The Everglades news

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The Everglades news
Alternate title:
Belle Glade news
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Place of Publication:
Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Everglades News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
July 4, 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 )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
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>.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).

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Hospital Board Plans To Take Over

Migratory Hospital And Continue

Operation of Everglades MemorialRECENT

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At a m 'etingIonday night IP the board voted to keep the Paho-

I II I I Joan Wilson Wins Herb Beck's office in Belle Glade kee hospital open on an emergency

I FAIR WARNING! the Western Palm Beach Countv basis

Public Board Iwrft'cted
i iI Honors Hospital
OPERATIONS Top County At the all-important meeting
w plans to take over Migratory |
I only two of Pahokee's four directors -
hospital in Belle Glade, and also
--- On Sept. 30. 194X the present -
I ContestMiss showed Had the
Beauty up. group
tn continue of Kxr- ;
lease (>n the Kx erglade. operation
By Paul Rardin i
I I anted to 00010lock., stock andbarrel"
Memorial Hospital in I'ahokeeexpiiv. g'ladt'fl'morial hospital in Paho-
: and cloxthe Pahokte hospital
.. On that date the Pa- kee on an emergency basis until j
Joan Wilson : I
of Pahokeewas i there wouldn't have benanything
Fourth! Drive hfike hospital xxill be ('}losed. It expiration of the present lease
Today is the carefully crowned Queen of the Palm i I any body could have
and be back the Mon- xa said by hospital IntaMniefiitters which is to he terminated Sept
on job Beach County Festival at the done about it. Belle Glade members -
in 30. 1948. .
day morning. armory dance in West Palm Beacn 4 meeting Jlondaynight. were in a majority at the
t The is nut County Commissioner Pan |
building -
last night. Miss Wilson and her I Sl I meeting But. that was not the
i Dick Er\m. attorney for the i..fac.t4lrfor: LaM Rardin appeared before the board I'
a hospital.
five attendants were chosen at the motive of the board. Let it be
state road department in all probability I xear a great deal of grief was and sought co-operation in keeping -
county-wide beauty contest held In said to the everlasting glory of
will be candidate for attorney Pahokee at
a experienced by members of UK* I the hospital open
Flakier Park in West Palm Beach the board that a fairer and moresincere
general in next spring'4 j board in securing an additional least until expiration of the present -
Wednesday night. Miss Am consideration of the hospi-
primary election. Dick has aid run lease lease. Rardin pointed out that
O'Connell of Canal Point was one years They sax they tal question could not have bee
circle of friends throughout the don't such there is, pos-nbllity. Fhoke;
plan n.rnugh
of the fortunate lOt and becameone given by
state who will rally to his cause negotiations again.It I will make arrangements for a any group.
of the Queens attendants.An The motion to on emer
and make an earnest effort to see building to house the present hospital -
estimated 200O is up to the people of Pa genetwork at the Pahokee hospital -
.persor.sbraved '
that he wins the coveted position. before Sept 30. 1948.
the rains Wednesday: mgst hokee and Canal Point if they I was made by Belle GladeVW
The present attorney general-- The quarter of -a million dollar
to witness selection of six girls in "ant a hospital. If they want a P. Risk and voted unanimou>-
Tom Watson-has said that hewonOt Migratory hospital is to be handed
the Festival beauty contest hospital a building must be ly. No member of the board showed -
run for re-election to the job spon-I over to the district by the federal
sored by the American proxided. A recent law passed any reluctance to the idea of
but will seek the governorship in- government at the end of July.
Gardenia Post 170 in Flagler Park. b> the legislature enable** the I keeping both hospitals in operation -
stead. Young Mr. Ervin has an There will be no strings attached
Twenty-nine girls participated in City of Pahokee to erect, main- 'I although it is a possibility'
enviable record as atteorney for and the hospital board was of
what was termed the most successful tain and operate a hospital.' Arej that enough money will NOT BE
the SRD and will put a lot of pep unanimous opinion that to rejectsuch
event of the festivities 'flU going: to wait until the <'|< .- forthcoming for successful operation -
and interest into the forthcomingrcae an offer would h' a calamityThe .
far ing date before you do anything of both
for attorney general. : J .: Migratory hospital u.* one of
Delayed until 8:30 the contest about itBanks? I. At the beginning of the m..t'ting' -
the most modern in Florida an I
School board members have & went on as planned despite light J ; has only the finest of equipment Chairman V. C. Denton offered -

tug job! In talking to one the other i rains which failed to dampen the i Many taxpayers in the specialtaxing |j I his resignation i a.s chairmanand
of the contestants judges Ii | : Mrs Ruth \\.d worth wasi
day I learned that the school spirits 1 1I Will Close 1 district (maintaining tht
set-up in Palm Beach county has i i and audience Four elimination i i: named to succeed him as bead of
present' hospital I were of the opin- j
I I promenades were required to de- J: the hoard after Mr Denton nom
to maintain buildings--porta on that plan of the hospital 1
hies and everything included. The I j jtermme I the winners who were All Day Saturdays board called for immediate closing j I! mated her for the job. Dow Geiger
J Thelma Partin. Bovnton. A n n lof Canal Point is vice chairman
school hoard has 700 employees! I|; XVili i of the Pahokee institution and i imnvm '!'
O'Connell. Canal Point Joan Mrs Wedgworth was complimented -
At board members draw ;
present Beginning July hAll ,::. lock stock and barrel to
$1,00 per month When their son. Pahoke rand Betty L. CipleI : the new hospital Whatever : ) upon her election hut she soil
: .aura Doloris Ca-tighom Gladys she knew that it called for a lot
terms expire' they will draw NO thoughts of this kind prrxailod >
salary if re-elected A law passed Chester West Palm Beach j i bank: in Pam! Beach County were dispelled Monday night when ,. of hard work That she will maki'

bv the recent legislature providesthat Miss Wilson is a popular member following the trend among in- a success of the job 1.'jOI without

school board members in I of Pahokee High School where !
Florida shall serve WITHOUT I IPAY' she wields a baton a!" one of th,* .d.istnes and other leading financial '. Pledges Are Due of every undertaking she hai.tackled .

: with th institutions throughout the in the past' The .oar<1pledged
It't make sense bitthat's majorttto performing For Chest
i band. ration and acting under a statute Community her full ooprration
the it'going to
way j .
I ---- --- iacted at the recent session of ---- i i Mrs Amy"hid.lf'n.. bu! m. >"*

At last week's meeting of th- Will t the Legislature: will go: on a fixe- Mrs Alice pot'nt'r. !s.-erctary of manager of the board was gixnfull

Pahokee Rotary club Orm Bacon I Committee day week effective Sautrday. July thf Community ('hest committee and complete authority to

took over as president succeeding Study W. P. B. Canal 12th. in the Pahoke and Canal POint "hirrand fir"" all personnel fo-,

Pete deMoxa who handled the I (j Under the new schedule, the area said f'stt'nlay! that 't'Vf'ra' the two hospitals or she may cJ.L-,

gavel during the past 12 month Appointment (,; uh-t'ommittee hank will oven at 9:30 and close pj; djres are due and pax able. St.' gatethis! authority to the siiprinterdVnt -

(inn got away to a goad tart and meinbtr to work wIth representatives j at 2 P M. adding an tau and a also pointed out that a handful of it war pointed out l v fir

had an excellent pro rtm. H. OKarwood. II of the Everglades Dranaee, half to the present schedule of .hose who pledged to join the $w. hoard Mrs U-hidden will work in

city manager of Belle.I Board and the Port of Palm Bear1 iI I II lurking; hours for checkmr. savings club should make their payments close coop*.ration with an exe: ..

Glade. was the speaker and he told I in a fact finding! survey of the i i and safe deposit customers.Monday The chest organization n doing; a tire committ-- V-e named I x

inter*'stmglx of the city manager navigation rwviKht.r> <>f the West : thiouph:;: Fndav In closing' ;: splendid work but payments Itf Chairman WflgworthI" .

form of government under xxhicn Palm Beach Canal were announc- tach Saturdax.. the hanks will not I( pledges is n ffsar\ if that type order thAt there wrnild bf r..

th. "." ijhU>nng city operates!" ...l TuesdlV bx the Resources Itl >.- : obseroedr*'!"'lav half hoi.slay- ::of work is t'S'-i."tlr.lIf' Oierk'- rri"'m.STstardlnp *ho
-- --- : \' .'.pment Bianl i, after July Pt>5. mav rmail"! tlJr..c-tly to Mrs ft the Pahokw hoBpttal, M'-

Wallace Barnes To I From the water control committee : The banks .n Palm Beach County Spinner as set rf'tary of th.o-- Whiden! asked the loarrt p"f I'1-,

O \\'. Gamer piv.sideit has constitute the *cond group; t o i'inzatlon.:' rally what services were to '..

Open Texaco Station !' ,pp.nnted G Bernie l n't"l. J. :Mirvmpsev obserxe the Permissive! atuHax maintained It was pointed o. It

I \\'. \\'. Thom-.. *t. cite : ( leis 1 .!.g :n the State of Flonda ** With Saturday closing. it will Rive that thr* nurses will tie rna,.
'I .
\1.aI1it!\; 'e 1?.I-H..- H".M.T tK It I. (' a..tan.: Palm Beach: How the bunks in Dade C()'.ntx will Is-- ; tV employee i full rek-eid as tamed for round-tbe-clor em

vi"e n i'.iV-okt>,. on Monday. and Hanev Belle Glade: 0 B. MrCMire. c.>":n T"* 01 Sat'irdav i many fth..r.o'w have irercy service the tabor t rv a: "'

Jy! 7. ot the T,'\-\io S tat KM Pahokee J J Cater chairman JI Iv 12tH It was also' reports i Banks in Palm B'a>'h ('. untx X-Ray will tavaiUUe and t

!runty! operated by Vision II*ni'i of the waterways,. and highways tSat sixten states noW have; af.1a1' whtth hAV" ad..rtel' a fv.da' twhn.rian will divide his t.. .. Itv.

rson Mr Barnes Ih1hi man ,'omnntt.WI.. h :,* spear.! f
':ear of cKpeneii'e in the auto- heading the sp-vial pr-">,it, named Law and that a large perrcn'- : of Pahi,ke Fl-,r.<;ia National BakBle ( ou..tltut.on..

n'obtle industry and assures his I kIr.p.h. W 1'.lrr.' age of the hark in these states Glad-- .'tlantlat;.>na'! A came was nsdcis.. f-

; tro-s. ..f the finest of r'ervice.lie I l.s, W Terre Gib.n citx : B. ElI- are now otoervir.r: the holiday Bank and Flor-da Bank A. In.ViC t)" new hopital bolt it ug"!

will iarrfull line of Texaco otr John P:oke't. Parok An ffic:al of the bank stated \mp nv of West Palm: B
'rodurtf and Goodrich, ---- --_. the bank closed Pln.IVach while e,r
I accessories that even though :First National Bank in Everglades Jlr4pitaJ

The conirrn will "i'o'ratt'L"1d..r the haul Rozelle. Srl il! Spending at ''- rr. atlrda" miry nt t h- First Nat.o-al Bark D.!, 11 Pay.k. d'.r-p! the rematrd'"

r"nir .f Bar-is Motor S:.:prl.' a <*-;: ..i'a.. a'. -. '.x t --11t.1. .'\" s .:- ...... P't': ... 't'" *.ItFrl! :Nata': : B-I-K i IWK-' n! :e. I.tlm" w':H fcEstablished .*- 5r ,An ,

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Two The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday.. July 9. 1917

Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Murphy Mr. o'cJxk. There will be no regular
and Mrs. Mack Murphy and:: Mr. I Special Service i ovenir.g service in either church.

and Mrs. Charles Kennen. I Instead we shall gather in the
the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region [
Established 1924 Published Every Friday J. W. Rogers is visiting his sister Marks School End i Baptist Church to recognize the
Ad-ance' Mrs. B. J. Hendrix. in Stuart fine work of teacher and pupi'a
Subscription Price S2.00 Year In
this week. | alike in this exceptional school
Mrs. Paul Rardtn% is in Glenn- Sunday morning worship ger\'i'
under the Mr.
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post. OfficeIn
ville. Ga., where she is spending of the Methodist Church of Canal Bordeaux.

Canal Point Florida, as Second Class Matter several weeks with her parents, Point will be built around trot l! Our Sunday School i is keepingup ;

Pr. and Mrs. \V. O. Strickland.Mr. communion theme of "What Do I its attendance at a rate never
Owner Editor Publisher
Paul Kardin i
and Mrs. Phil Mills left the Get Out Of Prayer" The communion i I. heard of in summer time. 93 last;

first of the week for Franklin meditation will be followed Sunday. 92 the week beefore. No--

Perfect FitTcmporaril.r X. C.. where they plan to spend a by the sacrament of the Lord's mal attendance for this time of

discouraged with the apartment in which thirty day vacation. During the r supper for all who desire in sincere year has varied between 35-5J.;

she lived, the mother complained to her four-year-old son: absence Gilbert Olsen will be in repentence and Christian; resolution Our fine officers and teacher
** could find another place to live.' Glades Club. to The service .
I do wish we charge of the partake. I promise no let-down in the caliber
"I don't Mommie," was his quick res pollse. "I love this Mr. and Mrs. Dan Carpenter left: will begin at 11 A.r.. and conclude !! of the school.Methodist .

apartment." this week for College Station, before noon. Youth Fellowship:

Earnestly seeking a fresh viewpoint, she asked: Texas where they will visit Mr. Thetethodist Church will jo'n meets every Tuesday; at ';:3)

"Tell me. dear what do you like especially about our and Mrs. Vance Dt'nton.t.s.. Den- with the Baptist Church for the promptly for its full meeting of

apartment" ton is their daughter. From Texas Vacation School Commencement fun. fellowship and instruction in

th- will to Newport.R. Service on Sunday night at S
"Mommie, he explained "the rooms are just the shape I Carpenters go Christian living.
like and they are just where I want them."-Christian I.. where they will visit their The Building Committee: Bill
son, Milton, who is in the service. t Brandon, chairman: A. R. Harrington -
Science Monitor. Dr. I
and Mrs. C. H. Willoughby
They plan to be away from Paho- : Dolmar L. Hooks: Frank
there. Before returning home Mrs.
kee for about three weeks. Wilson: N. V. Maxson filling: the
Shirley who teaches at the Paho
Hard Talton Joyce, former Pahokee place of \\'. P. Jernigan who is
"Nature seems determined to make us work." resident who is now with the kee School will take a short i now in CI wi.tonand the pastor

"Yep-the less hair we have to comb the more face we State Highway Patrol in t v' course Boor.e. C.Mr. the. summer school in have been drawing up final plans

have to wash.-Petroleum Engineer.Mrs. Bradenton district visited his and Mrs. Dan [ for the Sunday School Building.;
mfthertrs.. Maxine J oyand: Carpenter : Construction will begin in the very
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and daughter Carol left this weekon
I Beach while their mother was in other relatives in Pahokee the a vacation of several weeks near future in the two lots west

the hospital there. past week.Mr. covering tatE's."hio i j of the parvmage.The .
Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Fields Sr. :: and Mrs. L. L. Shirley will many 1 Tower Chime System which
away they plan to visit their son-
leave this week for a visit with has been out of order since the re-
and daughters. Joyce and Joy accompanied -
in-law and daughter.. and Mrs.;
by their niece. Mrs.Luetta relatives in Ohio. They will be Vance Donton. in College Station. \ival will bo ready for use on Sun
joined: in Gainesville by their day.: we are told. The minister
Platt and children of Tex.: their son. Milton Carpenter
daughter. Peggy Lynn who has i., posting a list of favorite hymns
Elsie Collins, who has been are leaving today for amonth's V. S. Navy, who is stationed at a
been visiting her grandparent tin lifetime plastic recordings
visit with their and :|
son naval training base in Rhode Island -
the guest of her brotherinlawand
I j i chimes and vibraharp music whichmay
daughter-in-law. Ensign and Mrs.' and other relatives in Okla
sister, Mr. and Mrs. B. 1V.1VoH1 ; desiring -
in Pahokee, loft Tuesdayfor H. D. Fields Jr.. in Jacksonvil'and > homa and North Carolina.Mr. :,; now bo obtained. Anyone
more a-*
to one or
other relatives in Kentuckv. and Mrs. J. P. Hancock of
Ga. She
her home in Lyons
Classified' to the chUI'l'nshould
a memorial or gift
was accompanied by her nephew The Tasty Coffee Shop in Pahc- Myrtle Beach. S. C.. are visitinghis
her kee will be closed during their ab I mother, Mrs. Lucy Schaetz. see him.
J. W. Wood, who drove car The Junior Fellowship will make
back to Lyons. She was also ac- sence. I Stenographer. )trs.'an and Mr. Schaetz in Pahokee this School tim
Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Colson I Ian.1 i i plans during Sunday
far : Gainesvilleby J. York at Everglades Discount week
companied as as: time :n
1 I for a JF beach-party some
her sister, Mrs. B. W. Wood, son, Jimmy. left Friday for a Company in new Wroten Buildingon Brenda Johnson and Anita Cow- .

who will visit! her son-in-law and three weeks vacation in North Bacom Point Road in Paho art are in Good Samaratian HOJ- July.FOOTISALL ---

daughter Mr. and Mrs. Charles, A. Carolina. While away Mr. Colson kee. fKVEKr.LADKS pital. Brenda has pneumonia and

Baker, there for a few days. will enter the Duke Hospital --- --- --- -- -- Anit ahad an operation. j! I'KACTirKAll

Miss Virginia McClure wh:> I clinic Durham, for medical treaT- IIOt'SE OF Mrs. Frank Chaney and family boys who intend to go out
Girls ment and Jimmy will attend th' BEAUTY for football are requested to contact -
graduated from the Gibson have gone to North Carolina fora
I Ridgecrest Summer All Phases of Coach Garrison.. If you havea
School of Modeling in Miam ion few weeks to be with Mr. I
June 20, is visiting her parents I Miss Ruby Jane McClure dental Phone 4292'Lake Chaney. who is working there. I birth certificate turn it in to

Mr. and Mrs. O. B. McClure in Pa hygiene specialist, went to Jacksonville Shore Drive Canal Point Rev. and Mrs. C. R. Moore and him: if not bring material to ob-

hokee this week. I this week to take the SEITIO tanks -and gretrap; son Larry, Venn Ell Davis ari tain one. A birth certificate will
and it
Rev. and :Mrs. C. A. Moberg and State hoard's examination for cleaned and Carolyn Chaney have returned be required of all players
repaired.Phone it. All material -
children are visiting friends in MI- dental hygiene.Mr. 3872 Bob Douthit Pahokee. MITe home after attending the Youth takes time to
should bo' in not later than
ami this week. and Mrs. Vinson Hendersonand ------ Camp at White Springs, Fla. I
Mrs. Bertha L. Starling had as daughter and Mr. and Mrs. H. Cllt\lIC: \L-\\"ELD repairs cracked A Zone Meeting the LaBelle. July 15.

a guest the past week her sister, L. Swain were guests at a dinner valve seats, cracked Diesel Arcadia. Punta Gorda and Paho --- ----

Mrs. Herman Taylor of Winter party honoring Doyle Worth on heads, cracks in cylinder walls, kee Nazarene Churches will bo N.V.AKF.XKV.r.M.S.. MEETING:

Haven. his birthday anniversary in Clew- car blocks and heads. Bring I held at Ft. Myers today. A w.J!l The monthly W. F. M. S. meeting -

Mrs. Alma Farrow visited :Mrs. iston on Thursday evening of last work to Komer's Blacksmith rounded program has been planned of the Church of the Nazarenein

Lois Angel in Palatka the past week. Shop. Pahokee, Fla. July 4FOK with dinner on the ground at Pahokee will be held at the hom-

week. Charles F. Creel II. University SALE: Neat new little 2 I noon. .of Mrs. Faye Crosby.

Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Carter and of Southern California student bedroom home in _Belle u Glade on

daughter and :Mrs. Carter's sister who is spending the summer with large lot, $5500, half cash, immediate -I -

:Miss Evelyn Maloy. have returned his parents in Pahokee. is recuperating -I possession. C. A. Bailey, 1'--

from vacation at Jensen Beach. from an appendectomy performed Phone 70 Belle Glade. J20Uc

Ralph Steele of Califcrnia visited recently at Good Samaritan -
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Segree ard Hospital in West Palm Beach. FOR SALE: Three bedroom homein ;

Mr.. Bertha Starling in Pahokes Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Rogers Geiger subdivision $6500, immediate RESULTSThat's
possession, terms $1000
the past week. have as their guest this week Miss
Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Swain hid Betty Fielding of Fort Lauderdale. cash, balance $52 monthly. C. A
Bailey, Phone 70, Belle Glade. J20
as a guest the past week his Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Jaudon haveas :
mother Mrs. Mae Swain of Tam- what you want from any in-
guests this week her brotherinlaw nUt SALE: 32 lots in Streamline

and sister Mr. and Mrs. L. T. subdivision for colored, C. A.
pa.Mrs.. Anna Murphy wu: transferred Hooker and children of Plant City Bailey, Phone 70, Belle Glade. J20c vestment. Profitable production of

the past week from a hospital and another sister. Mrs M. H.
in West Palm Beach to the Rovinsky of Dover Fla. \VE BUY and sell used farm I Poultry, Dairy and I-log products and

Everglades Memorial Hospital E. O. :Murphy who spent the equipment. Miller & Parkt"rt

where she is still seriouly ill. weekend in Pahokee with rela- Farm Machinery and Supply Co. Chicks raised to maturity.
Phone 531, Canal Point, Fla. tfc
She was accompanied here by her tives, was accompanied ha-k to

two daughters Mrs. Maxine Joyce his home in Miami by his wife and ('.\KM: LOANS $5000 up on well

and Mrs. G. H. Tucker of Canal daughter \'E'naI:1.E'. who spent located improved land and cattle Labor costs are the same whetheryou

Point who stayed in West Palm the past two weeks here visiting ranches, ten to twenty yearsto

_. pay. C. A. Bailey. Belle Glade. feed
--- - '- Fla. tfcIK use a good or a poor one,

-- -
> YOU HAVE OXF.lto In- but there is a big difference in re-

: v'st'oul<1 you like to have
From where I sit... 6 Joe Marsh your money bring you 8 percentand

10 safe investmenton
percent on
Belle Glade property. See C. A. sults.Eschleman's

The Picnic Was FU.Bailey Phone 70, Belle Glad tfc. Feeds

_ i
-a "Hug" Success "-.\ Ttn: Water tank, cistern i

type. 501) gal capacity, or more
Joe Tom Canal: Point
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Our Wat Wild I.iff League went cause folk-4 are -MI temperate and I I'OK KENT: Three room house. exactly

on a picnic Saturdat. and I went .II.h..h.n..d our town, that the} hath and screened porch Phon

long to cor it for the Clarion.Mondaj. could! afford to take the whole thing I 33""*9. ItcFOK

: folk. kept "t<.ppinc me. a* a joke. i :: i
KENT: Two room apartment i
and ainr: Mu.t hate !gotton out
Fr<>rr. where I sit. even a newspaper I upstairs Phone 331. ItrVT ,
of hand that picnic!
editor's entitled: to a few ---- -- ---- - -
. "Nonsense.=, I \\ \ TO KENT Two bedroom i
says..It was nt"takel..1 i I : I
: since I re"'rttnuhty
plea! "ant anj n'r.jenia!. that served hou*** Will tyiy if in good Location I-
they a moderate beverage
Ju.t beer and h. .. and rea.-inabl LB KILGORE SEED CO.
>t .i! is, cheese :and like beer I'm ure novvijthink price is
eiii...r." And then they! sh iw me the Parker. Box 916. Pahokee. Fla tf
the picnic: wa: the least b:' n _________
headline r.-a.i.-.j; : "V.'ILD WIFEPICNIC 1
wild or anything but a hue success FOK SALE: Hawthorn Girl Bi- .

HIT. St'tVESS.- : -and I mean l-y<.' (" Tlf'. used very little Inquire r :! BRED-RITE SEEDS

Of course it was Elmer: my tp- W Waller. Box 405. Canal Pojr.t.Fia. .

.eUrr,*ho had made the misprint: L..J.'r/1 ] Itp Pahokee Fla. Phone :3201Page

But is tnj face red: It'. on! S- c"\. I
I!I FOR S\LK: Cheap' u.*.i babv !

!i: Buggy. i1"01 cr n-iitj >r.. Cal'! P:14: 4 I

., s 'k,... :t571 2t. .

Friday July 4, 1947 The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Page Three

\ Mr. a.1dIrs.. Roy Segree ar.i Mr and Mrs. I. E. Hamilton and
Nazarene Bible Patrolman R. C. Webb Fellowship Group
son. Allen. have leased _a cottageat family spent the past weekend in I
From Hardee To Lee Enjoys Ranch Party
Jensen Beach for the summer. Enterprise with his parents.
School Starts 7 .
July I| We note with interest an article Members of the senior First
from t Wauchula Advocate in
Methodist Youth Fellowship en- + + +
4 a< >hhhhhhhhhhhhhh t >hhh< >h< Q
to the transfer R.
of C.
Monday morning at 9:00 will regard joyed an outdoor part yand barbe- "o. Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y y Y Y Y Y f Y .

bring the opening exercises of ths Webb highway patrolman to FortM'ers cue at the B. Elliott ranch house i *
from Wauchula. The arti- :: CAMERA EXTHUSL-\STS. A
Nazarene Summer Bible School in near Okeechobee on Thursday
Pahokee. Mrs. Martha Webb will cle will be of interest to M-. evening of last week with Mr. and 4 THE CAMERA CENTER Webb's friends in Pahokee wherehe
be the special worker. She will Mrs. Elliott acting as hosts.;
formerly lived. The article follows ''I' *:. is now equipped: with a repair department. All work *:*
also have her two daughters with Games were played. .
: ry will be promptly done by experts familiar with all s'A. .
her to assist in the work. Mrs. Attending were the Misses I makes of domestic and
"State Highway Patrolman R. C. foreign cameras. 4..
Webb has been a very successf.Jlchildren's Louise Hamilton. Lois Echols. Nell
Webb who has been stationed in : OFFICE EQUIPMENT J:
worker and has con- Howes. Helen Howes. Joyce Fields s "
ducted many children's meetingsover Hardee County for nearly three Laurie Rogers. Laura Skinner. .I H.LSEGRIFFITH INC. 4-
has been notified of his < ,
the country. We are looking years : Ruth Wehrman. Patsy Elliott and .
transfer to Lee County, effective < 313-15-17 Datura St. Phone S885 <$.
forward to a great time these next Rita Fay Hurt. Mrs. Xettie Smith.George .
July 1st. Patrolman Webb who .A. 1VEST PAL-M BEACH FL.\ 4..
two weeks with all the childrenof Steele. Eddi eStanley Ronald .
the and wish to extend has served in this county for 31 Glenn Sowder. Thomas sas asc-as* 4k > '
community Stanley q< ascas as >ssssc>sai< Asaas ssa>saasaasais'casa fc >< ><
months has proved to be one of T Y Y Y Y f Y Y r # Y % Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
a hearty invitatio nto all. Howes Earl Chance Bill Till-
the most popular officers ever to; man Elmer B. Elliott and Mr. and _._ .
be assigned to this county. He was --- -- -- .-
Cancer Drive Is Mrs. B. Elliott.ALLSTARS -
loyal and faithful to his employers - -a.- -- I ,

Proving SuccessfulSt. and was diligent and at the WIN

I same time courteous ir the performance The Pahokee-Canal Point All

PETERSBURG-Florida has of his duties. The best Stars won their first game in the Shrubs and TreesALL i I
wishes of friends
passed its $150,000 goal in the many throughout Palm Beach County Softball Tournament -
the follow him to his !
American Cancer Society's drive county
by a score of 21 to 3 over
for funds to fight cancer Lawton new field." the Lake Worth Calvary Methodist VARIETIES AT RETAIL
Swan. Jr.. Florida campaign chair- - Church Team. Harlow Simms

man, announced last Saturday. Dike Work To Start hurled for the local team and Ken- Authorized Sales and Service +

When final returns are received ny Mock was behind the plate. Tae

from all counties, Swan said, the On Lake Okeechobee All Stars collected 12 hits and JACOBSEN PO'VERXD I

total is expected to exceed $160- commited 1 error. Lake \voit! :

000. the largest amount ever contributed JACKSONVILLE Maintenance got S hits and made 9 error HAND LAWN MOWERS
by Floridians to finance dredging in the intracoastal Simms. Mock. Brown. Spooner i i ii ,
the cancer fight. Florida wi'lsend waterway and revetment work
Funderburkand Garrison got the
at least $60,000 t onational along a section o fthe Lake Okee
hits for Pahokee-Canal Point. ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO. I i
headquarters of the American chobee levee will begin the latter i

Cancer Society to help defray the part of July. Col. Willis E. Teal C.Sandersnd Airs. and Saturday afternoons
multi-million dollar cost of a nationwide district engineer said Tuesday.A Mrs. J. II
research program to find contract for dredging) in th? T. Strickland visited relatives and 1100 Southern Blvd., \\\,>t Palm; Beach i

the causes and cure of cancer. The vicinity of Monet bridge north of friends in Sarasota and Gainesvill iI I

balance of nearly $100,000 will b": Palm Beach has just been awarded the past week.

retained in Florida to finance the for removal of an estimated $70.000to

control program within the State. the Palm Beach Dredging..

-- ruhic yards; of material at a cost

Freedom is something which | of 2115000.

many people are unwilling to extend -' Cleary Bros. Construction Co. of

to others while claiming it Palm Beach was awarded) the contract -

for themselves. for levee revetment work n7

: near the town of OkeechobcoAmons .

other things the contras' -

CHIROPRACTORWEST provides for furnishing and installing -

approximately 1.200 tons .
MON. WED and FRI. of riprap atone along the {'roo.dbrcm
BFIIE GLADE area in levee division No.,, -I.
The estimated 600 tons of filter

DR. L. S. JONESSuite blanket material will be furnishedby

301-02 Comeau BldR. : the government for placementby
Phone 3fc50V..t Palm Beach Fla. the contractor Col. Teal said.:

i Miss Marian Clause left West

CHILLS ft FEVER 'Palm Beach Thursday via pianoI
I to spend the weekend with friendsI

DUE TO MALARIA I Franklin N..C.- -

RELIEVED There seem to have been a

666 dearth of Spring poetry tn 1947:

BY U.--d maybe the late season had something '

to do with it. .y _' GOldens 7"-''. :'ot... .,.... ..
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I Merc than a :I.fetl.-r.e! : cf kr.o.v :I.-/" has rr.adoJAX.

!W5>\ C OO s 4 10-68 tii Drink of Friend- ;.-e-, :c';-.c'+.-;-.Ed cc tSoutheast's

V; g ; WONDER 5-RAY l",, :: great 3icncl Ir-cor Ec-wed !rcm Lrmaterials ,

C, __ ___ : by master bower:: v.-hr-e! = !I'.bner
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S1.19 I surpassed for grand refres:w ent a:-.d or
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Four The Everglades Xs.vs. Canal Point Florida

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Mr and Mrs A. H. Dalton and zjticm of t"" ih'ugh. k': -wn as t!.e

children. former residents Gresham Leaves \li"orker%'' Band. alor. r-a,? Retail Liquor :Men Local Musician Has

now living in Memphis, Tenn. ed $3.000 for the btllr.: fund. To Police Industry Two

have arrived: in Pahokee: for a visit For New Field Rt\ G. P. Ppkm of \Vildovds Songs RecordedAn

witer Mr and Mrs. j.
parents: i. expected to arrive today t.> a.=- ST: PETERSBURG The

B. Crosbv: sure charge ;,f tu :local rat*.::-riU i II State:: Retail' Liqt.-: Dealers Flon-li: electric phorocrip1!: at Did
M.'mbers asso- i'i k's shore
of PihoKee
1 the Panokee Churcu in tin'a
Kited bRe\'. Giesini! :at:,>:: t '''k =step Mondato
of G d N.nor:d their pastor Rev. .--- - "po- crowd of listeners \\'odnedi.mormrjr ."
T'n. .:l'0 "'"Y lae Its own industry and '
Fri, '." .' ," : .1 I I1tJ' !I J.M. Glt'-ham. and family at on ('in'in'ii or Cllm"T.s'JE.I'T record against ale of when a record carrvmc

all-d meeting and farewell din- :: beverages alcoholic two song; and music' bPahokee'-

HARDEST PART n" r or the church grounds Sun- on Sanda\ Hushes I'idenour teas played
"GOD" is fe: subject of tnLes -, At it* quarterly business "

ABOUT MOST JOSS IS day. l ev. Gresham preached hi* .;; -' 'e"m"\n \\-hichill be readin the association: meotirg \Veddinp of the Moonbeam ad i

tar,>w ell serrr.on.'hat JeusViot adopted ipoJ.c.n : "In Ole Kentucky" are the tw'
1H' -fVUNKIN'\ \ ABOUT Clutches of Christ Scientist' ; ? plan which would "
\ ...' at tre hay,? compositions by Mr P.idt'nour'h.t
: Sunday
evening"rtcc' : 6.
GE."flt't sT:\RTEO.LU4. throughout the world on July a committee call on retailer ,
any al>o'rot(' the mtiMC
OnIO:11'1y. accompanies The Golden Text i.;;: "To tie! who isn"t Both ar
,\' hi. thnoJel' children Eloise only wise;: God our ?a\ioir be or who by liquor regulations catchy tunes and won warm applause -

Jo and Paul he left permits misconduct from those who
la for Pen! a- and dominion and heard them
glory majesty. on his
cloa to return to his former: work both and ever" I iJud premises: fir=t. It is possible that they maybe
oner now : : If the retailer doesn't ,
with the Church of God Staten,,- 1 :2"; I. the ; mend hi s made available on I local joiA
r sion Board in the Pensacola-Tal-! Among the citation which comprise to association then wi'lmoe i organs.Mr. ,
present a case in court
ahas-ee; district. Mrs Gresham --- -
the Lesson-Sermon is the following again' thimMr .
and the children will visit! and
younger from the: BblC'U: nations MrLlod Hundley and

hIt relatives in Miami before joining whom thou hast made shall children returned home Monday.
and \lrs. Robt'rtI.. 1Mike4
him thereThrtone. I come and worship; before, thee. 0 evening after spending six week

months ago Rev.: Lord: ard "hall glorify thy nam Sanders th> Clause are now their home Bacon in 1 with relatives in Wichita an I

G'-es.haTi. at that time working For thou art great: and doest won-
Road after a three weeks' I accompanied I
{ with the mission board arrivedin drous thirgs: thou art God alone iPage

Pahokee: to conduct a six- . I will praise: thee O Lord mv \North wddingtnp Carolina.Mountains! of I'I I' sister. Mrs Fern Camplvll of

5 costsery little to ('your weeks camp meeting. The meeting God with all my heart: : and I will I Kingroan

< car in good condition . so getit I proved such an outstanding success glorify thy name for evermore"

ready for that Fourth of July: that he stayed; to organize tHe ( Psalm 86:9. 10, 12): Notice is t.t"'t'by: green that the NOTICE
following .
Pahokee Church of God with 15 includesthe a.: will bE" described land. or so much thereof -
outing. Bring it to the LAKC The Lesson-Sermon also hereto nt"'t".ary to pay the amount due for taxes for the year 1946.
: charter members Plans were from the vet opposite to the "''amt'. to gt'tht'r with the est Qf "u'h sale
SHORIIOTOR CO. , oar following passage "t'rtBm; Hill be sold at public auction on the ; anet ad"
'I made immediately to construct textbook tango o''Iwk noon at the daof Jul0 19-1 .1t
Christian Science Cur Hall In the
work City of P"hokt'l"
will please and give you Beach and State of Florida County of Palm
a new Church of God building A "Scierce: and lIt'althith Key to
confidence Remember
on your trips. -
building fund of SG.000 was raised the Scriptures" by Mary Baker
. before you STARTbe I
the: first year and two T.O by 100- Eddy: \Ve shall obey: and adore I
sure you can STOP. . evenon =: I f ., -
foot lots't'"e purchased on Bar- in proportion as \\'e apprehend the DrcRIPT1oN OF' = : : 0-,,

a dime. field Highway for the site of thp divine nature: and love Him understandingly : LAND (" I -" '-" I .s .; .o.
new church. Since then the mem- warring no more over :.c I foe c: < C <-'r J

hers: now totaling 2$. have bunt the corporeality, but rejoicing: in
LAKE SHORE Lot 1 Rice Sub. nk: 2
13U 31
a new $9.500 concrete block church the affluence of our GodV!.? Lot 11 A 12 Friend Mrs R. W. flowers 32210::

22 by 56 feet: and are concerting worship spiritually. only a* v. Sub of Tract :23nut
MOTOR CO. I Ip : :2 _hn.___ 18 42 .77
_""- tlie original Episcopal chapel. cease to worship mitenalU Lot 1 Gt"I"t'r Sub.But. h.. Freeman Campbell 22O:

,..... K' "- D" I II which was also: purchased, into A Spiritual devoutness is the soul of : 1 u. 13 42 31 B. Elliott 600
I S WIof. the S. W.124of ,
parsonage The woman's organi- Christianity" (140:8-12. 16tai.SfbR I, I.ot. 2-1 & 2i' Ia 42t1 F. & R. Corporation 963
\\ 62' of !'; F"'v
116' 'of -the' sVi: &

'I{ 15 of Lit 23 ', 13 4.J: F. & R. Corporation 963
S Eh': SO'of the N.tylc .
131'of S WI\

15' of Lot 2S . .. 13 42 ?1 F. & R. Corporation! 9 63:
Lot 5 Garden Sub.

Tract 9 .-.. .__ 13 42r.: Leon Guthrie 136)
tot 13 Tract 5 18 -12r.:
u- Gen
Purchasing Co
: 1413
Let 1-1 _
5 no Ia 42: 31 'it'n. Purchasing Co
lot 15 Tract 5 --____ 13 42 : (1t'n Purchasing Co 14 14 II'10
Lot 16 Tract 5 Uh._ 18 4.o-; Go'n. "
Ptlr'ha"ll1 (0. 1417
Lot ::2t Tract
1312 3. "
U"U Gen
I Lot 22 Tram 5 _ 1312 r 7 Gt'll. Pur'ha.II1; ( 0. 420
rot 23 Tract .
5 13 42 31
-- Gen
Lot 2-1 Tract 5 ,_ 13 42 37 Purchasing Co 4.0
--- (1'n.
Punha'lntt Co.
4 :0
t.ot 25 Tract 5 1& 42 3.
I -- Of-n. Pur'h..lnlt Co.
lot ::23 Trl't 5 h 18 42 ;: Gen Purchasing CO 42.42)
Lot 5 &: 6 Wahngton

Pk.. B.k.. I __ U.hh_ 13 42 31 A J. Gamot :33011
Lot 12 Wahlngton

I Pk Hlk. 2 .- . .- -. 13 42 31 A. .1. Gamot 1390
YineNctalir.il1eSc1eeaBoor Lot 4 Wahlngton Pk.i :.
$ I Dk 2 'q. hhh- 18 42 31 A. J. Gamot 14:0
1 : Lot 3.4-5 \\'ahlngton
I Pk. a.k. 4 ,. 18 42 3:
/4 nrnao ci' 5Lost Un. -- A. J. GanliOt 13(0
p :. Lot 12 it's.hlngton Pit

Dik 4 --. .. -, 13 42 3. A J. Gamot 114'
Lot 5 &: 6 tta.hlnton

Pk Dk.3.! -'._ 18 42r. A. J. Gamot
12'8"x6'9"I I !1/8" Thick Lot 13 Washington' Pk 6361)

Bk.: -1 ._u. 13I2 3i A .1. Gamot 11..a
Lot Washington Pk.

Jt Decorative, protective and an en- Blk 1 18 42 31 .'\. .1. Gamot 1113
i Lot Washington; Pk.Blk :.
hancer to your home value. Finest I 2 U U _h. 1312 31 A. J. GamQt 1347
J l.ot 33 &: 3-1 .. 18 42 31 A J. Gamut
S4 6i)
quality frame wired with fine mesh Lot 33 and 3-1 A h_ 13 4Z 3. A J. Gamot 2400(
S I. of Tracts Joj &: 37S
/ bronze screen wire. Extra wide. .'Acre "n .._ 13 42 31 S A .1. Gamot 1960
+ Lot 11 and 13 and pa'tof
I, strong frame treated to resist rot. lot 15 &: 16 Lake

Park Sub Tr 13 n 18 42 31 w (1 Hull 5157
I M.SOAVAILACU \1i13'0'x\ 69"- l'.VthiclcAT lOWESt PRICES Lot -1 . __h.. 13 42 3'5' C T. Jackson 294)
i l.ot1 A '. 13 42 315 C T. Jackson 294
Tract 4 _..u_ 13 42 36 3 C. T Jackson IfOIi

1=l Chief!) Osceola Thoaaia1rnt i S S Lot 80'80'of 9 of and Lot Lot 10 11 li A A:and--_ 24 24 : ;36 6 A A t: Slldyette Midyette I Igg

Part of Lot .
7.-\ 24 42 3'5' George C. McLarty 6(4'
Lot 9 and 10 part of

Lot 7 ......__._ 24 42 35 George C. McLarty 5460
S RttB
SCREEN 'I:i ,, \n 5196'unplattPd bV 8551 triangle' of

Tract 5 ____ ___
u u n 42 31 George C. MclArt, 3464)
I Lot 3 Tract 3 . 18 42 37 Q'Irltt'! C. MCLart 16 150)
DOORS DOOPS: ; Lot 10-11-12 Tr 5 -' IS 4.2 31 George C. MCLart 9960
: S W. Comer Lot
: ; 22 & 23 ,. _ IS 42 J1 George C. McLarty 7260!
Tracts 11.02-73-.4 and
3 acres of Tract .0
1 and that part or
: u,0868 VI Tract 66 Icing South
: or Ba'flt'ld Hlghaay IS (2r.: Duncan Padgt'tt 7353
I South W'JOt Comer arIn
I df'f'd-book 701

\ page 116 18.S .tcre17 42:11: Duncan Padgett 607
'l'81'&b9--1Ys. ; Lot 29 Tract 5 _ 13 42 31 Duncan Padgett 733
r \\1 Lot 31) Tract S qq' IS 42 31 noncan Padltt'tt 1 NO
lot 31 Tract 5 n 42 11 Duncan Padg-tt 'Z 5.l
Lot 1 N Canal Point
Strong. wellExtra
strong. heavy J'
Rd and Lot IP i
made frame frame treated to prevent I' 1 Bk 6 -- 8 42.. Duncan P"'dgt'tt 1143
treated Lot 2 S Point
,i' resist -
rot. Well made Rd and Lot 2F
rot. Fine Bk: Ii 1 42 ; I-Jnun Padg-tt
11 4J
mesh bronze of fine materials. Lot 3 S Canal Point
Rd and Lot 3F R:1t: 6 1 (2r.: Duncan I'adl-tt
11 e4)
Also available In ducing our prices to E 30' or Lot 4 N Canal .
Wired with fine mesh Also available in Point Rd an" E
aua 2'' 8" x 6 9 : scarcity we are re sizes : 3'0"30z x 6 9" 30' of Lot tF B:1t: 6 I (2r.: Duncan:: Pa1.r-tt
< $* 3 0" bronze 314
; K wire. Regardless of screen wire.At and 30"x 71", . Lot 130' bv 165 S E
L1 . all going all 9 L i d l botb. at Corner of Tr 3-1 n 42 3r 0 9 Papt.or'h 1J M1
greatly lower new low level. At all n s ley going Lot i A _ U 42 ZS Caries 15 ...tor. 1,4
9 r a a tIT
el1'.5, 9 Lindsley Yards. Yards. Pne.a. Tract 1 U 42 38 41. Carm.ton Salvatore 11M
Lot 1 t".h.tQr Sub
n:1t: 1 n n:7 C'a.r'awII
6atvator. 7.53 i

Quality Building- Matarials Lot Blk 8 1 Salvatore Sub_ tJ 42:7 CanlM'D 5&1..... 7.60
Lot t3 k 14 Salt tore
Sub Bik 1 1. 41 3'T' ear.- bat"tnr- 2320
LOWEST PRICES lot 1 0 n:1r.: ':' U To Yo 3 Sharon a.
LARGEST STOCKS Lot 2 0 ak I U 'J1 Ir J 8Mroa 41
-. ----- -- Lot 3 0 nk 7:- S U1 E 3 8buoD Nd
-- .. % 10 cf Lot 4 0
: "; a 41 n E J SbanID a
: SINCE 1881Lindsley
L.N 1& 2 Frend S ib
Tract 2 Bk 3 U U 71
Cathf'rtD. 8nc--!'. : !s
Lot :8 .ping: b.tseenRaenm
'.: Rd
Lumber and W Maln:tet II 0 To' t..o Wr'OIIna' e7s
: 45-1-9 tS hnct.nn
Park Rk: 4 II 41 ST 3 D ktDoo4d 't 10
I[ ., wa+hngton: nB'k
S 11 C1 n 3 B 5.ft31o0aid 47
.! V t 11 and I a of
' MIAMI iAH.a*...* Jll't W "It A. MUMI, !.*.. Vnt J4I N .._. Iw. WEST PM.M ItACNim W .IMk St. ['k B a it rsamlton 11 4J 11 A W lA-rftw9 IOA

'MIAMI. iu<*i w., ZIM s M 2'''' A. MOtUVWOO 3 tUs (Urtfc FE.C St.'er UU 61AM t t Jrt St4 [ AMtfv :
MIAMI Ti4l4)1. ) E .lORO% Tat Aoa.e9ar. atw 4'Pahake.
S W Zoto A. I
fOtT UlWCItAlE 2IS N >
W > I.t WtSTiM Bxiwwi S> Pa13 Beath CO'. lit, rtne.
ra J.:.- 5 1: :t I- :..:y /. iC

July 4, 1917 The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Page Five

I Junior Legion Nine Official Of Stars I in the Woman's Club building The I TtI'X-\ta: CLUB

A clubhouse was decorated for the | Youth of the Pa oke -Can'il
Completes ScheduleThe i
affair Point area are responding with enthusiasm -
with bouquets of pink and
Pays Pahokee j to the opportunities for
Pahokee Junior blue carnations the favorite flower -
: recreation offered bv' the TeenAge -
In an Baseball Team registered for participation of the honoree. I Ellio-tt's
at B. salesroom ,
Cit) in in the league. During Mrs Opal Bartow of St. On the program which was un- ; in Pahokee through the summer ::'.\
building July they will plaj: two games burg. worthy grand matron der the direction of Mrs Dorothy I months. From 30 to 50 teen-acers B'
K. i-: with each other team in the league Graham and MrRuth Carpenter, (; the
Florida Grand Chapter. are enjoying: indoor primeand
th.Ia: and a district winner will b" Hand Mrs Carl A. Mobegsang
: lancing a tthe recreational porido -
nate >>;VM picked by the standings 'Eastern Star paid her a duet and Rev Mobog
on Tuesday and Friday nights
in :" The following boys were reg- visit to the Pahokee OES played two humorous musical -
selections : from 7 to 10:30 p. m.
the in..tit : istered: Eddie Hodges Juni"- onVdnesdav night last Stunts and group singing -

(Putty pa Holmes Max \\'iI lJack'e A courtesy program were also enjovedMr I Mr and Mrs Miming I. Keen
in Thomas Julian Snyder, Bernett.* th- woit:: '. grand matron. Jesse Barnes and :Mr. Em- and son. Richard are spending a
fur the ( Justice Joe Kent Carr Frank resented '.' the Star ma Shirley were in charge of dinner i two wt'eks''al'atiln in New Yorl:
into the Gillie Harlan Sears. Geor.j; .' < hiding Mrs Emma Shirley arrangements- and Mrs Sadie Citv.
act flru\ Simms Charles Phillips Robert Hul:la \\ lon. Mrs Ruth Barwick the decorations. i - ---- -
erect Biker George Gant. Payne Jack- ter MiMabel Young ----- IN Till CIRCUIT COIRT INNII
hU"lli tal. son. Fred Taj lor.and Leland Shir- i Rachel Harrington who Local Granted I FI.lRIIJ\
take ta, ley. Carmen Salvatore. Sr.. is beautiful floral piece of Boys CII\NOK\ NO 23331THOMAS
you "'IM Baseball Chairman and X L. tIC'I I colors with flowers and dinm.r'I High FFA Degrees I I,I G. McCULLOLGH Pla ntllf. )>
-\''- )
pital ;; rison is the coach. I An honorary' membership ;, MARY C. MCCULLOUGHDefendant. 1
\\un't During June practice game, local chapter was : DeU'itt Andrews and Elwooi )
is too ; these boys won two and lost one Mrs Bartow by Mrs Dart members of the Pahokee BREWtsTFR WEST 86th STREET: NEW l
hospital game. They beat Belle Glade 13 I rett and a gift from the Chapter Future Farmers of America !, \ORK CITY, NEW \ORK
You are herebrequired to appear
.Mr.: : to 6: lost to Pompano 2 to 1: and : by Mrs, Virginia Adams. were among the PJ:: Florida the above Court on the 4th day ft
mented | beat Pompano 8 to 5, Introduced by Mrs J FFA boys to receive honorary \uu't.! A. D 1947 came being the Ru'e!
Daor. said month at theCourt House
\\"''' ) Barnes conductress the: State planter degree at the 19th In West Palm Beach Palm Beach
that a HOME: FROM \C\TION grind- matron chose "The: annual State convention of Future of Countv Complaint Florida.for to dlorfiled answer to the again Bill.t
I'ahokee Mr and Mrs Inman \\'. Weeks as the subject for her Farmers of Americ aheld recently von In the arx>\.' t'ntltif'd cause and
tention and returned Mrs Nancy Rickards of Daytona Beach EVERGLADES NEWS a newspaper reizularH -
; son Murray Monday in I published In Palm Beach Countv
tions. .. ; t.'eningfrom a two weeks' vacation Gables past grand Eligibility- to receive the State Florida. ts hereby designated? as tho'nt'v.opapt'r
In which this order shall be'thin : i 1 spent in North Carolina. also introduced as a special planter degree !is based on high publl-hed once each week for four consecutive -
While away they visited their A degree of the order standards: in supervised farming w..kli."up"
j' daughter Miss Flora Mary Weeks ferred on A. Q. Howell of leadt'rship. cooperative activities Beach Palm Beach County. Florida
I who is a graduate nurse at th" I Point. At the conclusion recreation and scholarship in FFv this 24th day of June \ D 1947J ,
: Duke University Hospital in Dur- program refreshments were work. rlE'rkf Ctrrult Court Pain
------ Beach Countv Florida
ham. They also visited relatives cil to representatives of
I : Circuit Court Seal
As I in North Florid aand were the III IS chapter and East Coast Mrs Bertha L. Starling had asa Bv Thaddle P Plant.
II guests of Mr and Mrs B. S. \Vari i ters I I guest:: the past:! week her sister. Thadd hidden Deputy; n. Clerk
ing Madison. Fla., last weekend Preceding official : Mr- Herman Taylor of Winter Attorney for Plaintiff
Edward while enroute home Bartow honored at Haven. Pahokee Florida
was a dinm.r'I I Pub July 3. 10 17 and 24. 1947

postmaster : i I
dent 1 of the ,
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the ann nl j j

and ladies ;
Other ; Announcing
Dr. Claude
district; (l >>

south fi'er."f'rt'who I, FIVE-DAY BANK WEEK

vice preshl : !
ond vice :
thir'd'ic(> ; |i

Belk" Lion- F.r.inrf'I COMMENCING JULY 12 1947

row, tail I
ors -I
Rupert \ Acting under a statute enacted at the recent session of the Legislaturethe

man Fort undersigned financial institutions will he-


vealed Progress that Closed All Day SaturdayOf

his! term of
Each Week
Padgett! n '

spoke president' ('

announced Clewiston sponsored' NEW BANKING HOURS


guests \

Giddens.ton Club 9:30 A. M. to 2 P. M.

Karl "

local Lions.On the

Howes led Our action in joining with the spirit of this\ new legislation has not been

H, C hastily! conceited or taken. It i is the result of considerable thought and

gimes Piling- stud divided into three distinct parts:

1. service to >'o j our customer
For "
*!. To conform to the fh'edaweek recently!

Hope : established by hanks in leading financial center -
day whose facilities are e......ential for proptr
kee Lions banking operation'J. -.
der way I : Consideration of our emplo\e-.

Two .' I
dition of I'p
Intn \' :! repectfullvillicit the cooperation of individualbuine' and pro-
city park i fe,.ional firms whom we are prmleged to serve in revising their re-

On the quinment- payroll. depit.. and other banking transaction-.

cal Pn..knt '

new .' ' Bank Of Pahokee, Pahokee Florida National Bank Belle Glade;
firs time !

MiUolri Atlantic National Bank. Wot Palm 1J. First National Bank. Lake Worth
ire: I\

appointed FirM National Bank, Delray Beach First National Bank' Palm Beach

Miss !' :
ly hiple\ Florida Bank and Trust Company, Vest Palm Beach

Lain Miss :
tT d.iys
atIV" MKMBEK: : l IKDKKM: 1Il'(1siT: INsl: lt \M: "K: COHPon.TIOFriday :\

sence )
office her
Vr Mu- '

Six The Everglades News, Canal Point. Florida
Friday, July 4, 1947

I chaos until they are straightenel r -
Methodists Have ... I
Cinematic ChatterBy out in the finish of the show. ....

Malcolm Millar I Although the supporting cast is A Successful SchoolNext

i specially selected and they do lend s SPECIALIZING IN K
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-i-i--n-ii-J-JOr r r-lrunJ JXl J J J Jnn xr r ru
Sunday at the First Methodist
Red Skelton that "bad 'ittlboy" 1 excellent relief to the show. Red
Church of Pahokee the BODY & FENDER REPAIRS
j kelton is the center of interest, pastor K
of screen and radio is due to Rev. C. T. Howes, will lead the
;! due more to his role than anything
make another bow on the screen congregation in the observance of
ielse. But he is Skelton and he is TIKES AND AUTO Q
of the Prince Theatre this Sunday- Good. the sacrament of the Lord's sup- ACCESSORIESAUTO
per using as the communion medI- 8
Monday in 'The Show-off", whic.n: jl See you at the movies--Mai. 5J
tation the theme "Walking With
is --- PAINTING iBennet
one of the most hilarious Com- Christ". The evening service will

edies yet to star this popular comedian Swains, Hendersons find the pastor using the subject

"The Pearl of Great Price". There
Celebrate At PartyMr. Bros. Service StationBox
Assisting him in the fun mak- will be special music at each ser-

ing are Marilyn Maxwell (she is and Mrs. H. L. Swain and vice.The 245 Pahokee Phone 579 Belle Glade Road
Vacation church school cf
his leading lady), Majorie Main Mr. and Mrs. Vinson Henderson
the First Methodist Church of Pa-
(who is the cleverest character celebrated their wedding anniversaries -, r1
hokee closes Thursday evening
comedian since the days of Marie at a dinner party in thewoman's I
with a service in the church audi-
Dressler, the beloved of a11l.) clubhouse Monday even- -- -
torium and a display of handworK
George Cleveland Wilson Wood ing. A profusion of colorful sum- ------- -- -- -- -- --------
and other
accomplishments by -- -------- --
Virginia O'Brien and Marshall mer flowers was featured in the I
various group We have seen
Thompsan. clubhouse decorations and formed
Skelton proves in this show be the floral centerpiece at the din- larger schools have had more "sugar 'n' .1
workers but this school has with- spice . .
doesn't have to go into one of ner table.
out doubt been one of the best according -
those inimitable solo routines to Guests were Mr. and Mr3. J
to the pastor. The attendanc and of I
furnish his audience with ninety Henderson Mr. and Mrs. .A'j ehas averaged almost 100 each Plenty ALFAR II
mnutes of entertainment. He Henderson and sons Dale
day. We have not had the nurserygroup I
this the lead in Odell Henderson and
by taking Jeff Miss
this year and concentratedon When youngsters reach "that certain age"" theyare i
this successful stage play adaptedto Eugene Henderson of Lak Harbor:
Worth of I the kindergarten primary junior the cuddliest things, and you almost hope I
the screen. :Mr. and :Mrs. Doyle
and intermediate groups. It is they never grow out of it. Regularity of habits
The story has to do with a poor Clewiston: :Mr. and Mrs. J. W. I
impossible to give credit to all the plenty of good sound sleep and
clerk who tries to make himselfa Rogers, Mr. and llrn.V.. H. Rogers : a supervised diet :
I I I workers for to do so we would of which calls for Alfar
pasteurized milk-deep ;
"big shot, but only suceeds in and daughter Sandra Mr. and generous -
making a lot of blunders that I I Mrs. H. A. Seibermorgan J. A. I necessity give the name of every draughts of it . all this has helped in :

keeps his family in hot water mostof 1 I Seibermorgan Rose Marie Hen- one of the workers of about 30. the building of firm, sound bodies, firm bones, :

the time.However derson. Linda. Gay. Jimmy and :!The enrollment has totaled above lustrous sheen to the hair, and a twinkle to tho i
140 in all.Much .
through some freak of Harry Swain of Pahokee and Mrs. to eye. I jMilk
praise must rngiven
luck he does make a financial Mae Swain of Tampa. !
.. the comradeship team which has
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killing in Wall Street and then he
does become unbearable makes Baxton W. Wood, form'rlyth i been instrumental of leading : i i.s the universal food for growth and I

greater blunders and places every- the Pahokee police force rejoinedthe ing and working helP-I health, and there is no purer milk thanAlfar. :
I make the schoo la success.
thing and everyone in a state of force on Tuesday of this week. I'I team composed of one 1t.a family favorite. Keep your !

I counselor Mrs. F. J. Smith public -1 1I refrigerator stocked with Alfar Pasteurized -

r school teacher in Grovelaml. :Milk.
j I : superintendent for a number of j ,

years in children's division of the
Methodist Church there Mist ]

! Laura Skinner of Lakeland. !"('rvI !;

in? her second year as woiker in j LFA '

WALLACE ,. primary department. Miss Rut' : \
Wrhrman. student at Asburv O>1- I ii I

;, !lope, worker in junior department I II CREAMERY

George Steele I student at
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Florida, second '
: sity of enh.t'r-I
i worker with '

team is consocrated to j

I I work, capable, untiring, and have

H BARNESANNOUNCES i fitted into the local Church group I

{I easily and (>efficiently. We are

I very thankful for them. They :go
1 from us to the Florida Methodist;

{I children's Home at Enterprise

I here they will assist in another Prince Theatre

THE OPENING j I School for two weeks.


, IN PAHOKEE OF THE Karl Birthday Watson PartyKarl HasA Sunday & Monday

I Watson celebrated his sixfi July 67Page

birthday anniversary at a party

TEXACOSTATION I given by his motht'r.Irs.. Paul

Watson, at their home on Baco-n
: Point Road Saturday aftt'rnoon'l
Games were enjoyed The :; "
was assisted in the s.'n.ingof refreshments -1

by her daughter. Miss i

Shirley Watson I
: Guests! include Shirley Kmcaid.

I Jill Mclllwam. Judy Cunningham i

Val"m Goiger. Linda Baker. CathI I
(Formerly Henderson Texaco
enm John*) JohnnKilpartick.. '

| Judy Murphy July Knight. Boh- i

Station hi.-, Walker. Rex. Kaufman. Roger

J.iudon Tommy lawman and. :
V' r.1 June Jaudon.Comradeship. i

On Monday, July 7 Honored_ Party Team I II I I "''. .

A.f1.. : :;
Mr >"." > B ,.r.t'rtaiu-I 'l, ,: '.
v .1.. ,'.xenin;; '. "- .'- "
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,lm\.Un.i.) Miss Rut 't .. h.
\\-. 'r'i. m. HiscinwiHe. Kv. Mr- / _
LirSkinner, Lakeland n'!

PRODUCTS GOODRICH; .;, ..-e Steel'S. G"lnf'n'lllt'. men ,

I :_ '- :' the Comradeship Tea Y

TIRES, TIT.KS and BATTERIES ',"c < '',\\< been assisting in trk < 1'f

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I II I f not color blind, actually. But mentally he "sees .

I I matter how red the light or how thick and fast the
! He's the pedestrian who disregards all safety warn- ; i
1 j across streets and highways in the shortest pos- :
I 1 regardless of danger. r L .. J i 1 Ii
i Mr. Moto rf of the most vexing problems of traffic and safety ; Ii
i and a heavy contributor to the 195 pedestrians who :
! on Florida's highways in our first peace year.This
I MAKE clan is increasing by leaps and bounds, literally! _...,..4i! .
. SAFE DRIYIN6 you ever been guilty of "green eyes"? How many.: I;
j A HABIT you ignored the red light and started across only ... '- :
I i down at the half-way mark with speeding traffic E
I service.'s aft? .
a '
! : as your personal warning. The next time your .
! not hold. Make a little life-saving resolution right
i safely and live longer.



Prepared by tK.Associa :
I of Florida tK. Rood
ciation,and, tKe National
fion; Bureau, as a public ;

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Loans & Discounts... $1,194,611.47 Capital Stock. $ 50,000.00 0
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Banking House m_____ .01 Surplus ...... .__ 120000.00 t

United States Bonds. $1,162,000.00 Undivided Profits

and Reserve... 96,484.30
State County& t1

Municipal Bonds ...... ]19,675.00Stocks

....___...____...._"____._ 5,000.00Cash

on Hand and
due from Banks uu $1,664,490.42 52,851,165.42 Deposits n_ .m.. $3,779,292.60
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