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Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: July 18, 1947
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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July 18,1947 PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDIN




CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY



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State Road DepartmentTallahassee State Railroad Commission Will I








July 11,1947 Investigate Local Phone Service I




:Mr. Paul Rardin I I
The State Railroad Commission

County Commissioner, I Bowen Promises Additional will make an investigation into

Canal Point, Florida ;I : ?r.e inadequate and inefficient Uleh -

I : :h, service now t"'ingrt'ndt'rNI

:.i t-.e Pahokte and Canal Point

DearIr": Rardin : Personnel For Phone Work area by the Dell Telephone Con.-

pany. This fact was bared this

In answer to your inquiry about I week when Paul Kardin..h. has

the resurfacing of the road between been waging an unceasing battle
; in an effort to get tatter t'n'kc
In Lake Okeechobee
Belle Glade and Pahokee, I wish toadvise Area !t'('. h'etl a lettt lion the stat

body in leply to a letter of complaint
have received detail
that we sent to Tallahassee)) latw

plans from our Division Office (Ft. Ed Bowen. district manager o! I eek.
In I aftlin' letter to the siato
Lauderdale the Bell Telephone Company in a McClure Road Is
) and it is intention to
our I board last week he pointed out ti! '
litter to The Everglades News on
this resurfacing ineffectiveness of notifying:.I
advertise for
project -
Tuesday of this week promisesi Start
Completed Bowen. district manager with offices
bids to be received during the I II i i more personnel for the phone ; I in't Palm Beach and


latter part of August. ;I system kt-e-Canal in Point the Belle area.GladePahc In his let-- : New Job In B. Glade|sought in an investigation aid from the of control the alleged board


With all good wishes I remain tt'rIr.. Bowen states that Chester I I service to find out why this areacan't
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F. Jackson has been appointedmanager I
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McClure Road in Pahokee was have service on a par with

Sincerely, for the phone companyfor 'I completed by county road forces communities of like size in other

the Glades area replacing A. this week according to Commie-- part->t. the sFo'month 0,<
F. Elgin Bayless Chairman R. Whdden who :J.751I return to 1 fc
f I stoner Paul Rardin under whose B'y ribers of the

State Road Department. ,West Palm Beach. direction the road was built. Top I Bell company f'bombarded this
: The phone man also says that II
! I rock surface betwee newspaper of fit !with requests fora
was put on i
worker will be added to
,another
for better service. A flock
showers and th* fight
on Wednesday
I[ the maintenance crew making it I kla II
road opened to the public .'> of rosy promises by District Manager -
total of five with Mr. Jack
I I men \ I day morning.:. -1 Bowen in regard to betterservice

Rardin Is Successful In I It is pointed out that Mr. Jacl I J Json's : Commenting on the new road in the immediate future
Securing duties will consist largely in j Kardin said "It is another mileof I caused the editor of this nt'wspa"pt'r

hard Mirfard' ( road in the to wait a few weeks to see if

For Bacom Point i the supervision of work of t'ae: steadily, growing county road such promises were to be fulfilled.
$65,000 Airport I other men and handling of all I
\' \.tem in the (ladt.... The road When it was found out last week

I, _ nn matters for the company with hf"I. fills a definite need in the coninuinit that Mr Bowen was making mo-e

Plans for $65,000 expenditure by : 500 and 2.000 by 500 feet will get I I I public.the editor It has of been this the news contentionof pape.-: > and 1 am hap to see itcompleted. promises then he could fulfill. J-)!l-

I underway. j itor Kardin derided it was time to
Palm Beach for establishment .
County that a local business managershould I
I Road forces mod I do something about it.
were
of an improved airport to be "After the grass runways have bo made available by the County A letter from the Honda Railroad !-
from McClure Road to the
been fully to take I' iceplant
the Palm Beach developed care company so that complaints could of
known as County I Commission under date
Glades Airport were revealed at I'of light planes and an occasionally I. be handled through him instead of j[ road in Belle will Glade be where startedimmediately nleconstruction I I July 11. and addressed to Paul I

I heavy (craft we plan to install TRYING to call West Palm Beach j job fir
the County Commission meetingi! cement runways. This, of course. !( Mr. Bow en's letter carrying his. The road was usedI Rardin as editor and publisher
I
I The Everglades! News reads as
Monday morning: by Commissioner j' is long range planning but we I.I promise for more personnel is !I for a detour while the hnult'"al.11from i [

Paul Rardin and County EngineerJ. want to have a first class field i printed below: 'II i the bridge to the packing'house follows: : .

M. Boyd. The $65.000 is included }: when the Glades industries are I II I July 15. 1947.Everglades ._, was ,'mghmlt.. It took sum I i 'Tli. will knowledge receiptof
II letter of 'ul Hh relatie -
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in the budget for the coming |I rf'adand shipments become what I. News a terrific twatmgttat rebuilding I' jour to telephone service in theI

t fiscal sear.Improvement. i: we believe they will" Boyd said. Canal Point is! necessary I II I i i (Ikecs. .hntarlBeglon.: This liiat1 -

cost for the 250-: J Both Kardin and Boyd pomte lout :( FloridaGentlemen I -.---- 1, ter Iwing: turns U\fOr to Mr.

acre "sand-lane!" site at the end the field will be easily accessible : '
\\ <.irtman. director of tnmuni
of Bacom Road three miles Bout to both Pahokee and :, Effective July 15. 1917. Mr i Big Shipment ation-. for handling and

of Pahokee. will total approximately Belle Glade after contemplatedroads Chester F. Jackson ha been a"- .
\nil will Iw a S130.0. as Federal fum" are completed. !pointed Manager for our Company ,**
I Ramie Out TodayTh of hi. inteslicHlion
will be spent to match those: spent ------ ;, for the Glades area comprising -.----

by the county. Kardin said. the communities of Can! I

The site was descnU-d by Roy l.ightsrrive For Point. Pahokee. Belle! Glade Soutn I .' first "I))7 abl, shipment "f Best Statement

as the only "sand-land" site in tne Bay and Lake Harbor Mr Jat k- Public Group
Foot Ball Field ramie to nrtvut ->f the Glade i>- By
Glades area large enough to bimproved | son will rt'placf'Ir.. A. K Whidder. .
s.'h-tllIl.J to I 1"\'I.'f' Canal! Pom'Fndav
into a first das ciirport. (who i<* returning West Palm .
Principal P D Caudill said Yt *- : risht :\ "p<-.k'-"man for the A tatenic't j"thh.c.hf'fl; bv Kx- "

The project application has al- terday that foot ball fans won'tt'n.p Beach. ;i FF.C railrn.nl di,.< los.'d tolayThe gJadrs Federal Savings and I> anssociatif.n
Tt'alh.'t'n submitted to the Civil | Mr Jackson who i> a native of freight spent. I. K Hamilton I'.\ of H.lle Glade ishowmordition -
: any trouble seems: what hap- 1 -
Aeronautics A* s,>ciation. he add. ,! :Johnstown Pennsylvania started .. .
P.TS < n Lair Field next fall when said that fiv. *far!' hay.teen t at the c hue .f busir i
"This in anticipationof West Palm Beach in .
is
project work at
the Blue Pevil: eo into action order oJ 1 to the loading platform at orJun.- 30. 101". was by far tv
extended air shipment of pre- November If'5.: He has worked '
New lights for the field have ar- 1 Canal Pant Friday the Newport best! ever made public. see nr S'-
from thr t 1m Beach most of his
p.ukacevlegetable West Palm
nvttl l <12i O worth and are in Ir.l'istnesi. In on.' of the to the secretary. Hugh J Brott! -:
area an industry for which preliminary : career. and has had a varied expeneme .., '. .
I ramie Bratlev out in :
readiness wherever foot ball season largest experimental growers Mr pointed
plans and deal are now : in the installation and
arrlTh new lichti5; in the Glade mentmc upon the h.a1th1r.'!
being made We want to t v read maintenance of telephone servie
system will have 40 of the litesttvpe I lie aid that the ramie !shipment tion ..f hw organization that i'makes
to help the Peop6of the Glade* In addition to Mr Jack ')n. one .
improved field Itght.t!-. i II.* Ticketed for transportation by an ideal savings institut.- "
when this industry biomes y additional will be" added to the
Caudill said that 12: smaller: light:; man 'raIl to Ja< onville where it will for thrifty rwrs'.ns All ,t.'pr f"I" <

nal.tv. lumlin s-ud will N1 ..r.t.'d on the poles for Glade* f..rn' making a total of tw transferred abr.ard AfIf'l of ar injured tan instrument .lif -
"The ,Hunt'nlntL".1nt'rs haveNen instead of the
f1nwn presentthree
mosttppreoi.Uie phtir.g I ,: ; the field before and afte- ; Tr><> < ut* Atlartu- Steamship i! of the (*nit.States! g-."..m sr '
and I
mo-t helpful am Mr Jackson's duties will
the game when the brighter ligh's : Line The rarr.ad! man said h I UP to r> oou
for their cooperation needed onsist l r2f'1In the supemsio.i' didn't know '1':., 1.ltmat.iPst..- __.
not
In obtaining funds for this pro- are of work of the other men and i I ,.
.. .- eat:' i of !Ke **-...pmertMrs Miss' BttJ" Fru.rr.f f *
jet-t." he added handling of all matters) for thCompanv *.
-- the of '-
Lai.der-U wa' guest
fanned Mrs t'ceba Caruthers will leave }
The site nowKing the
i. with) public .
hrothr-.r-iaw and i'ter Mr an t
Wait C'hanf'II' .nmpar.i1I
described bvKrgineer this weekend on a two weeks' vacation -
.n t has small !strip Yours truly. .
MrJohn }! R L Br.. kIn Pahoiw "
of NorthCarohra bv Mr Alt.! rt Cowart and "
Boyd. as a "cow past- :n the mountains f: C Bowen
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Dennett ard daughter Sar- pact week.Mrs .
I
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I.re field.After District Manager: ..
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-- Jear.. left this week for a vw.t ,
the j is obtained by i
the lotmty. acreage draining stabilizing Mr and Mrs Myers Fountain :. with her s'.!*. and daucftter-m-Ia'.. Becky Starling and I) UKV '

( motherfrom IlAnan Clause IA visiting Mr and Mrs G rtadH. ( ha-.v. I!! ter J-idstr. were victor Ui For*
. installatiruf ave a" their zest hi" I
toe 'sl soddirg and I
,- gitss.s runwav*. 5000. fet bv G.ri:3 f -,: .- V .*"- <"*!" ''...a ..- .--.., -....::* V f \!... L.e ..::.-1Esfa6shed










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Page Two The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday. July IS. 194


THE ipen I to know that several large i Al ITX IV C\N\L POINT VISIT C.\.Itous.\

concerns are even considering an i Mrs D L.. Fender and three Mr and Mrs. Homer Clause and 1

Serving the Lake Okt> extra week bonus for vacation taken -I week old daughter. DIxie Lee of grandson. Jackie Stanley plan to

Lake Worth, are guests of Mrs.Fender's leave today for Waynevil'e. X C.
Established: 1924 in a non-summer season,
[ mother Mrs., Eva Keen inI From there they will go to De-
Subscription Price $2.00 "The old vacation pattern is beginning j
I Canal Point this week. Mr Fender trut -Mich. where Mr Clause willattend
to change We are in a.i |
ia flying instructor at Lan- fruit deal-
and
:t vegetable
The Everglades News Is that hold of
era a new conception
'I tana air Field on the east coast. ers' convention. From Detroit
leisure Existence of leisure tinr .
In Canal -
Point Florida as ----
they will go to Minneapolis Minn,
is a fundamental of recreational::
Mr. and Mrs. William Boswortn f.>r a visit with relatives and from
Paul Rardin travel. According the Depart-
I and son. Barry, left Saturday for a there they will make a business I
ment of Commerce, more than::
visit with his parents in Providence trip to Toronto Canada. befor
Oil With Him f'n.r-fifths of all persons employed -
Right R. I. returning home the last of Angus...
and **7 I I
in private industry percent
He loved the girl so much that
of all office workers are eligible -
ground her father discovered oil
*
for paid vacations Over s>

Bulletin. per cent of union workers have vacation .

clauses in their contract IF YOU LIVE :MODERN IT REQUIRES

Religious Fanaticism The eligibility for recreational

travel: has increased to the point
Religious fanaticism can lead House
where it is becoming a :staple for EquipmentOur
a, witness the case of the 2:>-\'
the many.
Calif., who admit Killing her iour-
"The situation: calls for a new
his body into an incinerator :< formula by our travel industry to store has long been known as the place to

The woman we suspect is purchase a line of modern electric household
meet: it. I suggest: that we encom-

of religion. It i is a common ace travel to grow into the stable equipment in the way of Ilefriireratoi-s.. Ice Boxes,

.sultinjr in such brutality and ear-around business; that it can Deep Freeze units, Stoves and Hot Water Beater

tions of the same .svmptons are tx:' ELECTRIC RANGES
world. There is' much common sense: :: in

what Don Thomas says on this Haeou ever seen one of these Ultra Modem
There was a time in the not \'
.
subject States like California an 1 I ELECTKO-M.ASTER ninsreThey are as fine as
and women freely butchered those
Florida have much to offer th" any offered on the market at the pi ice.
tenets. In fact
same religious -
month n
history revolved around religious the tourist year.and visitor every They veil at _ .. SlMlI.r.O

on Iothides used theword in the A nationwide educational campaign SEI'CO \\ATER HEATERS

the world an example of Io\e and to encourage travel and vacations -
Those quick luv.trntr: "IIwatt'r heater. ;iO.
convinced that they carried out during what we now term
gallon capacity. provides the home with hot \vaterheneer
West Citizen. off-season: months would do muchto
and build \\ wanted and are etononucal in operation.
stabilize the industry

to toward a dependable year-around :Sale price .. u 8137.00
I
travel business The summer vacation -
TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY t DEEP TREEXE BOXES
j( idea is based on habit andnot

'I'hun j 1 necessity.Industry Those Amana deep freezing units, ;30 cubic

i h |I suffers when the bulk I foot capacitv.ill pioideou \\ith food freezinjr

j i the of its employees insist: : on vacationing the year round. Meats fruits and vegetables n>- .

(By Russell Kay) I rt' at the same time An intelligent I main fre-h. nutritive and letnin their tast J1l'-.s.
(I
of staggered: Vacations -
. 1' (' : program Sale Price _u. u._ ...t'f fijr)0)! ; ()()
could ('asil1)(' worked out
Mv good friend Bob Eastman \' : I _
i i that would meet with the approval I SCHWINN BICYCLES
d '
director of public relations for' < i"
I of both employers and emplovee,
Marine Studios at Manneland. re-1 i i' : Florida could well afford to work Why walk when you can l'ideVe now !lave

c'entlyent me copy of a talk made that those Schwinn built the of
with California and other tounv bicycles. joy ever>

recently by Don Thomas, manag- ('' states in selling this "new" vaca- owner. All accessories. Price u_ ._u" S Ht.t; )
ing director of the All-Year Club ( \
tion-travel idea to the nation
of Southern California, in whicu ---- RADIO REPAIRSWhen
he urges the broadening of the re
} bring radioes to our outstanding -
travel :season. Nazarenes Close you jour

It is a subject that should b" GLADES"I! laboratory for repair, you get good! parts

keenly interesting to Floridians like god eJ11int..t'ring', and<<1 prompt service.
School
Vacation
since our state like California depends - ('

ontourist travel for a substantial of

portion of its revenue. I is I'
'! The Vacation Bible School at BETZXER'STHE
Thomas points that "a tremendous -
!
iis the Pahokec Church of the Na';-
amount excellent vacation -i I : : I II
It I jarene entls'tolay after a successful
time is go to waste In goes I HARDWARE STORE
two weeks'of activities with :i
America today terfns our "
travel viewpoint outmoded in thatit I picnic and outdoor party for the :MAIN STREET HELLE GLADE FLA.

children at the city park at noon
establishes the thought that i of ,
1 followed by the commencement exercises .
certain months are "vacation
and in the church
months or travel months" and others I[John program
auditorium at 8 p m
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are considered "off-season1 t -
Hev and Mrs C. R. Moore and
Continuing, he say, "Not all ofth."t' i '
:the teachers will bo in charge of
months are off-season for ( \
'
:arrangements for the<< picnic and
the that not :
reason they are good the
.Mrs. Martha Webb of Miami will
i
vacation months Many of them But
the at the evening -
present program
are good It appears that they they RESULTSThat's
| exenises An exhibit of 13'
are shunned and wasted largely .
(work of the pupils will bo on display
because they fall outside the time- I I -I ,I .
hallow, few mid-summer months '
:
when the American public has always j I not j and There an was average an enrollment daily attendance of 1 5 what you want from any in-

rushed to crowd in its annual 'is I
jof 13O during thl''C'ond week at
vacation j vestment. Profitable production of
I. this ear's vacation school of the
"This waste of potential vacation -
i 1 |i Church of the Nazarene which
is doubly unfortunate. People
I Poultry. Dailand Hogproducts and
featured an hour and a half of
who follow the same old vacation :
visual education each The
; day. I
groove are missing new sights and I
experiences. From the profit than : Kev Moore was general supenn- Chicks raised to maturity.
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of itendent and teacher of the junior
standpoint, no industry---least '
and intermdiate bovs Department
all In th etravel field-can afford .'
j I! superintendents included Mrs Lois
Labor costs are the same whetheryou
Todd and Mrs R O Crosby primary -

toys: Miss Juanita \Webb

: primary girls: Mrs C. It. Moor use a good feed or a poor one,

I beginners: Mrs F. L. Davis
1 junior
i but there is big difference in
1 j I girls: Mrs lfartha"bb, evangelist a re-

from Miami intermediate
girls .

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i till"*-x Fl.KMTI'UK STOKK sults.Eschleman's

Minter Collins Wauchula on"t'dnf'sd.n'

i \\ of last week became Feeds
A Servant of the : 1! the nt'W"Tll'r of the Collins

1: iraiture Store in Pa ok..... Th

wore wa formerly operated by

To :\ his:: brother H C Collins who I are quality feeds and we have one exactly

4 Buses recently opened a large now b'l.U-

To Wesl i"g 11 Belle Glade were e' I suited to your needs

handles .llkock furniture ThePahokee
Daily To Ft :\ store under the r.'wtr_

("oHms111 continue to handi"

; Bidiook furniture aid a warn

welcome IS jriia'-aite- all w.">
Glades Motor
visit the store
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KILGORE SEED CO.
SERVING THE ('.\%"tl: : "MKMKTOiKf > I!

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Mr 0 B Carr and Mrs Alie

B Reillv of West Par: k3..3 : BRED-RITE SEEDS

I were In Pa.h.'k"IjE'cby m he

.r'erest of the cancer dnve arr 1 Pahokee Fla. Phone :aOl

> -.trMrs R>illy wall t. a! I

I the city hill In Pasoke -n Sep- j I

4 between 9 and 12 and once a
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rate. In Florida 561 people were killed in the first ten|; D D
months of 1916. This is an increase of 22% over a like period'
Mr. Pedestrian- in 1945. In that year there were 641 fatalities of which 195,
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nli :nl eW ('lll1..Tu"CIENTI
Market ManagersHold Funeral ServicesFor "T Fellowship! Group

HarrislcAfee: "LIFE"is the subject of the Has Party TuesdayA

LesjonSermonnur.: will !lit :"tai
Conference
F.mrser'uts! for Harris Tal-: in Churches of Christ.: Scientist.thrv. Partyin the social, hall of thoPar.okec :
i!.ad<:i M'AfH-, .">'''. were held a: :;<:hi>iit the world! on Sundae.
}o"lr"tIt.thlt.1ist '.' .
eh I! :
l 1. Pak July 20.The? .
faJaxJuly23-24 > 'iv! Funeral Home Cnarn' -
wag enjoyed Tuesday 1-.-
: > >... on July 4 with Rev. C T. Golden Text is: "The Lordis evening
--- Howes pastor of the First Metn- i ; the portion: of mine inheritancean member of the Intermedia-
JACKSONVILLE -otn.. .'i' .. Youth Fellowship Mrs. L. J.
: f'-.';.sir. officiating . f ...y: .:y p: t:oa :naintainemy
and managers of tie: Fl"t ,,1,1 i i St i Mr McAfee a carpenter died at lot . . Th.iu wilt chew; m FI as'r. MIPS Helen Howes a-1
Mark<,t> will hold tn-ir annual ''t-i. l--. al! hospital after becoming the path of life." i Psalms 16:5Among Miss Nell hones were' in char; ,

conference in Jalks..n\11Il July ill w nlt-' at work. He came to Panokee '? of the entertainment and the wving -
23-21, with Commission': : of A_- from Georgia eight years the citations which comprise of refreshmontsi.

rnullll'falhan Mayoa.s featured .Mr ag.>, the Lesson-Sermon; ; is the fol ..a tlt'nlmgw.'r.: e Mary Ar.nHowes.
speaker on mr annual oanquet Viler'e Survv.: rs include the wife. Mrs. loingfrom the Bible: "God that Thaine Brown. Jane Il.in-

program," said William L. Wilson Ruth Inez McAfee: four sons Ray made the world and all thins* ilton. 1 ht"lma'arn.. Joan Shepard. :.

Die tor of the pioneering;; Florid i ..rs .if *.;i.-rmood.\ Ga.. Hariv T.. Jr.. therein seems that he i!< Lord -ifheaven Irene Vann. Rita Fay: Hurt.
!system of market, here today Tulian and Herbert McAfee all ofIra and earth dwelleth not in Patsy Klhott. I'at-y Bachelor. !?..!>-

"We look forward with interest '-i,.>kee: truce daughters. Mrs.:: temples;; made with hands: Neitheii In- Schr.xiei. Steve Kirk. Chandle *

and pleasure ID hearing Commissioner Kv-'lvn :Daniel. Glenwood. Mr. i worshipped with men's hand, a* Milllwam. Bill Kirk. Jack Thomas.
Mayo, whose foresight and, [I..!' it-iy Bembry. Clewiston. and though he needed anything seeinghe Elmer B. Elliott and Don Adams
enterprise have l>e( n =o largely responsible !fG Miss;; Erma Gene McAfee. Paho- giveth to all life. and breath ------- -

: for the development ,>four kc-e: two sisters Mrs. J. B. Everett and allthings" (Acts 1';':2t. 231.?; Ernest Ram
State Markets system ani: : Orlando, and Mr**. R. B. The Lesson-Sermon also includes mage
whose continuing enthusiastic support Dick: Erwin Will j Brown Toomsb iro. Ga. the following passage from the Suffers Severe Burns

has facilitated the steady expansion i Burial was at the Port Mayaca Christian Science textbook.
of the service supplied Seek State Office | Cemetery. science and H"alth'ith Key: tr; Krne nammaiie of Pahok-

thousands of Floridians who engage Of Attorney General - the Scripturebv Mary BakerI was taken to the Fete rani Hospital -
in the production of food i I Eddy: "God expresses in man thi in Miami Beach for treatment -

crops and other commodities PAL.TK.R \\'. Dick) I ButtonBridges- : infinite idea forever developing- ot second degree burns whicn
handled through on 27 active sale I self, broadening rising higher he received in a gasoline explosion
Resident for th.1
Ervin. Attorney
centers. i I Omfay Padgett Bridges, formerly : and higher from a boundless basis. Wednesday t'n ningof last
"The banquet program. Wednesday !! State Road Department and former -I( of Canal Point. and Donald . Mortals have a very imperfectsense week. Mr. Rammage was pouring;
evening. July 23. i.the only AssL>tan: Attorney General '. Franklin Button of Boca Raton of the spiritual man and ofi gasoline into the carburetor (>f a

social or recreational event on our !' state dhere today that he plans to and Peoria. 111.. were married b\ i the infinite range of his thought car from an open container when
two-day program. Business sessions ; for General and will! !I Judge Bobbins in"E."t Palm :i To him belongs eternal Life'" the explosion occured setting fir
ran Attorney
will be devoted to a I( i Beach on July 2. Members of U-.- j (.-.->'"- :13-1-. 2.V2TI. to his clothinglit> quicklvsmothered
,, )last forma 11ar.nounCl' his candidacy = ;
of the I ,
thoroughgoing } immediate families were prese'.t I - the flames bv rolling orthe -'
year's operations of the Rt'lh,1 I shortly after the first of next year i for the ceremony.Mr. | IIOMK ON" V.1.ATlllMr. \ ground but wa verypainfully
Markets, and to consideration uf when he will resign fromthe foal,i -- --- : and Mrs John B<>lton returned bu rnt'ti.

plan for the tutuie. Come letv Department to wage an active and Mrs. H. T Williams and Wednesdav night from amonth's I His si "ter. Miss Thelma Ran
figures are not in hand today but campaign.He 'children have returned to their ,'at'ltl..n spent in nort-- mage was called home from

repot treceived have ieveald pledges! himself to work home in Pahokee after a tw. ern stateslnle away they vi"- Georgia where .h,' was'i<>itin:
that the last fiscal year was enc : harmoniously with State and locil months' stay at their horn .': Ited Mr. and Mr<. Pete ChivegIn >- relatives because of her broth! !'.

of the lest in our system's: history officials to advance mdu-tral. agricultural \\'et; Palm Beach Denton Harbor, Michigan. condition.
ha.1 weatr>r +!iffi -
despite some very I and educational d velnn-
'ultis.. With the gradual ;'mprovenient -
< niert -xptnilln of toiin-t a- i
in availability of latir scenic attractions. He said !Jwould .
htmcai equipment. suppl.e-: +.fall ,
11\1 : render --n-jK.litical] 1 OIMM' ''.:
kinds! and h'an.I"'I.tatinn ficilities designed to carrv out th! ti ,' ;:' -
we I"nk to the future -.vitli: tent of the law. avoiding.; t'" h': the Southeast'sFamous
f. continuedxpmsion: .n Enjoy
hop d cahtie! and bureaucratic iltl'l s-i -
production and distribution all conuji'-rn!" r 1
tations. expedite F,.
"In addition to our honored tion claims and accounts -.j >11. Attractions v
guest Commissioner" Mayo.v.. ted to him for attention tender nl) Aiur.
have also had acceptances fromt''r..tIlY .
ro.-Mbli-l legal assistance; ; to c.> -
of State Robe A. Giay. ties cities and x'al units T tr.efforts : ,

Attorney General J. Tom Watson.Colin to develop their adv.irt_:. -
English. Floii.ia'.i Superintendent and attractions and effect < ,. n.-i:
of Public In-ttiictioii. an'l cmies and relict from local tax in 1

a number of other outstanding ;, dt-bt burdens by setting up in -
personages.' Experts in various offue a 1 1-ieal units legal divicooperate -:. ,"
field* of importance to Flol id.L'"
fully with all: IH ,II i> -
farmers, are to give addresses. and f1, ..al- aril, law enfoKeniint t>*..
we l>el f':. ers without! attempting t < 1I"i'i';
will help fit every mt'ruh'r of our I' tt-
authority od;i tate in ?ho m:
organization to work tunic effectively -
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July IS. 191T The Everglades News" Canal Point. Florida. Page; FZvert1V


|! i.:<-y were (" :I Eugene Caruthers left last weetend Mr.: and Mrs Curtis Kussoni an I

\ i :p north by Mr. Kt- fir a nh'r.t'ISIt with hei !
family are sp; T.vl-s: : the: summer T:
:'.li.. U. S. Keen. : uncle and aunt. Mr. and11' =. P'vomoke. Md.. wsore:: ht'"n; I

Friick Thomas of : Yenn-n L. J.Tes. at Keyst"::.. gaged ir. the :har\-estngr: ; of vogit -
I .t. -t friends and :- : : Hei hg. iWe: .t hY

::<'k<-over the ('(' ('
ioi'.trai'.t
Mrs.: E. E. Conner
Mrs 8i-tti 1: iIs'rte left :Par" udavJut < .
,
visiting; relatives is a neenu
a visit '.f several weeks wit ir.latiVf.s
B.-ach this week. i ** -'
Hi 1'anutnn City and Al!-t-
Hev. and Mrs. C. I: : \ From where I
lani.Vnile awav; .,h.- will attei'la : l sit ... 6i/ Joe Marsh
,
'>n. Larry.
fitly birthdtvannivetaary
n-union 'In the _
: of her mother Mr =. Martha Webb and
nta. of :Miami will ; !!
McArthur. An1G.. '
Mazy: ;: for the Suwanm-e '" | .. Sam Helps with
Canal Point iesid-nts who left : f. .
Church of the :.azar'l>
Tuesday for a two wks' vacation i Springs. Fla. After ; ._ the
at Bra ![ the: camp the Moore !
and Mrs. O. Chastain and children.
I :
spend j twoweeks with :
and: M.: I>. %
Mr. Mrs.: Geiger aru : :
daughter.: and Mrs.: A. R. lIar- I Pennsylvania h e f o r in at thl'bE'rnath.s and the mealtime chores i is sort of

lincton and daughter and Kev. I home.Mr.. I : : list the other t.\l'nint-and thena bond between them . like! >harine -

and Mrs.: Don Pinson and son. : and Mrs.: ,UPI : was Sam. out in the kitchen ith an that friendly -rlass of beer: to-
children have return : apron on, helping his missus wash
Kether when the work is done. It'sthe
Mr.: and Mrs.: Alvin Armstrongand i
son spent the weekend in Ja- weeks vacation spent I : i supper di.hl'snd, then I one of those little all-important
1ina j earned later he'd helped cook thetapper things in
hokee visiting his parents. Dr. and I j marriage.
Mrs. A. B. .:\ : too.)
Mrs.: L.V.. I
Armstrong. They were From where I sit. the time that
accompanied their home in Miami : :- week to spend the Of course Sam coulJ have seta man and wife can spend with

by their cousin Blanche Elizabeth :- lends and relatives I tIed into his favorite
: : chair, enf'ach other in this, buss world today
B..v\ers, who is their guest JMd.i! : toyed his evening glass of beer is all too precious. And the more
this week. i Mr.: and Mrs. Byron !
nd left all the kitchenwork
messy things they can do together, then
Mr.! and .:\Irs.1.: I. Keen and 1 ray Beach were : : : I Dixie. But he kind of likes her better.

son have returned from a tw- Mts. Albert Gant in I : Company-and she in turn cer-
w..t'ks''isit with his brotherinlaw I: past week.
iainly appreciates his help.
and sitl'r.lr.: and Mrs.: J. F. Mr.: and Mrs.: J. E. I I c9'e 1f.l wI!
''and daughter have ' !n fact, sharing the houseworkCOp
Bonovan and other relatives in

New York City and Long Island.r.nnr.w.Mnn i a visit in Silver I I

.j Mr. and Mrs.: Joe
; : right, 1947. L'nited Stales Foundttior
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family are !
.
r.Classified nier in'est Palm i -

Ads Gillie Gilbaldan I'

appendectomy at the!

Memorial: Hospital on I' f EYS Lti l
last week. I
rntlJC Stenographer. Mrs.: VanJ. James Maxwell: i* :I I t .

York at Everglades Discount : the Everglades :\ ;- : I

Company in new Wroten Buildingon Mr.: and Mrs.: Jack

ilac: -ont Point Hoad in Paho- daughter. Joan. are I

kee. ._f lives in Georgia.Mrs. 1!
II
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: I. M. Lair i I'I
sri'TK: tanks and grease traps
I). t Emma have '
> gone
rlramil ar.'l i repaired. "hone2S72.
Bob Douthit. Pahokee. MITe Ala.. fora visit! with

roil SAIJNeat: new little 2 will Mr. and oaccompanSed Mrs. C. W.! } :

.Ix'.lnxmi home in Belle Glade on I iir'p daughter. 1 'L '
: ;
larpo lot $;.:-.00. half cash immediate l>een spending the : ; ;

possession. C. A. B I1-'. her gra ntlJ\I'f'nts thE'ft.11'

Phone 7rt.\ Bt.lie Glade. J201tc .:\ an.1Irs.: Joe
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are spending a t
1'lilt.II.t: Three 'bedroom hon' i:
: '
atives in Thomasville. K1IPOSN( OR FUEL OL.r.
in Geiger subdivision $&:)OD. immediate -
O. McClure.: !
possession, terms Sloe;;)
and Louis Vann were :
cash balance $:-.2 monthly. C. A aT'I. BBflLY AKO-1 8
Okeecholoe last '(' ; ;
Bailey, Phone 70 Belle Glade. J20- I I Mr. and Mrs. Lent= :j1 .

FOIJ s.I.32 lots in Streamlire will \\f :iceomnanie :

sulolivision for colored C. A. Helen Davis are + Where have you seen the equal of this?

Riiley. Phone 70. Belle Glade. J20c i tion at Fort Myers: h; Away below cost to manufacture.Lindsley's Gp
I
O. B. .:
- ---------- - --- Mr. an.1Irs : are closing out these nation-

\VK KI'Y and sell used farm as guests the past : ally known Water Heaters at this
Miller: & Parker it
equipment. Mrs. Roy Woods of : never-to-be-repeated price. The quality
Farm Machinery: and Supply Co.
Miss Ada Hill has is . A-No.-l.
peak Imagine an eco-
tfc ;
Phone! ;:n. Canal Point. Fla. her borne in .'
nomical hot
water system on tat every
I'\UM l.n.Ss.000 up on well) ter a two months' rvvje:: of the dcy at only S36.93. At
and "is :
)located improved land and cattle brother-in-law ell 9 L'n "''Y Yords.
ranches ten to twenty yearsto Mrs. H. C. Graham I I

pay. C. A. Bailey, Belle Glado.Fla. and her brother and
tic Mr. and Mrs. Richard l
I .
West Palm Beach.
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DO YOI 11.\, MONEY: \" to invest Rev. C. R. Moore, : I

? Would you like to have: Church of the :;: I :, ;: : sr These Fine.

your money bring you S percent the Youth for Christ R i

and 10 percent on safe investmenton Mvor. Saturday night. I
i
Belle Glade property. See C. A. i I Mr. and Mrs." H. L.

Bailey Phone 70 Belle Glade. I rfoved from Pahokee I t ; t .. ft

Fla. __ tfcWANT I I' yule where they will II I ,

home. : 'J.
TO laST: Two bedroom I ..
.iREE f'-' oas namjs ore coirbined
I Kay Mizell: of \\ j
hoti>o'm buy if in good location : i t 1 ..
spending the summer achieve: u'-nt In a dependable V.'rter
and is reasonable. L. B. I
price ..
Parker. Box JM6. Pahokee. Fla. tf i ...ran.lptr"nttr.: I i E . General 1 Motors. Delco. and the

Mizell in Pahokee.Mr. : gusrcrtee and sauce of foetory-traJied $ .
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FOK SAI.K: S'wll1ys; Jeep. and .:\In1.. P. I : 0" '" ....'.',.., O.e cent thirty, of ii, one

Walter Ashley Garage in Belle spending a month \\ I i WIM pump and carry all the water to the

Glade. Phone 126.: Jllch ,er. L. G. Bern Ion. in for O-N-E W-E-E-K.
____ _- -- -- I IIUn Mr. and Mrs Lloyd I
,. .,-t "T'; l-'nrrd h --' r.rf- ,'-
\\ 11.1. UK received on theold their house guest. : t> D-
to i.ck .apatite Olhrr aiodri ,. :5J" t.r"
Baptist church building in : Campb-11 vi ..it"t i !" I

Pahokee until July IS. 1\1' All : gan at Good :
hllh.'uIJ be mailed to C. ,\. West Pal-. Belch last i, $5.70 a month . no down paymentELECTRIC

K.itrhelor in Pahokee. It i Mn: a011.< I

daughter. Joanna: I
I'OK SXI.K: fryer ahmtt'o'k4 I
: : p.)(' I
Mr MrKmst'-y in i
15
oI.l.I, star mostly pullet.- or
more :New" Hampshire Hens. I1.- for the summer. YaSey WATER= HEATERS
.
!? >v And Mrs C A. !
years old. These hens are blueribbon
children left :Monday
winners. J. T. Plait. CanilPoint.
with her fath-r and
Fla.
: Lees in ("hica .'. III.Mr 30 Gallon The famous Top Line ElecVIT-'

foil KKNF: : Sv.titf. t.: Station ii.t .1'1.! '. ?..Tr L. 0 trio. Water Heater by Ten 55.09nessee

2.M< :! aeresbs I. at Sand Cut. Phone er.dne two \\ ,.,'k!'"' Valley.! 230 volts, 2500 watts. Every heater

ail Jlltf in Jioksor.vill guaranteed fully. 30-gallon capacity At all Linds- Month
Kdwin! Rio vN; *. ; .
ley Yards. ----- ---
I 1.1: Fria-.daire eWtriv
OK \ : neat Palm Bea. ". \
i.ir.se. .onsuit U,.!* '" Stokeit .

rrv.tnt Fla JLV H i iC11 end.Mr: and :MrC': \
_
on BUILDING MATERIALS AT LINDSLEY'SLowest
I : ... XI.K: New five room ho'.t visited, her I':"!m. -= T'S. : :
n Jordan :- M .'. Prices -- Lorcesf Stocks: -
with two ,glassed. in p.trche< 3ith -: .
.
*. water heatt-T ,' \\ ,>. k. Vr T' .
aettnt: : hot
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'. s.rve.i a "t' > -
7:>\2U>. Pr.t-e Jl.OOO with H ""
,!. -, in the Glade* y.LUDbel'
> \:1 and balance >:-7! 75; monthly.K'.ivrt s
: Cox v>n Belle Glade road, out year, plan. t>. t
ft n: Pahakoe J25jsl '.vers-.ty of Mianr. yteu
'study law.B. MAM
10K ... Ili:: llyactrta bueliet far: l ." S. W rinjr re NOUTVOOt-3 llMk* ** ri*. CLAMCT -

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Six
The Everglades News Canal Pont Florida
Friday July IS, 1947
I
WWWWWWJW snare of chuckles as companion tJ; CITY
ON RLCOKD
WANTED j Mr and Mrs jack :
Phillips an(
Cinematic ChatterBy EDO: DnscollEven i The Pahokee
City; Council is m I children and Mr and Mrs Paul
'
Malcolm Millar the discomfiture thvour.g ? I favor of keeping the Everglades Sa.
ser spent the weekend in \Vau-
bullies of the play The I l'
Memorial
Wanted A good highway to Hospital open.according chula '\'isitingIr.. and Mrs J. C.
Favors Kids, has the comic note of to
Uncle Remus is coming to the justice finally]] dealt out the erglades.. During the next C an Richardson.announcement by Major T. Phillips and Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Prince year, RDB's Road Committee Bass and family.
Theatre Sunday-Monday in I
I Many of the songs have tumoi '- :1!
the first Walt Disney "live action i eus lyrics to go with the lilting will concentrate upon a plan to
i mobilize all Coastal and Hades
feature", with the screening of
Walt Disney's greatest master- I,. melody, laughing so that songs they become keynoted largely bythe interests in support of our County < asassassaae r r r r+aeaseass r r v'sesae r r'a<">*
piece "Song of The South"technicolor. :n Commissioner's' efforts toprocure
whimsically happy 'Zipadee
including animated Doodah:' financial aid from the :.. CAMERA: ENTHUSUSTS Xa

tales of Uncle Remus. Lo/ig will this picture live in the State Road Department for the 4: THE C.IER.CE: TER <:>
Uncle Remus into the projP't.U coastal business
comes picture -
memory of youth and adult as one: .
> laughing. He goes out smiling of the most enjoyable evenings of and professional men will, cooperate 4: ia TDW equipped with a repair department. work ":>.

his fable-telling mission ac- entertainment ever experienced at fortheir mutual profit. <'a will] be promptly done by experts familiar with all s"a

complished when with his drolleries the Prince Theatre. From Resources Development.Board 4:. makes of domestic and foreign cameras :

he has saved a boy from unbearable Remember the date Sunday-Mon- Monthly Bulletin.Training saa OFFICE EQUIPMENTHALSEY +a

] anguish and a family, day July 20-21 and the place the pSi Ya 4..
from foolish disruption. Prince Theatre. Course Is & GRIFFITH, INC. 4:.
The little comrades of adventureand + "'a 313-15-17 Datura St.
I See you at the movies-Mai. Phone S88S c'a
trouble, played by Bobby Dris- I, -- --- Offered To TeachersAll ty:. WEST PALM BEACH }'LA. :.

coll and Luana Patten have thei : f 4.
Belle Glade Wins <.is'a. >s'ss;aeas'as'>s'as'as'ae'as'as'as' s' s' e'a 'asaas'as+as'as''s
school >
laughing matters to balance their teachers are invitedto v i v v r > > <
r r r v
v r r r r r r r r r r r
dramatic escapades.The From Pahokee 8 to 2 enroll in the Red Cross Fir.-t

little critters of the: fables Aid Instructors Training Course r __

Brers Rabbit Fox and B ar. are Belle]] Glade] avenged their earlier for college] credit beginning Mor- I
hilarious in their Humanesque day night. July 21st. Through
defeat by the Pahok Junior L-
antic. special arrangement with the t'nIversity -

Hattie McDamel: raises the gionaires! on the Oceola Camp fieldat of Florida and the State Shrubs i i iI
iiighter ascll as the biscuits in I Belle]] Gladeednesdav bv r. Department of Public Instruction and Trees

the plantation kitchen. score: of S to 2. Williams. the win- in Florid] school teachers whr ,

Glen] l..Redy.oung Negro lad I runs pitcher handled Pan"kee all complete] the two weeks instruction ,I

brand new to the screen, gets his! : of the: way allowing only five h'ts training in First Aid will lv ALLARIETIES .\T RETAIL
i and giving up three walks: h*. h:* i I credited! .1ith three hour on their

---- -- INNI; { ore man with a pitched bill. Alvin transcript affecting teachers Ii- .\ut hurizl"d Sales and Service
IN Tilt CIRCUIT ( Ut"ltT.
Leathers and J. T. Harrcll sharf
f(lIt ".\L\I: UFII (COUNTY: I cense. rtc
tlOKIIIlrillXtfKI- Nil :33331 I the work behind the plate for the Paul T. Carney. First Aid Chair- JACOKSEX POWER AND

THOMAS G McCULLOIGH 1 i victor man, Palm Beach County ChiptT

-\''''- Plaintiff, )> I Sears hurled] five Twines for P- I American Red Cross" is in'itingac; HAND LAWN MOWERS
MARY C. :.McCULLOCGH ) | hokre gave up seven hits.: walk: i I many as possible] to enroll] immediately -
Defendant ) I three hit struck out 1'ix. and '
j one. as the class] is filling un ,
TO MARY C. MrCULLOLGH HOTEL i'
I
BRF.\tST.R WEST 86th STREET. NEW allowed four runs Taylor' nitcheli Land it is infrequent that ho is ibl" ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO.
YORK CITY. NEW YORK. ;i three innings. pave up ore hit sic i : to got the necessary instnicto I
You are h rebrequired to appear In
the abuse Court on the 4th day of walks, truck out two and] allowed personnel from Atlanta to tear':i Opt'n Wedm'vdaj. and Sat urtlay afternoon i i11dt
A. D 1947 same being the Rule i
August
four runs Thomas started behindthe *
this stated
th
Day of said month. at the Court House course Carney i ) ) Southern Ul\d.; AUM Palm Uraoh;
In West Palm -Reach. Palm Beach pat and was relieved in the :Mrli Huffman will train tho" .
County. Florida to answer to the Bill fourth by Phillip" Taylor and who begin the work night
of Complaint for dUorce filed again.t .I Monday iI i
toil In the above entitled cause and Jackson each hit a double. at Red Cross' Headquarters 2C I
EVERGLADES NEWS. a newspaper regularly The teams the Northern Division
in ::
publi-hed in Palm Beach Coun- : E' ernia : trf".t.,1't Palm Beat
ty. Florida Is hereby designated1 as thenewspaper I: now stand in the following]] I The Course is open to all schoolteachers
In which this order shall be |I i I
on1f"r"ero Beach Pahokee Bell]]
published once each week for four consecutle I without charge and
weekly Issues' : Glade] and Stuart As Vero Beach classes are held] Monday through

Beach DONE Palm AND ORDERED Beach County.at West Florida Palm |j I' only leads the Pahokee bov.* bv' I Friday from 7:00 to 10:00: p. m. fo- FIRST FAVORITE:

this 24th day of June A D 1947 one game, Pahokee could take the a two weeks period 30 clock

J Clerk ALEX of Circuit ARNETTE.Court Palm I series by winning from the ]leaders I hours of instruction in all OF THE LAND. . .
Beach County. Florida. in both of the remaining --- -
Circuit Court Seal) I Vero will ] here Fr. i'i I
games play
By Thaddie P. Plant. j
Deputy Clerk day at 3:30 p. m. and Pahokt" Shippers I FightAdditional
Thadd V\hiddenAttorney for Plaintiff, I goes to'f"ro Sunday for a singlzgame. I j Ice Cream ;

Pahokee Florida Pahokee: still has one cam"
Pub: July 3. 10. 17 and 24. 1947. Charge
to play with Stuart which will bo

played off as a part of a doubl" I
Nothing comes even a close .second to ice cream
header here Iondan..Ue Glade] I ORLANDO -- Fight of Florida

I will]] play Stuart in the record vegetable growers and shippers especially the smooth, this-t he-spot tfo<)s

WEST PALM 2CTOR!: I game of the double] header .i against imposition by railroads of that made Alfar a hit with all kids from two to

MON. WED. and FRI. -e. [ the county of an additional $3 million !-
BELIE GLADE I eijrhty-t\\o. It finds! easy takers any time of th?
TCES. THURS and SAT I I a year in shipping chargeswas
Work Is Started headed this week for full investigation day.

DR. L. S. JONES :I j I' On New S. S. Building i i"ork I by the Interstate Commerce :
Suite 301.02 Comeau B'dR
Commission. Alfar's smooth ice cream comesin
Phone 3bSO Wt Palm Beach Fla.
\\ was startd-:1; the-new Sunday LaMonte Graw. manager of the
I I many delicious fln\orx. Try
School Building] of the Cana! Florida] Vegetable] : Committee. representing -

Point Methodist Church this week I j|i : a majority of the pro- them all.

CHILLS ft FEVER The newly] acquired lots here ducers of Florida fresh vegetable

cleared of trees and the tilling fir |I n ported that a preliminary hearing TAKE HOME: Ql"ART TOXir.HT(
DUE TO MALARIA the foundations were obta'ned T 1mmistt'r on the railroads proposil held

plans to have a rougn i ibv an ICC ,examiner in .Jack>*>n-

RELIEVED scale model of the Sunday:; Schard': : vill last week, was" opposed! from

666 building the church on unda::_ every angle by vegetable prodiue .
LFAI'IIONi
BY- :V folding wall! arrangement:: will In addition ho said. the 1 atttr -
C..M l-c :, G.4 .a..dwri declined to consider ompnwiso I\
be shown which will make it po1sible *- a
to have two large assembly I offered! by railrad reprntative I CREAMERY

r..onis and several nall classrooms > which would. have -r' I
:: '4 i for Sunday. and large] meeting the total rate increase a* thSI1. -> .* I
-: JO BELLE (;LADE
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and recreation rooms for th,* ., million a Yt'ar. I
;105" FOV.K3 WOULD i fellowship or one large! banque: Craw qui.t.tl rate experts f1

.: E.1 ALONG BETTLR hall for the churchThe theFVC and the Grower and sv.:p.

1-tt.y'O DO LErSiORRIN' : I YunI.uried Fellowshipi pers League of Florida as. "*'i'iic I

at the parsonage: last Monday that any increase in pr aent r'I.J l
AN MORE : iignt .V fine group attended! the rates would sharply] r ."trxt lie i .
'1;LNl<\tN''r' =.::...r- I meeting::: at which the Joe Packers number of markets in who h FJ..' :

' j jC and l tie IarIax] : !
ts. The next meeting will!] ben that from California T-xi md i
:l y s : .lilgtist::: 11 The I-:usts Blact- other producing>a,..

..\t i tells and fi:f llnrs will]] b.> host j I]j I In ad.iition. he !
\11 yungmarno'd folk of the : creases hv railroad] woadr! ?. i tA
/ ........ '. : I.
c. "nmumtaft' :invited! < ordialtvorrion great; volume of \egetaM s -: -
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I i < topic for the Mornmc; I Ior i I io.r nl"\r. of transport:. t. i'railroad '"

1\\ I \\' !"h.p Servue at 11 .\. M will 'i ,*. principally tnik- <;- \-.'- ( d00a 1068VONDER
: bo Prophet FoUv-" taken fromtho :: and Joffr- David ago .It.r,1: 'f ,. ti, ,

Tr Old Testamei.t Ho.a and rnorrist; repre.s.ntt.! tu' .. FI"'r; i iVegetable SPRAY

i the p-'N"m hr-'jght; "" b'h ] ("'.'mmIH.tt t-- t e ;r.- ;, ,

- - -' -- w'e. The ittome .f his" diffuultios '' -orville heanng J. .1. O Hate -,'.k.'
Was: !.undlv Inthe' :- *xp.'rt_ and M U \.I .: :.-
11'hy "p 'nd airs worrvir. an.i : po interesting i i .. I $1.19
thukg: at"'It the nt\\ carwo11 ,"venlra: at the 't 'rwre: t.'gitt- erl n\ln"L ipp \I J f.-: i 4 Quarts ___" ._
re f.<'inw t,> hi:v I'ome b, i '"IS P M: :MBH w :11 speak C;f"W. '* art! S.pperI*.i,,'.I.i :

the I_XKF SUOKK MOTOR I "12 C'rr'. ld the Answer" F'r:1; : '
'n e is S'C: : MEi:; eGE POo/\HJl\
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CO . *'t' tf 1).1;:, ot: .1:sl 1 . T" -- : : Ci "

YIf": ti':ni} x\ ill!.ho' n. \ok:1': 1-, IU\'II: \KI\" \\l.\\: :1.IT Isll s"I'I'tl:K < ".:... F .r".. ,__ ..<, II :. Pints _ _ _- _ 69c
n:. a!:it. !1\ .Ift. .viz th.'" = ; '. : 7-
T1'' Int.'rn:,-.i:.t\.' ttaa ,.f t- '
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n.w, ':.\t rf. 1..':'?. : \'. ,
.1:: .... .. .. : \ ... .; . : P.t-kee. F.tst tt't h<>ii-t Sunday T!':,' Sen:' r YI'1t: F'.t:: -: 1 1n
.._ .! : :.. II t,: : '. '-s'I, ] .'r.J't',1 a beau pa-ty given 1
hr rta'aK: 1: ....'\'. :J.t. ", \ ,:f ;r s'h..r. Ja k Spencer. at .tt ('h'r.-h i is spr;=nrn. a t IIOMI: \\ ,t:1t: \ WESTEim

.. !. : '!. 'II"U'Y' '-. ltko''rt*- Cai"Uedn.<;- fit fish upp*'r "" th ,-" .r .. i .. CII'U\Tt:1t: : nI. '
: \t.'mo'n: .'f t-.s week Folw this FruJav <-v.>rinj{ *' .": -, ..I AUTO

: '-c::: thl party the group a*- !S r. r.. Prceede frnm t ." < .r" I. M. LAIR I

LAKE SHORE .... <. .' :t motion picture show bet wIll g 0 toward the pat -.,.. 'tpnael -
-tarr.rg: tome of sending local .:J-" .: ,* I'HOSl.: 2 1 SVOREPage

MOTOR CO. att.5iing{ iTOo n..nnlf' tay. to the annual MYF s\I-l-" r i,

....- Ar* .. -- I i:,'r Milligram {a\d Runes *--mb4V; .n August F..arl. i"*- \- .; I' ".thole.. Ilunda --'
H\r.h\ ? ->.,- C"H.! : ...;-'! ." ':-' 'r"l >:a;!'Tr.r.f' :\:: -.- :.

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, .. No-he's not color blind, actually. But mentally he "sees
, green" no matter how red the light or how thick and fast the .
: traffic. He's the pedestrian who disregards all safety warn.c'.. -
ings to dash across streets and highways in the shortest pos .
sible time, regardless of danger. '. -'. I
Mr. Motorist- He's one of the most vexing problems of traffic and safety
officers, and a heavy contributor to the 195 pedestrians who 'J ;'

; MAKE were killed on Florida's highways in our first peace year. This I II
I year his clan is increasing by leaps and bounds, literally! ._ 1I
I sAFE oalvlN Have you ever been guilty of "green eyes"? How many :=

A HABIT times have you ignored the red light and started across only
: to be pinned down at the half-way mark with speeding traffic
! fore and aft?

Take this as your personal warning. The next time your '
luck may not hold. Make a little life-saving resolution right
now to walk safely and live longer.Frida .
OBSERVE ALL
TRAFFIC RULES
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KEEP YOUR CAR
IN GOOD REPAIR
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J i NEW' BOOKLETS! I Joyce Lynn Hurt Fx Jly<'rlades:13Mr : Memorial Hartal 01


RECENT ; Has Birthday Party and "11'Iaurk... l-'t'h'ht':

I I announce the arrival of Michael
OPERATIONS Paul liardin has lixered this
I ilr -. R. F. Hurt entertained nt Mi.rut. Fletcher at the Broxxaru
officethe first mstal'nitnt\! of there
her home on Wednesday afternoonof General Fort Laudtrr-
Hospital" in
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last week with a party hcronn? Mr and Mr- Wendell Harr ,:ale on 11'ednesday. July 16.
By Pajl Kard Farming Htlllkl..t. During:: ..
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her dauchter Joxce Lynn. on her
the next thirty da.e't>ral I Mildred Clause. former Pahoke
tenth birthday anmxersarx. Sanforu 1 Mr- C. B Starting and Mr and
thousand of thi.. expanded and resident now living in
A treasure hunt by Mrs.; J. T. accompanied bxMr
enjoyed Fuqua
was
It begins to )lock like we might up to date foJth'rill go bx direct announce: the birth of a daughte-
the Refreshments of ic'' Don Killoren of Bndentor.
get a little action out of the telephone mail in response to inquiries guests tIn Wednesday. July 16. '
company in regard to better from all oxernieriea and Canada cream cake and punch were served Mr and M-s :':. :':. Morns of) are visiting their partntM>-. an I
the hostess. Those attending MrsV. F. McGmtx., in Junction
service in the Lake Okeechobt-: Bx' direct mail man' andx by : Belle Glade "ounce the birth of

Region My letter last week to I" an Farming! Ixwiklets go forth i were Blanche Elizabeth Bowers |!a daughter Joyce Faye, at the t City. Ga.
Tibbetts Rose Mane
the Florida Railroad Commission daily to those .eehing information Jerry
Henderson Carl Ann Mullis. Anna
and a copy to the phone company alKjtit farming: along: the
I Lee and Elaine Hurt Ann Snxder \ --
) has produced results An investigation I Coast and in the l.akp'flrth

by that state board into Drainage: District. From K..- Rita Fay Hurt and Mrs. J. B. i

the inadequate and inefficient sources' Dexelopment Board Snyder. s

service rex rendered! by the phone; Monthly Bulletin. -e __ \

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the offing. -
company is in


I tad a letter this week from County Health Unit Juniors Outslug I .

the Railroad Commission whict. Stuart By 16 to S I \

will in all probability. bring about Assured !
By MoneyIn
Planning; a business or vacation trip You'll
better pnore service to thof The Pahokee Junior Legionaire I enjoy going by comfortable, easy riding :'y

u!< who are paying for !"omethmj outslugged; ; the Stuart boys for a Greyhound coach. Frequent schedules.: Big ;;:..

that xxe don't get The commission Coming Budget. 16 to 8 victory at Stuart Tuesday extra sayings on round trips H,
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has assigned one of their investigators -
afternoon Taylor! on the mound
Canal Point to Washington, D. C. >
to this area and as for Pahokee held Stuart to three I ;
the \\FST PALM BEACH Provision Hound Trip 25,30; S*
the mxestigatirn progresses; hits but walks =
gave up nine : he %
for setting up the long-dis- Not Including Tax :\
commas said that we should b: struck out 16. Howard and Barr

informed cussed county unit of the State for Stuart gave up 11 hits. 10 .:, C.\\AI. POINT to ASHEVILLE } i ifJJ
Board of Health is made in thetentati.f' I ,
walks and struck out 6. Snyder Hound Trip $19.00;
budget for the .
Ed Bowen district manager over coming Taylor Shirley and Jack on hit ?: Not Including Tax> ;
fiscal year approved Monday bx :
in \\'est Palm Beach is going *,i the county commission. for extra bases Petit hit a double I ,' ''ARTER-GEIC.ER DRUG STORE

have to take into consideration thefact for Stuart. Snyder was behind the 3921 .,....
Phne
Commissioner Paul Ilardm from 4 Canal Point, Fla.
that the Belle Glade exchange bit for Pahokee ; i
the Glades was chairman of a I .
and the "unautomatic" exchangein Pahokee and Vero Beach are
committee on public health whim
Pahokee are parts of the Bll : tied in the Northern Division with !
studied i county health units in oth-
Telephone! System. He is going to two victories and no defeats each J 0 a ri
I er sections of the state be! m- t
have to give this area better service making recommendations to Di" I Belle Glade and Stuart Trail with!

than he has rendered in the two defeats agains tno vktories.I .
I county board Other memhtis of i i
past He isn't going to V*. able to I
I the committee were A A. Postrri
get away with a lot tlf excuses in
i and Lake Lxtal!
the future He to have to :
is going : The budget total i<* SI.< 3". 'ito::
take one good look at the calendarand
for all operations as tompirel
find that the is o\er
out war ,with last years total of SI 472.6">SIt .

This section pays for and is NOT I'I calls for a total general ojieritmg THE
GETTING the kind of service to FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK
I millage of !127 compir1xith
which it is ntitled Excuses area I i
last year's total of S41-
thing of the past! We demand AT BELLE GLADE;
I I Total of ordinary operations

action! i I'millagfs actually is 14 of a mil
Belle Glade Florida
- under las ty(ar's. But an additional ,

1'm not a telephone expert but I I one-mille levy required bx' law

can make a suggestion that will I for repair of Ocean blvd. brings

cure a lot of Kd Bowt'n's headache i the total to < .27.

's. Here it is: Put a manually I Creation of the health unit xxil' I II STATEMENT: OF CONDITION

operated exchange in Pahokeeto I cause no increase in the general

replace the present "unautoma- I fund milIa f'. which actually vl:: FLORIDA NATIONAL BVNK AT BELLE GLADE
I
tic" outfit with a cable along Conner be decreased; .S2 mills said a stat-: -

's> highway to 20-Mile Bend I: ment bx' R. B McKee. assistant June 30, 1947

connecting with other wires into county auditor. Elimination or

West Palm Beach ThatU overlapping items will make that RESOURCESLoans :

solve his problem whether he will possible McKee said I

admit it or notBuilding _. Millage for the fine and forfeiture and 1 Discounts -_ .. .. ..........._. .........__..____.m..._._._ h. :$ .}:;O.253.0t!

--- --- airport and county farm. I Furniture and Fixtures ....___.............__.........._._...........___......... 10..158.9.1Other
funds have been increased because -

NecessaryIf of necessity for increased Real Estate owned! __........................ ................... ........ :3,980.12

Pahokee Hospital I court law enforcement aviation II Prepaid Expenses: ........ .. ......__ ......._......... .._.. '''''' ... ... 964.10 I

Is To Remain Open and welfare work. McKee said! Other Resources: _.. ....... . ............... ............__........ .. ... 2500: !
I All other operating fund millageshaxe
been reduced Accured Interest: and Income Receivable: ..., y 12.737.7fi: !

County Commissioner Paul Rar- Here a break-doxxn of the proposed U S. Government Securities ............__..... ... .... 1,3IS,7ti;:;.11
dm guest speaker' at the Tuf' .
da'-1 l operations budget: Florida :Municipal Bonds- ....__._. .. ..-.. ... .. 147,72398:
luncheon meeting of the
General fund $601.I.1: fine a"1,1
Lions Club told club members that I I i forfeiture fund M2J34s: general Federal Re str\e Bank Stock .. ..._ _...._. ........ :3.!+Ioo.on

the \\',.sUrn Palm Beach County I road and bridge fund $-I.Z.-IO!.; Other Securities ... . ,,, ,U.. .. '.. .. ........ .. ...... .1.011.11: ;)!

Hospital District Board doe not Ocean blxd iJnmtenance $121772mothers : : : Cash: on Hand) and Due from Banks ....u. ,111,177.09* ;. 8,1: ;S.. .19.! J:;
intend to the lease the
renew on pension*. $12000; eletenli li
building now occupied> b\ the Everglades P
hon home. $3O. >OI : county farm

:Memorial Hospital in Pa- I and hospital $ l.6os: law librirvs'HXI 52,;.1.J,03t1.7B(

hokee when the present lease expires $ ; agricultural emouragtmnt "-

pn S "'pt. 30 lO-js. $25:>371 : airj>orts. *l 6 077:
If the residents of the Pahokee- r LIABILITIES:
antimosquito work $ OO23: countx -

Canal\ Point area are to continueto parks $32O.: jail bmllin; Capital Stock ................__ .., . .. .. .10,000.00>>
have the services of a local =
fund. $ >sfiOi: fee officials exce's

hospital a new site for a hospital fee fund M17470; total M 1.l3S. iOHowes Surplus __......... ....... '''' '' . ... .....0.000.00

building and funds for the erection ----- Undivided Profits __ . .... .. 2a.&9.,;> $ 130,0,10.7.1! ;

of a new building will have to bo IIe-er\e For Contingencies .. . .. ..__. ........ ....-.._ .... ....._ 10172.2
raised before that dite ho said Announces

.\ft 'r Xue 1 when the board gains Il''t'fFor: Taxe Interest, Etc. __ ... ....... .. ... ..__ .1.GIO..t! !
His Sermon Topics
possession; pf the nllg-ra tory IU''- I :21I.9 ,9

hospital south of Belle Glide it ,is I :Next' Sunday:-at-the F;r-t :Mttvodist I I)1'1m"it: . . .. .. ... . .... .... . .. _, . .1Q-r.
planned to operate the F.vt'rgla.jt.'ml'nal >* I
Church 'f i .enok. .' tae pas*.
:\ hospital; on an emerp-
tnctatu". i i. r. It.C 1 trill tine :TS I $2, .J J.Ottj.7s

.. hIs *,'rr:<'n topic t1-: *' 'ibj t
The club announced ]dins t > I
""'hat to d> wth; Lii "'s Bur'.en! I
sponsoring an air and water oarr- Ii
i\al. featuring airplane and boa : at .the Morning \\'or'hip t'rvire it i OFFICERS

11 (") .1. :M at the evening s..rxi-.
rdw!!. on the PiN kfvUerfront
at6) p m K' will ii*' a- !'-. Milton L. Campbell President
3 m G. M
Sunday ftartingat p. i .
I of the "Tv G(" .J
Belkand Frank Ilr>7llo are on th"' I ubject message .t' Leonard A. Usina, Vic&1'resident
i Li!. wr" There" will Ivpi c; ii 1 1'I
committee in charge of arrinctnrt "- Dean ?. Campbell Vice-President
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Local box stoutwill hav musIc at each y'rviee.There
will N short meeting: ..r Edwin :M. Lively Cashier
'I a : ,
charge of the refreshment" !tin Jess M Elliott was appointee, the beard of stewards at tt'1.: !.,.. Chas W Lant/ Assistant Cashier

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\f the nnrr.in: wrship 1'""-;
chairman of tK.' Lior h '\! p:MloorMnitt :
Sunday n: rninc Twe nien'r'tt r,:'
**. n'p!, tinc C .\ Bachelor :'
the b.'a-.! are '.rre''t! tNOI ., .+ r t DIP-ECTOR
f ill
because >
why
reigned
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health Rupert M.x'k I'o'l"rt.-.l
1 I 011 II: 1'\ rI" Le'" .n;.vii! :V. C-ina. Pr.-., Ha NatI Bk: & Tr. <'">.. Miami i. PaMr .
that work" << on the miming peel i

in The tits park will Mart a!! oon I -. Ruth >. U'.i'wl1rth.i \\e i rwf>rth Farm..

a* final planir ppnd _to th. T'.urs.:lay .- Palm B.'a il; P, .-! E. E Kelly PnCUwi'ton, i M*.t"rs. Ufwi-ton

State 11c'ar! of Health I wa an :ten: that referred t>, Pat-
H I Hanrx PrHan... Inc
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Charles Stokes was able tro- criminal court for f'tiCR.ev .- 11. S. Carapl t-11. Vice ProFb.: Naf: I BK i Tr. < 'o.. :Miami F':a.

tum to his home in Canal P\itt: It *" Asr't Canal Pi':r* Patrick :M,'!.ton L t"dmJ.Ld 1:. Pre-;:.i.rt. .f Bark;

Fndax from the Evers:;lanes Memt t, Carroll Our Pat was .-n t" .

al! H"'rt 1 '"there he receztw.ndrte ]t..vt"n' ,
..t a.aFFt' -jt..tC'r.y -. ? .::3 "-r: F.-; -g >'..at.-: .