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:
June 4, 1948
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Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).

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Established 1924


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Methodist Church II Children's Clinic 1 Scholarships Are

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Held Each Tuesday \ I /

Will Hand ReportTo A clinic for crippled children is ,Won By StudentsOf

I being held every Tuesday at the
The Conference Glades Schools
Belle Glade Hospital from 10 un-
til 2 p. m. This clinic if for white irl yy t tJ2'

and colored and includes chid
Wednesday Morning Rev. C. T. any I I It Ten Howes and Sam Lovell of
from the area over as far as :Moore:
Howes and J. D. Rogers left to : Pahoket and Helen May FrieJ-
Haven. Miss Lester or :Miss: Mab.'l
attend the Florida Annual Conference helm and Mary Louise Friedheini"f
Xihol will conduct the clinic. For
of The Methodist Churchin I 4L9jjoqaqe I Helle Glade were among the :2">3high
transportation call National Rod ,
I school in the
Florida. The Conference will 1 graduates Statei
: Cross Service in Pahokee. Phon :
meet in White Temple Methodist I and the 14 in Palm Beach County
]614. Sadie Barwirk Chairman. F.i" :
Church Miami and will he presided :: 'who were awarded college ache
further information concerning: 'Li8iSc'I.
over l>v Bishop Arthur J. ::Moor .i.-r.n-j: bv the State Board of 1-.l:1-:
;, the child'f'S rlmjc those:; int--rest-
of Atlanta. Georgia. Visiting thi ;itio" T't:< f'd'hOIJeJ call :Mr.: :: B.irwi'kvo
Conference as guest and speaker :Mi-a: Howe". da.hter! of Hv
\':iil r1 idly civf'.'1 and <'< nple* ''
will be Bishop Z. T. Kuang of inforr:aton. I .HENC EMENT EXERCISES ""d Mr -. C 7. Movies. received the
China :Methodist: Church. SlflO .\n"'!' Lewis scholarship. Sh.'
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Reports from the pastors anl: IV.iiUKKi; HIM lIIOOLi IHTOWl'\1: l lI :s a nien'her of the Pahokee high
htrict Superintendent" will b.. j <<'h..ol Cl. Promotional l Day -I hit US I).;'y L'.EMXf;, Jt'XE: 10. I'.HSPahokee theetond jO.hniashC'ratJl'1i
heard at the opening sessionVerl: highest

res' lay sir'Ping at 3.00 p.n.. in her cla"s. she will deliver
Plans!, programs: of artiviti-1* and For Canal Point I : High School) Graduates H:,. v.iLuatory address at the eotnreenccmcr.t -

methods of doing the work in Florida : ;, exercises on the night!

will claim much of the atter- i Sixth GradersPromotional t L'eWitt Andrews Betty Jane Jensen of June 10.

tion of those attending. Several :Marvin Baker Sibyl) Jensen : )1 Mr Lov 11, son of Mr. aral :Mr.-:
groups are expected to be in attendance I f : !i Dave Lovell was awarded the

at least one day of the Day Exercises for I Bobby Baker Dickie Johnson :: $200 senatorial hol.irs.hip. He is
Conference. : also a graduate of Pahokee HiRii'
the 15 members of the Sixth Grade
James Barnes Ruth Kautz : School:; and i is tht'U'nivt'rsity
now attending:
Bishop Moore may be heard overRadio at the Canal Point School will b.:

Station WQAM next Sun- held in the school auditorium this Jo Brooker Carlton McCall of Florida following his
Bettj from the last
: discharge:: Army
day Morning the service beginnin Friday morning at 10 o'clock according -

at 10:45 a. m. He will read the to Mrs. Wilma! Lenc?, Juanita Corbett DeLoach Joan McLarty I: year. . -
Conference appointments at the principal. Most of the mm be r a of :

close of the sermon. the class plan to enroll at the Pa- Patsy Ann Creel Joy Padgett'ElwoodDaH Juniors Organize

First Church ia glad to be able hokee Junior High School next .
Joyce Peacock Disaster
to make the report of the activities fall Corps

items: 51 new members this year. The program: Invocation. Rev. Lois Echols Carol Phillips Hodges
Prominent in the reports are these Arthur Wilde; welcome address : A Disaster Corps to assist in relief -

items: 51 new members htis year Wiley Howell; commencementsong Denise Gamot Margaret Powell work during times of local

137 In two years a gain of 116 in sixth grade group; class disaster baa been organized within
two years. Present membt"rshipof history. Jacqueline Scruggs: pro- Gwen Gant John T. Pickett, Jr. the local chapter of the Junior Red
I : Cross at the Pahokee High School.
32. motional day address. Rev. Wilde;
Frank Gillis
396 in Sunday School enrollmentwith 'song. The School We Call Our Gwenette Students who have signed up to:

an average attendance of 186 |Own" student body; class prophecy Lena Goodson Frank Rozelle Jr. service in the local JRC disaster

for past year gain in one year in I Bonnie Miller: song. "ThU corps include John Ogle, Julian

attendance of 16 percent over two is the Hour." Pat Tubenrille vocalist Louise Hamilton Stanley Helen Stokes Snyder. Raymond Caruther.

years 65 percent. 40 have taken accompanied by the Flute : j Stanley Hooks, Payne Jack'o.i.
part In definite Training for better Band; class will, Frances Wilson; Doris Harper Sims Elizabeth Ryals. Wilbur Echoic, Russell Sims.

work in the church. 21 have presentation of miniature "diplo- I David Ramey, Steeve Kirk. Johan-
Ray Hatton Harlan Sears I
attended Camps and Assemblies. mas**, by first and second grade na McKmstry. Y'onn."f't'k.s..
161 in Adult Division of Sunday Joan Benton. Irene Vann. Jannet
pupils; farewell address. Joan Mary Helen Hooks Eddie Stanley
School beside Officers and Teachers Goodson; closing song "Aloha Oe," te Adams, Clara Baxter Nadine

of Sunday School. student body.Farewell. Helen Hower.Iargaret: Scruggs RanlerJ-on Betty Reeves', Betty
101 members in Woman's Society Hick. Betty Jo Barwick and
of Christian Service a gainin .. . Walta Nell Hull Helen Sterns Patsy Jensen.Annuals.

two of 65 percent. One --. .
Eleanor Humphrey Audrey Walker
new circle organized with about 25: Arrh'eFor

new members In it. For Senior ClassThe J. Humphrey Fred Taylor
2566.00 raised for work of th! Distribution

church outside of Pahok moat annual Farewell Dance forth Barbara Jenkinson Barbara Wroten

of which is Missions of some na- Pahokee High School Senior Printers' delis.,red this week for
ture. Total raised for all purpose Class will be held in the Elks Hall Americus Quency (Potter) Howell, Jr. distribution to subscribers the Pa-

916.27300. One fine piece of work en Friday June 11. at 8 p. m.. hokee High School 1948 school an-

will not be in the Annual Report under the sponsorship of th. nual !sponsored' by the Seniors.

for this year but will show its Sophomore Class. Music for the Helen Bowes was editor-In-
effect next year. That is the U.,. affair will be furnished by the Pi- Boys Ready For I I Mrs. E. G. Kilpatnck. accompanied rhief She was assisted by James
rwrHinr of the church bude hokee High School Swing Band Barnes assistant editor Dickie
by her daughter Mr* BillMcAIlpme.
for next year by 150 percent p1\Jc with Maestro Robert O. Lampi Short Course Trip J 1 I Johnson business manager, Rr
has returned to San-
Ttis: meanthat there will oe pounding the ivories.I Hatton. assistant business man-

fund for Building next rear. Assistant! County Agent: H. L. ford after a visit of several day r alter and several department

There will not be a :Morning Speer said yesterday that plansare with her sisters' Mrs. J. V. Thomas head Principal D. D. Caudill
Worship Service next Sunday I will be given to the Baccalaurra- complete for the Short Course and Mrs L. J. Fraser and families : served a. faculty advisor to th--

Morning due to the absence of the Service of the high: -Jiool In the in Gainesville next week at whiCii in Pahc_. -taffBACCALAUREATE.

Pastor and the Evening Service school auditorium. time two boys from the Glade
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will be in attendance. Charles Mo-
Curdy of Pahokee and Howard Hill
of Belle Glade have been awarded

P:.holes e High School l Oa;:s ofF 19.1
trips! to short course for their
1-i.hokee High School Class of 104$ excellent work in 4-11 Club pro- high duor] Auditorium Sunday. Jun.' G, I'J IM:+

lIi }"R-hnJ l Auditorium.: Thursday. Juno 10. S p. m. j4><-tO. The boy will enjoy the weekat
college:: and will have advar.tag-: I PrOCt'::onaJ J. "Pomp S ('ircum?lance", lf },..rt O. I- i>rni

f'tmCt'f.. Pahokce high School 1 Hand under direction! of an outstanding: recreation : Invocation Ilev.: William T. Blair

f Robert O. LampiProcesMonal. program while they are in G. nt'*- I Scripture reading Rev. (arl A. Moln-rr}

l. "Pomp and! Circumstance" Rand! ville. Two other boy from the II I Hymn "F: ;.h fW Our Father, ronjmjrationSr.p :

Invocation ... .... ... Rev. A. J. Lively county's east cost section wl1 *. "The Lord is My Shepherd" and "In the Garden"

Sdutstorv .... ._ _. Helen Howes also be In attendance. Mr. Speer Senior Girl Octet compo*HI of Joan Mcl. rty. Mar>"
Commencement: address State Atty. Phil O'Connell said The course will start on Mon I Helen Hook, Lois i t holc. Barbara Wroten. Joy I'adjfett.Marrjaret .

Presentation of Special Awards Principal D. D. CaudillPresentation day day. and continue through Satur > Powell, Helen Howeand Helen Stokes.

of dipfomas .__ Co. Supt. John I. Leonard . Baccalaureate !sermon .. Rev. Carx: T. Bowes

Valedictory __ _. Lois Echols Mr. sad Mr. Leon Steven have Hymn. "Come Thy Almighty Kinjr" _. Congregation

. Benediction. _"_._ Rev. J. M. Gresham moved to QewteUxa where they Benediction h' __ Rev. William T. BlairRecessional.

Recessional. "Coronation March" Band will make their bone. "Priest's Mreh Robert O. Lampi!




1 Page Two The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida '-"r-Jiy. .Tu:1eI.. 191? 1

THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing water where they should have been in the first: place. Vicki Alley Has A
It does seem that Army Engineering should have known
Birthday Party
the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region better.

Established 1924 Published Every Friday Let us hop better Engineering has been employed in the
Mr'_ Clyde Alley entertained at
Subscription Price S2.00 Year In AdvanceThe Flood Control Plan for the Exerglcdes.
Any Flood Control Policy must protect Property Rights.It Tuesday afternoon witha
lawn for her .
t Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office must not mrtilate Cattle Land or any other Land if it who party was cf'lehratinghf.'r daughter.Vicki. :

In Canal Point. Florida. as Second Class Matter can be avoided and without due Restitution. fourth birthday anniversary. Out-

What has been done to date with regard to Flood Controlis door games were enjoyed and toeguests
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher
thoroughly inadequate. The situation has been worsenedann were prt'O'ntt'dth ba:-

not bettered.It loons and hats as party favors.
Aviators would stop deviling with God's nature with Mrs. R. L. Brooks assisted the
Flood Control And Common SenseAn
their diy ice it might help a lot. During the October hurricane hostess in the serving:' of refreshments -

a newspaper cond: be read for hours after dark so of ice cream cake, soft'

brilliant s nd prolonged was the lightning.something be- drinks and candy.
fore and which believe caused Among those' attending were
unKnown, many was by:
-c dare- e'.ils flying to the' center of the Hurricane and dropping Brenda Kay Unwin Ronnie
Brooks. Robert Bo. Elizabeth
4 er'as'' then ice which split the Hurricane and raised Merry
4 ab Hell Enecks. Betty Rae Gillia.! HarleneWilliams.

b 3 3i. Jerry Upthegrov.
R": f e. If the Vanity of Man is not halted he may yet succeed in Wayne and Bruce Boynton Sandra -

blowing up the Universe. Lampi and Clyde Alley Jr.
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Mr. and :Mrs. Ellis Wilkinsonare Mr. and \Irs. W. H. (Bill) Jones
Proposed Starch spending a summer vacationon and daughter. Zella. plan to leavj

t r' Jf a tour of the northern states Sunday:! for Durham N. C., for the

Plant, ClewistonTo and Canada. summer. *

Be ReconvertedThe -
r '

tt abandoned starch factory 0: ;-. From her :lsit',.-.-bJ'-Joe--Marsh.

the U. S. Sugar Corp. at Clewis-
i ton is slated for a new type 0:
operation soon when the first com- Three Mighty

Editorial. mercial ramie processing plant in

the country will be set up there I Important Ideas
By Edgar Pennington Young) according to reports confirmed
today by James Dempsey. chair-
There will )be neither: Security or Prosperityithin man of the ramie committee of th' I Maybe you read, where a great Then Truth steps in between,and

Southeastern Florida until a sensible and practical Flood Palm Beach County Resources Development encyclopedia has sorted all basic points out that two beers never

Control program has become a reality. board. ideas into a few select groups. l"nrot; anybody into trouble-and that

There .re differences! of opinion a<, to what constitutesa Dempsey is also manager of I der the letter T they have: i somebody's trying to di.tort the
the ramie plantations of the Newport fr't NX there hfM'dn't be a lathrrr
practical 1 program. temperance: Truth Tyranny
Industries in the Everglades should be Truth.
The opinion of the byman is of little consequence.: section of Palm R(ach county.;! lip i Sounds like a funity combination. -
From where I sit: those ideas
Flood Control i ii purely a matter of Engineering- is also director of the ramie plan And to phio! -.ophirr; a little notice.
are ar.anjred Just n rht. Temperarce -
Engineers are varied and many. of this large agricultural syndicate that Truth is in the 'nlf'r-bf'-
side, the
I I' on one : Tyranny on
which has been set up at (wren Tyranny and Temperance.
Unite! States Army Engineers have made a survey other and Truth in the mi.ldleNow -
Canal Point. An order for S25O.-
and have registered: their opinion. anj th'nOU hear folk.i irg that Tyranny never en-
000 in ramie machinery has already i
Some ay the Arrrv Engineer plan will work. Some ay: been put through for criticize temperate who t'ncrC4U (.Lon Temperance.

it wig!l not. Still others declare! positively: it will not work. plant at Clewiston.The thE'I'I' joy a moderate jria who talk about"hi o beers'petting
All Army Engineers wee trained and educated in what principal difference
some one into trouble, and claim: 1/
Engineering; they know, at West Point. The course they tween the proposed operations at "There oucht: to be a law !" ((),Y. lAt. {h\.
Clewiston and those which have
took in Engineering was supplemented: to their other
been carried on at Belle Gladf
studies which were numerous. It was a sideline. ,
and Canal Point for the several CornTi;: r.l"I. I nirc.r _-' /TtfA.-U Ivt -ijation
And this; i ii just why the entire program of the Army years" that ramie has loomed as

Engineers i is not accepted by many which includes some an important product of this .I .

able Engineers. region is the fact that the Clew- j

Engineers rule have received iston industry will definitely !*
as a their Degrees by
confining their studies to the single branch of Engineering ' placed on a production basis for (0idiuyf4
turning out ramie fibre in vo'-
they have chosen as their life's work.
ume for the textile trade on a
Congress: has Billions of American money to dump in commercial basis, whereas heretofore

the European Ash Can. but when it comes to appropriating processing of ramie hasbeen

a few million for American Flood relief they suddenly on an experimental basis.

become more IIolier-than-Thou than the Pharisees and bellow However. the Newport Industries -
about P'conomy. have bee" sending much of
its ramie. Europ'.1 I
For three months I !'iave sought the naked Truth about product to
where additional processing: to
Flood Cont mU have talked with Laymen prominent Ju"i-, I
turn it into textile material hT
ness Executives and Engineers in various sections of been carried on. I I

Southe'asttrn: Florida. European factories are far f

Sonie fate swallowed hook line and sinker the Army ahead of those in this country in I' 4r.- f

En :ne'i., recommendations. Others, including Engineers processing;: ramie, and t'xtilp- in-

who have no axes to grind, seriously doubt if the Plan will tE'rt'Q.ti1: there have been able to

wo!"1;:. lake the product from Newport'i And To Those Who Wish

One well known Business Executive said to me: "Let Industries for refining of'E'ra-1'
tions. To A Handsome
them appropriate the $?O .OOO.OOO. If we don't get it they The Clewiston plant will me t Buy

will squander it on Europe, and well have the
we may as this European industrial com-

benefit." of the Prosperity such an appropriation willcrt'ale petion ramie by:! degumming Into textile and materialand spinning I Gift For A GraduateWe

The sensible procedure would be to check the Army place this area in a positionto

Engineers Plan with Engineers whose experience has been fill the vast market for the
confined to Flood problems and who have lived in the material. have a splendid array of worthwhile -

Everglades and know the Glades.
Another Executive whose opinions are valuable and who gifts. Among them the following:

employs Engineers the following statement : Altmyer HoughMrs. .

"Control the Lake and you will solve the entire problem.
Louie Dempsey of Waldo. Shaeffer Fountain Pens and
Widen and deepen existing Canals and build one or two
more. The cot would be trifling as compared with the Fla.. announces the engagementand Pencil Sets
of her
approaching marriage
vast program recommended. Flooding thousands of I
daughter. Miss Imogene Hough
acres would be entirely unnecessary under this !simple to: Dr Joseph N Altmyer. son of I
iiulova Watches
procedure"This Mr and Mrs. W J Altmyer of
sound? like old fashioned horse sense. Daphne. I

When there ian abundance of water in Lake Okeecho- Miss Hough is a graduate (jf. :Maximillian Luggage

bee to meet every requirement why construct: other lake? Pahok high School and made

The Army Plan or another Plan will never work unless her home with her uncle and aim'
the Water Level in-the lake i is: ,:oufiidt'nthIIeTt.d :Mr and Mr. Is** Rwltn Pih"k COSMETIC: SETS BY
: 'e while! attending; school h."r.._
with the the Hurricane
approach of Sea-on.: Water doe.-
not mn tip hill. She Is now a !student nurse :itthe Yard I ley Coty Shelton
AlchyCmirty H.spta! .
:\!'m .. Tngi'ioer-: :,i:rned three Bridge) a few years ago Gainesville

in the t'n-'-:!peake and Delaware Canal which connects: theChtsajHakf I Dr Altrsver reeeived 1d...c*** Many other items not listed here.
and Delaware Bays. TN Foundations of theeBriduex
::1 'f"ttrin.ry. mf'dMnf' t .e .\hI -
wore built in the} water. Everything went fine untila I hama P.-\lv**<-*n'r Ins'1-

lx,at pft out of control and tapped: ono of the Foundation tusr" .\la ani1e now a member !af

Down went the Bridge! with a horrible! crash, killingfxorvlwvtv he staff at the Florida: State Hr)s-

on it including the Tender. ptt\l
Th wed-i.-g is "..-V du! -l V> CHANDLER'SI'AHOKKK
The i identical: thin happened with another of the: three I
tike place! ";aM'. Jur.f 10
a w
Bruges which !eaeone of the three awaiting the -arr.eTnred .

+> I Mrs Homer Clvs.. and !"n }'!IfI:, 1-. : t,\.I, :
T'.c'; situation (vas only remedied! by they construction offOtlpall Jack StA-Vv: bare ret>erred from

Bridge with the Foundations back away from the a week's visit tr. Fort Mver -


June 4, 194S "The Everglades News. Canal Point. Florida Page Thru


Historical StampTo SPEAKER Sheriffs To MeetJunelSInWPB SPEAKER Okeechobee Race

... .>? .. ..

Honor Florida Battle Gains The

Highlights| -of Florida- History 4 1- The annual convention of the .x Ear Of GovernorOKEECHOBEE

Florida Sheriff' association scheduled -
portrayed in colorful poster e I

stamps beginning with a series on for June 15 and 16 in West The govern

the of Florida, is the objective Y Palm Beach held at the George
or's office" has been asked to investigate -
of the Florida Historical I Washington hotel, and will be the

Research Institute now offering occasion for speeches by Gov. Mil- an election night altercation -

charter memberships. The lard Caldwell and nominee for between whites and negroesat

ance of the initial series of iSS'.1-1 governor. Fuller Warren. the Markham Bros canning

Poster Stamps illustrating 24 different h About 350 members are eta plant here.

historical subjects. is planned I petted at the yearly conclave and AI1f'nIarkham.. coownt'rf the:

as the feature of FloridaHistory |arrangmeents have been made to plant said' he had asked the governor -

Week December 5th to j receive arrivals on the afternoonof to make a special investigation !

llth 1948 first anniversary ')f June 14. Registrations will be of the affair in which "12

the opening of the great nenKverglades made in the lobby of the GeorgeI or 15" white men threatened 61?

National Park. Charter Washington. negro canning plant workers.
membership at $1.00 whicn I I h'riffIx Littlefield of Vo- 5gt. T. F Johns of the Florida

will include the first issue!' of :2 i:! I ", lusia county i.- president of th? highway patro said in Miami:

stamps and an album with relit"1 !association. I i I he :1n"* another investigator hid

research data for each !scene' pictured. 1 sw _e_ teen \\"orkinIn the incident biit

nov are open. Later memberships Loyal rrisbie. President ol the
C. Patterson administrative \ lil nit rev: al his findings.!
are set" at SI.W). I on : uxi1iaryteetin: Florida I'ressssodaticn will Sfce'-ff: Newton Stewart said
director of e Florida: ( itius -
The Floi<1.t Historical Rn
Institute ic designed as an orc*ar- to address! the Honda: l'uh the in !.lc"t occured a week aait"rt'crtI
director of lien StrippsHonaril -
ration to promulgate public intl"-- ; and Public KcUlions Association .
city I ; ; assisted! by Chief of
New York A.rr.erl'-a" L:<;ion Auxiliarvp. .

est in State hi'torv. nitural rr- Nctti)3r'C''S I .,.-t !v>. r.1f't at the home ()f Mr-. during their three.djy 'PoliceCatlyte! Thomas. Ho sal Ii'l
Indi--- Oily, will be amen:; the! speakers
Flora m l Fauna.
Fources. Joe Tom no\"nt"n Tuesday night convection at Kt'y'st.. June \"arrar.t: hail been sworn out
who will address the convention !
trial development! and otve n-- with the new pre''i lent. Mrs.!' Ken- 6, :, 8, 19IX. Tribbie will talk I lor arrest < f a white man in tfcej
in cooati<>-i of the lorid.i l'uhlc'Hy; and
mibiprta .
f'Tf.pritp nnt"T 'k. presuhrT for the first on the sues t of fret rcatticn j ..*o ". :a he ':a>l not been ar |')-
with r-wntiv rai7-ed. torn fc- <- Public &d.ltcr."d; ;:.icn at
tin' '. to publicity releases. 'hiiod: .

t'.riral or irt if. Its Ttivitj.P.ive : KeyVest.. Dates of the meeting T "' ...I'n"Th voted to contin'i'' -------- -, ...,.............. .\ tie ro reported! cut during
; the eirioriTnt! o* l<>.idnrr'l.TT. : arc June ti. ':. S. lflS.Showtr r.. ilee taken to -, C _.
. .. ., r.rlar: meetinsr thrmiffh th i i'o. was
ns irt"ref l in r"tnri-nl ref '- -- .
-- ',' -crrtal .Vr4". : ,"
sum, )"r months. Plans were ma 1: .n- tt
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been eho=<''i ..
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( f ....', sur; '' M'ftinf1ni".V T. Stnckandr.; ,| Mi' '. W FTC I .' ,' :; '1"II'i .Ilit.j Y :.. :- ,j HI ;:- .. ', '.
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ft*' tt (. r:!> .&"nr of the Ev"relftd :- '" .'J !t. ' ,1-I ,I " 1" \.:.... ,- .. : ". M' .-. .'t"-'il1.l: .i.i -..n. Bill.Vitce . I .' .-
'. n. .ir ". -c' rn'-- -ii the c.' t} plant :\
v ,t,.,-.1 Park a new aeries of 21trcrr. : !fr '!"" ''nts er r''''nittee for, t:,: ; oS. : to "pet in t.i.: snr1
.-' will be iccned to F'jni'r '' I!' -.l.i.-t wc-k? w.* > a 1>''- e--'etr'-. T* re=: :ir'o'.iT't t"-nr: sr t t of tn"'n.-
> it r"'Mcii l j""IIf'''. HjKh ser"- *nh' Mi,- F\-a: G-HT-: ia.::. M: ..nt M! -. J. V Tiema: ::.
t"1"" -1: '!-\ 'i1'' stun' >r a t' He attr. 'i.ted the attack: to a psentniiTt -
album \ hr..r: .,,, .. t ., . :,i' F:.Ina karat
will have its own v !! ,' ni.-irnat;, to M.-I\in Sfxw- I' a p. i: suite :
l'i"k sut".-r it tNe ,. tlii'- over Negroes butt;
will be mask available to eont-ii.i I. 1'- will! take 1 r!i.ce at the 1':1'- a. iw:. OT Tu ''lay,1V.dne) _- !
but sale
: house" prior to the regular mersr '-> : hired to > in tomatoes:. !
the album.1 thug compiling a pi'-- Kee M-tr-o'Ji-t; Church on PunJ.iv.J'ine il.iv oft.:!;s; w., k. ,
of Post W) neext \fndnith'. :! a'l ava'" white labor tress td
torial hi =torv of absorbing mte"e -- : r. ; Mr and II is. J. F'. Col.on awl
;i Mr. John K. \\Ion:: it-ported thn ion i da'-i.lm. shifts and Negroes
...t. In addition to outofstaVcharter Thhostfs!'es us!'.I h.'ecgtrets of ; ''.n. Jimm\ mo\e the :\u\iliarv has received from were on the night: shift only.
memberships, plans: are ruses Kaptrr lile: s. alters an i f i : to a farm near Ocala
I| the C Council a Year's franchi.-" I
being completed to compile a large fern in deccrating the clubhou:'_ The residence (n U5('orn Point 'We.I .
to operate a concession" at the
membership!' of Florida citizens in for the affair. Mrs.: I:. W. Sander.* Road vacated by the Col;:ons hat i

preparation for ohSt'rvan'ef and Mrs. Tommy Walker sang two when swimming the pool pool i is in completed.Mrs. the city. park been purchased! yIr_ and Mis.K. I Woman's Society To

Florida History Week in Df>C'M- vocal duets! accompanied at the Mcllhvain who moved int i
Mock appointed M' Have Program"I
ber. piano by Mrs. II. C. Graham. Piano their new home on Thursday: : Tne
James Stafford. Mr. O. R. Bleeci
The pattern of the Poster Stamn solos were played by Miss Clarice Stuckey rf'sid..nC'atfld by L"n
andINI'!!' Wilson the >titu-
on con! Am Brother's Keeper'
plan in the program of the Flori- Nason. Miss Delonna Jones an.) McIIwains will be occupied by M'

da Historical Research Institute.Is Mrs. Graham. Mrs. Bridges assisted tion and bylaws committee. New and Mrs James H. Wilson and will be the subject of a worship
chairmen of other standing committees service; to be
unique in Its broad scope and the bride-elect in the openingof !' children who plan to move in to- program presentedat
of were named as follows;: the June meeting of the Wom
historical data
treatment the many lovely gifts.
Mrs. John Pickett.. membership:: day.Mrs. an's of Christian Servicain
Florida. In addition to the annual Refreshments of cake and punch : J. R. York took membersof Society
Mrs. C. R. Wetherington. Jr.. Girl? First Methoda
the Pahokee <<
issue of stamps and albums the were served by the hostesses* to her Latin classes!' at Pahokei
State: Mrs. Hugo Doe poppy dav: Church Monday at 3:30 p. m5 wits
send its Sarasota
tn.ctitutt"11.11: approximately 70 guests. High School to Saturdayfor
which Mrs. George Jordan publicity;: Mrs. John A. Dulany program
bulletin issued periodically -_e.nlt.'R1I a study of Roman art and nth
Mrs. J. Boynton.. Americanism! :
will be devoted to the activitiesof OF CHRIST er exhibits at the Ringlrng: At! chairman in charge.
historical socities Mrs. O. R. Bleech. child welfare; The program will he presented
thevarious SCIENTIST I Museum..
Mrs M. Carlton. program and junior by out-of-town guests including1
State.Prepublication. Olaf Roe business! ; victor
of the -GO[) 11nOI Y CAUSrlAND wa a
activities: Mrs. Jack Phillips. I Mrs. Kovfi Vorh.... Mrs. A. It.
$1OO seihscriptionQ I = CnF.\TOI is the subject of in Miami i r-.r Tuesday of this wee1 '
regarding registration and mhinE'Ir!' : !':. Harrington and Mrs F :MVil<...f
and inquiries : the on-5Vrm"n::: which will ht'rt'al j Mss Nellie! lathart and Audio
the Florida historical Cecil Gray, rehabilitation: M-.. :: of the Ciral Point Mthodi membership in Hook pent : Saturday Tampiand
Churches of CTtrist. ecientist
Institute for recrvition *- II in Paul TilVrv. rru"'irMrs: Weslev) ard :Mrs .\ I.'alh.'t.. :Mr..
Research onnani'-d home by
w-ee at (
: throughout the \\ord! on Sun-
ii eriela' Aldridsje. P:1f1-:\merirln :artivitie"r -:: J. M: ni.-dhill. :Mr Jai-k Holfnnn -
the '.
!" to tcovrr .IaJi.n..' ft T-nk"! 'n.1": \ :io hns c-o n-
-". Carmen Salvatore .Ir srnpbook. (;1. ,.- "ommiint-
of i lf the: I VII- "
History" tVe'-k; issue pictorial The (:Men Text .- "Ml nations T'let.d they s''ux' 1 year Tt llori.leM I

hi!':ti>tical poster stamps. !'."H1.1 whom t-'u h.:1,1.!e a'Ballrome :: tt.! ": t -> ,--.5' P.t"r..htlrI }; tv M"ta"dis' (Tii-.r-h Mrs I'.ivil

tit Florida HistoricilIV I Th next ecting of the er"" 'i-i M. Inth.. Alfred Kahn f Pt",!.!"*n! o* U.!lie O'Ti! vocal "' ,-
be address! 'TV;
and .r.rf' th-
: worship will lie b..lei it the ht r i" of :Mr loi,:t. and Mrs Sv.Jrev K Smita.HeJIe .
earch Institute 30,17 (:r er.i.z and Porte Ji--.n-son f.ufrts at Flor- :
O Lord and shill _Ior.fth\ Hugo R-ie .'1111t: ,,'ithtr: <: :
on Glade tt.I .
j .1!- also of phTJ
Florida Peter-
Street. Tampa !I. For thou art and i. :\ M.htirv: : Araderrv St
nam great
Owen 7o a musical namU-r
returned to scene
_e- i .!e.'et wondt-rou. thint';:: ou ar* burg, have I
I :MrsRntm"s was: r\!,.'etiv1 in Vie their Kn h WSCS niemb, r I iurpeil, r >
.I kr. '" Psalms Vi ,. 1O>. summer" vacation parents
a ( : .
I !'"f'T'insof refr" hnier.ts Tuesdayeveninc I to th- meeting.Convention .
1. 'V. \ ,\NN TO TKNOI I in Pahokee. 'm; J"I:
Amen!r the citations; which cmaf'lrip bv Mr is.iffAr.l. eoPv
tliN' Inlnt: ('= "' ''' the 5on-Sermon is the following -i Mr. and Mrs Tom lahlirin.tour _e--

hn't ess PV>kee rif'er.'i ic-hri i
from the BiH": "Ll ai* :. .
The Men's 1'lWe Class of the J- --- hay liv.-.l :n Pinaroa City for the : Planned
all the
Lead t
the ca-th f;:: ttr the :
First! Methodist: Church will haven : tact ffveqs hv/e returre to

their Teacher next Sund.vMorning I awe inhabitants of him of For thf'4.rl.1 he pake tand an:*>1 \ Cint'r9rl'it' rh1tt-r! ; I'a okp" where Mr IlaMwin has: I :Miami .June (fi, 7, S

Mr. J. W. Vann. who i* i acceptnl his former rnton rs I
commanded ,
it wn donehe: an I
Vice President of the Class.! MrV : i it stood! fat" Pailm33S: ,t. :Mnlr1n :M.l1a* -.:in.iffeT; >.-...--. Ftwrnl HomI -. MIAMI: Fl".d.t, p..blu its seal

cri t i.. ". 11 known hiving! her I He will be assisted bv C 1:. Wethrington public relations executive from
The Les on-S rnioi also in- .. I.
ir. charge of the Pahok e Mu't: ..-I : Jr.lifv uJ! "erf.,1of\ th- Stat Will, JTHtlr .-
rlinls the follow r aearfruit Come S m I.-v Camp for onieears. T.- Rotiert Johnson. assistant! : r here next ak end f-.r a three
'J t tic'hri!"t-an i eien.testh \>k."Srierre another .-.emetic triumph to th. I

I't''t..n., ,. ,f every me-vtv of ti : and Health with! Kevthe t.i screen of the! Prince Theatre Thutime : ?up-nrtend of the National day conxrntx-n and tour that wall

e-.rch: ispetted to greet anal ; i Youth ("Conference the Church rf take them t.. KeyVent and ,.. -
Scriptures" by tltT"n.k'r it i* "S('udd '-Hoo :Scndd--
each otht't .-- God \f conducting: a two-week'-* revival I turn.
'niraije .
j.j.f' K.Mv "The mi.-slnn that the I Hev. hich 'taJiine Haver in 1

pr-M...'. It i< s.. td to aee new can tv material ub nr"e. I.on .:\'aI1"t'r. with WarP.rennan. .'.- .. at th- Ch'ireh of God in Pa I Two groups will lie reprHwntr, alm..t'ry Sund.iv. Now hokee Scn-ifi trheirg hell the Florid 1'I.hlinty and Publ'c
genres ithT: '1"" ''': 1.'!' mrr.'. Xrne: R,v.-re and Xatals.plai'ers. .- I
that th. V-EctaWe work of th' 1 1f .. ., .nf 1'C q.r" ."':..rkMr Fts'IJt"fJn" A1'.13' and L"1-
,1. that Ppir:? :s r. t :- '!",i \Vo.'J d. th. t.. .... .t.. ,.'. ,. at : .
<11.nJi K over. and despite tli- that: matterwlff'r-- it,'. .elf! I ai.l Mrs H. J Anders ''I' Fleeced:. Atrartion Asa ra ratio

f a. that many \\nll be gone f e rjjioJt 5xv.' er'"" t'> :'I:a sh!"'II": Tenn I ) U i'-trirs of both nef nuuMar
eMsttnt. andternal Prim tJ-is e'cnulcl 11f'1: -ave the story of
,.f the summer it is "( I att 'id < .>rr.rKnc'(-nint r-xerfis** at I will hv held! Sunday aftrrnonn *l
J'l'ct'l < folm! test there n v tv.-o Catherinestorm e . within tV* .
e.i tht'I.'n': HiMe (less: _... fogey'stth nIrviti'i. Si an:!: C-'tlctfe this Frutov. I the C..I..mru.* H'l..1 anei 'irmr
'er'-al can warring : bart a rirl. innocent
> ''rtlnll. to show real Jr<>\\th. i L' : J .n> I at which time Their laughter I thtrinr both groups will t-
( each otier and vet we sirh.ut ,! the 'Hjtssde. withhght.nerg
: on .
and I ... Ander weller".t I K ,cute r.f ptMtk r Krigh'I f U>j
errant ar.11'? bieris
; iipr- 1- fla: hirg .nsd
Herald f'.r tour of tawiFcralel
ai-hie\ei-r.t IV Mire and hear j jMr j : a bachelor of art A-rrf I Miami a
t''f'Z; lry' I th- fullirce "f y life I
: Vann next Sunday .:\1'T'T1U1J.t : ; It i.e rrporteO that Mof .! - tnkr. heart.with "'I i.i
; young 4 Monday the tour t<
I I a m >
94Sa m. ; Las arcrftcd it r">ItJon IU direct .:
1:1r" 'ugeteon: of h.srvire<* as i den fiery flashing with sud.Itury ->4 .. hey West will" start r..yhOtlp
youth: work' and >*'r..tJuj' to thpastor I
--- president cf the Air.encan S:'-Hirtyi in young heart Muw will r"rTY the r"'ptI .an I atFtim.ste'ad

(: MXJIT MF.ETlXiNext Mecharacal i Kr.jr.neer! in 13.>. This beautiful tech .icn1-r ma-:- I at the First 1f'trjIA t-r..lcf&JIt will, ho- weed -
t Church in LAk40 City, Fla
t William L. P tt. |-re!"-.d--t rf SIP : erpiec is from the same stud o I by"'" Chamber. of ("'.omm"rc,
\\"ffinf''dAaftf'rnmn at 3 Inihistries. Inc., wa preser.t1 that made "Home in Indianaant and city officials. Polly R_ ant

o'clock) citizenire requested to with a pat president* pin by the "t'U''f' never forgotten that ore. DR. \VAIJFJTSRECXPTIOMST John &l f f'. pubh 'h ua of the Red-"

meet at the Canal Point school toreorganize (oriraniration'r president. E. G.I I Ye". folks you are really jrotn; land District Ness wr. respon.

the Girt Scout Troop. Bailey of New York CJty Prr'enUiUon to witness one of the bfttt down !!ethic! for arranging this party

AH Interested persons are requested was made at UfO r>gmeertnj to earth comedy-dram that you Mir Peggy Ann Jlor.tIC win bIn Fr-om Homestead the g"wp wriotrrney

to be present especially member ? Progress Show held May 1116 bar* en In some time when ynuM I M amJ during the month of / to Key Rest for hmch onwtth .

vt the Parent-Te cberciabon. a..o- it Pbila4 '!pfcla'. rrankUn Inrtitut '. 8cudda-Hoo Scudda-Hey"! I June, in the employ of Dr. C. V headquarters at the LAea.a.

*. See you at the moviss MaL wann as n<

Four The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday. June 4. 1913

presented with a gift for being '
Lions Clubs Join -
Girl Scouts Hold the outstanding scout in the troop I
T- f
I For Installation ;
for the year. Special recognitionwas S COVERS

Final Meeting Of given to Shirley 'hidden anl I I II P
Jeannie Platt for attending all but The joint meeting fo Pahokee. ; WE FIT1" CAR t Ii!
two meetings and to Olive Gonzales Belle Glade and Clewiston Lions ,
Season TuesdayMembers Sandra Long and Donrn. I I I Club for the annual installation .>f 11 $13.95 to $55.00 !I II'

Lynn :May for being present at al' I i I new officers of the three clubs and
but three meetings.A ladies night program and banquetwill (I'' I'
Pahokee Girl
of the
special prize awarded to Roe be held in the Belle Glad;

Scout Troop honoring presented their a mothers.who special. ,I Marie Henderson for selling the Legion Hall on Friday June 18, at ::1! PAUL'S SERVICE STATION I,
program most tickets to the motion picture 8 p. m.. according to an announcement : -
were guests at the last regu- I Fifth Avenue:' made at the Tuesday luncn- ;
"It Happened on i! CANAL POINT, FLORIDA '
lar meeting of the season held: which was sponsored by the tro.'pand con meeting of the Pahokee Lions Ib 11
Tuesday afternoon at the First to Joyce Lindsey for collect Club. The original date of June 11 l lI

Methodist Church. ing the most clothing for the rummage for this affair was postponed when
The program included three sale sponsored recently by it was found to conflict with the -.
playlets on "Scout Laws* two' the troop. Belle Glade High School com-

songs and a folk dance. Lovda Mrs. Joe Tom Boynton troop mencement exercises.H. I
Williams troop scribe reviewedthe captain presented tenderfoot pins H. Burnie of Miami guest

activities and accomplishmentsof to Jeanine Mock. Kay Friend. speaker gave a talk on "Com- 4 SERVANT OF THE GLADES
the troop during the past year Annette McIntosh and Ruby Gun- munity Hospitalization Insur-
and Joann Platt gave the treasur- ner. Mrs. Boynton announced a ance." He was introduced by A.
er's report in the absence of Don- special meeting of the troop fo.- Q. Howell program chairman.
na Gail Jensen, troop treasurer. June 8. . .-

Joyce Lindsey. who had a recordof At the conclusion of the pro- PAHOKEE MEN'S 4 Buses To Miami
100 per cent attendance at troop gram refreshments were served. BIBLE CLASS
To West Palm Beach
meetings during the year was Guests were Mrs. Fred Hickerson.
Mrs. J. W. Rogers Mrs. Vinson The unusually large summer at-
Dally To Ft Myers &: Lakeland
Henderson. Mrs. C. Miller. Mrs. S. tendance of the Pahokec's Men'
L Lindsey. Mrs. L. Platt Mrs. H. Bible Class continues to be the joy

OFFICE HOURSFROM M. McIntosh. Mrs. Rupert Mock. of the group. One by one the en-
Mrs. Parnell Enecks. Mrs. L. L. rollment increases with the hope
: Shirley. Mrs. Becky Starling. Mrs. that the objective of 200 might Glades Motor Lines Inc.

JUNE 1 THRU SEPT SO R. R. Long and Mrs. John A. Dulany. not be too far distant. This Sun- ,
day's lesson will be taught by the .
. teacher Rev. C. A. Moberg and
CLOSED'EDNESDAY AND should be one of much interest :n
Mrs. Thurmond W. Knight,
SUNDAY view of conditions in the world to- II
sponsor of the Intermediate Girls
day. What about Nebuchadnezzar's -
Auxiliary at the Pahokee First .
dream How did Daniel In-
ACCEPTEDDR. Baptist Church was honored on
terpret it? What about the ten :
her birthday anniversary at a sur-
and MRS. toes? Has this part come to pass? I :1i
prise party given by members :
What is meant by the stone kingdom i
C. E. CREEL the IGA at the Fellowship Hall ? Will Nebuchadnezzar's image :
Friday evening.
be repeated? By Whom? Shrubs and Trees I
--I What about a world dictator' i i
I -- I Where are we as concerning Bibl 1
1-- I prophecy? What is prophecy? Is A I.I. VARIETIES AT RETAil. :
the Book of Revelation past? Whyis
3OOallonGarbage it not understood? Why is it :
Authorized Sales and Service
neglected? Why does the average I
I church member know s o litt'e
about the Bible Why so much
Cans eccliasticism and so Hitle of the HAND LAWN MOWERS
spiritual? A most cordial invitation -
s extended to all unaffliat'nlmen
and visitors to attend Sun-
day at 9:45.: Fellowship Hall on
: MINUS TOPSfl.5O Bacom Point Road.Classified. I Open Wednesday and Saturday afternoons 'I II

I 1100 Southern Blvd.. West Palm Beach :
i ,

I: AdsFOR I \

: ---- -
I Jeeps.SALE Walter: New Ashley and used Garage Willys In > > X > + + '

I Belle Glade. Phone 126. Jllch + V
Office Machine
... Headquarters "..
SEPTIC tacks and grease traps .... Underwood Typewriters .:.
cleaned and phone
Fertilizer WorksI : Sundstrand Adding Machine .
Stuckey 3872. Bob Douthlt. Pahokee. M17c .. :
I .: Marchant Calculating Machines {.
I NOTICE: Anyone to whom I. L. .". A. B- Dick Mimeographs .
I Burton of Canal Point was indebted c' Elliott Addresso Graphs 1.

I should get in touch with .:. F & E Check Writers ":.
1 the undersigned: Mrs. W. C. De-
1L Loach Canal Point. Fla. Jll .:t HALSEY & GRIFFITH, INC. :):

FOR KALE: 1947 Ford Ferguson ,, Phone 2-3883 West Palm Beach <,.

Tractor. 5 foot disc.. Fertilizerand
seeder. Lift and trailer. D. B. Vq< + + VVV V VVV < .

Plow. Call M. R. Rhoades. phone
Much'heier washers! i 2614. 3tp

FOR SALE: Pedigreed Cocker

Much-lower prices week Spaniel distemper.old. puppies.wormed E. F.and Cushman.Black.inoculatedfor Seven Pa- Milk Means GrowthWithout

hokee. Phone 4862.
,; certain elements in his
My Daddy won the West Palm '

COME SEE these Hew ami. different My Beach brother Dog is Show going last to win Winte the : diet, baby would lack bounce and

Washers next one. Me ? ? ? I've got to b? : energy. The urge to grow and de- I
They've just arrived in sold as a pet to help make room I
our store! Many new features never seen before for a new litter that is coming : velop would be retarded.

.. they can even put in their own soap! this month. I am a lovable little :
black Crocker Spaniel: puppy- : Alfar Pasteurized Milk is the
Come see me at Ed CUhmazu.n :

COME SAVE as much as $120The Pahokee. :I safest milk for your baby. !

FOR SALE: Six room concretj : Homogenized: with the all-
world's favorite automatic washer for as ..
block structure, a few block. !
much as $120 less than other automatics. . just from the bridge in Belle Glade O.T: important Vitamin D added is '
a little more than ordinary hard-work washers! Pah(k -&lIe Glade! road. Large ,
corner lot. Owner l a'Jngand sacrificing I the choice of many mothers for ,i

BENDfX WASHERS PRICED AS LOW AS '199." : at S100OO r..Alv baby feeding. Be safe when you
Call Dan Carpenter, 2571. tprm.1

kw. buy milk- look for the Alfar em-
-------- -- --
nUt s.\'.':: One T.20 tractor
1 I $:(0). also! ere: F-12 tractor fin) I! blem.
W J AdamPt--ne 63r PahoVee -

BOE'S 'y Kla. !I LFA '

1'aboL.'f". nC1ridaMATHISHOE CHILLS FEVER I f\ 1


Belle! Glade' i iI i KelleGIadePhone20Page ;

Florida I I RELIEVED666, j)-

, June 4, 1948 The Everglades News. Canal Point, Florida: Pag. Ftrrrr

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"God give us men! A time like this demands

Strong minds great hearts true faith and

ready hands . "

In these bewildering days, the world has an urgent

and abiding need for men and women with "strong

minds and great hearts."

There is a place for you-and a need for you-in a

chaotic and badly battered world. As you set out to

find your niche, retain that lofty purpose and high

resolve which have marked your high school career.

Success in full measure will greet those who embark
on their every task with"true faith and ready hands."


Paul RardinCounty

Commissioner-Fifth District

Palm Beach County

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Page Six
The Everglades Nets, Canal Point, Florida
Friday, June 4, 1943

Prince SucceededAs I years in for November He was unopposed Ij j Welfare Board Is henceforth be given to families \HOKFF. BAPTIST CUt,UCII

renomination in the that have" little or no available re- Rev C.
Moberg, pastor of the
I Democratic I
primaries. :Swamped With **
sources Mr Safay concluded First Baptist Church of Pahokee" ,
Board ChairmanBy During his years as commissioner . .
Requests For Help will preach Sunday morning at
he has been regarded" by his \GHETTI PARTY
the eleven o'clock hour, andiH
fellow workers as a liberal, progressive -
"Check" ByrdCounty official.Commissioner. With an unprecedented" numberof use for his text the book of Phile
Betty Hicks entertained
mon This remarkable
Aid to Dependent Children portion ot
Lytal. the new ap- several of her friends at an out- the New Testament" bu*
vice-chairman, was first elected to plications continuing to be re-
Commission Chairman the board in 1942 and continuesin ceived, the State Welfare Board spaghetti party. Followingthe one chapter. There will be no service -
John Prince Thursday announcedhis has found it to taU supper" the group attended the at night. The church will cooperate
office for two more years be- necessary
immediate resignation from Attending and enjo"ingtht" with the school its
in an-
immediate action its
i fore his post1I1l be subject to changing policies -
I evening were: Barbara Wilkinson -
that post because of health rual baccalaureate. The
poor that pastor
election again. He has made his so every resource within
and returned to his duties as com- :the Vera King Patsy Batchelo-, i will read the scnptureMr .
family be used order
home in West Palm Beach sine- group in
Clara Baxter" Ina Russom, Nin'1lRussom
mission 3.Prince. representative from District boyhood. Throughout his years on ;to stay within funds appropriateduntil Johanna :Mckmstrv., Bet- .a .
the next session' of the "
the commission he has devoted Legi-
who has .served chair- ty Jo Barwick. Huston Connell and Mrs Thomas Domanand
as lature, the District Xo 10 Welfare
virtually all his time to his dutie3
Clark .
Johnstone. J D. ,
man for the past two and one half I Board was advised by Mr'Emmet Harpley family aresiting relativesacross
years, was immediately succeed: - 'I Safav, chairman Bill Elam and John Ogle in \\ Ga., this week.

in the post by veteran Commiaioner -
Mrs. Parker HostessTo It was further stated that the
? C. Y. Byrd of Delray Beacn. I ,
present high cost of living whichis .
Lake Lytal for more than five SocietyFifteen
having a disastrous! effect upon ;:
years commissioner from Vt : ;
limited income
pE'rsnnsth or no -
Palm Beach District 2, was ap- members were present
is causing manfamilit's to :1
pointed vicechairman.Following when the \\'omin' Society of 'seek assistance from' the !State" ; I'cginninjr Wednesday, June 2. . 9 !:
a motion of acceptan Christian Science met at the horn' !
Welfare Hoard as the <'n1m al''i .
Commissioner A. A. Po toi!, of Mrs J. P. Parker" In Canal |I Our Store
'of providing the bare nP't'S'iti"'s
and a second by Paul P ardi't" Point. Mrs' C. L. Stuart pre ul 'I'of h'e As a result of the larc
Everglades commissioner, Prin' and Mrs. F. \\'. Cross Ted the devotional I
number of applications being anproved -
and "ydchinged places on the SfOT\'ice. The program .1:1: I for Aid to Dependent ,i : Will Be Closed
board -Chritians. Alcohol. and I'uhichealth" :
J Children, more than IS.000 families '
Mrs.t I ::1
Posirn said that Chairman was presented V>:\' would he placed on the rolls

Prince sometime ago:: brought in ,; I:. Buchanan. dtiiing the month cf Jun. This is :: During; The Summer On
n made of f home
port was!
the sibje'* of relinquishing) tu' I fit-! maximum number which can
post cf chairman lie aul' of ill' -tiidv "Committed Unto TT>' whinvvn : buried during the next fiscal'ear I .!

health and orders from his held fay 2"ith; anti was at- .
phvsi- : at the present: average grantl"n
ciin tr ease ur on his .1'.itw s. allte t, :-,1..1 I ht twelve rn"mheith }. r the circumstances" 11: Wednesday Afternoon
this meeting the So.-:.'t3djou? i. I
1* ird agreed: to the aopoinr State Welfare Board found it

..'rt i.f Commissioner l'yrd.10"1' -1 eel| for the summer: the next neer- i nece ssanto either further re'''trict .
,. m"11 he "eM' in ?prt'',nhc'r. i 11 _
v"f'-rhairman. clieibil' rea'ing
I il as its ( requirements -
P;in. e. in leaving the (chair jt j --. .. to parental support anti "8'1 j

t--inked the commission for i1""tin :xl4JP.I: P.\UTTtM +or withhold approving any n or' :

, w'd cooperation he has ref ?;. ;T <'.1. hu raid that it was: neeca- several friends at a slumber party ; Sifav tated : Western\ .Auto Store

" 'Tbecause of poor health tha: at her home in Canal Point la:' "The Board recognises the fad

1 .lr crrase: him duties. and nn\I.'- Fri'la' picr'it Tis Utendir that! the averae" grant will n i*

tl* irders of his phvsicnn "n 1"1 .... ii,. 1'.ithinilkn. CliI'ixt 1 n.t ,.t "m' hundred T" r nit of t 1.' 1. Zi. Lai '. Owner Paholie-
js tuition thin summer IT< Sii.1 1h I r. Im Hiisin Nil: : 111om .<. p.nnJ1rn need
.. wotlJ itiniie with the lioirlj Vera King and Pat -\', ::1- rt Children families. and tor the-; '
I It'a .
"" "- and gored hi- ('4'1'- , ', -I
- an' >< : lor rf'as..n first consideration shou 1 -
Commissioner Hyr.I l. in accepting I
the new post, said he realized th*> -
honor and the responsibility and

vouU lean heavily on Commissioner -

Lytal until next January The
when a regular appointmentcomes Everglades Special - Insley Dragline

The new chairman is a veteranon

the board, having served since
1932. and next January will be

senior member, when A. A. Poston -4-

elected also in 1932 leave' :
office Since 1945 he has been

vice chairman and in 1946 he was

re-named for his first four year

term since the time for holding

office was doubled by amendmentto
the Constitution In that year" Lr; --- --+-
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he" successfully" defended the office .

against A native R. Floridian C. L-.wson. Mr Byrd h-r LL

made his i home at Pelray Beacipince i--i G1T jA tt 13

1< 24, a year after he WT

graduated; from the University of
Florida Law College ,\fttr a shot I -S: --i
time in the law office uf the lat
R C Kf'.trt'\! he opened his own t s

('ff."f' at Polnv n.'at'h.

Th.' rf"tiringc'htimlan hT :serv

. d w"is Hj1i

elevated to the ch-iirminship! in

ini1": after having served as vice- ; ;

ihnirnnn .\ native of New" York.

he made hw home at Lake.nti:

since 1912.Prince J-7 : _
is completing hn fir:

full f\lIr-Yt'ar term and is slated

for re, "I.'ctioT for another fr ir

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Prince Theatre II II I I

1'tLoit'e Florida:


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Crossing: into the danger zone can occur at the approach to i iI I II

the top of a hill-on a curve-going into an underpass, or I Ii
even on the straight highway. That's reckless, dangerous I ii,
driving! Accident records show that about one half of all !ii!
fatal traffic accidents result from bad driving habits such a*, ;
Mr. PedestrianWALK d
these. "I II
i SAFELY It's your responsibility to yourself, your family and to ::1:1I
0 others who share the road to avoid these "Pass-Pockets" ,!
I LIVE where lurk injury-and death. I'I'I '
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i LONGER Don't let impatient driving tag your conscience with being I!

I one of those who contributed to the maiming or death of the I
hundreds of thousands who will be auto accident victims this j:
year. I IQ

Yon con be a safe driver if yon wilL It's up to you. II


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by....Associate 0... Paul I Rardin, Publisher I'!,
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'I r ; -i I Enrollment: Headquarters Medical Plan Pays

_: OM I Location .>f Lind-.i Je' elrStoio
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PHONE 7117 roil HOME APPT.I : Accident..
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From S3.00 to 10.00 Per Day Room and Hoard: _
in Hcspitf-l l for as Long as 90 Days for each Disability -b-?=
Good At -

I Regular Hospital Charge for Operating Room, PAHOKEEHOSPITAL :
I Hypodermics. Surgical Dressings, Routine Medicines I t!
I and Ambulance Service ;

I Benefits for X-Ray, Oxygen Anesthetics and Or Any Hospital Any i it !
laboratory Service.
I FOR where In The World :
: Age 3 Months To NO LIMIT .f fI
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I believe the community Hospital I'lan and prepaid :!
I A Community Hospital plan which cooperates medicI 1 plan that is presented by the Mutual
: with I local hospitals should provide highly advantageous Kenefit! Health and Accident: Association i is verydefinitely
a step in the right direction for thl-
to both the insured and the Hospital.
I community. I heartily urge each and every member
of the community to participate.
I T. C. RICHARDSO, Mayor of ahokee LEE O. DRY. Supt. of Pahokee Hospital
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SAYS; : Hospital plan offered by Mu- I
I The Mutual Benefit Health To :My :Mind the :Mutual Benetual Benefit Health and Accident
I And Accident Association is The Mutual I Benefit Health fit Health end Accident Assn. Aswn. appears to be good
I and Accident prepaid Medicalplan of its Kind. Of course onemust
of insurance should
i! offering a plan of Insurance special I attention to
I will be
and Hospital I plan pay
to the of the
peal people
that I think should appeal to the contract noting !specially
: service to this community. -
: every one desiring Health and a great. E\erglades I ghing them protection what amount is paid for various
: Accident In u :n'e. at all times. conditions, and. when
Z J and what it provides pay for.

Safeguard Your Health --- The Most Precious Possession You Have

Underwritten By MUTUAL OF OMAHA

: Mutual Benefit Health & Accident Association

I Listen To Gabriel Hemttcr Sunlay Night The Largest Health _And Accident Company In Th W H4Page


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