The Everglades news

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The Everglades news
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Belle Glade news
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Place of Publication:
Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Everglades News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
May 23, 1947
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Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
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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>.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).

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Established924 A17S"The

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May 23, 1947 PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL MJ5tjffir-0y;: ;


County ProposesNew David Bleech Is Fund Raising Istegion's Singers Will Meet Community Chest

New Lions MemberDavid Sunday AfternoonReppard

For Disburses FundsTo
Airport Merle Bleech. who is as ProjectAction Cowart. president of
socattdith the EJeech Insurance
Service To GladesBacom Agency, was welcomed a- the Palm Beach County S nginCon'ention.
as On WorkOfficers
to step-up their current I promises some good Carry
member of the Pahokee Lions
fundraisingcampaign taken music at the sing that will be held
was I I
Club at the Tuesday luncheoj
by members of Fred and by PBCSC at the First Bapti.stChurch
Point on the shore of meeting. He was introduced to his Percy of the Pahokee-Canal
in Pahokee on Sunday.
Mansfield Post 90 at
a meetingin
Lake Okeechobee three miles south fellow Lions by Frank Rozelle. the woman's clubhouse Monday May 25. at 2:30 p. m. Some talented Point Community Chest met in the

east of Pahokee and six miles The club completed final plans I night. After hearing a report on quartets from Miami and other office of the Prince Theatre Monday -
for presenting its benefit play I night with F. M. Shaughnessy
northwest of Belle Glade, has been I the progress of the campaign neighboring cites are expected to ,
chosen by the County Commission "Cornza Poppin" in the high I given by Leonard Dobrow in the I take part in the singing. All per- I president presiding.Mrs. .
school auditorium Thursday nigh. Leon
listen- Spooner secretary
who singing or
absence enjoy
as a site for a proposed new of the chairman MelvynPiigh sons
May 22. and tonight. May 23. at 8 I i invited to reported that the 1947 goal of
airport for the Everglades farm- i the group organized 12 I ing to good singing are
p. m. Malcom Millar led in group I $12.600 has been pledged in full
ing area. : : II fund-raising teams of 10 men each' attend.
singing. -- and of this
: amount $8.854 has been
Commissioner Paul Rardin announced the following elected as team
Friday the county's prep j captains: I. J. Frasure, Jr.. S. f':. .collected to date. Mrs. Spooner
Revival Cancer Drive To I !'ed confidence that the bulkf
aration of a request for over Drawing Gammage, E. A. Jensen. Park xpre
i the uncollected balance
$50.000 in CAA funds to be Keen W. E. McKinstry, J. W.Mullis. ) of $3,746will

matched by the county, for con- John T. Pickett. Carm .1 Raise $1500 CashThe be forthcoming during May
AttendanceThe i and June .
Large I as pledged.The
struction of a field on a 250-acr" Salvatore. Jr.. Paul Sasser. Ar-
I i board of directors voted to
tract of sand land. The location thur P chosen he said--east of the dike i Jr., and \\'. A. Rice. drive for funds to fight cancer disburse 75 per cent of the 1947

at the end of Bacom Point revival meeting at the Can- :\i Tentative plans were made fora is under way in the Pahoke -
al Point Baptist Church is draw- agen-cies I'
the only spot in the farming; gala celebration and whirlwind and Canal Point section, accordingto !
region close to the road system ing a large attendance each night ,i i i drive on the last day of the cam- P. P. deMoya who has been ,pleted payment of the monies as

having the sand soil necessary to according to Rev. Don Pinson ;|i i paign. July 4, which will be named chairman of the drive. The I follows:
pastor of the church. The meeting : Kiwanis Dental Clinic 71,0Crippled
for the two communitieshas $
support a flying field surface.. brought to a climax with a dance amount
Muck is too soft. started Monday night and i kat i night in the Elks Hall at whicr. been set at $1 tOO. Mr. deMoya Children's Soc'v SI
will continue through next Thurday *- : Roy Scout Counci ..
"Growers and packers have long '>i time the drawings for prizes will -
felt the need of an adequate ai*- night the pastor said. ', be made. Net proceeds from the said.Women working in teams willcanvass Salvation Army 1,200
Glades Rev. John Courtney pastor of will into the the community for this P. High School Band 1.500
port in the area. They return campaign go building
the South Knoxville (Tenn.) Bap- have Local Charities Fund _
worthwhile effort and boxes 3.OOO
from their national conventions fund which the post is accumulating -
with the conclusion that, in tist church is bringing the mess- for the construction of a new been placed in all business housesto Playgrounds Fund 750
age each night. Rev. Loys Frink in for the drive. PahoVee Pubiic Library 900
the future, a lot of fancy-packaged Legion home. -. gather ca/h
pastor of the Deerfield Baptist the first town in In addition to the above disbursements -
stuff is going to'be flown out of Commander Paul Tillery named Belle Glade was:
here" Rardin said. Church, is in charge of the sing- new chairman of standing com- Palm Beach county to go over the an amount of $767 wa

The price of the land is to be ing. M > mittees as follows: O. K. Carr. top in the cancer drive, raising its I transferred to the Pahokee Play-

included in the request to the membership; C. R. Wetherington, quota several weeks ago when the ground Fund this amount being

CAA. he continued. The request Ona Humphries Is Jr.. house; Maurice Carlton finance drive first started. due this fund from the 1946 bud-

itself is in the form of a project WinnerOna : S. A. Jensen legal; DavidM. If you wish to donate to the j get. The amount allocated to

allocation application support for Rotary Essay Bleech publicity; Claude S. drive and don't happen to see any- I j playgrounds i for 1947 was divided

which has been promised by the Jones service; A. J. Lively visit one who is collecting just drop I between the two communities, 40/

County Commission. Humphries a member of ing; Carmen Salvatore, Sr.. Americanism your check in the mail to Mr. de I percent to Canal Point and 69
the Pahokee high school gradu- at Pahokee. It will to* percent to Pahokee.
athletics Moya
Plans call for one 5000ft. run- ; X. L. Garrison ;
ating class this year, appeared b- credited. During the meeting the chest
way-long enough to handle the John T. Pickett. disaster and relief properly
fore the Pahokee Rotary club yesterday .-- --
directors voiced their appreciationand
largest twin-engined transport ; Lawrence Dany Sons of th-
planes. There will be another and read her essay which Legion; S. E. Gammage, child Vacation Bible thanks both to the volunteer
had been chosen the winner of the
workers who their services In
shorter for smaller walfare Harold Wilkinson defense gave
runway planes. ; i
annual Rotary Essay' Contest. The School Is Planned !,, getting pledges and collecting con-
The first project provides only for and Kenneth Mock, Post 90 member -
stabilization of the soil and the subject this year was 'Communism of the Pahokee School Athletic j I tributions and to the public for
versus U. S. Democracy. For Vacation Bible !,, in do-
turfing of the runways. I Council. Plans for a its fine spirit of cooperation
"We've never had an airport many years seniors have, partici- ... School at the Pahokee First Methodist I(gating I to the Community Chest.
large enough to handle the trans- pated in the essay contest with thi i Church were discussed by the i I I Participating in Monday night's
port and freight planes. The DC3 winner being chosen after the papers i Lois 1 Morgan Receives Workers Council of the churcn meeting were the following workers -

that flew into the strip on the dike are numbered and read by a .school i at a meeting Tuesday night : Abe Dobrow. Frank Shaugh-

at Pahokee this winter couldn't group of citizens. Serious Injuries Mrs. Jess M. Elliott Mrs. Arch ne sy. Trrry Sellers. Joe Kahn.

take off ag'ainith any sizeable ------ Automobile Crash Blakey and Mrs. Cruthird were Otto RIeech.l O. McClure.: LoolLence.

load. That's why that test flight Bobby Baker Will)) j i appointed on a committee to select Albert Fremd Sadie Bar-

cf a cargo of vegetables couldn'tbe Attend Boy's State |j Three Pahokee High School Seniors : literature and other materials for ;,. wick A. R. Harrington and the
: the vacation school the date of secretary. Mrs. Leon Spooner.In .
called conclusive Rardin said. 1 were injured and one escaped I'
He explained that the landing Members of Canal Point Legioii ,i unhurt in a car smashup on Con- which will be announced next: the chest welfare fund there

strip now used at Pahokee by dusters Post 212 at a meeting in the ners Highway about six miles! cast week i is an amount of S3.0OO( which is distributed

, and other private fliers was I Thomas building Monday night f Canal Point around 8 o'c1.'k Jack Spencer was appointed to the needy in the two

never meant to be a flying field voted to sponsor Bobby Baker at Friday evening. superintendent of the Intermediate communities by a special committee

with its! narrow roadway on the Boys State in Tallahassee June i The group including Lois Morgan. Department of the church orvrr.posfd of the following:

lake shore and the steep dike gradeon 916. The post will assume its :; Ruth Cochran. Otis Boland !school replacing Jack Phillips who Dow Geiger in 'anal Point. MrF.
resigned. T. [.. Burns general O R. nIf'f'chI! : .\. D. Beverly
the other sido. He cited the protege's expenses while he is and Thomas Dickson.!" was enrout
fatal crash of a Ft. Lauderdaleflier attending Roy State. Young .to West Palm Reach to attend nj supt'rintf'ntlt'nt.'f' a report on Mrs II. C Graham of Pahoke:

early this year, when the Baker. son of Mr. and Mrs. "'10- j dance: given by the Esquire Club of the district meeting which he attended Mrs Rkerh i is! chairman ft the

plane smacked into a guy wire of liam Baker of Canal POint. is a i Palm Reach Junior CoIIoee when recently in Orlando. Jrout'anti a report bv her at the
the Highway Patrol antenna tower junior at Pahokee High School and the 1H Ford sedan in which they -- ----- meeting i j- 'I! :!its rest to all don-

there. i letterman on the Blue Devil were ri.inJjth Roland at the Mr. and Mrs. Ronny Odum and ors.
children of Illinois are the guests Mn. Rlerh reported that .:nee
Rardin s.tid' Latin adtquitair- football t*>am. wheel swerved headon into the
of her : and Mrs. E. K.J 13 ...I1f.ll and *.'trhild'rn
p3ff'ntJltr Dee 1 lf tf IO. i
made to ; West Palm
port for the Everglade section The po t plans spon- trees bordering the I
J Coleman in have receive: aid frnra
could mean important advantage!' s' >r n comedy play. "Pep Parado"in Beach Canal I
from fast air freight service both the school auditorium sometime 1 .\ rool head and quick thinkirsr the fund KxpenditttTn; went farbit

f, and from the action.Fave in July the date to be an- on the part 'f l1ick. n. Blue Devil I arm as well as! abrasion ant ; tirket ST.
- ------ rmnoet.! The play will be pr'- star fullback. the only one of th > rut Miss ("..s hran. who suffered school s :npr\r,*. adults* t'1rot"tnf

Gilbert; ) Wins seated bv the Empire Producing; group wh'a.... nn in junod. saveJ i head injuries and Boland. wr:" rh'Idren's clothing and ahaestuelne'f .
..f local fro! ar-1 1ro'"+ this fund art n'aJ ID'i. -
Company with a cast !hiss Morear and Bolind t received a severely torn ear
._..... .,'ienta -- ...m".mtco
to an' tra
I'DC Essay Contest thh ad '
we "
taVnt: possible drowning :as they I !-ratons on .
T 'mir.y GTlf lth. membership thr"'T! r. 'nf-1'-}'lr".1 ant dazt-1 hugha f" the Evrg''rl !1'. !..I..m'.. --" 1.v tte rornmttt o

VH\V < :.'K't P.ihkt'o rs:.:i'-: "'-'i-r ..n. report' ,i that Post 242. with shock into the Canal and} vwort : : .; Hospital for 'Y"*-r.-rt B.r. .->- fire f heree...... j. "..'.I. .r'

'. ,1! 1\:r. ." ' !U-or; ,i .! "; hr5'". y.'r: :1Y',7'v, a few irt the water art brcv i i !1-". '' a" tet.. t.r" ',:, "'1,' fp.rd "",rt., .;!:t.. cr.rrrrl'.... '

. .. '. *: r'A-l'''> ij;; . ., ...Sr.:; '!. ..l )11- e..-..rt.rna'l'2'.J"1 v.'. .
> -f >-. > s'u'ss Da::;hters r.f " *so. \ ;:\> .1 their out Miss Cf rjran wa.- f :;'o-rnal: ; :r a .. .
t".'nf'\h racy count' wide essay n t'm f'rshspt iO w:':- pr?sr'e<"t- .i..ti >i bv T *;. vrrr- h' ,w on tv ('''' h'::1"1 ..r Mr'rrt .... M'sMorga.: !ST., ''!Ir" the f ;"da 3' .

d' ti-st Tar topic used throuh.t .,' 'n.'r'aO.r'i: : th:.. n':tth-.r: !,,, ';1"\\ : h.i t .-' \v''"r. >t thrfsr: from t*:> : '..:!i a' G'l ca"Lrtan Hoa- i" a f'.rttrnr' ,in" ;, .- ' -

. :' Palm Reach count bv students The! near future.Commander .''tl! -.. *> :T r. r. !" :'." !' ,,. Fvz's t.a tie'Aa Aa-, ,

parti, ipatins :in the contest not.v, P".j i M'." 1for'! n. the n1-,iI :. ' .. r ... ... ': .;; 't' ::'.0- , . I : .' rt t hre Abets: .

\\ It"". .'\U\ander II. tt'phens'K'f' that men-.oers of the Auxiharv will I injured' of the group is th* da-air- j ptW sb1f'. i one Di4lar-A-Dav Club:

President of the Confederacy"Miss serve refreshment at the b4*: ?..r of Police Chief and Mrs A. F. Road Patrolman \V. : : K . .. their rh-"k" for $3R5: to t:

--e. street dance "'bscbnil be held one i Morgan. Sh was taken to Gn...I who investigated' the a.. ." r. rommur.itT chest

Mary Solick spent th Saturday ractt. May SI. in celebration Samaritan Hospital' tn West Pain ported the car. avne&! k: r..ur* ---

\\<<1..nJ.sst1 fronds in Okeochobce of the close of the post'scurrent it was found she suffer Chief Morgan was' aIm a total O BGainesvi1e. tri-hr. was a tsahaa.''p..'!. :: >x1 (,,'>rf'- .r.! frv t'.re'sf % '..-:: wre- k .. ....'.r :" Ta.aLa; .-"-- laat week


Page Two The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Friday May 23 1947

THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing I O'Connell Named | Hamburger Fry Ula Burns key and acted and hosts.Mrs. Arc

Enjoyed By SeniorsSeniors Guests Belk
the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region : i were Phyllis AngesGraydon.
Aid To Investigate Ona Humphries, Peggy
Established: 1924 Published Every Friday I at the Pahokee High Moberg.: Jean Wilson Ann O'Con-

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance School who are affiliated with the nell. Betty Ann Sears. Harry

I Papy Bribe Charge Pahokee First Methodist Church Fremd. John Hatton. IningIa-
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn II
and their friends were entertanvd loy. David Thomas. Bill Elam Wil-
Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter I ;
i at a hamburger fry and outdoor bur Geiger. Lynn Home EJ
Phil O'Cor- party given by the Simonson-Lair Howell. James Latham and Milton
Paul Itardin Owner, Editor, Publisher I nell. who slugged his way to a Circle. WSCS. on the churcn Palvatore. Also Mrs J. Frank Col-

collegiate conference boxing g'roundIonday evening. Games son and Mrs. Paul Gissendaner
Wages Of Sin I (hampionship and then to the i were enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Senior Class sponsors, and their
Gordon Bennett intolerant of fighting state attorney's job of Palm Beach '' Schroder.
Publisher James: was I Mr. and Mrs. T. L- husbands.
followed in the old I' county will arrive here Thursday i i
a practice all to frequently rough- -
as special prosecutor for the probe -i I
and-ready days of journalism.Thus I .
of bribe charges against Reps j
one of his printers who showed up at work one I :
Bernie C. Papy of Key West. i
with well-blacked knew that he must concealit !
morning a eye
Gov. Millard C. Caldwell announced j j
be fired. In moment of inspiration, he smeared his
or a the appointment on the | !
entire face with ink. eve of the selection here of a spe-
Bennett noticed him immediately.: cial Leon county grand jury before Corn Earworm and i

"What are we paying that man?" he asked the foreman. whom the governor had announced -

Told the amount, the old publisher ordered, "Double it previously that under the ;

It's obvious that he's doing more work than anyone else in constitution he could give the investigation I

the plant!"-Collier County News.Woman's no help until the local s
official asked it.
----------------- Budworm
BEACH PARTYMembers Obviously, however, he h a J Controli:

Club of the ninth grade at given more than casual thought to
the matter and the identity of the: I Ii
Installs Officers Pahokee High School enjoyed a I IJ i
beach party at the Lake Wort I man he would call. Little tim J
was lost in summoning O'Connellonce i
Casino The wentto
Mrs. Leon Spooner was installed Saturday. group !
the party in a truck driven by the request came.
president of the PahokeeVoman's McKinstry. They were accompanied Optimism swept the proponentsof
Billy Can become We have !
now a now
Club at the annual installation by Coach Clyde Alley, a complete and thorough investigation -

_ luncheon held in the clubhouse class sponsor, Mrs. Sam McKins of the bribe charges as an oil base Insecticide which has proven :

Tuesday noon. This will be Mrs. try Sr., and :Mrs. W. A. Keen. "news of O'Connell's appointmen effective in the Sweet Corn growing area i
Spooner's second consecutive yearas Lynn Horne and Bill Elam, members was passed through the capitol .
of the Senior Class were :!corridors. of Central Florida for controlling the Corn
president of the club. i There had been a growing belief -
among the invited guests. Approximately -
Earworm Budworm. Also have
Other officers inducted by Mrs. I 35 attended. the local prosecutor, withoutan we a

Sam McKinstry, Sr., who actedas assistant trained investigator -
I -- or a few advance samples of a newly perfectedand i
installing officer, were Mrs. J. at his command would find I
educational scholarships Hand Gun for the
C. Schoeppel, first vice president; Six i his hand tied in an attempted patented application -
Mrs. R. J. Schroder, second vice !'1 each covering 2 years of col- I probe and the findings: would be of this material. We recommend that

prf'sidentIrs; Frances Moose, recording legeork at Riddle- Inter-Ameri- anything but conclusive.! I
secretary; Mrs. Vinson can College in Coral Gables are I .--- you come in and see how simple and easyit

Henderson, proxy for Mrs. A. K. ; open to 1917 Florida High School i is to treat with this II
: students, it was announced by Greer HollingsworthMiss j your crop gun. I I
Morgan corresponding secretary;
John Paul Riddle chairman of the II
Mrs. G. M. Belk, treasurer; Mrs.
\V. H. Rogers, proxy for Mrs. J. 'school. I Ruby Alvina Hollings- :
R. York, parliamentarian; Mrs. I I I --- worth daughter of Mr and Mrs. ?. I II I

Lewis Friend, auditor. i I A bill authorizing the State I L. Hollingsworth of Pahokee. became -

On the program Mrs. Orin Bacon : Board of Health to wage an intensive j the bride of Charles Walter
j Greer. of Mr. and Mrs. Allen j
played two piano solos and Miss: campaign against cancer i son
Helen Howes, vocalist, sang two j I|, passed. the House and was sent to I Greer of L'kt"orth, at a sins:!" j I

numbers accompanied at the piano the Senate last week. I I ring;: ceremony performed at.Jhe ;

by Miss Louise Hamilton. The retiring -i -- ----- I[ home of Rf"U.. E. Reid retired i I KILGORE SEED CO.
; minister Lake Worth
officers in of Baptist in
were charge j Mrs. Hal Strickland of Titusvilleis
on Saturday. May 10. I
the program and luncheon arrangf'ments. the guest this week of Mr. anJ
; The vows read the Rev. I!
I were by
I Mrs. Paul Rardm in Canal Point.tflcmtfcr
j i I Reid ar the couple stood before I II BRED-RITE SEEDS ;
an improvised altar dt coratl'fll i j

with cut flowers. Pahokee: Fla. Phone 3201 :
The bride wore a blue garh'triiine ,
t tI
uit with white accessoriesand ti
a corsage of orchids.Mr. i
I and Mrs. J. B. Hawkins of I I ': :, i ii
Miami, brother-in-law and sisterof I i I

the bridegroom, were attend

ants. ,
Before her marriage Mrs Greerwa
< student at Pahokee High I I

School. Mr. Greer. a graduate of { I! '
Belle Glade High School is now |
I I employed by the Lake Worth Fire i

Department The couple will mak
their home in Lake Worth.
I .... I
Is Again On The Program

i 1i : L. ,t_ I I May 19, Raymond Christian, :, :' i
i owner of Christian Chevrolet, Pa- Come in and See Our Stock of Fishing* ,

hokee and Hub Spooner. Manager,
1 i I Iof Christian Chevrolet, Clewiston, Equipment, Including .I i

: ; attended a Dealer's meeting at the
Gt'Or Washington Hotel in Vet
Rods Reels Baits
;1 Palm Beach. E. O. Savitz. Regional ..- Casting ,
Manager of General Mote.s .

Acceptance Corporation, from Atlanta ; Hooks Lines and i
i 1/ CLiM '
tlf of ,
I i ( 1947we was presentith an important I

I: message for the Chevrolet

: u'el"I to cod f/rufufclfc i/oit. II Dealers. a- Weights 1:

!I By d.ligeiur and perseverance: you I Pahokee Mr and spent Mrs.the Cooper past Doster week enl of For Both Rod and Fly Fishing and ;

hate ojx-ued the ilmii that ;scads to the
in't'ro Beach with relatives. Thev
I Other
fuller lice and l tool etu'i\niei't of things i|! were accompanied by Mrs. Dost- Fishing Paraphernalia

'; ; /gained unit! 'hri) >-:;z1'' :elt-denial anJxeli er's aunt. Mrs. M M. Miller

"'n.nMerx"w: i '.t. ;an.. Well Known :Man Felt SEE HOME: APPLIANCE WARES

'" ; ; oruir t

,.. '1. tIn ,1'1-..:. .\.: wi-h voii- Like Swollen Balloon; ': While in the store just look around I
,! : "'T"' "nltt'a ors Full Of Stomach Gas:
and see what fine merchandise we
R t'r 'iv\ a wl! known man st.-u '
",'i T it h,' ud t-> feel lik" a 5\\n-| have on our counters and on our
1 1. h.l;i,1.1 a'*.'r "t'n.r1 al! Hv ,' | .
-"GI! M Jtt full of gas and spit ur shelves especially in our House \\ are

-t '-1!-.b. !: i'i.c Wag tl"rnhhcon'tlpat.'J Department in the Balcony.

T': "- r'.in .* one of the. hundred ir. ( ;Jht't-ware.; : Aluminum, ai.d! Knam!
f:. \':. :*", *v who now praise IN-:
:NTHir: Ho states hf was ama:':- Waro-} .
a' \0 t'jifaults when h* took his
M. P. HOt IAN INC. .
h' :: r N iw he eats' wnat h-'
.., ..
\< -A ? .i.t ga! or liiiiatine and
v- -At'-; .\r*> rrgrilfiT for the first
INSKCTinPK> PAHOKEE.: : FLA. r:: ,. .\-ars He feels like a new

IN'NTR-AID cor.tairji 12 Great
H,'rhe they cleanse! bowels. clear
pas! from stomach act on slupgislI.V.T '
sri.! kiir...v!I. Miserable peo- MAIN STREET IIEi: I.E: GLADE, FLA.
pl! *>-.n feel, different all over 5. '
.1? -'. .. .. '
r uff-n-.j: Ot INXER-: .
'- \If"' si: by all drag stOre 5, __ __ ___

May. 23. 1947 The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Page Three

', I iIn it movie-goers will find one you will remember having sat children of Madison are expectedto

Cinematic ChatterBy I highlight after another-an exciting through in a long time. Owing to I arrive here Sunday (evening fora

Malcolm MillarI new type of love triangle, the length the running time will bo week's visit with friends.
the ultimate in faith the vivid, revealing announced at the box office.

experiences of a good toying See you at the movies-Mai.Shauffhnessy Mr.' and Mrs. A. R. Harrington
am devoting the "Cine col woman who becomes trans - --v are in Morven.' Ga., for a few days
umn" this week to the picture we formed into a vicious creature of attending to business They will!
have given more publicity to than the Paris underworld, gripping ad- Sells Miss Margaret Tucker of Lake return to their Canal Point home

any picture we have played herein venture and the fast paced tight- New International] Worth and Franklin Tenn., was Sunday.

my memory. That picture is ly-knit record of a journey of a the guest of Mrs. Frances Moosein I
"The Razor's Edge", which will World Was-1 veteran-in which Harvester Freezer Pahokee over the weekend. i i Lester Duncan left Sunday for

make it's bow on the Prince millions of today's ex-G. I.'s will Wiley Tams and Marvin Levinsare Hawthorne where he will work in

Theatre screen for a two day run, see themselves.This Wide current interest in freez- catching up with their fishingat I the vegetable deal for several

this Sunday, May 26-27. picture is also a personal ing as a means of preserving f resa Salerno this week. ,,!weeks.
of W. foods has been bringing crowds Mrs. Laverne Baker Myers is a
This six-star picturization scintil-
triumph for each of the six Mrs. J H. Bordeaux is in Good
Somerset Maugham's famous novel daily to the Glades Equipment patient at the Everglades Memorial -
lating stars who so convincingly Samaritan hospital in West Palm
has been acclaimed "a Hollywood portray the diversified characters Company in Pahokee where the Hospital this week. Beach where she is undergoing

triumph" by critics and reviewers about whom Maughman wrote. new International Harvester Miss Donna Hillier will graduateat treatment.Mr. .

throughout the land. This is Power's first screen role Freezer is on display. the Montverde Academy on
The stirring film which stars since his release from the U. S. There isn't an unlimited supplyof June 3 following which she will and :Mrs. Charles Kennen

Tyrone Power, Gene Tierney, Marines. Gene Tierney. already a the freezers, as yet, but prompt spend the summer with her par- have as guests this week her sister -

John Payne Anne Baxter Clifton top-flight star makes this char- delivery can be made of those sold ents. Mr. and Mrs. Don Hillier, in Mrs. Lester Bernhardt and

Webb and Herbert Marshall Is a acter of Isabel a love-mad beguiling at once, according to Frank Pahokee.Mr. children Charlotte and Frank of

brilliantly lighted arrow which fiend one will not soon forget. Shaughnessy, owner of the Glades and Mrs. B. S. Waring and Miami.

shoots a tremendous spark of clar- John Payne ages fifteen years for Equipment Company.

ity into the horizon of the post- his portrayal in this story. Anne The model on display is an 11-

war world. It is a penetratingmark Baxter changes her character cubic-foot chest type, which both

of distinction artistically designed -I throughout, even her walk talk freezes and stores, and holds op- !i
to entertain the blase and and thinking. She is supurb in proximately 385 pounds of food ata
impress even the unimpressionable.CHIROPRACTOR her role. time. The freezer is handsomely Western Auto Resumes Annual

Clifton Webb is the suave exponent designed, with smooth rounded
corners free of cracks and crevices ; i iI
of sophistication in his
role and he is said to have been that would complicate housekeeping. Bass Contest
the only actor in Hollywood who ;. The big single lid is a"floating" I Big !

WEST PALM BEACH could have properly handled this type, spring counterbalanced
MON. WED. and FRI.BELLE GLADE role! which requires no effortto !

TUES. THURS. and SAT Maugham wrote himself in this lift and cannot slam shut. After a five year lapse due to the war, Western Auto Sup- ;
Especially interesting to visitorsis ply Company of Missouri, is again sponsoring its well-known I
DR. L S. JONES novel and it has fallen to veteranactor
I I' the wide, smooth. moulder-rub and popular Big Bass Contest. This year the contest is big- I
Marshall to portraythe
Suite 301-02) Comeau Bldg. Herbert ber space all around the top of the ger than ever before. Prizes totaling $1065750; in list value
Phone 3650 West Palm Beach Fla. Mr. Marshall -
author of the story.
will be awarded the icountry. i
i freezing and storage compartment. the winning contestants throughout
of '
does a painstaking job is entirely free of This contest which has proved so popular in the :
i lit screws or
__ making Maugham believable in I'other fastenings and provides convenient past is limited to fresh water large and small mouth bass IiI
every way on the screen. taken from waters open to the general public. It is open to
CHILLS ft FEVER Similarly outstanding in important shelf-room when food is I all men. women. boys and girls in the thirty-five states in
being; placed in or taken from the
supporting roles are Lucille which Western Auto Store or Western Auto Associate I
DUE TO MALARIA Watson. Frank Latomore, Elsa cabinet Store is located.
Also interesting is the method
Lanchester. Fritz Kortner and an
RELIEVED, host of other players. | by which cold is conserved and i To make the content as fair as possible and eliminate any

Y-- 666 imposing"The Razor's Edge"; will certainly i! used for both freezing and storage, i disadvantages one state would have over another in such

; be the most memorable picture I II the way in which the spun-glass jinitiation j wide-spread contest Western Auto gives a separate set ot ;
Caution I'M' mar n duwd I
1 I is vacuum protected. }I awards in each of thirty-five states. In this way the fish!
i and the silence of the refrigerating -I caught in any state are competing only with other fisn
unit. caught in the same state, giving all contestants an equal
* * * < + <
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v> *> 4 34 < i i< chance at winning one of the valuable prizes. Past rec-
v% vvwswvsvA V Y V V Y V V V v "Women tell us they prefer to
. .A. ords show that bass weighing as little as 1's pounds hay '
foods by freezing becauseit
CAMERA ENTHUSIASTS A taken first prize in some states.
is easier and preserves the vitamins -

..!. THE CAMERA CENTER 4a: and minerals important to
First prize winner in each of the thirty-five states this
their families health said Mr.
< year will receive a big six: honepower'izard Outboard I
All work Yay
V is now equipped with a repair department. Shaughnessy. "The idea of a big
Motor. with list value
familiar with all a of $159.50. Second prize will be a
will be promptly done by experts -=
< reserve supply of outofseasonfruit Ileddon rod and Coxe reel with a list value of $75.00; third I
J makes of domestic and foreign cameras. .eI.t y
sa and vegetables appeals to prize a rod and reel with a list value of $40.00 fourth prize I
OFFICE EQUIPMENT <"s them too." will be assorted tackle valued at $20.00 and fifth prize as- i
y The 11-cubic-foot International sorted tackle valued at 1000.
+ Harvester Freezer is to be followed -

4 313-15-17 Datura St. Phone S883 era soon by freezers of smaller
This contest is free and open to all. There are no obliga-
WEST PALM BEACH FL.,. capacity and upright refrigerators tions Free :
<) 4.: or purchases necessary. entry blanks with complete -

+s s s s*s s y a++ u s temperature of both conventional design. All and are two-produced Western instructions Auto Associate are available all Official Western opening Auto date Storesor of i

in the company's big new the Contest is May' 15 (subject to local or state laws.
refrigeration plant at Evansville. Entries are eligible from May 15 until September 30 when
the contest closes. All entries must be sworn to before a
Ind., recently acquired by
pur- notary public or verified by a Western Auto Store Manageror :
chase from the R. F. C.
\ Auto Associate Store owner.
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TIKES AND AUTO Mrs. O M (Mack) Murphy en-

ACCESSORIESAUTO tertained at her home in Pahokte
C1 PHONE 2831
.... Monday' afternoon with a "get ST0JR f

PAINTING iiJiiJ together" party honoring Mrs Pahoker, Florida

Ronnv Odum and children, Judy I

and Jimmy, of Illinois who arrived J

Bennet Bros. Service Station last week for a visit with Mrs I''
Odum's parents. Mr and Mrs J.: I

Box 245. Pahokee Phone 579 Belle Glade Road iiJYPI E. Coleman "! ,
Other guests were Mrs Chariot I

W, Kenren and children Anita '! f

and Xeil \lrs. Lester Burnhardt I WHY HOMOGENIZED: :MILK

and children. Frank and Charlotte r!

of Miami Mrs Paul E Collier : Homojrem/ation i ia method Used to break down

Jr.. and children Tommy and I butterfat L'lobuies (cream) in regular pasteurized
Paula and Mr. f;. f;.
I :
milk. N more easily tlich'cl All the \aluablc} :
Mrs Collier assisted the
I i iI with the refreshment0 elements: are left intact . are better distributed: '
; I throughout; the (entire liottle. t!

I .I.FAR Homoiieni/fd Vitamin I U Fortified :

I I i \ I

I This is the vitamin necessarv -
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A Servant of the Glades ; .
I I in the proper function of v W) I

I )one and tooth building minv'a's. -
Tu Miami calcium and phosphorus /\
4 Buses .#
Tn Wt'.t P..101 Hitch 1u; > 1(1! for kid- . JM.1; 1 f'iownup ",".V

excellent f ,- 1,.: LA', ;-
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Page Four The Everglades News. Canal Point. Florida
Friday. May 23. 1917

I $30 Million Plan interests much of the would aSkt'dto- bear I llissIarion Stokes : Mrs. F. L. Bowen has returned

home from Vidalia. Ga.. where shiwas
As' described by Col. Willis Honored At ShowerMrs.
E.I I called on account of the deati
For The Teale. United States district
Proposed of her brother, H. M. Scott. Mr*.
neer from Jacksonville, and Engi- George Connell and Mrs. C. T. A. Smith of Belle Glade and
neer Leo Burnett of his office the A. Batchelor entertained at the Mrs.
Everglades Area J. H. Strayer of Canal Point,
:Mr. and Mrs. Jack RaymondCarr tentative plan would: woman's clubhouse Friday evening daughters of Mrs. Bowen. accom-

(Zona Gale Kimball) an- Designate a 500.000 acre with a party and miscellaneous panied her to Vidalia.

nounce the birth of a son, Ray-I A 530,000,000 plan for federally- area extending back from th? I shower honoring Miss Marion

mond Lee at the Everglades :Me- !aided water control for the Ever- southeast and south shores of Lakj i I Stokes of Canal Point, bride-elecet

morial Hospital on :May 17. glades has been laid before drain- Okeechobee for increased water whose marriage to Robert M

Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bryant Till- age officials and representativesof control for greater agricultural Mike t Sanders of Pahokee will
man announce the birth of a big land interests by Army engineers I I development. The entire area j. take place in June. The hostesseswere

daughter, Grayce Elaine, at the in a meeting at West Palm would be diked to protect it from I assisted by Mrs. Billy .'.\1I0KE};

Everglades Memorial Hospital on Beach. high waters of adjacent lands. A Bridges Miss Eva- Gaine;>'. and BEGINNING JUNE 1

May 19. I The project was described as rim canal also would be dug. Other Mrs. Glynn Carr. cohostesses.The .
canals in addition to existing '
having been long dormant but nov. clubhouse was beautifully
ones would run from the area'seast
PERSONAL ITEMSMr. revived because the possibility of decorated for the affair with Office Hours
and south extremities into glarl-I
getting federal help has' arisen. ioli lilies roses and potted I

and :Mrs. Jack Paulette Saturdya's meeting at the Ever- Lake conservation Okeechobee areas.and Pumping into water sta- A wedding cake topped with miniature 8" a. m. to 1, Noon Only

spent the weekend in Pahokee glades drainage commission's of- tions would be established at both love birds formed the cent- CLOSED ALL DAY ON
her Mr. and Mrs. fice was described as an idea exchange erpiece for the refreshment table. Wt'dneMlaSunda
visiting parents ends of the canals. )
Sr. in advance of a federal On the program Mrs. R.V..
Carmen Salvatore, 2. Leave the big water conser-
has returned to his public hearing at Belle Glade June Sanders and Mrs. Frank Osteen EXCEPT EMERGENCIES!
Edwin Rice
vation areas recently designatedfor f
studies at the University of Florida 18. Request was made that an/ Palm Beach, Broward and played a violin duet: Mrs. O. I>. ''ti

after a visit here with his suggestions of changes in the plan Dade counties about the way theyare Carpenter and Mrs. Duncan Pad-
mother, Mrs. Pauline Rice and be made by that date. now planned. gett sang a vocal duet accom- I
other relatives and friends. General sentiment of the meet- panied at the piano by Mrs. H. C.
3. Improve the Boynton Hills-
Miss Ora Faye Cranford, who nig was in favor of the project boro and Cyprus Creek canals and Graham: Mrs. Pope Sears sang a i urns. : jgT ;J "t

recently gave up her studies at the subject to details being workedout perhaps other canals. vocal solo accompanied at the

despite prediction that local 4. Rebuild canal gates along the piano by Miss Patsy Maxson" : Miss \ LOOKS LIKE SOME O'TrA'
-- Shirley Ann Watson gave readingsand
coast to let water out of conser- ,- WOMEN NOW-A-DAVS
-- ----- Miss Maxson se-
--- played piano
University of :Miami where she vation areas, in case of floods SELECT "THEIR' HUSCANO
lections. Mrs. P. Watson assisted -
was majoring in music, is no'v quicker than now is possible.Classified AS <0 HOW MUCH
Mrs. C. A. Batchelor in greeting !: -
Dr. R. Y. Creech Jr.
employed a s secretary-steno- the guests. Many lovely gifts : ALIMONY\ 'fHE.Y

grapher in the offices of the U. were received by the honoree. CAN PAY.

OptometristPHONE Ads -- .
S. Sugar Corporation in Clewiston.Mrs.

Valarie Geiger Has

371 Homer J. Clause and son.
PUBLIC Stenographer. Mrs. VanJ.
Jack Stanley, accompanied by Mrs. Birthday PartyMrs.
at Everglades Discount
Bill Monroe and Mrs. Frank Hand-
New Elsberry ley spent the weekend in Sanford Company in new Wroten Buildingon Victor L. Geiger entertained -

Building with relatives and friends. Bacom Point Road in Paho at the woman's clubhouse Fri-
:Mrs. C. H. Tillis is spending this U day afternoon with a party for

week inVest Palm Beach with EVERGLADES HOUSE OF her daughter. Valarie who was

Belle Glade, Florida her son and daughter-in-law: BEAUTYAll celebrating her seventh birthday

and :Mrs. Fred Tillis. The hostess V..
anniversary. was as- L. w .ww tw
Phases of Beauty Culture
Mail in repairsor Sam McKinstry, Sr., and his Phone 4292 sisted by Mrs. E. J. Carlton. Mrs.

I son-in-law Earl Grossman are Lake Shore Drive Canal Point W. R. Easterly Mrs. Carl Geiger Select the LAKE SnORE

business visitors in Cape Charles, and Miss Carol Snyder. MOTOR CO. . let us give you

Va., this week. SEPTIC tanks and grease traps Guests were Glenda Anderson, the wheel alignment, fram

replacements Mrs. E. J. Graham and children cleaned and repaired. Phone Garry Geiger Sonja Harris. Cathy straightening and wheel balancing -
returned this week from a visa 3872. Bob Douthit, Pahokee. M17c Johnson. Beverly Pitts. Laura
with her parents in Homestead. Chance, Richard Hardaway, Don- service your car needs.:
HOUSE PAINTING: see John ald Kimball. Phillipa Lively David l We guarantee the finest jobs.:

Chandler, a veteran. Pahokee Riddle. Sandra Rogers. Rose Marie Drive in _ let us check your

Fla. MaySOp Henderson. Judy Murphy, Reba car on our fine equipment to-
- -- -- --- -- Carlton. Gay and Fay Carlton. day.
FOR SALE: Four room semi-mod
Prince Theatre Alice Joyce Spencer( George Ferguson -
ern home price reduced to
Billy Flynn. Richard Phil-
1750. Dan
Carpenter, Phone 2571CIIEMIC.1LVELD
lips and Sharon Geiger.
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repairs cracked -

Sunday &: Monday valve seats, cracked Diesel Ozell Keen was able to return MOTOR CO.

heads cracks in cylinder walls, home this week from Tampa -.....
car blocks and heads. Bring where he was a patient in a hos- p"'OKrE. DA

May 25-26 work to Komer's Blacksmith pital.

Shop. Pahokee, Fla. July 4.

I SOMETHING: NEW In automotive

I circles. Visit our undercoating PIANOS JEWELRY MUSICJ.
I I'i
department. Stops rattles squeaksand
t rusting. Christian Chevrolet.

1 ; Between love Phone 2371. Pahokee. M9chst W. R ASH L E Y
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IRRIGATION SYSTEMSAlummumAutomatic : JEWELER Helle Glade Fla.
and hatred r
dia. U S E L'

Galvanized good condition, 3, 4. 5
there is a line 6. and 8 inch dia., drilled or riser GO TO CHURCH YHERBERT'S

I type in Miller. Ames and Champion. -
: as sharp as a \ xi
See or call 24-211, Race &

j. Razor's Edge! \ Race Inc., Winter Haven. Flor-
ida. :
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FOR SALE: My Home at Port

i. I Ii I Mayaca, Fla; 2 bedrooms, linen Fine Clothes For I

I closet and bath room up stars
i Men and Women
i Living room fire place Dining
room. Breakfast room. Kitchen TAILORED TO MEASUREHave

Toilet and basin room. Back porch Your Ladies' Clothes TailoredBy

f : GENE TIERNEY[ t Garage Apartment with 2 bedrooms Man's Tailor
and bath. Servants house In I

back Price. 18500.00 with terms.

. ; ; JOHN PAYNE Phone 2732. Itc AL BELCHERBOX i

; i Anne BAXTER FOR SALE: Disc moleboard harrow plow.and International O- 3 876 PAIIOKEE :j j7nlrp i

L. Wilder. Pahokee. Fla. M23p .

; Clifton WEBB[ !! M! ... a FOK SALE: Underwood typewriter I ..f..WJ.U'1. "v..I.! J\ Jn"n'Trees lr.!

t' excellent condition. Call I
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Herbert MARSHAlL I flf 32S1 ltp i I

... . FOR SALE: 5-room house and : Vines Shrubs Citrusof
t J- J Garage Apartment with 2 apartments !
Darryl' F. Zor.ud's 1- \ Irp .
c' on two 50-foot lot;*. SE 1stave : all sizes and
dxf.n -f j \r,. varieties for
Write Box Zt>5. Pahokee or ;
W. SOMERSETMAUGHAM'S' t '"' ..... : ":: Pho1PI6tI.. tr : your Selection.L.AXDSC.APIXG.

c -
"- Hut S \I.K: 3 Lots 25x75 with j|

: 2x36 nrr te foundation an 1
lumbir.e also 500 Works in as you like it. We are organized and equipped! to doa

Tile R6orEdge'ro Town site. Canal Point. Pee Mon i thorough job from plans! to completion of planting.
ro.- Pop> tf

U XN'TKI: Pump to take care.f As always.ou are

{,rcd :v DR3YL F. ZANUCK *,,.<,.* b. ED\'UND+ GOULDhNG! 16 acre of land. D. L. Hook'! !'! welcome at our

Scf..e i rioT by LAU4R' TROTTI fro.tI. "'..:..1 b, w C R.rltf MOWHOW Canal Point. M30pd
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2aCINTUIY.FOX No 2-56. top and bottom leathers50c I City Limit. Vet! Palm B ach. Florida

for both. New alarm clock

Tftfff..l. $3.50. Money back guarantee ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO.
i Schubert.! Route 1. La1'I\rt"" J
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Friday, May 23, 1947 The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Page FiveVUR
I Governor Signs told the committee it had tamed of the $38000,000 estimated con-
a rest and was discharged from tribution under the new system
v New Education Bill :further duties. will be spent for new schools and
The governor said he spoke ca operations.
behalf of former Gov. Spessard L. -- --
Caldwell signed the 550,000,000 Holland and State School.Supt, Miss Dorothy Milley of Everett
coPww s school refinancing and reorganization Colin English as well as for him Mass, has arrived iz{ Pahokee for
bill into law but warned as .self in expressing gratitude to the a three weeks' visit with her uncifand
he did it that unle s new taxes ar. citizens committee for it* work in aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Don Hill-
levied the state's teachers will be the three years since the three of- ier.
worse off than at present ficials created it by joint action. -----
He made a ceremony of the Reiterating earlier statements to Mrs \Vill Brandon is recuperating -
::signing in a room crowded with the press the governor pointed out from a minor operation at her
state' officials legislative supporters that whereas the S19.OOO.000 a year home in Port :\tavat'a.'hUt!
: and members of the citizens the state now contributes for convalescing she had as guests the
iti 4G D 1100 RTES ''I1 education committee which drafted county schools goes almost entirely .past week Mrs. Frances McDonald
4 and sponsored the measure. He to teachers, a big portion Harlow and Miss Mary Solick.

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Six The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday May: 23 1PH

Final Service In The War Department is makinga New Members WSCS I Fellowship Group

Old Church BuildingThis special appeal to the young men i Honored At TeaThe We wish to thank the many I: Elects New OfficersThe
who will graduate from high school | folks who were so considerate of
Sunday's morning's ser- this year to volunteer for military home of Mrs. L. L. Stuckeyon us following the auto wreck in Senior Methodist Youth
vice in the First Baptist Churchof service, according to Harold Canal Point Road was the scene which our daughter Lois, was in- Fellowship group at a dinner
Pahokee will be one of mixed I' Rosenberg Exalted Ruler of Pa of jured. For the many expressionsof meeting in the social hall of the
a social event of unusual charm
joy and sadness. Sad because of hokee Lodge No. 1638. This word sympathy we are deeply in- First Methodist Church Tuesday
the fact that it will be the last has been received by the Elks National 1 and beauty from four to six debted. Lois' room at the hospitalhas evening elected the following officers
in the present building, one of joy I Veterans Service o'clock"ednesday afternoon when been banked with flowers and to serve through the sum-
because of the anticipation of the sion which is cooperating commis.1 I the First Methodist Woman's Society for this expression of interest and mer months.
new building which will be start- 1 War Department in its campaignto of 'Christian Service entertained sympathy we are sincerely appre- Ronald Stanley, president; Earl
ed shortly. The honored guests recruit 30,000 men required eacn I at a tea honoring new members ciative. To Thomas Dickson for Chance, vice president; Joyce
will be those who were present month to keep the Army on the I and prospective new mem- his thoughtfulness in rescuing the Fields, secretary-treasurer; Edde
when the building was constructed I footing so vital to national de bers. injured from the canal, we shall Stanley, worship chairman: Helen
in 1929. i fense. The living room of the Stuckey always be grateful.Mr. Howes, recreation chairman: and
An old fashioned testimony -- ... --- home was decorated with bouquetsof and Mrs. A. E. Morgan Louise Hamilton, world servics
meetting will be conducted grant- Easter lilies and a wide varietyof chairman.
ing these pioneers the privilege of Methodists Of Canal colorful spring flowers. The The group discussed plans for

expressing themselves concerningthe Point Plan RevivalThe serving table was laid with a lovely Pahokee Methodists sponsoring a recreation programfor
many blessings that have been I Maderia linen cloth and had as the young people of the com-
theirs over the years of worship. Methodist Church of Canal a centerpiece an attractive arrangement Announce Programs I munity through the summer
of and blue months. Helen Howes led in the
pink roses
Special music will bepresented by Point will observe Pentecost Sun- I II I
the Ladies and Men's Quartets.In day in the Morning Worship Ser- plumbagio flanked by lighted pink The Men's Bible Class of The I playing of games.Nazarenes .
view of this Sunday being vice at 11 A. M. The theme will be tapers in crystal holders.In I First Methodist Church of Paho- .
the anniversary of the Day of Pentecost "The Power of Pentecost", the the receiving line with Mrs. : kee was greatly pleased with the
the occasion of the adventof sermon tracing the growth of the Stuckey were Mrs. D. D. Caudill, I large number present last Sundayin Have
the Church of Jesus Christ, the Christian Church from the time of WSCS president: Mrs. J. G. Thomas the Class. The Community may
pastor Rev. C. A. Moberg will! the incoming of the Holy Spirit to Jr., Gertrude Shirley Circle be experiencing an exodus of folK Party .And Picnic
preach on, "And They Spoke Wit: the disciples on Pentecost to the chairman: Mrs. Arch Blakey. Sim- because of the ending of the season -
Other Tongues." A most cordial present time. The place of the onson-Lair Circle chairman: and but it was not shown in the Sunday school pupils and their
invitation is extended to all visit- churches of today in God's work I Mrs. Carson T. Howes, the pastor's tine attendance last Sunday Morn teachers of the Church of the Nazarene -
ors and the many friends* of the and the key to finding the Holv wife. i ing. Details of the Attendance enjoyed an outdoor party
church to attend this service. Spirit at work in our lives will be The tea was poured by Mrs. R. I! Contest between the Men and I and picnic dinner at the Pahokee
Flowers will be arranged by Mrs. .discussed.The J. Schroder and Mrs. I. M. Lair Women of the Sunday School will city park Saturday. Outdoor con-
Sadie Barwick. High School Baccalaureate through the first hour and by Mr*. be discussed this Sunday.The I tests and games were played and
This Sunday's lesson "The Fall .Service will be held in the Pahoke C. A. Shive and Mrs. W. E. Pope, teacher Rev. C. T. Howes.rill prizes were awarded to LarryMoore
of the Northern Kingdom", will I High School auditorium on Sunday the second. \ lead the class in the discus- I Wayne Burdeshaw, Shirley
be presented at the Pahokee Men's I Evening. In keeping with the tradition Soft music during the tea waIf sion on "How to ruin a nation"you Robert Joyce Hayes Jerry Minis,
Bible Class by the teacher Rev. C. I our church will not have furnished by Mrs. Sydney K. I If are looking for a church Brian Johnson, Carolyn Chaney
A. Moberg. Did this do away with I regular services at that time so Smith Jr., pianist. Mrs. Caudill home, you will feel at home in this and Mrs. V. Davis. Rt'and Mrs.
the ten tribes? If not where are that our congregation may at- sang a vocal solo, accompanied bv I fine group of men. C. R. Moore were in charge of arrangements -
they now? What is the lesson for tend these services. Rev. C. A. Mis. Smith. Mrs. A. D. Beverlywas I The pastor announces the following for the party. Approximately -
us? A large class is expected ii Moberg will bring the message to in charge of the program. for the Sunday Morning I 9O persons were present.
view of this timely subject. Tne our young people and we want to Mrs Edmund F. Cushman was Subject: "The Door That Is Open". : a .
Class Quartet will singA most share in that message and join in chairman of the refreshments com Special music by the choir. There !. Plans are being made for a highway -
cordial invitation is extended *o this salute to the graduates. miUt'eShe was assisted by Mrs. will not be a service at the evening to parallel the recently opened -
all unaffiliated men and visitors. Plans are going ahead for what E. L. Pope Mrs. Beverely and Mrs. hour. The entire congregationjoins Florida East Coast Railway
The class meets in FellowshipHall promisees to be a great revival E. F. Mcllwain. with the high school in its cutoff between Ft. Pierce and Lake-
at 9:45. next month with Chaplain Mer- I Approximately 80 persons were baccalaureate service in the school Okeechobee, it was announced by
This Saturday night, Rev. C. A. ritt Slawson. Mr. Slawson hopesto I present. auditorium. St. Lucie county officials.
Moberg will preach in the First bring his wife and son with himon ---- I
Baptist Church of Tampa, the his visit to Canal Point where Twenty-nine commercial v'egetable /denawww
scene of the Youth for Christ Ral- he served the Methodist Churcnfor growers have been named to
ly. Some seven hundred were in four until he went into act as contact men between the I
years \ From
where I sit. Joe MarshEd's
L .. 6y
attendance the last preaching service the chaplaincy. He will attend Florida Vegetable Committee and
rendered by Rev. Moberg.The the Annual Conference of the growers of the state In an effort to _
Palm Beach Singing Con- Methodist Church in St. Petersburg develop a state-wide vegetable
vention will conduct its regularly from June 4 to noon of Sun. merchandizing program. Plans will
scheduled meeting this Sunday, day, June 8. Plans are made for be discussed at a meeting beheld When Crops FailedTwo
First Baptist Church of Pahokee the Revival to begin the night of in Orlando June 16, 17 and 18. .
at 2:30.: Welcome all. R. Cowartis June 8 and extend thru the following .
the president.This Sunday evening June 15. breaking marks held since the
Sunday will find the Lake Meeting will begin at 8 P. M. first of the year. Roswell Har- Three years ago Ed Smith's lark hours later, Ed was in possession -
Harbor Baptists engaged in a din- The M. Y. F. enjoyed makingice rington is the class chairman.We went bad. His crops failed and it of his home and furnish
ner on the ground program In cream for an ice-cream social were saddened this week to wasn't long before Ed's home and ings; and the folks who'd paid for
recognition of home coming day. last Tuesday night. President El- hear of the death of Harriet Bran- furnishings were up for auction. them were sitting around Ed's fire
Special music and testimonies will wood Dart presided at the short don, daughter William S. Bran- enjoying a neighborly: glass: of beerto
be the order of the day beginningat business meeting in which plans don of Port Mayaca. in an auto- Half the town turned out, and show their friendship and
two o'clock. The Men's and Ed must: have thought his neighbors -
were discussed for a "Hay-Ride mobile accident at Vero Beach last their confidence in Ed.
Ladies Quartets of the First June 3. were a bunch of hungry vultures -
Party" on Tuesday. Sunday. Funeral services were
Church of Pahokee. invi- -bu.ingup all his! precious Today. Ed's back on his ft'd-an.
Baptist The group will leave the church at held on Thursday in Marianna, :
tations to dinner and will possessions for other constructive member of the
present 8:30: A. M. A committee of two Florida.A a song.
community. from where I sit.we've .
selections during the afternoon -
HE'rbt. Walston and Billy Jerni- collection of clothing forEuropean When it was over, and the auctioneer
all been well rt'paid-a good
gan. was named to complete the relief is being madeunder had left Sam Abernathy
The Vacation Bible School. Rev. investment in a good man.c9e .
arrangements the auspices of the WSCS. turns to the crowd and says: "All
Mobt. rJ:', Principal will commence Details of the summer attendance Any clean old clothes are greatly ri;:ht. folklet's take time out fora
Monday June 16th. Further details drive of the School
Sunday needed. They may be rags to us. of beer, and then put thin"toil t/.ltJl
will be announced later. will be announced next (
Sunday.The but they are life to many. Clothes back where it tit-Ions!'*
Rev. Moberg has accepted the Men's Class is the
sponsoring may be brought to the Methodist
invitation to conduct revival services drive which aims at keeping the I church parsonage or to the home
at the Second Baptist: Churchof I attendance up near the record t of 1. \\'. Griffith. ,:- :. ,r '. Ii., Li.'F 'uou.ue
Palatka. beginning Monday I I,
June 2, closing the 13th.

('Unt'u.-.; -OF-CHRISTSCIENTIST- Unlimited Long Distance ServiceIs

"SOUL, AND BODY" is the subject -
of the Lesson-Sermon whicn
will bra read in Churches of Christ.

Scientist, throughout the world on Available AgainVe
Sunday. May 25.
The Golden Text is "Why art
thou cast down. 0 my soul? and
why art thou disquieted within me ?
hope thou in God: for I shall yet

prai<>e him. who i is the health of \ are happy to announce that Long Distance Service i? again
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Poalms12:11 Among the citations L which comprise available for you to use as much as you like.

the lessonSermon is the
following that if our earthly house

of thus tabernacle were dissolved' We inconvenience have experienced and
wo have a building of God an retrret any you may
!house not made with hinttt'mat
'n the htaventil Corinthians want you to know how much we appreciate your helpful cooperation -

5.H. I
The Less.\n-Sermon also includes and Patience-* the past few week
the following passage: from tNhri I
I *: . :-.o and HoaHh with Key t... thS. : -
nptunV i'\- Mary Baker E-ldy. ; \Ve are glad to be back toJ' tr.t.'r. "nit .it! i1. .ur effortand deI -

Rightly uruiorstvHxi. insteadi' <.'. I j
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man has a k"nsatt\nws'i I i I
t-vly. laid God the Soul of man I y.Uant.
and oj.ullllence, being perptu I
at in His own individuality, barr.iony. -

and immortality imparts ,,
and perpetuates these qualitte* in

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May 23, 1947 The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Page Seven

. Patrick C. Kirkland 1 TO OPERATE REST.WR.\\"T I Ii 'I The: Shark Oil Company was
i Mrs. J. C. Tabb will operate the recently organized in Clewiston by
I Dies In IllinoisPatrick Dr. C. E. Gerishe. former chief
1. Cafe
: in Pahokee during the
chemist for the United States
! C. Kirkland 79. a resident summer while the proprietor. Mr. Sugar Corporation. The concern
\t) of Pahokee for 15 years, died Fisher! take vacation at his will carry on the work of catching:
a 11 \ 'I at the St. Charles Hospital in homo in North Carolina. Mrs.. sharks in the Gulf and processingthe
[I Aurora, Ill., on May 6. according Tabb and her famous meals are oil.
'to word :t'ceived.he'rc by -Mr. and known far and wide and she invites -
t.f [Mrs. J.V.. Cruthirds.Mr. her old patrons to come in
Kirkland came to Pahokee for a meal while she is in charge. -
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i in 1931 and was engajred in vegetable -- -
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..............: I farming in the Glades area NOTICEClosing
: Ann Howes
::::. i for several years. Hehad beenin
:r. \ t:1'19lf. ., ill health for the past six Has Birthday PartyMrs.
'U, months but on April 10 he left
:: ;:; .":u.:::::'f'I :_ ATJ1TAT ST Pahokfe and was able to travel C. T. Howes entertained Hours for
alone to Aurora. Ill., where he Monday: evening with a party hon- the Summer
I I planned to make his home with his oring her daughter Mary Ann, on j
son and daughter-in-law Mr. an IMrs. her thirteenth birthday anniver
I George Kirkland. sary. The hostess was assisted in I
iI\I Surviving also are three other the entertaining and the servingof DR. D. S. SPOONER
sons. Xathan. of Chicago Ill. Jesse refreshments of ice cream cake
I J. : j and Busier of Sparta Ill., and and punch by her daughterIi.13 Office will be closed
,,I I I several grandchildren.Burial Helen Howes. Folk games were
1 was at Spring Lake Cem- enjoyed. { All Day Friday
We say it loud and long- i
I etery Guests were \\ llard and Charles
--- McCurdy. Anna Lee and Rita Fay
I BEST WISHES! Sixty-eight of the 69 animals Hurt, Thelma and Irene Vann, I DR. E. J. GRAHAM
entered in the first Brahman steer George and Jimmy Rozelle Joan
I May every member of the Class show at Ocala recently were sold and Frank Rosenberg. Mary El- I Office will be closed

; of 1947 make his or her voice for a total of 13984.63, averaging len Jernigan David Ramey, Bill I i
$206 per head. Kirk Chandler Mcllwain. Tony All Day Wednesday
i heard In the world. - Lively, Barbara Moberg. Eugene vTruwuxruuuxri

i And always remember this: Despite a slight falling off in the Caruthers Myra Lee Cruthird, i
'\ number of passengers tolls col- Carol Snyder Dale Maxwell Jane These new hours
You have some good friends lected on the Overseas Highway and Charles Hamilton, Bobbv

: here, always anxious to serve Bridges last month were almost Schroder. Wanda Lou Harper. effective May 19, 19-17
$2,000 more than the corresponding Mary Funderburke Louise Hatton _. -
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. GLADE. FLA.Friday .

Eight The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday May 23, 1947

Coast Line Merger I equipment obligations.The Special Films For ,' Members of other civic clubs are Word was received here this
decision overturns the recommendation urged to be in attendance at the 'week that the War Departmenthas
With FEC OkehedWASHINGTONMerger of commission examiners :- Pahokee Rotary ClubAt ,; theatre at 12:45: next Thursday. approved the transfer of the
who said the duPont planor t - Army's Radar School from Boca
of the reorganization should be ap next week's meeting of the : Jimmy Schoeppel I Raton, Fla., to Keesler Field,
Florida East Coast railway with\ proved. These interests, holding a Rotary club Harold Rosenberg will I Miss. The transfer will involve
the Atlantic Coast Line systemwas majority of FEC bonds, proposedto be in charge of the program and : Has Birthday PartyMrs. I not only the movement of the
issue $40,000,000 on bonds and:: hasa rranged for the showing of I I t school's equipment but also 3,00)"
approved by the interstate stocks, and promised certain phys two interesting short pictures at I J. C. Schoeppel entertainedat men.
commerce commission Tuesday, ical improvements. the Prince theatre immediately her home Tuesday afternoon i: .. -
ending a long and spectacularfight. following the business part of the 'with a lawn party for her son Mrs. Geo. B. Ramey, Mrs. B. W.
meeting. The pictures "$1,000 for Jimmy, who was celebrating his I Wood and her sister, Mrs. Elsie
If the decision is sustained in Phone Service Is Recreation"and. "Playtown U. S. tenth birthday anniversary. Jim- Collins, and her son James W.
federal court the FEC will be removed Back To Normal A.: are interesting. my Colson and Jeanene Mock Wood spent Wednesday danglingcane
from its receivership posi- i The pictures will be shown by were contest prize winners. The poles from Jensen Bridge a
tion and revert to a private owner Stephen Hulme of the Lake Worth hostess was assisted by Mrs. Parker frequently monotonous pastime
after many years of litigation.The Telephone service in the Glades 'Chamber of Commerce who is a T. Wilson and Mrs. Thomas Elliott known to piscatorial addicts as
decision ends a battle between has returned to normal and all long-time friend of Mr. Rosenberg. salt water fishing.
the duPont interests and restrictions asked of the public on
use of the service have been removed -
the Atlantic Coast Line for ap- -
proval of rival plans of control.It ,, it has been announced today -
is a defeat for Ed Ball trustee by E. C. Bowen District Man-
for the luPont estate. ager of the Southern Belle Tel 0
It is a victory for Sen. Claude phone and Telegraph Company.We .
Pepper who left his senate seat to regret the inconvenience by all
appear before the ICC and vigorously telephone subscribers and we wantto They agree . t.BULOVA .
oppose the luPont interests. thank the public for its helpful -
Commissioner Charles D. Mahaffie -I cooperation and patience dur-
wrote a dissenting opinion for .ing the past few weeks. Such
himself and three colleagues mak- splendid cooperation contributed a "
ing the decision 5 to 4 in favor of great deal to the prompt handling for !
the merger. o'f emergency and other urgent
Mahaffie argued that the CoastLine calls Mr. Bowen said.
in We are glad to have all of our
was a Johnny-come-lately
the long-drawn case and had been telephone people back again an1
given too much priority. 'we are all united in our determi-
Here Is the financial side of the nation and our efforts to give
Glades residents the quick, de-
approved plan differing slightly
from the original proposal of Ms pondable and courteous service
Coast Line in opposition to the du they desire he added.
Pont plan: The return to normal conditions ( '
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Cash contributed by the ACL, includes long distance service from ; ,d lcLd
$4,125,000; new ACL divisional which all restrictions have
first mortgage, fixed interest 3'2 bee removed. Florida long dist- 'd4 l-l it'; i
rcent bonds $13.500- ance users can now use long dist- -
pe 25-year / /
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000; new ACL divisional incoms- ance service as much as desired. r 0
mortgage 4'2 per cen 75-year 1-.1 0Q

bonds, $7,875,000; new ACL par Mrs. Jernigan Is 0
ticipating cumulative $4 dividends
preferred stock, $9,000,000; ACL I'' Honored At PartyMrs.
present common stock (at $100
per share), $6,000. I A. R. Harrington and Mrs.
The commission increased from Paul Rardin entertained at a Coca -
$8,700,000 to $10,725,551 the caahreserve I Cola party last Saturday morn-
for rehabilitation and im- ing at the Harrington home in
provements.and established an ad- "honor of :Mrs. \V. P. Jernigan who
ditional separate contingent cash j will leave soon to live in Clewis-
reserve of $3,438,370 to provide for I ton. More than 150 friends of
possible tax liability for the years Mrs. Jernigan attended the party.
1942 to 1945.Maximum The hostesses were assisted by DIANA
permissible capitalization Mrs. J. S. Harrington :Mrs. J. V.
of the Florida East Coast is Thomas. Mrs.\ C. G. Coburn and s39>'s
fixed at $40.500,000, exclusive of Mrs. Don L. Hall. JANET a . -
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