair' Johr..tore in turned the voter's name Is to re-I in th&e areas at the rrtp-r frnm adval&rem taxes on Its pnp-
Blue Devils won 3 to 2. upper New Y- .rk State; r-c-rrffi from the: r(" !. t i::.. fort)



Page Two The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Friday. April 25. 194T


confiscation :and diminishing re-I school in Eastman. Ga.. is now a.3-
THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing WeeksMcCarty
turns-: having practically>ubleC11] sociatedith the Independent Insurance -

within the five and in .
past years : Company.The
toe Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Mr. and Mrs J G. Weeks Q!
some counties taxes on certain individual ;
wedding is scheduled to tak-
Established 1924 Published Every FridaySubscription Canal Point announce the engage- :
haincreased
properties place at the Canal Point Baptist
Price S2.00 Year Advance
I as much as four or five hundred ;i ment and approaching marriage of Church on Sunday. May 4Mr ,

cent their daughter Miss Venera Eliz-
The Everglades: News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn per I! --.. --
That the tax on property is ap- abeth Weeks- to Walter H1;-
Canal Point, Florida as Second Class Matter proximatelv ;30:; percent of the total Carty. son of Mr and Mrs W. T.lcCarty. . and Mrs Charles Everett

Paul Kardin Owner, Editor, Publisher amount collected oy the State and :\ also of Canal Point formerly of Lakeland. hive moved
all its local subdivisions of i gov- |! Miss Weeks is a graduate ol into the Swain residence on Belle,

A Glowing Success einraent. which greatly exceeds ,; Pahokee High School. Class of Glade Road which they recently
ability to pay and the benefits j j I 1t 6. Mr McCartv attended high purchased.
Senator Capehart has introduced a bill requiring the Fed- derived from governirenl '!

eral Deposit Insurance Corp. to start repaying to the government That our present method of tax i 1

the $289,000,000 with which it began business in ing property the basis of :ar- ,

lt! : 4. The bill will pass because the corporation itself has bitary capital assessment and a I

asked for the legislation, having more money than it knows virtuallY unlimited millage leb !

what to do with-o\er a billion dollars altogether.The over-lapping units of county government c

senator's bill also provide for remission of the assessment schools cities disti.cts and var-is Corn Earworm and :
ious special taxing
on the insured banks so long as the FDIC's available completely outmoded.

surplus amounts to 81,000,000,000. If the sum be ade-
They call upon the 1947 Legis-
quate for any needs which may be expected to arise, thereis lature to effect by legislation the

of course, no reason why the banks should be requiredto elimination of our present outmoded :

make surplus contributions.In system through the provisionfor Budworm Control
the nine years previous to Jan. 1, 1930, a period of fair a general transaction tax and

to high prosperity, there were 5,714 bank failures. From the broadening of the tax base.

1930: through 1933: there were 9,106 failures. In the 13 the tax on property to be basedon ;

years of the FDIC, there have been only 336 failures. the definite and limited per- ; i

Without doubt the future will provide severer tests than cnelage of the gross revenue de-
rived from its use, in lieu of the
the system has faced in the-past. But'government guarantyof reaction-
bank deposits has had a success which has silenced its present inequitable and Can now become a reality. We now havean
and
assessment millage
erstwhile critics and has brought a sense of security to depositors ary levy capital oil base Insecticide which has proven :

which could be gained in no other way. :Miami thata
In advancing the sugestion
effective in the Sweet Corn growing area I
Daily News. general transaction tax!: be imposed :
to replace ad valorem, edi- of Central Florida for controlling the Corn :

ideas as to what should be done tor Frisbie frankly admits that Earworm and Budworm. Also we have a
"I about it many who are politically minded
TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY i i As a result, a representativegroup : will assail the proposition as a few advance samples} : of a newly perfectedand

;:: of farmers grower, mer- "vicious sales tax" and that the patented Hand Gun for the application -

I chants, cattlemen and business I time honored political baUy-hoo
thi matt'rial."t.
of recommend that
i i that such a tax will penalize the !

(By Russell Kay) ,j leaders 17 and formed met in the Bartow Florida on Betterment March- I poor j working man, will be screamed '1 you come in and see how simple and easyit I

.
from ownert Fnsbie pointsout I
I
i Association Parsed at this i is to treat with this
Last week in Polk County a resolution that the investor in acreage is i your crop gun.
j first meeting was a
: not going to allow hiS land to remain : j
group of grim and determined, taxpayers calling upon the people. not only ofBiito.i
forever idle and when I
put their heads togetherand 1 and Polk Count bit of hoC'I I
sells the property or puts it to u=e.
decided to do something about : the State as a whole to form similar :!'I I ; jI
the transaction;; tax would sock !
taxes i[ groups and really give I
him just a" it does the fl'ilfJ\\"who
thoughtful'considt.ration to their
Largely responsible for the gathering I
i
sells SO: lit i I
a
;
was the editorial pen of a I! business of government r
In the 'noontime taxpayers
another
as in :
themselves
country ffiitor.-Loyal Frisbie of F.pressing i
the Polk County Democrat, who II full accord with a tax suggestion group the Florida Taxpayers -! i
.\!" ;o iition. will hold its '
pointed out in the columns of his advanced bv the Florida Press Association ' an- KILGORE SEED CO. i
meal !1l'f'tingin Orlando this week I
piper that while everyone went in its recommendations I
.':1.1 will
I present its
a* a
program
around griping and talking about presented at the Governors preys :
taxes nobody did anything about 1 conference in Orland list Xovt'mi i solution to the tax problem Up: :
to the 'nt. this BRED-RITE SEEDS
pie organization
it, I ber they expressed favor for the I
Calling attention to the fact that i complete modenzation of t h emethods nas been very much opposed: to the I
I slae.- or transaction tax and it Pahokee Fla. Phone ;'J201 i
legislative session was about to of taxing property name- ,
would be interesting to what -
convene he urged that the people ly: see I
they will! recommend the II
as answer -
of his community and county take 'In place of the present ad I
I to our present: outmoded
system -
the lead in voicing the feelings of valorem levy on real estate base-I I I
the people themselves on the question theoretically on an assessment of -- I
I As taxpayers belated'v! concern -
of mounting tars and acquaint 100 percent of its market value. ,
themselves with the matter of
the legislature with their (which goal is not and cannot be I -
as-I mounting taxes the governmenthas I 1 I
achieved even cy conscientious I
i laid well its foundations for
sessors) We recommend that all additional revenue The Governor t
CHILLS ft FEVER }o'lori.1real estate be taxed exclusively -,
has bluntely advised that we
DUE TO MALARIA on the gross i.icome ; need: millions more for will BASS FISHING
which it produce this principal } health, welfare and other essentialgovernmental
was advocated by the National
activities and budget :
Real Estate Tax Conference in
RELIEVED666 demands of practically every
Washington 1910.1" D, C. April 23-26. state department have been sharply I Is Again On The Program I:

increased As it stands now nobody -
They point out that the owner
objects to a tax on the Other
FOR ship use and development of prop- fellow but they howl about any Come in and See Our Stock of Fishing i
,
erty is th ebasis of all sound
tax that hits
themselves A salesor
BILUfUSNESSalotabs t>economic progress and any situ- transaction tax: is designed to Equipment, Including

JAJtt ation that retards full and properu hit everybody including the Other

and development Is detrimental fellow and it may happen to us at Rods
Reels Baits
to the State and its future. this session Casting ,

That taxes on property in the

DUE TO CONSTIPATION USE AS DIRECTED State of Florida have reached the Hooks, Lines and ;

Howes AnnouncesHis

Sunday Subject WeightsFor t
I

I Next Sunday at the First Methodist Both Rod and Fly Fishing and

Church of Pahokee the pastor !
Rev C T Howes11' use as Other Fishing Paraphernalia
I
I his +rmon subject: "The Tragedy

1 L I of Uselessne-w"- At the evening: !I

hour of15 P. M PRH.. W j I SEE HOME: APPLIANCE WARES I

A Servant of the Glades ; I intendont Blackburn I of D the D Miami District district Super of:

: the Methodist Church will brim !' While in the store, just: look around

I II the message: aid following: theI' and see what fine merchandise: '
I :Miami! worship serur he will! rondurt '

I 4 Buses I the b''J
Wet 1 Palm HtachOcilly Iv ci>rf'ivp< e This conference wal:
helve-, especially in our louse I WareDepartment
hear
reports of fe rears: work i"
lo Tt MVITH I & lakeland
the the Balcony. China.
church and elect the Off;r!alsf m .
<-. the .hjr.'h for another: v."i"Tu. I
Gla} Al'imir.irv.! and: Enam. -
., ., : -waiv.: }
,
.
r ;M;: 1. iMiallv :-\";- .I I !'

I Glades Motor Lines. Inc. att ''i tr: .. se..s101 of the con.ferenre Wart-.


I .. -------- -
SERVINV THE GLADE
I Mr and :Mr! Al F rend: :.>ft ,-.r

Thor"'day of this week for their
I ; BET; \ .: II.S
hom 11'u"hita.. Kir.: aft r
spending the won sn PahokeeReforp

leaving they were the dlr.r.f'r THE HARDWARE STORE I

I jr**..ts of Mr ani Mrs. !>>n MAIN STREET BELLE: GLADE, FLA.

Hillier or T'...vlAV evening: and rt!
I '! !, Maid: : Ms O" B M.-<:"Iurf'1

tiVedn1sy evening



April 25 1947 The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida Page Three

I'I
MARRIED MONDAY County Produces 13State's to send local representatives to the Pahokee Council
Gladys Fiveash of Jacksonvilleand I Sales Promotion summer camps at DeLand. Lake I

Jack Bartram, Canal Point Vegetables Osborne and Ridge Crest were discussed Restricts Areas

barber, were married Monday Plan Being Sought Mrs XX'iley Tillis. chairman I -

night at the Methodist parsonageby County Agent M u. Mounts said presided at the business i L The City Council Tuesday night

the pastor Rev. W. T. Blai-. Friday a survey showed that Palm fwentv-two members and one. passed on final reading and adopted -

Mrs. Bartram has returned to ORLANDO Directors of the\\I Beach county produced almost a guest were present It was an- : ordinance 1S6 which prohibits

Jacksonville but plans to come to Florida Vegetable Committee, representing third of vegetables grown In nounced that Mrs H. L. Jaudon colored persons from residing in
Canal Point to take up residence \ Florida. will be hostess at the May meet- certain restricted residentialareas

when a house is available.Mrs. growers of a majorityof Statistics prepared by the bureau ing of the circle. within the city limit
the fresh vegetables shipped -. .
i of agricultural economics These restricted areas include the
from Florida today asked the
Estelle Keen was able to Florida legislature to set up machinery listed Palm Beach county's bean John Lloyd HundleyHas west half of Tract 28. all of
Okeechobeeon acreage as 77,010 for 1945-46. and; Tracts 15 and 16. all of Tracts 20
return to her home in enabling commodity grow- '
week from the total for the whole state at' Birthday Party to 27 inclusive, all of Tracts 40 tT
this
Wednesday of ers to set up and finance their :
262.715 acres, Mount said. I!, :. 49 inclusive in Section 18, Town-
Memorial Hospital
the Everglades own merchandising, advertisingand
underwent an I He added that the figures did : Mrs Lloyd Hundley entertained ship 42, Range 37
where she recently sales promotion programs.The .
operation. action was announced b"" I not include acreage in squash endive at her home on Bacom Point Road Requests for increasem sal-
and radishes vanti'3 Monday afternoon from four to
.
six
LaMonte Graw, manager of the aries were submitted to the Coun-
Florida Vegetable Committee, who shipped in carload lots. with a party for her son. John cil for consideration bv several

said the resolution adopted by the He pointed out that three counties Lloyd. who was celebrating his city emploves Don Hillier and
in the southeastern part of third birthday anniversary The
directors will be forwarded at once Frank M Shaughnessy were appointed -
Classified Ads Florida Palm Beach Broward and carnival theme was used; by the on a committee to stud
to the president of the state senate
to the speaker of the house I Dade. had nearly half the states hostess with favors of balloon the salary situation and recommended -
vegetable acreage in the last crop ; hats and whistles presented to each specific increases in salaries -
of and to Governor
:Mrs. VanJ. representatives,
PUBLIC Stenographer )'ear.th Broward having 26 S90 guest. She was assisted' by her if such increases are found
Caldwell
York at Everglades Discount acres and Dade 19490. mother Mrs Al Fnend Jack to be .
new Wroten Buildingon The!: legislation i Bought by the justifiableThe
Company in
Stanley was awarded a as
--- prize voted an appropriation -
Bacom Point Road in Paho- vegetable producers Graw saidcalls group
winner of a contest : of $400 to be used to advertisethe
establishment of nine
kee. If for a :Mrs. DuBose SpeaksTo
Refreshments of ice (cream cakeand I forthcoming
Citof Pahokee in a -
man state vegetable commission, i .
indust- :Mission Group punch were served Guests booklet being prepared fo-
FOR SALE: New Chrysler which would supervise merchandi -
rial power unit starter and gen- <>mg adverti'ingalE's promotion I, nere Bonnilu Lair. Robert Boe publication by the Palm Beach

erator and automatic shut-off and research activities of the Mrs \\'. M DuBose; presented a Cindy Friend Ray Friend iennethMcintooh County Resources Development

Phone 531 or 4002 Canal Point. tf growers of various vegetable commodities mission study program on "Other Jack Stanley Annette BoardCHIROPRACTOR. ,
McIntosh Jean David Sim-
Fnend.
'
petition of t'1e' Peoples of Europe" at a meetingof
upon
EVERGLADES HOUSE OF the Grace Jernigan Circle First I on son. Phoebe Ann Ramey. XX'a'lvMole !

BEAUTY growers.Administration of the merchandising Baptist XX"MU, at the home of :Mrs I and \ ':::: HundleyROXKD .
All Phases of Beauty Culture
activity would he in tV Claude L. ShIrley Tuesday night

Phone 4292 control of the commodity grower Those taking part were Mrs II. L.. HI\1-7 CLONES WEST P."I.!'.! BEACH
Lake Shore Drive Canal Point MOVED. and FRI.
: Speer Mrs Vmson Henderson. -
Our frf'sh"E'geta ble producer: BELLE GLADE
SEPTIC tanks and grease traps must adopt some !such' scheme to I :Mr4Dave: \\'. Young and Mrs F. May S will be the closing date TUES.. THLRS and SAT
from G, Gillis. of Belle Glade draft board ar-
cleaned and repaired.Phone meet low-price competition DR. L. S. JONES
made to send Clerk H. Glenn
foreign I Plans were a gift cording to Virginia
from ,
3872, Bob Douthit. Pahokee. M17c other sections and Bldg.
Su'fe 301-02 Comeau
box for the relief of th-* All files will be sent to federal
and overseas FILI
countries. Graw said. sE'nti-1 Phone 3C50 West Palm Beach
John of Japan. Tentative plans records depot. St. Augustine
HOUSE PAINTING: see ment among them as voiced bv the I people I I

Chandler, a veteran, Pahokee, directors of the Florida Vegetibl

Fla. Ma>2pd Committee, which ,speaks, for the ,. I

favor of sensible merchandising -
is in
HAEOUIl CAB INSURED
for each commodity. properlysupervised
.
IVSUKANCE
BY GENEKVL SUITORS ,
CXR1>OK.\TIOV. ANY by a state commission
but at no cost to the state or to
TIlE
CIIEA iioLET DEALER IN I
anyone but he growers themselv -
UNITED STVTES CAN \NDLE
OUR C L A I M PROMPTLYCOMPETITIVE 'es."
Bills to establish the vegetabl"
COVTACT
PRICES. -
commission will be introduced in How
RAYMOND: CIUUSTI
AGENT. PHONE 2371. both houses of the Florida legislature to use
at an early date. Graw said.

EQUIPPED to make photo copiesof "The movement comes from the

discharge certificates sepa- growers themselves large and

ration orders marriage certificates small alike", the manager continued

plats, deeds, letters etc. "Since it it industry-

See Claude Jones, Phone 557 or sponsored and calls for no state your Telephone duringthe

4342, Pahokee Fla. A18ch. expenditure, it would appear that

such an aid to the vegetable industry
ANTED: One 4 wheel Fie'd
at a time when it is agreed
Wagon. Joe Tom Boynton Pa
sound merchandising principlesmust
hokee, Fla. A25pa
be set up as a life-saver

FOR SALE: Four room semi-mod would meet with the hearty cooperation StrikeWe

em home, price reduced to of all legislative interests -

$1750. Dan Carpenter, Phone 2571 and of all commercial interests -

except those of the most
FOR SALE: 1936 Buick sedan selfish nature"Annie

$325; Coca Cola drink box $3C;
. .
used Motorola auto radio $35: new

portable radio $18 down and $'l

v.eekly Henderson Texaco Service Jones Circle

Station. Pahokee StAlSch I
Newly OrganizedA

1 FOR SALE: New Champion out I regret that there is a telephone strike.
board motor $47 down and $6 special \VMS meeting was

weekly. New Ford and Chevrolet : held at the Baptist Church Tuesday The management of this company tried

batteries; model A mufflers and night to form a new circle

generator. Henderson Texaco I This circle will be called the Annie hard to avoid it, and we hope it will soon be

Station. Pahokee tS A1S'n Jones Circle in honor of Mrs

I C B Jones who with her husband settled.
PROFITABLE WORK FOR YOUNG
MEN IN JAPAN was mstmrrental in organizing the

Ml Expenses Paid and $90 per Month I' church
\ou\e hoard of the lighting lt Cavalry J. 1:. York of P.hc.kE't'1S
Manila Mrs Dial for assistance if
nil'ttonftr.t to reach operator only you expe-
ttr-t In ToKio Its men Rear D!*- i the guest speaker. her talk being

tlnRUKhett .Unit Kwajaleln citations and for levte action on on "The Jews and Jerusalem:' :Mrs: rience difficulty in completing an emergency
Lc< Nepnw .
TIHHth,,\"'re In Japan and if TO I Otvc-sre presented Mrs:: !" York an!
are otherxil-e qualified ion can be one :Mr: !:. Jn-,pa with eorsaea.Mrs. . call.

of!port'h.'m'.. entertainment and trivet c'ppo :: Don P n!'on was appointed

't unit lex a'e htKhlv de\r.',*r",xl In t't''! I, ai'visor for the new" circle to meet

theatre-rtlM-lon-vnmmlni area pools luxurious tennis hotel duty! with them: and Kelp orsrnnize Please make long distance calls only in

C.'t r.'Uf.*-. and ball parkp!v i Ide After meet'ne T'n T* and cookie

more choiceOf rwjMtme rtilltan than at home l"o enlove -1 wer served to the foil,wing: emergencies. We are doing our best to
t> the a\erae
v .
J. IIHonleauN
Xtkini
1'IaIY'f'I'' J. <
abmeitvne
20 cent
Hugh i 'rve > pas per
-'lc r a"e pay exce'lent medical C R Jo",s,. "nn Pin on.1. handle all emergency long distance calls.

.and. dental care, Rood fond and Uxfclng'I makethta I: :\ F George XV .A. Biker D C.
a eener "ff'tl""ml"nt plan
opportunity too Rood to mtv.i I :MrRa G L in!*!'. C* II JoneM ..

i-k men who can meet prescribed ..I."r.. C \XVthernston.
-,..n ::
J OXVek. J. SO'ista t
are crude: to eilsnate thel" Ca- i <'ha. 13.n. ; I
a'n PtxIMon .iMechanlred at time ofenlttment ,I n. W L p.t:1.: O II during this trying time.
tnlnit cU'n tit -
In"l tn
"' V C llnrnM
11
L L r *
'pastan
'I' departure fr.'m { s net t:: d i
..," a' t' s Arms 'nlltl:1/t Station :\ P 1-ficf \ R Cva J It
We-t Palm Brach I"la : V"rhI s" T>or,'t-v: Cva* am :i!'" 1R
'
1A1.T: 100 ft steel Tape twtwee'tfinal \ T'-" P"-o-> a-:
l IV'srt sr,l U Ul i.rncsi"rtiewari --- ----- -
l for ritu -i. M F G... r,>' I

"I. 1'l cotta: 1'-..
> l 1-
)lr:lilultrree'CIC :

I'OK ". XI1: W pv-s r'. r:u;"''--1- I'ppcd For '_' Year*

lr.c aid: Ctrnos wart.'t:e> \ SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE

M Pd CriP\ .nnt. r1 \-\ lt"
TIL.HEF,1):: \ R .

'OK -XIK:: Vacant Hinl.!:' c: 1; w FL.: r \-. ;... .' \ -::: :-:: : AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY INCORPORATEDFriday
... ,
'! bv 40 ft : On two lotw:t.1 .I "1n s .-u': t. t.1"1: 9'eaf'er

"try'rat fixated in Canal P'i,n' 14 7 ..,:.} 1 1- 1 z,11; a Y"-.r

Th- building would make tw. r." I !:" ,'r the .:.! PI.: 'r 1

Apts Septic tar.k and Crease' trap I \-,'rsern'anev dI5tn. passed !'-"
I
already toCiiI soil at 1\ t-an\11: I o."." Frdav the dstr.rt r.r'':.'. ;

J < .\tkiPelua" Lake Fla I I e- .! r-: r.'I: : :- ;-.

11p.i \ .s.'t:. ;i



Four The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday April 25, 194T

Coronation ServiceAt I Barbara Jacobs and Emma Jean :Moberg who was pianist for the: Hurt and Joyce Lindsay, and were' Robert B. Mackey and Victor L.
Hitchcock. evening } dressed in blue. All had corsages
Geiger are the two Pahokee councilmen -
Baptist ChurchThe I To carry out the Girl's Auxiliary Mrs. Ralph Grimes. G A. Counselor -i of various colored spring flower
asked the requirements of'' To close the service, the girls whose terms of office ex-
colors, the auditorium was beauti-
first Girl's Auxiliary Coronation I I the girls; they replied from theit sang their G. A. hymn. "We've a pire on May 6. Neither is seeking
service in the history of fully decorated with numerous "forward steps" memory work. tory to Tell to the:Nations." Re re-election. The election board
the First Baptist Church of Pa-!'i candelabra palms ferns Easter and then she presented them to C. A. Moberg. pastor gave the will be composed of C. T. Howes,
,! lilies, and calla lillies. High on the Mrs. J. J. Cater, of West Palm benediction
clerk Edna
hokee, was held Sunday evening \ Pickett. Rhoda Shire
April 20, at an impressive candlelight I wall above the throne chair on the Beach, Associational Young Pen- -- and J. B. Elliott inspector:; C. A.
service, with a large con-i platform was a large lighted star, pie's Leader who made the var-;, CKRVKOLKT MKKTING Moberg and Vena Mae Schroder
gregation of parents and friends I and placed nearby was a white ious awards. Mrs. Cater also gavea On April 22 Raymond Christian alternates
present. I and green banner bearing the splendid' talk on the ideals and attended a Chevrolet luncheon-,
At this service, three queen, name "Girl's Auxiliary. purposes of the Girl's Auxiliary : meeting at the Hotel George
were crowned; four princes," Barbara Wilkinson served as th" The queens Ethel Miller. Ba--1! Washington in West Palm Bead
two ladies-in-waiting, and twelve i Herald playing the trumpet, and bara Moberg. and Ruthlyn Kemp j Hea* accompanied by Huo
recognized. Three'i announced each group of girls a=!' wore white satin evening gown : Spooner Manager of Christian
maidens were
girls who had not completed the they marched to the platform, to with gardenia corsages. Each'; '! Chevrolet in Clew iston.
"maiden steps" served as candle the music of "Onward Christian queen was preceded to the plat-|i P. Sever. Regional Manager of
bearers. They were Alice Jacobs, :: Soldier", played by Miss Peggy form by a Sunbeam flower girl i Chevrolet Motor Division intro-
| wearing a pastel evening gown :( ducd Gordon Thompson. recentlyappointed
with a matching gardenia corsage Zone Manager of the 'I'
---------, and was followed by a Sunbeam Jacksonville Zone. Other important -
I
boy bearing a golden crown on a members of Chevrolet Motor
white satin pillow. The crown bearers Division were also present at the
a.R.BLEECH'ASKS wore light colored suits. Eaca meetnig.. The purpose of the
queen sat in the throne chair meeting was to bring Chevrolet
while being crowned byIrs.. Dealers up-to-date on General
I Cater. Flower girls were JeaneneMeek. Motor's thinking and planning for .
Carol Ann Mullis, and Jay the future. '
I CONSIDERATION OF HIS Schoeppel. Thurmond K e m p, -- I
I Neeley Johnson and Douglas Gilliswere CAMPING TRIP S-'
crown bearers. I i Members of Pahokee Boy Scout AND HIS FAMOUSALLGIRL
U A SEAT
FOR
: CANDIDACY
i
The princesses were Carol Car:i Troop 23 took advantage of th
penter, Wynell Gillis. Shirley Ann I I day and a half holiday last weekend
I t ON THE Watson. Stella Sue Barnes, and i i went on a camping trip tc ORCHESTRA
I .,
all wore pink evening dresses. The' Fisheating Creek. Arrangementsfor ,
ladies-inwaiting were Mabel Miller 1 I the trip were made by V. C. CBS .Scud
and Donna Jo Spooner; they wore Denton and J. V. Thomas. The
i Council gowns of yellow. The maidenswere scouts left shortly afternoon 4:30: P.M.
City
I Nancy Hillier, Ina Faye Thursday and returned Saturday: I
I Wade, Nancy Ann McCoy Edna evening and while at the camp :
nasril, \ ro, tMT reirin
TTnwin. Rose Marie Henderson. they had a chance to demonstratetheir .
: Group 4 Gay: Swain Peggy Holt Sandra skill at cooking their own .....
...
.
i ... ...
I Long, Bonnie Meeks Joyce Lynn i iI l meals. I &- --
1 I I

1i i FORTHCOMING:
IN THE \AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA\ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \
!I s

I

City Election I


j 6 i o No Down Payment I

Tuesday, May i a


: I j USE tI



; Your Vote and Support Will Be 0o GMAC Budget PlanFOR


i Greatly Appreciated D p

I po



II I --I II' D Super CHEVROLET Service

I I
I' Trees Vines Shrubs Citrus
I '
of all sizes and varieties for

I! your Selection.LANDSCAPING. 1 v
I I Motor Paint Jobs

; I fI Chassis Metal Work :
i as you like it. We are organized and equipped to doa

I : thorough job from plans to completion of planting. .iiiJ Brakes Seat Covers


I J As always, you are I I fI Tires Glass Installed

I welcome at our I '
I Floor Mats Front end Aligning

NURSERIES: 1100 Southern Boulevard (Route No. 25 at
I City Limits). West Palm Beach Florida Radio Undercoating-

I ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO.

i ,
__ -: I
- - E
General Motors Insurance


PIANOS JEWELRY MUSICJ. D

R

W. RASHLEY Genuine Chevrolet Parts

JEWELER Belle Glade. Fla.


GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY 1 1Jo.lUi 1I


I E Harold Johnson, Service Manager


1U.. "ill..u.-.u.: . ti.:.. ., ti

Fine clothes For aD Chris1ianCIi4vro1ft1 I
HERBERT'S : D
:\ and Women

TAILORED TO MEASURE I IIen Da PAIIOKEK. FLORIDA 3Page
:
Have Your Ladies Clothes Tailored

I>y A JIan5 Tailor PHONE 2371i'AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAf:
1

f AL BELCHER 'D
< D
BOX 876 PAHOFEE .;I

U' ." .



April 25. 1947 The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Pag Five


Rainbow Girls acted as installing officer. Sh? Local Legion Has I BAPTIST CHURCH judgment is revealed in Rev. the
I was assisted by Shirley Connell, ic- Sunday morning at the even 20th chapter. The chart will b'
Order InstitutedMrs. stalling marshal; Joan Kent, in- New Meeting Place o'clock preaching service. Rev. C.Ioberg used.
I
stalling chaplain and :Mrs. Dorothy -:, A. ::\ pastor of the First ----- --- ---

: Della Green of Tampa, supreme Graham, organist. :Members of Canal Point American Baptist Church of Pahokee will E. B. Johnson is recuperating
'
deputy of the State of Flor- Thirty girls were initiated as' Legion Post 242 at a meetings preach the third of the series of from injuries, including several
ida for the Order of Rainbow foe charter members of the Pahokee I sermons on. "The Christ of the
: fractured ribs and painful bruises,
Monday night voted to
"
girls, instituted the Pahokee assembly group and the following officers : change I i Post Resurrection Forty Days.
of Rainbow Girls and con- were il.talledIi.s.s! : Louise Hamilton | their regular meeting place from': The Ladies Quartet will sing. A' suffered when he fell through tho"

stituted the Belle Glade assemblyat ,worthy advisor: :Mrs. Pearl i former woman's club building in- the night service of 7:30 the pastor ceiling of his living room while in
a joint meeting of the two Hamilton, mother advisor: ::\lrJ.I: Canal Point to the Thomas building '! will present the last of the mes- stalling ventilating fan in the
groups held :Monday afternoon in Ruth Carpenter. :Mrs. Jennie :Mc- across. the street from the sages on "The Judgements." This attic of his home last week.
the :Masonic Hall in Pahokee. :Mrs. Iinistry.Irs.: Dorothy Grahari. West Palm Beach canal brid?>. .

Green was assisted by :Mrs. Pead :Mrs. Hamilton and J. V. Thomas : The group decided to postpone. the ."..".....+u
Hamilton, acting as grand marsnel | advisory board members: Lois, purchase of a building for use asia ( .. "Y
: Mrs. Jessie Barnes, grand Echols, worthy assistant advisor: Legion home until the current :
From where I sit..Joe Marsh
chaplain; :Mrs. Dorothy Graham I Betty Jane Jensen, charity: Yvonne fund raising campaign is concluded -
grand organist, and :Mrs. Etta :Mae Fraser! hope: Barbara: Jenkir-! on May 31. I
Friend grand recorder. The Bells i son, faith; Vera Keen, record, Reports were given by the car
Glade Rainbow Girls were presented I Johanna :McKinstry, treasurer: i committee. Commander Roy "As Homelike
with a charter. I :Margaret Powell, organist: Barbara Pope announced plans for joiningthe /
Following a recess, the two Wilkinson, choir director; Ina posts and auxiliaries of Pah<' :
I -I it As Barn"Cy
Rainbow Girls assemblies held an- Russom, love; Loretta Wilson, religion kee. Belle Glade and South Bay in' I a
other joint meeting in the Masonic ; Joan Wilson, nature: Carol a joint installation of newly elected !'
Hall Monday evening at Snyder, immortality; Mary Helen officers to be held in Belle ,
which time the Belle Glade group Hooks, fidelity; Patsy Geiger patriotism : Glade on April 29. Hartman finally pot hU new hanging from the rafters; make-
was in charge of the initiation and ; Nina Russom, service; barn painted, but plenty of folks) shift table spread ht'awith
installing of officers for the new- Joan Rosenberg, confidental observer '- had a hand in it. Whenever omefood; and Ed Care>"*s fiddle playing .
ly organized Pahokee Rainbow and Joan Chastain outer CARS IX CRACKUPThe one got a free day or a little extra while the folk enjoyed their
Girls. :Miss Sue Cherry, worthy observer. time. the>"*d come over and help beer-C 's barn wa. sure a mightyh.opitableIookin
advisor of the Belle Glade group.Prince passenger cars of Fred T.I I out with paint and brush ? place!
-- -
Hickerson and J. \\'. CruthirdV:
And Cy, to show his appreciaFrom where I sit,it's just about
collied on Canal Point Road nearBoe :
Saturday Closing 's Sunday night with the harsh tine, held n b7? """!'! .VT!*!'**;*f r.s t'i're"rnte to have a barn:

Killed For BanksTALLAHASSEE terrifying sound of crumplingmetal. Saturday-for all the folksvhoM va.rniir.tr as a housewarming . .
:Mrs. Hickerson was the I helped him (but not barring: tho"i i if only because it's another chance

TheatrePahokee The senate only occupant of the two cars who' who couldn't). Ma Hartm-.n: .-up- to s.i neighbors together in a
banking committee killed a bill was hurt and fortunately her injuries : plied 5ar.dw.jhes! and Cy relIed s.iu.t, .- ..\NJ fellowship.HARVESTER : .
proposing that banks be permitted were not severe. She was'' out a nE""ow korf Jeer.

Florida to close on Saturdays.Mrs. taken to the Everglades Memorial i You'd never this! ,; of a J>i-n p* Qv. tJ/Gt" i
.. :(
. Hospital for treatment of cuts and ;: "hrrrlikr."L'-itri! i :"itlm ran' ,..'. .. V. .
: Norman Kennedy and sons shock. Hickerson's Buick sedan :
Week Of April 27
were business visitors in :Miami on was badly damaged and CruthirdV : --.- --. -
",. 4' I ,- 1'a Curve Iu..r,. r"1lr1.1a'n..
Wednesday of this week. car to a lesser extent. i 'r '



Sun.-Mon.


DOROTHY ROBERT

tAcGUIRE'YOUNG!''n. "j.; ftJ 0\:\
.
V. '"
Iff 1i'7' jj
h. I
.
.. 1
.,Cj"'
*' 1
-:; 1//. <"",,/5.1;!} 'J; 1 1
-a. iit*'t.*.*' 'i
4I'I'I



Tues.Wed..
41

: Brought! Back to Thrill You._

GARY AND JEAN'S

GRANDEST LOVE STORY!

is too h hif

f price
Any

reduced.INTtRNATIONAL .

it n be





w






Thurs.Fri.. I HI' We second the motion




SISTERS HARVCSTCft We'll! do our part .




BOSTON 1 International Harvester has reduced prices to save uscr-j tits ." '.nd now a word of gratitude to our friends who Lave$

products $20,000,000 a year. The reductions apt :"y i j r. patiently; waited for the r*w machines they need. A* most of

selected list of various products made by the Compary. ,,sr customers are aware International Harvester has onec'er.thing

DOUBLE FEATURE thing that seemed impossibleto
. In making its announcement to the general public !la=t w.1 1: possible-and some
and increase production.
maintain
Saturday International Harvester said:
The outlook is somewhat better. Soon we hope to supply
"We believe there is nothing more important :o .'.=a e-i.-::.'J;
KIRBY CRANT-2' equipment: : to all of those who have cooperated so faithfully
than to lower the prices of goods people buy.
with us.

"The American people have insisted that the norrri"-it"t Meanwhile, the same top-quality International Service and

withdraw from its attempts to control prices in pcacct.mz. Piirts that have kept equipment operating for our customers

'IUIII MICHI ''ut Wa: r .yIlevul That places the responsibility where it belongs- the J.--.cT.- during the difficult years are available from us. We urge our
cola rota Duna. I of business and
industry. friends: to continue to use these facilities to obtain maximum
A UN1thSAI..Il TUHt FOR
"Because tee believe price reduction is vital, we are wIZ: :>13 operating economy.International .

-ALSOtjllbI- to assume the risks involved." Harvester is doing its part with quality, increased -

----- As International Dealers we will do our part. We will pas production and reduced prices.We .

r /CnS I I International Harvester's price reductions to our cu.stor.ers.I will do our part in this territory

.


10MCON'AY- Glades Equipment CompanyPhone


WI&caoa'. 111II I U w_leai.. ... +tJa. a
.. --
----a... ....,.
( 2481 Pahokee, FloridaFrida



Six The Everglades News. Canal Point Florida Friday April 25, 1947


1:]I I Tommy Chastain I Banquet Is Held CHURCH OF CHRIST in victory (I Corinthians 15:54).

Cinematic Chatter SCIENTISTPROBATION: The Les on-Sermon also includesthe
Wins Spelling Bee For Girls' AuxiliaryOn ,
By Malcolm Millar following passage from the
I
Christian Science textbook "Sci-
AFTER DEATH"is .
Tommy Chastain. 10 year o'd! Monday night April 21. a the subject of the Lesson-Ser- i ence and Health with Key to the
The and talented
lovely Dorothy fifth grader, won first place in the Girl's Auxiliary Coronation Ban- mon which will be read in Churches Scriptures' 'b)' Mary Baker Eddy:

McGuire, with her equally talented spelling bee at the Pahokee Ele- quet was held at Fellowship Hall of Christ, Scientist throughout the I, "We must hold forever the consci.
Robert to-i
leading man Young mentary School on Wednesday of the Pahokee Baptist Church. world on Sunday, April 27. Ot ness of existence, and sooner or
gether with" a large supporting afternoon of last week. Runn r- sponsored by the Women's Missionary later, through Christ and Christian
cast of players, moves into the ; The Golden Text is: "If in this!
Science, must master and
up was Eleanor Walker, sixth Union, with Mrs Ralph we sin
Prince Theatre this Sun- life only we have hope in Chris
coming grade pupil, who couldn't quite Grimes G. A. Counselor, in chargeof ;; death. The evidence of man's immortality -
we are of all men most miserable.
with the beautiful
day-Monday ,
juggle the right combination of the arrangements. will become more appar-
of "Claudia and David" But now is Christ risen from the
story I letters for the word "allegiance." Miss Elizabeth Provence State i ent, as material beliefs are giver.up
dead, and become the first fruits
which will be an unforgetable experience Seven other pupils took part in|I Young People'sSecretary., Jack- and the immortal facts of beingare
I
of them
for when attend that slept" (I Corinthians
you you the bee. sonville, gave the address of the admitted' (428:23).
the theatre on these nights.TuesdayWednesday :Mrs. J. R. York pronounced the evening, entitled "They Shall 15:19, 20). j - .

brings Gary words while Mrs. Tommie Lee Du- Shine as the Stars Forever" Among the citations which comprise i
Cooper and Jean Arthur in the top I Bose Mrs. Sara Thomas and Mrs which was the theme of the banquet the Lesson-Sermon is the following -i Mro W H. May attended a tea

ranking featured roles in the Frances Harlow acted as judges. from the Bible "So when : given by her sister, Mrs. R. San
never-to-be-forgotten story "The this corruptible shall have put on ': Mosley, for members of the Medical -
I Tommy is now eligible to take Mrs J. J. Cater Associational
Plainsman." incorruption and this mortal shall i Convention in Miami this week.
the elimination
part in County Young Peoples Leader'es!
Thursday-Friday Kathryn Grayson have put on immortality then shall She was accompanied to Miami by
spelling: contest to be held in West Palm Beach, spoke on "The Joy of i
and June Allyson are the Palm Beach at the high school auditorium the Star. be brought to pass the saying that Mrs. Thadd Whidden and Mrs c.

feminine stars of "Two Sisters on Saturday at 10 a. n Other features of the programwere is written Death is swallowed up I T. Jackson.

From Boston", with Jimmy Du- If successful there, he will moveon violin numbers "Ava rariE'".

rante Lauritz Melchior and PeterLawford I to Miami to participate in the and "The Rosary", played by Mrs

in the principal supporting -i South Florida championship spelling Laurie Holt, and accompanied by I

roles. bee being conducted under the Mrs Sydney K. Smith Jr. Mrs
I FOR TilE 1 1I
This brings us to Saturday and: snonsorshm of the Miami HeralJ Smith also played "Chopin'sMarch" :

the double featured program. 17. Good Luck, Tommy! MUST TIME
on May I A vocal duet "Star of the I SINCE I
First up is "Rustler's Roundup", !>
--.--- Kast" Irs. C. A. Mo-
was by '
which is the Western portion of I sung I n"FUU": Tilt .\KSMALL '
': \\'. P. berg and Mrs T. \.'. Knight, accompanied -
the program, starring Kirby Grant'and :Mr: and Mrs JermganMr ;
Fuzzy Knight. I! and :Mrs: A. R Harrington and by Rev. C. A. Moberg I
; Rev. Moberg was master 0: Ii
Second one up is "The Falcons: : laughter Janette. were guests i : PIANOS
Alibi". This one is said to be one I Sunday' ofIr:: and Mrs Jes.e I (ceremonies and introduced the< i

of the most exciting adventuresthe Smith in Haines City: They were following guests Mrs: H. O Ear- ii i AT UNUSUAL VALUESFor
wood. Belle Glade, President of thW ..
"Falcon" has yet experienced accompanied home by Mary Eleanor -
who the weekend ::'.1. U. Palm-Lake-Associatio-- .
in these SE'ri's. and Billy spent
I Mrs Guy Marlowe wife of tie
I
there.
See yo ua tthe movies-Mai
pastor of the Northwood Baptis ,I more than five years there has been an acute

Church of West Palm Beach Mrs shortage of good small used pianos Many a child
I
H. G Edwards, G. A. Leader of was deprived the heritage of music because of the
<.a,a<*>tYat>9 >t ><1>< i< >4 >< >< > >d>? Belle: Glade First Baptist Church lack of an instrumentBmbaker's .

< > Parents of G A.s were honored
::: CAMERA ENTHUSIASTS r
guests, also the deacons of the happily report a brighter picture, for

4: THE CAMERA CENTER + church and their wives, and of- i they now '!have: available a limited supply of Spin-

ficers of the Woman's Missionary.1 ettes and Studio pianos . each expertly refinished
oc:>
4:> is now equipped with a repair department. All work 1
Union and their husbands. and recondItioned. Prices, furnished on inquiry arp
.. will be promptly done by experts familiar with all oc">
> The G. A. colors of white and surprisingly moderate
makes of
: domestic and foreign cameras. y
4"f a oc green and the "star" theme, pre-
OFFICE EQUIPMENT: : ly > vailed throughout the banquet accented No reason now for your family to forego the pleasure -

4:> HALSEY & GRIFFITH, INC. 4;> by star shaped cakes icel: of piano music.
I
and I
s'rvedith
in green green
> 313-15-17 Datura St. Phone 3883 brick TERMS, IF 1)t"mED
white ice cream.
\\EST PALM BEACH, FLA.
4. <*V The banquet hall was beautifully i i

- q< >< >< >< >< a< >t a< >9< >v >v< >< >< a V< >< > Y Y Y r Y Y t r Y o
ferns, and baskets of white roses

queen ann's lace calla lilies Easter )

lilies, tube roses and white gladioli -

I The tables were decoratedand IJIjubakerJ

i white lighted stars entwined

EVERGLADES HOUSE I with fern and lilies, with green
through the center. Mammoth

green and white tapers burnedon ( o Npanj
OF BEAUTY I the tables.At .

one end of the banquet ha'la

END OF SEASON SPECIAL I! palms throne, flowers chair stood and surrounded candelabra by Phone 3173T T PALM BEACH 206 Datura St.

APRIL 25 THRU :MAY: 31 which made an attractive background The Palm Beaches. Most Complete Music Store
!II I II
for the queens and their

$15.00 Creme Cold Wave $10.00! 'i attendants, who were dressed In

I II IIII f their Coronation gowns.
------ - -- --- -- -- -- -
Including, Oil Shampoo, Creme Rinse ConditioningTreatment The speakers and the counselor -

were presented with gifts, as tokens ,
II I: .
Ij of
I Plus Shaping and Styling To Suit Ii banquet appreciationThe concluded with the I II I
The Individual '
:1 !I
: assembly: singing "We've a Storyto

I! Equal Reductions On All WavesMake !: Tell to the Nations" accompanied y p

''I bv :Miss: : : Peggy Moberg at .P

II :: your appointment early We expect to close for the piano. .
- Y
:i summer vacation and schooling June l!:'t. y I

I, Homecoming Day
,: I

"! PHONE 4:t>: Is Set By ChurchThe i
LAKE sllOKE DKI\

i:, C'VNU: 1'J\: first Sunday in May ha*I
FI.'I"
GET GUARANTEEEDq
I!\ .', I been settsid1: bv member of the

First Baptist Church in Canal:

I P irt for a h"n r< ommp dav I II DAVIS

I Ev'ryho I" invit -.l t.> attend ai 1t :

ik.. alone a \\cfilled\ bask"t
_
-- -
= = =c c
----- == '
--- --- -- I Th ( hur< h: will t.> 27 vv'ars old and
I' TIRESON
: : :


:' floiiiogeiiized ; I cordial c>ol l *.."eirjr i!' on the \\ r I:l

I tho
Olga KmsrM Bear'v! : EASY TERMS

I S. ..,t. L I. Knight ad Shul'yScott.
'i: ;,
\Vitamin Milk
j
Secretary.3r .. OM.1 $ LOU IMW.N
I
t ---- - I
i.2-: ,\ WEEK: :
1 : :'I-ev! Preset of Crne'i TIRES MOUNTED FREE

-0- :-o.AVAILABLE .- i! c'' v \" t" Guest of ::.r s starMr. -. 6.00 x 16 SIZE

.\ r: Barr;!":zt.'r .,nrl Mrrv

AT YOUR \ t' J. ':'::1 t':.' fJ; "'t r.! 'rI DAVIS BUTYL TUBES

I \\. "
GROCERY STORE S
7CUS::: Tt.fr 1-489
- r-S
------- rut Hto:) wP $095

1 II!0you Srfi I ..
can buy.
------- I ------- . R* .

1I frIm *' .

I tf --.t ._f

I IIO\UU\\'I.: \MIi
> 't:i\it It r.tI.

. OJ our Gr'AC?' PLAN I. )I. LAIR !ir .f 'S. 4 *


CIIHI TI.CIIEYHOLET I .VN l'fln'l: 1..31 ;

Phone 20 Belle Glade. Fla. I'.iholw. n..rid."iPage

I 1'i- 2--: !' j,,:. ., _
_ _
--=-== -



April 25, 1947 The Everglades sews, Canal Point. Florida Page Seven_


Blair Announces and the power that made him I Sanitary EngineerFor ty and work with the County BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION
clean. Commissioners on rural area prob-
Church Program i i In the Evening Service at 7:30: Work In County lems where there are no official Joe G. Sowder of Pahokee celebrated -

I the minister wall speak on the text I __ set-ups .offering consultation service his birthday Sunday as did

The Morning Worship Service of in Luke 18 "Men ought always; topray" I Robert W. Eddy has gone on fall where solicited.. his daughter. Mrs. Ray C. William
---- -
the Canal Point Methodist Church'at The sermon will be en- duty in Palm Beach County as ,I
11 A. M. will be built on the : titled" The Possibilities of Prayer. -'I Sanitary Engineer. He will be an Jew In PalestineMrs. and his son. Glenn Sowder who
j I
is of
the
now attending University
j
theme
"Measuring' Strength by'
:I employee of the State Board of : York's
Weakness". The text is taken from' The Fourth Quarterly Confer- Subject"The i i Florida. Those attending were:
II King 5:1 "But he was a leper ence of the Canal Point Methodist I II I Health. under the direction of '! Mr. and Mrs. JG.. Sowder and
and retells the story of Xaamanf Church will be held at 7:30 on David B. Lee. Chief Sanitary Engineer I Jew in Palestine"", was the
Monday night April 2S. Dr. H. and has been assigned to subject of a talk by Mrs. J. R.York daughter. Joyce and sons. Glenn
W. Blackburn will preside. All Palm Beach County. This engineer'wifl ': at a meeting of the Gertrud and Gene. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Mc-

Jl *f K f'" ..5.. ;::::r-:1:: : members of the Church Board atc I work in cooperation with the! Shirley Circle. Pahokee W. S. C. S.. Carty of Canal Point Mr. and
B TY-rir .=-f.V*>:.. : requested to be present as promptly County Physician and will have' at a meeting at the home of Mre. Mrs. J. C. Sowder and daughters.
-- --- D. W. Linda and Sandra of Pahokee, Mr.
as possible. I offices with the City Health Department Cunningham Monday night !
A WORRIED MIND IS AN pur Sunday School is aiming at I in the State Board with Mrs. Frank Rozelle acting 3$1 and Mrs 1... D. Sowder and Glen-
UNFIT MACHINE FOR the hundred mark to break it Health Building at 5th Street and I co-hostess. The speaker was introduced aa Gay Tackett of Miami. Mr. and
CLEAR THINKING r-5"" again on Sunday. During the I i Railroad Avenue inVest Palm by Mrs. E. L. Pope pro: Mrs. Ray Williams and daughter. -
chairman. Mrs. D. D. Caudi'l Nyaka, of Okeechobee.FARMERS.
united session final arrangementswill I Beach. He can be reached on the gram
k{ 4 be announced for the Victory I telephone listed for that Depart- was in charge of the devotionals.
Barbecue to be held on next Thursday -I ment. Mrs. Ed Cushman reported that
1 1 j. May 1. Mr. Hooks the host Mr. Eddy was recently in the preparations are being made to
4 of the evening, will announce tim I Army, stationed at Morrison Field open a nursery at the First Meta-
and place. All members of the and he has also been with the Department odist Church by June 1. A love INVESTIGATE LAKE
Sunday School are invited the barbecue -I of Agriculture.. Ed- offering $13 was collected and IxTOKI'OOA )IITKlt L'
being their reward for the I dy will assume the duties of- Sanitary will be taken to the \VSCS State FROST RESISTANT
record attendance in the past: Engineer in relation to drinking Conference in Daytona Beach this. WATER CONTROL
several months. water control; communicable week by Mrs. H. J. Anderson local -
i LARGE OR )LLLTn.L
I IIEX'S disease control as related to publ-c delegate. Mrs. Leo Wroten
FOR RENT
R il ) BIBLE CLASS health: sanitation in trailer camps was welcomed as a new member.Mrs. .
SI.LLlt: nI..'" WELCOME
( J Despite the spirit of "vacation- and tourist camps: and all other J. G. Thomas. Jr., chairman t
1 1i I itis" which is in the air, the attendance activities pertaining to sanitationand presided at the business.It I Palm & Pine Land Co.

..-,-._ ._ _c- of the Pahokee Men's the protection of the public was announced that Mrs. r S Circle. Sobring
Bible Class continue to maintainits health.In Jack Spencer will be hostess to Florida
. and a neglected car is an fine average. This Sunday's addition to these duties he I circle members at the May meet- Telephone Sebnng No. 1
unfit machine for modern fam- I It>sson.hSolomon", should be one' will meet with the officials of the ing. Refreshments were served bv 19pd It
ilies to ride inVe have a of much interest and thought. The various municipalities in the Coun I I| the hostesses to 28.
cure-all for jumpy sputtering, I teacher Rev. C. A. Moberg, willpresent
. drive in, t"I
balky cars so I --
the overall picture of this
day and avail yourself of this i
great character with one or two
better more modern service,
of the of his
outstanding
phases
whatever the make of you:
life. The Class Quartet will sing.
car. Miles are telling on to- Enjoy Florida'sFamous
day's cars . so bring your A moOt cordial invitation is extended -
car to us regularly. to all unaffiliated men and
visitors. The class" meets Sundays
at 9-45 in Fellowship; Hall on
Racom Point Road.

Iw1.iiir- Miss Ora Faye- -Cranford hagiven Attractions: -LJ Iv

-..... up her studies at the University -
P4HOKrr. F """' of Miami and returned this
week to her home in Pahokee. N



a J o ooa oaoo

SPECIALIZING IN


BODY & FENDER REPAIRS t H ; : 4


TIRES AND AUTO

ACCESSORIESAUTO _
.., _
PAINTING 0



. Bennet Bros. Service Station

Box 245 Pahokee Phone 579 Belle Glade Road 0 r/3'

.. ; '' : ,. WAXULIA SPRINGS
VWWWWWWWWVWWWWWWWWWWWWWTUT'S ; yt. ;..d ,
I'O! miles south of Talla
hassee, is on.of the
-
-- -- ----
world's great aUral tl'OS
I JVe vast,
crystal
clear
i Ii x1.ing, the unspoiled nat

i HUT BARBECUE lent ural recreational grandeur the facilities(excel

I combine to make it a spotEnlOY

I Barbecued Ribs to Carry Home Florida's Famous famous to remember.pole-vaulting Henry fish the

shown in this photograph
Barbecue Sandwiches la an unique, feature at
I IVakulla Springs.

I Chicken In A Basket Regional Beer.. 0

I

,: I I Give Us A Trial! You'll Be Back

,
- --------- --- - -- - --
'- -- -- Just as Florida's attractions are

-. unexcelled, so i is JAX, Florida's great say tar't JAX!t '

i regional beer that i is brewed please yott better '

[ Authorized Dealers southeastern tastes. Enjoy the mellow at t y f"ctJAX -
I .
: goodness' of this famous Drink of
WISCONSIN AIR COOLED ENGINES .
; ALSO REPAIR PARTSNEW Friendship' on all occasions. You simply ,..

I! can't buy better beer no matter ,;a4 tit I
: j PORTABLE WELDER. EnabelinR us to

; 1 do any Kind of Steel Construction at any place .hat you pa)'. :

; Manufacturers Of

IRRIGATION{ AND DRAINAGE Pt' lIt5

IIYDKAn.IC MOLE; DRAINS) :

WEED CHOPPERS BREWING

WI.1.S1: : : T.\"lTHE EVERYTHING: TII.\T"

:MADE OUT OK IRON: FOR ISE IN: COMPANY

THE: GLADES L B IER

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA ..
AGENT: FOR ;.VV CUDIP1): CORRUGATED( M

ALl'MINH'M: : : ROOFING:



Canal Point Machine Works I'ISTHIBITED BY


CANAL POINT PHONE: 531 I'. O. BOX 466
I Shelley ConnellBELLE


GLADE. FL.Friday '.



/





Page Eight The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida Friday, April :!5. 194::
--

New Veterans Bill I Legion Purchases Chevrolet To Be Given Away

Is Introduced 1

I l
TALLAHASSEE The State
Veteeian's Commission would get I
Mr. and Mrs. Buford Prescottof a new name and an extra 100,000
Belle Glade announce the birthof a year to spend under a bill introduced -
a daughter Marie\ Inez at the- in the Legislature by Representative :-
Everglades Memorial Hospital on Baker of Liberty
April 17.Special. County.
The Commission, established in
-- 1945 to help Florida veterans ob-

Salvation tain all State and Federal ben
fits to which they are entitled
Army ProgramA would he renamed the State Department p
of Veterans Affairs.
series of special ceremonies An appropriation of $250,000 for
marking the 25th anniversary of each of the next two years is sot 1a
the starting in Palm Beach County up in the new bin. At present the
of the Salvation Army's welfare Commission operates on $150,000
and character-building work will a year.
....
conclude Thursday, May: 8, at a
Pahokee Rotary Club luncheon.
Prominent citizens from throughout -
the Glades area will be special 1
guests at a luncheon to be addressed
by Colonel George H. Marshall ',
supervisor of field personnel of the 1wi --if
Salvation Army in 17 outhe.!) I Miss Louise Sims FSC at Talla -
states, with headquarters in At hassle, was the week end guest of
lanta. Georgia. her pazt'nts.1.. and Mrs G I.
Belle Glade is represented on the I :Sims Canal ----tjL
in Point. She was accompanied :
list of community chairmen for th- home bv four of hesoi ; -

county-wide organization by -..i'terliss's Betty Han-
er Hooker, and {''-\\'alt-1
cork
of Palatka Margaret Johnson ,
Point bv n. F.1Iiott.lrs.. : .
of Greensboro X. C.. LaunTThornton
\Vedgworth. Belle Glade U a vice-
and Nancy Ware ofVest
chairman of the county board.
Palm Beach.
Special music for the Pahokee
Mr. and Mrs. Grady Boynton returned
mt>t'1ingwill be provided by Cap-
to their homein
tain William II. Goodier. Salvation Canal
Army commander at Lakeland a Pointfond'ay after spending tw.i
noted cornetist. weeks at Safety Harbor for t-12
benefit of Mr. Boynton's health.

Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Cowart
and Mr. and Mrs. Reppard Cowart
STAKTIXO attended a birthday dinner for riceo -5 -.-
their mother. Irs. Cowart, in
, ,
THURSDAYAPRIL10 Wauchula on Sunday.Mrs. .
Mathis and Mrs. Mae Al-

, lyson of Panama City were guestsof E. A. Jensen, Commander ot ment was started to acquire a which a new automobile and other

II Mrs. MathLs' daughter, Mrs. H. Fred and Percy Mansfield Post home for the local Post. Under prizes will be given away. The
M. McIntosh, several last
days
Committee handle
No. 90. of the American Legioiof Committees headed by John Pick- appointed to
week. this originally consisted of Wallace -
MY OFFICE WILL BE Pahokee, is shown with Ray. ett and Carmen Salvatore two lot;
Rev. C. T. Howes was in Jacksonville ma1'1.1 Barnes, Melvin V. Pugh, and
CLOSED EACH mond Christian, owner and were acquired on Bacom Point Jr. Later
from Sunday through! I .I Paul Collier, Leonard
Wednesday attending a Methodist ager of Christian Chevrolet and Road and then after it was decided Dobrow. Jack Phillips, and Melvin
THURSDAYAFTERNOON conference committee meeting. Paul Tillery, Commander Ele<:t that the site was too small Spooner were added to this Com-
Members of the Pahokee Meth- who will be installed on April 29 I another tract of land was purchased I i I mittee.
DURING odist Men's Bible Class will be Mr. Christian, center is present. on the Canal Point Road'i{i On July 4. a 1947 Door Fleet-
THE SUMMER guests at a dinner party to be ing the bill of sale for the new (North Main Street). I i i line Chevrolet, a 1947 G. E. Deluxe
given by members of the Victory car to Post Commander Jensen Plans were then made to raise i Electric Stove, and a 1947 Bend'x
Class in the social hall of the First Shortly after Mr. Jensen took I funds for a Legion Home by spon- I Deluxe Home Laundry will be
Methodist Church this Friday office as. Commander a move- soring a celebration on July 4, at given away. adv

DR. R. R. LONG evening at 8 o'clock. Mrs. Leon I
Spooner is chairman of the com-
PAIIOKEE mittee in charge of arrangements.
University of Florida students + ++++ ? Y? < ( .+

who returned to their studies last V h.
weekend after the .
-- - - spending spring V
. holidays with relatives here include -
--'- -
Edwin Rice Glen Sowder. : :!: VOTE FOR :i:

i Donald Padgt tt, Timothy James ..
.
Dr. R. Y. Creech Jr. Mullis. Thomas Howes Billy D
Loach. Billy Shirley and Billy: 4:. ..:.

OptometristPHONE I, Stuckey.Mrs.. H.. J. Anderson is attendirgthe : : Aamo t : :

annual State Conference of the
371 '
'MethodistVoman's Society of ;>
Christian Service in Daytona 4:. CANDIDATE FOR ..:.
NeElsberry I Beach this week as delegate representing -
the Pahokee WSCS. V. .
Building More than 1.000 delegates, representing sY> .
325 Florida WSCS units s o s f

Belle Glade, Florida are expected to bt.in attendance.Mrs. I City Councilman--Group 4 te.
T. R. Kirk is in Jackson- s .
:Mail in repairsor ville this week visiting Mr. Kirk's i
mother. Mrs James E. Kirk. whois Iv
recuperating from a recent op-'. :" IX THE I'AHOKEK CITY ELECTION .:.
1.4
erationMr .

replacementsTractor have Hip .to returned and the Mrs West from David C4):1st.'hiJ"their Merle wedding BletH-n! I j!I :*:y TUESDAY, MAY 6 :.:


visited relatives Orlando !
away they + > V
and Bartow.
Ronald Stanley son Vf Mr. and V. :
Trouble
? I .
Mr. Ralph Stanley} has given up I I1.it'ama Gamot has been a business man in Pahokee for the past .t
M yb YourMAG.NETO his studies at Howard College in
.\ and returned this week'I'Y': : 15;) year He i is a conscientious civic worker :;:

I '11'" home in Pahokee. .:" who has the'elfal'e of the City of <:.
Mr art Mrs J. V. Gist of LakH +
N J
*< I.. .:.
' .tftpuests of his brother : Pahokee at heart.

REPAIRINGL n "it\ ,it.d sister. Mr and Mrs V. I'h 4I. >
f vtcnK*job quickly > f.. a','n. in Pahitke1 thi week Ii i I.<. Gan10t"in work for improvement in city government .s a

with out factory tools '\, l.ird,. Mrs C B Starling: left ..:. and tho-e thinir which will U- for betterment a'
and tofcng equipment.W U !iay ('f this wvek f'-.r a vast: i*
w. Wlr ..
1. V ''. :tv. >r. J'tnc tn t'lty. Hi

!' \ ',<. -::1! he aoe.\mpanip i !'nn.' f.> ..".
.< ,'. hy Mrs Starling's, wt.'r, . +
M! - T'n'Ima McCinty. of Phi''..-
-t, : .: i PIand by her motherM Vote For Gamot And
:: Progress : :
Dave OtocK man's -< W',ko McGmty.*,: who will viPahi -:t.n i ,

Machinery Repair lJ V kern Sale ice and I, Mr. Madeline Holt was able t"> j I.i .. Your consideration of his candidacy greatly appreciated/ .;
return to her home in OkeechcbeeSunday
Phone 11JW I from the: Everglades M-- i iI 'i'v v v
monal Hospital! where she recer.t'y I I +
ClE1e1STO! ", nORm & * * * * * 666. * .* * * * * 444. .* .%.* .6
.. .. .
urirrnt:: an operation I .a.4. .*%**.*%**.*%**..t' .. f.4. .1f. t,t. ,*..*. *:a..f..a.a..t.> .f.f .b .-; ,fV ;