The Everglades news

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The Everglades news
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Belle Glade news
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Place of Publication:
Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Everglades News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
July 30, 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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United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note:
Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note:
Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).

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RECENT j[;Caudill Goes To. I I I ,Riveria Plant Of

i l The Methodist Woman's Society !! most cordial invitation is extended

OPERATIONS of Christian Service will complt"tE'i Lake Worth SchoolDennis I to all unaffiliated men ani FPL To Be Enlarged .

I the study text, "Ten Thousand j[ visitors to attend this Sundays

Years," at the August meeting cf I session of the Pahokee Men's Bible

By Paul Ra.rdin I the society Monday at the church D. Caudill, principal Class at 9:45 in Fellowship Hal! To meet" further growth in the

auditorium at 3:30 p. m. The Rev. the Pahokee High School for the on Bacom Point Road. The lesson electric needs of this section, Florida -

Carson T. Howes will present the past nine years was appointed "Baruch. the Scribe", will be Power & Light Company will

It seems that folks who gc lot three chapters of the book and supervising principal of Lake taught by Rev. C. A. Moberp. begin immediate steps to install

north for a vacation soon realize Mrs. John A. Dulany president Worth Junior Senior High Schoolat Baruch whose name means "blt S,3- another generator at its Riviera

that Palm Beach county and South will preside at the business ses- the meeting of the county ed" was a loyal friend amanuensis Beach electric generating station

Florida are ideal spots to spend sion. Delegates to the school of school board last week. He sue and faithful attendant of the nearly doubling that station's capacity -

summers. On my desk this week is missions) in Lakeland on August reeds Clyde Harris who. July 16. prophet Jeremiah Baruch is one of P. Paul deploys, manager

a card from the ever-popular 31st will be named at this meet was named principal of Palm the outstanding examples of ten announced today. This plant was

Charles G. "Windy" Willis, who i* ing. Beach High School. men of courage in the Bifcle. Th. I just completed and dedicated last

in New York for a short spell. He: - Mr. Caudill has spent 19 yeasin class quartet will sing.Association I year.
educational work. In addition to - In addition to providing more
is longing for South Florida and
its always-cool atmosphere. Canal Tooth Treatment his service in Pahokee he was principal MeetsIn electricity for.the expected !growthof <

of the Lake Park Junior this area deMoya said the new
Point residents-Mr. and Mrs. f;. May Prevent DecayA
L. Sims-are somewhere "upnawth High two years principal of 1:1: ; Delray Beach t"nerator1.,11 help improve voltage -

Morehead. Ky.. High School foe conditions and reduce interruptions -
with the card being countywide crusade for the r"-I
Gatlinburg, Tenn. They describe duction of decay in the teeth six years and was a teacher fOe Thursday at the Palm-Lake of service by increasing

the weather as "the hottest we've preschool and school children two years in Morehead.Mr. Baptist i Woman's Missionary dependability of the power tou?-

Caudill attended the University I Union and the Baptist Young;
ever seen. rsing the new sodium flourid-> ply.The
of Kentucky and receivedhis Peoples rally in Delray Beach Mrs. new generator, capable of
treatment-was announced la"t
This morning's mail brought a week by Dr. Burton Austin director bachelors degree at Moreheaa Ralph Grimes:! was elected yoUJ'peoplE's 44.000 kilowatts, will boost Riviera's -
State Teachers College. He received capacity to 94,000 kilo!
director for the PalmLakedistrict
letter from the Howard Holmans of the Palm Beach County *
his master's degree at Duk watts. It will become the mostpowerful
who are summering at Pocomok? Health Department.Dr. and Mrs. Horace Unwire

City, Maryland. Howard says "the Austin said that teams seT* University. young peoples director for the lake generating station in the
He is a past president of the I j company's entire system" exceeding -
only relief we have from the heat cut by the United States Health district. Mrs. Grimes succeeds air:-

and humidity is to pray for a Department and assigned to Florida Pahokee Rotary Club a member ofthf' J. J. Cater of West Palm Beach. the capacity of its 9O.OOO-kiIo-
Methodist Church. Mrs. Cau Ft. Lauderdale.Decision .
thunderstorm. So. along toward will come to Palm Beach County :Mrs. J. C. Mock was named chair- watt station near
dill is the former Vivian Shepardof locate the
the end of August when the forcein to conduct the initial campaign man of the Baptist Children'sHome to gei-
Boynton Beach. They have one erator at Riviera Beach deMoya
this newspaper office starts a at a date yet to be set. in Lakeland.
son. Joe Syd. 3. stated, was reached after anlys9&y
vacation. I'm going to plan to The team of U. S. experts Dr. Miss Lillian Hammond of Paho

upend most of it in "air-condition- Austin said will confer with school . kee led the devotional for toe. company engineers and economic -
' researchers indicated that population -
ed Florida. officials and dentists to set up a youth program and Miss Stella See
the immediate -
growth during
program for treating children with! Lions Will BoostCity Barnes made a talk on, "Why I increased
will :
I've Just returned from a business the sodium flouride, a metho Like to Read the World Comrade future cause
While fin Hospital VoteJ. electric demands In this area.
to Tallahasee.
trip which was originated ten year Those attending from the Paho
the fair city located in the red clay small Texas and In preparation for such a step
ago in a town kee church were; the Rev. and
hills of Leon county (with the M. Elliott chairman of civi ; deMoya said Florida Power *
which under exhaustive tests
recently Mrs. Carl A. Moberg. and daughters -
thermometer soaring to betterment committee announcedthat Light Company ordered both the
mercury has proven capable of reducing Peggy and Bobbie; Mrs. Paul 1947
few a from the generator and boiler in April.
the day) I gleaned a representative
top every
dental caries or decay, in Watson. Mrs. C. A. Batchelor. Mrs.
political items which may be of state road department is ex pecfd *- -"more than a year ago", he em-
teeth by at least 40 per cent" Horace Unwin. Miss Elizabet:
Interest to those of you who indulge to come to Pahokee this weekto (Continued on page 4)
among children.Dr. Caraway Mrs. F. G. Gillis. Mr?. -
in the great American pastime inspect proposed sites for a
Austin said the treatment i:?! Tom Baldwin. Mrs. C R. Wrote
of talking politics. not effective in adults, but has state roadside park to be established Miss Elizabeth Clarity. Miss EthelMiller Rev. Pinson Suffers

been highly profitable where used in this section at the weekly Miss Stella Sue Barnes and From Heart AttackThe
This item is going the rounds in luncheon meeting Tuesday in
those children in their preschool -
among Miss!' Lillian Hammond. Those attending
the capital. The present Stat1Road school the Lions Hall.
and the
years young from the Canal Point Baptist Rev Don Pjn-<>n. pastor of
Board Chairman Elgin Bay- students. The methods Plans were also mapped for
application church were Rf'anI! M!1;. Churchin
less will be pitted against FormEr simple--it involves painting the launching a "get: out and"ott'." Deaderick Avenue Baptist
Elmo Scoggms. Mrs. J. H. Bor had reachedthe
Richard Knoxville, Tenn..
State Representative teeth with the solutionand th. campaign for the city bond election : -
for deaux. Mrs. L. L. Horne :Mrs.! A. of his Sunday,
of Monticello in 1952 middle sermon
Simpson idea has the support of the Florida which is scheduled for August
Nathan Mayo's job as commissioner Medical Society. Dr. Austin said.;: 3Ist at the city: hal!. The electionis R. Scruegs. and :Mrs. Charles Max- July 15. when he suffers" a hat

Both are fine son. attack grasped The pulpit an t
of agriculture.
-A- being>> held as a means of -
chaps and a race between them irg the proposed hospital fmant"-I slumped' over the I lectern in the
Vacation Bible
will be a dandy. which is to house the! F."t Tilly Walker Is Hoses School auditorium in which

School ScheduledPlans Memorial Hospital here. Elliott. !Cervices have been held since Des !I-
In Sales GroupR.
After the first of the year I under whose supervision the project Top erick Avenue Church burned several -

when Richard "Dick" Ervin takes weeks in Knoxville. Ter.n.
are being outlined for the comes reported that his committee ago
over as attorney general he will annual union Vacation churcn would contact members of B. Tilly "'alkn, Hollywood Choir rrembers. reaching him almost -

be assisted by the present secretary school in Canal Point. The schools ether civic clubs in an effort to secure agent for the New Yon: instantly after Mrs. Pinson

to the State Road BoardRobert conducted each year with thr their cooperation in the cam- Life Insurance Company in thus had called out to "grab him, '
ilcClure. Another man of area has achieved membership ?n
chair. An ambulance -
Baptist and Methodist churchessponsoricc paign. I eased him into a
ability who will join Attorney General it. Registration i'l The Rev. Ralph A. Fuller pastor the l company' Top Club Councilfor took him to Kt. Mary Hx+-

Ervin's staff as a field worker scheduled for August 14th an-1 of the Canal Point :\ff'tho.11C'church. 194*. a distinction reserved for pital where attendant said tod*"
will be other than ElginBaylesspresent the outstanding agents of the New
: none class sessions will begin August! and ..Jamt'fI'ann.. manager his condition wan "fairly ()(,.r
of the York Life Insurance Company
16th continuing through August of the Pahokee Housing and that hp had had a "fairl'good" )
SRD. At present Elgin is Dick'3 Colmery, state "manager, announced
27th. The Rev. Ralph A. Fuller Authority labor camps were welcomed night.
110", ,,. After the first of the :year this week.
pastor of the Methodist Churc't as new members of the Mr. Pin. n'II sermon themem'I
Dick will be Elgin's boss Anyway Mr. Walker was the only agent
and Rev. Elmo Scosrgins. pastor of club They were presented by the -If God Limited?", in the cour.
that's how things shapped up in Florida to qualify for membership -
the Canal Point Baptist church Rev. Carson' T. How(". membership rf which tie exr.Uined H": marvels
over the week end in the hotel lobby and ore of 2<*> throuch".ihe
an- working out the details. Officers chairman. (if the human body.
chatter in the capital city.Didja : United States from a national
and teachers! for the school -He had first finished telling
- total of 5.t, agent! He was similarly -
will be announced! later. how the heart pimped bl iod t >
ever hear of \\'f'ekiwacht'O'8rrin honored in 194ft! and 194
- All of the when he .wl-
? It is located on the Gulf Two Resign From As a member of the Top club parts bialy
:Mr. and :Mr. John E. Wilson Jenlystopped speaking grasped
Coast highway **> miles north of Council. :Mr! Walker ha t-*n Inrite. -
and family have a* their guest City Appeals Board of th. the edge r>f the pulpit and went
Tampa. It ha something new u.-- .] to attend a meeting
week her brother and sister- ." member tit his c..n
underwatertheatre. this of th" Imp a r.'a.
der the sun -an honored I group a.* a CUt ;
Mr. and :Mrs. A. J. King At meeting of the Pahokee
in-law. a hon: recalledYesterdays
First one I've ever seen or New York Life Insurance Company
heard of in all the*' vears. An and children ofTampa.Mr. . City Council at the city hall! Tuesday at the Greenbrier Hotel.XVrite heart: attack i* the

underwater stage with all the ap- evenlnc Councilman Chin SlUcon. Sulphur Spnrc Vest VI.- latmt! in a tariff of tragic incident

and Mrs. Fred T. Hickerson tendered his resignation a- Mr PSrwon I
besetting an
purtenances for staging an inter finia, September 7 through! the 11 ;
cstirg>> underwater show is part or' and children have returned' from member of the city zoning boar' I hi* family Inn(. they i ame: to

two week vacation in Salerno cf appeals. Frank Col*.-.n. who i* Knoxville, :less than \
the layout. The show is staged ry :\fr1'l.! Alma Alexander and children I year age

a group cf lovely swimming ta"N chew they report fishing was! sow making his bone'in Re
e*. In order not to break up the gooj.nde -, has also resigned from the Wilma GalUeer and children ofRoston. young ton has wiff'red #nou.iIIr.eM. .

routine underwater show thel4tes board. These vacancies will b- Ma. visited their und Mrm. Pinnon uc<>r.ent inoperation.

pass an air hoe from one 2j mile. down the river to filled at the next meeting cf tie and aunt. Mr. and Mr*. Franc and Dr*<>rKk Avenue

to -taking in a couple of ,witness the: aquatic coo-several council. City Clerk W. P. Walker W Cross and family cf: Cturct: one .< tie historic reLgicuB -

lungsful of air every >o often. Of pens of wild animal on the bank was authorized to secure prices en Point this week. Mr>. GIa
course, there are other attraction, of 1M Weekiwachee River. X found a larger Diesel engine for Uc made ter home with Mr. and Mr. wm gutted by fire .<> completely

.xJa a* lie ClaN bottom boat it time and money well *p nt- water works plant. CTOM before her mamaf that the wa::t had to be rUf'd.Esfa6sled .

..Page Two Tb Everglades News. Canal Point Florida. Friday. July 30. 1913
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THE EVERGLADES NEWS Letter Carriers In Adoption Laws To children.comes necessary" to find homes for

Serving the Lake Oheechobee Farming Region Annual Convention Be Studied, ResultOf She said the study was requested -

Established 1924 Published So. Fla. CaseTALLAHASSEEA by the State Welfare
Every Friday
JACKSONVILLE James F. Board which now supervises adoption -
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe Sladky. of Miami was reelected in Florida and various other
president of the Florida State Association broad studyof social agencies.
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn
of the National Associa- Florida adoption laws and prac- Mrs. Caruthers also announcedthat
Canal PoInt Florida, as Second Class Matter tion of Letter Carriers at the annual tices is going to be undertaken by the Children's Commission
voncention held here last Sat- the State Children's Commissionas would also start a detailed survey
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, PublisherChisho'ms urday.R. an outgrowth of a West Palm of juvenile court practices and

H. Peacock of Jacksonville, Beach couple's recent newspaper jurisdictions in various parts sf::
Cafeteria in Stuart features a moistureproofbag
hunt for foster homes for
was reelected vice-president and seven the state.
on every dining table, inviting guests to take home Bruce Dore of St. Petersburg was: children. .
for their pet dcgs or cats. Recently the Herald, pub-
elected secretary succeeding R. L. :Mrs Sylvia Caruthers. Child- The trend toward more entertaining -
lished at Dayton Ohio, printed the following paragraph Burns of Orlando. Vernon Tice of ren's Commission director said; at home hastened by tel
based on a note from an Ohio subscriber traveling in Orlando was elected treasurer. the agency's executive board has evision, has increased demand for
Florida: Three new men were named to agreed to put a statewide COMmittee moisture-proof colorfast ceramic
NOTE FROM S. W. Boomershine of Brookville includes a the executive board; E. P. Baren- to work on a study >f tile in converting basements into
paper bag with the cutest cocker spaniels printed on the burgge of West Palm Beach; J. O. "problems which arise when it be recreation rooms.
front. Parker of Pensacola; and Ra:** I
Mills of t
"Thi winter on our annual trek to Florida, I ran across Tampa. Representative
Emory H. Price of the Second 1'-
this bag. Having traveled lot I
a usually accompanied by our Florida Congressional District
Scott, to whom we like to slip a 'treat of bones once in a was the principal speaker at the j
while, I was more than surprised to find these sacks. Aren't banquet. U. S. Senator Claude Shrubs and Trees

they sumtlun'! Pepper was the principal speaker -
!'il say. The bags acclaim Chisholm's Cafeteria of Stuart, at the afternoon session. Representative : i

Fla., adding: : "We love pets too. So we provide for your convenience I George A. Smathers : I ALL VARIETIES AT RETAIL
this grease-proof bag to take out your table also spoke at this session.
Senator Pepper in his talk de- j
scraps. plored the I i Authorized Sales and Service
action of
the Republi :
Hurrah! I'm in favor of more restaurants adding this I
can-controlled !
Congress in giving
service. postoffice employes only a Sol:>/) JACOBSEN POWER AND
Stuart gets more nationwide advertising from the operation annual increase although the Sen-
here of Chisholm's Cafeteria than from any other local ate Committee had recommended HAND LAWN MOWERS

institution.--Stuart News. $800. : I

Sweet Corn
Republican Acker Open Wednesday and Saturday afternoons
A machine to nick sweet corn has been invented. We con- i
gratulate the inventor and the producer and we have no Expects More Votes 1100 Southern Bh.d.Vest Palm Beach ;i ii

dou ,t whatever that they are rightminded individuals. At Result Convention iI I I Ii Ii
the same time it i is with some regret that we see sweet corn

become a part of the machine age. DAYTONA BEACH Bert L I ,
Sweet torn should' be grown as close to the house as pos- Acker of Miami. Republican can-

sible. It should be watched carefully because there is a time didate for Governor of Florida i i
when sweet corn is too young and there soon follows a tim said this week that he thought hn

when it is too old. The time when it is just right is very chances by events for at election the Democratic were helped National \ SERVANT OF THE GLADES
brief and only a personal relationship with each ear is likelyto Convention.He i

put one in position to judge when it has reached the expressed pleasure that the _

proper stage.-Wall Street Journal. state delegation voted for Senato I
Russell of Georgia rather
---------------- than
""" 1 President Truman. To Miami
4 Buses
New Clipper Takes
Asked in an interview
Cinematic ChatterBy whether To West Palm Beach
Over Caribbean Run he personally endorsed the civil
Malcolm Millar rights plank in the Republican Daily To Ft Myers & Lakelaad

F 'IIAMI-As a prelude to the 'in- platform he said:
This show that is to be screen- auguration of 300mileanhourservice "Of course as a RepublicanI I .
ed at the Prince theatre this Sun- by Pan American World must support the platform of
day-Monday. gives James Stewartone Airways between Florida and Ja- my party but I must admit I have Glades Motor Lines Inc.
of the most actionated roles macia, one of the fast new Clippers not carefully studied it. I believe ,
is christened this weekat states rights are of more concern
that he has yet portrayed on tie: being
ecreen. Kingston the Jamaican cap today than civil rights and shouli SERVING THE GLADES"Fir
receive more consideration. Civil
The play is "Call Northside 777"and
ital.In rights talk just get folks riled
lovely Helen Walker is bis a colorful ceremony at Pals- up."
leading lady. Of course Richard adoes Field the gleaming new aircraft -
Conte and Lee J. Cob. who head will be named the Clipper
the excellent list of featured play- Jamaica by Mrs. H. L. E. Browne .-- -

ers lend able support to the talented wife o fthe colonial secretary of
stars and the whole affair the British outpost in the Carib-
a sMMth+ PARTY LINE Partnership.
turns out to be a well rounded bean. .
story expertly directed and characterized Among the speakers will be Wilbur
leaving us all more than L. Morrison. PAA vicepresident
satisfied at the final curtain. in charge of the Latin American

Mr. Stewart puts on a one man Division.A .
campaign for decency in this fast group of Florida newspapermen -
moving drama and finds himself representing the state's lead-
involved in one of the most a.1- ing newspapers and press associations .
venturesome episodes of his life- is flying to Kingston aboard we
time. Until the whole thing i 1 the Clipper to attend the cere-
brought to a close the audience Is monies. e rt
subjected to some mighty fast and I The five-mile-a-minute aircraft
suspenseful action and thrills. ,will go into scheduled service b-
For these above reasons I do tween Miami and Kingston VIA
recommend this show to you as the Camaguey. Cuba. and Montego
type of entertainment that leaves Bay. Jamaica. They will fly two

no doubt in your mind about your round-trips weekly on Mondaysand wJ ,idoc ,. ,
being well paid for the time spent Fridays, over the 589-mile +
looking it through. route, and the service will be stepped -
up to daily flights during th'
See you at the movies-
winter season. Kingston also his
I two other daily round-trip Clipper
Reitz Resigns Post : flights linking it with Miant. and -
I and extra round-trip on Wednesdays -
With Citrus Group I 0

Following the christening ceremonv -
I 1
ORLA DO-.Dr. J. Wayne Reitz .' Flondiars will be guestsof
resigned last week as econom'c! j I'I'! the Jamaica Tourist Board it
counsel' of the United Growers and ; luncheon and during the afternoon -
Shippers Association, one of Flor- |;: will be shown the sights o' d
Ma's major citrus trade organizations Kingston
1 TheT- ial Clapper wi'l! fly
He said he was reigning ti them to Montepo Ray, Jamaica
order to accept appointment a* I seaside report to spend the ni!: :t.
chief of the citrus division of the The newspaper group returr t,
fruit and vegetable branch of th' i'i Miami the next alternwn. '" oirctl:

Production and Marketing Admin- o4 i1scoisiae
istration. United States Department Late \.0 \50 iQ

of Agriculture. Use of rubber as a paving material ,\<"C \:\ f
Dr. Ritz was professor of agricultural for street and roads alone s'o1ea: 5y$1 cr
economics at the University has been regarded by rubber men ". at\.1 ca te i4t erc9it

of Florida for 10 years' as a good but uneconomical Idea. ".\" dot\.0 \ui'tg e<,etg
prior to joining the staff of United even for limited areas such 3J
Growers and Shippers around Now \\t\e
hOSPItalS. accordingto : -
-- B F. Goodrich officials, tea \
)dr. and Mrs. T E. Alexander Dutch are doing some venous experiment .
and family who visited relatives in with rubber topping forhighways
Rome Ga.. returned to their home at a government' laboratory -
here this week. at Delft Holland: I-

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

t'I or suburban areas, always walk on the left side of the road j
facing traffic. :
: There is plenty of reason for this. Last year for every person :
I I killed facing traffic three were killed walking with traf- !
I fie. 24 Floridians lost their lives and 33 were injured walking !

I I the wrong way instead of facing oncoming cars. For every !
.<' daytime fatality there were 4 deaths during the dusk and
dark hours. Six more people lost their lives merely standing
in the road.
I Mr. Motorist-
Never assume you are safe when walking on the highways

''I' MAKE -many times you are hard to see. Then, too, the despicable
I SAFE.DRIVING hit and run driver is still at large-his numbers and his victims ,
: increasing. In the first six months of 1946, 78 hit-and- I
, I ,run accidents were recorded in Florida and 16 were killed by
t these car cowards.

., : L. So remember for your own sake-on highways, walk to
the left facing traffic-be alert to danger-be alive tomorrow.

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: I Prepared the Associated; DaiKe;
Paul I Hard in Publisher
ef Florida. tfi. Florida! ; Pre" Atto- ,
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Four Th Everglades News Canal Point. Florida
Page Frida}'. July 30. 193
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Riveria Plant Of- Lithograph Plant aging field. The firm is observing ILLEGAL SIGNSTALLAHASSEE Mrs Eva Spencer. have gone to
its fiftieth anniversary this }'ear. More than Celo. N. C. where they willisit
Continued from page 1 Opened In Tampa The executive offices and main one million illegal signs have been their son and daughter-in-law. Mr.
phasized leaving the site of the plant are at North Bergen. New removed from Florida highways it and Mrs. Karl Erickson for a few
plant to be determined by population TAMPA-After a two-year survey I Jersey They recently opened a was reported last week by the division weeks.D. .
trend. of Florida and the citrus industry plant in San Francisco. California of outdoor advertising of L. Hooks took his son. Stanley -
The huge turbo-generator, the the Rossotti Lithographing to handle the West Coast trade. the State Road Department State to Daytona Beach for a few
most modern of its kind cooled by Company, of North Bergen N. J. The Tampa plant will manufacture law requires that all highway days: vacation last week. He was
:hydrogen gas is being built by :has opened a complete lithographing all types of labels and food signs be licensed and any sign accompanied by the Rev. R. ..'...
General Electric Company, Schen- plant under the name of Ro3- cartons and will specihze in adver- that do not conform to state regu ,Fuller and on their return a Southern -
ectady, N. Y. The boiler capabi.aof sotti Florida Lithographing Corporation tisisng and promotional material.A lations are confiscated. Bell telephone truck hit theHooks'
295 tons of waterto in a modern building at special creative department i">
converting i car damaging it very ba is being built 205 North Eleventh Street, Tampa being set up in the Tampa plant.
steam hour
every The PS-1 "package" box car developed ly. The accident happened in Nev
The two Rossotti Alfred
by Combustion Engineering Company The plant is under the manage- brothers Smyrna.
New York City. ment of Cecil E. (Robbie) Robinson F. and Charles C.. officers of the by Pullman-Standard Car
Marvin Unwm. student
at the
Shipment of the boiler is sche- vice-president, who is a native parent company, are also officers :Manufacturing Company is now University of Florida in Gainesville -
duled for September. 1949. and of Florida but has spent the put in the Florida Corporation. accounting for approximately 40 has returned to that city
shipment of the turbogeneratoris 20 years in New York in the printing .- - per cent of the box cars orderel after visiting his parents. Mr. and
set for May. 1950. Florida Powe-- lithographing and advertising I from all contract builders aril Mrs. J. E. Unwm here.
& Light Company expects to have business. NEW CONSULTANT more than 28 per cent of box cars
Bobby Peacock son of :Mr. aulMrs
the new generator unit installed The Tampa plant, accordnig to ordered from all 8OUrceS.Personal . B. Peacock of Pahokee. underwent -
and in operation by 1951. Robinson will be the only complete TALLAHASSEE Miss Sarah an operation for the removal
Expansion of the Riviera Beach lithograph plant in Florida. Benedict of Tallahassee has been of a growth on his tongueat
plant follows closely upon the During the past three months Ro >- named Consultant to the FloridaChildren' ItemsMr. Duke Hospital in Durham. N. C.
plant's erection as a new and inson has supervised the erectionof
Commission it was an- this week. Bobby was one of the
modern addition to the company s .I machinery. All new equipmen nounced here by Director Sulvia star football players on the Paho
system in the latter part of 1946. has been installed- They recentlyset Crothers. and Mrs. Manning I. Keen kee Blue Devil team last fall.
It was formally dedicated on Feb- up the last piece of equipment Miss Benedict studied sociologyat have as guests this week Miss Net- Mrs. Josh Crews and son. Eddie -
ruary 25 1947. when some 5,009 a 24-inch color precision cameramanufactured Florida State University whenit tie Pearl Rigsbee of Palmetto. are visiting her brother-in-law
visitors inspected it during an by the American was Florida State College for Fla.. also Miss Grace Alfred of and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Andy
"open house" celebration and Type Founders Corporation. Wit Women, and at Western Reserve Enterprise and Mrs. Keen's sister. Nychyk in Ft. Myers for several
JMayor Lee Regan fo Riviera this camera it will be possible to Unversity in Cleveland.She Miss Ann Slonaker of Clewi on. days.
Beach delivered the dedicatory ad- produce the finest in all types of was employed by family Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Enckso.i Mr. and Mrs J. V Thomas and
dress. color process work. service agencies in Louisville and accompanied by their son ant family returned to their home here
Describing enlargement of the The name of Rossotti is we!! Cleveland for the past fifteen daughter-in-law. Mr. and :Mrs W. Thursday after a visit with Mrs.
Riviera Beach plant. deMoya de- known in the label and food pack- years. E. Erickson and their daughter. Thomas' parents in Marianna
dared that it will consist of & .
"new in plant construc -- --- ----
departure ---- ---- -
tion". Unlike the present Riviera
Machinery much of which is housed
he said "little if any of the
new unit will be covered by shelter.
Construction costs accordingly
will be reduced, building main-
tenance expense in the future will

be economies practically which eliminated-typical help to keep the Everglades Federal Savings and

cost of electricity low. i
deMoya pointed out that ex-

pansion pany's struction Florida present of and Riviera Power expansion$85,000,000 is&"another Light program.Com stopin con- III Loan Association of Belle bladei\\1 II 1I

"As a result of this program, i

the new public plants go has up already at Sarasota seen an our.1 I BELLE GLADE. FLORIDA ;,j

Riviera. New additional generators II
have been recently placed in II I IIII
operation at Sanford and Miami. II
A huge, new 72.000-kilowatt sta- !
tion is under construction at Cut- STATEMENT OF JUNE 30,1948 i!
ler, south of Miami. I''

"When we complete the Riviera Resources I;
addition we will have tripled our
generating capacity since pre-war
1940". said. "That's proof I
deMoya First Mortgage Loans ___..._..... ________________ $1,125,398.93Loans
that we are 'Grownig With Florida ,
and Helping Florida Grow'."
The company also announce*! on Certificates --_______-- ____________________ 9,260.00 1
last week that it was ordering a44.000kilowatt i
turbo-genertor for Stock Federal Home Loan Bank .__..___________ 12,500.00 i ij I II
delivery in 1951. to be located at a

site as yet undetermined but j I Cash on Hand __._______________ _____________________________ 147,929.45 f
wherever Florida's growth requires -

Office Equipment .. -- _____.________ 377.16
Sugar Company Binder for; Purchase of Real Estate 50.00

Fetes Its Key Men I ''I

CLE\VISTON-Emblems reprc- $1,595,515.54 !'I

eening 260 years of service wcr
presented last week to 15 key employees Liabilities ii!
of the United States Sugar i j
Corporation by Charles E. Weth

erald. roropration president. The I Members Share Accounts --....-.. .-- --.....--...-- $1,448,980.34 !
presentation was made at a Key I I I II.

Men's dinner at the Clewiston Inn. I.. Other Liabilities .-- -..---....... uu. ......__..u__...___ 3,516.64 i
In presenting these emblems

Wetherald commended the key en '! Specific Reserves --...-.-...... ...... ...___........__.... 36,624.93 II III
ployees for their loyal and splendid
record of service to the corporation .
I Unallocated Reserves ............ .................... 37,695.85
i f fiI
Josiah Ferris: Jr.. vicepresidentof fi i
the corporation was in charge 'I Loans in Process -...--...--.....--. .... ................ 59,430.28
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of the entertainment
A gold emblem set with program.a ruby II t Dividends declared but Unpaid ..--.. ....--..... 9, 67.50 j jj
and sapphire went to Malcolm W
Bigg, corporation treasurer for a
quarter of a century of service. :j $1,595,515.54 :#
Gold Emblems set with rubies
,! :;
went to C. J. Akin. S. L. Crochet. I
W C. Owen. R. Y. Patterson. M ::1 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS :1
A. Thomas:! O A. Anderson an 1 :

E.k"rvict'C. Mill for twenty years of I C. E. Riedel, President A. E. Kirchman, VicePres.v. :::

Gold emblems for fifteen years R. Hooker Vice Pres. Hugh J. Bratley Sec.-Treas. !
of service' went to II. C. Jones: and ,

O. A. Jone Herbert D. Beck Attorney i
1 :1:1j
A silver emblem ten years service :
went to T %\". Reexe B-orz
emblems for five years -of service
went to Fred C. Stkes G. \\" Investments are insured by an Agency of the Federal
Tak. Alton V%'. Jones and D. n.! ': i-
Hampton Government up to Five Thousand Dollars

... .
The Chicken-of-Tomorrow winrer i,
in the nationwide contrsponsored <: .,
b> AAP Food Stores
was a crow between Cornish acid
New IlAtrpihire (" -

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Six The Everglades News, Canal Point. Florida Friday July 30, 1949-

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Circle Group Hears POT LUCK SUPPER I Mrs. Agner Gives GIFT OF PROJECTOR' Dewey Expected To

The Canal Point American Legion The First Baptist Church of Pa-
Mrs. Arch Blakey"The Missionary ProgramMrs. Speak In Florida
Post and Legion Auxiliary conducted I bokee is happy to announce the
gift of a :movie projector The or- During His Campaign
the first of of I
a series jointpotluck
J. D. Agner presented a
Church in Poland", was the der will be placed shortly. The giver's -
theme of the program presented suppers and social get-to- program on. "Religion and Rural name in accordance with hu .. ORLANDO-Governor ThomasE.

by Mrs. Arch Blakey at the July gether meetings scheduled for the I Churches" at the meeting Tues- wish will be withheld. This fine Dewey

meeting of the SimonsonLaircircle summer months at the Legion Hall day evening of the Grace Jernigan thought on the part of this fine Republican presidential

of the Methodist Woman' in Canal Point Tuesday evening.The circle of the Baptist Woman's friend whose interest in the wel- candidate will carry his campaigninto

Society of Christian Service Mon informal dinner and social Missionary Union at the home of fare of our youth manifests itseif the Deep South and Florida

day. The circle met at the home of hour was well attended and will be Mrs. Seth Roberts. Assisting Mrs. in various and sundry ways is re- will be: on his itinerary accordingto

Mrs. T. L. Burns with Mrs. Burns repeated from time to time duringthe Agner in the discussion of the ceived by the church and friendsof M. J. Moss Orlando realtor anJ

and Mrs. John D. Rogers as summer instead of separate topic were Mrs. H. C. Graham the church with a hearty Republican candidate for congress

hostesses. meetings. There were approxi- Mrs. Wiley Tuhs Mrs. D. W. "Thank you" and the "Lord bless from the Fifth District. It la not

Before the program Mrs. L. J. mately 30 attending. Young and Mrs. Carl A. Moberg. yam" known at this time just when
. .. During the business session Dewey will visit Florida but it is
Fraser. circle chairman led the devotional .
and presided over a short Plans AnnouncedFor which was presided over by Mrs. definitely understood that this
Tillis members voted to send state will be on his itinerary.Mr. .
business session. Wiley . .
Sunday WeddingPlans money and clothing to World Re- Mrs. Herman Kautz
Mrs John A. Dulany. general
and Mrs. M F.
George spent
made fora
president, attended and led an informal lief overseas Plans were Has Birthday Party
the week-end West.
in Key
have been by meet- i
discussion on the needs and completed series of cottage prayer I
Ann McClure and held this summer -
Miss will be .
Virginia ings which
future plans for the organization.The Price Burdeshaw was - -
Robert Donald Apelgren for their will be announced -
Exact dates
school of Missions in Lakelandwas hostess at a surprise birthday
announced for August 30. The wedding which will be a social later. Mrs W H. Rogers ar-1 party honoring her daughter )'Ir-. ------- -
vent of Sunday August 1st. Th! :Miss Elizabeth Caraway were visitors
rocietv will send 3 delegates to Herman Kautz at her home Satur
be named from ceremony in the First Method During the social hour which
the school one to day e".t'ning.Gamt's .
Church in Pahokee at 4 m. wl' and business
p. followed the program
each circle.
and contests were enjoyed Prince TheatrePahokee
be followed by a reception at the meeting the hostess served refreshments -
At the conclusion of the meeting and refreshments were served -
home of the bride's parents on to 11 members and guests
Mrs. H. J. Anderson invited circl- to guests attending. Mrs
Bacom Point Road with a numberof
members to meet at her home in attending. Burdeshaw was assisted by her Florida
out-of-town relatives and . .
August and to combine the meet- daughter-in-law. Mrs. John Burdeshaw -

ing with an out-door dinner part friends attending. NEW COACH LINETALLAHASSEE Those present were Mr. and
The bride-to-be, daughter of M:-. i
in her garden with husbands attending Lee's Coacn !Mrs.. Roy Kautz Mr. and Mrs. Joe
and Mrs. O. B. McClure has namedas
Lines of Marianna have requestel:
as guests. i Alderman Mr. and Mrs. I. J.
her maid of honor her sister.
The hostesses served a dessert authority from the Florida Railroad Fraser. Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Harold 1-2
Miss Ruby Jane McClure Her
course to those present. and Public Utilities Commis- Webb. Jr.. Herman Kautz and son
.. cousin Cweme Perkins of Ft bus
lon to expand its operations Ronnie Mrs. R. D. Durranc",
Pierce. will be junior bridesmaidand Greenwood in
Mobergs Planning: little Betty Jo Phillips and from Marianna to conduct',Wayne Burdeshaw Price Burd--
Jackson county and to sbaw. John Burdeshaw and daughter 'Call Northside 11?
Month's Vacation Bunny Brooks will be the flower charter trips to Blue Springs A Eleanor.

girls. Another of the brideelect'scousins hearing on the application will beheld starring
Perkins will light .. .
Nancy Mananna
Rev. Moberg and family will in the courthouse at

leave early Monday morning fora the candles. August 2nd. The State Game and FreshWater James Stewart, Helen
of Providence .
M. Howarth
Robert -
month's vacation. The moto- Fish Commission warnssportsmen
trip will begin with a day at R. I. will be Mr.. Apelgren'abest \ANT PER.'UTTALLAHASSEE that if they are paying Walker, Richard

Wilhamsburg. Va.. and Yorktown man and named as ushers art Application I more than $2 for a resident fishinglicense Conte Lee J.
historical places of much interest. Richard L. Brooks of Pahokee and of J. T. Ellis of Orlando'for a stat they are being gyped and ,

Then to Pokomocke City for :.1hello" Richard Fuchs of Homestead. certificate authorizing sightseeing; points out that the law sets the Cobb
. I
" to the Pahokee farming tours in Florida will be consideredby rate at $1.75 plus 35c: for th;

folks A..sin across the bay to the Shower Is Given Miss the Florida Railroad and Public County Judge, a total of $2.00.
;: ;;l-Ac-.d ;y-t Annapolis; and Utilities Commission at a pub!.- I I

Washington. D. C. where the Congressional Virginia McClureMiss !hearing in Orlando July 30 Elm ,

session will be enjoyed 'has asked for permission to trans-

as the guests of the Hon. Virginia Ann McClure, port sightseers to all the principal

Dwight Rogers. bnde-elect of Robert Donald Apelgren. tourist attractions in the stat. Milk Means GrowthWithout
The Mobergs will be the house was honored with a miscellaneous leaving from Winter Park and

guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold shower at the home (f Orlando. The hearing will be held

Robinson. Mr. Robinson's research Mrs Nelle Montgomery. at 2217S. in the county courthouse.

laboratory of radar television W. 17th Terrace Miami Wed- certain elements in his

walkie talkie etc. played an Im- nesday evening.
portant part in the last war and The refreshment table was laid Classified AdsFOR diet, baby would lack bounce and

Is now engaged in an active program with a delicate pink cloth and an
of the things for peace. New aqua umbrella hung above the energy. The urge to grow and de-
SALE: New and used Willys
York will be the next atop for a shower table. Mrs. Montgomeryand Jeeps. Walter Ashley Garage in velop would be retarded.
few days: stay with Mrs. E. B. Mrs Myrtle Muller were the 126. Jllcb
Belle Glade. Phone
Richardson and family. Rev. Moberg's hostesses. Guests were Mrs. O. B

sister. Then to Moorestown. McClure. Mrs. Edna Morton Mrs. SEPTIC tanks and grease traps Alfar Pasteurized Milk is the

N. J. and Altoona. Pa. for a visit Margaret Nelson. Mrs. Hazel Frek- cleaned and repaired. Phone ;

with Mrs. Moberg's relations. Chicago ere Mrs Lucille Baker. Mrs. Chris- 3872. Bob Douthit. Pahokee. M17e safest milk for :your baby.

next with Dr. and Mrs. H. E. tine Lane Miss Joan Hartman and I Homogenized 1.Iilkith the all-
Ressler. father of Mrs. Moberg. Miss Ruth Warren. SALESMAN WANTED: Asbestos

On to the mountains of th" . Siding and roofing contact man I important Vitamin D added is
Great Smokies with Dr. and Mrs. Florida Remodeling and Construction -

C. F. Waller and family and hom Sermon Will Be Co.. Box 898 Belle Glade. the choice of many mothers for

The Mobergs express their heartfelt Phone 364. TF
Broadcast SundayThe
gratitude to the church fo- 1.nIJSERFOR S\LE: I baby feeding. Be safe when you

the granting of this vacation and- First Baptist Church of PA- 1 International Diesel TD-35, buy milk-look for the Alfar em-
the blessings gained
will through
try hokee will broadcast its service Trac Tractor; 1 6.foot Tand m
to reciprocate in every wa"
this Sunday morning at eleven Athens Harrow Timken Bearings blem.
be the
What a joy to
pos-iWe considerateIt o'clock Rev C. A. Moberg will 1 Set of 3-6 foot Caldwell Choppers ; I
pastor of a people so "The Second Coming of
ministeiswill peak on. for pasture maintenance All ofabove
is hoped the visiting Christ. Mrs. Moberg will be the
Equipment has been reconditioned
heartiestof '
be blessed with the soloist rendering. "Face to Face" and in first class condi LFA '

cooperation . The large chorus choir will augment tion. Nichols Equipment Co. Sebnng \
the congregational singing Fla_ Located by A. C. L.
Would Halt Freight At the eight o'clock hour the Depot. P. o. Box 58. Phone 6S11 I
pastor will preach the last of the 4TP

Rate Increases aeries of messages on "Israel the Belle Glade - Phone 20

New' Statf'." ENGLISH SI'KINGFJt & Cocker

TALLAHASSEE Florida is Capacity:\ congregations have attended Spaniels ---- A K C RegistereJ I

joining with Alabama in Irving to these special services' andit Champion blood lines Our show '

call a halt on railroad freight ant is with much appreciation that wins prove our quality A limited - -,

passenger rate increases author- the pastor expresses himself concerning number of puppies available

ized bv, the Interstate Commerce htis interest These are Priced from $35 E. F. Cu hman.Puhokee. .

Commission. days of much confusion and for a Phone 4<*62 J19ch Notice To Growers And Stockmen!
Richard A. Mack, acting chal- pt'' try to find the answersthroiieh
man cf the Florida Railroad an1 the medium of Bibl-

Public Utilities CommsMon.. says teaching commendation i' the order Doutbit. Pahokee, Fla. Phone The FARMERS
3S72 July > t -
the Commission has sided with the hence. Pahokee is "on tu-
,, and The National Farm Loan Association
Commision ,
Alabama Public Service marin prophetic thinking KK KE>T: Warm Farm Lan.jSIr
! in protest against the ICC -.- Sec 14. 4254 acres) next tf> will hc.e rtpre-entatues at Pahokee and BelIe (Hade

granting the railroads rate Increases B\NKFRBXCK VtTr\L Canal Point Labor camp excellent for the purpo-e of interviewing farmers and takingapplication

over the heads of the state location for getting day labor ana
; for their financial' requirements.
commissions The Alabama commission TAMPA The Executive Council bean picker Phone 5*4. ultrtt

recently refused to era t of the Florida Bankers ACSO'iatio!
increases on Intr*.state rallroaJmo'em..r.b has approved a report by the association UNTIIUo'k to keep two Pahokee: at :M P. Holman. Inc. Fertilizer! House, on
and the ICC late.. committee whicn trucks bu...v. P >e Frank Chancy in Fri !
s citrus : a\-. July 2nd. !Oth. IGth. :23rd.: ; ,0th and August
to hear the (cas. The Alabama that "loans on lowgrade Pahokee J30-2t
agreed suggested:
6th and U th, tetueen the hour of 10:(") a. m. and
commission had refused 01 are hazardous and a
juice 1U><>. FOR SALE: All Breed
the ground that the railroads ha.1 disservice to the citrus industry D. m.
any amount. See Crate Tuck r
failed to furnish a financial breakdown and to the entire economy:\ of the Pahokee. Fla. 2tp

<.f revenue from traffic inside tate of Fiend" Belle! Glade: at the office of Van I ?ndin?ham Brother -

the state . The report of' the Florida committfavored Citrus?_ on Thura, July lt, S nth. 15th July 22n'.
the new
21 th end August. 5th and 12th. between' the hour of
Are you losing payments: evervmonth Mutual and urged growers to consider CHILLS ft FEVER

that :you are entitled to its contracts, recommended 10.00 a. m. and 3:00 p. m. ;

under the Old Age ad Survivors higher standards for the inteno'1 DUETOMUARIAIEUEVED666

Insurance Program of the Social of fresh fruit: and that a volume Interviews will, be appreciated.Page ;
Security Act* Better check win pro-rate be adopted by the grower -

the nearest Social Security Office and tipper cf interior Florida (A6..eoU
and CUM out. i -_ 'LA

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Injury----Death I II

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I ..: Every violation of the center line of safety is a potential prelude :
to accident. I II I I
Crossing: into the danger zone can occur at the approach to I
: the top of a hill-on a curve-going into an underpass, or !
even on the straight highway. That's reckless, dangerous II
driving! Accident records show that about one half of aU ''I
accidents result from bad driving habits such*
Mr. Pedestrian- :
._._.. e.traffic !II

I I WALK SAFELY It's your responsibility to yourself, your family and to II j
others who share the road to avoid these "Pass-Pockets" ::1 I
LIVE where lurk injury-and death. I

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

year. !
You can be a safe driver if you wilL It's up to you.
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EigLt The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, July 30. 1949

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AVARREX :Mr. and :Mrs. Richard F. HUit I Those from Pahokee attending after visiting his father, Ed Gooch Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Hudgens aid

Be GovernorIn and children will leave over the the funeral of Mrs. J. W. Payne bLake er in Blakley Ga., who is ill ani son. Durwcod. of Plant City have

week-end for a vacation in the Placid Monday were the Rev. her father J. Whittington in Ala- returned to their home there aftervisiting

Absentia? Lookout Mountains near Chatta- and Mrs. Arthur J. Lively. :Mrs. bama. Mr. and :Mrs. William M I-

nooga. Tenn. Sadie Barwick, Mrs. O. R. Bleech Word has been received of tjn ton Douglas and family in Paho

Friends of Fuller Wraren Dem- :Mrs. V. R. Elarbee. who has been and Dickie Johnson. death of Carl Gamer formerly o:
ocratic nominee for governor of spending several weeks with her Mrs. Nola B. Smith has returnei Canal Point. Funeral services were and Mrs. L. W. Knight an 1

Florida this week pointed oat son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and to her home here after vacationingat conducted for Mr. Gamer at Melbourne family of Canal Point are moving

that the threatening Russian sit- Mrs Vernon Elarbee in Tampa returned Lake Weir near Weirsdal last Wednesday. to Belle Glade this week.

uation has caused a peculiar st*- to Pahokee for the week- With her there were Mr. and Mrs
uation to be developing-due to end. She was accompanied by Mr. C. L. Todd and daughter and :Mrs.

Warren's status as a reserve officer and Mrs. Elarbee and daughter .Kansas Todd.

of the United States Navy. Joan. They all returned to Tampaon i Mrs: Robert Hitchcock, Jr., and

He was said to be subject to call Monday.Mr. Mrs. Josh Crews spent a few day I Bring us your TIRE TROUBLESTires -. j .
in event of emergency, has already : and :Mrs. G. W. Byrd: has i'in Tampa last week. I
received-as have other Navy and as their week-end guests their son- 'I business J
Mrs. Batchelor is are our any size anytype
Havey a pat- I ,
Army reservists-a questionnaire in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. I 11
ient at the Good Samaritan Hos-
inquiring as to his availability.The Lynn G. Elarbee of Ft. Lauderdale.
Jacksonville lawyer spent Hugh Watson son of Mr. an i pital in West Palm Beach where +i i to fit your particular need. !

substantial sums undergoing oper- Mrs. Ronald Watson, who enlistedn he will undergo surgery this ii i I

ations for minor 'physical diso- the U. S. Navy on July 8th is week. I

ders to make himself available for taking his basic training at San Mrs. Horace Unwin was guest I PAUL'S SERVICE STATION I
service in World War II when he Francisco, Cal. speaker at the Baptist Woman'sMissionary

crossed the submarine infested At- Mr. and Mrs. Audie F. Hook, Union in Clewiston CANAL POINT FLORIDA I'
afternoon. She was ac- l
of Tuesday
lantic many times as chief a Jr. spent the week-end with his
aboard freighters. companied to that city by Mrs.
gunnery crew parents. Mr. and Mrs. Audie F.
Some always have believed that Tom Baldwin.Mr. .
Hooks in Miami.
the finger of fate-or political and Mrs. H. D. Hardawayhave -

machinations-got him the unus- the Word death was of received Earl Wade Monday, son of of returned from Arkansas ...., : (.(. : )-.t y .). ) ) ,...: >_:. I
weeks with
assignment duringthe where they spent two
ually dangerous Mrs. Wesley Wade of Pa- + v
:Mr. and
his relatives.Mr. .
last war and don't Office Machine Headquarters
who resided in Paho .:
hokee. Earl -+
enemies above using external pres- and Mrs. M. F. George will
kee for many years, was making;: Underwood Typewriters ..
sure, if possible to get him back leave this week for Bradento )
Md. Mr.
into service and "out of the way"eo his home in Baltimore I where they will spend a month's Sundstrand Adding Machine :.
and Mrs. Wade and family are in
that he couldn't as governor I vacation.Mr. Marchant Calculating Machines .6.
attempt the governmental reformshe Maryland on their vacation.Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Funderburk I A. B- Dick Mimeographs :

pledged the people in his elec- and Mrs. Homer Barnes and have returned from a visit wits Elliott Addresso Graphs t

tion efforts. children accompanied by her mother her brother-in-law and sister, M.. + F & E Check Writers +
. Mrs. Pearl Agner. have returned -
and Mrs. C. R. Johnson in West ti
from Naples. Fla. where they Palm Beach. HALSEY & GRIFFITH, INC. ..%.
friends. They were accom-
visited Miss Mrs. W. Goocher accompaniedby 4r Phone 2-3883 West Palm Beach J..
panied on their return by y .
her brother-in-law. B. Goocher. .
:Marian Marion Carroll and John who is Ogle their are returned to their homes this week sa X.XR. :..( s:-:-:-:-: .y s.s:s.:-:s :s s:-:s.:s ..

Flamingo spending a vacation red
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fishing.Mr. I
:Mr. and Mrs. Albert Otis Allen I I and Mrs. Claude Sante-j

of Pahokee announce the birth .;>? have as their guests this week her

a daughter, Martha Joan, at the son and daughter-in-law. Mr. and

Everglades Memorial Hospital in Mrs. Donald A. Ogle of Almeda. .

Pahokee, July 24th. Calif. Ogle who is in the U. S.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Cowart ar; Navy, has been transferred toPensacola

announcing the birth of a son for 2 years shore duty.

Thomas Michael at the Good Sa- Mrs. Josh Crews and Son Edd

mantian Hospital in West Palm are visiting her sister Mrs. Andy

Beach. July 25. Nycheck: of Ft. Myers: this week.
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Staffordof :Mrs. Harvey Batchlor is a pa-
Pahokee announce the birth .::)f tient of Good Samaritian Hospitalof

a daughter Sandra Sue at tire West Palm Beach. i

Good Samaritian Hospital in We-,; Mrs. Horace Unwin was guest

Palm Beach July 21. speaker of the Oewiston. M. U. '3 :ors
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Tuesday. I
Mrs. Raymond Caruthers ii te
visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson i

Jr.. in Maryland for a week.

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pope of Paho
kee are visiting her parents. Mr.

and Mrs. J. :Marshall in Miami.
Mrs. P. M. Cate. Jr.. and children Mrs. Ralph A. Fuller will be in

have returned from several charge of arrangements for a
weeks visit and vacation with her wiener roast and out-door party

parents in Asheville. N. C. Mr. for the Junior Fellowship of hte B. (Tilly; ) Walker i
Cate motored up for them. Methodist Church in Canal Point
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Holt and Friday afternoon. The setting for

daughters have returned to their the party will be sunset beach on

home after' spending several weeksn Lake Okeechobee.' Many Thanks

Georgia and the Carohnas. Mr. Billy Jernigan will represent the

Holt and children visited her parents Canal Point Methodist Church at

the Rev and Mrs. George L. the Christian Adventure Camp in

Kern in Augusta Ga.' and Mr. Leesburg in August. Billy is a
to holders and friends for makingit
Holt was engaged in a business member of the senior fellowship , my policy
deal in that state..
group of the church. posible for to win top honors and to lead all
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Vandegrift The Rev. Ralph A. Fuller pastor me

are visiting relatives in Chipl y. of the Canal Point Methodist
Fla.. and Alabama.Mr. Church has been named choir director agents in the State of Florida in the productiorof
: and Mrs. James M. Vand
of the church choir le-
grift have bought the W. I. Till-' hearsals will be conducted at the business with the New York Life Insurance
home in Pahokee. Mr. and
church each Friday at 7:30 p. m.
Mrs. Tillman and family are moving Glenn H. Abhng has been named: Company for the year of '47 and '48, ending
where Mr.
to Okeechobee City
choir director of the Pahoke-
Tillmai is employed with the Methodist church and choir rhcarsals **- June 1.19.IS.
Okeechobee Motors.
are conducted each Fri-
Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Holman.
day at 8 p. m. Last Sunday morn-
who the summer in
are spending
ing the choir loft was filled an.tunder
Pocomoke City. Md.. spent a week
Mr. Ablmg's able directionthe
in Pahokre on business. choir rendered an impressive If It's Life InsuranceConsultR.
Mrs H. T. Williams and childrenare
anthem and added much to th-
spending a few days at Juno
Brach. morning worship service.Mr. .
and Mrs. w A. Adam, who
Miss D. \Apelgren.lrJiniacClure of Coral and Cableswere Robert have beenisitmg relatives. in B. WalkerMorse

the week-end guests of hoe Georgia, returned" to their home 'n (Tilly)

parents. Mr. and Mrs. O. B. McClure Canal Point this week.' .
Frank Talus and his uncle L. 1...
H. T. William! is a patient V Till are attending a baker
the Duke hospital in Durham. N school in Miami this week. c

C where" te underwent surgery thefirst Mr and Mr!'. Leonard Dobro-v: Arcade Bldjr. %fljw\k[ 192r Iioulevard:
of the week. have a!* their' house puests.< hi:
Mr. and Mrs. John R>ton! have mother. :Mr. Lena H Dobrow of Street Floor-Room 4 *$jJ&J! r Hollywood, Fla.

returned from a vacation sport Miami Beach and hn aunt. Miss

in Hendorsorvaile. ::. c. Freda Hutter of Flu.hine. N YMr .

Donald Padgett accompanied bvfcis and Mrs O. H Chasta'r

vistrr. Miss Joy Padgett' and: and children have returned from Representing:
Thomas Hoes spent several dave Ft" Myer' Beach where they visited -

In Gainesville this week \istir; Mr and Mrs M D Geiger. who
rnrnd have taken a cottage' there for two
New York Life Insurance Co.Pge
Mr. and Mr Arch Blakey and weeks .
son, Freddie are spending a week Mr. and Mrs John A. Dulanyand

on ft tour of the state. They will son, Philip have returned tv
spend some time in St. AuPtmf' their tome ia Pmhokee after spending -

and Silver Sprtof two weeks at Jensen Beach.


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