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: June 20, 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
lccn - sn 95026042
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Vegetable I Druggist Seeks Job County Festival Dance Planned On Water Control Is

As State Treasurer Night Of July 4th

Holds Its Being Planned For Topic Of Meeting
I R. T. "Doc" Carlisle Jacksonville The American Legion in Pa-

business man today announced hokee is sponsoring "a dance on the

Meeting : his candidacy for the Week End Of July 4 night of July 4th, at the Elks club Held Belle Glade

j office cf State Treasurer subject room. The orchestra of Marie

i to the Democratic primaries nex'spring. Dobbins Smith will make music
ORLANDO Members Participants in more than a Representatives of'f'n
He was an attache of the for the gala affair. The Legionplans counties -
Florida Vegetable dozen contests and sports are being outdid one another on Wednesday -
office from 1941-45. Carlisle said to give away the automobilwashing *.
brought their three-day invited from all sections of in voicing approval of a
he propo-es to seek the office on machine and electric
meeting to a close here \ Palm Beach County to take partin proposed long-range. 30000.00)
a definite, constructive platfornpledges stove which have been used in .1
day with the election of I' changes in the operation ofthe the County Festival inVe t furid raising campaign. Dancingfor program whereby the federal government -

tors representing various Palm Beach. July 1st. to 4th.. and would take over and coordinate -
office which he thinks will the night is scheduled from 1C
table commodities and the I I individual chairmen have been the controversial Everglades -
be beneficial to the people of the til 2.
ization's 12 State districts. state. named in 15 committees. water control problem. The

Researchers from the Un I -a. Applications for the events will I meeting was held in Belle Glade.Scarcely .

of Florida Agricultural be handled by the local chairmen Methodists Plan'Vacation a dissenting word camefrom

went! Station and Bible School Gets named by Ralph J. Bdank serve' the crowd of more than 20O

growers Tuesday told tary-manager of RDB. in cooperation farmers large and small, engineers -

progress being made in Pahokee with Ben York, chairmanof School I political and civic leaders -

aging of fresh Florida Underway the sports events.. for the fou"- as United States Army engineersfrom

Dr. R. K. Showalter of I I day Festival. the district office in Jacksonville -
I Xext Sunday at the First Methodist -
periment station said Amongthost' are E. :\Willits.. I I outlined the plan.
Ice Pahokee Baptist Vacation I Church of Pahokee the
many mechanical bugs to South Bay X. L. Garrison Pahc- Nearest approach to critism
Bible School began Monday with or. Rev. C. T. Howes, will past-//
moved from consumer keeV.. \V. Weeks. Belle Glade: came not over the federal plan itself -
the preparation and registration I i his sermon ubjt'ctI Tongue".
processes and much Harold Rosenberg, Canal Point. but over an attempt of the
; day activities. Although the I The evening subject will be "Thoi >>
research work to be done Events already scheduled include Marine division of the Miami
I weather was wet this did not Great Thirst". There will be special I
I i
we can determine the howling. boxing, sWlmmmgdl'"In Chamber of Commerce to inject an
|j dampen the enthusiasm of the music by the choir at each !
success of this new mt> tennis golf shuffleboard. skeet addition looking to the eventual
interested. service. I
method. many fishing sort a11. volley ball horseshoes opening of the Miami canal t->
: Those elected to the office of The Vacation Church School whl i
Better refrigeration and contract bridge. A countywide barge and pleasure boat navigation -
superintendent are Miss Carol Phil- begin Monday at 9:00: a. m. Provisions -.
must! be assured before beauty contest barbecue, from Miami to Lake Okee-
j lips. Beginner Department; Mrs. have been made for classes in
transportation can be parade dance and a baseball game I' chohee.
Homer Barnes, Primary: Depart- each of four departments beginning .
-t assured freshness of | between the West Palm Beach: : ..r- farm interests were openly
ment; Mrs. F. G. Gillis! Junior Department with Kindergarten! cot!
declared. Indians and Fort'LAi.derdale are anew that one. ilieving it would
and Mrs. C. A. Moberg.Intermediate tinuing through Primary. Junior i
Paul B. Dickman Ruskin also being planned to round out delay or complicate an already intricate
Department. Miss and Intermediates. Again for the I
Peggy Ann Moberg will serve as second in succession we are f
growers experimenting in I Entry blanks for the various" year large scale, farmer of the
the school secretary and pianist. able to secure a Team of worker I
packaging field, described J contests may be turned over to the lake region. R. Y. (Bob) Creech
some full time trained Conference Board ef
Many are assisting by the
ress being made in I local chairman before June 27th., Ii went so far as to term the occasion -
j and some part time. These will be Education of the Methodist
vegetables to markets at members of the Jay Cee committeesaid. "the greatest day in the history -
announced later. The school will Church.. This tf'3m11 greatly
St. Petersburg, County championships for of Florida." He was applau-1-
close next Friday with a picnic. A assist the local workers and will ,
Miami.At I individuals and tE'ams11 be established "d loudly.
most cordial invitation is extendeJ make possible another great Vacation -
Ruskin I and will probably beheld The plan envasions the throwingof
the plant i to all interested to attend. Church School at The Methodist -
machines of i annually, they said. a levee with exterior and interior
capable i Church. These fine
County rt'sidf'nb11 also be canals around 920 squaremiles
of sweet
packages corn i will arrive in Pahokee on
ute have been used to RDB Head Tells elegible for the Florida AAU in- and,11 attend Sunday of the muckland south and

commodity in film-covered .t"J't'Ullo'I i Of Water Control door swimming and diving champ- I Saturday east of the lower end of Lake
(Continued from page 5)
of seven servings each ionships for both men and women Okeechobee- farming or potential

States principal markets, which will be staged at the Mayflower I --- farming land of the region
J. Blank .f'est Pain
Harold F. Mowry. Ralph ( pool in Palm Beach July B. Reports To Rotes improvement of all present can
Beach, manager of the Palm Beach
of Florida 25th. In addition to the usual als. the construction of two new
University :
Experiment Station was County Resources Development awards there will be a special On 19-17 LegislatureState main canals, improved locks for
Board was guest speaker at the
"the man of the a trophy for the team scoring' the water control and 12 huge pumping -

in Florida by the FVC. I Tuesday luncheon mt'f'tingof Introducedby the I highest number of points. Representative B. Elliott stations larger than anythingheretofore
Pahokee Lions Club.
told Pahokee Rotarians yesterdayof used in the area.
Paul B. Di 'kman, Frank Rozelle the speaker described - -
his work in the recent sessionof
and ---- -
table shipper;
grower the War Department's prop -
Legion Accepts the legislature. At the conclusion -
!Morgan of Dickman's: : + >f>ed plan to improve flood control -

R. K. Showalter. associate in the Glades area. This plan Two New :Members; Rotarians of his that talk he Mr.answered Elliott everyroll told Rotarians Hear

culturist of the State involves the building of a series of
DanceFred the 1047 session" SlawsonCapt
Announce call during Chaplain
Station, and Dr. A. II. levees the digging of canals and
just as he did in the 1943 session.He .
associate agricultural the installing of a powerful pump-
Post attended more than 100 committee Merritt O. Slawson. guest
at the station described at ing system that will provide adequate and Pt'rryIansfield I
how nearly SO.OOO ears of water control under al1l met at the woman's clubhouse meeting during the session speaker told of his experiences as

sugar corn were marketed weather conditions for 600.000 :1,0 \" t'venmgth Command 1 I he said. chaplain in the t* S Army at the

sumer-size cartons this acre of Everglades muckland. thespeaker Paul tilery presiding. Gerald Mr. Elliott dwelled on local I Thursday luncheon meeting of tie

The packages most of said. Mr. Blank asked the Tibbits and Cecil Gray were welcomed Irainace bills and pointed out Pahokeo Rotary Club last wwk.

members.Leonard that they were passed after thorough I' ( Slawson was oversea.witi
Steven-serving size, were club to send representatives to the as new "apt
housewives Dohrow announced that study and consideration. li the Army Air Force in EnglariS
up by eager 1?. S. Army's ht'aringn Glades I
ed in Tampa. St. P.'ters flood control at Belle Glade Wednesday. a name band from Palm Beach will said that the drainage bills provide and Africa during the war and is

Jacksonville stores. ) furnish music for the big dance for an increase in matnh.n-I I now stationed in 1.\ll"lana! wherehe "

The packages contained In a report on the progress of Post 90 is sponsoring in the Elks ance taxes: but that I i I.. continuing his work in t. "

parts of choice golden the new Clewiston' Lions club Hall on the night of July 4 to tic O days from pa.,..age -.f : I I armI>unns: the" past week he

corn husked and cleaned. whci was organized r.'ntlun- celebrate the end of its current of the hills to register complaintThe I\I conducted a highly: successful rejvival -

The of (" fund raising campaign. Mr P.I ....- East Beach Drainee bill carries :I at the Canal: Point Mi-th
pre-packaging ,;.-, te! sponsorship! of PahokfeLjor.s. ,
the strictly, referendum the legislatorpointed I I Church hut former pastorai
the new marketing Manning I. Keen said that I brow also described" a dist .

fldallt'allo..l., was .\. J Livtly. Leonard Dobrow a,'! ; impartial method that will N- out at the time he entered the servo ',

Dickman's farm under A. Q. Howell as" well as him>elf.represented used for the drawing Three ladies :More than a s. ore of bills! wetspib.ted i 1 I Clarence Ix'Wl of Lake> Wr'

experiment station the local club at & will be selected, at random from through the session by Mr I( extended to local club m..mt. <

Florida Vegetable Prt'- meeting of the Clewiston group on the audience and they will t..> asked Elliott and his colleagues for thecounty and their wives an invitat:"r. bs

Council.Ve Ihurs-dav last week. to tear the ticket -tubs fron commission Many lie xi attend the bridge and sport t- 'I e-

"\ plan to begin O B tcClt1!'.,. 0 R. Bleach and the books. place them in a hox f.r hill wen- handled for municipalities nament" and dinner which the I..keWorth

broccoli and cauliflower, P. P deMova were visitors.; thorough shuffling and finally. throughout the countv. Rotary nub If giving f. r

as tomatoes in '(\ ... .- blindfolded draw the winnit.i .-: The citizens: education bill t'M.k Rotarmn xr.
aces: next }'aU." Dickman Mare J. art t,ithr:*' ;s" visiting i tickets from the MX Team in i.n a lot of time in the" !sessionMr Palm Beach (....unto in Lak- V.'. .

""-... could not get N: r father NorwivxJ Gut nt>. in charge of ticket sale: were urged Elliott aid He voted for th.- on J'ilv+

Mar :ithis season" ...,' M'.tm th:* xvevk. to rf':1ft f"lr forts to make the bill since all sentiment had been In ---- _e---

had: no wrapping campaign: an itut&tandins. !succesWhen favor "f It. b=:t. h* said that h-t

able for use until that tenr.ira, in New York and other -- -. feared" teacher are in for 8 MO"-K The rah',n I. fart bjramzrfl N.mir:1(

The v(.ooo\ ears of corn Eastern cases, and "vegetable w. learnt to ignore what when they find out how little th to death and w ill us. r

seed thin Spring were ..r>-ulateaniaed tr, ,

the Florida markets in a1> \ auction mArt!!. manage: to Rive,money.There The! Pahokee legislator told of pub---. ...
weeks That movement "Thy!: set up and control pree4paid the fieht on the Everglade* Drainage -

ed cr.ly a small part cf i to u. eivrt\rs." h* t'\mf'1ain-'> are a number of good bill The bill passed U>* house There are always a boat of ti.i.

Sr-rsne com crop.Dickman I ed. "They like to see the rrtcesjtmp I books( that you could read but tfc 1 or protest from the Palm Beam;) 'untfr' for a good-paying Job but

presaged his !i ur and down for tha tis the thinking: involved might do you 'county delegation but died in the frw that claim work without f.ro>-

an attack on the large \. a5' t -''.\ yak- -r r..ev. ...!'!"" -rAtt'. p+';-a l ion

Two The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida
Friday, June 2O.1 (T

THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing I diums or swimming pools; andprobably I r Eastern Stars Plan Iva Snyder worthy matron andJ.
had to walk to and f om .
V. Thomas: past patron, presided -
school. Neither For Official's VisitThe
the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region was she a member .
of a school band nor had sh r
Established} 192.1 Published Every Friday been trained in high strutting and: Pahokee Chapter. Order of Plans were completed for the official
Price Year Ad-ance.
S2.00 In
Subscription twirling a drum majors batoa. Eastern Star. observed annual past visit of Mrs. Opal Rirtow,

without which gymnastics no hich matron's and past patron's nightat St Petersburg worthy grand matron -
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn
class school band is considered a meeting in the Masonic Hallon of the Florida OES Grard
Canal Point Florida, Second Class Matter
as complete. Thursday night of last weekMrs. Chapter to the Pahokee: Chapter
"When will we learn: that luxurious Esther LeFils. past matron, Wednesday.. June ::5."hile in
Paul Rardin Owner Editor Publisher
and expensive environment: and Dennis; Friend, past patron, Pahokee Mrs. B.utowill K honored -
dues not automatically turn out each received a gift from the chap by local chapter members at
The Had Talent
Boy correct spellers and grammariansand : ter. Mrs. Jennie IcKin< "What did you think of ventriloquist t ?" a ked the those are proficient in math I in charge of the program. Mrs- home of Mrs. Jessie Barnes.

husband after the vaudeville act. matics? __ u _
"I didn't think much of him," replied the wife, "but the "Thorough educational trainin
little fellow on his knee was awfully clever."-Chri>tian can only be imparted by skilled
teachers who are able to arouse;
Science Monitor.
interest of the pupil in the subjectat
hand. Whether it be in a one-
Recognized room or a million dollar school RESULTSThat's

While motoring in New York state, Enrico Caruso once building is of minor importance.

sought refuge in a farm house while his car was being fixed. "Skilled instructors may be had.

The farmer asked his name and he toll him it was Caruso.At but only on the payment of a wage what from investment
commensurate with that paid the you want any -
that the farmer leaped to his feet and seized Canto by bricklayer or carpt'nter'hat is

the hand. urgently needed in Florida is mon Profitable production of
"Little did I think I would see a man like you in this Mreess on capable well: trained

humble kitchen, sir," he exclaimed. "Caru-o. the great teachers and less expenditure on Poultry. Dairy and Hog products and
traveller! Robinson} Caruso!"-Stuart News. expensive luxurious schools and a
variety of non-essential but costly -
Chicks raised to maturity.
'N uff SaidA claptrap.
I can appreciate and share Mr
track supervisor received the following memo from his; Andrew's: amazement. I have long

foreman : "I'm sending in accident report about Carey's felt that we have lost our sense of Labor costs are the same whetheryou

foot, which he struck with spike maul. Now, under 'Ite- value as far as our cumbersomeand I

mark,* do you want mine or Carey's:"-Alexander Coop- I politically controlled educational use a good feed or a poor one
erator. set up is concerned.

It happens: that I employ a nU'11-1 but there is a big difference in re
I her of young men and :'
Poor Relation
my office. I have found from experience !
Faced by an acute manpower shortage} an employer tookon that the average graduate !

a hillbilly as a helper. The chap wasn't a bad worker. j of our grade and high schtw's ults.Eschleman's
but he kept peteringthe boss for advances on his weekly is ill equipped for work in a business -

pay. Seeking to instill habits of thrift, the filling station office. Most of them can't Feedsare
I spell .have no ability to compose
man urged his new employe to make an effort to save a
and the task of training them :s
little out of each dollar.
"Hut boss," protested Slim "it costs much for
groceries Some of them can sing and
here. I quality feeds, and we have one ex-
up can't lay up nothinV dance and twirl batons but they
"Don't tell me," replied his employer "that you and your can't take dictation. punctuate or
actly suited to needs.
wife eat up everything you earn." spell I have two girls that com your

"It ain't us so much" explained Slim. "Hit's that relative i to me from rural schools. They

what's such a {ixwerful e:1tel'Ian alive, what an appetite far surpass in common sense and
he's got !" ability most of those from city

"Ilelative?" questioned the! boss. "\Vho is he"lIe's ?" I schools. We need more old fashioned -
Readin". Ritm and 'Rith-
my brother-in-law, or half-brother, or somethin'. and less red an'l
metic: hooey tape
I don't exactly know just what relation you it say he is. i I politics. KILGORE SEED CO.BREDRITE

Anyhow, he's my wife's first husband."Quote. Teachers themselves realize th? .

I situation but are powerless to di

"How she could have become anything about it. However a

TOO LATE TO I :so:: proficient in such a primitive I group of courageous Hillsborough SEEDS
I I county grade school teachers took I
I environment seems almost unbelievable the initiative last week, and Pahokee, Fla. Phone :K01

CLASSIFYBy as the prevailing idea J letter to the school board urgedthe

set ins to lx that a thorough ed- I officials to give more consideration -
( Russell Kay) ucation can only be acquired in I to the three R's and cut I
. an up-to-date million dollar : down the number of Interruptions I I

"\"ondt"' >r of wonders," comments I I f school building, staffed by many heaped upon both teachers and .
editor Allen Andrews of .1! teacher. supervisors and principals I pupils in the forms of events fair, -
and athletic instructors. festivals and.other activities! foreign -
the American Eagle Estro. A j "Yet this Georgia country girl to the real purpose for which
recent news report states that who won the spelling champion- schools were established YOU MAY NOT GETA
the national spelling champion- I I ship over all city contestants was They ask that a committee from
ship has* just been won by a girl lacking in such cultural aids aa I the intermediate grades bo appointed VACATION !

from a backwoods country one- auditoriums lunchrooms gymnasiums I to carefully select and recommend -
room. one-teacher Georgia school basket-ball courts, sti- tests and work books for
;I these grades: that results from But there is no reason: on the earth, why you cannot -

any achievement of intelligencetests enjoy yourself at home, especially if you equip

;;:::::i not t>e required at the same your home with a modern .
I time report cards or similar rrc-
lords are due: that each year a revised Attic Ventilating SystemSuch

I 1111'I list of available school supplies -
i l>e made and a copy sent to an installation will give you comfort not
each teacher: that if art and music
I! only for one season, but for many years to come.
/J II'II' I: are required special teachers be Drop) in and let us show you plans :and equipment
furnished each school: a definite
t time for relaxation ho set up for which are the best offered in the markets. I

In .W teachers, each d':1that: : the dutiesof
the Preserve Your FoodsYou
school .secretaries be clearly
defined as they relate to the tech-
ing staff have heard much about the deep freeze boxes

- Less interruption from outsil and chests, for the stocking and preservation of

interestsnamely, programs contests foods, to lat: weeks, months or the t'ason"e
May festivals, fair exhibits can now provide you with :;.0 cubic foot Been
radio programs ticket selling freeze boxes effective in service and beautiful in
Tropical Lee County II operettas junior garden clubs looks.
and the like: more stress on th.
I.i I three Rs and leak work for -.how-

Live in comfort f during: your vaea\::: 11"' t off purposes A return to thoIlnJinal > Kelvinator Deep FreezeRefrigerators
this fil't: and safe aim of the el.*-
summer . spend :t in Lee County t
ni T.tarv school that I". to tea nr.ed.
. enjoy the cool breezes:: : of the pain: : Ii;! I ..d skills not just a smat'ert -

I shaded: white sand beaohes of *. ,. :r .,t everything and n"tnm.1..ftmf .;
i s vaoauoniand The Kehmator
;, i> top- in the refrigrator lines anal)
f f'r the whole fam:'!y. Surf I II I Isrriming I
fishing b "xttina, sightsee.ncj : I I; ment. Let us show you the advantages of tht.
.s:n:pi. r n'a 1:r.g level Eliminate
: and other popular sports. r. ,i tape and the making of U.- latest post war unit.
1'1 r.- ..s.s.irv record' CirvfulK '
Hotels: Cottages and apanmeri's:: ar-" i I -.sat- the teacher lead inl a'- I \\'(. IJegan: Juno Fir-t: c:,wing .it r.<,.mn \VJru! '.-

I I :..11..........:i up fast . m'v.. ::r :. ..crr.s -. k-'.p on children ..iter.ncS' : day for the -un:m 'r ml 'nth -. .ii. i "n ether wek

\--V.: : \Vr.te: : -.r rh.e: I h s-I! f r.;m other ,states t. days: car ho,irw. ..1! :,*:' .t1' t; n.
I I Th writer has ling r !".t,'id, .-l
I t tat w. have too much C*..I'imh'\!
Tony Dwyer Sec.-mgr. j jII
t.'n.vr..ty too much potties: ani ,
li1 II! Lee County Chamber of Commerce t. -, m....h downright r.A-.senit

i Fort Myers. Fla. I 1H 'ur. si'!.<.1 1 system Ma\N we..1V BETZXEIt'STHE
I hottt'Tf! if we eri'-turagM A
. : .,
For anyn.ng war.* &. .0'. i f w more ore-teacher onerxrint.try
s.'hls. the kInd WI' -......1 HARDWARE TORE

i t hain this country tr give MAIN STREET BELLE GLADE, FLA.Page .
: '! .'" Ice Abraham L.n .Ir a
-art 1:1 hfe

June 20. 1947 The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Page Three

IVIiss'Marian Stokes Becomes Bride Of Mrs. Cunningham Is the church floral committee for Mr. and :Mrs.: Frank Friend will

I July were Mrs. :Marshall: Lair. :Mr3.: leave this week for a visit.with relatives -
K. "M. Sanders In Sunday CeremonyThe Circle SpeakerMrs. Glenn Abling. Mrs. John T. PICK- in Georgia and Mississippi

ett, Mrs. J. G. Thomas Jr., an-1 and a tour of the Western States.

wedding ofliss Marian Batchelor and Rodney Connell D. "'. Cunningham spokeon Mrs E. L. Pope. At Macon. Ga.. they wll be joined

Stokes, daughter of Mrs. A. M. were ushers. "Children and the Law" at a Mrs. R. J. Simonson and Mrs. by :Mrs. Friend's daughter Miss

Andrew, Canal Point and Robt. M. I Mrs. Andrew, mother of the meeting of the Gertrude Shirley JDuBosp of Columbus, Ga., i Clarice Nason. who will accompany -
were visitors. :Mrs.: RbertYalk-i them far
bride wore a lime green dress witn as as Mississippi
Mike) Sanders was solemnized at Circle First Methodist WSCS. at
the Pahokee Methodist church JUn I orchid accessories and a corsage er, co-hostess, as&istedfrs.:: Simonson 'j where she will spend the summer
I of orchid carnations. Mrs. R. W. the home of Mrs. Robert B. Sim- during the serving of refres'1- with relatives.
15th 4:00 in
at a
p. m. picturesquesetting. .
', onson Monday eVE'ning.frs. E. L. -4.
Sanders mother of the !'
The church altar dec- groomwas
was I attired in Pope was in charge of thepr"')- Mrs. Grimes and
orated with baskets of white gladioli a pink lace dress and Ralph daughter. -
hat with gram and Mrs. E. J. Graham led ments.HillierJacobs Rebecca
against a background of I matching accessories and accompanied by her
the devotionals.
cathedral i a corsage of coral rosebud mother Mrs. C. A. Shive. left
palms lighted by tapers.A
white latticed witn ;I Mrs. Sanders graduated from Members made cash donations at I i Monday to join Mr. Grimes in
I the the t
Pahokee High School and is now meeting for purchase of North Carolina where he is work-
double entwined
with swinging gates fern embedded secretary with Life Insurance materials for a over seas" relief box Miss Dorothy Louise Jacobs j ing in the vegetable deal this sum-
asparagus of to be sent to the Rev. Ezard Smet daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Van Ja-
Company Georgia at Pahokee. mer.
with tuberoses was centered in Dunkirk. France. Tae cobs of '
:Mr. Sanders also a graduate of family Orlando and Gorden James j
the altar with
against railing Pahokee High School, attended the Smet family was recently "adopted" Hillier son of Mr. and Mrs. Don i j
identical decoration. the First Methodist WSCS Hillier of :'
of Florida by Pahokee, were married
Rev. C. T. Howes, pastor of the! University before entering which will to the in Folkston Ga.
the service attempt keep on Saturday, ;
which time hecompletE'd CHIROPRACTORWEST
church, the double '
performed ring basic family group supplied with necessary June 14, with County Judge C.
ceremony while the bride and engineering at PAIM BEACH
foods and household mater- McQueen .
Kalamazoo officiating.The MON WED. and
College Kalamazoo.
groom stood beneath the latticed ials. This box which will be bride FRI.BELLE GLADE
I : before prepared wore a blue crepe i
which entered when I Michigan going overseas, TUBS.. THURS. and SAT
archway they
for shipment by Mrs. H. J. street-length dress with white ac- :
the little flower girl, Andrea while serving there in the he Pacific Theatre, and Anderson, will be the second to b? cessories. She has been a residentof DR. L. S. JONESSuite
engaged in the ini-
Keyes, Macon, Ga., niece of the i tal invasion of the sent to the Smet family since the Pahokee for the past 10 years 301-02) Comrau Bldg.
bridegroom, dressed in white taf- i Philippines at "adoption." and is employed at the local A&P Phone 3650 W *t Palm Beach Fl*.
Levte and
feta and and Master j subsequently at Oki-
marquisette It was reported that the nursery store.

Carl Watson, Pahokee, son of Mr. nawa. at the First Methodist Church i? Mr. Hillier !l'n'edith' the Seabees ---
and Mrs. Paul Watson, in white Immediately following the ceremony -
now in operation and mothers areinvited in the Pacific area during the
opened the gates to the archway.A Mr. and Mrs. Sanders left to leave their infants tinder war. He is now associated vita; CHILLS ft FEVER
for a wedding trip to North Caro-
program of music included competent care at the nursery local contracting firm of Don Hillier -
lina.Irs.. Sanders selected for: DUE TO MALARIA
and violin selections "B
organ while attending church service and Sons. Inc.
cause" and "The Sweetest Story traveling a two-piece white gabardine Mrs. Sara Thomas reported that Following brief wedding trio RELIEVED

Ever Told", by Mrs. H. L. Jaudon. with off-red accessories. On flooring for the new Sunday school in Georgia and the Florida East

violinist, and Mrs. H. C. Grahan. their return th'yill make their building has been received and is Coast resorts Mr. and Mrs. Hillierare BYCa.x. 666I
,'I home in Pahokee where Mr. Sanders -
orxanist.Irs. Lorenzo Connell. has an established business. being laid this week. Named on now at their home in Pahokee. CaJt a dMd4JLci1'
soloist "Oh. PromispIe"
sang I # :.
and "Ah. Sweet Mystery of Life": jui-fii-uiwn guests aUt'nJJn
followed by the wedding march to I were: :Mr.: and Mrs. W. T. Connell I-

the music of organ and violin. and daughter Jerry. Avon Park:
:Miss: Kathleene >
Escorted by her uncle, D. T. I' s. Tallahassee -
Connell. the bride wore a lovely : Mr. and Mrs. "'. P. Lovell and

white son, Donald. Winter Haven: Joyce
slipper gown wit'1seeded 1
beads embroidered at tne Lovell. Dundee) : :Mrs.: T. S. Harts-

yoke line, and fitted pointed bodice -I I field and daughter Betty Ruth
with entrained skirt. Her 'Viand) son, Alfred Tallahassee: Major : -

three-quarter length veil fell froma and Mrs. Andrew Keves and

tiara of children, Andrea and Dn.w.Ia:: ; -
orange blossoms. She

carfifil a white prayer book centered con.

with a white orchid and show- I i -.- I

seed with white, satin ribbon and
lilies of the valley.All .
An executive hoar+l meeting of tiPahokee I
attendants dress s were in First 11f'thdit"oman'., I

pastel shades with matching: 1 Society of Christian Service washeld I
gauntlets and headdresses.! Matronof
at the church Monday afternoon -
honor. Mrs. Marie Blackwell.) I i iAli
with the prt St'ntIrs.. D. D.
mister of the bride wore peach I i Caudill. prt'siding1lr Caudill

marquisette over taffeta carryinga I called upon officers and committee*
bouquet of blue carnations. Maidof
chairmen from quarterly reports
honor Miss Sara Elaine Sand
local WSCS activities following
ers Palm Beach, sister of the
which these reports were presented -
bridegroom wore blue marquisette for official record to :Mrs.: C. T.
over taffeta carrying a bouquetof
Howes, corresponding secretary.
pink carnations. Miss Eva

Gainey. Pahokee. and Miss Kath- ..-

leene Chair('!'. Tallahassee, bridesmaids I Careless people believe every

wore yellow and green marquisette -I rumor that they hear and pas

over taffeta, respectively, I them along with interest.__
carrying bouquets of roses and yellow --a

carnations. The laborer who is well) paid,

Melvin Spooner. served as host should not forget to deliver a regular

man and Charles Wilkinson Lawn !I! quantum of good work. -

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Four The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday. June _O. 194"

Palatka Revival general Tn. Sunday: School re'- at two forty five. The following !j Pompano Wins Stamps JenkinsMary 1
rd broken with one hundred :
was was just receded by the pastoi |
Proved A Success and twenty five present. with the Re1.Y.. F. Oddy.e: had a glor- j From Pahokee 2-1
I It'nion Jenkins daughter of Mr
like achievement in the Training
attendance. ious time again Sunday. Had four j and Mrs L. F. Jenkins of Bradenton
The revival recently conductedby : sixty four in Pompano won a pitchers duel -
more for baptism. There is a greatspirit j
Rev C. A. Moberg at the Pa The Sunday of record breaking of Christian love in our j from Pahoke 2 t.> 1 at Pompan> and Roy Stamps son of Mr

latka Heights Baptist Church resulted resulted in the greatest in history church. The church gave:; me ar i on Friday June 13. Hutchion of and Mrs: W O Stamps of Pahj-

in the addition of sixteen to financially. Of particular joy t:> increase in salary. I knew you i j Pompano held Pahokee to one hit kee. were married Wednesday.
the membership all on the basis <>f Rev M>berg was the opportunityof to hear" The Mnbergs -;
would be happy : for seven and two third iming June 4th at the home of the bridesparents
of faith. Each service once again participating in the
profession plan to spend the first night | in Bradonton.Rev .
of the air with broadcasting was removed in the eighthafter ;:
from the stanlpoint ministry
wag outstanding with this good !
of their vacation j
each afternoon giving: two walks and ore hit. George Henderson pastor of
of attendance and interest in privileges
pastor and family I Raber on then finished the inning I: the Palma Sola Baptist churc.i.:
- without giving up any hits Taylor performed the double ring ceremony -
:Miss Howes Named of Pahokee gave up three hits. in the presence of the parents -
struck out eight and walked siv. and a few close friends after
Fellowship DelegateA Each team committed four boner ,i, which a wedding supper was aorveed. -
The game was stopped by rain on .
West Palm Beach Glades subdi-tnct, meeting ot two occasions and slick ground I I Roy is connected with the Sotith-
the Methodist Youth Fellowshipwas contributed to the errors on bot'i I eastern Utilities Co. and was
I held at the Pahokee First sides tran;;fered from Pahokee to
: Methodist Church on Thursday _-_ Bradenton several months ago.
Watch & Repair
evening of last week. Training Union Has ; After a short wedding trip to Sarasota -
Miss Helen Howes was named: a the couple are making: ther
deleeateto represent the subdistrict I "Cannibal" FeastThe home in Bradenton.
.l.'M: Datura St. \Ve-t Palm Beach at the Leadership Conference to beheld

at Lake Junalu;;ka in July ana Adult Training Union ot
t'arlAugust.. MYF groups of the the Canal Point Baptist church
various churches making up the held a Cannibal Feast at the II J t.i: :rJl N l.JI

Glades subdistnct will be asked to home of Mrs M F. George .Tuesdav -
rr AlN'f i1\i' MIDNIGHT' OIL
Bridal Sets $25 up contribute funds to cover their del- night with Mrs. George./; Mr.
egate's expense while at the con V.'C. Horne. Mrs. M J. Sapp and YOu BURN -mAT &15 VE

ference. :'olrs.Vadt Ammons acting a" AHEAD INTHIS OX. WORLD,
Miss Nell Howe1 was in charge hostesses. The jungle theme wa trb HOW toutae APPIIMYER \
Watches $12.50 upAll I of the worship service program carried throughout in decorationsand -1\ME
Earl Chance played organ music menu.
Refreshments were served in the After a group of games were W11'LE'THAT'
recreation hall following the busi played those attending were seated OtL t31JRN' )f
IN: 141'
ness session. and served the following:
Repair Work GuaranteedAll --.
and Frizzled explorer (baked ham I
Mrs J. A. Dulany son Missionary salad potato salad I ::-
Repairs Made In One Week Philip Allen, left Monday for Clin- Tropical Hash t fruit cocktail
', ton. N. C. where they will join Mr Sliced Yellow Streak Chl'l"Se
Dulany who Is manager of th? Crocodile Tears f olives>
Clinton Produce Market this sum- Crunch Sticks (celery) ...

PAHOKEE REPRESENTATIVE mer. Pigmy Skulls (hot rolls
I Cracked Shells saltines
MRS. W. C. DeLOACH II I L. L. Stuckey and J. M. Elliottare Chilled Lava Juice (iced tea
in Orlando this week attend-! Emerald Drops (lemon*
PHONE :2121 irg the fourth annual meeting of Cannibals Delight lice cream)
1 the Florida Vegetable CommitteaMr Our complete automotive repairs
Yo' Man ( cookies
I II ,
: Stuckey.: as FVC chairman, is plus regularity m your
I presiding, at the meeting I Co-her. car's check-ups will add thousand

i \'. C. Horne. A.V.. Jones. M F ) of miles m good service.
George J. II Bordeaux. Mrs G. Count on the LAKE SHOKi
T. Kchols. Mrs. Charles Jones Mrs MOTOR COMPANY for expert
SALE of sub-standard C. B. Jones. Mrs J. J. Walker. I work. Call today. anti take ad-

Miss Jenny Lewis, and Mrs Don \ai.tag of our qualitj fnendlvt
Pmson and<< son Butch. Mr and ,
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have returned home after >-pt>ndm_ _K" "' __ -
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i view. Quincy and TalHhasse-
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.. June 20 1947 The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Pa. Five

Chaplain Slawson 28 Boys Leave For :Methodists Plan- Rudolph Faulk returned Monday Miss Marian Enecks is visiting

. Closes Successful 4-H Camp At Ocala from Charleston, S. C., where (. her grandparents.Mr. and Mrs. "-.
( Continued from page 1 he has been engaged in the vegetable R. Enecks in Rocky Ford. Ga.
Canal PointThe .
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25 Palm Beach County boys will! School and other church servico; produce business. Mr. and
leave on Sunday. Children from 4-14 \Ir.il. Faulk and daughter.: Clyiu. Mr and Mrs. D "'. Cunningham
Revival at the Canal Point I Monday morning for Camp I years of age from all the churches plan to leave for Mountain City. and son. David spent Tuesday and

Methodist Church was brought to McQuorrie. the State 4-H CU'o will find a cordial welcome at tteI Tenn... around the first of July. Wednesday in Tampa on business.irririririririririririrrir .

an inspiringclose last Sunday Camp near Ocala, for a week of i I school.

with the perrron "A Certain '-1a'1l study recreation and sports, under j Vacation Time is here. Many of

Had Two Sons" brought to a large I the direction of State 4-H Club j the folks with us in the winter ;
season are gore others getting .
congregation by Chaplain Mernt leaders assisted by county agentsM. I
ready to leave yet the Sunday
Slawson. Slawson'shomecoming
Chaplain U. Mounts and H. L. Sneer.In rrd SPECIALIZING IX
to the t'h'irch he served -I I School especially thefen's
the group are .Matun Clinard Bible Class of The First Methodiet -
for four before into
years going
service was a j<.voas and challenging and Wiley Howell of Canal Poin.-. Ciof; Pahokee is showingi BODY & FENDER REPAIRS i
event. In all. tw"nty-five people Charles McCurdv of Pahoke .,: cr.n-=>.t">::...i high percentage o;
came forward to affirm faithin Howard Hill of Belle Glad. ''''i its meml TS present to keep th > E TIKE .\ AUTO
the saving power of Jesus Christin Charles Rohm and Jimmy Hardyof sroo.1 \\o-k of the class going
an appeal for Christian workersfor South Bay. A. J. Hartell. Lynn ; strong! Keeping step with this ACCESSORIESAUTO .a in'ft
all of the churches of the com- Dasher Glynn Dasher and Alton: ': fine class of men is the Ladies PAINTING

munity, irrespective of the denom- Garrett of Bean CitXorman. Class taught by Mr*. R. J. Schroder. 0
ination of their choice. Hunt of Bare Beach and Euger- Those wishing for a church

Those who indicated their desire Allen, Kenneth Deese Roger El- home, or a place to attend Sunday g
to become members: of the woods. Wayne Williams and Collier School will find a cordial wel- Bennet Bros. Service Station
Williams of Loxahatchee. The come in those two groups. Let'smake
Church this week
Methodist during "
others are from Communities on Pahokee better by canstant Pahokee Phone 579 Belle Glade Road Q
Ann Sears.Esther ,
of services are: Betty
Kautz. Ruth K aut z, the Range Line Road and Military attendance at Sunday School and b
trail on the East Coast. church.
Frances Wilson Billy Gene Turbeville. -

Pat Thomas Turbevillo.
Frank Wilson Mrs. Wilburn C.

Young C. L. Stuart. Pratt Pop.
Mrs. L. Prentis Turbeville Mrs.

N. V. Maxson. F.arlVil"on, John
Howard Hooks. Thomas Burns. Of 1
these ten come to us on Profes-
sion of Faith and five by Transfer. 9ASHIHG
They will be received into tb?
church on Sunday June 22. the
minister having consulted with

them baptized In addition this: Carolyn week.four Louise children Maxson were, ) : LINES

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. LeonarJ \ RECORf ; URAL

Maxson; Katherine Davidson A
Young Amy Roell Young, and ( o'
Walter Clark Young children of MILES . -.
Dr. and! :'ofrs.Vilburn C. Young.. 683 1946.
A fine token of the love of I N \

community for the Slawsons thi'l BUILT i fOI
given them in the Love Gift goal

fering1 and the written mt' same
of best wishes handed to them at

the close of the meeting. They: returned Mi
to Chaplain Slawson's sta-
tion in Louisiana Monday morn- 1941.

In '.
v7 .., ..
Reception of member in th" 1 f I tto ''' .
k '
Methodist Church of Canal Point : 7'. _
. "
both of the i ;...-, '. "fW ,
will! be made during ... .> ,, ;) ) 1c
services on Sunday. June 22. \ .,.- .f r .
Fifteen; new members who mad" '.: <",, I' ')''"'' 1..L' .l.. ., '-' JJ LI -':. ,
their decision! to join the church .' Y't: "- V

daring the week of Revival Rt"r-I l c' i "& J; '- ,,
:\ \ ." .. '
vices led by Chaplain i :{ . .
. ;'
.. '
i ito '"
i l -
the altar '
called to
Slawson will be "'..., -. ._ Y'r. ... _,..... "
take their membership vows, "" "' .
-" ,
the invitation being offered at ( ,. ,' 't. ..;.:'f ._ 4 ....., __,
." $- + -
both the morning ond evening ser i.- '- ;:, -;
vices. It is hoped that they: will' r ...__ t. e t.....' ....;...! : .. :
. -
\: ,
K joined by others who have mad ".\. ... .. ... -.a'> ...... ..._ ..- :.r. ..
either through + ..
similar decisions .. -1.-. .. t- '
Profession of Faith or bv Transfer . _ :.;;" '- ;-':'<'-: '."" t. .,. . ......... .. ,_..,, 't. ..- J
from other churches in which __. 12.:!';.. ;y < .. i.>. ,.., : .' <, :....'... t' ,, I
:_ .... _Jt ..... '. .. ,--(> .
they previously found their church ._ _.!:!..-"Ai-+ :.-..':: ."'" ," "" ". '" ".. '"-'...... -_-_....-. I
to Canal : "ib ; -
home before coming .. .. .
; .. V-1... .-O
,.. i ;
Point. ; ', \ \ ,. \ : 4- t
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The sermon for the Morning \ ... \ :: I
Service will he "By What Does
Man Live'" The service begins At .

11 a. m. being preceded bv Sunday line to
Dropping a
School at 10 led by the uPt'rin-I'
tendent. N. V. Maxson. Ou
dav School attendance has leon

holding up near the hundred mark. RURAL CUSTOMERS
something never even approachedWfore.
The Evening Service will
begin at S p. m The sermon takes
the theme of "Cutting Red Tape"The

Methodist Youth Fellowship Despite difficulties and shortages a record.
will meet on Tuesday. June 21, at
7:30: p. m. for a very important
breaking 683 miles of rural lines were completed in
business! and social meetingThe
Committee wi!!
Building 19 55. This year we're out t to beat that record for a
meet at the parsonage on Friday.
June 27 at 8 p. m. to pet our construction -
of the new Sundiv two year total of over 1355 roles-erouh to stretch

School Building under way Im-
mediately.1'e want the buildingup from St. Augustine: to Quebec, Canada!

and in use by this Fall

The Methodist Church L* very .... .
hippy to <.om with the BaptiseChurch : '_* Yes, we want to do more: than our share In

in the annual Vacation: :
Bible) School Mr Weeks is em!'sr I 4UEBEC "Helping! ; ild Florida" by !furnishing adequate! ,

Superintendent of the school
this Yt'\r. Clams! sessions will erin .try dependable! Sunshine Service to farms, homes, bust*

next Mondiv. meeting each:
day i'-11 :30 a. m. through July 3. re33 C:1:1 i:1du51 just cs quickly cs o.e p' ,blr! cc;;,

Rev. and Mrs Blur wish t. I3Cb i'.. of Rwro tjrei -- -

thank all who hive: expressed their: added! in O\jr 19647Eiponnon
h.lt'I.1<1.ht''' in the birth of their: '
#.oa. Mr, flair expect tarr.\,' \. frogramwould r '
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reach fc": S 4
home bv SaturdayMir :
-- -- -- Florida to Canada d 5 nORm! pow : .1iCIIT 1 COMI'.l.WFrida (! '
Ruby Jane McClure! of Miami \

is spending: : a two wreks vacation -
with h. rparents. Mr anMr j \. ST. AU6l1ST1NE. T(( s
*. 0 It McClure
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Mrs D P. Cau.iill and *"nSyd. Jae \
are leaving this week fr .
Boston Reach where they will ..
spend the "'mimer

Page Six
The Everglades News Canal Point Florida
Friday. June 20, 1947
tured numbers in the show. "I'm -- --
Cinematic ChatterBy I'm Lucky." "Bet Your Bottom Guthries Hold A sume his sermon teachings basedon Thanks to the fine spirit of coop:-

Malcolm Millar Dollar"" "One More Kiss," "Follow FamilyReunion the chart, "Rightly Dividing the ; ration on the part of the men at
The Band" and others. j Word of Truth." At the morning home, the average of the Pahokea
j Wrap all these stars, the plot Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Guthrie en- hour the Mobergs will sing "I Men's
i Bible
!! Class
Well, I've gone all out for a and the swell music in one gay tertained at their home on Bacom Need Jesus." The I I attendance continues -
musical show. First we had the package and you'll agree with me Point Road Sunday with a fathers "Illuminated at the fifty mark. This Sun-
Lucky Night drawing, and Did We it will be a show that you really day dinner and family reunion. j Cross Meditation Sing," will be I day's lesson "Babylon; Next," is of
Have Fun? . and now we've I : : presented at night, with
got j must see. Those attending were Mr. and augmen- utmost significance. All not affiliated -
the show, "If I'm Lucky," which i Se you at the movies Mai.I Bill Guthrie and children. Mrs. tation by the choir and orchestra. j I are invited.
will be on the screen of the Prince I Lautice Thompson and children
Theatre this coming Sunday- fon- Xorwood Guthrie all of Miami I - --
day, (rain or shine!) I MorrisMockMrs. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Guthrie of
What makes this picture out- Lake Worth Mr and Mrs. J. W. I'I I
standing? Well for one thing it I' Phares Davis Elarbee (,f Guthrie and children Mr. and Mrs. i. 1
has a cast of stars headed by 1 Pahokee announces the marriage I Leon Guthrie and daughters. Mr. I Rich Smooth
Perry Como Harry James, Vivian I'of her daughter. Phara Elarbee and Mrs. Bose Levins and daughter . !t
Blaine and Miranda Carmen and Mock, to Lt. James Edward Morris Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Wetherington -
featuring such well known playersas son of Mrs. Etta Morris of Jr., Mrs. \\'. D. Geiger and I
Phil Silvers, Edgar Buchanan. !Columbus, Ga., at Dothan, Ala., on Marcia Jean Guthrie, all of Pa- BUTTERMILK ::1
The Harry James Orchestra, Harry Saturday, June 14, at 10:30 a. m. hokee.
Haydfn, and many other pop- Vows for the single ring ceremony .. 1
ular stars of stage screen and were read by Judge J. A. Logueof Mobergs Celebrate 1

raido. I Dothan. What a delightful refreshing drink . _!
For thing number two, it is a The bride wore a light weight 6 Years Of ServiceOne f
story of the ups and downs of show i I aqua wool two-piece suit with : a tall glass of chilled Alfar Buttermilk. i:
business. It mixes In politics, get. white accessories and a corsage of of the most outstanding
everyone in a jam, has a lot of i white carnations.Lt. Sundays in the history of the Pa- I That good country. te, light in body, i
wise cracks Morris is stationed hokee Baptist Church and in the : t
whooping big laughs, : temporarily mild in flavor.
and incidents, and there is a tender -: at Tyndall Field, Panama ministry of the Mobergs was that Buy a quart or two today. ii i
of last Sunday, the sixth anniversary i I Ii
romance woven right into th i City Fla? where he is taking n I
plot, so cleverly in fact that you 16-weeks' advanced training of their ministry here. A i
will live I I! After 1 Lt. and large Sunday School was in attendance. Set i
through a joyful evening course. Aug. Mrs. out a plate of cookies
The I
of up-to-now entertainment, and :! 1lorris'jJI go to Sacrament preaching attendancewas ;
go home glad you came. I I Calif. where they will make their one of capacity proportion the with a pitcher of Alfar !
morning hour, with an overflow at I
j home while he is stationed at nearby -
For number three thing there at 2 I night. Buttermilk. Watch 'em !

some of the snassiest song num- Tyndall Field.. Deacon Lawrence Jaudon in be- ,
bers ever patted a foot to and ,'I
you go for it !
half of the church, presented the !
whistled on the way home. I Mrs. J. V. Chastain returned
Here are some of the main fea- i Monday from a visit with friendsin Moberjrs with two beautiful !
\\'est Palm Beach. pieces of luggage, a most timely i
I I in view of their
gift vacation plans !
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_ u_ for the month of July. Thanks to LFA '
.I Lady's Stomach Was Fellowship Hall, weather is no barrier I :!
I to dinner plans of the church. \ i
Like A Gas Factory
NOTICEClosing ; One of the finest covered dish dinner CREAMERY

:Meals Turned To GasOne I programs was the fellowship
delight of the many who attendI -
Hours for lady said recently that her I I, to do. honor to the pastor andfamily. ,
stomach used to be like a "gas i
the Summer factory!" That is. when she ate a I This Sunday the pastor will re -- ---- - I
meal it seemed to turn right into j i

pas.;; She wa always bloated, had |i iI I

DR. D. S. SPOONER : awful stomach gas pains day!
headaches and constant irregular iI I

Office will be closed bowel action. Now however. ths
I' lady says she is FREE of STOMACH -
All Day FridayDR. GAS and she says the chance
I is due to taking INNER-AID.: Her
meals agree with her. No gas or
bloat after Headaches and
constipation are gone. *Oh! what
relief!" states this lady. "Why
Office will be closed
don't other gas and constil'atir1sufferers

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; No-he's not color blind, actually. But mentally he "sees
! green" no matter how red the light or how thick and fast the

I: traffic. He's the pedestrian who disregards all safety warnings -

to dash across streets and highways in the shortest pos _
,, sible time, regardless of danger. : -
Mr. Motorist- He's one of the most vexing problems of traffic and safety ; ,
. officers, and a heavy contributor to the 195 pedestrians who
were killed on Florida's highways in our first peace year.This
i MAKE year his clan is increasing by leaps and bounds, literally!
i SAFE ORIYIN6 Have you ever been guilty of "green eyes"? How many
. A HABIT times have you ignored the red light and started across only '
! to be pinned down at the half-way mark with speeding traffic

i. fore and aft?
a Take this as your personal warning. The next time your
luck may not hold. Make a little life-saving resolution right
now to walk safely and live longer.

Prepared by the Associated Da 6..
cf Florida, the Florida Press Asso>
elation and the" National Consenr*
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Eight The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, June ;20, 194i

!I Nancy and Gwendolyn Perkins! Elsie Collins, were business visitors I Jackie Thomas and Yvonne

u4r\ ,.f Fort Pierce are guest of their I in Cle"'iston"ednesday.. Fraser have: returned homo from

uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Charles E. Creel II, student at a 10-dav visit with their uncle and

McClure. in Pahokee.Mr. the University: of Southern Cali ai.nt. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Kilpat-

r and Mrs. Cleve Cruthird ands ; fornia.: L.O> Angles, arrived in rick in Sanford.

= John Bennett spent the weekend I West Palm Beach via plane Monday --.. ------

at Surf Cottages near Palm to spend the summer vaca- I Mr. and Mrs. Jim Vandegrifthad
Mr. and Mrs. O. M. (Mack) Mr and Mrs. Jack A. Phillips of
Beach. tion :r. Pa'1"'ket"ith his parents.Dr. as guests the past week Mr.
Murphy had as guests TuesdayMr. Pahokee announce the birth of a
Mrs. J. W. Cruthirds and daughter. and Mrs. Charles E. Creel. and Mrs. Marion Still\ell and Mr.
and Mrs. Neil Carlson and son. Lonzo Carlton. at Good Samaritan -
Myra Lee and Mrs. Lewis: I Harold Thomas. a former Paho- and Mrs. Jasper Talbert of Cha--
son, Victor, and Mrs.\ Pauline Ho..cpitaI."est: Palm
Friend and children Kay and kee resident who is now a student: lotte. X. C.
Barnes and son, Douglas, of )f1- Beach on June 12. Mrs. Phillips i
Cindy returned home Monday !I Westminister College. Westmin- --

ami.Mr. I from a visit with their parents. | ister, Pa., visited friends in Pa- and son arc expected to return Mr. and Mrs. C.B Starling and
and Mrs. \V. W. Smith and home this \\e kend.
I Mr. and Mrs. Ira Smith, in GaineI : hokeeth e past week. Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Graham spent
son left this week for a visit witn Mr. and Mrs. John Prentis Hess;
I ville. They were accompanied I The regular meeting of Canal the weekend at Salerno.
his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ira of Belle Glade announce the birtn
home by Mrs. Cruthirds' daughter. Point Legion Post 242 scheduled
Smith in Gainesville.Miss ) I of a daughter Mary Elizabeth at j NOTICE
Miss Jean Cruthirds who is a stu- for Monday of this week, was postponed -
Clarice Nason left Saturday the Everglades Memorial Hospital I "Notice Is hereby given that the
I dent nurse at the Alachua County I until next week when Commander City Council of the City of Pahokee.
for a visit with friends in Macon on June 13. j Florida will on Tuf'Sday' 24th day
Ga. |'I Hospital in Gainesville. Roy Pope will announce a :Mr. and Mrs. James L. Fair- of June. A. D. 1947 set as a board cf
I Mr. and Mrs. Luke Fraser and special call meeting. ,' equalization for the purpose of equal-
E. C. Connell-Sara was a bus- I will leave thisweek I W. O. entertaint'dIlast cloth of Belle Glade announce the izing the assessments of real and per-
Yvonne Mrs. Stamps
daughter !onal property lying In the City of
iness visitor in Gainesville the; birth of a son James Leon Jr..
tor Maryland where Mr. Saturday night at a party Pahokee. Florida subject to taxationfor
week. at the Everglades Memorial Hospital : -j| year of 1947 deMrl.ig
past 1 Fraser will be engaged in the vegetable -I given in honor of her son and person
Watson student at on June 16. to contest or aggrieved at such assessment -
Miss Mayo 1! produce business through daughter Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stampsand . may be heard on said date.
State College Milledgeville. Witness hand Clerk cf
Georgia I of my as City
I Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Jenkins
Ga.. and Sasser Watson, stu- the summer. It may not be possible to serve the City of Pahokee Florida pursuant -
| Mr. and Mrs. Bob Henderson anddaughter. i Bradenton at the home of Mi. and to Ordinance No. 25. of said City
dent at Emory Junior College, Ox- to Canal God and Mammon but there are this 2nd dav of June A D 1947!
Gloria have gone Mrs. A. J. Culberson on .
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last valiant effort to "' P. WALKER
ford. Ga., arrived in Pahokee people making a i
J Alabama for a two weeks visit Point Rd. Cltv Clerk
week to spend the summer vaca- and do so. Pub: June 6. i2. 20. 1947
| with relatives. | Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stamps
tion with their parents, Mr. and
i Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Jenkins of
Mrs. Ronald Watson. Sasser la .I
week Mr. and Bradenton weekend visitors i NOTICENotice
had as guests last were
employed at the Pioneer DrugStore Is hereby given that the following described lands Mrs. Sam P. Mauro and daughter I of Mr. and Mrs. \\". O. Stamps. awill be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes for the year 1946.
this summer. 1 herein set opposite to the same to gether with the cost of such sale and adertlsing -
Rosalie' Mr. and :Mrs. E. A. Black j Virginia and Jimmie Stamps are '
Mr. and Mrs. P.M. Cate, Jr., \ will be sold at public auction on the 7th day of Julv A D. 1947 at
1 and Cecilia Abdo all of West visiting their brother and Sister- twelve o'clock noon at the City Hall In the City of Pahokee. County of Palm c
and children accompanied by Miss '
Beach and State of Florida.
Palm Beach. in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stampsin
Carol Phillips have gone to Ash -
Sam D. Blazer of Nocatee was a Bradenton this week.
ville N. C., for the summer. ,
business visitor here on Wednesday Andy Culberson returned home ..,
Mrs.! Emma Wheeler left Sundayto
of this week. Monday evening from Wallace. S. ? c.. t to<
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spend a few weeks with her son DESCRIPTION OF ;:; r ::: c : .; i''?
j Mrs. E. O. Murphy and daughter -i C. He and Mrs. Culberson will gj LAND :: li a
and daughter-in-law, Mr.\ and Mrs. I c :
.Vena Mae, of Miami arrived to Madison this week for a visit F .. 0 <{
L. Wheeler, in Lakeland. i
this week for a two weeks' visit I j with Mrs. Culberson's parentsMr. -
Mrs. I. J. Frasure Jr. and
': with her children Mrs. Charles 1 and Mrs. Hodnett.Classified I Lot 1 Rice Sub. talk 2 18 42 31 lr5. R. W. Bowers $22.10
daughter left this week for a twweeks' Lot 11 & 12 Friend
i.! Kennen Ellis O. Murphy and O. i ----- I Sub of Tract 28

visit with her parents in M. (Mack) Murphy and'families.. Elk 2 ____nuu _ 18 427; Freeman Campbell :2:0
Tampa.Mr. Lot: 1 Geiger SUb.
and Mrs. J. V. Thomas and They were accompanied here by I Ads I Elk: 3 _ 18 42 37 B. Elliott 600
E. O. Murphy who returned to Miami S. WlrI' of the N. W.
children Jack and Nancy will I 124' of Lots 24 & 25 18 42:1'7 F. A R. Corporation 9 63N
Tuesday. I Wly 62' of S. Ely
leave this week for a visit with her ,

parents Mr. and Mrs. Lee, in Mar- i Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Anderson and i, I'l'BIJC Stenographer. Mrs. VanJ. I! 15.116'of of Lot the 25 S. u Wly_ 18 42.1 F. S R. Corporation 9 00S

ianna. 1 their house guests Miss Lillian : York at Everglades Discount Ely 50' of the N.

Mrs. If. M. McIntosh and children Rasmussen and Mrs. Judy Bruj"- i Company in new Wroten Building Wly 15' of IS4'Lot of 25 S.u"y____ 18 42 :?7 F. .t R. Corporation 960

Annette and Kenneth have returned -[ lies of Copenhagen. Denmark, wall j 1 Ion Bacom Point Road in Paho- I Lot 5 Garden Sub.

from a two weeks' visit i r spend the weekend in Miami. l kee. IfEVERGLADES Tract 9 _hun 18 42 37 Leon Guthrie 1860
Lot 13 Tract 5 18 42 37 Gt'n. (" 1410
I I i uu Purchasing 0.
with relatives in St. Petersburg.Mrs. i i Homer J. Clause returned home - -- Lot 14 Tract 5 37 Gen. Purchasing Co. 1410

Roy Kautz left last weekto : this week after spending: a monthat HOUSE OF I I Lot IS Tract S -::-_- : : 5? Gen.: Purchasing Co.: H 10
BEAUTY Lot 16 Tract 5 ._n__ 18 42 ;>,7 Gen. Purchasing Co. 1410
join hr husband in St. Lou'swhere Ocala working in the spring Lot 21 Tract 5 ______ 18 42:37 Gcn. Purchasing Co. 420
he studying electrical refrigeration celery deal there.J. All Phases of Beauty Culture Lot 22 Tract 5 .- un 18 42 37 GE-n. Purchasing Co. 420
Mrs. Phone 4292 I I Lot 23 Tract 5 _un 18 42 37 Gf'n. Purchasing: ("0. 4:0
at trade school. I W. Wood and his aunt
Lot 24 Tract 5 ____n 18 42 3' Gen. Purchasing Co. 420
Lake Shore Drive Canal Point Lot 25 Tract 5 uu 18 42 37 Gf'n. Purchasing ("0. 420

- I Lot 28 Tract 5 _.___ 18 427; Gen. Purchasing Co. 420
-- - I SEPTIC tanks and grease traps Lot 5 & 6 W..hlngtonI
I I Elk. 1 nnn__ 18 42 31 A. J. Gamot 3300
I cleaned and repaired. Phone I Lot 12 Washington

i 3872. Bob Douthit. Pahokee. M17c Pit. 51k. 2 un.u_ 18 42 37 A. J. Gamot 1590

Lot 4 Wahlngton Pk.Bik. .

I 1I0r PAINTING: see John 2 ___ nn___u 18 42rz: A. J. Gamot 1410

Prince Theatre : Chandler veteran LolA 3-4-5 Washington
I Pahokee Pit. Bllt. 4 nnn 18 42 37 A. J. Gamot 1860

Fla. June27p Lot 12 Washington Pk.

Bik. 4 hh______ 18 42rz: A J. Gamot 11.40
CIIEMICAL-WELU repairs cracked Lot 5 k <6<5 Washington
Sunday & Pit. BIIt. 3 nUU 18 42 31 .... J. Oamot 636e
: Monday valve seats cracked Dieselheads Lot 13 Washington PIt

cracks in cylinder walls Blk. 4 h 'h _n___ 18 42:7 A J. Gamot 11.40
I Lot 9 Washington Pk.131k. .
car blocks and heads. Bring 1 _ _. 18 42:11: A J. Gamot 1410
June 22-23 work to Komer's Blacksmith Lot 7 Washington Pk.Blk. .

2 u_. ____n_ 18 42 37 A 3. Gamut 1860
Shop. Pahokee. Fla July 4. loOt 33 R 34 _. _nn__ J8 42 37 A J. Oamot Mfo
Lot 33 and 34 A ____ 18 42 37 A. J. Gamot 2400
PHOTO copies of military discharge S.I.. of Tracts 36 R 37
5 Acres _n _u ___ 18 42 3'1 5 A J. Gamot 1866
certificates awards citations -
Lot 17 and 18 and part
birth certificates, death of lot IS k 16 Lake
Park Sub Tr 13 18 42 37 W. O. Hut 5460\
certificates, diplomas, marriage I I Lot 4 _nu_ __un__ 13 42 36 C T Jackson 2946
; "IF I'M LUCKY"Starring licence, etc. Full size up to 18x22. Lot 4 A __ q___ 13 42 36 C T. Jackson 2G4
i wallet size 21 See i iI j: Tract 4 36 3 C Jackson
I =x312 inches. i S 80' of Lot 11 ._==:: : : 36 A I Utdyettr ::

I Claude Jones Pahokee. June20c S. 80' of Lot 11 A 24 42-6 A L. 1'otIdrf'ttf' 1..0
i I Lot 9 and 10 A. and

A\OX Products need a representative Part (..fOt 7A 24 42 36 George C. McLarty 600
II Lot 9 and 10 part of
I Perry Como, Harry James in Canal Point and Lot 1 h ____. h_U_ 24 42 36 George C. Mclarty 54 60

Belle Glade. Write district man An unplattf'd triangle

Vivian Blaine and Carmen Miranda ager. P. O. Box 1101. West Palm Tract 51515by 5 u.8551'_ ._ __of__ 18 42 37 George C Mc1.artJ 31 (t)

Beach. J6pd loOt 3 Tract 5 111 42 31 George C MI'Larty 3860
Lot 10-11"12 Tr 5 __. 18 42 J1 George C. J.ftL&rty 9960S.

"The musical treat of the season"From I FOR S\LE: Neat new little 2 i iI 2 W i.: 23 Corner Lot 18 42 n George C McLarty 72 t0

I bedroom home in Belle Glade on Tracts 71-.2-73-.4 and

i large l...t.$5.r OO. half cash immediate 3 acres of Tract 70
i i and that part of
. possession.: C. A. Bailey. Tract M ;vine South
I of arft..ld 1i!hlll"Y 18 42 .7 Dunon l'tdgf'tt 7350
Phom70.. Belle GJade. J201tc
South West Corner asin
d.-d-btw-It tti
. TO!! x.\I.K: Three bedroom home pays 136 IllS ACTH 11 42 31 Duncan Padll.tt 600!

I in Geiger subdivision $' 500. In- Lot 29 Tract 5 18 42.1 Ou.Dcan P.dlr..tt 'UII
Lot 30 Tract 5 1& 42 31 I5a can Padorm 750I.
EJ where I sit. Joe MarshCan't i m. diate pos* '!sion. terms S10 N3 .'.? ::11 rant 5 1842 31 Duncan; Padgrn 7-t6-
.. 6t/ Lot 1 N Canal Point
j.-S ala .cf' S52 monthly. C. A
Rd and Lot IF.
1 : Bailey. Phone 7O. Belle Glade. J20r Bill 6 It 437 Duncan Padgett II U
\ 13'"'; tAct 2 S 'ana: Point

,. ; roil ....\1.1:: 32: l t3-in Ptreamlirsuhdivision Rd and Lot 21"a : 7 ,
: Break4'X 51k 6 U + Duptan ra4pU t' t
for colored. C. A Lot 3 S Car.a: Point

:' Ba.ley Phone 70. Belle Glade JZII Rd ar.d l. :If' aUt' 0 U 31 Dsotaa j'agjett
E JO of Lot 4 S Canal -
Good Habits !
( His PInt Rd and E
\\ J: nt'and sell used" farm I 3(1' ('.f Lot 4f' Blk 6 8 a 31 DaDcaa Pafjett 4

..'" equipment Miller X- Parker ,t'' Lot 130' Try 165' S E.
'I Corner of Tr )4 II 4J" O. .. hrtor'la ''l'1
Farr: Machinery and Supply CoPhorie Let I A ___ 13 4J" ear-o asitatete'Met "
B. rt t'J.iIJor-: : N..< 'ai HT. it'- .ate '\ TMnsrle thin;:; that micht
: .'.31. Canal Poir.t. Fla. tfcI ; 1 _ U 41 U .'. QnIIrn 8aI.\ft' '
funnt how ... rtan> of our w :clime Jn..ihl. he u'd asai\ I Lot 1 Salvatore 6ut

9.itn14.tick! ..ith uH. -. Fix:n \ r."fI st..t'i; rnahty: l'.1RS1 1.0N> S.VNJO Up on well Bk 1 Suesk U 42 n 47atmen c, n 'e
tot 8 Savatore
.. of thtf j : t.at,,.i proved lard and catj 1 II 0 31 Caraaen e
rt Ik.-: ; l 1- nty': t.jtU'i ,'r. hsttrvaJ. rocs that > mary ci:m.m.'n..r.c. -

.> habits like; thrift andmcderation j tie rar.. ::f';; t..n t.) tw..nty..an tot. tJ at 14 Salwores.
ho .t-'t 31
even now ( : ctaivr ..:h Bk 1 II 41 C'Iu1Dom 1Ia1-!

; spread.! it I.ke .t w"s: ,.:.arc hair "ta>n! with; u*. i t paC .\. Bailey. Die: Glart r. 1 2 r.0 Rk Dk: 7';' a 6 it G :':7' R F. 1 1 share RbarnIt.l't
: tfoIM
** hen'? t.. 'th. An.l a- .* warworker. D..v'.. .>o they h. *. ; in America :!. F'.a Lot: 3 G sk: I C2 _7 It 3 Sharon -
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T- -t u-,' I to -tu-k; t.> a aon.r w.th t,?:>rar.v. a"d mutual! ) \ou H\\K: :\Iu%t\; to tnI I F 1'f- t'' 465Blk t a 37 IE J .5barcmt.tk2F.ndsib

tentr.it I .! her t. :f for one ar.. :-- > r n :n i ; respect 1 V st" Wn'iJ.lM.I! i 1-kf: to hav->
:Tact 28 Bt: ::1 II a"7 Catherine: 91n61et'r.Lot
Rd bt' >:i.l hvIJs: avt to !S vr ..r.J Th y're hatthat! 1a\t' n.rr',-i f i; y.,;:r re.n. \" hr.r.g you s percent 2& :s.me between

Maier:t::.'a.Saxe make this: country string ar.d : a-4 1O p.--{ *>!'.! rn safe :r..4' tm*nt Bsm o' ant Rd .
and 'W Main 5t I' C2 7f Leo tne' -
= .way with a Itcrtwife.. :Sis: neighborly end free n Bi; Gls.ie! property See C ABa.ley. l.A a-a- +A.htUtOQ 4

.. Phor.e: 7"', Bell: GUdFta ", Part R3 4 11 C2i7 3 II WDooa4
act ""!> ha" rtajnc IrouSk satin:: Lot Washngton PrBa
t!cN I S IS .0 ,T 1 B AItDrrad II 46
c.J fatand Nate hO"" 1f'
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> .J from wartime tutr..U) to \.. .\ \' TM'Ki: or truckafty 'I. 'r. 14 W.l.coa: 113S
Fa P.k 5 11 41 r. A "K Laeent.
? r.''as' = c:;t a-,1 1 .stall"-!
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Pn r." c.t'HPJSTIAN :case Pa.= c-r:1 C.sty Yx: :.

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