Title: Everglades News
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079910/00448
 Material Information
Title: Everglades News
Uniform Title: Everglades News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Belle Glade ; Canal Point, Fla.
Publication Date: July 19, 1946
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 )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079910
Volume ID: VID00448
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32615447
alephbibnum - 001981538
lccn - sn 95026042

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"ice Truly! Dlstmguished Mind

prefers the Provinces'




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RECENT New Being Street Installed Lights jasons Do Honor Of Former Pahokee Resident Passes !I Road To Dike In

OPERATIONS FlClida Power and Light com- To Lodge Officials Irs. W B. Thornton 77, died ata ; Belle Glade ''ViII

pany crewmen: are working this West Palm Beach hospital last I
I By Paul r.ardin week on installing 42 new street A banquet honoring Grand Master : Saturday night after a long ill- : Be Built State
I lights in Pahokee, according to Frank A. Brown and District I II ness and a recent operation. Sht
Marvin Cowart of the streets and I Deputy Grand Master J. G. Weeks I leaves three daughters, \lrs. Alton
Pete de1to'a seems to be off to sidewalks committte under Cpuncilman was served at the Lions Ball Tuesday C. Morris of Gainesville, Irs. J. The State Road department is
a good start as president of the Don Hillier Several months evening by members of the Lee Taylor of Pahokee and Irs. asking for bids to bt received on
Pahokee Rotary club. At yesterday's ago the council authorized Mr. Everglades Masonic Lodge 211 F F. A. Carpenter oC West Palm I II Aug. 1 for rebuilding the road
meeting-the first at which Cowart to make survey in regard & AM. I Beach; one sister, Mrs. J. P. Arm- from the packing houses in Belle
to needed street lights This survey Ellsworth Keen Glade out to the dike
be has presided since being elected worshipful master strong of Bean City; three brothers government ,
president-he handled the gavel was made and the results of the local lodge, was master Oliver and Fossil' Westberry according to a letter received this
like a veteran and gave an inte- shown he council. of ceremonies and introduced the of Daytona Beach and Ezra West- week by County Commissioner
resting and educational report on Urn the survey and recommen- following guests; Most Worshipful berry of Jacksonville. There are Paul Rardin from State Road
the meeting in Orlando of Rotary datic1s made by Mr. Cowart the Grand Master, Frank A. Brown three grand daughters and three Board Member H. B. Fultz
Pahokee governing body made a of Miami Last August Rardin made
officials last week. Pete has sur- : Right Worshipful Roy grand ns. a trip
rounded himself with a group of deal with the power company to L. Martin. grand marshal; High Irs. Thornton lived in Pahokre to Daytona where the state road
install the lights. Several of the District board was in session and his
capable committeemen and his Worshipful Deputy GrandMaster in 1917-18, moving to Daytona upon
new lights are being installed on S. of Ft. request the state board took
Rotary year should be an out- Haynord Iyers: Beach and back to Pahokt't' again over
tanding one, I I Bacom Point road, on the road i! Di t. 20 Right Worshipful DistrictDeputy in 1928. leaving again in 1930 due this particular piece of road for
toward Canal Point out of Pahokee I I Grand Master J. Mactyer to illness and death of Mr. Thorn- state maintenance. In April and
Go\ Millard Caldwell will speak and several on the BarfielJ High-: of district 23, Miami: R. A. Cecil ton. Mrs. Thornton has since made May of this year Hardin sought

at the Belle Glade Rotary club ray area. ... ; Victoria Lodge, Barbados Islands her home with her daughters anad aid of many growers in Belle Cladr
next Friday at noon 18 Members - -- I under jurisdiction of mother lodge hal many friends in the Glades in pointing out to the department
of the Pahokee club have signified Vacation School of England: Right Worshipful Dis- area Burial was in Daytona the necessity of rebuilding the
their intention of attending I II trict Deputy Grand Master J. G. Beach with funeral arrangements stretch of road out to the dike
Weeks, making his first official under the direction of the Ferguson The state department agreed to
_.L-- ConIes To Close I visit to his home lodge in district Funeral Home of West Palm add enough rock to stabilize the

L. It Dixon Iies In I II I 23. 3lrs, Brown and Irs. Keen Beach ..... road and plans call for a bitumi-
were also guests. --- nous surface treatment.
1V. P. Beach hospital The vacation church school and I Following the banquet member Clarence Beard Is This is another in the long list
youth week conducted at the Pa- and officers retired to the lodge of needed roads in the Glades LO
L. R. Dixon, 30, died yesterday hokee Methodist Church for the hall where Senior Warden, A. Q. Ordained To Ministry receive attention of the proper
morning at 10:45 in a West Palm past two weeks will close Friday I Howell and Treasurer V. C. Denton authorities through the co-open-
Beach hospital following an illness evening with a special consecration I escorted the Right Worshipful Dis- Clarence E, Beard, son of the tion of County Commissioner
that struck him on July 4, He service by the comradeship team trict Deputy Grand Master J. G. Hev. S. F. Beard, will be ordained Rardin.
leaves a wife and four children. at the, church. There hu been j Weeks J the tfl.Stlere, he was to the full Gospel Ministry at the Work was halted 'several weeks
They have lived in Canal Point youth activity and supper served at I present with a lamb skin apron I South-Side Baptist Church of Lake ago .z construction ot the ntwboule.ard
for more than a year and he was the church each evening this week I by Grand Mater Bro411. Following City, Florida, Monday night, Aug- from the main street
employed by the sugar company for the youth of the town. the presentation Weeks expressed ust 5th. at 8 o'rlock. On August bridge in Belle Glad out to the
Funeral arrangements have not The commencement exercises for I his gratitude for the honor 19th, Clarence will enter the Har- packing hou es. Heavy rains
been announced. the Vacation Church School will be I bestowed upon him and outlined rison-Chilhowee Baptist Academy caused the rock pit to go under
--.-- conducted at the church at the his aims for the 'ear. at Seymour, Tennessee, as a liniste"ial water and the Belcher Oil Company -
evening worship service hour Sun- Grand Master Brown delivered Student. contractors, are of the opin-
Lions Hear YouthComradeship day. A program will be presented the address of the evening taking He served more than four years ion that work can be resum J
with numbers by the various de- as his subject "Masonry in Florida in the Armed Service, more than within the next few weeks provid-
Team partments of the choo1. Certifi- ," Other grand officers also I two years of which were spent in ing the rains hold oft.
cates will be issued to those at- spoke hriffly. J. V. Thomas and the European theatre. He lived at -.- -
embers of the Youth Comradeship tending. Over a hundred were A. R. Harrington were in charge Pahoket", with his parents, while 10 Boxes Food Sent
team which is assisting with enrolled in the school of the dinner arranlements. Representatives his father was the pastor of the
the vacation church school and ---.-. -- from lodge in Ft. First Baptist Church His father To hungry Peoples
youth week which is being conducted Iyers, Miami. West Palm Beach, is now the pastor of the --
at the Methodist Church 'Voodrov Upthegrovc Stuart, Ft. Pierce, Okeechobet' and South-Side Baptist Church of Lake A committee from the Baptist
this week were guests at the Joins Pahokee Police Belle Glade attended. Approxi- City, where Clarence has been Woman's Missionary Union packed -
weekly} luncheon meeting of the mately 100 were present. actively engaged in the young 10 boxes of food and clothing
Pahokee Lions at the Lions Hall --------. --
Pahokt'e Police Chief A. E. Ir- : peoplf's' work of the Church. for overseas relief Ionday' at the
and participated in the program. gar announces appointment of I Ien's Dinner AtI ---.-.- home of Mrs. J. c. Iock, The
Miss Miriam of Tallahassee -
Woodrow Upthegro\"t' as a memberof I I boxes were sent to Holland, Poland
gave a reading and Miss Methodist Church Legion Posts
the Pahokee Police department. I and Czechoslovaki. Members
Fay Tuten of Deland sang a solo 11r Upthegro\"e is a Canal Point I Dedicate Flags of the committee include: Mrs. M.
accompanied at the piano by Mrs. boy who during the past 28 months A men's dinner and get-together Thompson, Mrs. W. H. Key, Mrs.
H. C. Graham. Other member of has been employed as a member meeting was planned at a meeting At a dinner meeting of the Fred J. E Unwin, Mrs. L. M. lullil,
the team introduced by Frank Roselle of the West Palm Beach police de- of the board of stewards of the and Percy Man field American Mrs. Mock and Miss Elizabeth
were Miss Nell lIowt'S and I Legion Post No. 90 I
partmt'nt. Upon his resignation Methodist Church Thursday: even- and the American Caraway
3hiss Dorothy Howley, from the WPB department the :, ing at the church. The following Legion Auxiliary at the Wom- I The Lottlt' Moon circle of the
C. Steve Brown, city recreational chief, Jack Thompson, had many committee will be in charge of ar- an'b Club Monday evening the new organization will present a Royal
director, announced a swimming nice things to ay about Woodrow rangements and will announce the Legion flags were dedicated with I Service program at a program
class for children and young people In the Pahokee department Wood- I place and date later: Lloyd Ilundley Edward A. Jensen, post commander i and business meeting at the borne
at 9:00: a. m. and a class for adults row will set a fingerprint de- : J. D. Rogers:: J. ,e. Thomas in charge of the ct'rt'mony. 'of Mrs Griffin Gillis Monday aft-
at 1:00 p m. daily at the Lake.A p.rtment. up Slater Brewton Edwin Rice, Melon Mrs. J. E. Wilson, president of 'f'rnoon. Irs. Albert Snyder, program -
letter wu read from Dwight Chief Morgan now has the fol- I Spoonf'r, Mike Sanders and the Legion Auxiliary and Gordon chairman will present the
L. Rogers, congressman from this I lowing members other than Mr.Upthegrove I I Ronald Stanley. Hillier were in charge of the din- program and Mrs J. C. Mock will
district, stating that Pahokee has ner
board arrangements.
Members of the granted
J. C. Tabb, DaveLovell preside.
been placed on the preferred list i I _.
: the and his family a vacation -
pastor "-------- --
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and James Batchelor.
for a Federal Postal Building. -_- -. I I in August. Frank Rozelle way ;!
Group singing 1M by Malcolm Millar ,: named to assist the trustees in I
was conducted. Guests were I. EASY ''YAY TO SUBSCRIBETO
Expect Big Saving having a new roof put on the Sunday -
the Rn' E. So Doherty and Warren I I school annex. The church ;
R. Gibson of Key Wt'.st and H. B. To Florida Growers budget will be set up at the August

Collin.of_Pahokt't.. I meeting it was announced \
1I.UIIThe Florida Vegetable I I' Prior to the meeting a dinner The Everglades News
rOnn I'STOIlSITS Committee estimates that a saving I Icf for members of the beard and i .rr .
from .a.OO.OOO to S6.00OOO) ann 'their wives was served in the social Ii I n CANAL POINT, FLA.
Rev. and Mrs. E. S Doherty ot :::3-!! will bt' made vegetable : hall with Mrs, 11. C. Graham and \
Key \\'t5t were visitors in Paho- growers of this country when the Irs. J. '". Thomas ho.. tt."! fS. a Flll In The Blank Below Send $2.Ie
kte and Canal Point on Tuesday 10 per cent ad valorem} duty i:11 . I'I' With It ABd tou1J Cd ne Paper
and Wednesday of this wffk. Rn' removed from the United States rO.\flu )1tf:T :/ Neat Wetk.
Doherty is supplying at the Methckiizt I shipments into Canada. Florida I
church in Stuart during the growers in particular will benefit :: ST. PETEP.sBt'P.G- Florida -
pa. tr.s'acaUon period. Rt\ ''I the committee points out. coaches and officials Khoo!. NAME ___ ___
Doherty 15 a former pastor of the The recommfndAtion for this r.- :: scheduled at the Florida Military
Methodist church In Canal Point mol'aJ made at a recent trade I I Academy during July opened for

and has many friends In this section conference between the two countries -I registration last 'etk. The first EOX O, - --. -. CITY ___ __. __ -_ ___
who were harp to see him and b expected to bt adopted i i class was under the direction of
and Mrs. Doherty during their aU before Florida' winter marketing -I II Pay Wolf of the University of Tear Out This Cody and Mail Today

too short \i5it. season uri,..!. .4rida.

Two 'The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, July 19, 195
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----clirRo OF CHRIST, l:lo\\ing from the Bible: "That "Science and Health with Key to
SCIENTIST which was from the beginning, I the Scriptures" by Mary Baker \
"Life," i3 the subject of the Le3son.Sermon -I which we have heard which we .Eddy: "Because Life is God Life
the Lake Okeechobee
Serving Farming Region '
which will be read in have seen with our eyes, which we must be eternal, self-existent. Life
Established 1924 Published Every Friday Churches of Christ, Scientist, :have looked upon, and our hands is the everlasting I Am, the Being
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance throughout the world on Sunday, !have handled, of the Word of life: who was and is and shall be, whom
July 21. : (For the life was manifested and i nothing can erase" (p. 259:32-2)),
The News Is Entered at the Post Office ...
Everglades The Golden Text is: "I shall not we have seen it. and bear witness, -- ---
In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class lIatter. die, but live, and declare the works I and shew unto you that eternal Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Herring accompanied -
of the Lord , God is the Lord, life which was with the Father, by their daughter, Mrs.
Paul Hardin Editor and Publisher which hath sheaved us light" (Ps and was manifested unto us") Edward A Jensen and daughters
118:17,27): The wson-Sermon also includes I Donna Gale and Patsy Ann left
Little Jack had been so presistently naughty that his Among the citations which com- the following passages from the Sunday to visit relatives in Alabama -
him bedtime prise the wson-Sermon is the fol- Christian Science textbook, for several weeks.
mother had to give a good spanking. Finally

came, and in his prayers h2 asked a blessing on all the members - - -- ----- ---- - -- -
of the family individually except one. Then, rising, he
turned to his mother with a triumphant look, saying as he aao aaaoaaa U1 on, mOver aD
climbed into Led: "I s'pose you noticed you wasn't in it?"-
Empire State \Iagazine.
500 Plans

The Stomach Griever o aD

A doctor friend said to me the other day: "I'\'e had to And More nD
stop putting American magazines in my waiting room. Their Coming aD
technicolor food advertisements upset my patients, whose

food is so mono-chromatic." That is as profound an observation D We are offering the people of the Glades a complete plan service for
as in the current newspaper debate between doctors
any D homes, apartments, hotels, stores, anything where plans are used With 0
whether nation undernourished.
as to we, as a are
What the eye sees, the stomach grieves about. The gray D no obligation, come in and look them over, or call for an appointment. If
monotony of usage meat makes us feel our diet is inade- iiJ you select one or more there will be a small charge for the print, but at the
quate.-London New Statesman. D fraction of having them drawn by an individual architect aD

Freedom's Goal \\'e can, if you desire, build for you on our property or your own-any (

The fact that under free institutions the people of the D place in the Clades.Geiger. (
United States have achieved the highest standards of living D dD
'found anywhere in the world seems to hare confusd many aD
in this country into the belief that freedom means to reach d
the goal of ease and comfort. But the fruit of freedom is I Lumber Co1
not primarily a full stomach or more radios, automobiles,
nylon stockings, refrigerators, fur coats, and labor- a'ingde'ices.
The fruit of freedom is a lifting of the human VICTOR L. GEIGER PAIIOliEEI
spirit above the creat\1re comforts of life to a point where I
they become minor items in the journey of man through the
world-Burlington (\1.) Free Pres

Where Our Sugar Goes

Hou5ewive were naturally greatly surprised to learn that i
the government has set aside some 2,000,000 pounds of
sugar for export, and that Russia is negotiating for the
whole amount the only question at issue being the matter
of price. Russia is said to be asking for some shading of I No Wheat used
the price which is now fixed at G?. cents a pund. The American -
people would be glad to take the 2,000,000 pounds and
they would not be haggling over the price even at several

cents But more.this is not the only sugar that is going to foreign in Beer Ale
countries while the people at home are going without. The or
government is sending sugar to many other countries, in
amounts that may reach one billion pounds by the end of ,
this )'ear. The department of agriculture spokesman said
he had no specific information about the 2.000,000 pounds
going to Russia, although it would seem that department ODAY, wheat is needed 10 feed the world's hungry .
ought to know when our own people are on such rations.- T
Jackson (pliss.) Daily News. people Although wheat has never hecn a large

Florida Prison Report item in the brewing process, the hrewing industry

If you hire a man to guard prisoners and pay him only has nscd nu wheat wlustsoc\.cr since thc food crisis
$40 a month, you get only 40 worth of service or possibly
even less. That, as we interpret it, is the crux of the very arose in Iart'h. AU of us-every Alucril all-can hell
excellent federal report on Florida's prison system which
has just been submitted at the request of Governor Caldwell. during this emergency by cooperating with these three
The gist of the report is that Florida's prison system is sad.ly -
) inadequate and badly in need of being brought up to date, recolumelulatious front the Pru.sidcnt's Famine Etuer.geney -
reconstructed in the light of modern penological practices
now being followed by the federal government and by many CouuuiUce:
The report looks beyond punishment of a crimin21. It pre-
supposes that a prisoner will be duly punished, but it also 1.
Cut down on wheal products lhird fats
one' ; on
takes congnizance of the fact that a vast percentage of
prisoners eventually gain their freedom and therefore need
to he rehabilitated as much as possible during their period and oils one-fourth
of impr gonment. L. F. Chapman, superintendent of the
tate prison farm, was on the carpet recently because a
dozen prisoner escaped from the institution at Raiford. He 2. '
and the
quite properly refused to take the rap for Florida prison conditions Buy serve more plentiful

generally, pointing out that his program is limited
hr the men and l'tluipment the money allowed for the state
prison system will obtain lie stressed especially the low "

par allowed for guard and other peronne1. 3. W 3te 10 food
It's a very familiar platitude among moneyminded Ameri-
cans that you get just about what you pay for. That applies
to prison help as well as school teachers, household furnishings .
hardware and office help The federal report says
. prison employes are not only lowpaid but also have to work
unreasonably long hour and have too many dutie It adds I
a note of emphasis by saying that the tate can hardly ex-
IkCt better performance than it is now getting for the price
it i is paying. Certainly, under present l living costs. it i is not
now l possible to get fully competent men to work for salaries 1
from $-l0 to $100 a month In fact, all the state departments I N,tOfr1 iJQ
have been rapidly losing their better qualified men to private I /"
business because of the much higher salaries offered : i 5
by private business.
In the final :analysis the federal report says simply that f4jr0u SHARE A MEAL EVERY DAY
if Floridians are really ashamed of their neglected pri..un M I'll(IJAX
system and want to improve it. they will have to spend more
money than i is now being spent. But the report i5 comprehensive -
md practical in that it includes spedfie suggestion BREWING COMPANY.' Jacksonville FloridaPage
for imrf\\'ement. It i is a report that should not be dismissed . I I
]ighth' It has a fundamental bearing on Florkh' future.-
Lakeland: LNg r. I

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r You can help . right in your own kitchen. Fats and

oils are scarce. In the famine areas of the world, men

{ 0 and women would fight to get the used kitchen fat

., .4 you throw in your garbage or wash down the drain.

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0 Use and reuse your kitchen

h h+ t. : fats and turn in your surT& -

. :! \ plus grease for four cents

a pound. It is used here

:) .4 at home to help make

soap and other products,
4 .4 ' Y m and releases fresh food

,f\ i, f ., \ : .r fats for shipment overseas.

Save every drop.I .






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Beliereing the food conservation }program to I

worthy of ever 'one's wholehearted support, I I
I and knowing that a little bit of food conserved :
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: in every home will go a long way toward relieving .

I hunger fn foreign lands, the above advertisement .

.. is sponsored by


Pahokee Dry Goods Company Kahn's Department Store

"\Vhere Quality Meet; Econon1Y" "First With The Ne\\

Pahokee, Florida Pahokee, Florida

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Page Four The E..erglades Sews, Canal Point, Florida Friday, July 19, 19t6

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visiting her brothers-iu-law and Unvin Baker 1fL.UIIThe P and 0 Steamship ly announced here last week.The .
'ister3.Ir.. and 1Irs. J. L. Hatton Company owned jointly by the Atlantic steamship Florida has beea

- and Mr. and Irs. Ralph Stanley The wedding of MISS Louise Coast Line and the Florida I turned back to the company by the

and families in Pahokee.Mr. Elaine Baker daughter: of Mr. and East Coast P.ailroad3.ill resume Government: and Is being completely -

and Irs. J. D. Rogers spent Irs. William A. Baker of Canal operations between Florida and reconditioned for passenger ser-

Monday in Cle\\iston on business. Point and David \\'. Un\\n. son of Cuba late this fall it was official- I i "ice.

Mr. and Irs. I. J. Frasure, Jr., I Mr. and Irs. J. E. Unwin of Paho-
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Mr. and Mrs. Max Ammons left have as their house guests Irs. i kee will take place at the Canal

Friday for Jacksonville where they Frasure's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Point Baptist Church Sunday at 5

will visit Mrs. Ammons' father E. Ietcalf and daughters, Audrey p. m. Miss Theresa Connell will I

Rufus Lowder. Before returning and Marjorie of Tampa be the maid of honor and Horace Notice To Growers and Planters

to their home in Pahokee they Irs. Izetta Kautz is visiting relatives Uninill be his brother's best

will visit in North Carolina. They and friends in Tennessee man Charles Baker brother of

expect to be away for a month. and Arkans3.3. the bride.elect and Marvin Un.n

Mr. and Irs. H. Williams and H. L. Hatton of West Palm will be ushers. The bride will be Farmers Production Credit Association will have I

family who have been spending Beach is visiting his svn, J. L. Hat- given in marriage by her father. a representative at the office of )1. P. Holman, :

several months in West Palm ton and family in Pahoke this . Inc", in Pahoke each Friday, beginning July 12 : I

Beach have returned to their home week. Hamilton County through August 15, 1946, between the hours of I

in Pahokee.Mr. Mr. and Irs. Ralph Grimes and 10 a. m. and 3 p. m., to process applications for !
and Mrs. W. H. May and daughter Rebecca accompanied byMrs. Votes Dry 764.708 farm financing :
and Donna Lynn
children Grimes' mother Irs. C. A.
from several weeks{ JASPER Hamilton u n t I
have returned co y 8.15.46i !
Shire have returned from Raleigh! .
Ft. Beach. last week when voters ,
1Iyers went
vacation on several dry
N'. C. where they spent
Mrs. Iyers fountain ig the how weeks vacation.Mr. by a margin ot 56 votes ruled out J ;

Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Arn sale of ,
guest of and Irs. \1. P. Holman and the "intoxicating liquor -
strong in Coconut Grove. wine and beer." The final count
is spending family have as their house guests rrl? nn, ,,n+,n+,nnnnnnrnnnnrnnnnn',nn+,n,rnn,y
Mrs. L. W. Armstrong Mr. and 1trs. Paul Gissendaner of was 708 for a "wet" county to 761 ,
time with her sister, Mr!. "
Pinekard Ala. ... Fine Clothes For
John Bowers, who underwent a .-
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gant and HERBERT'S
second operation in a hospital i in Mr. and Mrs. W. P... Kaufman
Mr. and Mrs. Byron Todd are tour Men and- Women
Orlando recently.Mrs. and son Rexford have returned
Bertha Starling and her ing the states. They will visit Niagara from New York and Detroit where TAILORED TO IEASURE
Falls N. Y. Yellowstone
daughter, Irs. Becky Starling and they visited relatives and friends Hare Your Ladies Clothes Tailored '
and California.Mr.
her daughter Judy have gone to Wyoming --r..-

Ft. Iyers Beach where they havp and Mrs W. H. Jones have TALL'HASSEE. FLORIDA A Ian's Tailor

taken a cottage for a month.J. returned from Ft. M'en Beach, NOTICE JULY 8th, 19-16 Ii IiBOX

L. Hatton and son Joe L. Hal where they spent several weeks NOTICE is hereby given that the AL BELCHER

ton, Jr., have returned from set vacation Trustees of the Internal Impro\'ement I
Fund of the State of Flortda. Pursuant
f'ral days fishing trip to Salem, Miss Dot Tucker is visiting Mis to Law vill offer for sale. for obJections 876 AHOKEE I '
Mr. and Irs. Louis Davis ar Jane Mitchell in Knoxville, Tenn. only. In Tallaha see. Flortda. at I 1= \
11:00: o'clock A. M. August 20th. 19-16.
visiting relatives in Gainesvill ftl1ovtn2 described lands tn PAUl .
\tr. and Mrs. Dick Walkins tf the I I \
will week at BEACH COUNTY:
later they spend a
West Palm Beach were the weekend
A parcel of sovereignty land adjacent -
Ft. M'ers Beach. guests of Mr. and \Irs G. H to an unnumbered Lot be.tween .
The Rev. and Mrs. C. T. Ho..esanti Lots A.67 and A-68. Section
Tucker of Canal Point.
family had as week end guests 18. Township South Range 31 I
Mr. and Irs. W. H. Webb recently East described as follows:
Mr and Irs. Luther Deamer anti Begin at the NE Corner of Lot A-63. Ii I Qo
and visited relatives in Daytona afore:taid. thl'nre. N 29 degrees 41'West
dau hter, Betty and Alline son ACCORDIONS od
I Beach where they had a family re- 9U5 feet. along the East i
Jack from Lewis Town, Pa., their : Lot Line of Lot A68. projected:
son.in.law and daughter, 1tr. and union. thence North 58 degrees 12' 40"

Mrs. Warren R. Gibson: of Key I I Mr. and Ir.5i. Charles \\'. Kennen Line East: 500 thence feet South along the 29 degrees U S. R-W 41' .-111-10 Basses iJ

West and their son, Thomas who is and children Neil and Anita Louise East 9404 feet to the NE :
left this week for Lake Worth Corner of Lot A-67; thence South 0a -
with a youth comradeship team at
i 51 degrees 10' 30" West 50 feet to a
Pine Castle this week. : where they will visit relatives for I the P">int of Bfgtnntng. I

It F. Hurt spent \\'edne3day in I a week. Later thewill visit Mrs. The Purchaer Is to pay the a\'fr- !
I Using co..t. RUSS HENDRSON
Miami on business.Mr. Kennen's parents Mr. and Irs. E.I THE TRUSTEES OF INTERNAL ut.PRO'EMf.T Qd I II

and Mrs. M. L. Adams have: O. Murphy in Miami.Maj. FUND reserve the rtght I I

returned to their home in Canal I I and Mrs. P. Andrew Keyes to BY reject ORDER any of and the all Trustees btdi. of the In.t'rnal Phone 649 West Palm Beach 0ao

Point after spending two weeks: and daughter Andrea visited Irs. Improvement Fund of the State

with relatives in Glenwood, Ga.Mrs. I i Keyes' parents Mr. and Mrs. R.W. cf Florida.Millard F. Caldwell Govern : cr ca occ aao a a aIloiiiogeiiizeilVitaiiiin UI

J. \V. Batchelor b visiting Sanders of Pahokee enroute to Attest:
f' C. Elliot Stc.
relatives In Griffin, Ga., this week Macon, Ga., where he was transferred rustees I. I. Fund I
Barbara Weathers of Miami' t this wl'ek. He was formt'rIly Pub: Jaly 19. 26. Aug. '

the house guest of her grandp- 3n Air Inspector at Miami Bill- -IS-TIIF- -CIRCUIT- - -- corRT.- ISsn rOR I

cats, Mr. and trs. 1\'. P. Walker more in Coral Gables. P.\DI m\fll COUNTY. rumlD.\ I
fllSCW SO. 21.111
In Pahokee. T. L. Burns who has been a pat- PRANK ORNSTEIN :
Mrs. Ernest LinJrose, sr., is theguest ient at the Everglades Memorial: Plaintiff :

of her son-In.law and daughter Hospital in Pahokee, is convalescing PLORENCEyORNSTEIY.
Mr and Irs. W. E. Swan! Defendant. :
Ga. with rela-
in Waycro ,
who are spending the summer itHtnder. Lives and friends. He was accompanied -, TO FLORENCE NOTICE ORNSTFdS TO \PIJr.\R 487 R.LPH'ESUE. I : D iII11io.:4

onvil1e, N. C.Mr. by Irs. Burns and their \\ BROOKLYN NEW YORK: ,
and Irs. H. D. Clark of You are hereby required to appear tnthf I :
daughter Ann Rita. I above Court on the 19th day of
Bab.ion Park will arrive in Pahokee 'uguot. A. D. 19-16. at the Court House : .
Intermediate members of the I
where they will visit relatives i In West Palm Beach Palm Beach -
youth fellowship group at the aunty Florida to answer to the Bmof
over the week end. I Complaint for divorce rued again
methodist church who will attend
Mrs. Y. A. Harris of Gains\'ille 13 ,'ou 1:1 the above entitled cause and AVAILABLE AT YOUR
summer assembly camp at Camp i everglades hews, a newspaper rrgular!}
the house guest at her son-n lan' iubiished In Paint Beach County
Auburndale Anna :
Rotary near are;
and daughter, Mr. and Irs. H. LSpeer 'lorida is hereby designated ai the GROCERY STORE
Elliott, Rita shall bepubl1shf'd
Lee Hurt Patsy nt'wspaper tn which this order
and family in Pahokee. '
Fay Hurt, Mary Ann Howes and or..rt' each week for four
Miss Betty Jean cL..1rty returned conM'cuti\'e weekly issues.
Bobby Schroder. They will leave DOSE AND ORDERED at West Palm -0--0-
to her home this week from
Ionday and be away for a week. I Bpa'h. Palm Beach Count Florida
Ft. Lauderdale where she visited his 17th day of July A. D. 1946.J. I
her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs Mr. and trs. Fred Parrish and I Alex Arnette Palm Clerk Beach of
Circuit Court
ClYtie: DooLittle who are spending laughter Sylvia art pending se- County. Florida. LFA
several weeks on the beach there. oral weeks vacation on Pompano I Circuit Court anDy :i
Thaddle- P. Plant.
Miss Mary tullis Is the guest of Beach. Deputy Clerk. I

her cousin, Miss Carol 1\'agner In Miss Patsy Cornell of Ft. Lauderdale Thadd Whlddt'n. Attorney
fir PantUt. Pahokte.F1orta. .
West Palm Beach this week. is the house guest of her .

Mr. and trs. Rupert Mock and brother-In. and sister, Mr. and j Pub: July 19. 26. August 2. 9. 19-16 .

Mr and Irs. Lewis Friend are Mrs. \\'. R.; Kaufman. XOTIC: OP IXTE.\ IOX-- -- TO- Phone 20 Belle Glade, Fla

spending several days in New :\ C. A. Shire lw returned I IIrs. IEGISTEIi FICTITIOUS S.UIE

York City and Philadelphia. While to her home in Pahokee after Notice is hereby .given that the I

In Philadelphia they will attend pending several days with her underslgnt'd, doing business as the I ,

the Lions National convention sister-in.law, Irs. Oda Shire who Glades Aviation Company pursuant -

there. is a patient the Good Santari- to Section 8135.09 Florida Statutes -
Mr. and Irt. Frank Friend and tan Hospital inVest Palm Beach. =-
H41. Intend to rt'gisterth I""
Mrs. A. E. Morgan and I j
daughter ..fI I I
Ralph Grimes is visiting his the Clerk of the Circuit Court

her daughter, Miss Lois Morgan pother in Tampa this week.Mr. I Palm Beach County, Florida the FOR THOSE LEAKY ROOFS
and their and
granddaughters Kay ,
and airs. O. M. j IackIur.. firtitiou3 name of ; !
Cynthia Friend accompanied by I ,LADES A1A110CO IPAundt'r ::
by have turned from Miami
Miss Betty Unwin are spending 1Ve cote Supreme Liquid 5 Gal
where they pent three weeks. I which I am engaged in bu..int'ss -

some:.time George in n.C. Iyeri 11cL3rty Beach.Mr. spent. Mr. and \Irs. Robert Phipps have in Pahokt'tI, Florida. Ashestos Hoof Coating. --......._...... SJ.5S:
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several days the t of hey 1 returne-d from North Carolina :
as gue+ t EXTRA Y.\l.rE:
whrre several weeks. : Pub: June 25. July 5, 12. 19. 191&
they spent

Mrhen hrother.in.bw Blakey and In sister Orlando Mr. this and I Mr. and Irs. Robert Simon :t i iand NOTICE Swing Blades (Lasy Boy) .............. 75c

week.Mr.. sons David and Roger accompanied !. Sealed bids will be received bye This is i l le :; than Cot:
I ,
and Mrs. Raymond Caruthus by It J. Simon m will leave CIty of Pahoktt', Flonda at I Ithe -------
. and suns Riymond. Sydney, this week for a visit with relatives City Hall until 8:00: pm.. July i

and Eugene, Mr. and Mrs. Claude in Girard. Decatur and Pt"Oril. Ill.I I 23.I 19tG, for the furnishing of dry ..JijOOx 19

R Jones and Mr. and Irs. W. A. bc'tore they return to their home I Iin themical feeders for the Pahokeety I Tire H". . 511.6S Tube . . ., 52.60

Stevens and daughter Blanche are Pabok they \\ill1.31t Mr. Water Plant. ; - - --

spending a week at SlIt Springs Simons n's brother S. E. Simo1. ; ?pecificatior. covering the cqulp. Galvanized Measure Cans

near Ocala.The son in Arkansas.Florida I I mt'nt tD bt furnished may be exnined -
Rt\ Stanley Smith an In- at the office of the City

dian missionary the Seminole and the Nation will parclpate ';C1trk. City Hall or may 1k' :WCured : Quart 81.25 Half (:al. 51.60

Indians at D.Dtill fill the pulpit 10 "S.lfety on the Farm :frDU Smith & GilIt'spit. Engineers. :

at the Pahokee Baptist Church for Wttk," July 21 to 27. The Florida'ifety P. O. Box 1045. Jacksonville I. Gallon size .. .81.900

the remaining Sundays 10 Jut)'. Council in connection with I Florid I
Thomas: }h,"' sill return to his {I otht'r organizations hopes to again I Irt The City reserves the right to .

borne in Pahokt't Monday followins 'e't national recognition in this :r lest any or all bids and to'walve'ormalit

; several weeks rent in 3 youth work. stated Director Asher Frank I j jin .!' e.,. j 'Western Auto Associate Store

comradeship t tam conducting Tampa. Th cooperation of CITY OF PAHOKEEBr J

church schools all over the state. in S safety program pa'sbig II IItarmtu W. P. WaIkt'r.City I. 31. LAIR Owner PAHOi\EE, FI4A.

Mrs. It K Strong has returned w\'iJecdJ L'1 increased productl Clerk. I "

to her home in Scotia. N. \. after \)A.and better h. :11Ct j I P.b: June 24. July 5. 12. S 19,1946'i >> --: -- -




Friday July 19. 1946 The Everglades News, Canal ?oint, Florida Page: Flue

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Weather Ideal In Optometrists Met I I

HOME State For Air CorpsTAMPAFlorida's In i liami Beach : I

ideal condi- MIAMI BEACH- Iore than 100 I
WARCharles tions and facilities for 'ear-around optometrists from all sections of

aviation that first brought the Florida gathered in Miami Beach i Ambulance Service
Army Air Forces to the state 10
Tyler Jackson, Jr., who last week for the first state con-
years ago, again put Florida in vention of the Florida
Optometri5t3 -
U. S. for
has been in the Navy
three years has returned to his the runnnig last week for still Association held since Pearl Pahokee Ph 2301 Belle Glade Ph 247

home in Pahokee and will receive greater air developments in the Harbor.

his discharge. For the past It near future Speakers included outstanding -- .I

months he has been stationed in As the Army Air Forces shifted authorities in the field of optometry. -

the Philippine Islands. He'is the from a war to peacetime organi- -

son of Mr. and Irs. C. T. Jackson zation, it had in the planning stage At the close of the three day !, i ,I

of Pahokee. hitherto undreamed of expansion .I session the following officers were I
-- ... in jet and rocket research, calling elected to serve for th coming

for the establishment of a $300000,000 ,- I year: Dr. George Copeland, Jack-
Hospitals Stymied experimental center and. sonville, President; Dr. Walter A New Booklet

I By Nurse Shortage other developmnts. Kennedy, Sarasota, Tom Moor,
Army Air Forces engineers are Tallahassee and John Keene, Or- FictionDDT

ORLANDO -- Reporting that now seeking a site for this center lando, Vice Presidents and Carroll Facts and

more than 65 percent of 1,060 hos- where the Air Forces will carryon Ezell of Jacksonville, SecretU'y-:

pitals surveyed in the nation now research in supersonic aircraft, treasurer. The association voted

have unused beds and 23 percent space rockets guided missles and to hold its 19-11 convention in 8t. I

of all hospitals have been forced electronic.s. The requirements are: Petersburg.

to close wards, beds and entire (1) A coastal area; (2)) Large -----.. has just been published from the pen of C. FIadeberg :

wings due to the acute shortage blocks of economical electric power I
manager of the Insecticide Division of
available for
continuously a power Dormitory To House I I
of nurses, the National Nursing .
Council this week is launching a load of 1,000,000 horsepower; ((3)) 300 UF Students the Kilgore Seed Company, which indeed is a most !
Large quantities of the coldest
nation-wide appeal for 30,000 ad-
ditional nursing students. possible water having a relatively I timely and informational treatise which should be .
high natural purity with respect to JACKSONVILLE Erection of
Aiming their appeal at women : ;
mineral content and corrosive a permanent dormitory at the Uni- in the hands of every progressive f rmer.
between the age ot 18 and 3t years
versity of Florida at a cost of
characteristics; ((4) Temperate
who are high school graduates, the
clear weather conditions; ((5) Ade- $750,000 was recommended by the
Council appealed for immediate
registrations by these women in quate transportation and com- Staate Board of Control. To the end that this is possible lii1gore has
munication facilities; ((6)) A loca- The building would house ap-
the nearst recognized training tion near main trunk rail lire.s and proximately 300 students. The j supplied the stores at Belle Glade and Paho-

Pointing out that nursing execu- highways air fieltls.; ((7)) Space for surrounding board of $910,000 also requested for an addition the allocation to the i I kee with a limited number of these booklets,

tives now earn as high as $8,000
at the
The requirements are essentially library university, $300.000 which are free application They book-
annually, the Council declared that for an addition to the upon are
those that attracted the Air Forces chemistry
nursing schools provide the equiv- to Florida in 1936, and met ideally building and $350,000 for a class- lets that should be preserved for the farmer'slibrary
alent ot a college education at a room building.
by Florida offerings. The only
minimum cost, preparing the stu- question is the choice of a partic- The board also approved an increase as it will be a work often sought for, the
dent for life time of usefulness
a in the revolving fund at the
whether she chooses marriage a ular section. Florida Agricultural and Mechanical -i latest and best information on nDr and its companion .
The project is being by
nursing career or both. Asking for
that interested women register Iaj. Gen. Curtis E. Le lay, deputy 53,000 College to $10.000, Negroes where summer from I insecticides, for it contains the formula
chief of air staff for re.seacrh.
Immediately in the nt'arst rrog- .- enrollment is the largest in the and manner of use of all the combinations possible
nizd training school, a special ap- history of the school.

peal for registrants was made by Must Advertise If --- I of this important new WOXUEn insecticide, along

Orlando the Oran2'e, Fla..General an approved Hospital hospital at Juice Is To Be Sold The "Carib Queen- -," first of the with its chemical history and adapted use .

which conducts an accredited fleet of super-ferries planned oy i I II
I: TA IPA-J. Adams Bruce, president -
training school. the Gulf Atlantic Transportation.
of Bruce's Juices, speak-
Added burdens of increased birth Company, for service between Key
rate and thousands of returning ing before the Tampa Advertising West and Havana, will be launched
Club traced the history of his or- I KILGORE SEED CO1
sick and wounded veterans has increased I July 25 according to H. G. Williams I
ganization from its small start 20 :
a national emergency that GATCO Pre:ident. I
years ago;: when It began bottling I i
must be alleviated within the
Citrus juice for local consumption I Pahokee Belle Glade !
shortest time possible, the Council
to the present day and stated that !

said. .. ---- 18,000,000 cans of citrus and vegetable Classified Ads I Phone 3201 Phone lOG i
I last .
juices were shipped IAN I
Seafood By Air Is I season. I ISEI..IC II I II
tanks and grease traps! II I
He warned that the day Is fast
Plan it Perry approaching when citrus canners cleaned and repaired. Phone I
3872, Bob Douthit, Pahoke M17c'''
and shippers will have to give serious -
PERRi-Plans for the shipment consideration to advertising ----- - - ,
FOR SALE: Three bed.r 0 0;
of eafoods from Taylor county if to
and merchandising we are
houses -close In and nearly new, I
and surrounding area was discussed market our 68,000,000 boxes of in Pahokt'e, Liberal terms. Price INVENTORY OF OUR STOCK I
at a meeting held here last fruit, which in another two or
$6,000. C. A. Bailey, Phone 70. SHOWS SOME
\\'eek. three years will increase to 120
Belle Glade.
The involves tie-In with StAp2t3chrOlt
plan a
million boxes.
a super-farmer's market. William Bruce said that Florida is being SALE: Fine display of New I NEW\ RARE IERCHANDISE .

L. Wilson, State Farmer's Market challenged by California and Texas and reconditioned trailers. Small

Director and J. T. Hurst of the and we can hold our leadership down payment balance like rent. ,
I j You hare all been waiting for an assortment of ,
State Shellfish Commission were merch- i iI
only through an aggressive We have three lots and carry a .
principle speakers at the meeting i andisnig and advertising program. Seventy-five thousand doll a r s'! Aluminum md Granite Household ware. \'ell, we
which was attended by farmers, I stock, we surely can solve your now have it for you, including most every tyPe of

fishermen and business leadert. EMBARGO: OS CATTLEORLANDOAction hou.ing problem. Arthur Trailer utensil, including those large size . .
It Is hoped that shipment of sea- Sales, Fast main St. Pahokee. :

food can bt started soon. was taken from 10 to 9
Open a. m. p. m. i ALUMINUM 1 ROASTERS AND
by the Florida Farm Bureau last daily including Sunday tfch I
I I week to place an embargo on the
shipment of cloven hoof animals SPENCER supports Individually National Pressure Cookers !

If In Need Of . . coming directly from Texas, where designed. Phone 4291 for ap-
Brahman cattle from hoof and pointment. Irs. E\ie 1... Keen, j
I This i is picnic and outing time and no outfit is I
Box 151, Canal Point, n3. JHp
mouth of Brazil have re- I
j I complete without a Little Brown Jug water cooler.
Fresh and Salt
been imported.
portedly federal nUt S.l.E: Easter lily planting They come in enamel with either spigot or snout !
Directors also called on the -
for speedy action bulbs, $1.00 per dozen 100 for and aluminum tip drinking cup They are really :
'Vater Fish regarding government the critical grain and too de1i\'errd. W. \\'. Summ rlin. nice and convenient. I
Lake Placid, Fla. ltpd I
feed shortage situation and while I Soap Powder-good for household use, cleaning

expressing sympathy with the effort LOST: Post hole digger and piling cars or family washing. Better get some while i
ot this nation to provide grain augur. Please return to I.
the supply is a\'aiJahle.
Oysters &Shi'intpin for Europe, point out that American ,Guthrie in Pahokee. S'I
stock should materials in all forms in demand
dairy and poultry Spraying are now -
season not be allowed to starve and the iron S.\I.t:: Vacant Lot in Pahokee and we can supply you with the dust or

nation's ability to produce dairy i business section. $3.000.00. :' liquid combinations, a5 well as the sprayers for
Dan Phone 25i1. UTCI'Cli
: Carpenter
and poultry products curtailed for I their use Keep flies and hug down, use frequently -

Hens and Fryers lack: of fetd. .-- ; ron Hila: Haul anything : I on your garbage cans as a health safety meas-

I go anywhere. Can 3331,
Fresh Dressed wort.n .\rCUlmT SCHOOl. I John Ha nhok e, }la A9cgFOR ure. ,I
TAMPA -Tru.,teu of the University __ Lawn rten ih-Shears, Sprayers, Hake, hoes,

of Tampa took the first : S.Il.r.: Celery supplies and Scythes, Hose and Fertilizers. for grass and flow-
steps last week in a program to equipment a.i follows: Ont Ford
re Satisfy ers.
. s have the school accredited by Sub-soiler; 1000 A-Framt' 50

voting to sIgn a ('or.tractith the Sl't'dBt"d covers slightly uSt'd M i Tin Ho11i:11.tlI)1\'AREBETZNEIESTHE

American City Bureau to manage 'pounds celery seed Xo 763. XoI I
UpthegroveFish a campaign for a $50.000 Erdowrnent I 763 short pascal; One celery'

Fund. $500.000 is the mini- I sprayer mounted on Farmall tract-
Market mum amount the hool could have i or; One P..ain-maktr equipped With
and be entitled to Pon accredited 11-4 mile pipes; One Fannall F-12:

st1tus The fund raising 'am- Tractor with metal whetu. One
Phone 585 p..1iill be conducted this FaU. : Holland Celery tran.splanter. ZOOI)

officIals said.Florida's : celery field boxes almost new 50) II.\HU"\HE STORE i
--. I Ii field boxes used One Ford cultivator -
next to Elks Club i ;
first commercial ramie tntchu. First come fast I

in Pahokee crop is now being harvested 1.1 the ji strnd. See 1. W. Knight at
Everglades by the Florida Ramie Knight Farms one mile south of I

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Page Sic The Everglades New:. Canal Point, Florida Friday, July 19. 1946
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Cinematic Chatter I Chaplin.laugh how The boys under have cooked the title upa Dot Tuck Honored In InGn [U4 [ lJ

By Malcolm Millar "Abbott and Costello in Holly- Upon Graduation n a
I In the cast with the boys are I Mr. and Irs. G. H. Tucker were 0
Well, folks, I know this is not Frances Rafferty, Robert Stanton, I hosts at a chicken dinner at their
the best weather in the world to I Jean Porter, Warner Young, Rags home in Canal Point recently honoring STEAKS CHICKEN CHOPS
subject anyone to undue exercise, Ragland, Mike Mazurki, Carlton G. their daughter, Miss Dot
but . If you attend the Prince I I Anderson, and many other names Tucker, who graduated from the Q W'e Specialize In Home Cooking p
Theatre on Thursday or Friday I in Hollywood. Everyone in the State College for Women in Tallahassee
you will find yourself subjected to cast turn in incomparable preformances in June, and their son Old Fashioned Bar.B.Qd
the most violent exercise . and there are a bevy of George H. Tucker, Jr., who is a
especially around the midriff sec- beautiful gals who "trip the light I junior at the University of Georgia 14 East rain Street Pahokee, Fla.mm .
tion, because you will find your- fantasi (as they used to say in at Athens, and who are home for a a
self indulging in spine twisting I'
the West.) vacation. Guests were: Miss Jean
(pardon the vulgarity) "belly The picture takes one on a sort ,Ryan of Dania; Miss Dora Golden mm{
laughs". Why?, you ask. of sight-seeing tour of all of the : of St. Petersburg, :Miss June Cot- '
Here is you reason. Abbott and Important movie studios and lots, 'tingham, :Mr. and Ir9. Perry Duke. , 1,
Costello, whom I know I can I i introduces you to some of the lead-i Edgar Wilder, and W. A. Stevens, i
state, without fear of contradiction ing stars at their work and gives I Jr. of Pahokee and Walker Fears : Trees Vines Shrubs Citrus i
are the screwiest "hokum" you a barrel of thrills in the bar- i of Belle Glade. ,
comics to work in Hollywood films i,gain.Of. I .- of all sizes and varieties for r
since the days of The Keystone course the boys dig up some
Cops, Buster Keaton and Charlie of their "bJackout bits" from the Joyce Lynn Hurt your Selection.LANDSCAPING. I

old Burle-Q days, but they have Has Birthday Party
some new ones to add that will

give you fresh Jaughs. 1lrs. R F. Hurt was hostess at as you like it. We are organized and equipped to doa
For instance, there is the telephone -I
PAL EACH dinner her
a birthday honoring thorough job from plans to completion of planting.
bit that Costello goes daughter, Joyce Lynn on her ninth
COUNTRY CLUB through that is one of the funniest birthday anniversary at her home
bits yet to be done by these comics. in Pahokee Thursday. Following .As always, you are
GREEN FEES: Then there is a scene where Cos- the dinner the guests attended the welcome at our
WEEKENDS, $: I tello is mistaken for a dummy and, local theatre. Guests were; Rose
WEEID.\, $1"> 0StSOX.L I believe me, there is plenty off Marie Henderson, Barbara Ferguson -
j I nSEmES: 1100 Southern Boulevard (Route No. 25 at
laughs in this scene. Kay 1lizelle and Jerry Ti1>- ,
11E31BERSIIIPS: Limits West Palm Beach, FloridaISLAND
I At the near finish of the picture'I bitts. City )
Individual $60 plu.i tax
there is a roller-coaster scene that ; .. I
. $i5 plus tax I II I '
will roll you on the floor. In this F.X.JO\1XG FISIllXG p.\Cr\ : I
Sandwich and j scene you will get your money's i ii
worth if you see nothing else. Miss Dot Tucker and her brother -
Bar Service I That is all I'm going to say I II i George Tucker Jr., were hosts:

WWWWWCHILLS I about this show. I know you all to a group of friends on a fishing I PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERS
I know about the talents of these I II party at St. Lucie recently. Fol-
I two comics, o it would be useless I II lowing an afternoon of fishing sup- I
for me to say more. I per was served to the group at the
Ie FEVER I So . I'll see you at the movies home fo their parents Mr. and!I
1- laJ. I Mrs. H. Tucker in Canal Point. 0 0
DUE TO MALARIA ; ... I I Guests included; Miss Jean Ryan i
Our Glades Patrons
RELIEVED !I, Mr and Mrs. E. L. Pope and : of Dania; Miss Dora Golden of St.
family have returned from a visit I Petersburg: Miss June Cottingham,
BY--+t tv. with relatives and friends in At-I Edgar Wild r, Slater Brewton, and
Wmc* ..CIftIv CI d.zecW I Ilanta, Ga. I W. A. Stevens, Jr. \ Receive a ;ugh priority rating in this store "'e iJ
1 0 are always ready and anxious to serve those who
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d clueing months, and make it a point to get your iJ

I merchandise to you with as little delay as possible. 0




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Friday July 19. 19-16 The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida I'zge Seven

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Senate committee to work on an !I 1 ganized in the Manatee-Sarasota
Program Planned
TOO LATE TOCLASSIEY "overall and co-ordinated tax program State Cattle Market I district County health units and

relating to local subdivisions To Fight "Spatics"TMAPAMrs school boards are cooperating in

of government" Admitting that Bureau Now Active the effort while the University of

such a committee might overlap: ;i Louise C. Trigg : Florida will sponsor a program

some of the work of the Govern- executive secretary of the Florida : under the personal direction ot

(By Russell Kay) or's Citizens' Tax Committee, h Nathan Mayo has become the J. Association for Crippled Children Prof. H P. Cons tans to tram

and other legislators viewed their Edgar Hoover of Florida cattle. teacher to work with those 9uffering -
and Adults, announced this week I
Tampa, or at least that portion approach as more practical. Commission of Agriculture from speech deficiences.T .
of it that is located in the down- Backing up Gautier's suggestion, that a comprehensive program is his special teacht'r.trainingcourse
haas set up at Gainesville a bovine being mapped out for aid of children -
town and night club area, took Perry Murray will be held at the Univer-
Frostproof said, "It is really going equivalent of the F.B.I. identification suffering from cerebral palsy,
on an atmosphere of Tallahassee sity this summer, Irs. Trigg
during a legislature .session. to be a grab bag: that is why co- I bureau in Was:1ington.: commonly called "spa tics" I stated.In .
ordination by such a committee Just as the FBI labels humans Dr Earl R. Carlson is state advisor i
The occasion was the caucus ofFlorida's undertaking this special pro-
will be vital." :by fingerprints and scars, the Mayo and supervisor of this division -
19-17 House of Representatives gram for the aid of the cerebral
agency tags cattle by brands and of the association's work I
Skepticism was widespread about ,
held in Tampa last week palsied, the Florida Association Li
mark -the way a steer's ear hasbeen which is the first of several
the for 36-block steps
a Cap-
end. Lawmakers, new and old, joining in the national effort which
lobbyists, newspapermen and camp itol Center, on which the Governor cut leaving the owner's name to be taken by the organization in is sponsoring a nationwide pro-
followers swarmed hotels, tap has set his heart Most law- and address. its drive to aid sufferers for cerebral -i i

rooms, barbershops and restau- makers seemed to feel that first Enacted by the 19-15 legislature, pals)'. gram.
the law requiring cattle in most Three clinics i .. .
should and have been
rants, shaking hands, slapping things come first Rep- already I
backs and carrying on in true convention resentative Murray admitted that I Florida counties to be marked for I held this year and the first of a i iI i Mr. and Irs. Alvin Armstrong

style. while there was undoubtedly need I identification all the way from I number of schools and treatment I II ', are spending several weeks in Co-

While the affair officially a for increased space in Tallahassee .range to butcher shop has, in I centers planned for the state will' conut Grove where Mr Armstrong
House caucus, senators had been he looked on the present ambitious Ia'o's opinion, reduced thievery I be established in Hillsborough is attending Riddle InterAmericanInstitute.

invited as a matter of courtesy plan as alarming. I materially at a time of great black County while another is being or- .
.market temptation to steal. I
and most of the august gentlemen All indications pointed to the
I "From the success the law has
19n Legislature as an extremely
of the chamber of dignity attended.
independent body. Certainly it been in the six short months of its ,
The innocent bystander who I I
have chanced into the lobby won't be a Governor's Legislature I functioning, reports Commission-
of may the Floridian Hotel along about and there was plenty of evidence I er Mayo, "I'm satisfied that other SEABEE and EVINRUDE T: :
I(counties will want to come under
cocktail time must surely have of hostility to administration plans. I

Imagined that he had either entered Speaker e 1 e c t Representaative I I its protection at "the next session OUTBOARD MOTORS i
of the legislature. ;
a madhouse, or had joined a Thomas D, Beasley of DeFuniak
herd of cattle in a dipping vat. Springs, sounded a keynote when Exempted were counties touching i
See them on display here todar. ALSO
Georgia and Alabama, except Du-
The place had all the earmarks he said, "I'm willing to cooperate
of a disturbed anthill and the at- with the Governor on any reaso'table I val and Nassau, and Suwannee Briggs & Stratton Air.Cooled Engines

: tending sound effect was akin to I proposal, but he owes me and Levy.
an swarm of bees. Now and nothing and I owe him nothing" I "We handle these markings just
I like fingerprints," explains Mayo. PALM I SERVICE STATION
then the normal buzz and hum Altogether the caucus can be
I "We sent a cattle owner drawings
termed successful and worthwhile.It .
would be punctuated by a yell of
I of left and right ears for him to
clear indicationof Phone 2921 Pahokee
greeting a burst of shrill laugh- gave a pretty
i indicate the markings of his cattle
what be from the
ter. To offset this the coattail can expected
i and a card with a picture of an
pullers and whisperers milled 19H body and set the wheels in
I animal for him to show the kind
about through the assembly to I motion for the pressure boys pro
to yank this or that victim away I and con who are directly concerned I and place of brand. I I II
"These then are filed, after be-
to a secluded corner behind a palm with which way the cat jump. .
ing checked to determine whether I'I
for a period of earnest whispering. :
his markings conflict with oth- :
But is was all off the record and any Canal Point Machine Works
er in that vicinity, and the owner
and all in fun, so a good time was ]
had Farm Mortgages is issued a registry number. We tI I
by ever 'one.
now have a file of 3,800 brands so :Manufacturers: or I
But there was a serious side to
indexed that one can not be trace1 IRRIGATION AND DRAINAGE PUMPS I
the business and seasoned observers Lowest In 26 Years
promptly if an inspector in the
found plenty of material for IIYDRAULIC MOLE DRAINS I II
field sends in a drawing of a ques-
speculation as they considered the A in the farm tioned brand" I WEED CIIOPPERS''e I
session's action. change mortgaage I II II
State money and what to do trend in the Carolinas, Georgia and Marks and brands are checked t I

with it, was a mattt of primary FIGrida is indicated by the figures at auction markets primarily,
while slaughter stamps art inspected \\ Are For
Agents I
considt'ration. The ideas expressed just released by the Bureau of Agricultural ;

by lawmakers in his regard were Economics, according to I at butcher shops. Each ASCO MARINE FORD CONVERTED ENGINES i
piece of Florida meat must bear a
most encouraging to those con- I Julian H. Scarborough, president
cerned with the welfare of schools of the Federal Land Bank of Co- stamp showing numbers assigned : AXD HERCULES DIESEL MOTORS
lumbia. to the slaughterer and to the state I Ir
and heavily burdened municipalities. -
'The most recent figures of the inspector.
It was generally agreed that the RAE show that the nation's farm Mayo says lack of state stamp WE HAVE DRAG LINE CABLE IX STOCK
debt is estimated at detected by food inspectors, has I II
schools, counties and municipalities mortgage now
had a just claim for additional five billion, 81 million dollars," he resulted in cracking more than one

state funds, also that state insti- said. "ThiJ is the lowest level of case of black marketing through I CANAI4 POINT PHONE 531 P. O. BOX 466
tutions deserved greater consideration. farm mortgage indebtedness since theft of cattle for slaughter.A : I I'VE

1915 and is less than half of the reduction in the legislature of

With the state till full and run- peak of 10 billion, 186 million dol- fees agreed upon by cattlemen for MANUFACTURE YERYTIIING TIIATS
ning over, legislators looked for- lars reached in 1923" the anti.theft service has prevented -
the from
ward to the wildest stampede for "The report also suggests that agency functioning to

state funds that any legislature the long cycle of decreased mort- its necessary extent but Mayo be- TilE GLADES
indebtedness in lieves the 1911 lawmakers will cor-
has here-ta-fore experiencffi. Sen- gage beginning
ator Walter W. Rose of Orlando 1923 is now nearing its end. Twen- rect this situationReception

called for an intelligent tax re- ty states, including North Carolina .. .

vision program and the elimina- and Florida, showed an increase in I

tion of dual and overlapping activities the farm mortgage Indebtedness In Held For
of boards bureaus and 19-15 For the same period South
comml9SioM. Carolina showed a decrease in its

Representative R. Bunn Gautier farm mortgage debt of 2.4 percent I

of Miami advocated a joint House- and Georgia a decrease of The sermon topic at the Canal
3.2 per cent. However," President I Point Methodist Church for the

Scarborough stated, "both South !morning worship service at 11 a. JEWELER Belle Glade, Fla.
Carolina and Georgia showed a !m. on Sunday will be "Your Stake

considerable slowing down in the i in 1fistakes", the text being found
DIJOthers rate of farm debt reduction in 19-15 I in Luke 15:32: : "Your brother was GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY

over 19U." I dead, and has come to life, and

It is the opinion of the land bank was lost and is found!" The subject -

HOME: WHERE WE official that with greater indust- I for the evening message; at
rial production a much larger pro- 18:15 will be "The Power ot Pray-

ARE TREATED THE portion of farm income will go into I er"P.. 1Iuson is the superintendent -

BEST AND CRUMBIF I repairs, improvements, and the : of our Sunday School I P

THE MOST. purchase of needed good, and less which meets at 10 a. m.
I A Servant of the Glades
to the retirement of mortgage i A rrception-dinner for Rev. and 1 f

debts. I trs. William T. Blair the church's I

\1 Mr. Scarborough reported that new pastor and his wife, wu held

for the last three months the Ion the parsonage lawn last Friday.Mrs. !
To Miami
:4A'"I' mortgage loan account of the Federal Roswell Harrington, speaking I 4 Buses

Land Bank of Columbia has for the members of the church, To West I Palm Beach

shown a consistent Increase for welcomed the couple. who expressed -

the first time since 1935. "This" their great joy at being in Daily To Ft )I"ers & Lakeland

he said, "would seem to reflect Canal Point. The gathering war

serious planning and effort on the then led in prayer by D. L. Hooks.

part of farmers to arrange their :The dinner of fried chicken was !
tndebtedneM on a basis that will fo11oby the cutting of a i Glades Motor Lines Inc.

put them in a strategic position three-tier wedding cake, that date ,
for the years ahead." I being the ti\'t'-wt'ek anniversuy I
of the Blairs' wl"dding. When they i I
in the home should .:\ }:UT.I"OUIiIIt returned to the par90nAge. they
Mr. and Mrs. B. Elliott entertained found that a pantry shower had

be doing the hgrumbling" members of the youth fel- nearly "F100dt the kitchen I

lowship group of the Methodist He\ and Mrs. Blair announce

if you hwen't fully protect Church at their borne on R\com the date of their proposed Open I

Point Road Sunday: evening following : House at the parsonage a; Fnd1\ i
t it and e'fl1.thingin
the church sen'ict' Group July t3th. The house ha been
it, with insurU1c singing and refreshments featured completely redecorated and renovated
the entertainment. Attending were by members of the rarscn'

i 40 guests. 3ie committee with the hef'! of
O. It BLEECII ..-. ---- many of the church members ad

Mrs D.V.. Cunningham and the BlaiN' Invite all friends and V I
"Snt\xcp P.\1I0KEE I
children are visiting: her parents neighbors to iK what s fn })b

...... 1.1 P.xky Ford GJ. has been dont-


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D lust say that word out loud, and you get the full force
of its terror, "Hunger" has a deep, dangerous tone 0

to it, Hungry men are angry men. Women and children d
faced with starvation are bewildered, desperate.r .
Nun er is the stuff of which revolution and warare made,

: Peace is not poss!e m an;
D y L ,,.?. part of a v&rid in which dD I

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-t; 3 ways you can share a meal and save a life-:

Go light on foods that take wheat and shortening . breads, macaroni, cakes, pies and pastries. aI

D Balance diets with the more plentiful foods such as potatoes, fruits, vegetables, eggs, poultry and fish l lD

Use and reuse your fats for cooking. Turn in all used fats promptly. nt y are needed to make soaps an other 0
for here at home
D products. us

S Living in the \lush E'erglades.'ith its bountiful p a
l food supply, it is easy to forget the hungry : "
mouths in foreign lands. Let's do our dead
level best to conserve food. With this thought < : .
S in mind, the above advertisement is sponsored

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Glades Equipment Company

Frank Shaughnessy Pahokee, Florida


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