The Everglades news
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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: May 2, 1947
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
notis - AKF8469
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Contracts Are Let : Chamberlain Named Bacon-Jones New j i Terry Sellers! Ask Four Seeking Two

Vegetable Group Seat On Council

For Water Works Name For Hdwe. Co. I; j Seats On Council

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Ta' CIty (" "utt"il :t a special: 'aiIti.r ':rc.: c t.> :c,-* .contact It is ,r.D-A LJ.ii <'':-.Iones Haidwar- :rariy v.>.ir;:. has :i.i-.nsnced h- | F"lr, ( ..indii! ; it'-> .rt' III the rv.

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for the construction of the Paho- and the Florida Vegetable Committee .ikf > Supply {'oHp."tnhut accoi j; O'1l'll! subjt-tt to th-' will of thti i i i.e. tion; May 6 They are Jack
keo waterworks expansion pro- in connection with development : ing to an announcement this wf>(tI-l{i voters in the election next Tuesilay. j: Phillips.Vorld: \Var II veteran and

pram upon the recommnndition.- of a state-wide! vegetablemerchandising : .. the c. ncern has changed its nan May S. !j proprietor of the Four-Way Servive -
of Smith and l Gillespie. consiiltantvatervoiks ; program in OrlandtI tc take in a new partner Elmer i i j I.I1E"J!! is civic-minded and StationTerry St'Ut'n. local
\ engineers of Jacksor.- I June 1G-17-1;. The occasion wiP : T. Jones. (\ says that. if elect d .he will work j' arent for Southern hallway Company .

,'m.!! .. contracts totaling S192. :.. 0xvt. j be the fourth annual meeting oti : Orin Bacon made the announcement [ perativlv with other member.* j : O. II. Bleech. rt'a1- estate

...,. let as follows: i I' the Florida! Vegetable Committe- ; anti says that he hopes t:p of the counril for betterment ofliving | and insurance' agent;: and A. J.

The contract for the construction 4,' which represents the state. Tin community will extend the glad : c'condition in Pahokee.:-. ;. Ganiot. merchant and PodgPJvmnuth --

of the new elevated tank was; i meeting is exr\ 'et''d! to attract in hand of fellowship to Elmer a* i Sellers has a Ir ns list of friends dealer.

If t to Chicago Bri'3ge and Ire j excess? of 1.000 vegetable, prodiic- his' partner in the future. :Nato: > \\'ho.'j. ,! work f..rf.S: : .indidacy: ( The City Council met Monday

Works of Atlanta. Ga.; for tne i! ers and suppliers. ally: no introduction is needed fo-- He :.-= r.n.i"; ":: :r. '";?: np' : .">. veninp and certifier! Phillips and
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expansion of the waterworks I the new partner in the concern 1 Sellers as candidates:: for councilman -

plant to Ivy II. Smith Construction :: since he has" lire in Pahokee fir I in Group Five and Bleecb and
: Dies Result Farmers To Meet ;
Co. of Jacksonville: for th > many years. lie cut meat for Cla -I j jence Gamot. in Group Four. Ilobert

laying: of water 'mains, to J'1' ? Bailev! for :years and th.". Tickev and Victor L. Geiger are

Heinft'm The c'ontra.tingfirms of Miami. announced ,,; Of Pahokee. Crashdalt ,Store.r.--nd a market in the A&!' !i In Pahokec! Tonite< \ the' ,..>. incumbents expire on May whose: 6i terms Hf of-

that work on the expansion program After Elmer sold! th! p A&P j ---- I The election board i is comprised

will start a; soon" n.s : !1 1I"nl! ., F":' La!!,!.':' market to Jack Spencer he went L L Stucl\ ;:cV. :::a.1: ,: i of '! of C. T. Howes clerk: Edna lick
n aterials are available and a portion dale was s-n-m.-Iy i injuredvh'r into the fanning industry with the Fi -'r:3'.t'g.:. t.ib'.e: w.iittee.! i I ett. Khoda! Shire and J. I:. raiiotL.ist .

of the work is expected to g":: I the light i plane hv was flying:: hit prospects of becoming one of th' i :iss'tti: :1; rill lor a :it -tns; of alt\ ;: >... torsVna: :Mae {'hrod"'r'
under way thi + summer or eary Lake Region's" largest growers. He i ihl"n't fanners in South Florida tonightat j i i :"> :.1} C A. Moberg. alternates.
a guy wire of the State HighwI
- -- -
fall. I reported to our agricultural i j the city hall in Pahokee. Th" I
--- - -.- I Patrol antenna tower and orashei ei'itor as to his accomplishments in idea of the meeting: :: to soundgrowers' i iVire Of Canal

To Split Time On I on the dike at the Pahokee wate- tl-is line. hut. we are inrlinetl to II opinion on setting up a
front around b o'clock Sunday b'Mie'-e that he will be happier ;n Ftoridi i vegetable commission sim(i Point! Man Dies

Two Office Jobs I morning. He died Tuesday in the i t hardware business." ilar to the citrus commission.If .

I toward General hospital in Fort I ------ reaction is favorable said i 'fr Ruth, Louise Ogle I wife of

Claude S. ,Jones local veteran Lauderdale. Stiickey an enabling art will be requested I! I:1'.11: ", fg:? AMM..U.-S 4.:.a.vvI -

service officer announces a new ,I Mr. Heflin. a war veteran: anl1 Teachers NamedFor 'I' of the LegislatuYe. creating died April 7. following an emergency
schedule of office hours for the I flying student, flew to Pahoket i i i the commission.: who>e function I operation. She was th-

Pahokee and Belle Glade Veterans from Fort Lauderdale! Saturday in''II Coming Term I would be to aHogrnwt>rs to daughter of Mr and Mrs." C. F

Service offices. Starting today Mr I a Piper Cub owned by the Brown+ set up and finance their own merchandising Fowler of Carson City Nevada

Jones will replace Mrs. Arnold as Aviation Company of Fort Lauderdale I Pahokee: Elizabeth Caraway advertising and sales" wh >re the body will be sent fcr

veterans service officer in Belie !! and was; the overnight guest I Cleo Douthit Tommy Lee DuBo. program as a group. burial.
Glade and divide his time between I i I of :Mr. Walt Chanev and family Frances Harlow. Reba Henry Lua Directors of the Florida Vegetable The young navy wife !left the

the Pahokee and Belle Glade offices. ;I He had just taken off for his re : Pope. Sue Shirley Sarah Thomas Committee have sent resolutions i states the first of March to join

i turn home and was circling the ; Charlotte WaLston. to the! Senate and Hous" I her husband on Guam. Shortly
Clyde Alley
Starting: today the Veterans 'I Pahokee airstrip" when the acei-j j! Richard Brook Myrtle Colson and the governor asking the legislation after her boat left Honolulu fog

Service office in the Pahokee city I'I dent occured. Several ; Lewell Garrison Ruth Gis.*'n.Jan- according to LaMonteGraw. Guam she was stricken and anemergency

hall will he open with Mr. Jones: witnessed the accident and pf"ror.1 er. :Ned< Kocher. Robert Lampi! committee.manager.New operation was neces
In | was rushed to the \' --- - -- officer radioded for
charge on Tuesdays and Thursdays j i Barbara McNamara:< Phara Mock sary. Ship's n
from 8:30: a. m. to 5 p.n morial Hospital where : Frances Moose. Constance Smith Officers Are seaplane and the stricken worn if'
I j found he suffered a fractured skull j taken tc
and on Saturdays from 8:30 a. m Mary Solick. Oleen Strayhorn was placed on it and
until noon. At Belle Glade the collarbone and clavicle. He regained :, Loula York. Jane Mitchell. Installed By Legion Guam for surgery. She died s*on

Veterans Service office is heir,: I 1 consciousness: around noon anc'j I Canal Point : Lucile deMoya after the operation.The .

moved from the U. S. Employmentoffice was transferred to a Fort Lauderdale Marvel Griffith. Clara Maur.T A. G. Shand of Fort l.awlerdalt' deceased was horn in Term

to the city hall and will b
open with Mr. Jones in charge on Piper cub he was flying wa (tI Belle Glade: Dicia Blevins.! IvaG. 1 i Commander! acted as installing! officer I II wht'rt"Jf'" attndd schools' in Day

1fondavs."dnesdaY9 and Frida.\ I I reported to be almost a tots Burrv- Bronme K. Emery M I at the joint installation otnew ton and Virginia/ City. She wa

from S:30: a. m. tnI :30 p. m. I"';I wreck.__ __._--- ; Williams Granger. Ruth Shot officers for the South BiyBello arried! Jum 2. 1? lfi She H survived -
the new .setup Mr. Jones will serve" Irvin. Hazel T. Litchfield. Lydia Glade. Pahokee and! Cant by her husband. Donald Osrl!

all veterans in the entire west Dickie Johnson To Ann f'Clllrt'Iarart't Mo.elev! Point Legion Posts held Tuesday: who i is a son of Mrs. Claude Santee -

half of Palm Beach County from I Alma Frances Murphy. Susie Mir night in the Legion:: Hall in BelJeGVide. of Canal Point and her parents

Twentymile Bend to Lake Harbor ..Attend'Cleveland phy. E.lvthe P. Murray. Margare Mr. Shand;: was assisted by Mr. and Mn Fowler on

To assist Mr. Jones in clerical Red Cross Convention' West. Eva Pearl Bryant. Mildrec1Huehes Ralph Freeman past :Ninth< Ii,:'; brother and her grandparents nt
work the Glades Veteran Servic- r-irr. Elmer L. Cochnn t, tract Commander and n-tiring: commander Carson City. The funeral will beheld

Committee has employed Mis William H. Cook. Valerie CrowlexJ. I of the Belle Glade Po..t 2') Sunday. IavI at Carson
Richard S. i Di kie JohnSOnmember
Mary Mullis as stenographer foi "f the Pah"kee Hig'.iS.pool I;. Davidson. Sarah D. Dgg: :New< ffirers of the Leginn Aux: City
the Pahokee and Belle Glade o* i Junior ('lasshas been Charles H. Di'ton. Ida W Hardv I' diaries of the above mention Mrs Santeo i" in Carson City

f <"..s. I Inline Molt Gervase W. Mrn '-. Post- were also installed at tne for the funf'ralIr.. Santee went
j'l.h".n Pam! B*>ach County Junio
--- ----- ,' Ruth McKenzie Lan worth '. :Net< rveeting with Mrs" Elizabeth: Pi'arher. this week and will r.turn1t.h
Red Cross delegate to attend thfAmerican
:NinfPistnrt < Mrs Sant>p and Donald At th
Kathlee" Legion Auxiliary:
Lions Will tie I. Icfeht't1
Sponsor I! Red Cross :Nations< !
Rogers, Jerome :;:..idnt'r..1 HuborVannoy. president acting as ir- end of a couple of we ks
Convention in Cleveland. Ohi >
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Play On May 22 23: June 9 to 12. stalling officer.

[ Dckieas chosen for this honor South;: Bay: Inez DiokmsonEdvtha.Eckman. After the ceremonies of :n't a!'?" Sebrinjr Iii School
Pahokee Lions at their Tue 'd. :y Ogla Bally, IA" tarn refreshments of ire rr"am an-
because of his outstanding .
luncheon meeting in.tnll'ttht'ir Martin. Marv Alma MurphvGreeiacre cake were served with members .>f Hand Anumtr Winners
leadership! in JRC work in th-- sie
safety committee to study the Frances Berrv. :NrCilvit. < Pips 2O :and Auxiliary aotsr.g n?
problem of having antennae tower C"ntAt' the Pahokee Sch<-> Frances I i7ftto. Margar' I host<. Ti' n-.-,-ti"jr -T-led wT-: :MJ\MI: :\11 am' 1-:'1I..r.. Miart'iS
g .y worn wi close to the Pahokeer he was one of the principal lead Waddell dan ,- par'yAttend r:" -t.-l! Srnng High School
and recommend t rs In developing and executing;: .. I Sat
trip an; Like litr' .p' M.irg'.. :.tII"*-- v-.n first measures that be taken tc. plans for the JllC fund-raising r.nc'prt bnr.'l
might; :.r.ay in th- 'I"l sj
campaign and was one ,>f the director -.-- Youth I Rally .
r.IU"t' the hazard! Harry \VaMpchlacrr I f.mpetitKn that brought to *
and Jack Ch.istain aye of the local JIC projt I InVest: Palm beach < ]lose the three-day jwv.nth ann a.F .
r>>.-mU>r' <>f the committee. which called for sending of 20C Duh111Tn. Operate !<'*. :ot" State School Music Fe'?.-.

Bob Halgran of Fort Mver g'f* a month to veterans at th. Xnrth.Carnlina: t ,.. I-, --S-; ". val

...nhl.fr the office of Lionbst Key \Ve.it :Naval< 1I0splt 11. tt. '' : Y F. :;> .\ " S5ebnr.ir. which according to tt,

rt.! :* entitled ton
.. 'tultt'ntf .Ihn A I'\.r: .i- t'r
" oiitltred! plans! for thj Saving;; At tv . .. C r>f
's r'.trk..t Part'kee ...1 l .. :t"l f'1j'hI tT unto (,3a f'llmp..tltl
Lions tat.n't'r.tl" to be hf'11 fairs at the school he is a memtviof .I! fin' : lr. ... . ... r", h 'rh' !""r-,,. with a 53-ir.irt-r: ti. -1
F'rf. : :r
,1mnn. N r. arrvsrv'th I at ;
a:1! t (
m ..tt1L"ttJn', 5 tia.1d reported the Future :trrlt'r"mf'rl- s-; ... fr""x a te.tal nrhool enr'.l''', ' of
1 v-r.
w.t fvP T -
the Pahokee HiRh Sh ,>l .> 3"th of Mac where he; u ;
that reservations have been c.i. tin Miami Edison nrolte.-' f' i
\I.' for 10 from the Bard:: the Pan-Amencan Club and crate !hf''l!" market under I K ''.* ..
n:< delegates t' .hok"wer 1 73S and Bonn Senior lItrU
The market wirspecialize I The ifYF group i: <
Pahokee club. :is business manager of the Junior for 90 day
byMr 23.34 students
accompanied .f the rally
cucumberart *
I"Iwan.l.Jt'n't'n reported tharft'raratins CTas. Last: year he wa. % preaidert in pegper's ---- --
montlperiod. and Mr R. J Schroder ar"
are being made to' of his eLl manatf'r.f the Pa during Sara D hazer r.t Noratee ww u aTuaaQay
Pbt!: Rev and .Vr C'af1l4"ftr.. limn
Mr Dulany
b I hokee Blue Devil football team arc
the Lions to a play to ;
I ba vultfcr here on
to tr
Canal Poir.t eta
presented in the high school aidtorutm :. I! vice rr !iii f'rt of the Junior Claw- lip will Join Mr. Dulany as ooe: a and tbwe And n'lr1'<1ay rf tha ueek.
', cc ,witnsf.! MrV P Jfr!': "ro
Stay 22 and :3 :cal! League

Two The Everglades Xews. Canal Point. Florida Friday, Hay 2, 19 i\

Renovate Straw Hats Jaycees To MeetIn aton-Plaza. Delegates will al1
THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing I housed at the Princess ISSN
With Kitchen EquipmentMany
Daytona Beach Hotel The program includes rice
- the Lake Okeechobee
Farming Region
straw hats can be renovatedwith dance, three cocktail parties, a
Established 1921 Published Every Friday simple equipment from the DAYTON BEACHTile banquet and 20 additional entertainment

Subscription Price 2.00 Year \d.ance' kitchen or laundry. The dingy ones Junior Chamber of Commerce State features to which Jay
convention -
need mild suds
bath with
a sponge
OfficeIn and lukewarm The to be held here May 1. 2: CE'5ill be admitted by courtesy
The Evergladesews Is Entered at the Post water. crown is
it with crushed and 3 is shaping up as the largest ticket
by filling
Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter
paper and the hat is laid on a tn Jaycee history according to 1" S. Jaycee President Seldon:

Paul Rardin Owner Editor Publisher towel covered table to help the local club officials. Waldo. Gainesville attorney anc1
brim retain its shape.A More than 400 reservations have Vice President James Kendall

Collectors ConsolidatedFlorida soft brush a toothbrush will been re<'ei\"ed. Official conientior- Jackson Mississippi lawyer. wil'
do is dipped in the suds and hotel will be the ocean front Sher be the principal speakers.
has been accustomed to pretty good service in the washing is begun. More suds and

state comptroller's office for a good many rears. and less water is advised because an ..

specially during the time the late Col. J. M. Lee occupied overly dampened hat will soon lose

the office. When he passed away last summer it was feared its shape. It's better to let the hat
decline. But that dry and repeat the process, if nec-
that efficiency in the dpartmentould
essary, to remove last traces of soil. ,
doesn't seem to he the ca:,e. Clarence Gay, appointed by than to ruin it completely with toa

Governor Caldwell, is also .shewing a few tricks that should much water.Rinsing I Corn Earworm and

meet with the approval of the state at large. is accomplished with a

After some careful study, Gay has worked out a plan cloth wrung from lukewarm water. I

whereby duplication of work, both in his office and in the Dry with a fresh cloth and your hat

field, can be avoided He has ordered the consolidation of is ready to wear. If the color looks I
faded, a cloth wrung from an am-
the retail license and inventory tax collection with that of monia solution will help to brighten ''I Budworm ControlCan

gasoline dealers licenses. This will result in the eliminationof it. Use one teaspoon of ammonia to .

calls on dealers by two different collectors and inspectors. half a pint of water. Better experiment I

Florida has too many inspectors and collectors running on the underside of the hat I
first to see how it will react.
around the state. A general consolidation would place manyof

these inspectors under the state board of health, where

they rightfully belong. This department is charged with Dog Feed

safeguarding the health of Florida residents and visitors, Each pig that is farrowed alive now become a reality. \\'e now havean

yet inspectors from several other departments are constantly : but dies at weaning time-when oil base Insecticide which has proven
about 10 weeks od-costs 120 pounds
around to if special law being
dropping see some is
additional feed. A pig that dies 8 effective in the Sweet Corn growing area
violated. Arcadia Arcadian. I I
weeks after being weaned repre-
sents a further loss of 100 pounds of of Central Florida for controlling the Corn 1
MEN'S RIRLE CLASS Point Road. Lawrence Jaudon is feed During the next 8 weeks of Earworm and Budworm. Also we have a
The lesson "The Revolt of th: the president. R Cowart lead! I the pig's life it consumes about 242
Northern Tribes", which will be the singing. pounds of feed. The final fattening few advance samples of a newly perfectedand
I ______ I' period usually of 8 weeks' duration -
taught this Sunday in the Pahokee patented Hand Gun for the application -
takes about 390 pounds
Mens Bible Class by the teacher n.\XQI'T more.
Altogether, the finished hog ready of thi material. We recommend that
be ot
Rev. C. A. llobergshould The Pahokee Chapter Future
I for market has required 990! pounds
paramount interest considering: Farmers of America will conduct 1 of feed, or nearly half a ton. If the I you come in and see how Dimple and easyit
condition of the nations today its annual fathers and sons ban
I animal should die of hog cholera, I i N to treat with this
What caused the revolt and tin quet in the school cafeteria this for instance. at this final stage all : your crop gun. :

division? Why are we today in revolt Friday evening at 7 o'clock Fath- i this feed is lost so far as edible ;i i
and division? Where are the ers of members and friends are invited I meat is concerned. I

twelve tribes today? Will they bt guest I
rf'gathen'dVhen? Where? The programith President

How? Will the United Nations although Harry Fremd in charge will consist Deer Shelter! !i'
a failure now, succeed in ; of a typical FFA meeting during Wisconsin has in excess of 27,000< )
uniting the nations? which chairmen of the various acres of land specifically acquired !

These and other questions wit committees will give report summarizing I for the purpose of furnishing deer
be discussed: based upon the Bible: '' FFA activities and with food and shelter during severe ,
and events. The Class Quartet., achievements for the past year. winter conditions that drive i KILGORE SEED CO.
.. them close i
will sing.. A most cordial invita into concentrations on I .
turn is extended to all unaffihatec "A living and glorious reality.' such areas. The conservation department i i

men and visitors. The group is the way Senator Claude Pepper announces that this acre- BRED-RITE SEEDS
age has been purchased at a cost I
which enjoys a membership of well described the Everglades National: I
of S87.140.74. an average of $3.21 per
over a hundred, meets Sundays at Park in hU recent talk to Florida '
: I I '
under Phone
acre, a law passed by the Pahokee Fla. :3201 ;
9:45 in Fellowship Hall on Bacom legislators. !!
legislature in 1943. The law provides I

that 50 cents of each dollar derived |i ,
I from the sale of deer tags be used <
1i I
for the purchase of deer yards and : --- - -
I I I to provide winter feed for deer. The I
special fund is divided equally be-
tween the two functions. -,

i j
Mung Beans I
The people of Asia eat mung <
beans boiled or roasted as well as I BASS FISHINGIs

in sprout form. They grind the beans I
into flour and make noodles vermicelli -
and gelatin. The Chinese make I
r On The
starch from them for laundry use. Again Program

Inferior in taste as beans to familiar

bean American sprouts beans make and peas a, the welcome mung Come in and See Our Stock of Fishing:

addition to raw salads as well as
Equipment Including
to cooked vegetable dishes. Especially ,
in their raw state they are ;
rich in vitamins B and C. Their i
Rods Reels Baits
progress from a small proportion of Casting ,
America's restaurant menus to : '

thousands of home dinner tables has Hooks Lines and :
been strictly a war phenomenon.Insect ,
t. x

ControlA Weights I ;'

new control for some of the : ;

We stock and install precision-engineered Inter- garden bugs that have been chew For Both Rod and Fly Fishing and
ing up vegetables is now available.A .
, national Truck parts-just like the originals in 20 per cent sabadilla dust will Other Fishing ParaphernaliaSEE
give good control of the harlequin
International Trucks. They fit and stand up. That's cabbage bug. squash bug. leaf foot-

ed bug. southern stink bug and blis-
why best bet-just as service done
they're lour any WARES
ter beetle. These are all bugs that HOME
have been hard to control because I I
bet because skilled
is best
? in our shop jour our '
of their size and feeding habits. This
II While in the store just look around
mechanics use International.A ppnn-ed equipment dust is made from seed of a lily ,

plant and is not poisonous. It is I and see what fine merchandise we
fur testing and service and follow International- I not injurious to the plant. It acts I
as a contact pots<,n and will k.li the I have on our counter; and on our

Appro\ed methods and practices. So bring jour insect j-st; as boon as it is dusted on : shelves especially in our Hou ware:

trucks to us for parts and >er\ue that produce it.Tot Found DrownedIn i Department in the Balcony. China.

truck operating profits.GLADES Glassware, Aluminum and Enamel!
Washing Machine

I ATLANTA -Lirda May Kirr.ble Wares.

EQUIPMENT CO. i, 18 months old was found drowned
i in a washing machine sh rUy after
!her matter !had rot.f.ed: !
i police that
I'IIOM: MSI \nnHrK.:. n.\.
the baby was missing.
,I Mrs Henry T K.rr.be: telephoned BETZXEirS

I f.olce who arrived Nit as the fraac -

:. rr.,, -.djcc\ered the chili ini.w
r..ec1ar..cJll! washer PcLce THE IIAUUW.UETORE

: sad: the ch! ':'d apparently taj MAIN STREET HELLE GLADE, FLA.Page .
trucks 'i L":bed ii o the inachire from a
I i -- .air at 11 s.de

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Friday May 2, 1947 The Everglades News, Canal Point. Florida Page Three


1 !I: APPRECIATION any way: with the recent Girls
Plant Scientists Aid Germans U. S. l i Auxiliary Goronation and banquet.

Cinematic Chatter Florists Grow Lilies Mrs. Ralph Grimes, CounselDi: - - -

By Malcolm Millar Zone Given Job of the Girls Auxiliary of the Pa- Newman C. Brackin of Crest-
Before the war American florists
hokee Baptist Church desires tc view chosen in a Democratic
imported between 25 and 30 million
express her appreciation to each President of the
Humphrey Bogart, and Lauren: Easter lily bulbs each year with party caucus for
Place More ResponsibilityOn and every person who helped in 1949 Florida State Senate.
Bacall are starring together ir I most coming from Japan. Before I

the Sunday-Monday offering, "The i that-we used to get the bulbs from Them for Purging --- --

Big Sleep", which is scheduled tc Bermuda but virus diseases destroyed ,

be screened at the Prince Theatre the bulb industry in Ber- Nation of Hitlerism. r

"The Big Sleep" is a murder muda. 1 i iI

mystery by Raymond Chandler Growers in this country had not BERLIN A sweeping new de-

talented writer of mysteries and is tried to raise lily bulbs on a large Nzification law placing more responsibility -

a picture that this pair of stars f-t scale since the florists could importthe for purging the ration I Sellers I

to perfection. It is a thriller that bulbs cheaply and there seemedno and indicating a commitment for Terry
c way to control the virus disease Americans to remain in Germanyfor
bears every stamp of mystery ,
that attacked the bulbs. at least 10 years was announced -
killing crookedness, love ana d 1
Lt. Gen. Lucius Clay ; I
When war made it impossible for by
death. It really is a must for yom ,
florists to import bulbs growers chief of the U. S. military government -
date book. it I Announces His CandidacyFor i
here made a start. Plant scientistsof the Associated Press reports. I I'I'
Tuesday Wednesday William the department of agricultureaided General Clay estimated that at f
Gargan. Janis Carter and Jeff in developing control of virus least 1 milJion"and perhaps 4 mil :: A Place On The

Donnell are to star in a thriller diseases. They found that there I lion of the 15 million Germans in I II

based of the radio show by the are two really harmful diseasesrosette the American zone will be subjectto

same name. "Night Editor." Alc and fleck-carried from infected punishment under the new law. I

"It Shouldn't Happen to a Dog" bulbs to healthy bulbs by tiny I It was drawn up by the three German [

'with Carol Landis and Allyn Jos- plant aphids or plant lice. The diseases provincial: ministerpresidentsin I PAHOKEE COUNCILGroup
lyn. can be controlled by destroy- the zone and provides for trial

ing the diseased; bulbs. That's the ci the cases by German courts. II
Friday brings Peggy
Thursday -
only way to protect the healthy ones. The law p'cifiE's'a "ing degrees I '
Ann Garner and Randolph Scott as rf guilt for all Germans who aided I I,

stars of "Home Sweet Homicide" Hitler ranging from major offenders 5 :i

This one is said to be one of the Thinning Garden to minor cases classified; as ::1:

funniest "who-dunnit" shows yet Thinning in the home garden I "followers."

screened. Major offenders are liable to as I
I should be taken by degrees. Where ; ill
Saturday on the double featured plants are grown in drills the first much as 10 years in a labor camp. a
I Subject To The Will Of The
program James Warren, with Nan : thinning should be done as soon confiscation of property and loss of I

Leslie as his leading lady, stars in as the plants are large enough to all rights for a minimum of 10 I

the Western part of the show handle and gardener should make I ;years, including the right to Nan ; Voters In The Election il
automobile. The minimum sentence :
screened under the title "SunsetPass" sure that each seedling stands by :
Zane itself at least an inch from its neigh- for major offenders is two jears. .
written by Grey.
bor. It is a mistake to discard all i To May in Germany.
Second feature of this programis excess plants prematurely, since I General Clay said the Americanmilitary II

"Blonde Alibi" with Martha accidents, insects or disease may : gcverrrrent was determined Tuesday May 6 j IIil
O'Driscoll and Tom Neal in the ,
destroy many of those which are left. I to see' that the sertencescre ,
starring roles and a fine cast in carried out. Asked if this
But the shouldbe I
as plants: grow they il)
of them. This is another I
support meant the Americans definitely intended -
thinned until they stand at the optimum -
mystery to keep you on edge distance from each other. I to stay in Germany, he replied II

throughout its showing, and is one :
When bare spaces occur in the row I'
of the most interesting shows ot I excess plants may be transplanted "As far as the military government -

its kind that has been screenec : to fill the gaps. Even tap rooted can commit) the United

here. I plants such as beets and carrots are 'States, jes." Your Vote Appreciated ii

See you at the movies i i often successfully transplanted by i "Followers' of Hitler are subject

t I careful amateurs. It is possible to to punishment by fines and the
I' exacting of> reparations.
The American Bible Society reports -I use the thinnings from many crops I il ilr
Major offenders are defined as
such lettuce endive chard and .
as .
circulation of 11, 394.200
a I
beets which is another reason why those who committed crimes out of
volumes of Scriptures in 1946 political motives against victims or
this operation may be performed by
nearly four million of which were easy stages. I opponents of National Socialism :

distributed in thir country. were responsible for outrages, or i

political, (economic .
gave propagandistic N !

Sugar Waste I or other support to Nazi tyr: 1bey: re Vecoratt1J e' Vsefuf If!

:Much fine natural fruit sugar anny.
NOW I German industrialists and bankers .
you car buy. . ideal for satisfying the sweet tooth
and for making puddings cakes and a large number of whom fall .

REPAIRS andACCESSORIES sweet spreads goes to waste each into the category of major offenders i

fall when persimmons are allowedto compose one group especiallyto
be called to account. Many of
fall and rot. The persimmon is
one of the sweetest fruits groin these big businessmen are yet to" be

. M Mr GMAC PLAN this country. Analyses show thatit rounded up. i -
is nearly one-third sugar-second Clay estimated at least a year I
the date will be required to carry out the I
only to in sugar content.
CHRISTIANCHEVROLET trials. While Germans themselveswill
has half !
The fig only as much sugar
and the peach only one-fifth as do the prosecuting. Clay em-
phasized the proceedings will be
much. Persimmons must be fully
Phone 2371 PahokeeCHIROPRACTOR mature and ripe to lose their puck- checked closely to see' that there is
no leniency in applying the law.
ering quality. Unfortunately the
mistaken idea has persisted that Insure Punishment.
Further instructions will be Issued '1
I persimmons are unfit to eat until
he snid. ,
respecting persons
they have frosted. Actually '
under the law with
coming dealing 'I
freezing is bad for persimmons.

Many of the finest persimmons are punishment; tf war crimes, crimes I II' e.by r1.eI heftt Eorfy ..... ... ._.-_._ fI__ ..
WEST PALM BEACH I lost each year because they ripen I' against peace and crimes againsthcrr.anity. ; I Paths, ........ v... w ,......

MON. WET and FRI .
I and fall before frost. Those not edible I
BELIE GLADE While! the law affects cnly the ;
TUBS. THURS and SAT before frost are late varietiesand choice with "
I A:. erican zo' e. it will be reported : Your
net yet mature. I .
DR. L. S. JONESSuite
tc the allied c.-r.'ri-l council for pos- : -

:301-02 Comrau Hid*!. i !iol national an hen'icnCiay. _
Phone >50 vt Palm teach. F'.a the number of 25-b. !
Restore hal't"I I m estn'ating: one bag o
Germans who may toe liable for
Some straw hats can be returnedto I
shape with an ordinary iron, although punishment snd"I : I
don't mean there will b e 4 million :
it is impossible to give theman b :
entirely new one. It is necessary directly subjected to the law; | THE itvct iii

FARMERS j to work carefully using crashed paper I w :'h their! ck'e! relatives you would |I .: b'rt:" ..

1\\.l'lCi.\Tt 1.\liI: pads to prevent d-mage to the h\c ".t! k.'j-t 4 m.Ilion.: but directly i .. ; ;: "-o ...L.1.;. :
Nl'Ihl'INMI'1t. : I'.11i:\11ilu'T '" original share if the hat. Certain only bout: 1.3 million to 2 million, .:t:a e ": xx
I as manifestly you canru,t forfeit a.. ::. .If 1h
synthetics burn or melt With heat
CI''NF.NT11'.1Tta: : ,, gj .,_ .... .:)\1 .'.
: fONTIiOI.: so the straw should be tested in an property of the Nazis without at- .... . V"41- Q ..........
I before feeling their fairilies |
1.\lWt; : m01.1.1.: : inconspicuous spot attempting I The said the law '! Oti.I. :
general was -
"n\fix -OK KI.NT: to press. If the hat passes the ..- ....actn.UL.s .
: tended to be a complete dr-Nazifica-i tii ,
test, pad its crown and the mwardcune
!'o11.1.: TAIOlKKxKI.: : )MK I I tion program for the American ' '.......oua._ '
of the brim wIth crushed paper /

Palm & Pine Land Cu.l'lrdt' and sponge: lightly with a damp zone." and would reach some Nazis I '
cloth wherever irregularities who until now had escaped any great j i : FOR ", 0 E .. 2AIMNG
i oc
> t'l'ringFlonda
hardships rr punishment because j t
,: cur. Worn the damp straw into ,
had income<=.
Td.I lh"Il" S.-h. 'n,.: N, shape! with the t::. ers and then !! they private . .
Specifica'.lv! :.e asserted The law |
M4pd I' with paper pads still in place press
was scr e r.*o the industrial field |
the cuts.de cf the! crown and outward -
carne of the? brim. using ts- fir the tint t.rre Up if the rn sent j CHOOSE ANY ONE...TAKE IT HOME!
ht' 51.d Md the
ve i\e never
s-e V'Pr S'tt\\t:.en the stray and .
tie irFind- :. \\tlt' ft'.d: if .. .:..='r.:I'tt- in the i. Hab Itphant: pitcher. .to brighten the brtik-

CHILLS & FEVER mar.da'or.rrt:

2Earh Bird pit whistlt . kt oil steam! Your
DUE TO MALARIA Filipinos! Kill 72 Japs .
Uccp e;;>h '.\.",ruats ..0; ..a.JS f.l.ky-nC\tc
Bodies of 200 Who Refuse to Give Up
M.\ ll.\ *: .e'iy-tuo Japaneseh : soFg

-- 666fCR G.l.s in :Mass Grave <->:'c n.l s--i.o: rs -.\ere kied recently 3 Pu.!>-in-P K,f cr{ :m ifhcr! and colorful

:r. S( t.t r,' rr. L..zrn in <<' rt! ',t .. '
...::lAMJUAI A U S ..cry tioucr s i'! ICS: 'lrP ;j.Jicrj' Y'Jy'1I1"c it!
\.t': a F.l.: :c !Lt.IC!: .' i
:v'. *t.." ', ,;"d *.".t b :ies tf .,
. . ,,.
tried : : '
t '' t.trt
.:c ', :: r' A:-:... .,_:, tr.t See yc-vr G'J= !
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> ; : ": T 't.ri :. a e y .
F.- .
<< There r c. 1-
." _;_, d gr.t\: on F..T"-I chaos

BIL !i5 a E5'A ut + :: c zoissi1
:'ers Atr :.p> red" to have Ltd cjv.s.or.. ctirstd with policing the
ialotabsrcJ ..':.-" t rr-.bco attacks
.n cr Jan area. cst.rraed
I tra-pcrts into has:: ISO miles south c!
M;.*..'r witisPfsburu's!! BestF

TO CONST'F*' '-'. 'IjSf AS prrE-F:"


Page Four The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida
Friday May 2. lads
Normal Local Phone Care Most Important to I Circle :Meets At Home Gay Swain Has Stuckey. Barbara Moberg. Buddy

Service In 42 : Prevent Tractor Mishaps : Of :Mrs. R. Schroder Birthday Party Moberg. Calvin Mizell. Donna Gail
I Tractor accidents can be prevented j Jensen. Barbara Jacobs \Vyne'
Bell ExchangesForty 1 the Xatior.al Safety council en- i Gillis. Carol Jacobs Roy Spooner
i phasizes. If care is used in the op- Mrs. R. J. Schroder and Mrs Mrs. Vinson Henderson entertained Emma Jean Hitchcock. Ruthl ':l

two of the seventy one eration of tractors there is no neces- John D. Rogers were hostesses to at the woman's clubhouse Kt'mp.Irs.. Stella. Mullis, Mrs
sity for accidents. members of the Simon<,on-Lair* Ralph Grimes. Mrs. Ike Jacobs
exchanges b i Friday t>veningwith a forma
telephone: operated } Circle. First
The council offers these sugges- Methodist WSCS. at Mrs. J. W. Rogers Mrs. \V. H
the Southern Bell Telephone Company tions a circle meeting held atI"s. party honoring her niece Gay
: Covers; Mrs. Maxine Joyce ant'
in Florida are now getting Engage the clutch gently, espe- Schroder's home Monday after- Swain, who was celebrating he: MrsV.. H. Kemp.

normal local telephone service ant' :cially when pulling uphill, out of r.oon. eleventh birthday anniversary.: -.....
the, volume of long distance business ditches or pulling heavy loads; to Mrs. C. T. Howes presented aprogram Guests were Sandra Long In.Faye ..
handled is about fifty percent -,reduce speed or stop, always brake relating to missions in. Wade. Wayne Burdesha'v
of normal volume, officials of;the wheels equally, using the brake China. Mrs.V.. H. Lair and MrsL. Carol Ann Mullis. Arlene Rainerl) Bill Bosworth and Bob Bare

the Company disclosed today. ,|I connecting latch if possible; alwayskeep "'. Armstrong, pioneer residents Da:1:1Ytullis.. Thurman Kemp became members of the Pahokee

In many of the remaining exchanges the power line shielding in gave some interesting sidelights ,'' Jimmy Swain. Rose Marie Hender Rotary club yesterday at the regular -
the publics; continued cooperation -I,'place and stop the power take cf on the early history of Pa- son. Sandra Rogers, Nancy Anr meeting. J. G. Weeks his
in keeping the volume of 'before dismounting from the trac- hokee. Mrs. R. F. Hurt was in McCov. Harry Swain. Joyce Lin 1 been elected to membership in

calls relatively light is enablingthe tor; never carry extra riders on charge of the devotionals.The sey. Joyce Lynn Hurt, NanryHillier. the club but was not present yesterday -
the tractor; take care when refill- Carol Jo Guthrie. Carlen- to be received.
Company to expand local and group made plans to sponsor -
ing the radiator on an overheated
long distance service to include a party for members of the
tractor or a tractor with a pressure
well First Methodist Church who will
necessary as as emergency - --
cooling system; avoid refueling or
I graduate at Pahokee School
calls. j High
other service work while the tractor
Officials of the Company again|lis running or extremely hot: and do this spring, the date to be an- 'I

expressed appreciation for the.not operate the tractor in a closed nounced. j
public's patience and for its assistance building or where the exhaust will Gifts were presented to Mrs. L 'I
in conserving the use of contact inflammable material \V. Armstrong Mrs. J. D. Rogers:: YOUR PHOTOGRAPH FOR
telephone service during the strike Mrs. D. D Caudill. Mrs. R. F. Hurt
I and Mrs.V.. H. Lair. all of whom

Mrs. \V. H. Vann and Mrs. Jess Painting Ceilings recently celebrated birthday anniversaries MOTHER'S DAYFLORIDA
M. Elliott expect to return home Two step ladders with a plank Mrs. John E. Wilson
today from Hendersonville N. C. !I between are best for ceiling work. Mrs. George Jordan. Mrs. Frank
Work from the lightest part near the Friend and Mrs. Caudill were introduced I
---- r windows towards the darker sides. as guests and presentedwith I < ><7>

Paint a stretcn about two feet wide bouquets of roses. Refreshments
from wall to wall the short of
served the hostessesto
were bv:
the room. On the next stretch, start
Prince TheatrePahokee each brushful on dry surface, six 22. --- .a._-- i PICTORIAL SERVICE
inches away from the wet edge of
The Marion County Chamber of
the first stretch. Work the paint over i
Florida toward the wet edge when the brush I Commerce voted approval of 21 Phone 006, Pahokee, Fla.
legislative outlined b I
J I is no longer filled with paint. Working program > ,
the Florida State Retailers Association
Week Of May 4th I that way you can make a per- I
t fect joint easily on each stretch- and at the same meeting I
: expressed opposition to a sales I ;
providing of course you keep going ___
until the ceiling is finished. The tax or any other new taxes. I 1'- -

I same method should be used on the

Sun.-Mon. walls, painting two-foot swaths from
aaaaa ooaor 'oaoaaaacaaano
I top to baseboard, and painting each
wall from ceiling to baseboard and E
I from corner to corner without stop- a gp

y Ian, l f H 1 I ping. Let a first coat dry at least t
j J24 hours before attempting to put
*a Maxu H on a second. Do the painting with I
V/\r->*ras'H JIll a light lifting brush action which
-v fans it off at the end of each stroke. 0 No Down Payment I
Semi circular strokes are best,
making each brushful of paint cower -
r\ ,I about a square foot Brush only Q

enough to spread the paint evenly- USE
then lot it alone and the brush p
marks will flow out by themselves. a o

I GMAC Budget Plan

Honey Keeps
Tues.Wed.. The reason honey has such good .
keeping qualities is that it has lit
........ tIe moisture. When the honeybee
gathers the nectar fresh from the .
flowers, it removes much of the
moisture from the nectar. And that I
I I' Is why honey is a concentrated Super izii9iji Service

William GARGAN sweet it's both unnecessary and undesirable .
to keep full bodied honey
In the ice box. Cold honey is as
Jeff DONNEIL cai e+ "tnrat
thick as "molasses In January." 0J
It's hard to spread on bread and
I not so easy for sweetening dry cer-

eals and the like. So that is why we 0 :Motor Paint Jobs
"It Shouldn'tHappen keep honey at ordinary room tem

I perature. It will keep for months as *
I 0 Chassis :Metal Work
'long as you keep it tightly covered.
To A Dog"Carol
I Brakes Seat Covers

Landis. Allyn I Farm Accidents

Joslyn I Over 17.000 farm folks are killed Tires Glass Installed
and approximately a million and a
half are injured in accidents every tI *
Floor Mats Front end
year. Farm fires destroy about 90 Aligning

Thurs.Fri. million dollars worth of farm prop-
erty each year. On the average, Radio Undercoating
around 10 lives are lost in farm fires

, every day. Diseases, accidents and
.AO..CIS. HOME fires lurk in rubbish trash mosquito

breeding puddles, rat-infested buildings -
SWEET HOMICIDE broken stairs, wire\ and nail 8o

2OH. CINTUtT.fOXUOUHLE cluttered barnyards, ladders with a General Motors Insurance
missing rung or two. faulty flues,
faulty wiring, dry grass and weeds
near farm buildings, gasoline or I

kerosene improperly stored, in attics
filled with paper and other odds I
FEATURE and ends, and in many other places.
I I I Genuine Chevrolet Parts I

Saturday I It
I II Moth Protection j I a -
If you pack your clothes in garment i
bags, make sure the clothes i I
2'I are clean and that the bag is tightly' I

sealed. Garment bags won't kill I o Harold Johnson Service Manager
moths, nor will the smell of cedar ,
JAMES WARREN or Fine oil dscourage t insects.. I
MUSUfMIIUIKUM J However, if the clothes are clean I

001"HUT WUIALSO and t-.e bag sealed, the paper: will
I C?
keep out moths ir.dcflr.itely. Be generous Christian ChevroletPAIIOKEE.
with moth flakes cr crystals I j I 0
if you are packing your WOO'! away in boxes or tr::.ks V: d'>-
Yti kt ideal conditions four eur.o 0a :. FLORIDA
give protecnr'. bs.t :it to -' I
XMII Yt ,yrw' w more The < < > I 0 :
sve. and it ,- > ; - ;
/ t : 1 a
- ---- --
Q1tttI1; t .1

Mrs Mary Swain" of IW.e: Glade 'I
was admitted to the Everglade
Memorial Hospital for medici 1

treatment this week. I

May 2. 1947 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Page, Five
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BIRTIIDXV PARTY ,Woman Chosen On I Republican Party" to get out ai.-I 1 ,1 :"r -1ll T E 1R_ II.'lI'.I_ r.h _711'_ 'i'ft-mrt';_u LU_ 'i,
Mrs. H. J. Anderson entertained do something. f
at her home on Bacom Point Tuesday -i i Republican Slate As a candidate for congress i I I Fine Clothes For .Yr
running as a Republican and opposing : HERBERT'S
with dinner
evening a party f
"Little Joe" Hendricks! : i :Men and Women
i ORLA"DOThe Orlando Wom-
honoring her husband on his birthday t
anniversary. Guests* include I en'* Republican; Club at a meeting Moss Hendncfcs ran an amazing race defeating I'I }: I TAILORED TO MEASURE ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Leonhard. heere last week endorsed M J in Orange County I! ti Have Your Ladies' Clothes Tailored !
} Moas. Jr.. Orlando realtor. as and pilingup substantial counts! ?: I
and Mrs. Paul Jensen, Mr. and 1
Man's Tailor .
in other parts of the district. By 1
candidate for'ice President at
Mrs. J. Christensen. Bernard Kirk- \
and Ed Olsen. i the Republican National Convention ---- I.J
ergaard '
1 to be held in June 1945 at I'i BELCHER
I Philadelphia. :Mrs. Spoonergain } I

I j I The club also drafted a resoluI Heads Woman's Club 'i BOX 876 PAHOKEE I
I I tion to instruct the Florida delegation '

to place Moss name before Mrs Leon Spooner .I. ,.- _. .. ?i .'_ Cmr'rC's LatprsVn'.Irs 'rC''I'v'II! 'I'. rrrCm s7Ln7irrVriL's'sC'i'.
Dr. R. Y. Creech Jr. was reelected """-G.i1AMYricv.iM'f+ 1. 1e
the convention as a vice presidenI president of the Pahokee Wornar.s -
!I vial I candidate and to cast a solid '; C'ub! at the annual election of I
OptometristPHONE I ballot in his favor. I
new officers held
during the lunch
The club took its cue from th? eon meeting the clubhouse Tues. I PIANOS JE'YELRYllTSIC:
371 address!" of Major Edward T. Keenan day.Other I
of Frostproof, chairman of the officers chosen for the
New Republican Research Tariff Committee coming year were Mrs. J. CchceppeI. i J. W. RASHLEY
and Republican candidatefor first vice president: I JEWELER Belle Glade, Fla.
in 1944. Mrs. R. J.
Building governor Schroder. second vict
Pointing out that Republicanshave president: Mrs. A. E. Morgan corresponding I
been dormant in Florida for secretary: Mrs. Fran GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY
Belle Glade, Florida about 75 years Keenan urged thi ces .:Moose recording secretary. I
women to redouble their effortsto Mrs. J. R. York, parliamentarianand
Mail in repairsor create a two-party: state. Mrs. Lewis Friend auditor. It i I
"Florida needs was announced that retiring cf -- ---- .- -
a two-party system r --- --- -,
," he said. it promotes com- fivers will form the committee in
petition. It is good for the State charge of the installation banquetthe
replacements and the people. The State pre-: date to be se later. Trees Vines Shrubs Citrusof
sents opportunities for t Plans were made for a community
many f'I I party and demonstratior all sizes and varieties for !

I6ffrUu.uSFromwhere in the clubhouse on Friday. la your Selection.LANDSCAPING. !
. - 9, at 8 p. m., with the public in.
** > -
vited to attend. Annual cIean-t .-
I sit..J'yJoe Marsh) day was set for Tuesday at which
1 time members of the club wiT as you like it. We are organized and equipped to doa

supervise the cleaning of the clubhouse thorough job from plans to completion of planting.

We Got to the Fish Fry f eon at and noon.Paper lawn. and have a lunch j i

As always, you are
After AllThat welcome at our


i Considered At MeetNEW NTUNKKIKS: 1100 Southern Boulevard (Route No. 25 at
community fish fry was ins covered plates of fish, and a : I City Limits), West Palm Beach Florida
sure a great success. There were pitcher of coo!,sparkling beer.And i
plenty of appetizing extras and we finished them off in front of : SMY RNA BEACH Tn ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO.
Will Dudley! did a right wonderour own fire. Florida Press! Association conven-
ful job of frying the fish-soft ing here last week paid tribute to j
From where I sit that's one of I I II
its past president Charlie Helfen-
and flaky inside-brown and crisp the things that makes our town "
stein of Love Oak who was recently -
around the edges. so nice a place to live in: a spirit I elected president of the National *!I
But tine didn't get to go. The of share and share alike. That Editorial Association at Tung Oil Support :MINISTERS" TO MEETThe
missus was tired after working plate of fish and glass of beer their convention held recently ir I Canal Point and Pahokee
Price Is Considered
in the yard, and we just didn't weren't just great eating, they Texas. i Ministerial Association will meetat
want to leave her. of the -
were symbols thoughtfulness Paper shortage was the principal the Baptist Church in Pahokeeon
how did we know fish ness that makes for better living! I topic of discussion at the local: ORLANDO---While in conference . Monday May 5. The time of
ws.i p.irj Because : ..-...J I meeting and president Lloyd Her- with Florida Farm Bureau the meeting is 10 A. M. and all
;d" .,'t fort ce. Th-v r r.t '!.i'I;- la. 419 I rin appointed a committee to confer representatives Washington re- members are urged to be presenton
ILnd r<;c.i over with two ..t am- c91 1. i I with larger dailies in the state : cently to discuss freight rates, im- time.
with the view of securing waste -.--
methods and
proved marketing
I i stock suitable for re-cutting in other matters Secretary of Agri- A statewide contest sponsoredby
for>\ri!>':. /"':". ( .>''..f S't"s I'rftceri Foundation \ sizes needed by weeklies. culture Clinton P. Anderson advised the Florida State Junior
that a federal price support Chamber of Commerce to elect
for tung oil is being con-' Miss Florida of 1947 who will of-
+ a..<,,s gMgM t HgM s<+Y>sa Y>.T,>VVVV sidered.program The grou urged such government -: ficially represent the State at At-

.;> 9i encouragement pointingou lantic City late in the summer will
. I tthat tung oil is the only do- be held at St. Petersburg June
mesttic drying oil which is unsupported 5-6. Contestants from all sectionsof
VOTE FOR :{ :, by federal price adjustment the State are being sponsored

I j i by the local Jaycee organization.


;y A J. Gamot : : O.R.BLEECHSKS :



City Councilman-Group 4 CANDIDACY FOR A SEAT '

V h ON


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: TUESDAY, MAY 6 :!: City Council

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1: Gamot has been a business man in Pahokee for the past 4:. Group

+ 15 years. He i is a conscientious civic worker :;: I FORTHCOMING
. who has the welfare of the City of c:. I

d Pahokee at heart. 4

4e) Gamot will 1 work for improvement in city government c.45:. City Election

and those things \\'hieh.ill be for betterment <:.

4. of the community. :::

$ Tuesday, May 6

4.> I
+ vt

Vote For Ca mot And Progress : : I I

... .... Your Vote and Support Will He
4 Your consideration of I his candidacy I greatly appreciated t:. i.

4. v Greatly AppreciatedFriday.

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..> 54, sad' >ts.saa VV ? i>i>i>s s .staasaasii>i>s seaas .
f t t t t f f t --

Six The Everglades Xews. Canal Point Florida Friday, May 2. 194

I _____ ____u__ __ _ __ __ _ ____
Great Growth Is I Victory Class Has j Guest Speaker - ----

Shown By Pahokee Dinner PartyApproximately Canal Point ChurchThe

Methodist ChurchAt I : Dr. A. C. Wilhelm Jr.
90 persons attended Methodist Church of Canal 1 ,

the Quarterly Conference at, the dinner party given by I: Point will have as its guest on I Optometrist -

First Methodist Church of Paho I I the Pahokee First Methodist Victory Sunday, Thomas H. West of Chi! Eyes Examined, Glasses Fitted
kee last Sunday Evening reportswere Class to members of the cago. llr.'est will speak to the I
heard from all departmentsof I Men's Bible Class in the socia. i i ii Sunday School Department from EVENING APPOINTMENTS FOR
the church. These reports i i hall of the church Friday evening | OUT OF TOWN PATIENTS
showed that a year of unprece-I Mrs. H. C. Graham and Mrs. L < juniors to adults in the regular
dentated growth was drawing to a' J. Fraser were in charge of the'': class session period. His topi Mail In Your Broken Glasses
will be "The Four 'C's". His list
close. Every department showed J entertainment and led in garner !i ii
will be asked what Prompt Repair
eners to
amazing growth and despite the i i The committee in charge of dinner'arrangements guess
these four "CTs" of
disastrous Financial losses in 1 included Mrs. Leor, outstanding 212 X. ANDREWS AVE. PHONE 192
many ways that was the best Financial | Spooner, Mrs. Lewis Friend anc' our modern life are. FT. LAUDERDALE, FLA.
year in the history of the= Mrs. Louis Davis.Adams ._ In the Evening Worship Serviceat
church. 7:30 llr.'est will preach on
I the theme "Go . Teach", from --- ,
The Sunday School showed an Stephens i -- -- --- .'
l the great commission of Jesus. Mr
increase in attendance for past, I
: West speaks with the authority of
eight months from 125 to 185 I Of wide social interest is the engagement j many years of service in Christian
Eighty-five new members being and approaching marriage ', work. By profession of foreiornI A Y 4 Y Y Y Y Y r Y Y 7 Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y A
received into the membership of, of Miss Margie Lee Adam]I patent attorney, he has served foi: .
the church largest group being to Leon Stephens, son of Mr. ant!:| many years in the Federal Counci1 ::: CAMERA: ENTHUSIASTS X: :
received on Profession of Faith Mrs. J. A. Stephens of Plar.f' of Churches of Christ in Americaand 3: THE C.IER.CENTER :
and Baptism. Plans were announced I City, which is being announced by' on the International Counci' I < >
looking for continued the bride-elect's parents Mr. ana of Religious Education. He has : is now equippedith a repair department. All work zYi >
growth in the activities of the Mrs. M. L. Adams of Canal Point ; recently retired chairman of th-, !< > will be promptly done by experts familiar with all {4-
makes of domestic and
I foreign cameras.
church. I :Miss Adams a popular member lay advisory section of the International I
The following were elected stew, of the younger set in thus corn Council. He is also;: *3 ; OFFICK EQl'IPMENTHALSEY t"aeYa
ards for the new year: Dr. L. \\' I munity. is a graduate of Pahokee(; trustee of the church federation ol : & GRIFFITH INC. qe41.
Armstrong. C. C. 'Cruthird, LloyJ High School and i is! now employed. Greater Chicago and chairman of < <
Hundley Frank Rozelle. L. L as payroll clerk in the Bryant offices its Christian education department I 31: -1-1.; Datura M. 1'hune 3883 Shirley. R. J. Simonson, I. M. LairL. of the United States Sugar He will be in Canal Point for a fevT I
J. .Fraser!1. D. Mrs.Ammons L.V., J..A.Armstrong Du-- Corporation.Mr.. Stevens. received his educvtion I, days Miriam visit West with Blair.his daughter, Mrs I <:,,**::-.Y.: .:>tY>p>.:>i::O.YMr>SY>4:>4:>4:>iYi<:><:><:>Y>iY>iY!<:>i:,

lany. Dr. \\. H. Lair. J. D. Roger at the Plant Citv High Scho The morning worship service
R. J. Schroder Jack Spencer, R. B and is now associated with t -;.r ; will have as its theme a sermon I
Simonson. Melvin pooner, Mrs. H newly established P & M Lumber I j: "Xot in Our Strength Alone" hv
C. Graham T. L. Bums B. Elliot Company on Canal Point Road inI the minister. Rev. William T I ,I I
O. B. McClure, L. L. Stucke)', R Pahokee. '! Blair. i .''I! '\
\V. Sanders J. V. Thomas. J. S The wedding will be an event in The fourth quarterly conference I
Walton. R. M. Sanders, and Mrs. early August.Wet >I held at the church last Monday under j i: Ilo..logeIIIZet' J
T. L. Burns. the supervision of Dr. Henr_* I !
The Junior Board of Stewardsas And Dry Vote I "'. Blackburn Superintendent of'' ::1 1 Ii,
follows: Thomas Dickson Jim- the Miami district was outstanding .
mie Shirley Milton Carpenter!I For Taylor County for its fine reports and clear: j :i Vitamin 1 -Ik il

Edwin Rice. Joe Hatton, Jr., Frank leadership<< of the many officers I "
Rozelle. Jr., Donald Padgett Lester PERRY Upon advice from Attorney ; The cooperation was so fine that ;1 1'
Hatton and Ronald Stanley.The General Tom Watson that Dr. Blackburn in leaving told t"ir i. -00:1:
following as trustees: C. C Taylor County's special election on minister that the state of hearth .i I!

Cr third. Frank Rozelle. R.V ( the wet and dry issue must beheld I of our church is the finest in many I r! AVAILABLE AT YOUR ':J JI 1
Sanders.! J. D. Rogers R. J. Sim- within 60 days after presents" !i i years.
onson, L. L. Stuckey and Mrs. J I'' tion of the election petition, the I - I j4: GROCERY STORE ::1
R. York. County Commissioners in a special: j;i REPORT CONVENTION I II
At the First Methodist Church' meeting moved the election dat Pahokee Rotarians. who attended I':
next Sunday the Pastor Rev. C. T I up to June 3. It had originallybeen I the annual convention in Daytona 'II -0-.0- !
Howes will use the communion set for June 10. The Com I Beach over the week end.
meditation "Abiding With Christ" missioners also called another gave their reports to the club Ii i ii
The Evening Service subject wil' special meeting to prepare a bid yest'rdaThey reported an excellent i LFACREAMERS '
be "A Glad Surprise". Special for the 137 surplus structures at meeting. I; !:I
music at each service. the Perry Army Airfield now offered --- I I
--- -.- for sale by the War Assets,; The Sarasota County S10.0OC II II I
John Kautz Sr., of Canal Pointis Administration. The county earlier j tarpon tournament will open May CO. I
a patient this week at the Everglades this year acquired the land and 15 and continue to August 1, it
Memorial Hospital. I airport properties at PAAF. was officially announced. Phone 20 Belle Glade, Fla. I



Elmer T. Jones PA y o A S R



Super Hardware SalesmanIt I + DAVIS TIRESON

i is with pleasure that we announce the active 1

participation of Elmer T. Jones


In The Hardware Business J ''ONLYSl.no DOWN

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6.00 x 16 SIZE

Pahokee Supply' Co. DAVIS BUTYL TUBESPage S o

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Hay 2, 1947 The Everglades: News Canal Point. Florida Page Seven

CIItKCII OF CIIIUVT : the chastening of the.Almighty" I as God's law is fulfilled and reformation PHA\I.NG CITY DUMPS IN IIOSJ'IT.\L AGAIN-
SCIENTIST"EVERLASIING 1 I, Job ,,:1. t. cancels th ecrime" (-lO-l:10- The county spraying equipmentwas Julian Chandler popular Paho
P U-:I S I1- Among the citations which com i 115). ). in the Glades yesterday spray- kee merchant is back in the Jack-
Ment" is the subject of the Les- --.-
prise the Lesson-Sermon is the following !- ing city dumps according to son Memorial hospital in Miami
son-Sermon which will be read in PAHOKKK B\PTIVT CHURCH County Commissioner Paul Rardn. for eye treatment. Julian unde.-
from the Bible: "Then--
Churches of Christ. Scientist It was pointed out by Rardin that: went an operation on one eye last
throughout; the world on Sunday, fore I will judge you. 0 house of The third of the effort
series of sermons an is being: made to keep fall and now the other one is giving -
May 4.The. I Israel every one according to his based on the forty days activities the dumps well sprayed this SUr.1mer him serious trouble. He ant
Golden Text is: "Behold. ways saith the Lord God. Repentand of Jesus Christ in order to keep down flies' Mrs.: Chandler plan to be in Miami
between Hi:
happy is the man whom God cor- turn ;yourselves from all your ;i and the spread of polio. for several weeks.
recteth therefore despise not thou transgressions; so iniquity shall resurrection and ascension intc
not be your ruin" (Ezekiel IS.30)). heaven will be preached this Sunday .

The Lesson-Sermon also includesthe morning at the eleven o'clock., ', ,I
UNXtE HANK.SEZOF I following passage from the hour. First Baptist Church of Pa
Christian Science textbook, uSc. I
hokee. the .
-. - by pastor Rt'C. A II
ence and Health with Key to theScriptures" I
IobergHis theme will be
SoMt t
by Mary Baker Eddy: uDoubtingThomas.." The Ladies
IN1"RE.CSf US Most IN -THIS "Lust malice, and all sorts of el Quartet the Mesdames T. KnightR.
,OLD WOQV.Q- ARE THE\ 1HurC5 are dieseased beliefs, and you can Grimes C. llobergand: Mis-I
WE KNOW 'fH' LEAST ,, destroy them only by destroyingthe PegAnn Moberg. will sin?. I

A OU1'I I "- I them.wicked If the motives evil is which over produce in the (please At the note night change service in at time S o'clock). the' A Servant of the Glades i
t repentant mortal mind while is
I' pastor will speak on. "As it was;.
effects still remain on the individual in the days of Noah so shall it be
I you can remove this disorder in the days of the coming of the I
To Miami
Ron of Man" Is the world gettirs I 4 Buses I
better Are people more Christ To West Palm Beach I
minded not church minded), thereis I.
Tractor Trouble? i a difference What about the Daily To Ft :Mjers & Lakeland i
hand that rocks the cradle What I !
Maybe YourMAGNETO about 1960 If true what are we
going to do about it? These' and
other questions will be consideredThe Glades Motor Lines, Inc. :

hl edsREPAIRING chart will be used. ThE I
pastor will give the facts as he SERVING THE
Are you interested in keeping sees them without fear or favorA I :
your tar looking its best. short musical:; program will Jv I II
Come to the LAKE SHORE Let us do the job quickly I
entered into that the
MOTOR CO. . with our factory tools speaker carhave : I I II
we give quick and the time to do justice to th-'I
service and the best paintingand testing equipment
We subiect The Training Union will
are fully qualified
upholstering you'lfind :
anywhere. Drop in, today to service all standard begin at" o"clock.ith a t"n I I
magnetos minute by The Mobergson
and let us serve you. In our program I,
complete automotive repair PAST, RELIABLE "The family altar". The publicis I I Ii Ii
shop, you're sure to receive the cordially invited. I
service your car needs.
I i

Dave tockman's
:Machinery s Sale andSerice
IwiJj I Repair

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Bennet Bros. Service Station a I I 1 WHICH: ..\AFFECT EVERY VEGETABLE

Box 245 Pahokee Phone 579 Belle Glade Road iJ I::8

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j Barbecued Ribs to Carry Home I
Barbecue Sandwiches

I Chicken In A Basket

I Give Us A Trial! You'll Be Back

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Authorized Dealers . .



"I do any kind of Steel Construction at any place

; :Manufacturers Of





j L. L. STUCKEY, Chairman

!! Canal Point Machine Works E Florida Vegetable Committee


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Eight The Everglades Xews. Canal Point. Florida
Friday.. May. 2, 1941

U. S. S. c. To Dedicate Monument In Honor of F. .E. Bryant, Sugar Industry Founder


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I k A t
Dr. and Mrs. T. H. Abbey hav.
returned home from a visit with
his sister Mrs. S. H. Trayham anc J

other relatives in Atlanta, Ga. -

Mr. and Mrs. Francis Cross have -
purchased the Jernigan home in :

Canal Point. The Jernigans wil ,
1 :
move to Clewiston when schor.i xi -

cloMs; where Mr. Jernigan h?.
i ai
been transferred with the sugar: z

company.Mr. -4
and Mrs. M. I. "Keen anc i r S.i ,

son! : Richard, have returned froi i
a visit with his mother. Mrs. U. S

Keen, in Abbeville. Ga.

MaryVhidden of Canal Point j is M w..
recuperating from an operation
cnJOr.ii4 ,"Y M f
performed at the I 'erglade1.-
morial Hospital Tuesday evenine.
John A. Dulany manager of the
Pahoke State Farmers' Market : F v'5r

returned this week, from a business' -- S :: -. *? -e $

::. C.
trip to Clinton
Dr. and Mrs. L. \\'. Armstrong:

have as guests this week their rand !
snt If1r
1auahter-in-law.. and Mr :
Alvin Armstrong. and infant sor.
Gary Alan of llialrah and Mr I

TJ. F Murray of Cleveland. Ohio

Mr. and Mrs II. J. Andersnp * ,aa

had a" guests over the weekendMr.

a..rl Mrs. Fred! Mollor and Mr
p.r.'l! )Ir". Hans Moller and children

(.f Coral Gables and Mr. m'llr
F. L. Johansen and Mis= Tavc a

Schau of Denmark.Mr. .
: and :Mr:. J. C. Schoeppelenteitaired hS
at the woman's' rlnfc-

house last Tuesday evening witha \

dinner pn'tv Jtonfrint1i.- 1

Helen lurks, a mmbcr: of th->
State Welfare Ron til who is leaving S

for :Mountain: Citv. X C /.Ye1">- 4.y .
hers of the hoard and other "is. -
riated with i is work were trues.1Mr. E aA
and:: Mrs.!' Jon Ki'k of We tPnlTi

P.ea"h and Mrs. 'Vdt'ro..- w
r"'ons of Canal l Point returned
their! hornet Tuesday after spending -

several days in Milledgevil!

(:,.. there they Kid been cr a1f, rl
tieca'i of the serious illness of! 9wi

their grandfather.

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DR. C. E. CREEL a.


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Office Hours

8 a. m. to 12 Noon Only 4
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Wednesday'' & Sunday



At 11 a. m. today at the Bryan sugar industry; in the Kverglad"as ? W P Jernigan who has been asrniated taken a couple of years ef"r( hi1passinp -
ri'lIIJC' tt>nographer.lr5.. VanJ. t Azurar> Plantation of the U. S I \\ started in 1! :21 but Mr. Bryant .- wit" tie sugar i ,n It shows him in his usual
York at Everglades Discount Sugar Corporation ("t>Temont'-: j I had been interested in this section here since U'22: : Jusiah Ferns of
I fieJn' ilresvhnh he wore riMut of
Company in new Wroten Building will be held to dedicate a monument sine 1S+inl.> He was instnimen tr;.' CJewisti'p : e t she sugat;

kee. tf memory of the late F. K. Bryant i! establish the sugar cane testing ceremonies. Mr Bryant died irDecember touch with everything that was

EIWI.UtnOrSt: : OF I founder of the sugar industry in station at Canal Point. Dedicatory 1JJ5. following a heart going on in the eastern division of

KE.\lTY the Lake Okeechobee Region. The remark. today will be delivered by attack. The above picture w-i the company.The .
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All Phases of Beauty Culture

Phone 2'Z I IIONOU nn.... r Insanity Would Be I Mr. and Mrs. Sidney I'eLoa'-h |I chamber of commerce olWauchula

Lake Shore Drive Canal P<,intS.:17U' A In All Subjects and children t.a"ft'turnt'd t o J -eking the establishment -

12th.:! Grade: Dorothy Cnastain.Mb I Grounds For Divorce their home in Deerfif-ld after a | of a Stat Farmers! lire-
tanks and grease traps
Grade: Janf'ttf'Iathl*. visit with their aunt. :Mrs.: Mir.rn stork market and a committeewas
'hone 7th Grade! : Dorothy Fields. Mvi.Baxter .- j TALLAHASSKK Incurable! i'- L. Hughes! arodIr! and Mrs O. appointed recently to work

san-.ty and confinement In an L Flynn in f .e.TKTIN. with State officials and cattle inter -
nu..t: PAINTINiJ: see John A or Bin all subjects12th I asylum for s. vn year.w .,il
Chandler!! veteran, Pahokee.Fa. :! Grade: James Laths.i I fume a new grrund for dvun- ,
MaySpdI'Olt I B..ttnn Sears. Ann O'Connell M i I' :n Florida under a bill\] into Hii.i. I II >
Hill FHani. IVRgy::: :\I\N-r Harry in the house Tuesday by n..,..- Cp et Stomachs
N \1.1J..ur: room semi-mod Frenitl. Lvr.n Home. J'an'IIM1n I Tim M. Sellar of Lake ant l D P Of
Yield Inches
ern home evils reduce! tc i iSl7r.O liodnev Oonnell. Ona Humphries. I Mi'Kenzie of Levy THURSDAYAPRIL

Dan Carjvr.ter. Phone tail ; llth Grade: Los Efhols.!! J<>\ j The measure specifically: pr- ins And I Bloat

Padgett ..H.ubara'rott'n.. vid's that rln'oTex-.III') -.->r r. 10
I'itK s \1.1:: Vacant building: 36 lotGrade: Helen :Morr.s.: Imo- | lieve ore spouse of the "W.c.. I -.' .? .. a..,! ,.< : ,.. i -jia. tfraitlI "
ft by 40( ft : On two lots: with .
gene; Kpivev Ilion of providing for care of the:' Ij t h wr-t S- air bitter :;hsta "-
. I I
''':otra 't.Catt'.1 in Canal Point
9th Grade: : Betty Oarwick. :Stevofxirk. :: insane divorced party M01 IK I. UIM. UK -.- ;. r.:.' .".r' .,' '
This huiUhng would make" two nice ---- ... .. .. .
1 1Ns. e-- '. T
St'1nJ.-y Hook*. Srh Part < rPI U 1.1| II f' r '
\ Stptc: tank and Grease trap I Bet's' Hi.-ks R.' .v W T Blair ..f the an-.l 1yFIII'; .r..! ., "r.'
. in. Will sell at bargain .. ... .
beady a Point Metho.lst I"Je.. f, .r t. .. V.1
hurch ab>
'th Gra.leGeorge R.'reiV. ta: < is 10he TIIIHf'YIn.r : I
.1 S Atkir.*. Pelican Lake. Fla : :,"- ;- '.' ..\ .'. -r r.<--* 1!- ,'
'ml Snyder: out again after several days ,
M2p.l :- ."\ I. :.1.aa- Ir : \ :
7!h ."Id, ': Dokie Atkin Flfars: severe illnessTed !' \ :'. ..., III'KIN: *. .,rv .- an a> t i .

KOI; KIAT; : Fr.-nt bedroom nicely 'or: Jernigan. _ 'Ie Beach cf New Brt;an mi: --. 1'11.1: iaA'! d-aPianv.Gfv.' .
furr.ishe! Mrs. \\'. J. I..u- I Conn the of INNER-AID ::11 .r.;.- r.- 1 .
was Genrge
r'!,;,'r... lUcom Point load. Paho- j! "We cannot see the sense in i I ctainr.r; ; mr and David
Ramey ever tr ,
kt v Itp i! 'cutting: taxes on cigarette beet wv-'k'nd 12 Great Ilerbn. th# -
__ _ I I and whiskey and l vyinc new < >ar..e bnweU. clear can f- : 1.
1 (ill > \I.K: B. F. Goodrich: Seat; i 1 Laxes on everyday r.ecessatie. MrLeon.rd Quattlebaum r-t DR. ; t stomach. art or iuggi b liver '
covers for most c\r'l' 1936 te' tales' the Melbourne Times in an Miami vested ber aurc Mrs Minnie ION k.dnrvn II"r1abll Iceyle se r.
all So
feel different nrer. don't & '
1941. $1645 Henderson Texacr editorial opposing the: proposed > L Huehes. in Patckee cveitie r wif nrr: f>t Ir.cr-AJ4 SoloPage

Station lIe 1:*r cent general sales tax weekend. .. ", .1 dr5g "r.1I