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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: November 19, 1948
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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November 19, 194 PUBLISHED WEEKLY CANAL POINT BV PAUL RAROINCIRCULATING



THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY


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Warren Says New McCabe Is Elected State Road Board Celery Growers To Annual Grid Game

Head Vegetable GroupE. Meet Monday NightAn

Money Needed For Members Named By Wednesday NightOn
A. McCabe of Belle Glade was I important meeting of the

elected president of the Everglade celery growers and shippers from
Fla. Flood ControlORLANDO Branch of the National League of Incoming GovernorFuller the Lake will be held at eight Pahokee FieldThe

Wholesale Fresh Fruit and Vegetable o'clock Monday night at the Belie

: Distributors at the annual Glade City Hall, it was announce]
New sources of Warren. Florida's Gover- time: Thanksgiving eve,
election of new officers held at the today by the Florida Fruit and
revenue will be needed to rais nor-elect, named five members of Wednesday Nov. 24. 8:15 p. m.-
Fort lastweek
Radio Club in Lauderdale vegetable Association. Purpose of
money for Florida's 37000.000 the State Road Department Tues the place Lair Field in Pahokee-
the meeting is to discuss the pro
share of the proposed Federal :day and said "it is my understanding the event: the annual Glade
Other officers elected were W. I and cons of a celery marketing
flood control that Alfred A. McKethan Senior football classic between
20S.000.000 project, of High -
L. Duncan the
of Canal Point vice agreement during coming seas-
members of the Citizens Flood Brooksville is to be selected as the Pahokee Blue Devils
president: Jess M. Elliott of Pahccee. on. Similiar meetings have already
Control Committee told Wed- chairman." and the Belle Glade Golden Ramsat
were
secretary and Frank Dooleyof been held in Sanford and Sarasota
In addition stake the Lions Club Bill
to who
nesday. McKethan :
Belle Glade treasurer. I and these areas have already goneon
"I don't think there to be selected from Memorial .
ought L. was District 1. War- such Young Trophy.A
J. Fraser of Pahokee. retinr? record as favoring an
any blinking of the fact that we've president, presided at the meeting. ren named J. Glover Taylor from agreement All celery growers and comparison of the records" cf

got to find new revenue." Gover- The annual ladies night program 'Jacksonville District 2. Marion G. shippers are urged to attend the two teams for the current

nor-elect Fuller Warren said at the was presented with the wives of Nelson Panama City District :. season favors the Rams holders of

initial meeting of the flood control members attend as guests. Merrill P. Barber. Vero Beaca. the trophy for the past two year

group. District 4 and Trusten P. Drake. Belle Glade Ramie to retain it for another >ear The

He asked the committee to try Jr.. Ocala. District 5. Plant To Go Under Blue Devils have bowed in defeat

and devise a plan to accomplishthe Joe Tom Boynton The appointees" are expected to this season to three teams Fo.t

whole Job over a 10-year meet soon for formal selection cf Hammer To Pay RFC Pierce by a one-touchdown margin -

period. the chairman. trounced Lake Worth. 26 to 6.

John D. Montgomery Miami I Post CommanderJoe During the May runoff primary Federal Judge John W. Holland and tied South Breward. 6 to 6.Football .

Beach publisher was named permanent Warren bitterly attacked the Friday awarded a judgement of fans of the Glades area

chairman of the group and department and the cost of road $60607916 to be paid to the Reconstruction however leave statistics at horn!
Tom Boynton was elected
W. J. (Funie) Steed, Orlando attorney building in Florida. In his statement Finance Corp. by tae when they swarm in to see this big
commander of Fred and Perc/
vice chairman. Jeanne Bellamy. yesterday however he referred Florida Ramie Products Inc.. oJ sports event. Into this conte
Mansfield Post 90 at a meeting in
Miami was appointed secretary only obliquely to thesscharges West Palm Beach.In both teams completely empty their
of the committee by Mont- the woman's clubhouse Monday by telling the people "I the event of default on the bags of tricks pour their last

gomery. night, replacing CommanderJames believe" "under these men" ycu sum which represents balance dui ounce of energy and play thel-
A. Stafford who
recnetly
Warren also recommended rais- will get good roads for less cost. on two RFC loans the order appointed heart out because on its outcome

ing of local contributions by t estate resigned. Warren aid: John A. Paul as special hinge_>be success or failure .of a
as a whole._ He Mid the .Kenneth )Mock who is moving "The State Road-Department; !sFlorlda's master to sell the property-of the season of football.
with his wife to
HoustOn
' t group' should nave "fullest and sown biggest single govern- inoperative firm at public auctionat After going down in two defeats
most unfettered Independence in Texas, tendered resignation as mental operation. The budget for the county courthouse in West under the strong opposition of

trying to solve the problem." first vice commander at the meet- 1948 was in excess of $61 million. I Palm Beach 'Panama City and Vero Beach at

State Sens. John R Beacham of lag and Perry Duke was chosen to :It employs about 4500 people. It I The original suit brought by the : the start of the season the Rams
tucceed him in that office. Hard]J
West Palm Beach and W. A. (Bill) Wilkinson selected second vice i is tremendously Important to the i RFC contended that only some I have developed into one of the .
Shands emphasized the importance was I people of Florida. It affects more $7.000 had been repaid" on the two strongest elevens in the Gulfstream-
commander and Carmen Salvatore
of Statewide financing: of the citizens than any other departmert loans and that due payments had Conference.
project a* did James H. Allen of Jr.. third vice commander to fill of the State Government controlled not been met. The firm constructed The Pahokee Blue Devils mired

Pensacola. vacancies left by the election of by the Governor. I a ramie processing plant nearBelle down in a midseason slump after

Flood losses in 1947 were estimated Boynton and Duke to higher offices The State Road Department 13 I Glade, but full productioi I getting off to a good start with
.
at $90.000.000 by Senator administered by five members was never I't'ached.llilitary two successive victories over St
to a postseason _
Post 90 voted
Pepper (D-Fla.) who said in ten sponsor one of whom is chosen chairman Theresa and Gesu.
between I
yean the loss might run as high) football game The law requires" that one member Funeral The Blue Devil reserves saw considerable -
from Belle
school teams
as negro be chosen from each of the action and played creditable -
$300,000,000.se.-se Glade and Sebring. The game will five congressional districts which i For Sgt. Olen Meeks football last Saturday night
be Lair Field. Pahoke.
played on
existed at the time of the passage when Pahokee defeated St. Peter
Interim Pastor To :Friday night. Dec. 3. I of the law Military funeral services f.v' and Paul of Miami. 38 to 6.

Arrive In PahokeeDr. -se s. "A number of able men hav!! I Sgt. Olen S, Meeks. 24. son of Mr. -

Lions Hear HarlessOn offered to serve as members of and Mrs. J. D. Meeks" of Pahokee. Dickman TestifiesOn

and Mrs Barlett Anthony the Department. I have felt it my were held at the Piney Grove
Bowers, formerly associated with Zoning PlansRDB duty to select. the very best men Cemetery near Chiplev on Tues Vegetable Packs
available It has Nov 9. with" members of Vf t-
the Calvary Baptist Church ii plans for Palm Beset for these positions day. B. Dick-
Asheville N. C are expected to County zoning were outlined by been difficult for me to pass over cram- of Fon.ign"an and the WASHINGTON
arrive in Pahokee today. They will Joe Harless of Boynton Beacn faithful friends who offered to American Legion of Chipley H man. Ruskin grower and packer
1 and chairman of the Florida Fruit
make their home in the pastorium chairman of the county RDB serve. charge of the service.
recently vacated by the Mober ing committee", at the 'zon-I I "To those who may be di appointed Sgt. Meek Joined the armed and Vegetable Association testified prepackaging before -
,
family and Dr. Bowen will act as meeting of the Pahokee Lions Clu I want to say that in forces in March 1942. and aw committee
interim pastor at the Pahokc selecting the five men named I overseas action in Tunis, North the Interstate CommerceCommission
Tuesday The guest speaker was I "CC'onsum.rrackaging
the
have thoughtfully and carefully Africa and Sicily. Later he- was that
First Baptist Church until a regular :: introduced by L. J. Fraser program -I the'
pastor. called to the enure*!. chairman i considered every person availabl, among the United States troops of vegetables on

Dr. Bowers served for 40 yean The Lion voted to sponsor the I "None was l't"1t"'tholely asa assembled in England for the Invasion farm .does not make them anything -
in influential pastorate in fiv* reward for political support of Ftance and was killed in but fresh vegetables"The
arrival in Pahokee of a Santa
continued II) action Normandy Beach Jur.e Commission i!* conducting a
on
( on
states including the First Baptist page
Claus by plane for the entertainment washed
hearing to determine how "
14. 1944.
Church in Baltimore the Firs!
of the children of the community -
ahoul1
Survivor, in addition to his and packed farm items
Baptist Church In Gastonia and the the week" before Christmas Gresham LeavesFor
after farmersand
includ be classed
father and stepmother properly
Broadway Baptist Church It The club was asked to support the ruling
its
Sanford Church three miters. Christine Frances dealers protested
Knoxville. Since his retirementthree
Florida Chain of Mission! which
and Bonnie Meek Pahokee. three that fruit and vegetable thathave
years ago he has filled in a.I plars to send several noted speakers -
pastor at Baptist Churchesin I Rev. J. M Gresham preached brothers. Alfred of Pahokee and been washed and packagedand
interiip to this area in January andFebruary. market
Ocala and West Palm Beach hIs final sermon a* pastor of the Cecil and Lambert leeks of Cot otherwise prepared for

First Canton. First Marion Oil Church of Cod in Pahoke Sunday tor-dale. FlaTurkey. are manufactured products ratherthan '

Fort and Calvary Baptist Church and left this week with his family farm commodjtiesBecause .

AsheviUe. He is a trustee of Meredith Accountant Raises for Sanford. Fla, where he has aetpted -- Shoot At truck hauling farm

College and a member of the Checks Is In Jail a call to the Church of Girl oducts are exempt fr*>m If regulation '

State Mission Board on Rideecre-s in that city. The Rev. And Mrs Elks Grounds, 3 Days I *, this meant extending tne

for the Sunday school board of tic Harold K. gind lr. 4$. described Gresham came to Pahokee in Januarv area of the CommlA.Woo'" authority -

Southern Baptist Convention bv officers a* an accountant with 1
Dr. and Mrs Bowers! celebrate-J offices in Wet Pal-n Beach. was. lung of a local Church of God G--) to the Elks grourd in Paho . .

their fiftieth wedding anniversary teld in county Jail Friday ni ht. Service were first held in a tent kee next Monday. Tuesday o" Juniors Win From

en Dec. 16. 1947. Peace Justice W D. Lammor on Canal Point Road Later under titi'edresday and maybe woull be

of Pa okee said he hAd issued A Rev Gre* am's leadership anew lucky enough to wtn" one The Lake Worth 39-0

In spite of a couple of would-be warrant: charging the prisoner church build:ng was constructed Elk club U .pon onnjr a turkey Tucker PHJunor "

hurricanes this year. hunters in -a"1thral1ir: salary checks." H* and a p U'IIfA.lte.U purchased shoot on these three dy Coach Georjr

Southwest Flonda. First Conservation said it was alleged that S..ndalr.I on Barfield Highway He is defeated Lake Worth J9Oin
member of the Pmhokee-Cane. More than 100 fferrrt colorsare Lake Worth Wednesday night.
District can look forward to I working as bookkeeper for JoseptKahn. a
much better shooting than last Pahokee dry goods: mer Point Ministerial" Association and now available to tone ownerswho The' final game for the local win.

year, the State Game and Fresl I chant raised one check for hl"l i Mrs. Gresham served as secretary wish to use real clay tile in bP played ret Monday right *

Water Fish Commission report 1 l'I(salary from $100 to $2.100 and another -, to the local Council of Church remodeling old bthrooni. or pitting Memorial Field in BeD Glade with

recently. from $100 to $700 \v Ot!: ft- in new one, the Junior P.ama.Esfa6islied .





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Two The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Friday. November 19. 1943

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THE EVERGLADES NEWS I I III''II' Cinematic ChatterBy Elks Plan ProgramFor Phone IsSpendingMillions

Visiting Official
Malcolm Millar
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region

. Established 1924 Published Every Friday I Edward O. Williams District ,

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance "Sorry, Wrong Number," has Deputy Exalted Ruler of the B. P. I
one of the most phenominal success I
L The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office stories on record for dramatic O. Elks for Florida, south, will pay Over $55.000.000 of new plant
his official visit to Pahokee Lodge has been
constructed in Florida
property. It scored its first hit as I by
r In Canal Point. Florida aa Second Class Matter
No. 1638, Nov. 1948.
CBS'sSuspense" Tuesday 23. I the Southern Bell Telephone Company -
an original radio play on
Owner Editor slave V-J Day. A. B. Dooley.
Paul Rardin Publisher program and so over
whelming was audience reaction Florida Manager of the Company

ciety and other important groups. that it repeated 7 times on coast- revealed today.
to-coast broadcasts and around the "This tremendous investment has
including a practically unanimous
TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY been made in the
public interest in
press have declared for organized world in 9 different languages.Never
our effort to expand and improvethe
of Uw
-
in the
experience
marketing. But they can't vote and
stars Barbara and Burt service in the state". Mr.:
Stanwyck
they anxiously await the growers'verdict Lancaster have had Dooley said "and it is part of a
they ever
because they know what vast that
program we plan to sustain -
(By Russell Kay) such roles as these atomically! dra-
happened in 1946-47 and again in
provided the
new capiital can
matic parts. "Brave, Barbara! \Ve z'I .
1947-48. I, sa I be obtained for the next several
If talk would solve our citrus The State Bankers Association nominate" you for this years years in order to meet the full
Oscar! Academt Award win-
problem we would have licked it which should certainly be well say telephone service needs in the
Loretta
ners Joan Crawford
long ago, but talk won't boost sag- qualified to correctly appraise the Young. Ray Milland. You will add areas we serve in Florida,*

ging markets or answer the burning economic and financial conditions The expenditure of over $55.000.-
your praise when you see this .. a'
question. "What about this said in its report of July 23. 1948: great dramatic triumph at the 000 has made it possible for Florida -

year's crop?" If we are going to "At this moment there is little Prince Theatre, this Sunday-Mon to have over 356.000 SouthernBell

salvage anything out of this year's hope for even a cost of production telephones in service today In

bumper crop it will take Action.It price for the maturing Florida crop day.Featured players are Ann Richards fact, Florida has gained almost as

is all right to talk about legi- reported to be 109 million boxes, Wendell Corey. Harold Ver- many telephones in the three years

slative action and changing consti- the largest on record. The price milyea and many other well known sinve V-J Day as it did in its en-

tutions but such remedies take situation looks dark if this crop Hollywood tfrtists.' You :Must Sea tire history prior to 1940. Duringthe

time and while we are waiting for ta to be marketed under the same It! full preiod prior to 1940 Flor-
** Williams is a member of the ida gained 153.300 Bell telephone*
that kind of relief a lot of folks procedure as the last two crops. See you at the movies Mai. Fort.I
Lauderdale lodge and has as compared to 132.50O since V.!
can go broke. How accurate that forecast wasis -
resident- of that city since 1934. I
We are in just about the same evidenced by the fact that de- Day.Along
Tangerine Queen Williams will be accompanied to with the increase in the
position a, man is when his house spite one of the best quality crops I I
Pahokee by a number of former I number of telephones- in sen.'icehas
is on fire and his insurance policy in many years Florida fruit has Will Be HonoredWINTER
district deputies including those come a corresponding increasein
has lapsed. He needs help in a hur- been selling at below the cost of
from Key West West Palm Beac.i the number of local and long
ry. Being a country home far from production. HAVEN The lucky
and Fort Lauderdale. Exalted rul- distance calls. For example: During -
the nearest fire department the Organized under authority of the winner of the Florida Tangerine
ers and members of lodges from February. 1945. the number of
house will burn to the ground before Capper-Volsted Act with power asa contest to be held here on Sunday. Fort Pierce to Key West will honor I local calls each day averaged

the fire department could get growers' organization to control November 28 will be featured in a the recently appointed deputy 1 1.453.000 as compared to 2.309,000

there. So he calls on his neighborsand shipments in interstate commerce number of radio and fashion grand exalted ruler by their pres during February, 1948. And the
they come to his assistancewith the Florida Citrus Mutual can coi- shews in Miami during Orange: ence. number of long distance calls orig-

extinguishers, hose, buckets rect this unorganized marketing Bowl Week and will reign over
Exalted ruler O. R. Bleech of the inating in Florida during the
ladders and whatever may be needed which is responsible for cutthroat festivities at the Tangerine Bowl Fahokee lodge has announced ,,?- I month of February 1948, we*:a

to meet thee mergency and. competition and ruinous pricss Football Game in Orlando on New I ct't&nceh3."t"" :i'een received from: 2.142.000. or more than 55 per cent

working together, they save the both for fresh and canned pro Years Day, according to plans a number the South Florida dis !greater than February 1945.

home. ducts. completed last weelc by the Florid I tricts. Immediately following the In order to provide" the expanded -
Florida Citrus 1lutualill have
Now suppose in such an emer- Citrus Commission. Lodge rafting a fcr.rbcue will service for Florida since V-J
gency, when this chap called on his other powers under which it can Dawson Newton advertisii.s I be yen ed.I Day and to handle the heavy in-

neighbors for help, each of them establish helpful policies which: commission of the Florida Citrus - crealein both local and long dist-:

started an argument and each had have been recently discused in the Commission who is cooperatingwith I Floral Committees ar.ce traffic, major additions have:

a different plan. One fellow insists state. the Winter Haven- Junior been made to most of the buildings -

that a bucket brigade is the only However let's center our attention I Chamber of Commerce, sponsor of Named By CircleAt and to all other facilities required -

answer, another wants to pump upon this vital fact: that disorganized the Tangering Queen Contest, in furnishing telephone ser

water from the lake and someone marketing with lack of stated that the final arrangements a meeting of the Gertrud vice. Fifteen new buildings have

else thinks that the only way to control In Florida Is responsible" for have been made for the 1948 Florida Shirley Circle, First :Methodi tWSCS. been constructed and 19 others

put the fire out is with extinguishers. two seasons disasters and Tangerine Queen to be feature at the home of Mrs. P. \\'. substantially enlarged in the state

The argument continue and promises a third one. No plan has on six radio programs and to ap Sanders: Monday night Mrs. M. I i. since V-J Day, adding 32S.OM

before they decide on anything the been proposed which can offer th. pt'ain the two fashion shows in Keen circle chairman named the square feet of urgently needed!

house is a smoldering heap of slightest hope for correcting the Miami as the honor guest of tre following to !"'n.'en th? chur-h j floor space.
of ashes. situation for this season except the Orange Bowl Committee duringthe floral committee through Decn- Simultaneous with the enlargement -

Florida Citrus Mutual. last week in December. ber: Mrs. C. T. Howes and Mr of the buildings additional
Everyone agrees that the solution -
I If the organization can be completed Newton also stated that an invitation J. M. Elliott first Sunday: Mrs.R. central office equipment has been
to the citrus problem calls for '
and the operating machinery from the Orlando Elks \\'. Sanders and Mrs. Frank Ro- installed which together with tha
cooperation on the part of everyone -
set- up by the first of January, Club will be acepted for the 1943 zelle second Sunday. Mrs. I. M. outside cable installations has permitted -
; growers packers shippers the legal controls in interstate Tangerine Queen to reign over all Lair and Mrs. Leon Spooner, third the gain of 132.500 telephones
canners. The only vehicle that offers -
commerce which Mutual can and festivities at the Tangerine BoWl Sunday and a special committeeto since V-J Day. Many FI>-
an opportunity for such cooperation will exercise will be put into effect Game in Orlando on New Years be announced later fourth Sun- rirtians have: seen the major extensions
is Florida Citrus
the
when possibly fifty to sixty percent Day. cay. I being made to the underground -
Mutual. If this grower organization of the fresh- fruit and sixty- The well known cartoon artist The group made plans for its an- conduit systems which

i? set up quickly with controlof five" to seventy-five per cent of the Zack Mosley. creator of the nationally nual Christmas party; which win I carrtht" large underground

75 per cent or more of the cropit canned fruit is yet to be marketed. famous "Smilin' Jack" be held at the home of Mrs. R L. I cables. Laterally hunderds of box

can go into action now and bring Controlled marketing of that fni-t comic strip will fly to Winter Pope on Dec. 20. with Mrs. Glenn i car loads of conduit and associate"

relief this season. will mean millions of dollars more Haven in his Beochcraft Bonanza Abling and Mrs. W. E. Pope to act i material items have been inrtall-

Tre way it !looks from where I of returns to the citrus industry. piano on November 27 to alter.: as ho<;tp !,ps. A study of the first I jed in Florida this year, being part

sit it is up to the growers themselves There is no profit for anybodyin the gala Tangerine Ball that nigl two chapters: of the WSCS:: fr:i Jof the largest underground con-

to decide whether they want a sick industry. United actionon in the Armory and to serve on the mission study text. "Newness of duit program in the history of the

f to join hands and put the fire out 1 the part of all Now can tmn board of judges during the Tangerine Life" way presented by Mrs. I. M. state. And. the addition hundred

now by cooperation and teamwork present losses into profits. Queen Contest- on Sunday, Lair and Mrs. JE'M1.. Elliott of reels of cable", ranging in size

or whether they want to continue . November 28. at 2:30: p. m. in the -S from 16 to 2121 pairs have been

talking and arguing until it is too Mrs. Bill Ratliff. Jellico. Tenn. Florida Citrus Exposition LakpSI.t Week Of Prayer To pulled in and spliced. In fact, over

the week of her >r Amphitheatre. 2 billion 600 million conductor feet
late.Such was a guest past
organizations as the Flor- sister. Mrs. Joe Sowder and ]'Ir::. When Florida's new Tangerin Be Observed In Dec. of cable, enough to stretch around

ida State Chamber of Commerce, M. Miller, and her brother S. L. Queen- is selected from beautiful the world almost 20 times hMbeen

the Florida Bankers Association Lindsay, and their families in P.1- contestants being sponsored from Wefrk of prayer will he observedby installed during the past 21

the Florida State Horticultural So hokee. cities throughout the state swill !\* members of the Woman's Missionary months in order to help meet the

be awarded a beautiful engraved Union. Pahokee First Bap- continuing demands for telephone

trophy from the Florid tist Church. through the first service.
.,4......._.
Citrus Commission a $100 Saving week in December at special programs "This program is taxing: the full

Bond from the Winter Haven presented by the various resources of all the telephone

w From where I sit! .._ // Joe March Jaycees and many othe rprizea. circles according to plans announced people to the limit" Mr. Dooley

She will also be featured by; the by Mrs. Horace Unwire said "but an all! out effort Is bemT

Commission in a natural pictorial president, at a WMU meeting in continued to furnish every one service -

z. campaign designed to publicize th the Fellowship Hall Monday; after who desires it an dto furnish
the of service all our u-
Florida golden crop of tangerines. noon. grade
- Mrs. Unwin also announced thata scribers desire."
It's VCIT Fight; Too C .
Royal Ambassador banquet meeting -
Sees
r Population At
will be held in West Pal-n Rome 4.000 roller skaUng rink

2,500,000 By 1980 Beach on Nov. 25 with hove from are now in operation in the t*. 8.

lung Crowler was "'bM'fin'lt"e preserved in every a'rert. bi: "r !> to 16 year of age invited to a.- A.. according to SKF Industries

ether day shout: all., that Our Town little! -whether it's the ifcr-t; r" WEST PALM BEACH A pop'J- trn-1. Several members volunteered ; which annually makes millions of

Icing in the way: of sending; fond vote, or the right to enjoy; u i- nperate lation of 2..*>no.00 for South FlorIda to assist! i in clearing up the past tiny steel balls for skates and other -

nd clothe to Furop': Kin:, felt: glass cf beer or ale vi-H i by 19SO or 1990 is forecast b/ torium in preparation for the arrival rolling elements..
.
that those Mrnesline democracies: !:..-n.n .s.And Df'an'altt'r J. Matr-.erlv of th-: of Dr. and Mm. B. A. Bowe -

should look after themse'vr*. from I tit! .n. lil"crtt's college of business administrationof this weekend. Dr. Bowers will a-! Southern states showed the

But most aerceil with J-.idce t'*J mall: to cnf'rl..1.! IWati' t"e! the University of Florula. a. interim pastor until! a regular greatest percentage InCN'4in-
Dean Matherly enlarged' on thstate's pastor if called ot the chtirrh. truck rf'ltUItraUonlut year ovr1911.
*" smiM reeirnn i threat
Cur.nir.ghSnTho: said: ?,> lour: tninr.'eone : : >
. according -
the highest prewar year
as any family or individual in ,cried all the other are in jf'c'p"o J Jj past growth and fatu' released by th-
prospects in an address to t>f'nnJa Mr. and Mr L. L. Maxsor. hat: to figures
line forfrcodom t the tni ,u'e one *T!
Europe is helping! hold the ;"- *
B F Goodrich Company.I
their the week er.-J
Institute of AccountantsThe mi guest over
: -Cffajnif the form of in- ("ft.nlrIe.r.. freed :m.all its ru libbers : t -- . .
institute opened business her mother. Mrs B. [. Mathii of
t lemnc,-it's common rst'. and ar in d.pgr: : rr.eetir.e of its semi-annual session Princeton. Of tie 1S.29 pUcerrer.t* throughthe

common decency: to help! 't'-_** in Palm Beach Friday.Mr. . I Fonda Plate Employment

Beaue that's errrybrt-i i s f.;fct: Q.... fJj .. n Mn S. F
To see that in-Jiidual freedom is o. .., --.t- and Mrs S. ,,. Roberts returned Sylvia left Wedr.es.Uy har.iUcapred worker. Carl B.
recently from Graham for a three weeks visit with relatives l Smith. Chairman of the Florida

where they were called! by the tn Richmond and N mollt. Industrial CbmnUtmon. announced

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Names His I Stars Celebrate --1-Bell Must Not YWA Hears Misses Four Graduate

Subject For SundayThe Chapter FoundingMembers Raise Phone Rates McKinstry, RussomA From Flying SchoolBill


first Methodist Church of of Pahokee Chapter TALLAHASSEE The Florida program on "It Happened in Golden the head of the
Pahokee announces the pastor 184. Order of Eastern Star celebrated Railroad and Public Utilities Com- China" was presented by Miss Johanna Glades Aviation Company with of-
Rev. C. T. Howes will use as sermon the nineteenth anniversary mission has ordered Southern BeU McKinstry and Miss Ina fices in Pahokee and Belle Glade
subjects next Sunday the following of the founding of the chapter Telephone Company to retain its Russom at a meeting of the Young said yesterday that four men wao
: Sunday 11:00 a. m. "Life's with a special observance programin present rates until two public Woman's Auxiliary. First Baptist have been taking GI training wita
Lessons Learned." Special music the Masonic Hall Thursday hearings have been completed.The WMU at a meeting at the home o? his company have received their
will be given by the Senior Choir night of last week.A company had filed notice Mrs. Robert Hitchcock Jr. Mon- licenses.Ed .
under the direction of Mr. Glenn review of the history of Chap- that it had planned to increase its day night. Talks on the subject Jensen received his commer-
Abling. This Service will be broadcast ter 184 was given by Mrs. Virginia 'rates an average of 11 per cent were also given by Miss Barbara cial pilot's license while the follow-
over Radio Station WSWN. Adams. Following the meeting refreshments effective November 24. Under Flor- ., Wilkinson and Miss Nina Russom. ing received their private flying
The evening sermon theme will be including portions of a ida law a utility may increase its Miss Sibyl Jensen president. licenses: Audie Hooks. Herbert
"God's First Question" Special birthday cake were served by a rates after 30 days notice, unlessit presided at the business session. It. Throneberry and Herman Kautz.
music by the Youth Choir under committee composed of Mrs. Iva is definitely halted by the Com was announced that the next
PIe direction of Mr. R. O. LunoL I Snyder Mrs. Eleanor holden and mission. YWA meeting will be held at the .
The District Conference will I Mrs. Dorothy Graham. The hearing on the proposed in- home of Miss Barbara Wilkinsonon Virginia Team Looks
meet in Pompano Nov. 23. Dele- . creases have been set for Miamion Dec. 6.
gates from the Pahokee Church include Gibson WoodyardMr. December 1. and in Jacksonville . For Post-Season Game
Chairman of' bn December 6.
O. B. McClure.
. Miss Laurie Rogers was te
the Board of Stewards. T. L. Handley High School of Winchester -
of her uncle and Mr.
guest aunt.
and Mrs. S. A. Nail of Bry-
Sun- Virginia is fora
Bums Superintendent of the and Covered Dish Lunch and Mrs. N. V. Hawthorne ift looking
John A. Dulany. ant announce the engagement post season game in Florida.
Mrs.
day School. Fort Lauderdale over the weekend.
approaching marriage of Mrs For Woman's Club
President of the Woman's Societyof Handley Hi has an outstandingteam
Christian Service J. D. Rogers. NaD's daughter. Miss Betty WooJ- i . this year and has gone
District Steward. J. V. Thomas and yard. to James M. Gibson son of AU members of the Pahokee Mrs. H. J. Anderson was the through the season undefeated.
Dr. L. W. Armstrong. Mrs. J. V. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Gibson of Woman's Club are requested to guest of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Elia- They have 40 men on the squad.
Thomas and Mrs. C. T. Howes Thomasville. Ga. bring a guest to the covered-dis"i sen in West Palm Beach the past Anyone interested should get in
were elected as alternates. The bride-elect graduated from luncheon meeting to be held In the week. touch immediately with the coach.
..- Pahokee High School in 1946 following clubhouse Wednesday Nov. 2., &t
which she attended Stetson 12 noon. Guest speaker will be - -
Christmas Party University. DeLand.Mr. Mrs. Jones of West Palm Beach I
Planned By CirclePlans Gibson is a graduate of the who will give a talk on the tech-
Thomasville. Ga.. high school. He nique of sewing and demonstratethe Bring us your TIRE TROUBLES-
for a Christmas party t3 served in the armed forces during use of the various attachmentson

be held on Dec. 17 were made oy the war. Following his dischargefrom the modern electric sewing ma- Tires are our business, any size, any
:Members of the Mary Martha the service he attended Norman chine.
Circle. First Methodist WSCS. at I Junior College Norman Park -. .
type to fit your particular need.
a meeting at the home of Mrs. Ga.. later graduating from the Mrs. John T. Pickett expects I
.4 Lloyd Hundley Monday night witn Progressive School of Photography to have as guests the coming
Mrs. Geo B. Ramey assisting Mrs. New Haven. Conn. He is week Mrs. Pickett's mother Mrs
Hundley as co-hostess. now employed by R. L. (Sam) Ira Bell of Eau Gallie her sister PAUL'S SERVICE STATION I
Mrs. Kenneth Mock who is moving Chastain in Canal Point. Mrs. D. M. Hutchms of Jacksonville -
soon with her husband to I The wedding will be solemnized her niece Mrs. Dyal of C->- j CANAL POINT FLORIDAHere's.how ,
Houston. Texas resigned from her on Dec. 28 at the Canal Point Baptist con and her brother B. W. Bell I io
position as circle co-chairman and s Church with Rev. Elmo B. of Belle Glade.
program chairman. Mrs. Mock IScogRin, pastor of the church of- I
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gave an introductory ficiating.
"Newness of Life" the text for the I. . I 4
circle's fall mission study course, ,
Shirley Watson Is
and Mrs. Louis Davis presented a .
study of the first two chapters of NewHeadOfIGAShirley -- .
the text. Mrs. John A. Dulany. you can enjoy Faster, Easier, Better tookiny1.
WSCS president and a member of Watson was installed
the Gertrude Shirley Circle and president of the IntermediateGirls J
Mrs. T. L. Burns and Mrs. R. J.
Auxiliary at a meeting at
Schroder, members of the Simon- the Pahokee First Baptist Church : New Deluxe FrJcficlaireautomatic
visitors. .
&on-Lair Circle, were
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Other new GA officers inducted
Union Thanksgiving were Mary Hall vice president an I
music and membershsip chairman'
Scheduled Thursday, Wynell Gilhs. secretary-treasurer; electric range ...
Th Union Thanksgiving Service Jorene Combs, program chairman;
tie for the churches of Pahokee will Elizabeth Clarity assistant program O
this year beheld at the Church chairman: Martha Hall social
chairman: Ethel Miller, com- -
of Go on Barfield highway. Reverend
Robert Rutherford pastor of munity missions chairman: Rheta .
the Church of the Nazarene will Abowd. stewardship chairman;
bring the message. Reverend C. T. Betty Culberson. poster chairman.Mrs. .
Howes pastor of the First Metho- C. R. Wetherington. Jr.. ant I I H''K S .rF9
dist Church will lead the service Mrs. James Batchelor are servingas
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in the service. Special( music:
will be arranged through some of Mrs. Calvin Spooner and son, : JUI-pomldn cabinet
the choirs of the city. The public is Calvin Leon are expected to re- .
urged to attend this service which turn home this weekend from a w Y Add-retbting porcelain
will be held on Tuesday, November month's visit with her parents in cooking-top
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CHRISTMAS PARTY ? You i Can't Escape i John D. Rogers returned Sunday
jshin'WonnsAreJig from a visit with relatives in Bo .-
Plans for a Christmas party to
u. S. Tax Collector fay and Lockhart, Ala.
be held at hte home of Mrs. Jenny
Business In
Holden were made by members of WASHINGTON ._- _n__ __ _
Trying to
the Mattie Chastaln Class of the
evade Federal income tax will be
First Baptist church school at a This Florida Town
meeting at the home of Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. Wilburn C. Youn,; riskier than ever when returns on

Harold Goffe. Mrs. Kathryn of Port Mayaca announce the birth 1948 income are filed after New CELEBRATIONNOY.2W627
of a daughter at the Everglades Year's.
Barnes president presided at the BLOUNTSTOWN Florida is
Memorial Nov. 16. I The Internal Revenue Bureau is
business session. Mrs. Moody of Hospital on not all suuny beaches, sparkling
Avon Park houseguest of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. John S. Graydon of ocean and wealthy merchants witn I going to use a poll-type procedure

Goffe, was a visitor. Pahokee announce the birth of a and outstretched for the tourist -despite that election upset-as a
daughter Ellen Lucinda at the dollar.In means of catching up with persons Fit E STfl

Everglades Memorial Hospital o, North Florida, far from the who try to cheat on taxes.

Nov. 14. lucrative tourist marts to the An officials said Sunday it will
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Goodson of
wwjmflnflflnAds south, hundreds of families depend work this way:
Canal Point announce the birth of upon the earthworm for a liveli- Tax agents will pick at randoma
a daughter, Betty Lucille, at the hood. limited number of returns from

FOR SALE: New and used Willys Everglades Memorial Hoepital on These Crackers call their enterprise each grouping of returns accordingto DEL
Walter In Nov. 16. the taxpayers' occupation, locality -
Jeeps. Ashley Garage > "grunting" and some worm
Belle Glade, Phone 126. Jllcb Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Herring of brakers are coining up to $6000 and income bracket. (
Pahokee announce the birth of a annually. The agents will examine eacn d

SEPTIC tanks and grease traps son Henry Ray, at the Everglades I Contrary to popular belief, good return chosen and. even if it looksto

cleaned and repaired. Phone Memorial Hospital on Nov. 9. fishing worms can't be found
3872, Bob Douthit. Pahokee. M17e . old backyard. the taxpayers and have him substantiate -

Anglers have given the early- its accuracy. fh
up
WELL DRILLING: See Bob Bake Sale Is Plan
morning search for worms. They If the process shows a tendency
8872.Douthit. Pahokee Fla-July Phone 16cc To Aid Milk Fund stop at a gas station on the way tc by particular groups-according to tort

the fishing place and stock up with occupation, location or income

FOR SALE: A baby carriage anda A benefit bake sale, with all pro- bait already packaged in cardboard bracket-to file "bad" returns the

bathinette. play pen AU in ceeds to go into the local milk fund containers. bureau will concentrate on checking -
good condition. Phone Pahoke for underprivileged children will Blounstown is the center of the other returns from the suspect

7113. Nov. 12 be sponsored by the Everglades worm industry. Most of the "grunt- group.
Business and Professional Wom- ing" is done by children, who get . Fun For The Whole

FOR SALE: Good milk cons an's Club in front of Jones Hardware 15 to 25 cents per hundred worms Mr. and Mrs. James S. Wilson
Jersey, with her third calf SeeJ. Family
for their labor.
in Pahokee this coming Sat- visited her parents. Mr. and Mrs
H. Jones Tel 3762, Pahokee. The method is simple. The crews
urday afternoon starting at 3:30 R. W. Sanders in Pahokee white
N19-pd. o'clock. Plans for the sale were rub old automobile spring leave enroute to Tampa last weekend. Fireworks Parades

WE COVER FURNITURE: Let made at a B&PWC meeting at the over hardwood peg driven into . Street
home of the Mrs. Saran the ground. The vibration brings Dancing
president Mrs. J.
us make your slip covers or upholster A. Lively and daughterare
your furniture, reasonably Thomas, Tuesday night. Mrs. Mar- the crawlers scurrying out of tbe'rhole visiting her mother and other Free Acts Carnival

priced in leather or Fabric. Raleigh vel Griffith was appointed in ?. relatives in Bedford. Ind
Santa Claus
Andrew Coxwell, veteran grubber .
Mock 1214 Belle Glade Road, Pa charge of arrangements for the . .
sale. sells on an average of 20.000 Golf Football Rides
hokee. K-Dec.. B. P. Hawkins of Caracas
Mis Hilda Steffin was named worms a week collecting any-
Venez the
is guest here of :Mr.
ROOM & BOARD day week or corresponding secretary and Mrs where from 50 to 60 cents per hundred and Mrs. James H. Wilson.
month, Mrs. Maude Boatwnght Alma Farrow, recording secretary. wholesale and 75 cents to SI ... Co.-Wide Amateur

located next to the Pahokee Mete.- to fill vacancies left by the resignations retail Contest
Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Guthrie had
odist Church. St. N-12 of Mrs. Rethelle Dobrov/ He has "worm rights" on 90)
as the week :Mr. and
guests past
acres of land for which be "
and Mrs Lois Mock. It was announced pay
FOR SALE: 1948 New Buick Mrs. Olen Cox of Savannah Ga. Special hotel rates will
100
thaat the next program he owner 10 cents for every ...
Super-Station Wagon $3300 meeting of the club will be held- at worms dug up. The owners not be available during
First units of the ofChicago's
been driven, radio and ac University
never the home of Mrs. Lorane Vannon complaining. He paid $3,500 fr
cessories. Phone 502. Belle Glade. Dec. 7.Orchids. the acreage and in the first year new 450,000.000-elect- the celebration. Con- -
D-10-pd( his take was $1,500 just from ron-volt cyclotron (atom smasher)
. tact Fiesta
worm operations.. needed a special truck with seven headquarters -
IDEAL BUSINESS LOCATION: axles, 26 wheels and
reinforce 1
Grown B. for reservations.
By A. Gilbert Chipley, got into
A home and income, general tires to haul it through the streets.
the grubing business in January
merchandise fish and poultry Cold Vero Beach Man Each section weighed 87tons.
Since then he has realized over
Storage will accomodate several $3,600. With earthworm venture . Welcome the Season at
thousand pounds of food. 6 living VERO Safety be
BEACH Florida-bred so successful he branched out can planned into tc-
rooms connected located on Bel* orchids from the collection of Into other bait phases-crickets, kitchen aong with comfort, and LAKE WORTHDon't
Glade-Pahokee highway at Fla Arthur G McKee: of Vero Beach "puppydogs" (orange-colored liz- the two qualities as a matter of

East Coast railroad crossing 100 Florida, were a principal attraction ards) and catawba worms.In fact usually go together, says a Miss The Fiesta!
ft. frontage Just outside of city at an exhibit just concludedin the first three weeks of cricket Tile Council of America report on

limits of Pahokee established and St. Louis Missouri, by the raising, he grossed over $250 on kitchen planning.
going business, room for Poultry
American Orchid Society at their $50 investment.
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For Sale by Owner, Phone 506. I ,
orchids exhibited
were by CHTRCn OF CHRIST I ,
Pahokee P. O. Box 398 Canal I I
Dr. David C. Fairburn. Orchidoio- SCIENTIST
Point, Fla. of McKee Jungle Gardens u.
gist "SOUL AND BODY" is the:

FOR SALE: Missionary varieties Vero- Beach, where 100.000 orchidsare I subject of Lesson-Sermon

strawberry plants, see or call now being grown and studied which will be: read in Churches of Thanksgiving Turkeys ;
John Dragon Phone 3301 or.4051. Dr. Fairburn noted for his worK
Oct. 29 4t. of the past two years in the grow- Christ Scientist, throughout the
ing of hybrid orchid seedlings and world on Sunday.. November 21. PHONE 649 TODAY -

BOATS )FOR RENT with or without adapting hybrid orchids to grow- The Golden Text is: "Rejoin

Kickers good fishing and ing out of doors in the McKee\ the soul of they servant: for unto ORDER EARLY!

Hunting at Pahokee Fish Camp gardens, was also a principal thee. 0 Lord do I lift up my soul" I II
Phone 649. Nov. 19 2tc I speaker on the Orchid Society (Psalms 86:4). I
Fall program. The Doctor was Among the citations which com FREE-FREE-One Can of OceanSpray !
FOR RENT: One furnished room
Phone 2311. Itpd formerly a staff orchidologist for prier the Lesson-Sermon is the< Cranberry Sauce with ;
the Missouri\ Botanical Garden in following from the Bible: "This I

St. Louis say then Walk in the Spirit and Each TurkeyUpthegrove
>.e shall' not fulfil the lust of the
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Girl Scouts HoldOrganization the Spirit and the Spirit against

the flesh: . But if >e be led of Market
Prince TheatrePahokee i MeetThe
the Spirit"
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first meeting of the Girl The on-Sermon also includesthe PHONE 649 PAHOKEE FLA.Nov. .
FloridaSundayMonday Scout Troop No. 1 was held la'it following passage from the

Friday in the American Legion Chn-tian! Science textbook 12

building. in Canal Point. "Science and Health with. Key- to __ __I
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Melba Pugh head the Turquoise Eddy "The enslavement of man
PATRONIZE TUB ADVERTISERS
Nov. 21-22 patrol whose color is
turquoise and is not legitimate. It will c as.wht'n *
whoa flower is the violet. Other
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"SORRY WRONG son Donna Lee Upthegroxe. Clain, ion over the material senses Mo-

Weeks and Billie Nell Stokes. tala will some day avert their !

Aleph Hall head the Hiawatha freedom in the name of Almighty Shrubs and Trees
NUMBER"starring patrol whose! color i Iii yellow andwtwie God Then they will control their
flower i* the sunflower
two bodies through the ut<1"'-
Other belonging,: are Jo A"'-n standing of divine !klf'nct'fZ1'= !' ALL VARIETIES AT RETAIL
F.dt'nfit'ldntf* Scott: and Irma
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Burt Lancaster Jo Ann Ed ifild wa elected 1 Mr and Mrs Jack Phillips ant Aulhormd Sale and Service
troop treasuter anJ Billie NelJ child-rn Mrs GM
(( accompanied by
Stokes: was n'...,f'd <:c"Abe T*>< n,.v .. JACOBSEN POVER.0
PNl'irs a-i.1 P.obby r :11;;>'
meeting will be held No\ 19. Leaders were guests( of his parents in \''au'
Mr. Elmo HAND LAWN MOWERS
-- are Scogein and
chula over the wekerd Bobby remained -
Mrs. John Harrington Jr. for an extended v.. .t.
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DIIETOM4Ul1AREUEYlD666 ScnbeMr Miss W alta Nell Hull student at ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO.
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F1orid.th..m College_ Lakeland Open Wednesday and Saturday afternoons
arid Mrs Kenneth Mock are and her roommate at coHge
1100 Southern Blvd. West Palm Beach
planning to more in the near future spent the weekend. In Pahoke .
J from Pahokee to make tyei' visiting Mi** Hull I'ar..r.t. Mr

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cage Eight The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday November 19. 194


Road Board- nando County Chamber of the Investigation Will j B. Fuller manager of the Florida Sugar Mill Draws
Brooksville Kiwanis Club and a phosphate division of the Inter-
Show If Streams Of Its Share TouristsCLE1i'ISTONDamage
junonued from 1 trustee of Hernando County Hospital national Minerals and Chemical ,
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and Hernando County Park. I
none was selected because of the State_ Are, PollutedGAINESVILLE Corporation.
He is chairman of the Hernando to cane .
vote given me in hia county none I Colonel A. G. Matthews chief
County War Finance Committee; in the*EvergIades was not as ex-
was selected as a result of political A survey tj of the state division of
chairman of the Board of Deacons. engineer tensive first
as was and
pressure in fact I resisted a determine whether Florida's thought
First Presbyterian Church of water survey and research pledged -
lot of political pressure. In two instances streams are polluted by the pulp indications now are that a normal
Brooksville. He is member of the
a the support of this unit to th 2
members were selected Sigma Nu fraternity. and paper industry will be started I crop will be narvested. Grinding
who had not applied. Each man McKethan married the formr within 30 days, Vernon D. Knight committee. has been under way for several
selected has achieved outstanding Ruth Crane and they have two chairman of the committee for Members appointed. in additionto weeks and the big mill of the
success in his own business. Each children. Mary Celia. 13 and Mar- the pulp and paper industry, has Professor J. E. Kiker of the United States Sugar Corporationis
has a good record of civic service. tha Ann. 8. announced. University of Florida who was in full operation. The harves:
"It is my understanding Mr. Mc- J. Taylor. 55 prominent Representatives of the industry. named chairman of a new coordi- will continue through the winter
Kethan is to be selected chairman. plover the State Board of Health and the I nating committee on pollution and early spring. Although strictly -
Jacksonville real estate and insurance -
"Under their administration o* executive was born in Florida Game and Fresh Water problems are as follows: David B. a commercial enterprise the

the State Road Department the Gainesville. He attended the University Commission met at the public Lee chief sanitary engineer of the big sugar mill has taken its place
people of Florida will I believe of Florida and was later health conference sponsored by the State Board of Health Ralph G. alongside of Silver Springs Cypress -
get good roads at the least cost. I graduated from the Packard Com- college of engineering at the University Cooksey. wildlife: R. B. Fuller Gardens and other tourist
Alfred A. McKethan, 42. president -! mercial School in New York City: I of Florida and made preliminary prosphate industry; W. T. Edwards attractions as visitors get a real
of the Hernando State Bank with in business admin- plans for a detailed in- St. Joe Paper Co.. pulp and thrill out of watching processing
degree
Brookaville is a life long citizen of a vestigation of each area in which paper industry; Wylie W. Gillespie operations. Guides take visitors
Hernando County. He is immedi- istration. pulp mills are located. Florida Society of Engineers W. through the mill at regular inter-
ate past president of the Florida Taylor organized a fire insurance The phosphate industry is attempting W. Giddings citrus industry, vals.
Banker's Asm. and currently business in Gainesville ir. to determine the effectof James Massey the public; L. Mc- .. .
sold it to enlist in the
1914 but
serves as vice-president of the phosphate waste materials nwaine municipalities; Joe Davin Frank Rorelle Jr.. has returnedto
War 1 where h-
in World
American Bankers' As n. He ;s army through a fellowship at the engi- real estate; Robert Hoy. Florida his studies at Southern College
also a member of the country served as an artillery officer in neering and experiment station at Sewage Works Association and J. Lakeland after a visit with his

Bank Operations Commission of France.He the University of Florida said R. F. Dequine fish and wildlife. parents in Pahokee.
moved to Jacksonville in
the same organization. McKethanis
1924 and became associated withT.
a citrus director grower of the and ia Brooksville presidentand \ B. Hamby in the real estate. -- .

business. In 1932 he organized h's

estrus Grower'Assn. Military present firm known as J. Glover \ ,B. \ \. ,.Jr.'
i He attended Virginia
"*
Institute and was graduated from Taylor He married Inc. the former Margaret : V

the University of Florida with a and the Taylors have In
Spratt I
in business administration.He the three
degree G. Watson -
baa been a member of the stat 3 children. Mrs. Thomas past years
Democratic Executive Committeesince Jacksonville. Glover Jr.. associated -
with his father in business -
1935. and James S.. student at ,
the HerFor :
of
He is past president
{Washington A: Lee University. X55,000,000construction
- Taylor is a member or me
Episcopal Church and a memberof -
the Alpha Tau Omega fratern-

Rent ity.Marion G. Nelson.. 34. owner-op- of new in Florida

erator of a large West Florida

automobile agency and presidentof
the Commercial Bank of Panama

born City at is Southport.He a native of. Bay County for More and Better Telephone Service

Modern Store Build is a director of the Gulf

Power Co. and the Atlanta and
ing In Pahokee St. Andrews Bay Railway Co. Hi Since V-J Day more than 132,500 new telephone have

was once employed by the International been added bringing the total than 356,000
to
> Paper Co. and by the more

First National Bank in Mariannabut Southern Bell telephones now serving the State
since 1937 has been the operat-
0. R. Bleech DIg head of his own successful

He is a past president of
company.
the Panama City Rotary Club and The phenomenal growth of telephone crease in business telephone earnings

Phone 2691 __ Pahokee the Chamber of Commerce. He is service in Florida since 1945 is a continue to be dangerously low. This

a member of the. airport authorityand story of unceasing, all-out effort of s because the amount of money paid
of the Elks.Nelson
married the former telephone folks to meet the increasout to furnish you service has increased -

Barbara Wing of Jacksonville ani ing needs of this state. Consider that at a faster pace than the
is the father of 2 children. Gretchen -
13 years and Marion Jr.. 13 almost as many new telephones have amount of money taken in.

PALMSERVICE months. been added in the past three years as Southern Bell's greatly increasedwere
Merrill P. Barber. 38. mayor of
Vero Beach and president of Pie in service in Florida fn 1945! :Investment in Florida is evidence of

Indian native of River Missouri Citrus but Bank has, lived is a But that's only part of the story. . our faith in the state and its people.

in Florida since he was 3 years the number of telephones doesn't just Future expansion and improvement

STATIONPhone old. He is also president of Barber grow by itself. Look at the associated of the service will require many more
and Trent Inc. a vegetable con-
612 Pahokee tainer company and is a successful growth that had to take place in order millions of dollars of new money. This

tomato grower. He was formerly a to add and serve these telephones will have to be financed as in the past.
Dealers For: partner and manager of Dr. M. J
Barber &: Son. Vero Beach retail Since V'-J Day, 15 new buildings with money furnished by investors

Wisconsin Motors Air-Cooled growers' supply business.He . have been constructed and 19 buildwho may be expected to provide the
is a graduate of the University -
Clinton Air-Cooled Motors of Florida and a member of ings substantially enlarged providing necessary capital, only so long as they

Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity. more than 327,735 square feet of adreceive a fair return on their money.
Briggs and Stratton : He married the former Meredith
Air-Cooled MotorsOUTBOARD I Clarkaon of Pensacola. The Barbers ditional floor space. And central ofThat's why it's so necessary that tel

I have 3 daughters. Helen 17* :. fice equipment has been installed makephone rates be sufficient pay to-
3
Carolyn. 15. and Merrill Jean. *
MOTORSTwo
He is a vestryman in Trinity ing possible a greater expansion of day's increased operating costs and

Outstanding Brands Episcopal Church: a 32nd degree return to thoseA
reasonable
service facilities throughout the state. provide a
EVINRUDE . . Mason Scottish Rite; past memberof
. SEABEE the State Democratic Executive very large number of new long diswho have invested their savings in

Committee; past vicepresident oT of tance circuits have been added to the business. <.
DETROIT FIRE the Young Democratic Clubs
EXTINGUISHERSGOOD Florida: past and long time civic handle more calls more quickly. FlorTelephone rates in Florida are not

leader in his community. idians making monthly costs aDd j
are a averageof sufficient to meet today's
Ocala
Trusten P. Drake Jr., 44.
YEAR TIRES cattleman and business man. is f. 2.142,000 long distance calls which assure the Company's ability to render -

ACCESSORIESEISIAN nativ- of Lake County where hisgrandparents is 55 JT greater than in 1945. The good service. That is why we are
settled! in 1870. He
MAGNETOS attended public: schools!! of Lake daily average of local calls made by now before the Florida Railroad and

County and moved with hi parents our Florida customer i.i* 2.309,000 as Public! Utilities Commission seeking
WICO 'IAGNETOSFairbanks to Ocala in 1917. He studiedat
Morse Magnetos Ausrusta Military Academy and compared to 1,453,000) in 1915. such rates as :ill enable us to continue -

the Virginia Chestnut Hill Yes, Florida's telephone *- rv ice has to Provide you with good and
and was
School in Philadelphia
Autolite Delco Remy ITSduatf'from the University of really grown-not only in size but in del I ,u j.c service.SOUTHERN : .

Florida in 192 with a degree an
AC FUEL PUMPS value a? well, for you can now call
ajfnculturr. lie I is a ember of the
UNION BATTERIES Kappa Alpha fraternity.He : many more people and many more A. Z'. D.4y

CITIES SERVICE GAS married the former Ann can call you. But in spite of the in- lrid; : 'h csacr
OIL & GREASES MacKay of Ocala and they have
two was, Trusten Polk. III. I5,
and George MacKay. 14.
Palm Service Station Drake was active in the Flonii TELEGRAPH COMPANYI
: BELL TELEP18XE AND
Phone 612 Pahokee State Guard during the war arcb
A member of the Presbyterian l1coRi0RArgo
N19 Church a Mason :rinu. Ek aiu

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