The Everglades news

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The Everglades news
Alternate title:
Belle Glade news
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Everglades News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
July 23, 1948
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
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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Speer Shows What Plans Kirchman New Concern StationOn RRC Member W. C.King Hears Will' Ask Bids On

His Office Does In Padgett PropertyA State TB HospitalFor

Six Month PeriodA several real weeks estate ago deal is consummated of interest to Rardin's Phone ComplaintFirst Palm Beach Co.Bids .

Pahokee and Glades resde-nts.: It

few days ago this newspaper is that in which Duncan Padgeitsold for construction of the new
requested Assistant County Agen his home Dan's restaurant Hand On Tuesday state tuberculosis hospital at Lantana -

H. L. Speer to furnish us with a building and the Sinclair Filling will be asked in a few day*.

report showing his acitvities dur- Station building all located opposite -- \\. T. Edwards chairman of the

ing the past six months. This report the light plant to the Sin. On Tuesday of this week Wilbur woods or so far in the mountainsthat Florida Tuberculosis Board. said
was forthcoming on Mondayof clair-Kirchman Company of Belle C. King member of the Florida: I it would be a treat to call the TllE'sday.
this week and gives in compre- Glade The Kirchman company Railroad and Public Utilities Commission outside world But. here in the vast The TB hospital: will be built cv
hensive detail full and complete" has had a Sinclair dealer Mr. was a visitor in Cana'Point agricultural section of one of th- a tract of 160 acres donated for
listings of all activities earned on Parker, in the station for several while on his way to Wes greatest counties in America to the purpose by the county commission .

through the agent's office during years Palm Beach to attend the annu 1 have to put up with such inadequate of Palm Beach Count The
the period from January 1 t July 1.As.istant. of the" purchasing concern. ficers. grace For months ad months t!;e road between the FEC anl
Agent Speer works said yesterday that plans call for SAL railroads It land
Mr King was accompanied r' Southern Bell Telephone Company is a high
under the direction of County erection of a new and thoroughlymodern the trip bj: G, Max Hardee, inspector has promised better service(' to fi- pif'"f'f land amt an ideal location
Agent M. U. Mounts. An office i= Sinclair station on the recently for the commission t>t paying subscribers In giving for such an institution
maintained' in the Sanders build- purchased site He sail which Mr King is a member credit where it is due it can be "\\" expect this to be the most;
Ing in Belle Glade for the" assistant that plans are not fully completeand Frank Chambh. a member ot said that service is a trifle better modern up-to-date tuberculosis institution -
and it is in this office that th i he doe n't know whether tN the Motor Vehicle inspection division than when this* newspaper startedA in the United States:<,*

following list was compiled: present station will be moved to was also in the party. campaign for better service Edwards declared
Time spent in office 77 Dave the back of the lot or torn down It so happened that the editor {)>" several months ago. The phones M Ross "atOlOn! will bttt-*

Time spent in Field 73 Days completely.Mr. this newspaper had plenty cf in Canal Point don't go out oard!& agent in the constructionand
Time spent with adults 136 Days Kirchman announced at th" telephone trouble on Monday of EVERY time it rains will work with county commissions -

Time spent with 4-H same time that his concern recently .- this week and was in the notionof i Mr King and Inspector Hard* in the.area. Fdwanls said
Clubs . . 14 Davs purchased the remaining ha f
reporting his troubles to a mem- of the Railroad Commission listened .
Number of office visits 571 interest of Rodolph Faulk in the -
ber of the railroad commission carefully to Rardin's complaintsanent
Number of phone calls Sinclair station being operated by when Mr. King arrived So. Paul I the inadequate and inefficient .
(in and out) ...._ 409 C. C. Cruthird in Pahokee Th:! Rardin asked Mr. King to listen ; service now being rendered Nazarene ChurchTo
Number of Farm and : Kircbrcan organization has owneda for a few minutes while Monday's by Southern Bell and promisedthat
Home Visits _.__ 33 I half interest in the building for telephone troubles were laid bar I. the matter would be investi- Hold Vacation
Number of Meetings several years and purchase of M'Faulk's .
before him. I. gated "Well keep a close eyen
Tours etc. -f---. 43 interest gives the concern On Monday morning and at several their service" Mr. King said
Number of adults at meetings 835 completed control.' Mr Cruthiidwill times throughout the day it "and. our department understandthat Bible SchoolThe
Number of 4-H membersat continue to operate the station was utterly impossible to dial ta I extensive installation of new

meetings 523 Belle Glade operator from The equipment is under way and that
Number of days worked ISO -- Everglades News phone. Thinkingthat 1 I service should be better in th.> Church of the Nazarene will
Annual leave taken 4 Day the trouble was in the News I future" conduct a Vacation Bible School at

Sick Leave taken 1 Day Lively Commends phone. Rardin dialed friends' in Pa- I Service as far as this newspaper the church beginning Monday and

Individual letters written 18 : lokee and sought their assistance I I is concerned, should have continuing through Friday. Th.,
Circular letters prepared 3 Glades Guard Unit in dialing the Belle Glade operator. been better man months ag'. school picnic' will be conducted in
Total copies of Circular Finally one was found who coulJ I I This newspaper will in the he City Park on Saturday.Mrs. .
letters 1: get Belle Glade to answer. This in the past, continue to fight.'for . C. ),1. Todd has been namedas
Letters sent underExtension For High RatingThe went on throughout the da> -ca'1- I I better telephone service Not the supervisor of the school

j Frank 156 ing a Pahokee phone" user and asking I I once will the editor oversleep his with the following superintendents
Cards sent under Extension ( him or her to dial Belle Glal rights of raising sand about P and teachers assisting" Mr. Christine : "
Frank 12 Rev. Arthur J. Lavelv. cai- The which command MrCord superintendent of
and have the operator ring service top pric-
News Articles Published\ 21 tain of the" Everglades Unit cf Everglades News phone2661.. for telephone rentals and rende'J the intermediate department assisted : -

Bulletins)) distributed 12' the Florida National Guard. reports This ia a fine state of telephone I a service far below standards cf Mrs Robert Rutherford;
traveled $612 an intensive 2 weeks training I Mrs Earl Pitts junior department
Official Miles affairs. It would be all right fop I other communities commanding
2-! I at Ft. Jackson in Columbia.S. .
Radio talks given a town or village in the back- the!! same rate assisted!; by Mrs Margarel'e.
. . c.. for National Guardsmen .- Adams Mrs Frances Johnson.primary .
There were 52 members of hs: assisted by Mr
Warren Will SpeakIn regiment known as the Everglade I Cup Is Offered To ''I Funeral Services Laura Brady girl. Mrs. Pat Todd beginners
Unit of E. 211 Infantry.51st .
Soft Ball Winner In ,: The Rev Robert Rutherford -
Division of Florida National will have of the boy.
WPB TuesdayFuller Guard attended the camp whereat Belle Glade LeagueSix For Mrs. LeFils from the intermediates through

least six weeks training pro- the primate departmert He Will

)) \\' Democratic Governor gram was crowded into the 2 teams in the Belle Glad be assisted by Billy Ray Mosley'
Funeral services were held
nominee, will speak at Flag- weeks softball league have finished the I Class sessions will start At 9 an1
daafternoon at the
ler Park in West Palm Beach onTuesday Assisting Captain Lively were first half of the season' and ar* Ion-I continue through 11 a. m.
Lt. Gene Pickren and Lt. Karl Methodist church in Belle
night. July 27. well into the second: half. The en- i|'i ...
for Mrs Esther LeEds of -- -
:Mindlrn also] of Pahokee. Captain:
: tTt: s''as-in will take" about two
The Flagll'1'Park engagemertwtll Glade who died Thursday afternoon -
saidthe boys were all
Lively eagerfor
months of plaj'-from June 14 until -
nominees' Palm Beach
be the training and took the August 16 following a long' and s ver Word Received Of
County: appearance on his current strenuous activities in their illness The Order of Eastern Staw -
camp An interesting sidelight abou; Death Of Relative
Thank YouTour.. 5 in charge of the services' ana
stride, sleeping] only about 4 or
and is the
the" league its play
thpurpose -
announced that
\\arren has burial mad in WoolUwncemetary
hours a da The Everglades regiment was
handsome to b .
which wailcover new trophy presented Word was rf"Cf'ivf'dlontL1y -fthe
of the tour .
at West Palm Beach.Rev.
received the highest raU>T!? I
the county seats of all u I the winning team Slick: L. F. Vandewater pasta'of death of Dr L. W. Armstrong"
of in the which ,
any group camp '
Kirchman of the gtrclair.Klrt'1
Florida's 67 will)) be to express hU was an excellent rating! he sail : the church officiated Itt thfuneral ... brother S. II Armstrong at Pus
man Company has donated a cup borne! tn Salem, Ind, Dr and MisArrrctrorg .
thank for the nomination to "If I had had six more months i I and burial Berry Funeral
discuss the problems which wnl I I with the boys I would stack them about 30 inches high with appr.rprate of I Horn of Pahnkdirpct"I t1rjrral -... who l left early Monday
engraving on itmner morning for New York City wthf'v !;,..-
be faced during his! administrationin .
1 against any: rifle team in the
up will bo
the summers play given
wrrr to attend the Lions National
the next four vearsHe said Pallbearers were Pat L. B irke
courtrv Cart. Lively commenting -
the with appropriate ceremory. :;
will speak at 1':30: p m. and : the accomplishmen'sof cup :I1. We* "- .
will f
Names of winders -
a large crowd is expected from dill'I : the unit. IelI and A. F:. KircfcrninMrs I by state road patrolmen at *itj engraved on the cup from year fvear
LeFJls had been acUvmemNr tain. The Armstrongs: will go to
farts of the county. Bovs from PahoVee and Canal .
been speaking 01 I pc.r.t of the Eastern tar atv! Salem for the funeral on Thu,'-
Warren hv I attending were: (George MBel -- .- .
such pertinent public topic 1- *. Jr.. pfc: Rardall Kemp I""t. Mr. and Mrs Iso \\roten and had held many responsible pos day.(7It'LE.
the citrus problem commercial Charles Phillips p\t. Oscar Dob- daughter Barbara have returned tlC>nA in the organization Marvin ----.-

fishing on Lake Okeechobee and row, p'c. Rovce TaUfero, pv.. from Brun wick. Ga.I/,h rr theyvisited friends the Pahrkee and Car :I Tn MEET
plan for the inauguration "n John T. Fickttt. pfc Ton Lively! : her brotlf'r-in-IAw an I : Point community joined t..rI n. RtmonJ'l'JnJ..r circle cf th-

January 4, pfc and James Sims, pfc sister. Mr and Mrs \\'. M Mille i frends of the Belle Glad.--Sout's Mrth<"!at Woman s Society .>f
Large crowds have greeted him .1. They were accompanied on heir i Bay section to attend the final Christian gnium meet m.t the

at every county seat durirg: thtrp Mrs R \\. Bowers and daughter. ; return by Mrs Miller. who visited nte home of Mrs T L. Burn Mondayat

Elizabeth. have returned tu here for a few dara.: S- 3.30 p m. with )I,... John DRoger .
.1. their home in Pinecastle. FU-' after . Mr C. T. Jackson a .uy1rlc a. co-hotr and Mr*.

Mis Patsy McRae of Tampa is visiting her brother-in-law uk ]Qr. and Mr. M D. Geiger and with tn mother Kn. 3, W Payn: Arch Bakf'''. program chairman.
the house guest of Ian sister, Mrx sister Dr and Mr* L W Armstrong daughter, Patty. are' spending two who i* ill at the 'HftJ Hospitals tn charge of the program Mr. JL. .

Luetta Platt and family. in P&hokee weeks at Fcrt M>*r> Beach S bnr.r. Fraser., wUl pre. 4e.

?age Two The Everglades News. Canal Point Florida Friday July 23. 19H

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Named P&L Concern BuysA temporary operation of the stur
Bert Lapp
THE EVERGLADES NEWS will be handled by Mr. M. M.

: National Director Store In Stuart Rogers merchandise manager and

Serving the Lake Okeecbobee. Farming Region superintendent of the P. & L.

Established 1924 Published Every Friday i Of Engineer Group The P. & L. Stores. Ltd. have Stores.

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe I purchased McClung's 5c to $1.00 Mr. Lewis said they were very

Of interest to his many friends store located at 200 Osceola Avenue 'happy to have a store in Stuart

Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn in the Lake Okeechobee Regionwill Stuart. Florida. The store was and would do their utmost to make

Canal Point. Florida aa Second Class Matter be a story appearing recently owned by Oscar F. Johnson for the Stuart proud of them.
in the Savannah Morning News past twelve years. ...4 .

Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher about H. L. (Bert) Lapp a former This announcement was mad Mrs. Owen Todd and daughters.
of Pahokee where he
resident was today by Clarence J. Lewis of Joan and Willadene have returned
Watch That Sun district manager for the Florida Lake Worth. Florida general man from Vero Beach where they visit-

Sunshine is one of the chief asset of the state of Florida. Power and Light below Company. Tie ager of the P. & L. Stores Ld- ed her parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred

visit here acquire a coat of tan to story appears : Other stores owned and operate Collier.
Most who live or 1!.
The of
persons appointment Major . .
time desireto by the P. & L. Stores are locate1in
degree depending upon how much they national director
LaBerte -
some Lapp as a Belle Mrs
Glade. Pahokee Delray Albert Anders and daughter. -
outdoor required to do so by the nature of the of American
spend or an Society Beach and Lake Worth.As Patsy, of Belle Glade are the
of their work. Military Engineers was confinn..jyesterday. yet no manager has been guests of her mother Mrs. I. E.
Sunlight !3 healthful but it can also be definitely harmful and he will leave Wednesday named for the Stuart brand The Hamilton this week.

by !;!longeJ exposures to direct! rays of the sun, particularly to attend the orgamz< I I
contains about tion's 28th annual meeting at Fort
while acquiring that coat of tan. Sunlight

15 percent visible rays 78 percent heat and 7 percent ultra- Belvoir Washington. D. Con 1 I
Friday. 1 i I
violet II I II
rays.Physicians! warn against:: trying to develop a coat of tan Major Lapp is executive officerof I I
the Savannah District.. U. S.
what it It is as much & Shrubs and TreesALL
too quickly. Sunburn !is jut says. Engineers and as director of the

burn as that received from any other source and the results society will represent the southeastern :

may be equally serious. Too much sun, even for those usedto section of the United I

it, m-iy result in chills; fever headache or delirium.Get States VARIETIES AT RETAIL i

your suntan jyradurHy.! The first periods in the sun Included on the program of the

should be n-: longer than 15 minutes unless it i is:: early annual meeting will be a demon- ; Authorized Sales and Service t

morning or late aftemoon. Each day the periods of ex- stration of the latest type of floating -

posure can he increased until an effective coat of tan has bridges. a business meeting in ; JACOBSEN POWER AND ;

teen produced. You may be the type who burns easily. inspection of the facilities and .
Blonds are normally more affected than brunets. Because :
search and Development Laboratories I
is tender children of complexion are
their! skin more any at Fort Belvoir. and a meeting -

more lively to get sunburned than adults. of the society's Board of Direc- LANDSCAPE CO. ;
Calamine lotion is soothing for sunburn and does not stain"

clothim Oli\e oil and cocoa butter also may provide soma" tion.Major Lapp is one of six add- Open Wednesday and Saturday afternoons : I

relief. Remember that: you are dealing with a burn .Have tional directors named in varioussections 1100 Southern Bhd.. Wet Palm Beach I II II

respect for the possible complications and if it is at all of the country under, a l

severe, or if it produces a fever, a doctor should be con- recent change in the organization s

sulted. by-laws.
:Major Lapp to a native of Baltimore -
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Md. He attended publii

Pastor Thanks All I Cinematic ChatterBy schools of Trenton X. J.. and I I
Bucknell Unuersitv. InVor:t
For Assistance In Malcolm Millar War I he served in the Field Artillery !
Vacation Bible SchoolThe and in \\'oTldVar II he s

was on active duty from September -
Of all the branches of service
to November. 1946. serving -
Vacation Church School of
in the United States GovernmentI
the First Methodist Church Pa- through the grades of firs
don't think there is one that
hokee is continuing through this rivals the Department of T-Mea lieutenant to major. From November 4 Buses To Miami
1946. to date he has served -
week meeting Monday. Wednesdayand for adventure danger and expert
To West Palm Beach
as executive officer of the Savannah -
Friday. workmanship_ There's is truly a
Those assisting the pastor have "thankless job. Engineer District. Daily To Ft Myers & Lakeland
He has served as commander )f
been as follows: Intermediate Department "
to be the name
"TMt'nhappens Post 9O. American Legion in Palokee '
: Donald Pad get t. of the picture that is scheduled to Fla.. and assisted in organizing -
Thomas Howes. Jack Spencer and be screened at the Prince Theatre
the Savannah Army and
:Mrs. Dan Carpenter: Junior Department htis Sunday-Monday with Dennis Navy!> Officers Club in which ha Glades Motor Lines Inc.

: Helen Howes Franc O'Keefe. Mary Meade and Wal'vFord served as a director. ,
Rozelle... Yvonne Fraser Loretta -
in the principal starring
Major Lapp has also served asdirector
Wilson Saaser Watson and Mrs. and supported by a fine cast of and as president of the M SERVING THE GLADES"For
C. T. Howes: Primary Department
featured .
Savannah Post of the
:Mrs. Arch Blakey. Mrs. R. F. Hurt engineer
the information of those society which he assisted in or-
and Mrs. T.L. Burns: Kindergarten
who are not familiar with the ganizing.
Department: Mrs. Kenneth Mocx. .
term "TlIt'nallow me to explain -
:Mrs. R. O. Lampi. Mrs. Helen
these gentlemen are agentsof .
Davis. Mrs. Jack Phillips. M.-3
the Treasury Department and
Orin Bacon and Miss Anna Lee
their job has to do with "hot
Hurt.It smooth PARTY (LINE Partnership
money", income taxes etc.. so you I a .
is no exaggeration to say
that is bound
can see that it is one :
that in this school some of th: to be mixed up with the toughegof

finest work ever accomplished has all racketeers and it is advent
been done. The pastor would express uresome.

his sincere appreciation to
Well . You'll have to sweat
all who have assisted in making .
through "T- Ien" to
possible this fine work for the your way
thoroughly understand me when I I
church and the Kingdom of God
say this is one of the greatest
The closing session of the school
shows yet screened here.
will be afternoon with:
on Friday See you at the mo'iE'slal.
the commencement services on ,
Sunday Evening at the time of the s
worship Service. Each departmentwill New Race Dates

give a short program or par Are Sought By Track .d' .
of the program and a display of

their work. Following the programthe : Operating At Tampa

Sound Movie ''Thy'iIl B> I

1>" will be hown. This is a DAYTONA BEACH--Sunshine
missionary story having to do with Park horse track located at Old*- 2.
the work of the church in th.' I mar. near Tampa has eU tie: r

spread of the goeHl of Chris: Florida State tiring Commission:

aroun.l the world 11'1 "ession here to re luce I' season -

The pastor will ue AS his:: message I from CO to 4O day. extending ';

;: theme next Sunday Morning; I' from January 19 to March 5, :t
"I!' The World Growing Better' I alto asked to be allowed to run at

.-- :1'?ht if a rto g-t*'.Ici;: !s permitted

t to operate in the afternoon within
Extra! Extra! New ,I 100 rrile of the trick.

Is At the same !session the Racine .o
Building Going: .
I Commission rt'fu't'l to enter into t
Up In PahokeeA dispute between the Greyhound M

I I Owners u.1t''dt'nt.oc1at1

new building t* going:: up in I and the Florida track owner_ Th

the business section .,f Pahoke- 'I dispute tt'mfn.m a true '-i.t

Malcolm Miller owner an.l operator i winter of CORA member* who chef.

of Miller's Shoe Shop. U the ,I Charge that some track owner 0\ 0 tt VS3ctatt ta
builder of the new' structure \>- have refused to book reyhunj' s oJ' tin

sated next door t<> the AAP Store !I i owned by member and directors con ......"... \.0 \'rt\So
The new building will be a concrete ICtt GOB\ ,Ica \\ ,. "c t\

!'tructunZ1l: )t) feet two : Applicants for racing dat"'s ysa'larty: c' Qt
atones high M Garrett i i. the contractor {I' were filed by 11 greyhound racing; \ %ttt etc eret D.

in charge of construction: track for next 2It"atoJD.,8: operations o\.\.0 .'.t'tt1 \
Mr Miller said ye tentiv thi \ e
I .
his plans call for two stre'O<'m.5 ; .a a

on the ground flootone to be ; Accord.njr: to the Automotiv V-CC

occupied by his shoe repair ship! ,News Almanac. Chevrolet has

and the other by a package store. 'more than 66OOOOO cars on th! SOUTHERN Bill TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY

Rooms on the second floor will b* i road while Ford total is almost
used for offices. Mr. Miller said ',6,100000


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I' right! When you must walk on the highways in rural : I

: or suburban areas, always walk on the left side of the road ,
... -facing traffic. I
There is plenty of reason for this. Last year for every person -
I I'f killed facing traffic three were killed walking with traf-
fie. 24 Floridians lost their lives and 33 were injured walking

the wrong way instead of facing oncoming cars. For every
I daytime fatality there were 4 deaths during the dusk and

-... dark hours. Six more people lost their lives merely standing
'Mr. Motorist- ;- in the road.
I.' Never assume you are safe when walking on the highways .

1 MAKE -many times you are hard to see. Then, too, the despicable .
J f i' SAFE.DI WING hit and run driver is still at large-his numbers and his victims -
j A HABIT increasing. In the first six months of 1946, 78 hit-and-
i run edentswer recorded in Florida and 16 were killed by '
: r:
',. 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. 'I

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DON'TTAKE CHANCES The Everglades News I

Prepared by trie F Associated; Dotes:
ef Florid.; th. Herd; Press Atio- Paul.I Rardin, Publisher :
ation.; ; and tf.National Conservation {
Bureau. at a Iobtc service :t


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Pcge Four The Everglades News. Canal Point. Florida Friday. July 23. 19n

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Shower Honors Miss CARD OF THANKS Lions Attend Varied tendant of roadside parks to determine Legion Seeks Data
,Ve wish to take this opportunity the location.
Virginia McClureA I of thanking the many friends and: List Of BusinessAt Guests were Frank Hobson On New Pahokee DockAt
neighbors for their kindness dur- principal of the Belle Glade School
miscellaneous shower honor- ing the illness and death of our a meeting of the Pahokee and Lion :Mathis also of Bel!? a meeting of the Fred and
Ing Miss Virginia Ann McClure loved one. We shall always re- Lions Club Tuesday at the Lions Glade and the Rev. R. A. Fuller of Percy :Mansfield American Legioa
bride-elect whose marriage to member these kindly acts and Hall the Capt. A. J. Lively gave an Canal Point.Janette. Post No. 90 Monday evening at the
Robert Donald Apelgren will talM hold them dear in our memory. To interesting report on the 2 weeks ... . Woman's club it was reported that
place at the Pahokee Method those who sent beautiful floral offerings training program for the National no answer had been received from
Church on August 1st. was conducted and offered words of con- Guard at Ft. Jackson in Columbia.S. the letter sent to the Palm Beau
at the church parlor Friday olaUon. we shall always be gratefuL C. Around 50 members of the Birthday PartyJanette Port Authority asking when they
evening. Everglades unit known as Co. E. 'I proposed to rebuild the Pahokes:
Rose and white gladioli were L. A. (Dick) LeFHs 211 Infantry 51st division. Florida Harrington. daughter of city dock which was destroyed: in
and Family. National Guard attended the Mr. the September hurricane.
and :Mrs. A. R. Harrington of
and flower
used in bouquets large
baskets throughout the room and . camp accompanied by Captain Canal Point, celebrated her fourth! According to an article in one .
Lively. He reported that his regi- of the daily plans were
birthday 20 papers.
the refreshments table, laid witha Honor Mrs. BrookerAt anniversary on July
ment received the highest ratingin with a party at her home. Ion under way for the construction ofa
lace cloth was centered with a
four-tiered wedding cake. A large Farewell PartyThe the Co. which was an excellent cream cake and punch were steel dock to replace the wooden
bell rating. served to 30 of Janette's little structure which was destroyed and
white wedding gave emphasisto
the decorations and the many Canal Point Baptist Missionary During the business session Rob- friends. Mrs. Harrington was a.t-I washed out into the lake. It was
lovely gifts were attractively arranged Union honored Mrs. Henry ert J. Schroder reported that th* sisted in entertaining the childrenby announced that the American
on a large table laid with Brook r, president of the organi- discarded pipe line which the city her sister, Mrs. W. P. Jerniganof Legion team placed second in the
lace cloth. zation who is leaving within a few donated to the club for the swimming Clewiston. City soft ball league. Lester Hat-
a days to make her home in Richmond pool, has been excavated and . ton was received as a new member.He .
Mrs. O. Dan Carpenter and Mrs.A. .
Va. with a farewell partyat approximately 1,000 feet is ready APPRECIATION was introduced by Tom Boland.
Jack Spencer were prize winners
. .
the home of Mrs. Loel Len<<"! I for use. I wish to sincere
in a contest. "How to make a express my
Husband Happy." Mrs. Jack A. Wednesday evening following th t .' President Manning Keen reported thanks for the kindness lovely :Mrs. J. B. McDowell has gone to
Phillips. Mrs. Richard L. Brooks mid-week prayer service. MM. that progress is being made on cards and flowers during my ill- Sterling. Ky.. where she will spend
Lence and Mrs. E. Smith were tho two months with her cousins Mra.
and Mrs. E. J. Newsome assistedthe the repair of the Pahokee roadside ness. I shall always be thankfulto
hostesses and served refreshments Ella Terry and Mrs. Lizzie Pitt-
honoree in opening and dis- sign at Twenty Mile Bend and each of you.
her Hostesses fo- to 26 attending. that the sign will be located on a Mrs. Claude Padgett. man.
playing gifts.
. .
9f- .a.
new site. J. M. Elliott announcedthat
the occasion .
were : Mrs. L.V. I
Armstrong. Mrs. R. J. Simonson. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Vertomen plans are going forward to Mr. and :Mrs. J. E. Sullinger and Carr Mizelle of Zellwood. Fl....
:Mrs. Ruth Hatton. Mrs. R. L. and family have returned from establish a State roadside park in children have returned from a tw> I was the guest this week of his
Brooks and Mrs. Jack A. Phillip Plantation Key where they spent this section and that committee weeks vacation spent with his brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and
Mrs. R. W. Sanders. soloist accompanied a week fishing. members will contact the superin- parents in Kenutcky. Mrs. Jim Mizelle here.

bv Mrs. Wm. McClen- --- - -____ _ _____ __ _ .n __ __ ____ n_ __ __ - -- - -- -
than, pianist: and Mrs. Sydney K.Smith. .
Jr.. of Belle Glade pianist,
provided appropriate music. 1 1i
Guests included; Mrs. Kenneth r i
:Mock. Mrs. Oscar Chastain Mra.
Joe T. Boynton. Mrs. Doss Tab.
Mrs. Inman %. Weeks. Mrs. W. J. II I
Larrimore, Mrs. V. C. Denton Mrs ''I I

Earl Meredith. Mrs. B. Elliot. Federal and
Everglades Savings
Mrs. J. B. Elliott. Mra. David M. II
Bleech, Mrs. Otto R. Bleech Mrs
Dave Lovell. Mrs. Carmen Salvatore -

Mrs., Lewis Mrs. Carmen Vann. Mrs.Salvatore.Jack Chas-Jr.. II .
Loan Association of Belle Glade
tain. Mrs. E. I* Pope Mrs. George, II
C. McLarty. Miss Joan McLarty
Mrs. H. J. Anderson Mrs. J. r. i
Guerry Mrs. Pauline Rice Mrs. Ii BELLE GLADE. FLORIDA II III
Myers Fountain. Mrs. J. V. Thomas. -
Mrs. C. C. Cruthird, Mrs. Gns- '
com Johnson Mrs Lewis Friend I 'J
Mrs. Frank Friend Mrs. D. W.

Cunningham. Mrs. John A. Du- STATEMENT OF JUNE 30 19.18 Ii!
lany. Mrs. O. D. Carpenter. Mra ,
Duncan Padgett. Mrs. W. H. Lair. II
Mrs. H. M. McIntosh Mrs. GeorgeB. Resources
Ramey. Mrs. Carson T. Howes Ii
Mrs. Robert J. Schroder Mrs. R. i

W. Sanders. Mrs. A. E. Morgan. First Mortgage Loans __.._____.._- ........_.....__ $1,425,398.93 I
Mra. James H. Wilson. Mrs. Lena

Spooner Miss Lois Morgan. Mrs Loans on Certificates uum .'_U..mUmU..__ 9,260.00
Adaline Stuckey, Mrs. Charles Mo-

D.ran.Caudill.Mrs. Frank Mrs. T.RescUe L. Burns Mrs., Mra.D Stock Federal Home Loan Bank ................ 12,500.00

Jack:Mrs. E.Spencer F. Mdlwain Mrs. A., Mra.B. Gray.JohnT. ; I Cash on Hand __._______..______u________._....___...._..__ 147,929.45 I

Pickett. Mrs. Olaf Boe. Mrs. W.
G. Hull Mrs. Ed Barnes. Mrs Office Equipment ...__..........._.....................__ 377.16
Ellis Wilkinson. Mrs. Robe
Walker Mrs. Wiley Tillis. Mrs. I Binder for Purchase of Real Estate _mU_ 50.00
Arch Blakey. Mrs. G. W. Byrd.
Mrs. H. C. Graham. Mrs. Lloyd I -
Hundley. Mrs. R. P. Fletcher. Mrs. I $1,595,515.54
Paul Sasser. Mrs. L. L. Stuckey II
Mrs. W. H. May. Mrs. H. T. Wil-
liams. Mrs. Charles E. CreeL Liabilities I
Out-of-town guests were Mrs
Mrs. E. E. Bishop i
John Doling.
Mrs. A. Kaltenbruner. West Palo Members Share Accounts ......___ .................. $1,448,980.34
Beach: Mrs. Herschell Sorrels I Ir

Arcadia: Mrs. Robert O. Wood Other Liabilities .__._uuuu ___u _mummu_ 3,516.64
Homestead: Mrs. Sydney K. SmithJr. r I II

.. Belle Glade and' Mrs. E. J. I Specific Reserves 36,624.93 !
Newaome. Lake Worth.

.. i Unallocated Reserves Umh.UU ......mumm.... 37,695.85
Pastor's Wife

Honored On Birthday !: Loans in Process m...................... ................ 59,430.28

Members of the Church of the I! Dividends declared but Unpaid ......._.......... 9,267.50 ;
Nazarene in Pahoke honored I, !

their pastor.s1ff', Mrs. Robert
Rutherford with a surprise birth- !II I $1,595,515.54

day party at the parsonage Thurs- I ff If
day evening. The group met at the
church and went in a body to the ;1 1 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS !j j
parsonage where games were played -

and refreshments served. Mr*. .: C. E. Riedel, President A. E. Kirchman, Vice-Pres. ;:
Earl Pitts. Mrs. R. O. Crosby and I
Mrs. Peggy Crosby were hoeteaars" : W. R. Hooker '
for the ocC'Acion.Guelts Vice Pres. Hugh J. Bratley, Sec.-Treas. ;
attending were; Mr. and Herbert D. Beck Attorne'i''i I
Mrs. Jim ),UuUf'. Mr and Mr*. ,
C. M. Todd. Mr. and Mrs RolanTrM i "
and son." Mr. and Mrs Rohr
Sulhncrr. Mrs. T .S. Spooner. Mr. I Investments are insured ban Agency the Federal

Mamie Star.1pF.ul. a..f'rh.d Pitts Amand an 1daughtf'rs. :' Government up to Five Thousand Dollars ;

i ;
and the Ufv. Rutherford and
ren Strvrn. David and R#Cl1U-I.
. 1 1I
Mr. and Mrs. W H. Kemp ar.ichildren I I

Georgia. are virtues relatives tn I! :. - - -


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Page Six The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday July 23. 1943


Mrs. McCoy Honored Crowds Gather To CHURCH SCIENTIST OF CHRIST I I I Fish Board To Study Personal ItemsMr.

With A ShowerMrs. "TRUTH" is the subject of the Okeechobee Waters

Hear Warren Offer Lesson-Sermon which will be realin
of Chnst. Scientist TALLAHASSEE The State
William McCoy a recent and Mrs. Donald Kepp are
bride was honored with a miscellaneous throughout the world on Sunday. Game and Fresh Water Fish Com- vacationing at Naples and also
shower at the Woman'sclub Thank You" Speech July 25.The mission Monday, (July 19) auth- plan to spend several days wit

building Thursday evening.Mrs. Golden Text is: "Ascribeye orized an expanded $77,000 fish- relatives at Wauchula.Shirley .

Wiley Tillis. Mrs. Horace greatness unto our God. He is eries survey of Lake Okeechobeeand Ammons. daughter of
TAMPA-Closing out the second the St. Johns River in an effort
and the Rock his work is perfect: for
Unwin. Mrs. John Dragon Mr. and Mrs Wade Ammons of
week of his statewide "thankyou"tour. to hasten settlement of the
Mrs. Vinson Henderson were host- all his ways are judgement: a God Canal Point who has been ill fora
Fuller Warren of truth and without iniquity. jut long-standing commercial fishing
esses. week is again able to attend
Nominee for governor is here far dispute on the two bodies. II
and right is he" (Deuteronomy
school West Palm
Garden flowers in pastel shades afternoon and all-day summer in
a Friday 32:3. 4). Commission Chief Fishnes Bi- Beach.
blended into a color motiff of pink visit with members of
Among the citations which comprise olagist John F. Dequine said the
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stanfieldand
and white. Mrs. H. C. Grahamled the 1949 State Legislature.In i
the Lesson-Sermon is the expanded program would speed up Suzanne of Lake
the group in contests and and launching daughter.
and Mrs. CarlA. announcing following from the Bible: "F.:>r his study "by at least two years." Worth were guests of Mr. an-1
games accompanied this tour. Warren has made political -
the word of God is quick and He estimated the new survey
Mrs. Paul Rardin at a birthdayparty
Moberg, soloist at the piani) history for Florida for nothing
and than would take from eight to twelve
powerful sharper any evening. Mr.
in a number of appropriate vocal like it had ever been undertake on Thursday
selections. by a gubernatorial nominee in two-edged sword piercing even to months. i Rardin and Mr. Stanfield were
the dividing under of soul and The more intensive fact-finding anniversaries as of
Guests were; Mrs. J. L. Hum- this state. At this week's end.Varren celebrating
phrey Miss Eleanor Humphrey; will have spoken in 33 rfHonda's spirit and of the joints and mar project was recommended to the Wednesday and Thursday.
Mrs. Laverne Humphries Mrs. 67 counties and at most row and is a discerner of tae: commission by the 14-man committee -

Cecil Gray Mrs. Jimmie Batchelor.Mrs. I points crowds were larger than thoughts and intents of the heart" assigned last month to
Mrs. Bill UO}- I Hebrews 4:12). study the problem.Six .
J. C. Sow dor, during, the actual ramDairn.
win.. Mrs. J. E. Unwin. Mrs. Leon At Okeechobee a crowd of nearly The Lesson-Sermon also includesthe commercial fishing crews on -- -

Guthrie Mrs. Tom Strickland.Mrs. 2. 000 heard Warren expresshis following passage from the Bach body will be selected to he'pon !
L. M. Mullis. Mrs. John T. thanks and reaffirm his pledge Christian Science textbook "Sci- the survey. Each crew will be
Pickett. Mrs. E. L. Garrett. Miss of 4 years of faithful service as ence and Health with Key to tneScripturt' supervised by a ('()commission biol>- Prince TheatrePahokee

Mary Mullis. Mrs. N. D. Evans. governor. Warm, often very hot !'." by Mary Baker Eddy: ''I gist. The netters will be allowed to

Mrs. Herman Kautz. Mrs. G. W. weather has not kept big crowds; "Truth is God's remedy for errorof sell "rough fish" taken in the

Byrd Mrs. Price Burdeshaw Mrs.J. from turning out to hear Warren every kind and Truth destroys hauls but all game fish must be FloridaSundayMonday

P. Herring. Mrs. Bobbie ShacK- He seems to be gathering high only what is untrue. Hence the returned to the water "alive and
ford Mrs. Earl Meredith Mrs. approval from the people for his fact that today as yesterday. unharmed."

Bob Culberson Mrs. Jimmie Hammond return to their particular countyto Christ casts out evils and heals the The biologists will check fists :

Mrs. Axel Jensen Mrs. I. say -thank-you... Eick" (142:31). populations habits growth rats
has - and production potentialities :n
J. Frasure sr. The Democratic Nominee July 25-26
Mrs. I. J. Frasure Jr.. Miss personally conferred with over the two waters.

Sibyl Jensen. Miss Wynell Jensen one-half of the members of th- The study committee composedof

Mrs. Roy Kautz. Mrs. Marvin Florida Legislature prior to his both sports and commercial
Cowart. Mrs. F. G. Gillis Mrs. arrival here and most of them fishermen has indicated it will "TMEN"starring

Stewart Spooner. Mrs. Osborn Bel- have assured him of their cooperation withhold a final recommendation:

lyeu. Mrs. Dorsey Pugh. Mra Robert in the Legislature.In pending results of the biological

Walker. Mrs. H. C. Graham. his talks. Warren has asked 'Births announced at the Ever survey.

Mrs. D. W. Lovell. Mrs. C. A. each county to plan for a large glades Memorial Hospital in Paho- . .. Dennis O'Keefe,

Batchelor. Mrs. L. G. Alderman. participation in the inauguration : kee this week include: Mr. and The magazine Sales Management and

Mrs. Joe Alderman Mrs. Clarence in Tallahassee next January 4.and I),trs. Earl Wolfe of Pahokee a son in a recent survey disclosed
Maxwell. Mra Leo Maxwell. Mrs. he has invited everyone to at- William Barry. July 19th. Mr. and United States families spent the Mary Meade

Ed Spooner. Mrs. J. E. Sullenge. end. I Irs. L. R. Watson of Indiantown largest amount of their take home
Jr., Mrs. Archibald Adams. Mrs. Warren declared he hoped that .
a son. Joseph Leon July 15th. pay in retail stores during 1947. ---- -- -
A. E. Morgan. Mrs. W. A. Hum his "nartnershio. with the people, I

phries. Mrs. H. O. Waldschlager.Mrs. would continue throughout his 4 Mrs W. P. Jernigan and s<>n.

Lawrence Connell Mrs. Jean years as governor. "I ran as the Billy. of Clewnston. spent several
Cowart. Mrs. Gorden Hillier. Mra. peoples candidate and I will N days this week with relatives and

Earl Hingson. Mrs. Glen Andrew the people's governor.." he said. friends in Canal Point.Classified.
Mrs. Julian Chandler. Mra Fran As he begins his third week {.r Milk Means GrowthWithout

Rozelle. Mrs. Bob Hitchcock. MM. Monday, all over Florida they are
Mrs Virginia Crews to Fuller \Va.TeL .--
Roy Pope giving high praise I I AdsFOR
Mrs., George Johnson. Mrs. Alex certain elements in his
Johnson Mrs. C. A. Moberg. Mra 9. .
W. A. Maxsey Mrs. Jim Vande- SALE: New and used Willys diet baby would lack bounce and
grift. Sorority Meeting Held Jeeps. Walter Ashley Garage in .

Mrs. Billy DeLoach. Mrs. W. U.Easterlmg. At Cypress LodgeThe Belle Glade. Phone 126. Such energy. The urge to grow.and de-

Mrs.W. A.McCoy.Mrs. SEPTIC tanks and
grease traps velop would be retarded.
Dickie Fun-
Charles Brown. Mrs.
Beta Omicron Chapter of cleaned and repaired. Plicae
derburke. Mrs. Gene Butler. Mrs. Thursday 3872. Bob Douthit Pahokee. JOTc
Phi met on
Teresa Hawkins. Mrs. A. C. Sant.>. Beta Sigma Alfar Pasteurized Milk is the
I at Cypress lodge/ for a dinner
Miss Martha Scruggs. Mrs. V. L. night SALESMAN WANTED: Asbestos

Geiger. Mrs. Frenchy Johnson. meeting. Mrs. W. H.Committee May. chai---and Siding and roofing contact man. safest milk for your baby.
Mrs, C. Wetherington.. Mrs. Lee mon of the Florida Remodeling and Construction -
Rawls. Mrs T. S. Jenkins M"-s. Mrs. H. T. Williams were in Co.. Box 898 Belle Glade. I Homogenized 1Iilkvith the all-

Batchelor Miss Betty charge of arrangements. Phone 364. TF
Harvey I Vitamin D added is
Batchelor] Mrs. A. C. Libhait. The Lodge was beautifully de :- important
orated and the tables] were set MACHINERY FOR SALE:
Mrs. Margaret Thompson. Mrs. the choice of mothers for
H. Rogers Mr. Ora W. Powell. with lighted candles and symbolic 1 International Diesel TD-35 many
little rosebud place cards Mr. Trac Tractor; 1 6-foot Tandem j
Miss Margaret Powell. Mrs Ll':- baby feeding. Be safe when you
the In- Athens Timken .
nie Baxter. Mrs. John A. Dulanv I John A. Dulany presented Harrow Bearings;;
Mrs. O. B. McClure. Mrs. R. S. vocation. 1 Set of 3-6 foot Caldwell Choppers buy milk-look for the Alfar em-
Visa Following the dinner Mrs M I. for pasture maintenance. All 01)
Douthit. Mrs J. C.
Elizabeth Carawav. Mrs. J. C Keen vice-president, presided at above Equipment has been reconditioned '. blem.

Schoeppel. Mrs. B. Elliott. 1\lrJ. the meeting in the absence of Mrs and in first class condition I

Elmer Mills. Mrs L. W. Mullis and E. J Graham president. It wasvoted : Nichols Equipment Co. Seb-
Mrs. W. W. Smith.Methodists that future meetings will beheld ring. Fla., Located by A. C. L
the first and third Thursday Depot P. O. Box 58, Phone 681 1. LFA '
nights of each month. As their 4TI \

To Close major project, the Omicron Chapter .
is supporting the.Canal Point EXGl.Jsn SPRINGER & Cock-; ::
Vacation SchoolThe and Pahokee girl scouts' This Spaniels --- A K C Registers:;I

worthwhile project. will prove its Champion blood lines Our show\; Belle Glade - Phone 20
annual picnic of the Pah,... value as the local- girls grow into wins prove our quality A Jim it('OJ:

kee Methodist Church School wa womanhood guided by high" aims number of puppies available 3
Priced from $35 E. F. Cushman
('ondu"tf'd"t'dnt>sday afternoon and ambitions. The communitiesof
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en the lake front side of the Canal Point and Pahokee admire Pahokee. Phone 4862 J19cJ I. r I
government It'folIoin the the newly established Sorority I HUt RENTarm Farm LaneS I .

vacation Bible !school session for its high a'ms a"d feel that 'y Sec II. (254 acres next tr
which was conducted Wednesday it is d.>finatelv an 8Ji1W't. Canal Point Labor camp excellem Notice To Growers And Stockmen!

afternoon at the church A basket After the business session. )'Irs.I. ]location for getting day labor ant I

dinner and barbecued ribs were M Lair program chairman. bean pickers Phone 5S4 SJulGct:f I.
erved to member of the school Mrs 1.. E. Sims Jr.. and Mrs The FARMERS; PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION
and guests attending Curtis Chase, interesting WELL DRILLING: See Bol 1 1Pouthit 1
presented an and The
National Farm Loan Association
T. L. Burns Sunday school !unerintendent. program of table setting, Pahok_. Fla.. Phon ,
wa presented with and decorating 372 July 16-' will hc.e representative at Pahokee and Belle Glade '

a gift from the Sunday !school icelebration Z I The follwn' met-TVS wer U.\NTFI>: Man or Woman t. for the purpose of interviewing farmer and taking .
of his birthday ann present Mrs bawd Bleech. Mi'* ,.
I take over Dealership for Th application for their financial! requirements. '
versary. The festivities were closed Betty Lou Pjckett. Mrs M I.
Fuller Pru! !i Co in the Glad.
with a twilight Galilean servicewith Mrs E D .
'Hr! Sims Jr., Mr! .
the Rev Carbon T. HowE's.r"tor I John .\. Dulanv Mrs. James G. Area Cir 1It"Ct''I.\rv.' Other Deal! Pahokce: at M. P. Holman. Inc. Fertilizer 1Ioue. on
in this
era county making $40 ti
of the church in charce Thomas Jr.. Mrs Gordon Hillier $100 per week If interested u: Fri'!a> *. July 2nd. nth IGth. 23rd. :3<>th and August :

The vacation Bible school! wi' Mr<. l>. W f-mmneham:! Mrs looking into this write or phon;0 Oth and 1.1th.: between the hours of 10:00 a. m. and .
close on Fndiy and the Parnell Fnecks Mrs J.
prograapresented M Elliott
XVm C b3 41st strec'tVest
Berrvrian.. > 3:00 m.
bv pupil will N' roaoucted .
Mrs Pat Schoeppel Mrs JameHidden. +
Palm Beach. or Phone 67il:
Sunday evening at the Mrs J. T. Parker. \lrJ. It
regular worship service hourMr rulol<\'-,<,n. Mrs' O1L B'eecnMr ;r' Belle Glade: at the office of Van Landin ham Brother -

!'. I. M Lair. Mrs Curtis Chas on Thursday: July l-t. nth, 15th, July 22nd
*. H 1. Sneer Is visiting herd Mrs' H. Williams! MO! ca"
CHILLS 20th and august 3th and lath between the hours of
,*hte-. Miss )t.'tty Speer' who i* Chastain. Mrs W. H. May M-s ft FEVER
studying! to be a medical techrl-, :M'. RR.. Lonir 1 O:0C a. m and 3:00 p. m.
clan' at the Charity Hospital =n M'.v' C'hdt'11f')., and Mrs Melvl.Spooner .'

New Orlears Mr Speer' will aLooo Interviews will be appreciated.
visit her mother. Mrs T .\. Harrisin The nest: meeting. : will be at the :
O"ire: rtle before returning to home of Mr*. W, H. May en Thursday (AUC.I-M )

her hems in Pmhokee.- August X -

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ge Eight The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday July 23.: 1943
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Those attending the funeral of Mrs. H. L. Sorensen of Milwaukee week that he had solved the ae; and other areas of the state.

Mrs. Esther LeFils Monday at Wis.. is the house guest )of old problem of processing ramie i The new process is chemical-
Belle Glade and West Palm Beaci her brother-in-law and sister. Mr. fibre and at the same time an- mechanical and converts the raw

from Pahokee and Canal Point and Mrs. P. P. deMoya in Paho- nounced that he will head a nev ramie into finished fibre in 20

were; Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Youn<, kee.Mr. company that will establish a decorticating I minutes. The new plant will have
Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Keen. Mr. I and Mrs. Earl Maxson and plant at Belle Glade 20 to 50 units each capable of

Mr. and Mrs. O. B. McClure ha:'a and Mrs. Malcolm Millar Mr. and daughter. Patsy, left Tuesday for commercial production of the producing 500 pounds of finished .
returned to their home here after Mrs. D. L. Friend :Mr. and Mrs. A. afternoon for Fort Myers Beach age old fibre now being grown ramie an hour without waste according -

several weeks of travel and vaca- Q. Howell Mrs. Homer Barnes, where they will spend ten days commercially in the Everglades to Edwards.

tion. While away they visited her Mrs. Albert Snyder Mrs.Claude L. vacationing.Mr.
brothers-in-law and sisters in Shirley Mrs. Dan Carpenter Mr.I. \. and Mrs. George Kingsley .
E. Hamilton. Mrs. James Hold- plan to leave Saturday to spend
Texas. Kansas and Tenn., and h ;
brothers and sisters-in-law. Mr. en. Mrs. A. D. Agner Mrs. H. C. 'two weeks with friends and relatives I

and Mrs. Guy McClure and Mr. Graham. Mrs. Earl Meredith, Mrs.F. in Louisville Ky. Bring: us your TIRE TROUBLES.
and Mrs. Ross McClure in Kansas M. George Mrs. I. W. Weeks. Mrs. Mary Wilson returned to I i
Mrs. Grace Rosenberg. Mrs. Sapp, her home in Canal Point Monday t
and spent a few weeks at Colorado Tires are our business size
Springs. Colorado. They had planned and Mrs. Myrtle Echols. from a visit with relatives in Wei' I any any II III :
Mrs. J. E. Cushman has returned and Columbus Miss. She
was accompanied -
to stay all summer but came to fit
back for the marriage of their to her home in Lake Worth home by Mr. and Mrs II type your particular need.PAUL'S .
Ann Mc- after visiting her son and daugh- Claude Neaves who are spending I
Miss Virginia
trirHaMr, and Mrs, Edmund several days with Mrs. Wilson and
0..1 I I
.Clurs, which will take place J
'August 1st. Cushman and family here. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Miller. ::1 SERVICE STATION Ii IiI
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Peek have re- Mr. and Mra. H. B. Miller and:
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Mackey and +
turned to their home in West Palm guests. Mr. and Mrs. Claude '
children have returned from Ala- -
Beach after visiting her parent" Neaves of Mississippi, spent Wednesday I t
bama where they visited his brother -
Mr. and Mrs. C. M.. Baker. and Thursday fishing in
Mr. and Mrs.J. .
and sister-in-law
Mrs. George Jordan and son? the Florida Keys.
T. Mackey. They were accom- and have returneJ Mrs. Claude Padgett has be"T .
Georgie Hugh ---- -- - ----- -- ----
panied on their return by their from Sebring where they visited returned to her home in Pahoke .. w w w w w w w w w w w w w a_a w w
J. M. who will s ... ......
nephew. Mackey i ssssifs ssasssssssr s'ssssy sasst -
her mother. Mrs. Niota Parker. after spending several weeks in a + il i i i
be their guests for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Mc- West Palm Beach hospital where 1 v
Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Matchett of Office Machine Headquarters 4"
Miss Quaig. jr.. are the guests of his she underwent an operation andreceived .
Pensacola accompanied by parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Mc- treatment. Mr. Padgett *:. Underwood Typewriters .:.
Grace Jourdan of Milton. Fla.. are
the house guests of Mrs. Matchett's Quai sr.. before leaving Fridayfor reports that she is getting along ... Sundstrand Adding Machine ...
Philadelphia where Mr. Mc- nicely. J Marchant Calculating Machines s
brother and sister-in-law Mr. .- ..
Quaig plans to enter a school of
A. BDick Mimeographs :
and Mrs. N. D. Evans.H. .
L. Speer will leave August1st aviation.Mr. Convert Ramie To V Elliott Addresso Graphs :
and :Mrs. E. F. Mcllwaii <. F & E Check Writers :.
for 4-H club camp near OcaH. Finished Fibre In
and children attended a family: reunion -

He bers will of the be accompanied clubs from the by Glade mem- of Mrs. McHwains family at 20 Minute PeriodMIAMI ..:; HALSEY & GRIFFITH, INC. :X i:

Bok Tower at Lake Wales over the
section. JL Phone 2-3883 West Palm Beach .,.
week-end. There were 29 members
Jasper Reed son of Mrs. Donald Russell N. Edwards. # .
of the Murdock familv present for w w w w a a w w w w w w w .+:
Kepp of Canal Point who recently Miami engineer reported this s lssssyss fssssss*sssssssssssasrssssssssassssssssssssrssrss'ssr
the dinner and outing.
completed a course at the Tommy
Mrs- Henry Brooker and daugnter. -
Bright Florist School in Chicago
has taken a position in a florist Miss Betty Jo Brooker will 1---- - --- - ---

shop in Atlanta.Mr. leave within the next few days for

and Mrs. Paul Collier and Richmond Va., where Betty Jo
children. Paula and Tommy have 1 will enter the Richmond Vocational

gone to Brooklyn, N. Y. where Institution which is a branch of : THE FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK
they will visit her parents. They the William and Mary College in
were accompanied by Mrs. O. 1!. the fall. They will make thc'r AT BELLE GLADE

Murphy and son. Emmett who will home with Mrs. Brooker's sister.

visit her parents in New Jersey. Mrs. M.. O.:Epps. Mrs. Brooker has. Belle Glade, Florida
Mrs. Stewart Spooner and child rented her home at Port .. -

ren have returned from Lees-burg; \\; option to buy to Robuto Ar- ;"

where they spent several weeks! rieta and his family. Mr. Arrieta is
with her brother-in-law and sister. owner of a cattle ranch in that .. :

Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Smith. vicinity.Mr. STATEMENT OF CONDITION

Those spending the weekend in and Mrs. D. T. Connell: accompanied ; !
Ft. Myers Beach where a Paho- by Mr. and Mrs. J. W.

kee colony has been set up for the Rapper and son. Warren made a Condensed from Report to ComptrollerJune

summer were Mr. and Mrs. Manning trip to Bartow and Ft. Mead over 30 1948

I. Keen. Mr. and Mrs. RobertO. the weekend.Mrs. .

Lampi. Mr. and Mrs. Parnell : Robert Chamberlain is a RESOURCESLoans !
Enecks. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Fraser. patient at the Lake County Sanatorium -
and Discounts ......____.__...._._._ ..__.._.....______ $ 449431.87 :
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Moon. Mr. and in Waukegan. Ill., :
Mrs. Clyde Alley. Additions to the she will undergo surgery this sum Furniture & Fixtures __._ 8931.57 !

colony wefe Mr. and Mrs. LeonSpooner mer. Her small daughter. Catey !ssta'ing Other Real Estate Owned 3,381.32: ;
and Mrs. James H.Vll- with her uncle and aunt
Prepaid Expenses _._._ 528.C2 I
son and children Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Hoffman in Middle- I,
Loui Davis. Dr. and Mrs. E. J. ton. Ohio. Accrued Interest and Income Receivable: .$ 11,479.23: I

Graham who have been vacationing The senior scout troop of Paho U. S. Government S-curiiies 1193676.51!
in Baltimore. Md, have also kee will meet at the Lions club at
Florida County and Municipal: 1 Bonds .?. 193,546.11 j
t taken a cottage there. i 7:30 p. m. Monday. Skipper Perrj'Duke
Mrs. Pauline Rice and son Edwin will be in charge of the ac- Federal Reserve Bank Stock _.___..__..._ 4,200.00

accompanied by Walter Foun- tivities. Other Securities 4,045.59:

tain spent the wpt"kt"ndth M-. Mrs. Fred Griffith accompaniedby Cash on Hard and: Die f-om Bank 624.833.80; ; :2,031S03.2G:
and Mrs. Myers Fountain and I : her brother. Otis Boland and
children who are vacationing at a Mr. and Mrs. H .P. Webb of West

fishing camp near Okeechobee.Mr. Palm Beach spent the week-end as $2.404,076.04
and Mrs. R. B. Simonscn the guests of Mrs. Griffith's parents LIABILITIES
and sons' David and Roger have Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Bolanrt.
Capital Stock .-.. .. . ..__ .___...__.__m.. __... _000..8 ;30,000.00
gone to Gerard. Ill.. where they Mr. and Mrs. Carmen .

will visit his parents. Mr. and Mrs. .. had as their house guests this Surplus ._ 100000.00

C. M. Sitnonson and her father week their nephew and niece M.. Undivided Profit; ...... .--n... 16,221.51 166.221.51
Henry H. Gerhard. Mr. Simonson's and Mrs. John D. Jones and son.
Reserve for Confn enoie> .-. 11,721.82
brother. Richard Simonson. woo David of Ft. Mead.
has n1th the occupation Dr. and Mrs. D. S. Spooner ar. Reserve for Taxe: Interest, e:(. 3,861.48

forces in Germany for several vacationing on a motor trip Interest & Income Colec! 'e(1. Not Erned 1,447.59

:rt'arl'il1 return to his horn through the state. Deposit ._ .. :2.310,823.h3 23.h-:
while they are there. The Simon- Mr. and Mrs. Louis Davis spci.t

sons plan to visit his brotherinlaw the past week end as guests of Mr.
and sister Mr. and Mrs. Al- and Mrs. Lewis Friend who are it $2,494,076.01OFFICERS

len Martin in Canada before re- Fort Myers Beach.

turning their home here. Mrs. Edwin King and daughter.

W. H. Varn has returned to his Gail of Luverne, Ala., are the Milton L. Campbell President

home here from Hendersonville.M. guests of her broth r-in-law ard Leonard A. Usina, VicePresidentDean
C. where he spent several sister. Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Lair
weeks with Mrs. Vann at their! and family. On Monday Mrs. La.r S. Campbell Vice-President

summer home there. and daughters. IV>nmelsi and Em- Edwin M. Lively, Cashier

Mrs. John T Pickett. sr.. and ma Dot. will return with Mr son Donald and Mrs. James G Kine to Luverne where they will

Thomas and her mother spent several visit relatives for :2; w< dat Jensen Beach last Martha Gail Ammons. daughterof
e' D. S. Campbell Vice Pres.. Fla. Natl. Pk. & Tr. Co., Miami, Fla.
week. They were joined over tt.- Mr. and Mrs Wade Ammons
week-end tylr.. Pickett and M.- Canal Point has returned to her Milton L. Campbell President of Bank

Thma.Ir. .. home after sp*>ndir.c two week H. L. Haney, Pre Haney Inc.
:\ and Mrs. Perry Duke spent with her grandparents. Mr. an 1
E. E. Kelly Pres. Clewi ton Motors Clewi the week-end with his parer.t Mr Mrs. Edwin O br>rre: in Lakelan.l ,
and Mrs. C P. Gauldirg in Miami and one week with her uncle! and Edwin M. Lively Ca
Mrs. Duke is spending two week! aunt. Mr. ar.d Mrs. T. C Moresby Leonard A. Usina, Pres., Fla. Natl. Bk. & Tr. Co., Miami Fla.
vacation in Palm B* ch. Wauchula..
Mrs. Ruth S. Wed worth. Wedjrworth Farms!
Lee Rawls I i!* a patient at tae Mr. and Mr?. G. L. i :rnll and

Veterans Hcppital in Coral CaN son. Buddy, left Saturday for two
Mr. and Mrs K. F. Mcllwa'n week.istt. with relative .r.

had as their house guest recentlyher Georgia They will spend several MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION:

brrthers-in-law: and sister. M'. days at Bryson City ,.. C. wherethey
and Mrs. C. P. Murdock and children : will be joined by their daugh

Nancy and Jimmy of Wau- ters. Miss Jane and Miss Louis*.
rbula. who are employed In Atlanta.
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