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 11, 1947
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Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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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>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).

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Phone Manager Bowen Is An ExpertAt I Hospital BoardResponsible Water Luke Jones Control Talks To

Handing Out Excuses For InadequateBell Pahokee HospitalThere For Pahokee Rote ClubSouth

Service In The Glades Florida's best informedman

Telephone seem about to be some who misunderstanding operates - per Everglades on water control Luther in Jones the up-of

the En'rgladlefUoriaJ Belle Glade, spoke to Pahokee

Hospital: in Pahokee. It is Rotarians yesterday on water con-
(By Paul Rardin) 11 told him in no uncertain terms !! by a hospital board appointed operated trol. Mr. Jones is editor and publisher -
If the telephone subscribers in I County Board Busy of The Herald in his home
that in the future I would not by the gU\ernor Todaythe I
the Lake Okeechobee Region are I members are: city and is thoroughly conversant
bother him. I had he 1
thought was
interested in any better service I With Varied JobsThe Rupert Mock<< Pahckee with needs--whatever they may l>?
j sincere when he told me to report V. C. Denton Pahokee throughout the entire Everglades -
than they are receiving at the i trouble. Now, I am of the opinion i I section.
hands of the Southern Bell Telephone I that he was merely making conversation Gertrude llian1", Pahokee
Company I suggest that all in an effort to sooth County Commission went on Pow Geiger Canal Point j "\\ thout a thorough and com-
they write to the Florida Railroad record Wednesday morning as fav- E. 1:. :Mackey. Lake Harbor i plete plan for water control." Mr.
j my irritated nerves caused by inadequate '
and Public Utilities" Commission in service. oring a proposal from Washington ) Ruth \Vedgworth. Belle Glade Jones said "in a very few years
i phone
to release the Migratory Hospital George Royal Belle GladeHerliert *.ne majority of the muck in this
Tallahassee and register com- | Therefore, in the future. I shallreport t
at Belle Glade directly to the Reek Belle Glade fabulous farming area will have
telephone trouble to the
have been promised personally Florida my Railroad and Public Utilities Western Palm Beach County Hospital j "'. I*. Risk Belle Gldae disappeared." He pointed out that

by a member of the state con i Commission and the head of- District Board. j j This hospital hoard is directly oxidation of muck has caused it
will be r responsible for operation of to recede many feet during th '
mission that SOMETHING fice of the telephone company i, Chairman John Prince appointed '
done about telephone service i i I Jacksonville Commissioner Paul Rardin as the hospital. The hospital lioard past decade. This however, could

the Lake Region. I would appreciate -i chairman of a committee composed is empowered to levy taxes, re- have been averted with proper
other subscribers help in - I.I of Lake Lytal and A. A. Postonto ..t'l\I' tax money from the tax water conservation and control he

telling the state commission about work out the details of the collector and expend the tax added.
i Vann Will Erect
the inadequate service which we i transfer with Sen. Claude Pepper money as it deems fit. The Mr. Jones' talk was mainly centered -

now receive. and other officials Washington.. I; hoard of county commissioners around a recent meeting in
EXCUSES! At the West Palm ,New Packing HouseWork Originally plans were being worked :; has nothing to do with opera Belle Glade at which time U. S.Engineers .
Beach office of Southern Bell the out to have the hospital turned tion of the Everglades Memorial proposed a plan for

district manager, Ed Bowen is an over to the County Commission! but hospital.The s venter cor.t.l; on half a millionacres
expert at giving excuses when telephone was started this wOk on recent word from Washington reveals county commission in a of fertile muck. The cot
trouble is reported to him. the new packing house for W. H. that it may be possible for contract made several' years ago of reclamation and future controlof

In the past few months Mr. Bowen Vann.Inc., at the Florida East Federal authorities to make the pays the t"f'rgladesI..morial water will be borne mostly by

has been more or less acceptive to Coast Railway crossing on Canal hospital available direct to the hospital $600 monthly to take the federal government, it is
trouble complaints but, lately: Point Road. G. W. Byrd Sr., is in hospital board. ; rare of charity patients in the hoped. Such a plan, if executed

complaints must have been comingtoo I' charge of erecting the new 64 by I Mr. Rardin pointed out that the: Glades section of the county. Mr. Jones said would make the upper
thick and fast for him b,- 150-foot building which will be of Everglades Memorial Hospital at This contract is still in effect. Glades an ideal place in whichto

cause he isn't as SWEET about it.:.! f ram e constriction containing j jI Pahokee operated by the district live invest money and be well

as he was formerly. I considerable lumber salvaged from I II board would continue to operate : compensated for one's efforts.
In the past I have been of the j surplus government camp builJ- j I even if the Migratory Hospital is Sponsored Rides !I Pointing out that the area at

opinion that long distance hoH- ings purchased by Mr. Vann. I obtained. The board would then I present produces enoughege-
Tips were in the office at Belle I W. H. Vann. Inc., one of the operate both hospitals. j By Lions On July 20 tables to furnish present markets.

_ Glade. However, Wednesday oldest vegetable brokerage firmsin James Owens county assessor )i I I the speaker said that ramie and
afternoon of this week at 2:10 p. I the Glades area, handled the reported to the County Commission Announcement has been mad cattle raising will be great industries

m. I found out differently. TneBelle I first solid carload of beans that that several thousands of dollars by members of the Lions club in.., in the near future. "7
Glade operator rang the i j was shipped from the Lake Okee- additional revenue will be Pahokee that the group will sponsor predict that five years from today
West Palm Beach operator 22 i j jchobee region. The new packinghouse available on the 1947 tax roll from airplane rides and motor boat 1 I| there will be between 30,000 and

times before the East Coast city i i, is located on the same site lands sold! under contract by: the ride on Sunday. July 20. Th? ::1 5O.OOO acres ramie growing in th-
answered. It does seem to me thAt I as the original packing house State School Board. I. event will be held on the dike just'' upper Glades
Mr. Bowen and his bosses could which was destroyed by fire a few Originally these lands purchasedfrom across from the city hall. The : Mr. Jones pointed out to the

do something about telephone se>-- : years ago. Since the fire W. H. the board on a 10-year contract i rides will get under way at 2:30 in Rotes that on Wednesday of then

vice 1 in Palm Beach county. : Vann, Inc.. has been operating a: at 10 percent down payment the afternoon it was announced. week a 22 car train of Everglade)

Just so long as youthe telephone -, the Pahokee State Farmer and 10 percent yearly, were never feeder cattle went out of Bell
subscnber agree to pay Market. Nearly 175 concrete pil- I included on tax rolls. -- Glade for Iythf'. California. "Thisis

the exorbitant rates now charge lars for the foundation of the new Owens sponsored a bill at the I only the beginning," the visiting
by Southern Bell without griping packing house were poured more last Legislature authorize assessment Lake Region Young publisher said in closing his

a little about the inefficiei : and than a year ago but the actuil of these lands. The bill talk. .
Inadequate service, just that long construction of the building wasdelayed was passed and the lands are on Folks Meet In C. P. -- --- ---
Bt'llin continue to render of
Southern by the scarcity buildingmaterials. the tax roll adding approximately Legion Plans Party
<< the same unsatisfactory service It is expected the new $40.000 assessment value, Owens''
that has been its practice fo- packing house will be completedin said. Members of the Glades Su>>- For Saturday NightRoy

several years. time for operation during the Owens will also receive '\ listing District of the Methodist Youth
A few months ago Mr. Bower. coming "ason.Bacon of lands sold by the Trusteesof Fellowship me ton Thursday at the Pope commander of the
district manager sat in my office -- --- -- Internal Improvement under the Canal Point Methodist Church A Canal Point legion Post announces -

and made a long list of promise.* Names Rote same contract condItion. and these monthly meeting these convocations that the Mercury ('arill
service that wa h. even away atllrthIht., ,
about improved will also boost the county's bring together young people
planned by his company. I triedto Hospital Committee revenues.Dr. from the Methodist l; Churches of Jul12.. at a strut dance mar
the irritated nerves of Coburn's Hardware store in Canal
smooth Wilson T. Sowder. directorof Moore Haven. Cleuiston. Lak'
subscribers in this area Bacon Poirt The dance will start \:
telephone Rotary President Orin the State Board of Health at Harbor. IMIe Glade. Pahokee. and
by telling of Mr. Bowen's promise! :: named the Rotary hospital committee Jacksonville, and David I.. 'e. sanitary Canal Point. President of the Sub 8:30 and good music if promtwJ.according .
Hut. I ask you Mr. Subscriber is at yesterdays meeting. It engineer of the hoard were in District is Mi1** Helen IIowes oJ :: to Commander Pnre
your service any better that i will be t elm of the group to conference with count commis Pahokee.A Th<- < ar will >>*. given:: away at 11
was a few n1CnthsJi: )" Ever i-o-ordinate efforts with other civu-'-.ip: S.-rvir.- runs led bv p !'I'r Pope said.
'; sjCTf'rs'! regarding; pr- .
- - --- --
time it rains. don't you hate croups to ascertain whether or not 'i j tablishrrer.t! of a county health the loral president. Elwood Dart
trouble! with your telephone .*'r- there ia possibility of raising: 'j uir.t in Palm Beach County. Among tho e taking part :rrservice th O. I- Flynn Is New
? enough money to build a hopit1'j were Man Eleanor J. rnj-!
viceAt j The county's 1'th polio case' thi*
the time Mr. Rowen wa in in Pahokee. Members of the committee " Th" gar who delivered the Call to 11'e,r- Pahokee Rotarian
year wa .
my office making; all of the pretty : are: ship. Max WiL x n who brought tn
case: I? that of a thrf>f''earolrJ'Iuth
promises i about the service, he :i: Pail R.\rdrn. chairman.: B. Ei- : :::/ Bay tJOwho has! been hospitalized Scripture message from Matth'.e O L Flvr.n.. : ctV mtary irp -
asked me to call him whenever I lott. Roy Vandt-snft. T C Flich- in the polo center at St.Marys 7. and Hilly Jrrrugan who read had trouble with my phone Thi i"1 :ardson. Dr. W C. Young and Joe "Ultima Ver.tas" Pianist f'.r th- Pahnke- Rotary cl'ib at yeste--
I have been doing ever since h-s Kahn. Vf'n1as Mis. Patsy Maxs'>n day's regular mtnj: He wa
the Is oases! seven haven been
----- A boIJlr.f't.9 meeting followed th welt '>med rin behalf "t the club by
visitOn : : West Palm Beach.
Wednesday of this week I t"\nlI: :(.().:>> OPKKATIONj : worship fwrvice with Miss Hiwe' Paul Rardtn. Mr Flynn has **.T
called Mm te explain abc-ut the :2 presiding This was followed by a a resident ..f Pnhokee for ion/
times the lttle girl in Belle: Glad j Charles Stokes of Canal POint ii Harold Rnser.Nre. W H. Yarn game ar.d r-oreatibn period and a \.p'UI"n" : <1 w.I 11! make it valuable I 1-

rang before the city operator in i in Everglades Memorial hospital and E. 1Po left West PalM Treasure Hunt which led to the ; d: Lion to Itf Ilotary: club

West. ralm Beach answered. He>' recovering from an appendectomyi Beach Tuesday; for Oregon to represent refreshments ft the evening plenty i -- "-

was >.bny-<,n-tht'-'pt\t with an i ( pv r' rrr.eJ on Monday of this week the Pahoke BPOE Lodge163s c-f ice-cold waterraelon.Tre A politician's idea of a fa id
excuse' "It could happen once in i after an attack cf appendicitis at The! Elk Natoia: Con- : rent rr.-tr.r rf the cabr rew sparer: :s (5'e that III nrsA t;

.Ot'\t) times.' Mr. Bowen said: So. He is gettirp along nicely ve .!:<1r: :n PrrtJa-d. : July 14-17 ,' a :: :-j .- Prue:: r..1.: him

Page Two The Everglades News. Canal Point. Florida Friday. July 11 1947

!! I Episcopal Hour To Station WIOD. Miami The Rt.
THE EVERGLADES NEWS Sudden Service Is I Rev Charles C. Carpenter Bishopof
Be Aired Over WIODAs j
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Alabama will give this address

Established 1924 Published Every Frid wSubscriptioa Offered Between N. Latter program will be given by
Price Advance. a part of a nation-wide effort -, Rev. Louis C. Meicher. South
S2.00 Year In
York And Miami of the Protestant Episcopal. Carolina. Re\ Thorne ,
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn Church! to acquaint America with : : and Rt. Re.T hnI
its purposes a series of radio ad- Moore Walker. Bishop of Atlanta.
Canal Point. Florida as Second Class Matter (
MIAMI -- In the weeks and I dresses called the Episcopal Hourwill Additional information concerningthis
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher months just ahead air pas.'nger.31 i be given through a national program may be obtam-J
between Miami and New York or broadcast. Local listenE'rs11 from Rev. Arthur J. Lively. rectn-
The Price Of LeadA Xew York and Miami, may count hear the first of these addressesat of the Episcopal Church for t i3arl'a.
8;30 a. m., July 13 through .
on getting some "super" fast nonstop -
storage battery which: cost $12.50 a year ago, $1630 I
flights between the two cities.
three month ago, is now tagged 23. ---- -
Why? Because the price of lead in the world markets has For the approximately 1,100-
mile route now has become the
zoomed inordinately.
Why We wouldn't know. But it occurto us that lead is ground fiercely for competitive hte two newest proving largest; YOU MAY NOT GETA

the only common substance which blocks the passage of radioactive and fastest types of commercial

rays.-Stuart News transports. to be placed in regula"serice I VACATION !

Veteran InfluenceThe These are the Constellation I
But there i is the earth
(L049> operated by Eastern Air no reason on why you can-
Veterans administration climates that war veterans Lines and the DC-6 Buccaneersof not enjoy yourself at home, especially if you equip
and their families will make 43 per cent of the country's
up National Airlines. Both lines your home with a modern .
population by 1952. Population experts believe that the veterans -
are now using the ships on four-
and their families now numbering 46,000,000 will hour scheduled service between Attic Ventilating System
grow to (j2,; OOOOO by 1952.: Miamiand New York.

While the VA estimates are Used as the basis for its program In a little more than a month i Such an installation will give you comfort, not

during the next ten years, the public is interested in the New York to Miami speed I only for one season but for many years to come.
the inevitable conclusion that the veteran and his family mark hajJ been cracked four times. I show
Drop in and let us you plans and equipment
will exert key influence on the national scene in five ."ears'time.Key The newest mark being the 3-hour.
I which are the best offered in the markets.
West Citizen. 12-minutes. Sg-sE.>contl record set
las tweek by a National Airlines
Preserve Your FoodsYou
Warden DC-6. II
Heckling The --_.--
Patrolling Wyoming's Shell Creek Canyon, game warden Mr and Mrs Robert B. Mackev have heard much about the deep freeze boxes
Jim Underwood came upon an old-timer sitting on the running left this week for a visit with hi3 and cheats, for the stocking and preservation of
board of his car, pulling on his boots-his fishing part'1ts.1:-. and Mrs M Mackey food, to last: weeks, months or the season. We
tackle spread out before him. When Jim asked to see hi* I and his brother. J. T. racke)', and can now provideou with 30 cubic foot deepfreeze
fishing l license, the old fellow replied indignantly, "I ain't family in Leesburg. Ala. They will boxes, effective in service and beautiful in
fish in':" j be accompanied home by their son. look .
"I know but you're going to," said Jim. Bobby who has been the guest of
"Mebbe I am and mebbe I an't" stubbornly countered the his grandparents there for the past Kelvinator Deep FreezeRefrigerators
old man. Picking up his rod he started down the precipitoustrail several weeksPrince.
into the deep canyon. Jim followed him, still demand-

ing the license, But all he could get out of him was "I 'tfishin' -- -- !
." I
fellow and tied The Kelvinator i is tops in the refrigrator lines and
After about a mile hike, the old stopped on
a fly. Stepped into the stream, he flipped his rod a coupleof lead them all with its fine deep freeze unit apart-

times, dropped the fly on the water, then reached into I Theatre ment. Let Us show you the advantages of this

his hip pocket and produced a license. "Xow I'm fNhinY* latest post war unit.

he said. Field & Stream.
We Began June First closing at noon on "-edne.,-
Pahokee Florida
I day for the summer months, and on other weekdays
training some counties are doubling
Record Number Of
our hour will be 8 a. m. to G p. m.
the number of their facultvmembers
Teachers In Summer who have four-jear college Sun.-Mon.: July" 1311Tue

Study Courses degrees. I

Every college Summer School in I >j""'
11EP'U rI
TALLAHASSEE -- Florida the state has reported a heavy increase I i .. ".. ... BETZiVEITSTHE
teachers are going to have a lot ; in enrollment in its teacher TAYLOR. .<
more college credits when school training courses The net result of I' 4""f'J- '. '", .;.I. HARDWARE STORE
reopens next September. They are the new school bill cannot be calculated liP:);"} '
going back to college for more but Director James L. I .... MAIN STREET BELLE GLADE FLA.
training this summer in record Graham of the State Departmentof 'G'1 r i
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numbers in an effort to qualify for Education. Division of Finance. I
the greatest possible salary increases estimated it will result in raising
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under the new school law the average pay of Florda teach
which bases pay raises on educational ers from about $1.600 to $2.100 a >.-Wed. July 15-16;

background.With year.
millions extra in stat DOUBLE FEATURE
money available and a cash incentive Not all those who accept favorsare

to hire teachers with more anxious to return them f'ti RESULTSThat's ;

PIANOS JEWELRY MUSICJ. \\'hatou want from any investment -
r 7 -
s1 L L.,. Z'55arwa is scn Profitable production of

Belle Glade. Fla. I -ALSOThurs.Fri. Poultry, Daily and Hog products and .I

Chicks raised to maturity.

Labor costs are the same whetheryou

a use a good feed or a poor one,

but there is a big difference in re-

July 17-18

!I "The Brennan Girl" sults.Eschleman's Feedsare

Servant of the Glades ; i I I James Dunn and Mona

I Freeman

To Miami i! quality feeds, and we have one exactly -

4 Buses Saturday, July' 19
To W't'M Palm Beach I suited to your needs.

Daily To Ft M>'er* &: Lakeland DOUBLE FEATURE

; "Caravan Trail"

Glades Motor Lines Inc.

Eddie Dean and Al La Rue

I "Club Havana"Tom BRED-RITE SEEDS


Neal and Margaret Pahokee, Fla. Phone 3201
LindseyI I
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Friday July: 11, 1947 The Everglades News, Canal Point. Florida Page Three

ton. Jack Chastain D.V.. Cun- A A A .A. A A A A .t. A A A" A A A A d A A A A A A A
Lions Pahokee Webster Plans
Want Rodeo iii *t i i .4".4'11.4..4..4..4".4..4".4-1..4..4..4.aSi
costitution and laws,
ningham; by .
Hospital Kept OpenA I. J. Frasure, Jr., Milton Douglas, Today & Tomorrow ..a.", : ENTHUSIASTS or-.C
C. McIntosh: ; convention.: I. i
resolution requesting that the Keen, Joe Hatton. Jerry Gold; finance WEBSTER -- Preparations areI' .Y THE CAMERA CENTER ->

Rupert Mock C. A. Batchelor under forthe three-day rodeo i .
Everglades Memorial Hospital way { v is now equipped with a repair department. All work ***
Louis Gold. Curtis Chase, July 10-12 sponsored by the Webster |
continue to operate in Pahokee at s+i will be promptly done by: experts familiar with all.*>
Harry WaJdschlager; Lions education Farmers Marke tand directed !, A makes of domestic and foreign cameras. .
its present status was adopted by Frank Rozelle, J. H. Wilson, by Odis Cowart of Center Hill. j ., V
the Pahokee Lions Club at the i C. S. Davis; membership, Duncan Cowart reports that be has received V OFFICE EQUIPMENT ?

Tuesday luncheon meeting. The Padgett, G. M. Belk. L. Connell: a shipment of bucking 4. r> HALSEY & GRIFFITH, INC. .:rs
club secretary was instructed tosend program, C. T. Howes Kenneth broncos from Wyoming and that .
copies of the resolution to Mock J. H. Wilkinson Jr., A. Q. he is getting some half-breed Bra- I :. 31S-15-17 Datura St. Phone S88S set ?.
the Board of County Commissioners Howell; publicity, R. J. Schroder hmans from the Florida ranges to Y- c.rt s

and the Western Palm Beacn A. C. Santo. Leon Spooner; greeting I give the cowboys a tough compe-' ;> :ssAa.:as:ss:asA..AasA.s:..:.s:.sAasA.s:as:..AasA.s:as:as:ss'....
County Public Hospital Board. L. J. Fraser, Paul Tillery. T. tition. I, r r r Y r r r t

Dr .George Elarbee, a memberof B. Stuart; boys and girls X. L. Some of Florida's top cowboys; i! '
the hospital staff, pointed out Garrison L. A. Dany, Dorsey win be at Webster for the rodeo. I ----- -\

to the Lions in a brief talk the Pugh R. B. Simonson; citizenshipand including Fate Clecus of Kissimmee -|11] {t
need of continuing to operate a patriotism, Malcolm Millar Charles Barnes and Claude i! ;
fully equipped hospital in the Pa- Leslie Futch Harold Wilkinson; Tmdall of Pompano and King' 'I

hokee-Canal Point area. President civic improvement, Lewis Friend. Kong Smith Wauchula.. '] Shrubs and TreesALL : ;
Edward A. Jensen named C. A. Rupert Mock, I. :M. Lair, Joe Hat- Special acts will include Ne.l
Batchelor, C. T. Howes. I. J. Fras- ton; community betterment; Jess Rogers an expert trick rider: II :

ure, Jr., and Jess M. Elliott on a M. Elliott, Ralph Stanley, Joe Paul Stokes one of VARIETIES AT RETAIL : I
committee to work with the Rotary Driggers; education; W. T. Blair, It'adingclowns and Bob F1orida'I I

Club and other civic organi- X. L. Garrison. A. J. Lively: well known whip artist from .
zations in a survey and study of health and welfare, Dr. L.V.. Silver Springs. Authorized Sales and Service I

ways and means of raising funds Armstrong Dr. R. R. Long, Dr. I' .
for the construction of a new hospital D. S. Spooner. W. A. Rice safe :

building in Pahokee.It ty, J. E. Sullenger. Jr., Melvn ,
was announced that Fran Spooner David Bleech sight con- I
Rozelle. past president of the local servation and blind work F.V.. wish to thank the many I : ; !
club, has been elected Lions district Cross J. H. Barwick. A. J. Gamo; folks who were w> kind to us during 1
deputy governor of 35 Souti. new club Leonard Dobrow, M. I. the illness and death of our I I ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO. t

Certificates and pins were presented Keen. mother Mrs. Minnie Barnes. For :
Open Wednesday and Saturday afternoons !
to Duncan Padgett past president - the flowers' and cards we are I i

and the past secretary by really grateful and shall always : 1100 Southern Blvd., West Palm Beach !
Mr. Rozelle. Watson Fights To remember these kindness.Homer I

On the program Rev. Carson T. Stall Park Plan Barnes and Family j''! U UA
I -- - -- --
Howes gave a talk on the achieve-
ments of the Pahokee Club as
TAMPA J. Tom Watson State
compared with those of other club
General and candidatefor
in the district. Joseph Ullotoski I
said early this week
and Sgt. Bernard, recruiting officers governor
he won l d continue his fight
from Boca Raton, were introduced. -I
I against establishment of the Everglades -
Thomas Howes played
National Park and would
and sang two musical selections i
announced the; use the radio throughout the state \ \ A multitude of \
President : "to get my side of this matter before ; \ \ \ \' bargains in Building \
appointment of standing committees the public" "f' \\\C\\\ \ \ Materials and the thrifty ;
for the comig year as follows vvvv homeowners oi lower Florida v,
: Attendance. A. R. Harrinb'CHIROPRACTOR i "If I didn't think there were 1 r A crowding in to get their share i* a ,y
I real questions and public rights \ \ \\ picture at all 9 Lindsley's Yards these d24"x48" .
involved" he added "I would not \

I needlessly jeopardize my political

future by opposition which is alone
I and single. It isa lot easier to
track with the than to
MON. WED. and FRI. I
BELLE GLADE be the minority, especially pub-

DR. L. S. JONESSuite lic Watson life. said he was opposed to OUSE ...

301-02 Comeau Bldg. giving the park area to the federal
Phone 3650 Wit Palm Beach Fla. government because of oil right. Have a LINDSUYCHARGf

involved and would withdraw ob-

jections if the federal government"sees ACCOUNT
fit to voluntarily return this CONCRETE
CHILLS ft FEVER oil by re-transfer to the state:'

Mr. and Mrs. Inman W. Weeks Laundry Tubs

RELIEVED had as guests over the weekend
their nephew and niece, Mr and
ev--- Mrs. Charles Goff and son and

Cauim UM Radford Goff of Kissimmee.


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Four The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida
Fndav July 11, 1917

Canal Point Bible Gencarelli ElarbeeDr. Good Attendance ,J A. J. Culberson Has Culberson and family Mrs B'il

At Methodist S. S. Culberson and family Mr. and
and Mrs Harry M. Elarbee | Birthda.rnni'ersarr
School Is Closed Mrs Bob Culberson and familvMr .
announce the of their !
marriage The Sunday School of the First A. J. Culberson celebrated his and \Irs. Emory Culberson an 1son
daughter. Miss Louise Elarbee, to Methodist Church of Pahokee is'!'
6th birthday anniversary on July Mr and Mrs W. M EaUh-
The Annual Vacation Bible Ernest Gencarelli of enjoying
Anthony summertime prosperity 1 at his home on Canal Pomt-Pa- elor. Mr and Mrs Andrew Batch
School of the Methodist and Baptist Westerly. R. I.. and Chicago. Ill. both in attendance and mtere t. I hokee road. Those attending the elor and family. Mr Culber>n's
Churches of Canal Point was: The
at the Jackson Boulevard Christ attendance is well above that i party were: Mrs A. J. Culberson two sons, Andy and Bill, were r.t
brought to a close last Sunday of last Summer, some of the tim
ian Church in Chicago on June 29 Mrs. Ollie Batchelor. Mrs. W O present for the party. They ar;
night with a Commencement Service -I bt"ingas much as 50 percent moro
Stamps and children, Mrs. Ro a working in the vegetable deal ::i
jn which the two congrega- at high noon. Vows for the double:? than las tsummer for the same''
Curle and children, Mr Pearl! Mountain City. :-:. C.
tions met together. ring ceremony were read by Rev. Sunday. One of the causes bein '
The school had a total enroll- David M Bryan pastor. the Organization of the Men'; .
.4 hrurwrmr
ment this year of 159. The average The church organist softly played Bible Class of the Church. Th:.s 'I
attendance throughout the two "Bt>cause" through the cere- Class offers a chance to every on* I
weeks of the school was 121. The mony and the traditional wedding interested in Bible Study to enter i From where I sit... by Joe Marsh
student were evenly divided b.- marches. into and enjoy the study of th' !!

tween the two churches.The The bride was attractive in a Bible. Next Sunday the study'i
Superintendent of the white wool crepe suit with match- centers about the Messaee for today I
from the Book of Daniel. A :
School J. H. Bordeaux was assisted ing accessories and carried pink
by five general officers and carnations Cordial welcome is extended to the Fish Bites Woman !

the two pastors. Rev. William T. The bride's only attendant was men of the community. especially
Blair and Rev. Don Pinson. Super- Miss Arlene Nagel who chose a those from Methodist Churches in '
intendent of the Intermediate De- suit of powder blue and carried other Communities. If you haven'ta

partment with an enrollment cf pink and white carnations. \Vilburt church home you will find of- Willie Well was coming! home an>thine hut trouble. Nobudr who
n, was Mrs. Charles Maxson. Miner, Jr., was best man. here at the First Methodist prom Se''ard"" Creek the other! ev.knew the fact wwi'd ever criticize

The Junior Superintendent, en- Mrs. Gencarelli was born in Church. uric with a Mrin-juf trout, when a Willie" right to g o fi-hinc on his
rollment 47. was Miss Mary Helen Tampa and received her educationat ------ -- I -tern locking lady'i..itllr at the one day off-an> more than tht*>'d
the Fort Lauderdale and Paho- ANNOUNCES" SUBJECT
Hooks. Primary Supenntendency I ttnxwoid Inn) stop him and tc'Nhim deny hi-, right: to come home to a
for the 36 enrolled was shared by kee High Schools. She 13 a grad- Next Sunday at the First' Methodist -
a man his size could! he better mellow ginof: h;t'r.
Mrs Myrtice Calhoun and Mr;. uate of Pahokee High School, Church in Pahokee the Past ..
i ccupetl! than catching tl h.
: From where I the slower
Ella Upthegrove. The 37 Beginnerihad Class' of 1944 For a year after or. Rev C. T. Howes, will use as sit. we
as their Superintendent :Mrs. graduation she was associatedwith his sermon' subject "Our Work", I Willie tell!} her oT: real l coo.are to criticize-aid the quicker
Oscar Cha tain. the Southern Bell Telephone with especial emphasis upon th" i -.aturnlly! l>>y *u>:i':?: "'.','rllr: s we are to recognize another
In addition to th eregular class-, : Company in West Palm BfachMr I varied types of work being accomplished yo'i re r:srht. but if three 11h had tote the better: well get along
work and handwork visual educa- Gencarelli received his hign by the organized efforts kept their nia hs sat. they te j" *, r \. n"4-- t' %se tastes
tional techniques were used exten school 1 education in Westerly He of the whole church. TheI I wod 1.In't! be *-"...." L\t that S-".J t pply:: 10 beor cr t:!'-5tg.;:
sively. Featured were daily moving served in the Navy three years I Evening Service subject will b.. "A *.Vil! :e. lau-t.inout l'd. !"ran.
picturE' themes.At with two of ,:i Murderer's Prayer". There will be .. '
of Scriptural years overseas duty in i .-hI :i.:' :1',1'< >:.t "--- >
the Commencement Service the Pacific area. At present he is : special music: at each service ., . *, .... ()_! (1/( l"1
__ lii..h )'T' r u : :let Pr i: ...
:Mr. Bordeaux presented certificates attending college in Chicago wherehe !' I __ ( \..
and diplomas to students and his bride will make their So far we have run across that I .
and U-achers The presentationwas I I home following a brief honeymoon. j declines something;: for nothing. I ( -. ..if....'i.: I '.
preceded by a brief worship I I I II II Ii
service. The various departments I
of thp school had part in the pn-
gram led by the Departmental:
Superintendents. The service was I I

hrough tto a climax by the pres- i i
entation of a play by the Intermediates -
Handwork of the stu- i
dnt3S vice. on display after the ser Everglades Federal Savings And


Informal Study Of I Loan AssociationBELLE

"Fine Art Of Using'An
informal study of the first ,
part of the mission study book.
"The Fine Art of Using," was presented -
by Rev. Carson T. Howesat
a meeting of the Pahokee First
Methodist Woman's Society of FINANCIAL STATEMENTJune :
Christian Service in the churcn

Monday afternoon. Additional, 30 1947
studies' of the book will be contin- ,
ued by Rev. Howes at VV'SCS meetings -
through the summer months. Resources
Mrs. I. M Lair was in charge ot

the devotional First Mortgage Loans .....__.________..__________ l,050GSG.Ofi
Mrs. Arch Blakey reported that

the WSCS project of laying new Loans on Certificates .. .. .. ... ._______uh_____ 14,260.00
floors for the Sunday school building -
;: at the rear of the church has Stock General Home Loan Bank ..____.... 12,500.00

been assist completed in the The purchase group of votedto new Cash on Hand and in Bank .__....______.__.... 23, 321.:3S:

screens for the building. Office Furniture and Fixtures .__.__...... 103.50

L&L4 It E 411 HANK'SEZ ', Liabilities

: 1W HARDEST PART I Members Share Accounts .... _....___..__uu $ 868,729.27

.ABOUT MOST JOBS IS I Advance Federal Home Loan Bank _u_ 142,500.00

S1XR1TED. Advance Local Bank n......_____.._.______..______ 23,625.00

j Other Liabilities 986.0-1.

: Specific Reserves ........___.....____umu___._ 20,240.27

Unallocated Reserve ______um___ ________.. 30,924.37:

Loans in Process ........... ...._..___m___.._.___.__ 9,817.49

Dividends Declared but Unpaid ______..__n 4,048.50

Total ... .... ...__....._.. Sl,100,870.94 $1,100,870.94

There's n ojob too big or too OFFICERS: C. E. Riedel. President, Hugh J. Bratley, Sec.-Treas.
mall for the LAKIIIOl :


in tod4> and let us check your DIRECTORS: C. E. Riedel A. E. Kirchman. R. Hooker Hugh J. Bratley /
car on our quality equipment
Oet rid of unbalanced wheels and Herbert D. Beck.

that cause shimmy, hard steering -

wandering and excessive or

today uneven tire wear Drive by. Chartered and Supervised by the U. S. Government

:Member Federal Home Loan Bank System

Savings Insured up to $5.000.00Page


July 11, 1947 The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Page, Five

To Attend SchoolOf 12 Amendments To provide them four round trips between Flying Disks Seen I 1 School children all over America -

: their homes and th ecapitalI I are quite convinced that vacation -
Missions Lakeland Be Decided By Voters
I during each session. By Woman Near Ocala days will d,) their mental
( development no harm.
Mrs C. T. Howes volunteered to TALLAHASSEE An even I Another proposed amendment T.IP.The first report from I _

represent the local \VSCS at the dozen proposed changes in the I[would allow retired circuit judgesand Florida of fIring disks similar to j Advertising is one f the wonders -

:j-cho l of missions which will b? Flor-ida Constitution were submit- i Supreme Court justices to be those seen in western skies in "recent -, of the business orld. as any-

conducted at Southern College ted by the Legislature to the vot- called back to temporary active days turned up last Saturday. one will agree who has read the
Lakeland. the first week in August ers for ratification or rejection in Mrs J. E. Harp of Lutz sa'dthat i claims advanced bv" adverti-ers
It was announced that the the November. 1948. general elec- duty on the bench with their consent on March 30. as she was driving -j _.:--- -

Simonson-Lair Circle will sponsora tion. at no extra pay. : between Ocala and Orlando, The trouble with the world if

covered-dish dinner and musical Resolutions calling for nearly 70 Only one of three amendments she saw several silvery disks keep I envbody wants to know our opinion -

program on July 2S with membersof constitutional amendments we-e -: _>* <-=. by the Citizens Eductnn -- appearing and disappearing. It is that it has too many self-
the Gertrude Shirley I Circle to II introduced in the Legislature but f-vmiittee won legislative appma was about noon on a clear day. Ii appointed ignoramuses trying to

attend as gut"sLcIrs, R. J. only 12 won the necessary thr*><>- Itould permit counties I|I When que..Uoned11'5.. Harp; tell other people what they don't
Schroder presided at the busmen I'I fifths vote of each House to obtaina to issue b! Ps for construction of ,: could not estimate the height. I know.
session in the absence of the pre place on the general election ballot school;; Tid pledge for their repayment speed or exact number of the objects -
idt'nt.lrs.. D. D. Caudill.Classified but said there "was bunch
s the money they will receive a
If one of them is ratified, it I from the new State school of them, way up in the sky:' IN THE CIRCUIT COIKT. I"SU
would bf possible for the next I'foundation fund. -- FLORID%
Legislature to rewrite the f'ntireI The two school amendment James T. Holden of Pahoke CII\NCIK\: NO :33331
Ads Constitution by submission of only !i which failed would have abolished won the new Chevrolet given away I P.alnUff. )
a few more amendments to Statewide I county school districts and madeit by the Pahokee Legion Post on -\s- )
vote than now are proposed I possible: for the Legislature.: b.- July 4.Mr. I Defendant )
It would
permit a constitutional statute to provide for appoint- --- -
Stenographer VanJ.
amendment to revise entirely any nA.nt-rather than election of and Mrs J. D. Agner Mrs | YORK Cm NEW YORK.
York at Everglades Discount I II j You are hereby required to appear In
one of the 20 articles of the Con !
county school superintendents Pearl Mrs Kil-
I Agner Dorothy the above Court on the 4th dav of
Company in new \Vroten Building I I stitution and was designed to ob- The legislators also approved a patricK and son. MrHome'' "ugu"t. A. D 1947 same being the Rule
on Bacom Point Road in Paho- I Day of aid month at the Court House
kee. i tain ageneral revision of the 62voarold ban on using gasoline tax receiptsfor Barnes and daughter left Wednesday In west Palm Beach Palm Beach
!f|! basic law At present an any purpose other than roil for Indianapolis. Ind., where Count Florida to an-"E'r" to the BUI
----- of Complaint for dnon." fried again.tvon
EVERGLADES HOUSE OF 1| amendment can apply to only one building or aviation. At present ''' they plan to spend three weeks in the abo\e entitled cause andEVERGLADES
;1 of more than 200 sections and it one seventh of the State tax goes with friends and relative NEWS a newspaper. rpg-
BEAUTY ularlv published In Palm Beach County. -
All Phases of Beauty Culture I would take that many separate to the general fund and schools -.--- Florida !.. hereby designated a* tht"nt"11I"'papt'r
ahblot marks to bring about con- There will be two Stat In which thl order shall be
Phone 4292 more denunciation of children is published once each .eek for four con-
Lake Shore Drive Canal Point stitutional revisions by the amend Senators if the voters ratify an in reality.a condemnation of adults secutUe ",'peklt."ueo;
I ment method amendment creating a new Sen- who make the world in which Beach Palm Beach Countr Florida
SKITIC tanks and grease traps The legislators also submittedto atorial district in extreme South children live. I this; 24th day of June \ D 1Q47
cleaned and repaired. Phone voters a proposal to raise the Florida and< one to match it in ..- i J ALEX of Circuit ARNETTE.Clerk Court. Palm.
3872. Bob Douthit. Pahokee. M17cCHEMICALWELD pay of Senate and House members Northwest Florida, Monroe County The worship of truth in the ideal Beach County Florida
----- - i i from $6 to $10 a day during the would be Senator to itself Circuit( Court Seal>
given a sense does not mean that an individual Bv Thaddie P Plant.
: repairs cracked -; legislative session, permit the Gulf countirawould Deputy Cleric
and Bay and is ready for the truth:
valve Thadd hidden
seats cracked Diesel :
Legislature to set up subsistance be separated from Washington it is what most people are afraid Attorney for Plaintiff
heads cracks in cylinder walk, for Pahokee Florida
pajmerts its member and
and Calhoun. of.
car blocks and heads. Bring j' Pub: July 3. I\\). 17 and 24 194.

work to Komer's Blacksmith

Shop. Pahokee. Fla. July 4 I ',

FOR S.\LE: Neat new little 2. .
bedroom home in Belle Glade on '
large lot. $5500 half cash im-1 i

mediate possession. C. A. Bailey I
Phone 70, Belle Glade. J201tc I Announcing

FOIL S.\LE: Three bedroom homein I
Geiger subdivision $6500, immediate -
possession, terms $1000
cash balance $52 monthly. C. A. I FIVE-DAY BANK WEEK

Bailey Phone 70 Belle Glade. J20:

FOB SALE: 32 lots in Streamline
subdivision for colored C. A.

Bailey Phone 70. Belle Glade. J20c COMMENCING JULY 12, 1947Acting

\VE BUY and sell used farm
equipment. Miller & Parker it

Farm Machinery and Supply Co. under a statute enacted at the recent session of the Legislaturethe

Phone 531, Canal Point, Fla. _.tfc; undersigned financial institutions will be-
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FARM: LOANS $5000 up on well
located improved land and cattle

ranches ten to twenty yearsto Closed All Day SaturdayOf
pay C. A. Bailey Belle Glade
Fla. tfc

DO YOU IIA\"'MONEY: to Invest Each Week

? Would you like to have

your money bring you 8 percentand
10 percent on safe investmenton
Belle Glade property. See C. A.
Bailey Phone 70 Belle Glade NEW BANKING HOURS

Fla. tfc

WANTED: Water tank cisten MONDAY
type. 500 gal capacity or more
Joe Tom Boynton. Canal Point.

FOR RENT: Three room house 9:30 A. M. to 2 P. M.

bath and screened porch. Phone
33SI. ltc

FOR RENT: Two room apartment Our action in joining with the spirit of this new legislation has not been

upstairs Phone 3384. ItcWANT hastily conceived or taken. It L> the result of considerable thought and

TO RENT: Two bedroom study divided into three distinct parts:

house. Will buy if in good loca-

tion and price is reasonable. L. B.
Parker Box 916. Pahokee. Fla. tf 1. Service to you our customer

FOR SALE: Hawthorne Girl Bicycle :2. To conform to the fi\e-da" week recently

used very little Inquire r. established by banks. in leading financial centers -

W. Waller. Box 405. Canal Point, whose facilities are essential for proper

Fla. 1'.p banking operations.

FOR S\LE Cheap: used! baby 3. Consideration of our employes.We .
nugJ: '. cool condition. Call Pa
hokee 3571. 2t
------- solicit the
respectfully cooperation of individuals, business and professional -
FOR >.\LE: NewVillv' s Jeep
Waiter Ashley Garage in BolleUUde. 1 firms whom we are privileged to servo in revising their requirements -

Phone 126 Jllch for payrolls deposits and other banking transactions
mnIU: received on the :

Pat.l old kt"t'Baptist until church July 1 building. 1947 All in i'I Bank Of Pahokee Pahokee Florida National Bank, Belle Glade

bids should N ma:led to C A. \I Ii
Hatchelor in Pahokee It i Atlantic National Bank West Palm B. First National Bank, Lake Worth

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1'OR s \I.K: fryers about weeks I First National Bank Delray Beach First National Bank Palm Beach
old. 4 star mostly pullet; 15 or f

mort't'w' Hampshire lIt'ns. lt. I Florida Bank and Trust Company West Palm Beach
years old These hens are blue I
nl bon winner J. T Platt. Cantl l i

Point Fla.
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nut s \I.}:: South S Secton 14 I
(CM acres. at Sand Cut. Phone II I It

:5..q Jilt t .-- _

Page Six
The Everglades News Canal Point Florida
-FridJn'u-. --.J 11111.. 11_e. _1QI"...

of course, is a comedy. Robert f -
Two CongressmenMay CHURCH OF CHRIST
Cinematic ChatterBy Stanton and Osa Massen are the SCIENTIST"SACRAMENT" j j Blair AnnouncesSermon

principal stars, with Hillary Seek Governor'sSeat
Malcolm Millar is the subjectof :
Brooke Frank I : Subject
.. Sully Dusty Anderson the Lesson-Sermon
In Tallahassee which will
and Shemp Howard in the
I I be read in Churches !
Katherine Hepburn who made main spots where they do excel- of Christ. j 'I=Morning Worship Service

such a tremendous success a num- lent work in making this one of WASHINGTON-Two members Scientist throughout the world on j i of the Canal Point Methodist;

ber of years ago in the immortal I. the laugh shows of the evening.On of Congress may compete for the Sunday, July 13. I Churchill be on the theme Tb

stage play, brought to the screen, the same bill comes Judy Florida governorship in next The Golden Text is: "Let us I Price We Must Pay". The subjectwill
keep the feast, not with old leaven,
"Little Women" is the leading Canova. with Allen Jenkins Quinn May's primary.The be the sufferings of Job
neither with the leaven of malice
lady whom the film producers "Big Boy" Williams and the sing- possibilities are: Representatives I throughout that great Old Testament -
and wickedness but
: with the
unleavened -
chose to play opposite Robert ing Indian Braves as the princi- George Smathers of Miami, I book. The sen'ice begins at
Taylor in the never-to-be-forgotten pal fun and music makers assist- I and Dwight L. Rogers of Fort of sincerity andtruth" III A. M. being preceded by Sunday -
(I Corinthians .
drama "Undercurrent", which is ing Miss Canova in the evening of Lauderdale. Neither, however, School at 10 A. M. under the
due to be screened at the Prince : entertainment. It is a riot of a I I will commit himself now. Among the citations which comprise I supervision of N. V. Maxson. Our
the Lesson-Sermon is the following -
Theatre I show and for bit of Sunday School again was over the
Sunday-Monday of this you'll go every Several Florida have
newspapers from the Bible
"Let I
: us
week, and which should it. 11'I summer goal of 85 . a goal that
prove one: mentioned Smathers as a possible) search and try our way, and turn "could never be reached". Las
of the outstanding pictures of this Thursday-Friday brings "The candidate, and it was learned he again to the Lord. Let us lift up
Sunday we had 89 out.
past season. Brennan Girl", take from the j!" plans a tour of the state shortly our heart with our hands unto God The
Evening Service at 8 P. M.
Top flight featured players in radio show with James Dunn and I J after adjournment of Congressand in the heavens" (Lamentations will feature the singing of gospel

this cast are Robert Mitchum, (toe Mona Freeman in the leading roles probably will make speechesin 3:40. 41). favorites and a sermon taken from

boy who hopped right into the top and a large cast of featured players. Jacksonville and Tampa sometime The Lesson-Sermon also includes the parable of the great supper in

bracket of stars over night), Marjorie This is a delightful show with this Fall. the following passage from the Luke 14. The title of the sermon:

Main, (the cleverest character romance, music and comedy mov- Several politically connect"' ,! Christian Science textbook "And They Began to Maki

comedianne since the days of ing the story along swiftly and Floridians have called upon both "Science and Health with Key to Excuse."

the last Marie Dressier), Dan To- pleasantly. Smathers and Rogers in recent the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Our hats are off to the teachersand

bin and Charles Trowbridge. These Saturday brings another double I weeks and some have predicted i Eddy: "One's aim, a point beyond officers of the Vacation BiN:

are by no means the entire cast, feature with Gilbert Roland and Smathers might pass up the gubernatorial I faith should be to find the foot- School of the Baptist and Methodist -

but they are the top-ranking play- Ramsey Ames furnishing the I race to oppose Senator steps of Truth the way to health Churches. They have done a

ers in a large cast. Western entertainment in "The : Claude Pepper for reelection in and holiness. We should strive to fine job in the school that was

This is the story of a girl who Beauty and the Bandit", which is 1950. reach the Horeb height where Godis brought to a close last Sunday

marries a millionaire and then an actionated Western that should --- revealed: and the cornerstoneof night with a Union Service at the

finds there's a shadow over hr prove the highlight of the days all spiritual building a purity.The Baptist Church.

marriage in the person of a mysterious entertainment to those lovers of University Makes baptism of Spirit washing the Flowers are being placed in the

brother. The producershave the out-doors. Plans For Expansion body of all the impurities of flesh, Sanctuary during the month of

kept the amazing climax of Second up is "Avalanche" with signifies that the pure in heartsee July by Mrs. W. P. Pope and Mrs.

this picture a secret, and I'm not Bruce Cabot and Rosoce Karns in GAINESVILLE Universityof God and are: aproaching spiritual James Miller of the Woman's So-

going to give it away here. But I the principals parts and a hug Florida's approved construction: Life and its demonstration"(2H:23) I ciety. An order for a beautifulnew

will say this picture will have you cast assisting in rendering this totaling more than $7.000,000 includes ). Pulpit Bible for the church

right out on the edge of your seat romantic and thrilling story. temporary facilities for the --- (I has been placed with tie! American

from the very beginning.TuesdayWednesday See you at the mo\"ies---\Ial. enrollment of 9.000 students next Dean Of Women Bible Society by the Woman's
--- ---- -
brings i a September, university officials Society.
double feature. The first one up The great man makes no attempt -I re-I' Named For F. S. U. ---- .-- _--

is "Gentlemen Misbehave", which to run away from life. port.Of the more than S7,000OOO I POULTRY' IXSTITl'TK

I II buildings, under construction or I I TALLAHASSEE - President GAINESVILLE -- The A grit til-

Doak S. Camnbell of Florida. Stat : tural Extension Service at Gain"iII. (',.-
;i already completed, better than
; : $5.000.000; is earmarked for permanent i University week announcedthe | \ is announcing plans for the
; buildings and facilities, i appointment of Miss Katherin I Sixth Poultry Institute to be held

I George Baughman, assistant business -I Warren as acting dean of women. I this year at Camp McQuarre,
Miss Warren will take over thJ 1 September:: 1-6. X. R. Mehrhof,
manager, reported. |* ,
With officials expecting an enrollment I duties as dean of students previously poultry husbandman with the extension -

of 9.000 students for the j performed by Mrs. Oliver service advises all who are

WALLACE Fall term beginning in Septem- ,i Dorman who resigned several interested should make reservations -

her Baughman pointed out that weeks ago. now to be assured of quarters. -
Miss Warren a native of Jacksonville : .
{ temporary facilities now being
graduated from Floruta - --
j completed daily will be adequate
State College in 1933 and receive Mrs. Paul Watson and children
j to handle activities\, relating to
class offices her master's degree from Columbia Shirley and Karl are leaving this
room laboratory, faculty -
: and utiIitiE'8.LarJ'e't I University in 1939. She has weekend for a three weeks' visit

I building now under con- served a sassistant to Dean Dorm- with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.

an for the past eight years. W. Anderson in Statesboro Ga.
BARNESANNOUNCES struction is the new gymnasium, a I
i S1.6S1.000 project that will be one (

I of the finest places of its kind in

the South.

Renort of Cr>nTi
THE OPENINGIN rf Pahokee.B\NK Jn the OF State PUIOKFF of Fl"r.d.. at BODY & FENDER
the close of bu"'nf"on June 30. 1947

PAHOKEE OF THE Cash balance ASSETS with other TIEPAIRS I

banks. Including reverie TIRES AXI '
balance, and cash ttemsin
process of collection $1 664 490 42 ACCESSORIES
United States GovernmentoniiEatlons. C! ...,

guaranteed. .direct, and 1.162.00000 AUTO PAINTING
TEXACOSTATION Obligations of State and I
political subdivisions 1967500

I Other debenture bondnotes, and .1 000 00 ,< Bennet Bros. StationBox t

I Loans and discounts 1.194 61147Bari i'B r.vice
; ; premises owned 01 ,
: 245 Pahokfe Phone Belle Glade Road

Demand deposits cr Individuals -

I corporations partnerships .and 5:5859:535' _I r aoa oo aar cI

Time deposits o f Indlvl- |
I duals partnerships, and >
corporations 573 693 74 j I
(Formerly Henderson Texaco Deposits cf United States
I tiovernment (includingpostal
savings(; I .u 1181223Deposit
Station I C'f State and poll- ACCENT ON IIEALTII
tiral subdivision 59064737
I :3ther drpoMis Certified A J
; officers' checks etc. 1- 163 :,5 ,
i.i TOTAL | Alfar ButtermilkAn
asp -:?> $377929260!

On Monday July 7Fl"I.L '' ToTM!',- ';dine IIAHIMTIFS--'ih "::..:a'i"n- -hown hew: + 53 779 :;:9J:! fig

: ray!'al C.PTL.CCOj- -TS StI 0/1')(If' i tonic: DelieiouI1'al': lluttel'i ilk.
I i Surp'.t.-;" .12" ((*, ;rsi>
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I No-he's not color blind, actually. But mentally he "sees

I green" no matter how red the light or how thick and fast the

I traffic. He's the pedestrian who disregards all safety warn .
I ings to dash across streets and highways in the shortest possible -

I 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 "' .
year his clan is increasing by leaps and bounds, literally! ' :

I SAFE DRI1fING Have you ever been guilty of "green eyes"? How many

A HAett times have you ignored the red light and started across only

'I : to be pinned down at the half-way mark with speeding traffic

fore and aft?
I : Take this as your personal warning. The next time your :

:, luck may not hold. Make a little life-saving resolution right
now te walk safely and live longer.Friday .


Prepared by tfce Associated Deifies
of Florida the Florida Press Assoc
clarion,and the National Conserve
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Eight The Everglades Xews. Canal Point Florida Friday Jut 11, 1947

I :Mr and Mrs M H. Rovmsk. Ed Cushman, Mr.
and Mrs. P. P.
I the past week. They were accom- Stansell and daughters. Betty,
Miss Lois Ropers and Ancel Martin deMoya Mr and Mrs. T. '\". panied to Miami by Barbara Carolyn and Kathy, of Palm Har
have returned to Dover, Fla., Knight. Mr. and :Mrs. C. L. Shir- Weathers who spent several weeks
I! after a visit here with Mr. ana bor.Mr.
l'yIr.. and Mrs O. R.
Bleech. visiting her grandparents. Mr. anJMrs and Mrs. C. L. Wilder entertained -
Mrs L. "Iillis and Mr. and Mr0. :Mr.: and :Mrs.: Abe
Dobrow and Mr W. Walker, and other relatives with a hayride party for
Lawrence Jaudon. and Mrs R. L. Sam Chastain. .
( ) in Pahokee. their son. Carney, on Wednesday
:Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sasser and :Mr: and Mrs. E. F. Mclllwam Wiley Gillespi, waterworks en- Miss Frances Howell of Cherry evening of last week. The hosts:
:Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Mock spent had as holiday guests Friday her gineer of Jacksonville, is spending Point, N C.. is expected to arriv'ein were assisted by Mr. and Mrs
the holiday weekend at the fishing brother-in-law and sister Mr. and this week in Pahokee in the 1.1- Pahokee this weekend for a George Lance. Guests included
camp near Chancey Bay. : sister, Mr and Mrs Ralph Wood terest of the city's waterworks ex- | visit with her mother, Mrs. ".. A. Mary Ann Howes. Patsy Elliott.
Miss Louise Jackson of Jacksonville 1! and daughter: Diana, of Moore pansion project.Mrs. I Howell. Rita Fay Hurt. Myra Lee Cru-
is the guest of Mr. and Haven. E. L. Garrett has returned Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Libhart and thirds. Anna: Lee Hurt, Patsv
:Mrs. S. E. Gammage in Pabokee 1 j Mr. and Mrs. Dick Parrish home after accompanying Mr. ani daughter. Sunny, spent the holiday Maxson. Carol Snyder, Bobby
this week. I I and daughter. Sylvia, spent Fourth Mrs. Dalton Garrett of Stuart on : weekend at Jensen Beach. Schroder, Tony Lively. Sidney
Mr. and Mrs. John Burdeshawhave I of July at Pompano Beach. a vio.t with relatives in DeFuniak Mrs. B. W Wood returned Monday Caruthers. Steve and Bill Kirk.
returned from a visit with Mrs. Tommie Lee DuBose, whois Springs, Ponce De Leon and Crest- I from a visit with her son-in- Billy Jones of New Bern. N. C..
her grandmother. Mrs. Carrie RogerS taking a short course at the view. law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. is spending the summer with his
and other relatives in Dover University of Florida summer Mr. and Mrs. Casper Williamsof Charles A. Baker, in Gainesville. parents Mr. and Mrs. W. H.

Fla.Mr. school, spent the weekend in PilI Homestead visited their son-in- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bosworth and Jones in Pahokee.
and Mrs. J. G. Thomas, Jr.. bokee visiting her husband, W. M. law and daughter. Dr. and Mrs. E. son. Barry, will leave this week on Miss Marian Clause left West
have returned from a visit with\ II I DuBose.A J. Graham in Pahokee Sunday. a two weeks' business trip to New Palm Beach by plane Thursdayfor
Orleans La. I Miss Phyllis Belk. who is tak- a visit with friends in Franklin. -
relatives in New fourth of July outing and bar- York City and other points north.
and ing a preparatory college courseat N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Jaudon I I
becue dinner at St. Lucie Canal Miami this Mrs. Sally Shipley and Miss
family of Bradenton spent the Andrew Jackson in Mr. and Mrs. Robeert O. Lampi
I near Indiantown was enjoyed by Kansas Todd are spending a 10-
past week visiting his brother, H. summer, spent the weekend with and children left the first of the
Rev. and Mrs. Carson T. Howes Mr. and Mrs. G. M day vacation with relatives in Mc-
her parents. week month's vacation
to spend a
L. Jaudon and sister, Mrs.Viley
I and family. Mr. and :Mrs. Arch Lain. Miss. Mrs. Mae Enfinger is
Tillis, and families in Pahokee.Mr. Belk, in Pahokee. with his parents Mr and Mrs
Blakey and son. Mr. and Mrs. G. George Belk Jr., left Tuesdayto substituting as clerk at the Canal Charles Lamp and other relativesin
and Mrs. Charles Baker and I and Mrs. Nettie
I B. Ramey family, spend a six weeks' vacation with Point postoffice during Miss Eagle River Mich.
children have moved from Paho- j Miss Laura
Smith of Groveland. Todd's absence.Mr .
Frank Belk, Anderson -
his uncle, in Zella Jones was the guest of
kee to Clew iston here he is now j Skinner of Lakeland Miss Ruth and Mrs Phil Mills are
S. C. Delorez Williams in West Palm
associated with the Life Insurance Wehrman of Higgmsville Mo., the
Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Guthrie haveas spending a month's vacation in Beach last week.
Company of Georgia. j George Steele of Gainesville and guests this week their nephew mountains of North Carolina. .
Frank Tillis is visiting relatives i Earl Chance. Henry Guthrie and family of Pearson Mr and Mrs. W \\". Smith and -

in Tampa this week. Miss Margaret Ann Walker o: Ga, and Lucius Guthrie and son. Dwight have returned froma Florida Offers Many
:Mr.: and Mrs. Frank Shaughne3sy I Perry is the guest of her uncle and family of Valdosta Ga. visit with his parents, Mr. and
are spending a few weeks in I I aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Rogers I Mr. and Mrs. A. I. (Bud) Davis Mrs. Ira Smith in Gainesville. Tourist AttractionsJACKSONVILLE
f Clearwater and while there are in Pahokee.Mr. and family are spending two weeks Julia and Mary Wilder have returned -
visiting their son, Edgar, at nearby and Mrs. Parnell Knecfcs with relatives in Georgia. home after a month's Visit -- The wide
Tampa. and daughter visited her brother- Mr. and Mrs. Earle Pitts and with their brother-in-law and sist- variety of Florida events now bring -
Buddy Peeples is visiting his in-law and sister. Mr. and loll s. children are spending a two weeks' er. Mr and Mrs Cleo Miles in offered to vacationists is
uncle and other relatives in Indian- William Boyd. in Fort Lauderdale vacation with relatives in Tennessee Metter, Ga. bringing record-breaking summer
town this week. over the weekend. While there Mr. and Georgia.R. Mr and Mrs Oliver Love have crowds into the state this year.
Mr. and Mr" Charles Estes and Enecks became ill with a severe L. Brooks. Pahokee High: I returned to Bowling Green after a Chalmers D. Home, president of
daughtEr.'oodit', of St. Simon' attack of erysipelas. School agriculture instructor is I visit with her brother-in-law and Eas tCoast Highways Association,
Island, Ga. have arrived for a Mr and Mrs. Clarence visit with her mother Mrs. C. H. I Maxwell and son. Dale, are visiting vocational agriculture Mr and Mrs. J. V. Thomas and The highways were full for the

Till us.and other relatives in Pa his brother-in-law and sister. teachers at the Welch Hospital I( children have returned from a visit long weekend of the Fourth of
hokee. I Mr and Mrs. K. L. Gilbert, and Center in Daytona Beach this ,' with relatives in Mananna July and reservations indicated!
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Fraser an.ll j his brother and sister-in-law Mr. week. The conference is sponsored I I Miss Nell Howes visited friends most of the visitors were spendingfrom
have returned and Mrs. Maxwell in Co.- I Lakeland the weekend weeks
daughter Yvonne, Ralph bv the Florida State Board of I I in over one to three visitingall
from Maryland where Mr Frase tondale this week. Vocational Agriculture. Mrs Mae E. Usher of Wept sections of the state
has been representing. H Vann, Local Rotarians and Rotary Frank Rozelle has returned from Palm Beach was the guest of Dr. Many motorists going souta
Inc. for the past three weeks. Anns who attended the countywide a visit with relatives in Talladega.Ala. and Mrs L.V.. Armstrong the along Highway V S. 1 and alhe
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Cross, Jr., Rotary dinner party sponsored past week I routes were seeing the East Coast,
and daughter, Kay, of Melbourne by the Lake Worth Rotary Mrs C. A. Batchelor and daughter Mr and Mrs Robert O. Lampi I( but were making their reservationsfor
visited his parents :Mr: and Mrs. I Club at the South Ocean Club and Mrs Robert Walker and had as guests last week her mother. the return trip either througTcentralstate
W A. Cross Sr. in Pahokee Fn-I' in Palm Beach include Mr. and children visited Mr. and Mrs. William Mrs C .Williamson, of Tam- routes or along th
day. I I Mrs. Orin Bacon Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weathers in Miami pa: also her sister, Mrs Lorimer West Coast.




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keepingith the stride at which the Glades i i-: growing we carry a complete line of Firestone product?. Firestone tractor, truck tI

have constructed an ul".t -date hulk plant and t warehouse located and farm tIres are available at our warehouse: and stations.

near the Belle Glade packing house'listrict. We have a plant with With the industrial and agricultural growth of this region, we

tank capacity: enough to supply full line of petroleum products. feel we are justified with our entrance into the local field with 0

Shell and Firestone products. Both companies are nationally knowr j
The} Shell} Oil Company i is one of the oldest companies in the oil and offer: to the public} the IIl1.'C: offer the people of the Glades IiiiJ

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