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 16, 1948
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Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
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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J I I Fuller Warren Has fWWWflWUw Roynton-Defray

F RECENT I Baker Co. Precinct Warren Promises

OPERATIONS I Solid For Warren I Warm 'Thank You" Flood Control Aid Get Consolidated

Governor Nominee Fuller I Governor Nominee Fuller
For Florida CitizensOn High School Bldg.A
By Paul Rardin I Warren told citizens ofOkeerhobeei Warren told 2,000 people laOkeecbobee .

fJ county Wednesday of a Wednesday that as

community in Baker county- the third day of a three- soon as his three-week thank new consolidated high school

Do you have an extra extension Baxter precinct-that toted its week "thank you" tour of Florida. you" tour is over, be is ready for Boynton and Delray is practically -

ladder that you might loan? M. C. full 57 votes -patriotically" in Governor-Nominee Fuller Warren to go into a huddle with representatives assured by action of the

Carter of the Carter-Geiger Dn.gStore the second primary. The genial topped in OkeeChobee Wednesday and senators from county school board.

in Canal Point and R. T. Fuller smiled broadly as be pronounced afternoon for a friendly chat with the 15 counties affected by I At that time the board voted
the word ..trlotlcal- floods and if work
(Uncle Bob) Bardin are growing citizens of that county. More than "see. we can't unanimously to allocate $400,000'or

summer corn and yesterday morn- ly" and everyone knew that the 2.000 people gathered to hear what cut a feasible plan" wherebysomething the purpose of purchasing

ing it was said they were looking 57 votes evidently were in the Florida's next governor had to can be done. property and the construction ofthe
Warren column. He oat that the
for an extension ladder to pick i say. The high school band played: pointed white high school.
As result' of this state's share hi
few roasting ears. Anyway that i9! a "patriotic"vote for half an hour before his arrival tile.proponed Examination of the county' direct
two buses will the 57 flood control plan will be something -
the story going the rounds. Maybe, needs resulted in the decisionto
voters to Tallahassee next January like $3,000,000 a for
the story should be taken with a construct the consolidate
for the inauguration. "We several H said he
grain of salt-or, a whole box for years. $ chool. The high schools of Del-
to make this inauguration "would further than
plan a step
t go
that matter. I can't vouch for the! ray and Boynton were judged in
the most colorful In the history half-way" to do his full share'! inmeeting
tall corn since I haven't even seen s worse rendition than any otherhigh
of Florida." Mr. Warren said. this problem.
any sample roasting ears. schools in the county.

The board also voted to include

Have you visited the canal locks $150.000 in next years budget for

in Canal Point recently and watch- :Bayless Reports On War Against Flies construction of a ten classroom

ed the piscatorial artists fillingup i school for negroea in Belle Glade.County .

their strings to the lawful school architect Edgar

limit From the lower east coa,t Road Building In Planned By County Wortman of Lake Worth was instructed -

of Florida fishermen come almost I to draw up plans for the

daily to indulge in the great pastime State Since War In Its New BudgetProvision proposed building Both preliminary -

of taking the finny tribe and final plans and specifications -

from the waters of Lake Okeechobee. : must have the approval

It has just about come to the: TALLAHASSEE Florida has for a $ 0,000 war the state department of educa
and at exactly 2.30 p. m.
point where fishermen are losing reconstructed or improved approxi- against flies was included in a

the art of catching them with rubber mately 3.000 mile of its 8.736 mi'e -the time scheduled for his appearance $2.399,695 tentative general Palm tion.According to Mrs. Ehrabeti

bands-an art I discovered state maintained highway system state highway patrol Beach county operating budgetaccepted Hand, county school board mer.i-

years ago. New fangled fly attractions during the past three and one half sirens screeched ard the car carrying I by county commissioners ber. land known as the Mosley

are being dangled before tho years Veports Road Chairman Mr. Warren c2me to a atop la* Monday.: ' tract will be purchased for the site

eyes of the unsuspecting perch and Elgin Bayless. who stated that the I front of the court house where he The budget total represents a of the consolidated school Toe:

bream. Results are exceptionallygood. postwar road building program of spoke. $455.850 increase over last year's area lies north of Delray on

the Caldwell Administration was Smiling as usual and looking"fit budget of 1943845. The budget Swinton Avenue between the city

the greatest in the history of the as a fiddle after 30 days at will be advertised preparatory t., limits of Delray and Boynton

The board of county commissioners state. Hot Springs following a strenuousand final adoption Aug. 2. It calls for a This site has received the approval

boosted taxes in Palm It added 400 miles of new highway vigorous campaign the gov- tax levy of 1009 mills as againstlast of the state board.It .

Beach county less than a mill- to the network but Bayless ernor-nominee bounced out of hissecretary's year's 927-mill general county is planned that constructionwill !

only .82 of a mill to be exact. I warned further extensions will be car and started a full- operating levy.Commissioner bf started as soon as possible

Cause for this alight boost war impossible unless new revenue is sized one-man campaign of handshaking Lake Lytal and with the hope of having the school

build he could be officially for the fall term c:
request of the grand jury to provided.the before Paul Rardin said addition of anti- completed

- a children's home for colored, anew millions still coming in greeted by Mayor Hiram Raul- fly work was largely responsibl-r 1949. Mrs. Hand said.

county jail and other similar' from gasoline taxes will be httl? erson of Okeechobee. His knack of for this years tentative appropriation Funds to finance the building

items.In more than enough to maintain tLe I remembering names and faces was of $65.428 for mosquito andother program will come from state and

system as it stands and keep mak- cause for a great deal of favorable pest control compared witn local allocations.

ing improvements to modernizethe comment among spectators.Following - . .
the Glades district taxes will last year* figure of $50023.
8,700 nile net he said. his address I
be boosted more than in oth-: Previously announced plans fardeveloping
released Baxless reveal Lions Club Hears
Figures by graphers had a holiday shootin
parts of the county due to the request the new Phipps oceanfront -
that $71.211.000 was spent on pictures of the governor-nomme I
of the Western Palm Beach I park and other county park Youth SpeakersThree
construction and $17057.000 or. and many state legislators wrl'owere
County Public Hospital Board lva sere explained as the reason fo-
routine maintenance from January present for the speaking.Mann j
millage of 8.25 for operation of the county parks find is being; Pahokee High School students -
1948 June 30. 1948 otter pictures made
I, to were
the hospitals at Belle Glade and boosted in the tentative budget who represented the community -
During that period he said 400 ;with Okeechobee supporters of ],1.,1|
Pahokee. Last year the milla,;o i from C2.O05 last ;year! to $100. 0j at various national and
miles of road were built! more Warren.
was set at 5 mills and before th\t new j I this year Partl offsetting that tate youth gatherings Una simmer -
than 1 500 miles completely rebu'itand He thanked the voterfor tam I
the operation cost of the Pahokee commissioners said, is a reductionin were guest speakers at the
hospital had been only 1.75 mil'!*. almost :200 miles widened victory they gave him and prom- the Ocean blvd repair funJ Tuesday luncheon meeting of the
Thousands of feet of bridge were iSM action on the flood control t
This, of course, was before the federal from $124.772 last year to Lions Club. They Wf're11'"ft Bar-
constructed he reported.In question the lake fishing dispute
government gave the Belie _53 this jear 5100.-1 Iara"llkinlOn: one of the fluedelegates
and the citrus
addition to projects completed proMem.
to the district who represented' the
Glade hospital Other budget
on April 30. contracts had And he went a step farther ,,;t'l I major
*" Junior Red Cro of Pal.n
ret'o sly! were explained by a w Chapter
been awarded for $21. 239.0: .) his promise of the mort colorful j
.t't.e'l.I. Beach at the JRC National -
Had your vacation propnations for a Negro children's County,
work 624 miles cf inauguration in the history of
worth of on
The Everglades News crew will home at Riviera Beach and d Convention in San Francisco
13200 Florida..
get around to a little plain anl roads and $6.594000 for \elopment of the Gladys airpot jl It month Miss Yvonne Fra!e'.
He invited each county to senda !
fancy fishing during the last two feet of bndges. Pahokee. who attended Girls State in Tallahassee -
said the surplus float to his inauguration. lie rear
BaYless !
weeks in August. Don't get excited However Following up a previous! ineffective last month under the spon-
of several million dollars built suggested that the floats depict
about not receiving a paper dunn; plea for $10OOO for adnrtl4f IIOl"'Ihlp' o ftf-e American Legion
that which symbolic of
been was O1<
has exhausted -
those two weeks. You'll get it and up during the the war .snow the courty.New -.J:' the county through te crwm'yresources ,Auxiliary pest b). and LeUnl
and d..partmeht :
on time! Through the ;years! nv development board. Steve Shirley who attended Boys State

have perfected a plan whereby we I being: operated on a strct'v: I Willis chairman of the RDB ad. in Tallahassee under the sonso--
of thepaper current bisi: Sidetrack of Fred and Percy Mansfield?
see that regular editions h-salready FEC xe-twing committee, told the comrni ship
are in the mail while we ar. 1 This year the department that th- S2.5OO it Post S 0.Introduced.
$15.163. and Bay- *i"n Monday Rozelle.sreakern
Canal Point YardsThe Frank
cooling on the banks of a creKin .- : .*id budget for the RDB would ban i by
Georgia It call for a!; les said tbe 3lticiratf'dt'n' inadequate that it would be program chairman each of the
of $1-1.<"10.01'11) during the remaining minutes
legerdemain butf'ars: on t I I Florida Eat Coast Rail A aCon.panx :' 'squandered on an ad campaign I spert
(country: weekly and you pick u? I six; ninths of the year will t- has mixed a work tra.T I Commission Chairman C Y"Bvrd ; telling: the Lions of the happen

such things as a matter of course needed to meet exiting contractual and a large crew of laborers to i replied that the '2.'A>O wasn't I II jogs, at the assembly of youth

obligation' Canal Point where they are nowengaged I intended to pay for a whole :* Unless new revenue i il found to' ---
Next Thursday" a dxed-m-the- in the construction f>l &n I represented $30)
wool Republican will be gue tpeaher acti1tlf'Sf the State Road tvpartment additional sidetrack at the Canal memberships' I" ib. P.DB from Xr and Mrs Homer J. Clau.n -
Rotaryclub. will h< corf.ned to improving I <1 grandscn. Jack Star>y. wrll
at the Pahokee Point freight yards each county nm1--10f district
standards of the existing -
the leave this weekend for a sucomeevacatsoa
mdetrac'n. -
Rolf Kaltenborn. Republican The new approximately
i rr.a.r.tared: system of *.73o --on.- --- After a visit with rrU-
candidate for congress in the Sixth a haJ mile long with a I
district and an opponent of Congressman (Continued: on page 4) capacity for 45 cars is beirgfbu 1* : O. R. BIf'f'('!:. exalted ruler of tires In Sanford tl.yaiU: go to a

Dwight Rogers in the to* speedier and more efficient I I Pahokee BraE Lodge l&i. has camp in North Carolina and frwn

forthcoming November etettk'n.will tenborn. Young Kaitenborn lives .n dijtributicn of rtfrgerator cars in ben named a delegate to represent there on to New York where Mr

make his first appearance in Palm: Beach and plan an ardent the Pahokee-Car.Al POint area a- UeJoeal lodge at the Elks Clause will attend an lrtern.tuolconvention

the Glades. His a son of the campaign' in behalf cf his carridrracy. cording to H. L. Carter local FKCagent. I National Convention la Philadel of apple grower sad

famous commentator H. V Ksl- phia. Pa.. this rcrurcer ct tl1 INte,,".


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Two The Everglades :News, Canal Point. Florida Friday. July 16. 194


THE EVERGLADES NEWS meeting conferring and arguingin ments signed by growers groweihippers "- 1-they get their fruit, Morton said.
the world isn't going to help and grower-canners are Morton explained that Mutual is
the situation. Nor will all the ad-
Serving the Lake Otoeecnobee Farming Region arriving at Mutual headquartersdaily. not just a Polk County organization. -
vertising do any good until some-
Established 1924 Published Every Friday body gets busy and does*an intelligent He pointed out tha tunder the
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance job of dsitnbuting and merchandising A number of the big firms are new charter, two citrus men from

signing up. Most of the firms are each of the seven Florida Citrus
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office . fresh
packing houses which Commission districts would be
In Canal Point. Florida as Second Class Matter own grove acreage but some also elected by growers In the districtsto
Cinematic ChatterBy have canning facilities. Many aresigning' serve on Mutuars board of di-
Paul Rardin - Owner Editor PublisherThe
up growers from whom rectors.
Malcolm Millar I I
American people are accustomed to think of war afO'lght ,
only with military weapons-armies and ships and t
Victor Mature "The a ;
planes and hooting_ But there is a phase of war other than cowboy! It is unbelievable, when r

shooting, this is subversive war, and this war is now in progress we have been used to seeing him

.-Maj.-Gen. William! J. Donovan former head of OSS. in anything but Western drama. ; i Shrubs and Trees I
5s5 But it is true! So . see for yourself -

The domestic price structure in the U. S. will not be He and his leading lady ,

measurably affected: by the European Recovery Program. Coleen Gray, and a fine cast cf ALL VARIETIES AT RETAIL ,
assistant of State. featured players headed by Glenn ,
-Willard L. Thorp Secretary i
Langan. Reginald Gardner and
Fred Kolmer. will thunder on to I Authorized Sales and Service II
Children and dogs are a" necessary to the welfare of this the screen of the Prince Theatre I 1

country as is Wall Street and the railroads or any other Sunday-Monday, in "Fury at Furnace : JACOBSEN POWER AND t

thing.-President Truman, urging passage of the housingbill Creek."
This tale is taken right out cf : ; HAND LAWN MOWERS I

5s5 the pages of Western history immortalizing I t
Our success in stopping the infiltration of Communists the exploits of those=
who defied Indian attacks treachery ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO. I
be factor in
in thir country mr.y an important preventing I
World War III.-Harold E. Stassen. I and massacre to open up the Open Wednesday and Saturday afternoons :
West. This is the story of heroic I
5s5 II 1100 Southern Blvd. West Palm Beach
characters of the old West those I I ;
It is abvious to all that a ruthless dictatorship-probably it possible for this vast country
the most powerful the world has ever seen is launched of wealth to be opened for all ad- I Ij
upon a well-lhoucht-out program 8f destroying ill free institution enturers. j -- -- -- - -

*.-Paul G. Hoffman, ERP administrator. This is an actionated picture
5s5 that never has a dull moment . .

The recent conciliatory sounds from Russia are a direct no wasted time for "getting int,> I

recognition of the defeat in the Italian election, of the grow- the story," the picture thunder?

ing indications? of the success of t Marshall Plan and of roaring into the up tale to and the strange keeps right cliirax.en 4 SERVANT OF THE GLADES -

the news from America that we are strengthening our See you at the mo\ies-Mai. .
armed man bower and Air Force and legislation against the .

Communist fifth-Column tactics.-Harold E. Stassen, Re-
Citrus Mutual Is
To Miami
4 Buses
* * Signing Members
To West Palm Beach
Never has the railroad plant been so obsolete-it is shock- 60
ing.-Robert R Young chairman of the bard of the CS.O of the citrus shipped from percent Dally To Ft Myers & Lakeland

Railway, discussing the_ _status of American railroads.. Polk County, which produces a
little over a third of all fruit
1 I f-
day and has seen tons fruit on grown in Florida has been signeJ
TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY the trees and on the ground or has up in the last week by Florida Citrus Glades Motor Lines Inc.
followed truckload after truckloaJof Mutual it has been announcedby ,

citrus fruit on the way to some Jim Morton, Mutual organizing -
packinghouse. director. SERVING THE GLADES"

I realize that in some areas that The super-cooperative's n e .v
(By Russell Kay) have suffered for lack of rain & contracts have been off the presses
considerable quantity of fruit is only about a week and legal agree

A few weeks ago I took a trip poor grade that some has sprouted .
across the state driving through and some is dry. but in spite of
that there are millions of boxes of
mile after mile of beautiful grov2
country where trees were still fine edible fruit available in the
state and it is a pity that folk
laden with oranges and grapefru!: ..
and the ground under them was I who want it and are willing to pay
for it cant get it at a cafe o-
blanketed with drops.At I
Fort Pierce in the heart of i restaurant. We Build
while I'm at
I Another complaint
the Indian River country. I tried
to buy a half a grapefruit for it, is that even in the height of the

breakfast. They didn't have any. season many of our eating places
All I could get was canned juice insist on serving culls and fruit of Special Machinery And Farm Equipment
and want 15c *o
and a poor quality at that. I poorest quality
half for it while the poor
25c a
I asked the manager of the place I
"how come" I couldn't buy even a grower is begging somebody to
half grapefruit for breakfast. H,j take quality fruit off the tree at
shrugged his shapely shoulders and 15c a field crate. It just don'tmake We Have
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didn't look half as sorry as hesaid
I of folks throughoutthese
he was. explaining that thn
United States would be eating -
fruit this time of year wasn'tany I Florida orange and grapefruit Complete Facilities For All Types Of

for breakfast if they could get
Just out of curiosity I stoppedin and
I them and they want them
at a number of other eating Machine Work
have the" money to pay for then Shop Repair
places to see if any of them had but. unfortunately we have never
fresh citrus fruit. None had. Soir
intelligent -
been able to figure an
said it was too much trouble to system of distribution that
fix. others verified the statement fruit the market
would keep on
made by the first chap-the fruit and in the cafes and restaurantsof We Sell and ServiceWeed
vas no good.Driving the country available for folk

along the highway I who want it.
stopped at a frultstand offering We can step at any hot dog
both oranges and grapefruit by stand or wayside joint in any Choppers Irrigation Pumps
the bag. I bought a bag of each state in the Union. scream "Coca-
and cut and sampled' the fruit. It Cola" and the man will come a Water Troughs For Cattle
was delicious run-in'. But just walk tn o the
Since then I have stopped at j average establishment and ask for Hydraulic Mole Drain Machines
restaurants in a number of towns( a glass of fresh orange or grapefruit -
all in the citrus belt and on only' juice and they look at you Hydraulic Celery Ditching Machines
two occasions was I able to find like >..l'ere a' nutty as a fruit
anything but canned juice. In on. rake
i Hydraulic Celery Setting Machines
instance the waitress recommended -I' A guy might expect to find.
tomato when I said I'd at far
juice fruit hard to get some point
rather have fresh citrus than can- dIstant from the area in which it Farm Wagons & Carts Dump Style
oed' is grown but it certainly ought to
And growers all over the stat be a'ailablee'f'f' here in Portable Crane & Hoisting Machines
are holding meetings to try and Florida
see what can be done about the I We have cantelvxipes from th
citrus Industry We are in he \ Carolina. watermelons from Geo--
midst of organizing! a Florida gia. apple from Virginia, Honeydews Contract Work Solicited All Work Fully Guaranteed

Citrus Mutual which it Is hopM .I : from California but have t '

will solve our problem and maybe -i, quarrel with the waitress and nk '
it will but if you ask me w<* being thrown out of the joint when
need to do a hellaxa big sales Jot we ask for a half a grapefruit inFlorula i
right here at home. II And then we pick up a I Farm Machinery & Supply CompanyCanal
When F1.'n.1iansp.'rattn eating paper and read about the ternb II
,. establishment* tell a customer I plight of the poor citrus grower
who asks for fresh citrus fruit that I and how in the world is he going
II Point. Fla. Phone 531Page
it'sno goinV ortoo muen to find a market for his t!'uii. it
trouble to fix" and suggests tomato makes a guy wait to page alert.,
juice instead, it !sounds powei- mer SrerJ and offer him the job j
full s.lly to a guyy who has been of Citrus Czar or Oonx.Ul1ng
driving through grove country .'1 As I see it, aU the organizing



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,,0". 'That's right! When you must walk on the highways in rural I II
: or suburban areas, always walk on the left side of the road j
I -facing traffic. r I

There is plenty of reason for this. Last year for every per '
I I son killed facing traffic three were killed walking with traf- I
I I fic. 24 Floridians lost their lives and 33 were injured walking j
the wrong way instead of facing oncoming: cars. For every
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daytime fatality there were 4 deaths during the dusk and /
dark hours. Six more people lost their lives merely standing i
1 "Mr. Motorist- in the road. !

I I. Never assume you are safe when walking on the highways :
I -many times you are hard to see. Then, too, the despicable .
I' i [SAFE-DRIVING'' hit and run driver is still at large-his numbers and his vic ;

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i ; these car cowards. :
; So remember for your own sake-on highways, walk to
I the left facing traffic-be alert to danger-be alive tomorrow.
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Bayless Reports On- of the evistence of Hell." The following Yvonne Fraser Is CHURCH OF CHRIST warfare with the flesh in which

Sunday morning, "The SCI&"TIST"LIFE" we must conquer sin. sickness, and

Continued from page 1 Bible Proof of the existence of th<* Auxiliary SpeakerMiss is the subject of the death either here or hereafter-
Devil." Lesson-Sermon which will be real certainly before: we can reach the
meet the ever increasing
miles to
Yvonne Fraser. who attended -
goal of Spirit or life in God
traffic needs. Bayless said. The popular expression, "Man's Girls State in Tallahassee in Churches of Christ Scientist,
(324:13 The .
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should establish -
He said Federal aid apparently Inhumanity to Man. last month under the sponsorship throughout the world on Sunday, . .
will be reduced and gas tax re- in fewer than 10 minutes the | of the American Legion AuxiliaryPost July 18.The .
ceipts cannot sustain the program fact of the presence of a wicked; 90, was guest speaker at a Golden Text is: "As tar Billy Jernigan Is
unless the Road Department 13 power that causes us to "act the meeting of the Auxiliary at th? Father bath life in himself; so
given a greater share of the tax. way we do." All attending are invited home of Mrs. Hugo Hoe Tuesday hath he given to the Son to havs I Fellowship DelegateBilly
"Plans are prepared. Inspectionand to bring their Bibles. The night. Introduced by Mrs. Kenneth life in himself" (John 5:26).
is series of messages on. "Israel, the Jernigan has been appointed -
personnel Miss
supervision Mock auxiliary president Among the citations which comprise -
New State." will be continued Sun- ft) represent the Glades sur>-
band contractors with adequate Fraser. gave some highlights of I the Lesson-Sermon is thfollowing :!
The llth chapter o? district Methodist Youth Fellow-
machines and day night. Gir.s
facilities in men. significant happenings at from the Bible: "Enterye
Romans will be considered. Th3 ship, at the Methodist Young People's -
material are available. But unless State and thanked the auxiliaryfor in at the strait gate: for wide is
young people's choir with MU Leadership Assembly at Lake
additional revenue is forthcomingthe its sponsorship.The the gate and broad is the way
Peggy Ann Moberg at the piano, Junaluska. N. c.. this summer.
postwar highway program duties of the various of- that leadeth to destruction and I
will augment the song service. Billy son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J.
must be curtailed. ficers of the auxiliary were explained many there be which go in thereat:i
A baptismal service will be con- Jernigan of Clewiston. made his
Commenting on the high cost of : to members by Mrs. MOCK Because strait is the gate and
Church home with his uncle
ducted by the First Baptist and aunt. Mr.
construction now. Bayless said who announced an area conferenceof narrow is the way which leadetn
at and Mrs. A.
of Pahokee Sunday afternoon R. Harrington in Can-
mile has increased Auxiliary and few there be that
the cost per the American Legion unto life
3:30, Canal Point Baptist Churca. al Point the past year while at-
that of 1928-32 held Fort Lauderdale on' find it" Matthew .
73 per cent over to be in ( 7:13. 14)
The public is cordially invited. tending Pahokee High School.
when it was the lowest in history. Aug. 1.Mrs. The Lesson-Sermon also includesthe
' "The highway dollar Just like . Georgie Moon was intro- following passage from the . .

the consumer's dollar has become Mr. and Mrs. Geo B. Ramey and duced aa a guest. Christian Science textbook.... Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Thomas, Jr..
inflated." he said. children David and Phoebe Ann . ence and Health with Key to tae returned this week from a visit
Labor wage rates have increased plan to leave this weekend for a Mrs. Mabel Thompson Mrs. Ed Scriptures," by Mary Baker Eddy: with relatives in Louisiana. They
141 per cent from the depression visit with his mother. Mrs. Mattt' Barnes and Wallace Barnes 'left "The wiry. is straight and narrow, were accompanied home by her

years to the present time he Ramey and other relatives in .this week for a visit of several which beds to the understandingthat mother. Mrs. Maude S. Pankey.
added and increases in the cost of Spring Hill, Kans. I weeks in Swainsboro Ga. Godts the only Life. It is a who is their guest.
material varied from 25- to 300 percent

depending on the commodity.
During the present administration -
the Road Department has be- 4r
gun the inter-regional and secondary -
highway programs. The inter
regional system when completedwill
provide the state with one:
super highway down the East

Coast another down the peninsular .
through the central part of the
state one from Jacksonville to
Pensacola and one across the state
from Daytona Beach lo Tampa. -

Among the major projects completed :
or now under constructionare
the Hogan Road from South!
Jacksonville to Jacksonville Beachat

a cost of $3,000,000; the Broad-
way Bridge at Daytona at a cost
of $91.500.000; the Baker's Haul-
over Bridge in Dade County $1440,000 ,-
; a section of Road 9. 27th
Avenue in Miami $1.036,000; the
Bayou Chico Bridge in Escambit
County $600.000 and several link3of .
Road 25 in Highlands County a:

a cost of $1,250,000.Baptist .

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Fund To

Purchase Land GrowsThe

members and friends of thj
First Baptist Church of Pahokeewill
be glad to know that the
amount necessary ot arrange for
the purchase of the 55 feet adjacent .
to the Sunday School and
Training Union building $1350 to
rapidly nearing fruition. With the
receipt of $100 this week the total
on hand by the treasurer Horace
Unwin approximates $900.
This accomplishment in view t-t ..
the season of the year is most
noteworthy. Again Exodus 36:1-7
proves itself. Also of interest to
many, as a result of the Rev. REDDY /CIIOWATTJo
Stanley Smith's mission here sev- y_ ..... .......
eral Sundays ago the treasurer
sent a check in amount $200 for
the building program on the Dani.l
Indian Reservation. This outstand-
ing Baptist Indian is leading in a
marvelous manner. He and his ..JI

group of singers will be back one 1
Sunday night this coming season.
The singing of the newly organ-
ized quartet of the Pahokee Men's
Bible Class Messrs.! R. W. Single- 1Je

tary. R. Cowart. Dr. Spooner andGene
Butler 1* one of the highlights f (
of the programs presented (
each Sunday rhornlng at 9:45. This (
Sunday's lesson. "Naomi the I

Woman of Faith. will be presented ,
by the teacher. Rev. C. A. M<>-
berg. Plans for a fellowship fish 85
fry are in the making. An announcement
will be made concerning ,

this by the social vice presi- .
dent. Homer Barnes. The claw
boasts of several in its membership -
who know. how to catch fisn. ,
and judging from the results thus
fAr name good eating is in store
for all interested. A most cordial

invitation is extended to all unaf- MIDI t/we CIT [IJrIlV
filated men and visitors to attend. :
Fellowship Hall on Bacom Point

Several days ago a Mr. Andrews -
BENEFIT from the six great new power
of Annapolis. MJ, a Sunday
School teacher for some 30 year plant installations and hundreds of other

announced he could prove in 10 projects included in our $85,000.000program
minutes "that there b no devil
to bring MORE POWEIL_
also no hell." His challenge to t'u
"any three Protestant ministers" BETTER SERVICE!

has been met. Rev. C. A. Mober.;
will present an exegesis this Sua- J
day.morning on, "The Bible Proof
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Six The Everglades News, Canal Point. Florida Friday July 16. 19- S-

Apelgren McClureMr. Legion Group Plan Veterans Urged To EAL BARBECUE PICNIC I MARINES SIGN ti'JACKSONVILLEOne

:MIAMI-Hialeah Race Course hundred

Summer MeetingsMembers i Attend Insurance was put to still another use last three Floridians entered the U. S.
: and Mrs. O. B. McClure of
week when Eastern Air Lines Marine Corps and its reserve com-

Pahokee announce the engagementand of the Canal Point I Everglades veterans of World staged a barbecue picnic for an ponent during the month of June.

approaching marriage of their American Legion Post 242 and tae :War TJ were warned today that the i ii estimated 5,000 employees in th3 according to an announcement by

daughter Miss Virginia Ann McClure Legion Auxiliary at separate i liberal reinstatement privileges on grandstand of the showplace Captain K. E. Flake.
this week voted to meet
meetings I National Service Life Insurance. track. Captain Eddie Rickenbacker Of the total number 75 enlisted
to Robert Donald
Apelgren jointly for a social get-togethc"
son of Mr. and Mrs. George ApeI- and pot-luck on the secor.J I would expire July 31. Jim Staf i ii presented 125 prizes including in the regular Marine Corps and

of New Britain Conn. supper i ford County Veterans Service Officer three automobiles to the winners 28 enrolled in the reserve. Enlistments -
gren Monday nights of each month
The wedding, which will take starting Aug. 9. This arrangementwill i for this area, urged all vet of a company letter-writing con- were effected in all part"
erans who have let their insurance test. Hialeah's ad- and included
place at the Pahokee First Meth- last through the summer and During the war of the state mea
:lapse to reinstate before the dead- ministration building and clubhouse from Tallahassee in the north to
odist Church on Sunday. Aug. 1, possibly longer if it proves satis- '
at 4 will be followed were used as headquarter Homestead in the south.
p. m., by a factory to both groups. line."In "
reception at the home of the brideelect's the past few months. Stafford !' for the gigantic Miami Air Depot,

stated "several World War and the barns for storage of parts.
Bacom Point I
parents on
Road. National Guard Busy n veterans of this section have a NOTICE
Miss McClure following gradu- At Fort JacksonFORT died and left their families desti- Woman's Society In July 2nd. 1948. -
This carelessness. HEREBY GIVEN that
tute. is deplorable NOTICE IS
ation from Pahokee High School
JACKSON-South Caro- Any veteran can afford :!t Monday MeetingA pursuant to Section 9 of Chapter
attended Florida
Southern College 18296. Laws of Florida Acts of 1937.
Lakeland and received a BS degree lina's sizzling July heat wave ha; least $1.000 worth of this wonderful known aa the UURPHT. ACT. and In
pursuance of Chapter 20658. Laws of
in home economics at tne failed to wither the concentrated protection. summer mission study of Florida. Acts of 1941. known as tha

University of Alabama. She is a efforts of Florida's National Gua'-d The service officer cited recent China. from the text "Ten Thous- EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DISTICT-

member of the Alpha Chi Omega units of the 51st Infantry Division Veterans Administration figures and Years was! presented by MIA ACT. the In following Everglades described Drainage land.District situated -

Sororit).. Following a dietetic internship training here until July 18. shoving that only 37 billion dollarsof D. D. Caudill. Mrs. R. J. Schrod-r In Palm Beach County. FlorIda. will be

at Walter Reed General While the Fort Jackson area NSLI coverage is still in effect and Rev. C. T. Howes at a meet- the offered highest for and sale best at public cash' bid.outcry subject for

Hospital Washington, D. c., she topped the nation in temperatureat of the 150 billion which has be e'i ing of the Woman's Society of to the rights of the Trustees of the

was employed as a dietitian with 102 degrees. 1.900 Floridian, issued. Christian Service at the Pahokee Internal Improvement Fund and of the-
Board of Commissioners! of Everglade
the Statler Hotels. At present sec along with 4.500 South Carolina Under the expiring regulations First Methodist Church Monday Drainage District to reject any and alt

is associated with the Universityof guardsmen, have been busily en- the insurance can be reinstate; afternoon.Mrs. I bIds. at the Court-house beginning at
10:00: O'Clock A. M on the 6th day o*-
Miami main campus cafeteriaas gaged in absorbing as much Army without a physical examinationand J. M. Elliott ,vice president August. 1948. As to all land outside the

dietitan and manager. life in a fortnight as possible. with the payment of only one who presided in the absence of the corporate limits of any municipality
as of this date, title to one half of all
:Mr. Epelgren attended schools Major General Sumter L. Lowry, back premium. The Veterans Ser- president Mrs. John A. Dulan,, petroleum and three fourths of other
in New Bntian. Conn. and serv- Jr., Tampa, who is commander of vice Office is located in Belie named Mrs. R. F. Hurt Mrs. C. T. mineral will be .-nby Trustees of

ed for six years in the U. S. the 51st Division, classifies the Glade on Mondays Wednesdaysand Howes and Mrs. R. J. Schroder on lands the Internal are within Improvement said corporate Fund.limits If

Merchant Manne. He is now a training as imperative preparationfor Fridays, and is open at Paho the visiting committee for July. as of this date the reservation applies

student at the University of Mi- any national emergency that kee on Tuesdays Thursdays and The group voted to increase but privilege will conducted to explore on mine and and under develop -

ami.No might arise. General Lowry state Saturdays. contributions to foreign missio-s--:- land only with the consent of the surface -

formal invitations are being flatly that the United States must . ary work in China from $75 to owner.
Easement for road right of way 200.
issued but all friends of the coupleare prepare to meet the danger caused $100 annually. The purchase of a feet wide will be reserved by said.

invited to attend the wedding. by the course now being pursue:! Ninety-two employees of Flori- ventilating fan for the churci Trustees from any parcel through
da Airways, filling positions at which there Is an existing State road:
by Russia. nursery was authorized and Mrs.I. and easement for drainage and reclamation : -
"We intend to take advantage general offices and maintenance J. Frasure Jr.. finance chairman and for road purposes will be
CANAL POINT METHODIST shops at Orlando and at ten oth- reserved by the Board of Commissioner
of every minute in every day of was asked to have her com- of Everglades Drainage District
CHURCH training." he asserted. "And when er stations in north and central mittee make a recommendation on Fifty percent W:) of all oil gas and
Ralph A. Fuller. Pastor Florida have a total of 190 jeaia the of for mineral rights will be reserved* by the
purchase a projector
the time comes, we intend to le
Board of
Commissioners of Everglades
Friday July 16 Today) ready." and 8 months experience.Classified sound motion pictures for the Dratnave District

3:30 Junior Fellowship. church. Description Se Tw. Rg Ac.
7:30 Choir Rehearsal. Florida's citizen soldiers represent Lot 10. Block 1. Bunker -
the 116th Field Artillery and :Mrs. James H. Wilson invited ail Hill Addition to
Sunday July 18 AdsFOR of West Palm Beach
51st Division from members to attend a meeting as
9:15 Morning Chimes. headquarters In PB 10 P 8 ____- 4 44 43
Tampa, the 211th Infantry Regiment the Mary Martha Circle at he" Lots 10 & 11. Block 8.
10:00 Sunday School. :N. V. :Matson : -

Supt.. Topic "Naonv. covering most of the state, SALE: New and used Willys home Monday .at-8.p. m. Tuxedo PB 11 P Park 46 _as_ .__In_. 32 43 43

and Headquarters Detachmentfrom Jt't'ps.'alter Asnley Garage in TRUSTEES OF THE INTERVAL
Woman of Faith"
St. Augustine. Belle Glade Phone 126. Jllcb The second group of girl scouts IMPROVEMENT FUND OF THE
11:00 Morning Worship Service. One will re- STATE OF FLORIDA
from Troop
Sermon: "and Caleb said'c With ranks recently swollen by BOARD OP COMMISSIONERS 05'EVEReiLADES
SEPTIO tanks and traps turn home tomorrow after ! able!" the onrush of young men of draft grease
6:15 are Evening Vesper Chimes. age. basic Army training is being cleaned and repaired. Phone ing 10 days at the Deer Lake J. Alex DISTRICT.Arnette Agent for Trustee.

given for their benefit, as well as 3872 Bob Douthit Pahokee. M17c Camp near Ocala. Mr. and Mrs. C. of the Internal Improvement Fund
8:00 Evening Worship Service. R. Bleech are leaving today ti and for Board of Commissioners of
Sermon: "Our Feverish Day"Monday the more advanced specialized Everglades Drainage District. Palm
S.LESM.'Al'iII"TED' Asbestos them home in a station
: bring Beach County. Florida
jobs which are being taught.
July 19. . Siding and roofing contact man. wagon. Pub.: July 2. 9 and US, 1948
9:15 Pastor on WSWN (Belle
Florida Remodeling and Construction -

Glade) Radio Devotional"sub Patsy Elliott Wins Co.. Box 898 Belle Glade NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
jt>ctrile Secret Place. SELL LAND
Spot In ContestMiss Phone 364. TF NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. thatmirsuant
At the recent Jurisdictional Conference -
of Section 15 (ii. ChaptT
held in Columbia, S. c.. the 20658 Laws of Florida. Arts of 1941.
Jacksonville area was created Patsy Elliott, daughter of : and Section 67. Chapter 14717 Lana of
and Cut Mr. and Mrs. B. Elliott in Paho 1 International Diesel TD-35 Florida Acts of 1931. as amended by Prince Theatre
composed of Florida Section 11. Chapter 2O858 Laws of
Trac Tractor; 1 6-foot Tandem )
kee. placed second in a talent
confennct's.Ve are indeed sorryto Florida Acts of 1941. the following dffKTlbed -
contest at the Lake theatre in Athens Harrow, Timken Bearings; and in Palm Beach County.
learn that Moore will
Bishop Lake Worth 1 Set of: 3-6 foot Caldwell Choppersfor Florid to-wit:
not administer this area. New 17elected on Tuesday night. Description Se TW. Kg Ac. Pahokee, FloridaSunday
Miss Elliott sang a medley of pasture maintenance. All of] Lot 3. Block 2. Bunker
Bishop Roy Short, I
prom- above has Hill Addition No. 2
three songs which won warm applause Equipment been reconditioned !
inent southern Methodist will havechargt" to WV't Palm PesehasinPa3OP:2
and favorable comment following and in first class condi- 1 4 44 43
of the Jacksonville area.
her presentation. First tion. Nichols Equipment Co.. Seb- Trart 11. Block 60. -Monday

the contest a nng. Fla.. Located by A. C. I Palm Beach FarmsCompany
place in was won by Plat No 3 10 18-19
Mrs. Vinson Henderson and Lake Worth girl who played tile Depot P. O. Box 58, Phone 6811. S,z __ ._ 29 42 :39 370 July
w7ft.of E432ft.of:
daughter. RosiE" Marie, accompanied violin. 4TPKOK
N 108 ft of SE1. OF
by her mother. Mrs J. W. NE'. OF NW'. _h_ 33 43 43:

Rogers, and her brother J. A. RENT: Waterfront Cottageson Low 3 k 4. Block -D*.
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Seib>nmorgan. have returned froma Tucker have as a guest this' week cool Indian River excellent li PB 7 P 48 _. 14 44 36
fishing. special summer week-end will he offered for sale at public outcryfor
visit with relatives St.
in Augiutine. Miss D. roth
their daughter ) :/ the highest and tw.t rash bid. un-
I Tucker of Las Vegas. Nev. rates Phone 156-J or write -Cro<;s- sect to the right of the Board of Com- Creek"starring

rladsJen..<;t'n Beach. Fla. ml..In' of Everglade Drainage>14-
flct to reject any and all bld. at thCOllrthOl. -
-.... beginning at 10 00 O'CIocJA -
.:SCiJ.Io: U Sl'KIN<;KK & Cocker \f on the 6th day of Mifr i..t. 1943Favment .

Spaniels A K C K.-gi' UreJCrnmmon for drainage and reclamation Victor :Mature
and road purpose will be r- ervwtrlfty j ,
blood lines Oar show percent (SOof all oil gas and
Milk Means GrowthWithout wins" prove our quality A limited mineral rights win also be reserved I Coleen Gray
in: rber of puppies available DRAINAGE- DIS- I I Glenn I.rnranNotice ,
Priced i from $35 1-:. F. Cu!'fcman. TRICT

Pahokee, Phone 4"; ) Jl'''.1 J. .Vex Arnette. a* Aent for
certain elements in his said Board I _
PuVIh July 2. 9 and IS 1548 iI.
FOR SXI.E: "-r(>om home 2 baths
diet baby would lack bounce and ridge lotin Pahokee. VelvaI I. I

Elliott, real estate broker Phon..- .

de-'Clop 21M or 1011. 2t;

To Growers And Stockmen!
HHJ x.\LK: b.iPin"ss and resid 'nt-

:al 1..ts. gooi location Vela ,
Afar Pa teul'izedIilk is the
Elliott real estate broker. Phones
The I'.1n tI.s I'ROIUTTION CREDIT .\>snI -
:'sl or :'011 2 c I'
safest milk for b b
your a y. (' .\Tnx.nrl The National Farm Loan Association

, Homogenized with the all- HH S1. laST Sec: 11.: Warm>2r l acresi Farm next LanJ to I cit') h. .'e !"vpr,'*entr.tive* at Pahokee and IMIe (Lads!

important Vitamin D added is Canal Point labor camp excellent for t'' e pun"1"1'' of interviewing farmer and takin?

: location for getting day labor ai
the choice of many mothers for I I bean pukcr Phone SCI. Clulk!f

baby feeding. Be safe when you i \\ tI.L III..IM.: sBob Plhokcet M. I*. Holman. Inc. Fertiii7 Hou e, on

I DouTbit r.lhl' u' Kla. Phone 1''ri'ays.! July 2nd. l:th. 23rd. 3mh and Au;u.t
buy milk look for the Alfar 3':2. July 16'n
emblem -
_ 6th and 1;tit, between the hours of 10:(,,) a. m. and
FOR RENT: House. 3 room ab -.! 3:00
p. m.
I th. :2 rules north rf Canal

Pivrt. Phone 33M
I Helle; Clade: at the office of Van Landinyham Brother -

LFABelle !I on Thurit.ayi, July 1st, rth, 15th, July 22n('.

\ CHILLS 1 FEVER 2!th end: August 5th and 12th, between the hours of

1 ):OC a. m. and 3:00 p. m.

Interviews will I* rpT(>Ciated. ;
Glade - Phone 20

REUEYED666 (A or.-s-cni ) ; i i'i:

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Injury - - Death !

I -.-.i : : Every Violation of the center line of safety is a potential pre-.. Ii i
lade to accident.

Crossing: into the danger zone can occur at the approach to
the top of a hill-on a curve-going into an underpass, or f
even on the straight highway. That's reckless, dangerous I li!
driving! Accident records show that about one half of all II j
fatal traffic accidents result from bad driving habits such a*, '
Mr. PedestrianWALK 11'1
4 these

I SAFELY It's your responsibility to yourself, your family and to ilJ
others who share the road to avoid these "Pass-Pockets" !)
LIVE where lurk injury-and death. 4 I.

LONGER Don't let impatient driving tag your conscience with beingone
of those who contributed to the maiming or death of the II
hundreds of thousands who will be auto accident victims this

year. I II
.... You eon be a safe driver if yom wflL Iff up to you. <
SW OUT MOM - -- -
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N Paul Rardin PublisherFriday.
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Mrs. Becky Starling and daugnter. Edwin Dannelly Has
Judith Lloyd and mother New Ramie Plant

Mrs. Bertha L. Starling left this' Birthday PartyEdwin

week for a visit in Cairo Ga., ana For Glades Area

New Jersey.Dr. Dannelly celebrated his

and Mrs. L. W. Armstrong fifth birthday anniversary at a

will leave Sunday for New York Russell N. Edwards :Miami party given by his mother Mrs.Evel"n .
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Kingston
Mr. and :
Mrs. James Odom of
City where he will represent the
their home 'a
Dannelly, at
have returned home from a visit engineer reported Monday he has Pahokee announce the birth of a
Pahokee Lions Club at the Natior.- Canal Point Wednesday afternoon.The .
with his parents at Fort Myers solved the age-old problem of processing daughter. Gail Lanette at the
al Lions Convention in that city. hostess used a color schemeof
Beach. The Armstrongs plan also to visit ramie fibre and a new pink and green in party dec- Everglades :Memorial Hospital on
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Wethering- 11.
relatives in Ohio before returning company which he heads is eqUIp- orations and presented the guests July
ton. Jr.. have gone to Ohio to drive Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Godwin of
home. ping a plant at Belle Glade for with hats horns and novelty suck-
back ambulance for
a new Berry'sFuneral
Okeechobee announce the birth of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank O'Conntll
commercial ers as party favors. She was assisted
Home. production.The a son Larry Olen at the Everglades
retumei -
and daughter Ann have of
in the serving refresh-
Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Thompsonhave company is Ramie Industries :Memorial Hospital
from Augusta. Ga., where they ments of ice cream and cake by on
as guests :Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Inc., of which Edwards is July 11.ROYAL.
relatives. On
week with
spent a
her mother. Mrs. C. R. Wetherin-
Thompson and daughter. CarolAnn
John Price Hoberman
the way home they stopped at president. ton Sr., and by Mrs. Glynn Carr. . .
of Houston. Texas.
Gainesville Fla.. where they visited Miami is vice president. Jerome
Mr. and Mrs. Inman W. Weeks Guests were Mike Maxson. Al-
another daughter. Mrs. Frank Waterman Tampa department SERVICE PROGRAMA
returned Sunday from a vacatio Sganga and Mr. Sganga and son 'store executive ia secretary and len Jones Dianne Hollon. Billy and

spent in North Carolina. They aUo Upon their return to Cnal Point Robert R. Guthrie New York department Carolyn Maxson Janette Harrington royal service program wa

visited in Beltsville Md., while their daughter Ann returned t? store official is treasur- Larry and Blanchard Brancn. presented by Mrs. L. M. Mullis at

away. Miami where she is employed. er.The Judy Buchanan, Billy Johnson a meeting of the Lottie Moon
Mr. and Mrs. Audie F. Hooks. Word has been received in Pa- i company is fully financedand Sandra Upthegrove Judy Pug:!. Circle 'First Baptist Woman's

Jr.. have returned from a weddirgtrip hokee of the sudden death in Miami i has no stock or bonds for sal, Skeets and Pam Boe Ann Sims. Missionary Union at the church

to North Florida and are now of Harold Lattman. former I said Edwards. Glenda Kay Carr. Linda Hand. Monday afternoon. Others taking

. making their home in the Ray- operator of Littman's Cafe in Pa- i His chemical-mechanical pro Susan Lyndel Chastain Kappy and part in the program were Mrs. J.

mond Christian residence on Ba- hokee. Mr. Littman was stricken :cess will convert raw ramie into Amy Roell Young Glenda Sears E. Unwin Mrs. G. C. Connell and
com Point Road. finished fiber in 20 minutes. The and Bonnie Clark.
suddenly with a liver infection and :Mrs.! Margaret Thompson.
The Mary Martha Circle First lived only a few days after being Belle Glade plant will have 20

Methodist WSCS will meet at the stricken. His wife. Adeline is in to 50 units each capable of pro-
home of Mrs. .Jamee H. Wilson on
ducing 300 pounds of finished
Miami where she is in the rea1
Monday at 8 p. m. A mission study estate business. fiber and hour without waste he
on China will be presented -
program Mrs. J. V. Thomas. Jackie and
by Mrs. John E. Wilson. Nancy Lee left Wednesday for a said.Ramie, worn by ancient Egyptians -
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mock w.ll
visit with Mrs. Thomas' parentsin has always been expensive
leave tomorrow on a summer vacation Marianna. On the way up they to convert because its fibers are
which they plan to spend encased in pulp. Separating -
plan to spend a night at the homeof gluelike
in North Florida and North Caro- Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Kilpatrickin fiber from pulp has been a

lina.Mr. Sanford. slow' hand-labor process\ of beating -

and Mrs. J. T. Boynton. Mrs. Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn of Clewis- soaking and stripping. Edwards O

Alma Farrow and Miss Lucilte ton was the guest of Mr. and Mis. said his process changes aU

Williams were among those who Lewis Davis in Pahokee on Thursday this.Some
left this week to spend vacationsat and Friday.Mr. 10,000 acres of ramie capable -

Hendersonville N. C. and Mrs. A. R. Harringtonand of producing 40000.000 sG S

J. B. Snyder is recuperatingfrom daughter Janette, are spending pounds of raw ramie are grown in d

injuries suffered in a recentcar this week in Hollywood. the Lake Okeechobee region. Ed- # ; &

accident.Mr. . wards said his Belle Glade plant

and Mrs. John A. Dulany Cotton is used in more tha will be able to convert it all into pNa

and eon. Philip Allen are vaca- 7,000 different applications according fiber quickly and more cheaplY

tioning at Jensen Beach. to SKF Industries, Inc.. than ever before. pc

Mrs. L. W. Mullis and daughter reporting on a record-breaking use The finished product-a linen-

Carol Ann. are visiting her mother. of anti-friction bearings in $400000,000 .- like fiber with silk lustre-has a

Mrs. T. Weatherington.. in Mayo. worth of new textile ma- ready market capable of unlimited .
Ma. chinery. expansion said Edwards. It is

i stronger than other fibers its

_ __ 0 strength increases when wet andit
is mildew and rot proof.


Bring us your TIRE TROUBLESTires -. I Mr and Mrs. Thurmond W.

Knight and on. Tommy. ar'"

are our business, any size, any I' Harbor.spending several days at Safety

type to fit your particular need.PAUL'S .
Report of Condition of
of Pabokee. In the State of Florida at
I the close of btnlne* on June 30. 1948. NORTH EAST SOUTH
Ca banks.n. balance Including with reserve other OR WEST . . .

CANAL POINT FLORIDA -| !; balance proct-w and of collection cash ItemsIn _.SI.387.209 M Tcke your choice of Summer's r ond-

United obligations States direct Government and est pleasure lands GREYHOUND

guaranteed __ ________ 1.508387.50 _ : m) Will TAKE YOU I Seasoned vacationers -
of State and
.0 00 0 ___ 0 0 0__ 00 ___ Obligations political subdivisions __ 4S.1S5.Ch have found Greyhound's big

.. 4 p4,.4 p4:M t 4 M 4:+ M P4,*.. 4 4).: 4 p4 p4v Other debentures bonds notes and______ S 000 00 new air-conditioned luxury buses
Loans and discounts ..... 0 1.2-16.914 u 4 tiffed with every facility for complete
______ .01 -
Bank premises owned
t Office Machine Headquarters JUndenvood i: travel enjoyment.low fares to every
TOTAL ASSETS n _S4.192 666 SI where for
means money an
4 Typewriters Demand deposits d Individuals extra stay. Check your holiday compass -
.!. Sundstrand Adding Machine /t.. partnerships and exotic
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mow. Marchant Calculating Machines f. Time deposits of Individuals West exciting great cities sparkling
partnerships and
*I A. B- Dick Mimeographs j. corporations 0_ __0_ 538 40Th .--b beaches or cool green mountains -
t Elliott Addresso Graphs *< Deposits of United States
'l e- then the best !
Government Including go woy-GREYHOUND
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F & E Check Writers { postal avtneM ll..4278
Deposit of States and political
:s HALSEY & GRIFFITH INC. j subdivisions _0"0 765 7r..21: .
IVpoMt: of banks .. 0". 2693873 SEE MORE

c JL. Phone 2-3883 West Palm Beach Ai : :3ther officers'deposits chf'<'k-(certified t'le' &_ 11.75913

.)+< .)+.).x..:..:..:..:..:..:.<..:..:..:.<. :. : :..:..,6. TOTAL Deposit.: .$3901.50891 SAVE MORE

Including subordinated
obligations! shown bl<'' > *3 901 508 91
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Surplus 14000000
COTTAGES ON THE BEACH 1 Reserves Undivided lane profits retirement.0 account 00- 9065760

for preferred capital 1050000 Atlanta ....._____.... $IO.6U(

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11 _- Chicago __....m..... 19.60
CAPITAL ACCOUNTS: t4 192 F<4! 51
Spend the hot summer months on a Florida East ::11' Thl bank capital consists cf First Louisville 17..T: )
preferred stock with total par value of ._........
Coast Rl'3ch-Cool l Trade Winds Ocean Bathing 110 5O OO. total retlrable value

; -Fishing--Sport Xe\v Cottages having Living ''I'I'I ItO SOC 00; Common stock with total
1 ?- of S39 MO OO
par value **,*, 11% r.. a. All A*... ?.'..
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to Mrurr llabllltlr and
I for other purposes o. ft 053 542 SCI L CHASSIS A CilTHOUNO
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Completelyurni;>hed Ready to Move In bore-r.anwi bank <*, solemlr swear" '
that the atone statement U true and a R
that It fully and correctly: represents I
Near The Ocean On The InletLow
the true state of the several matter -
I I I herein contained and set forth to tfc..
best of my knov'.e and t-l.f: ('.\\ITfJ-'ifU: : : OKI'<-TOKI:
Rates of $ 3.00
: Weekly .
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I Write For Details t H M MrlctorhDirector.

-. Freud

State .ef Florida. Countr ef Pala

P. O. Box 1372: Telephone 1048 Beacc" and subscribed before ic.

thuJi dar of ; 1,U.
Fort Pierce Florida i iR Ju.j and I
hereby eeruf that I am cot aa officer GREYHOUNDPage
R or director cf thai hank.VI .
T commiMion expires February 11
( SXALl Notary PutKc

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