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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: August 1, 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

Full Text
1924






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August 1, 1947 PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL. POINT BY PAUL RARDINCIRCULATING



THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY



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Vacation Time i I Last Rites Held For Hospital Board

INADEQUATE PHONE
I John L. Grier, 86

Goody Goody Revises Plan For
I I Last rites for John L. Grier, S3.

: 701 Fern St., former county supervisor : -
SERVICE COSTLY TO Today our vacation Marts: \Ve !i I of registration for more than PahokeeHospital

closed!' the office this morningand 20 :years, were held at the Ferguson I _

don't expert to go near theplace Chapel at 3 p. m. Wednesday
Decision was reached :Monday
until \\ednesdat', Aug. with the" Rev. Edward B. Jenkinsof
night by the Western Palm Beacn.
SHIPPERS ROB TOLDAt 13. .1. T. Platt and the publisher ::\Iacdt"nn" '. former pastor of the I
County Hospital Board to continue
I have slated for a full jear First Baptist Church of which :Mr. operation of Everglades Memorial"

without any time off so. starting Grier was a charter member of
Hospital in Pahokee on a full time
today we are getting away ficiating. Burial was at Woodlawn
a recent meeting of directors us help time after time," Clause basis. This decision was officiallyput
from the smell of printer's ink ,Cemetery. I Ii
declared. i on record in the form of a resolution -
cf the Resources Development for a couple of weeks. |I Active pallbearers" were Carpenters -
Paul Rardm county commissioner passed by the board in session -
Board of Palm Beach county held 1 There won't l.e an1&... calling Local 819 of which :Mrs Grier
'
and publisher of the Everglades I : in Belle Glade.
2661 during the next 13 was a charter member.
inVest Palm Beach, Homer News" was informed by E. The board officially takes* over
da\s.. If the phone i. working. I i! Honorary pallbearers: J. J. Hut-
Clause, salesmanager of the Everglades C. Bowen, West Palm Beachmanager operation of the :Migratory hospital -
(and we predict it will lie out son, James :M. Owens::, Jr.. M.: i;.
of the Southern BetlTelephone in Belle Glade today, havingfallen
Growers Cooperative in Pa- I I
part of the time) we uon't I*' Crabtree." J. J. Cater L. K. Baker.
Company last week heir to it at the hand of
hokee. painted a vivid picture of here to answer it. There i is a lot :Stetson: O Sproul and County
'i that the Glades force of the company I the federal government Operation
the inadequate! and inefficient telephone -
of fishing that must lie taken Judge: Richard P. Robbir.s.Mr .
would be augmented. And of both hospitals will be ;T
service rendered by Southern I care of and wr plan to catch UI1.Ueon't : Grier wa;:: ::ip n'i-or fo registration I j
Bell in Pahokee and Canal {expectations were held out tha sorry alxmtoiir paper :: in Palm Bath county I'[ strain on the finances" of the hoar I
the service would be until the first of thear when
Point.In nt't'k: It will lie in jour for many years.Apartment;::, j("
attendance at the directors : Rardm has complained imprOYt'I1.1 [, new tax money is* available However -
'HI'a usual on
Friday morning. ____ i
_. _
meeting was the editor of tre : State Railroad I officials;:: are (>f the opinion

Palm Beach Sun who put int o feeling has been high in the Everglades I ---- --- House ![that operation of both institutions
j jDestroyed
excellent in regardto for several years. !! can be carried on smoothly this
print an story
--- ---- Ramie Shipment .
:Mr. Clause's disclosures about I' By Fire gI'in'ach,: community a hn l'lta'

phone service in the Glades. The Julian To Close For I I Strong argument was pnsenteltv

Everglades News reprints herewith From Canal Point nasms::: fl..n.cj5.tat:: h3:1 the hospital hoard ::Monday nightin

the story as it appeared in :3 Weeks August ; exploding oil stove destroyed! the j behalf of continuation of the

Georgia House a 12-room apartm | Pahokee hospital .>n a full tim
the Palm Beach Sun. The story i
follows: I' Julian Chandler announced" yes- Is Biggest Ever ii m,- bulding in Pahokee colored j jj i basis A delegation headed by

Poor communication is costingthe terday that his store will be closed i j I town shortly after six o'clock :Monday I :Mayor T. C. Richardson, reprtjwnting '-
from tomorrow the A ff the of Pahokee an 1Inaokee
Everglades growers a half mil night through excning. pail wate- City
Five solid *'--Joad of ramie
lion: dollars a year Homer Claus, following three weeks for den fibre, the largest single shipmentin I> tnrown on the fire when It ks's: ..'t.r Rotary club. ma leconvincing
and Julianis first discovered caused the flames of the
Pahokee shipper. told the last sir'pairs remodeling. [ presentation
the history of the United States, ]
meeting of the directors of the installing a large and handsomenew ';: to spread even more rapidly. The case and won approval of the
centIloaded the Florida
were on -
RDB. as that organization prom- soda fountain. His plans call East Coast Railway at Canal ,I I six negro families who occupied I board in its important decision!
ised its cooperation in relievingthe for taking in a couple of extra I'i I the building lost practically all of Other, members of the delegationwere "
Point for export to Switzerland.
situation on telephone service! rooms in the back of the store, i I their personal belongings. : Jess,, Elliott I. J. Fra.iurf'.
The record shipment was made by I|
which Clause thus enlarging the floor space for I I Dr. L. \\'. Armstrong, owner o* Jr. and Frank Rozelle from the
in the Everglades I
Newport; Industries', Inc., and represents -
claimed had been plaguing growers his popular store.Typhoid the cutting from only 30O the Georgia House, had just completed Lions club. Dr. E. J. Graham wee
-.- --- ,
and shippers in that area since acres. j i repairs and new plumbing the other member of the delega
'i installations* in the building tot
tion.
the beginning of the war. I Fever Ramie which produces a fibre'ha'inJ ing approximately $3.500. The city I deal of controversy has
In fact, said Clause, under the times the tensile''I i A great
: many under dealsince
the volunteer fire department centered" around the hospital
of wartime
Glades system shippers fared priorities better than Shots To Be Given strength and toughness of cotton, i j i the direction of Chief Marvin Lev I Paul Rardm attended ameeting
promises to become an important
thelong board
ins, though handicapped by of the hospital a
For about
do at a
they present.
new Florida product and industry.Approximately ,, distance to the nearest fire and ascertainedfrom
(
few weeks
half an hour he vividly portrayedthe 2. 00 newplarted I ago
acres are
DoctorA
incidents involved in the selling !- By County ramie in the FlondiGlades hydrant: was able to save a piVof that body that plans calledfor
in
new lumber stacked next to the of the Pahokee hospital -
of a car load of peri&habl! operation
the
area, the only plate in building and all of the Armstrong' I on a parttime basis after the'
vegetables from the time of packing schedule of typhoid immunization United States" where it is being I( cottages located nearby, The lo.11I hospital was taken
migratory
until the car arrives at its clinics for the Everglades.which ) grown on a commercial scale.
covered insu1anre -
i,I was only partly ty over Monday night's; meeting
destination. started July 31, was announced Two plants for the processing: of that hascaused
Time and again in his forceful by Dr. "'. E. VanLand- ramie, an operation mechanically i' cleared up a situation

talk he emphasized! the vital par: ingham, county health officer. separating the fibre from the piiin! ----- much comment and Canal Point

played by the long distance telephone These will be held each Thursdayas of the stalk have recently been McClellan Family Now. Pahokee
busy! and build a new
in the negotiations for th long as deemed necessary by opened in the Florida Glades area can get

sale of that car of pl'ri'hable'J'111mt 'us staff with the assistance! :: of one at Car.al Point and the other Hack In Canal Point hospital!' building After Sept. 3O.
194*. there will be no hospital in
> is of the essence. And the school nurses. at Belle Glade

long distance telephone" is the key Following is the schedule" : The principal commercial uses Pimp Clellan and his family Pahok e. The board has sid it
the
to the whole business" Clause a.fertcd *- :Migratory Hospital. Belle Glade I IlOa. IIf ramie fibre" are for packing::; are back in Canal Point after will not rf'nf'tn. leason

m. to noon. naval propellor shafts high pre- spending the past ff'w'ear!' in Miami present building in PaV.k"

Tragic Picture Color'd1E'mo'ial: Hospital Bel.e sure hose fabric fish nets cloth: Pimp r.a!> re-opened his'" -- --- -

The Pahokee" shipper drew a Glade for negroes 1 to 2:30 p. m. shirtings and for the" making of barter; shop aid extends a -rdiai : II U K FKOM HOXIMTM.

tragic picture of the situation Everglades" Memorial Hospital; at high grade paper such as cigarette invitation too his many old cu!'tomer I fharlev Sfiirkf-v' it bark home

when a grower is from $10.000 to Pahokee- to 5 p. m. pap 'r. It liar a present" mark and! fn -nd:;: to visit him at the after another visit to the v,.teran'*

SlfiO.OOO in the red for the season The immunization will be free alue of around 30 cents perpound same old tand Canal Point etend' hospital in Miami Several months

and the shipper i* trying to sal. Dr. VanLandingham reiterated less than cotton althousti a warm welcome tn the entire ago he underwent a serious opra-

cage some of that loss by the advantageous that the clinics were purely precautionary the fibre must be further dt' um- family upon their return to tinn but pulled through In goodhape

disposal of several carloads as he had found no evidence med bcfort it IS ready for .spinning our midst' 'I II This seek he rrtum.!

of vegetables for the unfortunate of typhoid .n the floodedareas The crop mature in about six'v ---- i from Pratt General after anoth'peraton -

grower Numberles; .iaya and thereafter is rut every MFF.TINJ: : U\Tt:... < t v,- 'irr' tip !s nn the

sales are loot when the shippe- I --- sixty: days. It harvested by michirerv Tw. First Rapt:!'t rtllir( t. .- i m'r1 a-d; is 1' .ITl"1 fee

cannot get through over the tel.! .- Geiger Huildin !similar' :< to that used nharvesting Canal Point has chanced mf-f tr: t

phone to the joblvr in the northern sugar: cane Waste matter bays t'- the H'.r..J:: and! f";irtti Sir. -

city, and some other vege- Yard In Relic Glade such as leaves and pulp. left diy: Preaching Will l h. h' K: !. County Rock Pit

abe growing: area Jra1tht' order mer in jrroceswr.g." : are' ground 'ir \\'. R Poland at lla rr: i-:'J T; 111 i I

to the misfortune of the local : Th G"I ik.'r I. imb.'r C..mpanv ofPahoJv" for cattle feed haying a very hi '** p. m.

grow: erIn ) is r' e. T.T.S; a n, w' t>'II.tm; protein ronUnt nf 21 per re!",t. - Flooded

describing a typical ease on Axe-v.e F ." B.'M I e- (V.i.V Construction compared wt>i lei p. r cent for thhes "> Mr" r. L P- p" ar
Clause' declared. "For 42 minutes is gosrc al.! 'rg <.>'!Ix an-1 alfalfa *r.ealMr rave. 'f't'Irt'.l fr'.r:: it visit .\' .

you don't even get an operator' Mr Geiger hop-s.. ha\- the rex- -- !lant. Ga and N"rth C\r..i.' iWil The county r'I.J; pit. n'';tr t'u.Pahe.k.e .. i
... ..,...
y..m'
Then!: after getting a long distance yard ttxkeu and! "pn f'">r business l.- away: th.-:xx:.ite'l ?.f'" : Mate
. I is fr| >>.,led !!.'. < reline tn a .Tt, J
.
operator it is ofn an hour : before too tong and Mrs 11 L Jaudon nj.Jai.ghter P pe s Ik n.!'. Lnuis and J n care
L.t "MOnt t'1.. f>\ ( o.intt ( .ri {
.
before the shipper can get in are fpr :l-.r.g Two week attending the Chimney P. *

touch with the northern jobberard Mr and Mrs J D .\j'nt'3.: .-- wth relatives on the West" Coast Camp j- North Carolina tni s'-r.- I. m1. I-WIT |*.iul II-inin. 1:10: t. /

by that time the sale is !o": companied by hIS mother an.l bvfcts ard in Alabama They were ac- mer. I "':::sin.' a* I tie pit was half,I .

CJau.-e said! the incident ecniHlv sister. Mrs Homer Barnes ant r mpanitd a, far a* Dover bv ----- ) the mi.l.i. !>- to' !Sine whn "a t''

repeated many times Heblamed children. also by1n: ; Doroth.* ales Jaudon's mother Las. Carrie 1 iJr and ilr- R-x-t il k a- 1 I t t.vame ..n hi:!: that oj..ratine+-I
.
oh>olete equipment J.p tr-ck iR-i .. n. are expected I n.-.af'MI.: and ne. 11iae Louis- fhldTen ..r. the g.-!st. .. alr er j \ resold not t. carried An pn.rS

E\"r)' timE'&inc: the p1"nc' ( hem. t:: c week froa ,:qt: wi! ": C'T: !: .,".'.. "A't'1 '....;. d ... -._ 'a.c'J MLea.: ." F--1! ,. F rt are;.... \ tat.li. i iEsta6islied

are '>*. and they tare promised: relatr-a : I- :A-dr- ;" 1- : J . : ;. .' .. . ,I.-. !



Two The Ever?lades News, Canal Point Honda Friday. August 1. 11M7


I : -t: .. i.o is la-paign uoali take time

THE EVERGLADES NEWS \ TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY -1 a lot out of him. But he 13 rugged I've also heard the name of Representative -
I J. B. Odham mentioned -
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region j and nas a way of coming back as
several times While old timer*
Established 1924! Published Friday his; political opponents well know
; : : Every I view him
as a political
may up-
If he were to enter the race he
Subscription Price S2.00 Year Advance tart and Johnme-come-latelv. he
I would stir up a lot of feeling 0:1.
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn the subject of "White" upremacy"in
lot of run-of-the-mill
which he is a firm believer.Another | ordinary.
Canal Point Florida, as Second Class Matter Although the Democratic pri- Jacksonville man is frequently -; citizens who admire his courage1and

riare: of 194S are still a long mentioned although tho1- forthnghtne I've never
Paul Itardin Owner. Editor Publisher off, those met the man but am informed he
way busy little bees that
close tu him insist that he i* not ,
make a business of buzzing in has a \ote-gcttmg> that
political interested and would not consider j I
Good For 'Vhatils You cannot be discounted While -
politicians
bonnet
are b.'ginningt; J the race I refer to Ken Gu'rnSt'Y.
After ending a parcel to European relates very grateful swarm and folks who like guessing; president of hte Gulf Life Insurance ;i look on him as "poison"the

letter was receivedith thiparagraph I } : "If you can, game are l'ht'wing1h'ir pencils Company and recently elected } j I man on the street doesn't an.la .
It'aseend! more pills, We didn't know what they were un- .td working out dope sheet president of Rotary International | lot of folks think Florida won:"
The spotlight of com!"e. is on Caldwe'1''i be well served with that kind of 3-
til Cousin Lempi came-she has studied: English: you know Ken is close to the
the Governor's race Attorn administration He" is a member .->f man in Governor's chair.
-and read the name for us. Then we gave them all to Uncle
General Tom Watson didn fool the State Road Board. headed tV-'
Paul who has been suffering from rheumatism and he feels
ar"'trd waiting to se" who xxoiul Governor' Committee on Education -i;i i XVTICK
much better now He ayit. is the best medicine he ever I
vvouldnt run but confident of and has a long and active record ; Public notice is hereby given
took. The called(Life Sax Pageant. '
pills are or- his own jxi-ition marched out on o f civ ic and political leadership ,, that the undersigned intends toI

the political springboard and duel Those interested in seeing i i I
Lumber Slipping in head first Fuller Warren h.is tim enter the race think he would -|I

Iough: common lumber that once sold in the black market never stopped running He misled ommand the solid support and !1 Florida. pursuant to Section
the second primary 1940 bv a i I stii.09. Florida Statutes 1941.! the
in Mckirg civic clubs and groups |
:
'for $80 a thousand feet now goes begging at ;:2o.; Better ,I
hi"or was it a Whitehair"nhov. ? throughout the state. They say fictitious name, to wit: FourWayService
grades, now starting to become abundant han dropped 'I
\ a lot of folks contend hat he is a forceful and aggre'iv *- Station under which we
from :f fio; to ."." ill three month the too grades used
:$: $ ) ) Only that had he made it he would have e speaker.a sound thinker and are engaged in business: at Paho-

for looting and interior finish, command top prices of $120 defeated Holland. would make an admirable goern01 kee Florida!

to Sii::'> a thousand feet. Both Watson and Warren a v :My: guess is Guernsey is too Ronald H Watson

Xoithxxo-t producers expect average! lumber priceto abel campaigners They will et busy with Rotary duties to consider Jack A Phillip

drop to $.10) a thousand feet by nextinter.. Thiis the the pace and make the welkin TIPS:; a gubernatorial race at this Pub: July 25, Aug 1. S. 15. 1947

average price maintained under wartime price ceilings. so long, and loud that other contenders -

Hut: i it is till twice the prewar average price.-United State will have a difficult tin .'

News. making: themselves: heard Both i
men have a large and loyal fob

1.win IT_ Labor or that portion of it
TypogremlinsEXCEKIT which is controlled by union leaders

from a wedding tory in Ardmoie (Pa.) can be depended upon to oppose -

('hrnnideliss: Shirley Ilau and Mi-s: Jeanne Uleterling.birdesmaid : Wat.-on:: bitterly But thee I

-. wore maid of honor and carried yellow 'green polled their full strength against t

goxxnsimihar! in cut to thenapdragon! and bronze him las ttime to no avail and the ,
fiery Watson figures he can discount -

lalsIl's CLASSIFIED ad in the Delphi (() Journal : FOI: SALE this opposition and still win.Warren's the. A. Servant of the Glades I
greatest is
handic-ip
-1 11KJ7'; Che\ b> Frank Suddoth, with loose bearings and
fact that folks are not inclined to
cracked block.
take him seriously. They like o
A KCCENT bride in filling out her data blank
xxedding
hoar him talk but they are inclined Tn Miami I
for the ,ratl'I'hurCoHn, ( .) American wrote under to view him as a comedianand 4 Buses

orations for reception-Four Roses: and Three FtatherAFTEK "dl'c-I a showman to be cheered and! Tn West ,Palm Beach

a long run of June wedding itema appliuded hut not Voted for I. I
Daily To Ft MX ers & Lakeland
on he :Mena (Ark.) Evening Star set thi- addenda : "The I spite of this handicap however.

Linotype operator, while he set this, wore a pale blue -hirt Warren has a !'trongand loyal fol- I

with pants to match and a silverrit watch adorned his I.IwingUtat will back him all th r

left wrist." The pi oof leader killed it.-Editor and Pub- way Glades Motor Lines Inc. I
Ji-her. It is a ---if lest that Watson and ,

Warren will not lx the only contender -

-. Other you hear mentioned SERVING THE GLADES"

Grease Job I with ever incrt'asingfr...- : I

man'leek hair "Do quencj are Dan :McCartv: of Fort I Ii
Barber: looking at young : you !
Pierce former of they II
Speaker I
want it cut, or just the oil changedTonsorial Time-
I HoMe His record us good He is
,
a Veteran and commands the r--
Wages Of Sin"I I spect of !'oli -lhinkin citizen-:

1 declare," remarked :Mr- Thor-bv "I just can't understand He would undoubtedly l have t1.e

it, Jerry hanover has married :Mary Taylor. It's awful, full blessing of the Caldwell al- i I
ministration which would prnhablprove .*
aufiill""Awful:

:?" demanded: Its. T. looking up from the pllwr."what's : a handicap. rather than anadvantage.

awful about it-"
Downliami:: way they are talking -
"Why. don't you realize," wailed: :MrT... "that Jerry hanover about George Smathers. poI.-

is the worst sinner in this town, while :Mry Taylor i.l: I ticil white hope of E'lorida's Gold

)perfectaint i :?" Coast. They point to his vvinmrc

:Mr. T. was suddenly struck by the terrible impact! of the | p*>rsor>alitv_ his ability a;; a cam- UESUIATS"That's

new.- I ip. igner and contend that if Soot

"(;oh: !" \\hi-pered.. "Didn't he get hi- puni-hment!" i Florid were to get behind hIm

-Clexxitonex\--. I solidly be would win in a w'tlk.

I Bat unfortunately, South lnnla. what you want from any investment. -
or any other section for that ma-

Soapless SoapMot t'r.an seldom} bo counted upon Profitable production ofPoultry.
:
: jK'ople consider petroleum product-- chiefly ti-ed J I to go !solidly for any candidate }

for fuel al1tlluill'i'ants to volume this is correct but aarutx !! Hid they dope <*> for Ernest Grthim and and
Dairy Hojr products
addition he might! t.e Governor todaySome I }
tt> \ of n-es it falls far short of telling the story In I

to the countlesserxke,- this product renders mankind folks would rather have T"I yvenge I Chicks raised 1 maturity.Labor
andot..' to .
than a governor
x\e may oon be using oil to wash our handand clothe- I that .
The demand for petroleum derivatives in the manfactur-* way.I
Former House Speaker Flu hirdH
of uoaplt'ss soaps" has been spurred by the natural soap I Simpson of Monticello ii twin; costs the whetheryou
are same
shortage which re-tilled from the decline in supply of animal strongly urged to run It he does. :

and vegetable fats One of the leading American oil companies j :McCartv: won't They ire rI! ),s'
good feed >001one.
use a or a ,
1
has joined with a chemical manufacturing concern in friend.and this is understood!' If. 1

Mopping up production! of an oil-derived determent. The product looks at this writing, that m1p' I
but there i is a' big difference in rei -
is old direitly to iitlllstrialu'l'rs! : and reacheetablih- ;; son will hold off and po*>iblv mn i

eil trade! outletfor distribution I under xarioutrade! nameMradonton :-. I for Commi-.iorer ofsrn< ulturshould -*
:'Iathantavo:: fo! any rea,,- i sults.
Herald
I nn eh..ose not to run Simpson I"

.eminently qualified for the pest "f

Florida Leads I agricultural r.'nlmi.q.nnt'r: ,101" 'I Eschleman's FeedsI

Tlu- del+arhrn'nt of comnu'rco rexvalthat the American :i s-ict,* wful nurseryman "i".1 1. I
|PC i'i>le :silent S:.ToO.ooo.ooo) ) on alcoholic leverages! : in ll 4b;, years in the lee'!&latur-' j- "::1'l.

or luailx a I billion !dj.>lLr-: more than in the prexiouear.. Tot .i thorough knowledge <'ftv" T-
fairs
'.ti.. grand total the people of Florida contributed their full : Two State Senator! wtt: : I I.-. I quality! feedand we have nne exact -

$ :share. loadinc all other southern states in per i (capita consumption and able records of ter'-!.atr: -. --
arid t.tr excoodinjr the national It i i- hard I Iv -lilted! need-
axerajre. \ie; would like to enb'r t':- r. : to \nu !r .
to lt t 'el -orrv (nl' ;MH>]llr who cannot afford J letter schoolbopita -, I I (ia' Senator Walter V.: f: ,-.. .'

!- and puMit }healtxxhen they: devote M much to I 0:lt: -.!o former pr.
1illtlr.-! Santon'' Herald. :'.'".*'* lie is ;tblo! and ::1': -'"",.-...\ "

Sine .. ..
j contend that h ;- I.
.
t1 ite cart Ret dow t.' t: -
Air ronditioned I Th' ob .' ... _
non n:: .t rv rs A i
.dney: >k..l-kx. the' HoIIxxxixui columnist and movie producer w' ''it.. K.. .
hijrhlx allergic to air travel bu from time t.. time ye'd- f't! I !r'e T t' *" i* ,. .

finds it mve ,ar> to vet to New York in a thumping hurry. j a i.'t hatter mst'r ta: !" !

.\.t such moments ho drives I to the airport. accompanied by ., he> i '.' n: 1 :. t.. ,. -
.. -: EEfS
.
his; himself he ina C 1Q'It than h ..: :
phx-man. Arnnnrinjr comfortably in hi: seat .
.
,\ e \ears i tL u k
fatontrie safety belt and says. "Now. The physician jah: ... .
him in the arm with a needle> containing. a mild anethetiTourttHn ',: ;,'- :" urns'et:>r :,:,.J -.F' .F.. P;t!'.( ,' :(>t. F.;.. IJ! .. ,: ,(. : ::!OlPape

hour.. later Sidney! l\l-.:>n* his eye and murmt::' '_ ... .' .hn ',A...;,i -.. .. ..

'hl'rl' am I'I The porter..replies.i "LaGuarxlia Field.Vi' .-_: _..-'> __ ,0> .., i.. .' a.-: !
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Speed the nation's mania to get there quicker, or beat the DL
other fellow to it, is our greatest menace of the highways.One ; .
out of three accidents are caused by unsafe speeding. . iJ

0 Auto traffic accident fatalities are increasing at an alarming -

rate. In Florida 561 people were killed in the first ten, iJ
0 months of 1946. This is an increase of 22% over a like period'

0 Mr. Pedestrian- in 1945. In that year there were 641 fatalities of which 195,
I --- -- or 34; were pedestrians.

D itrWALK SAFELY I It's high time for every person who sits behind a wheel to 1
''?t take this matter personally. There are definite speed limits

0 t W LIVE in Florida based on traffic and population conditions. These

L1 .. ::\_ LONGER laws are made to be obeyed and will be enforced by our L
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T. 'I __- .y Florida is out to reduce death and maiming from automobile -

j (;\ I accidents. Your part is to cooperate by driving within
!( .Ii' I safe speed limits at all times_ .And remember pedestrians
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NOTICE \PPIIC\TIOV FOR I I IT Potluck Supper By T. Howes and children. Nell Mary.1 I Hawaii scene of our national and shortage cf wire indicates delay -
.\:\ I>EM> I Ann Daniel and Thomas. :
humiliation
(Chapter 14717.rts: : of 1931 IhaptT \1.1 i in 1941 bids fair to in deh\ery and urges placing
2116:>8. .\..t'. of 1941) Simonson-Lair Circle Cora Phillps.Irs.. W A. !!, I become the 49th state in th*
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Th.it Mrs. Susie Renfro. Gene Sowder'and ''i Union The House has approved of orders now to avoid crop losses
EVI'r-I/adt'S: Research: Corp. uurcrcf
Dramace District Tax Certificates Members of tnt Sinon>an-LTr Earle Cr.ance. ,I ana the Senate is expected to. later on for lack of containers.
and tax Hens for taxe' of Everglades! --.--- .
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;rue
Dramace: District ha filed said drainage .
tax!: --ale cl'rtlflcatl"and tax lien> Society of Christian Service e :- Vernon K. Ramsey of Suffolk.: If you want to know how Uttlo

for ta in>eof mv 'office E\ertlade' and; has Drainage made District ap-- tertair.ed with a potluck iippr"- ,. Va. one the nation's leading distributor men have learned stand on the

pllration for deed to tv>u.. in accordance and measuring party in the social JIMr. ? of baskets, hampers. sidelines and enjoy the spectacle ot

lien number with law.,. and The dates certificate of issuance and hall of the church:: Monday evening.The crates a:1d other: food packageswains an individual telling his fneni:

the description cf the property and musical program include 1, Florida growers and shipPers how he happened U guess: something
which' assessed are a*
the namein
folloursCertificate: piano selections by :Mrs \\MlianMcClemthan. that the freight car shortage loirectly
:No VW Date of Issuance vocal duets "Old .
two and Mrs. Ray R. Hunt of |
Julv 2nd. A. D. 1945
Certificate No 466 Date of Isuance Fashioned Garden" and "Red Belle Glade announce the birth of '
July IAD 1946. Wing" by Mrs. R. W. Sanders and a son. Sanders Pay at the Everglades I'j A3ertu.aeti'
Certificate No 444 Date of Issuance .
.Tnre 2 \ D. 1947. Mrs. Mike Sanders and a vocal :\ Hospital on Sat-: i j t'

rH and>sc"iDtion 22 Flock of 25.Property Palm! Beach: Tracts Farms 21 duct. "New Mown Hay" by Earl i urday. July 26. From'where I sir... y Joe Marsh

rrrnntnv Plat S3 as in P. B. 2. Chance and Laurie Rogers. Mrs. .
Pg-> 45 to 54 incCertificate Arch Blake. circle chairman was I 1,
Vo W Date of IssuanceJuly \\'. O Atlanta
Stamps is in
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2nd. A D 194 in charge of the program and led j
Certificate No 467. Date of Issuance; in the group singing. (r spending a few days with rd.lI ; ., Jane Cupper's
Jul\ IAD 1946. i !I tives. I II
Certificate No 445. Date of Issuance Those attending were Mr and I II
June. A. D. 1947 I Mrs O. McClure.. Mr. and :\Iri.T. I "Daring"" Bathing SuitThe
Description of Property: Tract 35.
Block 25. Palm Beach Farms Com- I L. Burns and daughter Am I Mrs. Nola B. Smith and Mrs.
panv Pat! No 3 as in P. B. 2. Pgs
41 to 54 Inc. Rita Mr. and Mrs J. V. Thomas Clarence Maxwell of Pahokee planto
The said land beln assessed at the i and children Jackie and Nancy I lean today for Pompano Beach Cuppers showed me some as Dee says*ell" probably look just

date certificate of the issuance In the of name such of drainagetax Miami ; Mr. and Mrs R. B. Simonson and I where they will spend the month tiD-t.pt of their nineteen-ten- as funny twenty years from now,

Production' A..o.11' of said property I son*. David and Roger. Mr. and iof August. :\Maxwell will visit cation-picnicking on the beach in what *e call our "Modern"

State being of in florida.the County Unless of said Palm drainagetax Beach Mrs R. J. Schroder and son Bobby : them over the week ends during with beer and pretzels, in bathing clothes. Only thing that won'tchance

!: certificate' or certificates, drainagetax I Mr. and Mrs. Arch Blakey and the month. suits that made them look like they in the picture is that mel-
!: lien or drainage tax liens shall he son Freddy. Mr. and Mrs. WilliamMcClemthan '
redeemed according/ law. deed will 'I were dressed in street-wear. low, wholesome glass of beer.
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he i=..ied thereon on the 1st day of : and son. BobbIr.. -
From where I sit, tolerance that
September. 1947. and Mrs. R. W. Sanders, Mr. and Canal Point Postmaster Osceola T.ce was smothered in a lonjj-

seal Witness this the my 29th official day' of signature July. A.and D. 'I' Mrs. Mike Sanders, Mr. and Mrs.J. I Upthegrove and family wil leave sleeved pull-oer with knee length lets us wear sensible,decent clothe
1947 shorts and looking embarrassedto give us sun and air and free-
G. Rogers and children. Laune Monday for a three week vacation ,
J. the ALEX Circuit ARNETTE.Court Clerkof of and Johnny. Mr. and Mrs Lloyd most of which thewill spend on a i if he thought Jane's costume of dom-will keep that wholesome

Palm Beach' County Florida Rundle}'. Mr. a:1dlr3.. I. E. Ham- South Florida beaches. First they \ heavy blouse, two copious skirts, glass of beer a part of the Ameri

I Pub Circuit'Aug Court 1. 8. 15 Seal& 22 I ilton and daughter Janie, Mrs C. ;, will visit Jensen Beach. sOd long black stockings was a can tradition.

little daring.

We laughed a lot at those costumes O,e qG.tw./!

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PALAFKARAVINC
P. :M. Auru-t: 11, 1DJ7 for the purchase of a certain -
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building and lot, Known a... the "Howaru
GARDENS-;
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Sharp Building" (Formerly the Kwrirladf= News

PalatVa Florida t'tah Y y-
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may .w u Buildingin) Canal Point, Florida.
rightly claim to IN-nor ;i ; ,
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of the world's most "

beautiful spots during Sealed l hhl=subject to the same condition

azalea season Thousands -
upon thousands will also( be received on certain furnishings whichare

of azaleas,camellias and 1 ) tored 1 in the above building, described as follows -

other lovely Mooms -T:

make Palatka Ravin.- : 1 Zenith Battery Radio, 1 Philco Electric

Gardens a spot worth ..,. w_ Radio 1 \\'arlrole, 1reens Fuel Heater 1 Uoper

seeing u lule open during
the period from w apartment size greens fuel gas range, 1 small

January lit to May 1st.Enjoy. Frigidaire electric refrigerator, 1 Office Desk, 12

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chairs.



the Southeast's
'.: Bids on furnishings !should be itemized. Lump

sum bids on all items collectively will not be con-
Famous Regional Beer
f: fj sidered. Appointment to see the above mentioned

..:; 0 building and or furnishings may be made by contacting
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: r E. A. Jen.-en: in Pahokee. A deposit
The Drink of Friendship-JAX Beer-has

i. amounting, to 10 percent of each bid, in the form
its own great distinction as a famous regional beer, l
of certified check or money order must accom-
i : brewed to suit the tastes of discriminating Southern r N.
I: J i pany bids and payment of balance in cash will be

.; beer lovers, and a perfect accompaniment for the .ti required! before deli\ery. and within ten days of


' Southeast's favorite food ;Alwavs asik for JAX Beer. f notification of acceptance of bid. We reserve th'.


the Drink of Friendship. It's perfect anvuhfre. .jnv # J right to reject any or all bids received' and deIv -


time. You Minplv (".1u'( *'uy ttt'r'l"'r* at a rs pru i 1 i j" j ;'IIP I :

.-d when such bid i is rejected. Bids should be addressed -

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JAX BREWING 1 1I


I H.: A. Jensen President


COMPANY JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDADISTKIBtTKP Hoard of Governors

Kver rlade:< Ixxlire Xo. 211. Inc.


BY Pahokee. Florida.Page .


Shelley ConnellBELLE


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August 1, 1347 The Everglades News Canal: Point Florida Pas Flue


I Mr and Irs. Louis Das ha\1 Fielding of Pompano have returned J. Clark Joh"-tor: Jr.. of Atlanta \\ A. ( Cricket Cross. Sr. left

: been called to Gainesville bY from a visit with Mrs Rogersbrother Ga.. is the freest of his:: this week for a yisitith his soninlaw -

death, of ilrs Da\ias mother Talton Joyce. in Braden- ; andparent; Mr and Mrs Jess and \ughter Mr and M--

'i there. ton. 'I I Walton in PahokeeI Sam IcKin-tT\'. Jr.. in Marv land_

Jinmand BobbY Shirley of Mr and Mrs H. J. Anderson I, and Mr;;. Roy Kautz have ''He will be accompanied: home b:."

: Miami visited friends in Pahokee upon their return fom a visit with 'returned to Pahokee from St. Mr::. Cross who has 1Jt: >o"n'isitin.,!
Sunday. Mr and Mrs Otto Leonhard i' Louis Mo. where Mr Kautz
Mrs Ernest Lindrose. Sr., accompanied iest has; there for some time
by her granddaughter, Miss Anna Lee Hurt las returned \\" Palm Beach last weekend !been attending a technical* school ; Mrs Boe Levies and daughter.

Donna Gail Jensen is visiting her- from a visit with her grandfather were accompanied home by Bihy i They visited relative in Arkansas Opal left this week for a visit

son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and in Nbcateeilr Larsen who will be their guest" for while enroute home. with relative in Geors a.
i and Mrs Ralph Stanley and two weeks. I I I
Mis H. D. Clark, in \\averlj, FlaMr I ---
and Mrs Otto R Bleecn sons have returned from a visit Mr and Mrs James Hariv W:!- i!

have as a guest their cousin, Mrs:: with her mother Mr*. Ella Crn- '_::::>..o'Tr.. returned home th seek i- --
I pen in Dania. I from New York State where
I
Irene McCreadv and son, David ot
London, Engl:aid. I IMr I Mr and Mro J. Frank Col-'' j I 'n' has IA."n engaged in the vegeahe I PRINCE THEATRE

and Mrs Horace Unwm and returned home last weekend after : prod i e business this sum-

children have returned from ;a a month's vacation in North Caio- mer SundayIonday.ugust: 3--1. 19-17
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i lira i I II Mrs Raymond Canithers has
visit of several weeks in Chicago. i I
III. ii|!I Irs. R \\'. B )WPIS. former Pa- returned from a week's vacation I "

Mr and Mr=. E. P. Holt an,I hokeo TPS:dert ind sister of Mrs spent in South Carolina i IT'S 4 BIG PICTURES IN ONE !

children have returned to their L. \\ Armstrong, was able to return Mrs Mary Mordoff was called *oRpartanhllr

horn here after spending three home last week when dismiss S. C.. last week bv I

months in Georgia Alabama and I .'" from the Tuberculosis Sam- the illness of her sister. Miss L1

other points north.Classified. |I tarium, Orlando, where she has Teasley who underwent a major

been a patient for the past two operation. Miss Teasley.a former

\ears. Pahokee resident was reported to

Mrs Seth Roberts and her mother "be gt'ttingalong as well a> can i

Ads Mrs: Mary Meithur, have be expel ted" in a message; received

I gene to Slocumb, Ala.. after a visit i by friend here: this week. I Clark Spencer I Claudette 1i Ilcdy

i I r with relatives in Panama City. II relatives Mr and Mrs Tampa; Tiny Todd the visited weekend I GABLE TMCT (MBIT IAMARR

I'l-BUC Stenographer Mrs Van I'i children:'11'. and are Mrs visiting Jake Mrs Walton Walton'smother and '!I in over i ;

J. York at Discount
Everglades |
Mr .and Mrs Alvin Armstrong
Company in new Wroten Building;! Mrs Ed.. Humphries. >n I and son of Miami spent the week-
S. C.Mr.
Darlington. BOOMTOWN ]
Road Paho-
on Bacom Point in Pahokee
'end in visiting: his pa--
tf : and Mrs Bill Bosworth andson. i'
kee. i 'ents Dr. and Mrs L. \\'. Arm-
I ISEI..IC Barrv have returned from a

tanks and grease traps three weeks visit with relatives in :"trong- .T --.i 71tiwA ..

cleaned and repaired. hone : Providence R I. Mr Bos.vortti i,

3872. Bob Douthit Pahokee. MiTe j who as manager of the Florida I

Pictorial Service is known'':
FOR S.Ltew Willys Jee1.1|
throughout the State for his excellent :
Walter Ashley Garage in Belle :
photography of scenes and
Glade Phone 126. Jllch j 'I
i events in the Lake Okeechobee
Statement To Our Customers About Resale
HUt KENT: South 12 Section H'I Region spent several days in New !

<:2": 4 acres*I. at Sand Cut. Phone I York City on busnr wile away

5S4 JUt I Mr and Mrs Lloyd Tlundlov it1

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.I.OK x\L.K: Hyacinth bucket for ,
Hundlev'9 sister Mrs Fern Cimn-
3-4 yard dragline Phone 584 i M PRICES of PRODUCTS
__ ____ I! hell of Kmgman Kans.. and bv '
FOR KENT: GO acres in Sec. 23. and Mrs D. L. Friend and (laughter -

north of Canal Point. Mr- of Canal Point. were visitor ,

Hazel Love 2100 Georgia Ave. in Miami Sun.lay. I

\\'. Palm Beach Itp Miss Dorothy Tucker and Mir
:'Iary'ild..>r have gone to Li Built by International Harvester CompanyHere

FOR s.\LE: 26-foot Cns-Craf Vegas Nev. to accept positions ,

Cruiser 1940 model, fully equipped there I!

first class condition, sleeps Mrs W R. Kaufmin and children -
four. $3000 Farm Machinery and have returned from a visit I at Harvester we and concerned the difference between supplyand danger the good will of both

Supply Co. Canal Point Fla. or with her parents in Fort Latide-- over the fact that a demand. To increase sup- the dealer and the Company in
Pahokee Phone 531, J2?:?
dale growing number of our prod- ply, we now have the greatest any community.
: Harry Fremd. son of Mr and
FOIL SXI.E: 500in l; \; Dr. L. ucts are appearing; on the resale number of emplojes in historyon
Mrs Albert Fremd of Canal Point. Distribution to Customers
XV Armstrong Pahokee Phone has gone to Chapel Hill X C. to market at greatly inflated our payrolls-almost 90,000
I
2071. Alpd
Experience shows that
mike arrangements for enrollingin prices.As in the United States,as against many

the University of North Carolina III new product are }icing resold -
I| manufacturers, we try to about 60,000 prewar. Large
this fall. bj u>ers who decide they
produce at the lowest" possiblecost. new plantsaregettingintoproduction -
Mr and Mrs Parnell Fnecks and continue to make out with
NOTICEMy We cannot set the pricesat in Louisville, Evansville can
hive
daughter. "Pumpkin" goneto
their old equipment after theyhive
which productstractors and :Melrose Park. A (
Rocky Ford, Ga.. for a visit" our
had inflated offer for
with his parents Mr and Mrs W motor trucks, farm implements fourth will soon be in opera- an
office will be 1.., their new equipment. To eliminate -
R. Ent>ck5. They will :accompanied and
refrigeration. industrial tion in :Memphis.Ihenienand
Closed home bv- another daughter this, many dealers are
powcrf'quipmE"nl-art' women now employed are
:Marian who has been spending the I to be that
taking measures sure
summer with relatives in Rocky sold XVe can and do suggest turning!out the greatest quantities -
AUGUST 2 through
: equipment purchased is for
Ford. bat pr.vOs which: the gr.ai ma- of III products of all
W. :\ DuBo and his rntho- I I1. I their customers own use anti
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AUGUST 25 j )ritof our deiLn adopt o> kind that we hate evir made.: .
Mrs Ivy DuBose. who has been hiI I i.i not to be resold.
their retail prices. These are also the finest products -
house guest for severalp..ks.. left Nearly all III dealers! we Nheve. '-
while I am on my home (', JUr.l- | " e'lrl'tfn we hate ever made, and
this week for her in ) tin.:) ,()( ) Prim the basis
are now using
vacation bus Ga Before returning to Pi-i recognition of that fact it an
I. Ocr h-sic i price poh,.v was of PRE.SFNT NEED as their primary -
DuBose will! hi
hokee11' join im- ">rt >nt contributing actor
wife at Goodwater Ala. where publicly stautl March.. 1147, guide for the ale of
to the demand for them
Dr. ROLANDR. she has been visiting her parents I vihjn we announced pruv re- scarce products The custom

since the close of the first semester .1.c:"ons at the! rao* cf ni: :ro\-;: Distribution DcjlsrsBut whop need LS real and urgent
to
of Florid ,
f'! the University
LONG mite>lv g20)00.001) per yearon LS not likely to resell
summer school. _"en retiorJ-:;-eakng r rod -
Mr and Mrj Bill Rogers Sandra t our products. At that time
-DENTIST *" What Price Should
::-*:TI i' rot s" : it to giveyour
accompanied by Mia Betty 1-0\\McCormick: Chairman
I detlrnd other IIItual You Pay
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II of the:: Board, said: "ASY r, : Ere
I _fs-eaou .i t>rov.jLtj to While it may take a little more
T"X> HIGH IF IT CAN BE REDUCED -
-- ." meet today's demand. \Ve have time to get delivery, we urge

NEWt t t':.,.J ,0-ii. .:?- /t-t'--71.:- our customers to consider all
1'r.:ttically all of our dealers
SOMETHING i ble '!:"*>"graphical allocation of of the factors mentioned here
cooperated with this policy and
'1 our HJJ.--...J s.) that every before paying more than the
passed on the savings to their
HAS BEEN ADDED ; eu:.I11Crs. d 1 :or would Ret a fair shire, list price for any' III product.

and we know that dealer, inmost Any III dealer or branch can
The objective of the price
cases, have tried earnestlyto furnish the suggested! list price
AT HERMAN'S RADIO & seductions was to make it possible
make the fairest pos 'ibladitnbution for any III product.
for customers to bay our 4
to their customers. X\e know that the over
j ELECTRIC SHOP products, which themvtl so
But we also know that many whelming majority of III dealers -
badly. at lower price. Naturally -
., of our products-far too manyare are as much opposed to inflated -
this defeat
purpose us
] ALL TYPES OF REFRIGERATOR : when our products are sold by l being refold at inflate prices as we are. In the

AM)) MOTOR HEI'AIK BY anybody at inflated prices. price" The public criticism and public interest, we hate al-

resentment of the-*- resale are ft.3J3Lffi their cooperation
ROY 1\\: t'TLi1'a(1U:1te /// Production at
of real concern to us. as we -and are now asking the cooperation -

.\11-Tim.- Peak know them'i t. to our stealers of cu\tonu'r-in
i-f I inLand
HiiloIIi'f'Mro l'at ?
inflated caused : U.vausc :such n.act.iuw t.'I1- this situation.
prices are by correcting
Electric Si-hool} in St. I Loui .



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Six The Everglades News Canal Pot:t. Florida: Friday. August 1, 194T


I FPL i I Ii One out of every seven workers ,t Scores of people die every day
in the nation makes his living in '
'in the United result
States as a
State Road I Issue .-\ the automotive and related indus : of preventable accidents but it is I
Department tries. according to a survey by j
The the Automobile Manufacturers As hard to get ordinary people to believe -

TallahasseeJuly Co.Federal has I!I sociation. i' it.



Commission a.-+easaasa.. +assssss+asv>sss+<:s+srass aas s<+ssssas seas<:asaa
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11, 1947 permission : r r r r r r r r r r r r "
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new ; CAMERA ENTHUSIASTS :
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Mr. Paul Rardin, I 000.000 money .!- THE CAMERA CENTERis .J..

County Commissioner, Gregor .. is r.-W equipped with a repair department. All work eta
Canal Point Florida company sa will be promptly done by experts familiar with all.a.
I The ... makes of domestic and foreign cameras. :

anticipation : 4. OFFICE EQUIPMENT ss
Dear Mr. Rardin I for ;: .
: I by the ;. HALSEY & GRIFFITH, INC. 4:.

In answer to your inquiry about Tee .:. 313-15-17 Datura !St.i Phone 3885 .aaeea
principal WEST: PALM BEACH. FLA. :
the resurfacing of the road betweenBelle gage bonds. r .
tures and $ as">s>sa> Glade and Pahokee, I wish to stock. Y v v 2 r v r r r v r r v r r r v v r v r r ri

advise that we have received detail Part of

plans from our Division Office (Ft. of retire new dt'bt!'-" > I

Lauderdale) and it is our intention to company :

advertise this project for resurfacing aid that if !
to meet its Shrubs and Trees

:, bids to be received during the clriti's'i1? !

latter part of August. :I r.t in the first .\VARIETIES AT RETAIL
| Local
With all good wishes, I remain, : ty the is=
Authorized Sales and Service
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i are a -
Sincerely, Miami and :
JACOKSEX POWER AND
i tion: to be
F. Elgin Bayless, Chairman, I
i near : HAND LAWN MOWERS:
State Road Department. the latter !=
i and ;:: I

I"j > finished I ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO.
*n 1910.!
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I Open \\"t.'dnt'ay and Saturday afternoons
01 tm- four .-.tJr't'I'" ever b.>:- i it I
Cinematic ChatterBy ct' cast. and no star.have ever i i Y' 11>itl>' Southern Bh d., West Palm Ileach

:Malcolm) ) Millar <-njivd a better supporting cast Farm I

that: this cast ..f featured players I
.
The biggest parcel of excitementand headed! by Ralph) Morgan and Chill .\ .\ :
thrilling actionvill l>o offered Wills. !! 4000 Florida
1 to patrons of the Prin-.v The story cannot be told briefly. how to
Theatre this coming Sunday-Mon: but it is the story of two pals who Rights. I
day August 3-1, when "'Boonitovn" battle together, become enemies I ent Colin I
moves in with four of Hollywood's are reunited and arrive at a 1'111-1 The! \' :
greatest stars Clark .catin<* climax when one of themTiiiist T.O counties, 1 : Triple Play
Cable, Spencer Tracy. Hedy Lamar take a long gamble to ?,"'101! of 20 or less .
and Claudette ("011"'rt. his friend away from a siren back I 2J."i
To review the work of the cast to his wife the girl they botnlove. er. .
1. LOTS OF PLAY
vould !*' a hollow work for any: Through the story speeds one I They :
reviewer. Suffice it to say none piece of action after another. Th" : w.t'klof -"t'- '_'. PLENTY 01' I.EEP1.11
two pals fight three husky bruisers !, two hours
I bring in a water geyser strikea : training. i :{. _\ : MILK
gusher that will lift you out ( f time they
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CHIROPRACTORWEST your seat, battle a blazing well in der .' ,
There a happy combination for you, and the
PALM BEACH one of the most dynamic scenes I. teachers. A
MOM.. WED. and FRI.BELI.E GlADE ever filmed do a hilarious ycene I men were kind of teamwork that keeps "em fit and ,jrrowinjj.Keep .

TUES.. THCRS. and SAT in diving into the mud head first, war but that jrood. pure Alfar Pasteurized: Milk: in

DR. L. S. JONESSuite and follow it up with a screaming I" citv-bred. tall glasses: : right before Junior and Sissy every
scene n which they appear in their
301-02 Comeau DIdg.Fhone handled underwear.The I meal.
.
3650V*t Palm Beach FIa
- -, scene in which Tracy and : New
Gable it out with bare fists I
r I fight Iu..ht.d to you from tested herds
in a swanky office in nothing short I Coming
at nearby farm: can always::
CHILLS ft FEVER I of sensational. Through all of th'-I\\ i you
there are two lovely girls Mi.1 : ST. A.' put your faith :in Alfar :Milk.
DUE TO MALARIA I Colt>ert and Miss Lamarr. as the : ing number
wife and the wren. turers are
RELIEVED The picture has it. locale inDurkburnett. ideal \'

BY 666 I ILJlij Western Ttxas town I ment of !t LFACREAMERY
.cdrai.c w1 II in H-Hl. and signs show the follow- .1. 15. Pa !" 1\
ine prices at (' f."rnt'.1 Beef.SI : Norwich
I 7.:>. Ham and Eggs $'.".O. pa-I wich. New

... .. )I I t'ht't hand Meat Halls. S1.50. At wetk that
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and a shave 7f e and a shampoo d-'- I At the sa
WHEN ASUDDENLY t.A"BE.COMZ pended upon the current price of I i,' that John \\ I
tflCH HE. USU.\LL. Water sale Live .' -
I water. was on at tW > : i
FINDS OUT THAT HE HAS A dollars a barrel and it cost a half and St.

LOT MO:i KISIFCLKS THAN a dollar just to walk on a plank Commerce ::
:across a muddy street. Should we executive of
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Htl'Our'O t\: ;;' :
M:: squawk about current prices I cern which
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, :". "- place, date! and name of show i develop a :
-J'I.:. ,. .. . nsiin. and put it :n vour took f'..hir.2 : '.

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-, -z--\ To Be Publicized WONDER SPRAY

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price; tor .t i otnploto nsot State F3'n1t'rark..t: . IIK at Rl.lt: I Quarts ------ $1.19
tunriip is lovr than youv r I
Showalter of th- rm\'r'lt .4 here hav-- <<
dreamed! would kv. SELtVICFt.'neo
Florida urged an educational adv.rtisms !! -S-nts fr..m : 5T.: --"t' Y 'tf..f'' ,
first to nltk.a' ra I ",, .. ; ..... <, ... ','
l.ist k.'. !p itt'I'! *" -\ .-, .:; campaign to acquaint : : :; ;; ': - Pints 69c
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LAKE SHORE asr': as have some of t. Te'.
=t ',' .organization such *!' \a''' riioM: !/31
MOTOR CO. F .! Stores Newspaper d\v :

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{! Are You AGREENEYED"




:: PEDESTRIAN ?

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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-
ings to dash across streets and highways in the shortest pos-

sible time, regardless of danger. *. ...' --

Mr. Motorist- He's one of the most vexing problems of traffic and safety ., .
officers, and a heavy contributor to the 195 pedestrians who
were killed on Florida's highways in our first peace year. This
MAKE
year his clan is increasing by leaps and bounds, literally!
SAFE DRIYING .
Have you ever been guilty of "green eyes"? How many
I A HABIT times have you ignored the red light and started across onlyto

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.
OBSERVE ALL
TRAFFIC RULES
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KEEP YOUR CAR
IN GOOD REPAIR
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DON'T TAKE CHANCES

Prepared by the Associated Dates;;
cf Florida, t'le Florida! Press Ass:>-
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Page Eight The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida Friday. August 1. 19.;

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measure designed to reopen Oke3thobee : Lions by Frank Rozelle. district deputy
Commercial Fish Report On Was Policeman's Car;
and the St. Johns to com- governor. In a talk on 'Lionism
mercial fishing, was also declare Status Of HospitalAt on Trial" the speaker revealed that Not A Police CarAn
Deal Is Closed On unconstitutional. In an opinio.1 I the Liors r.ow have 99 clubs i*:
handed down at Arcadia. Circuit the Tuesday luncheon meet- ,: Florida and the largest membership article in last week's editio.i
Lake Okeechobee Judge \\". H. Harrison held the ing of the Pahokee Lions Club the of any civic club organization of The: Everglades News relatingto
I bill was "void and ineffective" and club's special hospital committ-* I in the State. a car accident in which Sebnrj
that regulations of the commission, reported that it had sat in on a I I CH'GCH-0 G. Burns and son. Tommy, escapes
TALLAHASSEE-Fish dealers 'i{;were "void and ineffective" and meeting of the Western Palm I CHRIST.SCIENTIST I I serious injury, incorrectly stated"
I, that regulations of the commission Beach County Hospital District that the Burns car "bumped into
throughout the state were given were still "in full force and effect Board Monday night and received "LOVE" is the subject of the : the rear end of a Pahokee police
48 hours to dispose of their stocksof ." a promise from the board that it Le on-Serm1:1 which will be readin car parked at the side of the road
fresh water game fish today as !{[ The no penalty bill exempted will continue to operate the Everglades Church of Christ Scientist, I and swerved headon into the trees
the State Game and Fresh Water (I commercial fishermen on LakeOkeechobee Memorial Hospital in Pa- throughout the world on Sunda:;. bordering the canal"
Fish Commission served notice and the St. Johns from hokee on a full time status. When August 3. I The car which Burns struck before -
l I punishment under commission the district board announced a few The Golden Text is "Let him I crashing into the trees wa
that it was once more clam pin.; i!rules. weeks ago that it was takingover that glorieth glory in this that I privately owned by H. T. Goff a
down on the netting and sale of .
the migratory labor hospitalat he understandeth and knowethme member of the Pahokee police
fish from Lake Okeechobee and "The Master Builder"To Belle Glade from the federal that I am the Lord which force who had gotten off duty at
thtuppf'r St. Johns river. government in August residents of exercise lovingkindness, judgment, 7pm. that evening and was en
Ina statement here Commission Be Blair's TopicThe he Pahokee-Canal Point area were and righteousness, in the earth" his way to West Palm Beach.
Director Ben C. Morgan declared that the (Jeremiah 9:24).
concerned over reports : Burns was attempting to pass
that "beginning Thursday morn- Morning Worship Serviceof board planned to operate the Belle Among the citations which comprise when he hit the rear bumper of
inJ:'" any person found with mor'! the Canal Point Methodist Glade hospital full time and the the Lesson-Sermon is the Goff's car. Constable Francis
than the legal limit of bream, Church will have its theme a
as
from the Bible "I will
Pahokee following :
hospital on an emergency Cross and Road Patrolman W K.
crappie or perch would be arrested sermon by the minister on "The status only. feed my flock, and I will cause Kaufman investigated the accidentand
and prosecuted."And Master Builder", Taken from the It was announced that the Lions them to lie down, saith the Lord O R. Blecch is handling the
that Weans wholesalers, Sermon on the Mount, the textwill hospital committee composed of God . . Thus shall they know insurance claim. The Pahokee Police -
retailers and commercial fishe-- be Jesus' words of direction Jess M. Elliott chairman I. J. that I the Lord their God am with Department was not involvedin
:men alike," he added. ** The seining to all of his followers as they seen Frasure, Jr., and Frank Rozel'e. them, and that they, even the this accident in any manner
and sale of fresh water game I to build their lives by faith.In will continue its study of ways of house of Israel, are my people, whatsoever.
fish in Florida must be stopped. the evening at 8 p. m. our raising funds for the constructionof with the Lord God (Ezekiel 34- Police Chief Altman for Morganfor
Two circuit judges have ruled that will observe the
I congregation for the 15-301
a new hospital building any embarrassment' the error
the practice is illegal and that w! Sacrament of Holy Communion. Pahokee-Canal Point area, the cost - I may have caused him.
have the right to prevent it. And I Our altar is open to all who come> estimated at 100000. Human beings will have peace in - .
that exactly what we intend to :seeking Him in reverence and sin- Bobby Jones of the world when learn
past president they how to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stamps of
do, unless a higher court rules cerity. The Church lives by the the West Palm Beach Lions
II i Club ge talong in the villages and cities Bradenton spent the weekend with
otht'rwise" love and loyalty of its membersand was introduced as guest speaker that make up the earth their mother Mrs \\'. O. Stamps.
Commission regulations have friends. Its privileges areopen
long prohibited the commercial 'i, to all who would walk with
handling of all fresh water game God. Its worship is designed to
fi 'h. However, a !series of bill; I I deepen the hunger for righteousness -
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p-isned by the 1<>47 legislature removed It strives to give rest for
Lake Okeechobee and the ,the wt>ary. comfort for the
St. Johns river from the jurisdiction troubled, hope for the downcast.
of the commission and reopened and Christhke strength of the
them to commercial fish- quiet mind to all who come withinits
ir.f'. portals in need or in a pir.i-
Morgan's statement: today cam" tion. The brief Communion Meditation -
after Circuit Judge Hugh1.. will be on "The Eternal :
Taylor of Tallahassee had upheldthe I'Values of Communion" I S t.

commission's authority ov'r' Work on the new building is going
the two inland bodies! and i issued a on continuously. The building
court order restraining the State location has been surveyed and
Board of Conservation from regulating ,I marked: off by George Kingsle
fishing there. and Francis W Cross, Jr. Th:
Judge Taylor ruled that the! ,,titiYing of the piles is being done
three 1< 47 acts placing the wat(>.-sunder this week, the work being done bv
the conservation departmen" M. F. George, H. S Barnes. \\". K.
were "invalid and inoperative" because Buchanan D. L. Hooks, and \\'. T.
they conflict with commission Blair. As soon as this work la
' regulations.The completed, the foundations will be
o SAID
OUR STOCK
five-man board has constitutional I poured.Life.
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authority over the takingof ;
all fresh water fish. is complicated by the pretenses OF
MOULDINGS IS
LOWlEvery
Earlier this month the 1947 "no j of those who should know

penalty" bill another legislative I better.

--- --, day customers tell us they are surprised to
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1----, see the varied range of patterns and the real quantities of mould

1 IF YOU LIVE MODERN IT REQUIRES ings in stock at our yards. Some say they've been told: "Lindsley's

haven't enough moulding to stick in your eye." Well here's betteruse

House EquipmentOur for that eye. An "eyefull" what we have in quantities of

mouldings freshly inventoried in
reserve-stock Warehouses
tore has: long been known as the place to our

purchase a line of modern electric household o-n-l-yl! Listing not including any of the large current quantities
equipment in the of Refrigerators Ice Boxes
way comprising our stocks in our 9 yards. Read it and leap!
Deep Freeze units' Stoves and Hot Water Heaters.

ELECTRIC RANGES
Warehouse Ki.d of Warehouse tUmd of
Have you ever seen one of the e Ultra Modern Inventory Moulding !..*' ory Mo.ldi.q
ELECT O.IASTEH ranges? They are a* fine as 640,000 ft. Half Ed. Screen Mould 300,000 ft. 1 ." Lat.'.ce

any offered on the market at the price. 370.000 ft. Hat Screen Mould 714.120 ft. Base Shoe

They sell at .. ........ ... $242.50; 265.SCO ft. n." A.B. Plaster Mould 131.238 ft. I"x2" Screen Stock

Trim 18,880 ft. I"x3" Screen Stock
EPCOTEU HEATERS
127.900 ft. It/:" Type "K" (3 Bead) 27.264 ft. Window Stool
Those: quick heating Sepco water }heater, 50 Casing

gallon capacity, providethe home with hot water 62,860 ft. Type "D" Plaster Bev. Base 21'000 9.200 ft. Drip Cap1I4"
whenever wanted I, and are economical in operation. ft. Bed Mould1JV
84,496 ft. 2VV "L"
Type Casing
Sale price ... .. ....._ $137.001)EE1' 98,644 ft. 2"x2" Baluster Stock 7.000 ft.ft' Crown Mould
70.960 ft. J4" Cove Mould 4,950 3'i" Crown Mould
FREEZE BONES I .
62:000: ft. *:" Quarter-Round 3,840 ft. 5'.." Crown Mould
Tho-e Amana deep freezing units, :oO i cubic 174.870 ft. ]:4" Quarter-Round 31,028 ft. Blind Stop

fiH t rapacity. will proideoti with food freezing I 64,760 ft. l' ," 0. G. Stops 25,000 ft. '." Half Round
the year round. Heats, fruit and vegetables remain 450,670 ft. 1r/" O. G. Stops 20,000 ft. 1'/" Half Round
: irt'"h. nutritive and retain their ta tine.*. : 459,110 ft. 1 ." O. G. Stops 50,000 ft. Parting Bead

Sale Trice ... $jr.00; 272,600 ft. P1" Lattice 10,000 ft. 1' ." Full Round


SCH\MNN. IHCYCI.ES I Several/ Mouldings Price As Low As 2Vzc Ft.

Whwalk. when \ .ni ian ritll."t' now have

those: Sehxunn built bu\de") :". the joy of every:
OWI.I'r. Ail 1 .u-ie:-,:-one:*. Price .. Si I 19,311; :; Lindsley Mouldings Are Well Machined


i R;_VI1IO REI'VIRS from Dry, Unifor Perfect Stock

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