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 Material Information
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 8, 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).
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
notis - AKF8469
lccn - sn 95026042
System ID: UF00079910:00294
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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FRIDAYAugust I

8, 19-17 PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDINCIRCULATING



THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY


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_ Record Shipment Of New Florida! Product I Station,



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q I Elliott.' truckers Thomas station Elliott


1y ,,s)r : State Farmers.'

I Edenfield. local

modern 3S by ;.2

i building i.bo-
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a 300 by 0 0
." tat131 k.,

I ; : will contain a s-et -

: facilities for tl::.,
: of all tyivs ..f
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.' restaur.in:"*
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I' will be a lat.---.

tL I I : the frtparl..:- ;
trailer
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I \ a one-stop !-ot..-
Part of a record shipment of five carloads of ramie fibre being Ramie processing plant at Canal th., weary trw-k
:;Oaded aboard Florida East Coast at Canal Point Fla. tor
Railway on a conveyor belt passes through I at the end ot In-
export to Switzerland where it will be manufactured into cloth. leaves from the stalk. The stalks then : : to pick up a load

Louise Hamilton of Canal Point, holds some of the new Florida which separate the fibre from the pulp. I ; conveniently get;

product. Bales weigh 600 pounds each and are worth about $180 apiece. serviced and
foot and lodg

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station will aI<;,>
t the trucker it
the State Market
the Canal Point
,r ., packing center
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Fy last week's editi-m
( !(> News I. relating
in which Sebrir
rr. I Tommy ese'ale' t
: incorre'ttly slat-.I
car "bumped into
I ) a Pahokee police
.- side of the reel
.. I .! into the tr-' .

Ramie in the field. The plants reach a height of approximately Ramie fibre, as it emerges from a I Iiurn.." struck b---

. sort feet when ready for cutting. They mature in about sixty days and ready to run through a dryer under the trees wag

we cut every sixty days thereafter. jnusual length of the fibres. I by If. T. Goff. :i

.... I Pahokee poli.-o
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gotten off duty at
the {'btitwill bo shipped durirr, I ...nin and was eon
Florida Manager Of Southern Bell O toner of this rear and we ae .:: [ '!' Palm Beat *..
hopes that it can immediately to.' I .

Makes Excuses For Present Mess placed this in itisfactory service: : in order corditi tn crect :-1'-".-. j(I!I Constable*' rear :bumper to KranrnI pas of

I We regret the inconvenienr: '
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Promises Better I Patrolman
Service In Future
j caused to you anti our other Clh : I I !' ,.,. the accident
1 IttMaers in Pahokee. but assure y.'-i i rh is handling tat -
I that everything possible is b.-;"!.: t
The Pahf'ke- Po-
Jacksonville. FJ.i toad art:< :ipit-'l\ tr-i J': i Ian1 t .1 con l .
to correct this situation. ....,.
jdone : e --.t ir.vc-lv 1
July l'Ii: +l7Mr. struct-n c rvA..;- i.! "'patched t ) i
Paul Itar Glade! area on Yours very truly > ::: : \ .t 10; annnr:'"'
I :OLTIIE1.N BELLt :: .
\ New' J-.iv! ::1 tee rrect thi. situatiort. I
TELEPHONE CO. -- --
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Canal Point. Florida It :s my unt. r-tandrg that taexcessive '
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A B I D"lI..y.Flnn.a: 1i
D..ar11''. Itardm: rains ontinued and on i

.\n immediate investigation wa.j Wednesday the amount of rain be- Manager
Rock Pit
made after receipt of your telegram carr.' most inti.-tal! and it was irap - ----- I
doted! July "4 with referenceto '"*ihle to effect permanent ivr -- Miss Virginia: McClure has acepted -'-
inability to contact .ur operators irs. There are at the present th- po>it"n a. manager -'f ::: | |
at Belle! <-:lade.I tame. ten nen employed in this the l"njx-er.ty of Miami cafe!."-- t
work and the of i i -- -
Because of excessive rains in fi.- t'-pair majority a. Tr.e r> w -afetTia building; < t
the fifteen circuit have been r"- I the university campus conta.rstwo -. reek pit nar the I
KvergJade! area difficulty was experienced
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,stored to I'annrn dark'i
service.We .
in maintaining facilities I dining rooms with a eatr.: : e I
particularly the toll line ItetweeaPahokee cor.templtted:: for sometime 1 rjpa "tvf 2,">O p'n <>rs: cash M- : { i ruling 'n a. .'at.- r
McClre. who. -rmerly was < ftena .'- ; -U b> aunty C'.m-
and Belle Glade Then- the placing; of a cable between -
f the ?tat;"' I. nil n. llol
th' trir.ig r > r J
are several corner poles in Belle Glade and Pahcke t>i :
route which when the lt'." .- d';:. ;xull!! asssi '" hor n. tt : <- pita* haltr-J
gave way replace: the open WTIV. DifficTilty ..
-lun- when aate
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soil became saturated
thonmghly:: has been experienced in securing '
that ""I..raU..n
and the anchors would: net: hold the nv.-#!arv cable 1-n-aus! of ti. -e I ( irnfl- I
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Ttis caused the circuits to becomecrv crt., .: '*tHl and in- initerative. lead ar.d ether condition* beyon 1! :et.* th. "ic'ah..!.' TT roO ; !.. .j :
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Two The Everglades News Canal Poi t. Florida Friday, August S. IP I\;
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THE EVERGLADES NEWS k.ttlr starting to boil in "-arnest v !i.!)\\non TO CKLEUUXTIVILDVOOD :
TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY 1.r ,t. Wil: bt candidates:; anlen'va \ -This enterprising
I *-...: tnt old welkin will from railroad celebrate 11h.J"
Serving; the. Lake Okeechobee F, r'iirig Region nng: center will -
P,'*-,=acola to Key \Ve;t. Pay with an all-day program
Established 1921 Published
Every Friday i ij .
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that will include everything from
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Ad\'ance' :
"Red Tide" KillingThousands a parade to a fireworks spectacle.Three .
( R\ Russ-ll 5 Kay I1wn :; :
The E'ergIadt.sev.s Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn i it1 outstanding speakers an.
Of Fish scheduled during the day: SenatoClitule .
Canal Point. Florida as Second Class Matter I
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Ton \vats >n annour.e:d --- I Pl pper. Gubernatorial candidate : -
that he would not run to succeed 1 :',\?..PC ritL'L.irg its sweep : Fuller Warren, attorney of
Paul Rardin
Owner Editor. Publisher
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: himself Attorney General b'lt ::p t>-.. GalL the mysterious "red JacksomilleHighlighting: .

instead would seek the office "ttJoiemor tn't! that has brought death to I the program w.n!
21 Counties ,. :
Legally Dry I he let the bars down for II '"" 'J.1 >-: th.u-and! : of fish is rePorted be a bathing beauty review contest -
The! trend of Florida counties; from "wet" to "lc al1\' dr\" ;! frpt.-for-al1. and at this \\nti-; as far north as te mf"lt'I I conducted by Zip Starne, woo

columns duriiii the last year i is notewrthy. Latest addition 1 it looks as though we would have ot Tampa Hiy, Observers flying -o successfully staked a similar

to the lel1thil1gIi..t; which prohibit the sale ot Junior is Har- .. -'\arni of candidate for this of- over the stricken Gulf area sac I event in connection with the Lees-
fit{'. bead fish: can be seen flouting on burg Watermelon Festival
lee in South Florida which went front wet to dry i oy a man-Tin
Running for a cabinet officer.Ceinst 'b<> surface' of the water for a distance A crowd of at least 10000 is: ex
of 2'K1otes.!, .
a ran who is firmly entre of 10 miles from 'hi>-e. pected
The switch }brought to 21 the number of Florida counties
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>"'.:eo and runs tn succeed hiiiis Dr. Cl\d Reed of the Umw-
that outlaw sale ol NOTICK
liquor.
.!f is a mighty toagh race for =sty of Tampa. states that the socalletl -
'Ihere have been eight local option referendum- dun nn the Public notice is hereby gin
] :! ot* 'r contenders for the! man nofi "red tide" is caused by nvri-
last: year and live counties-WakuIIa, Suwannee Hamilton, {..t' hfa tremendous adyantag' ute organisms in hte water which I that the undersigned intend: to
Lafayette and Hardee went dry. Dixie and Taylor county and if Tom had chosen to remain I attach themselves to the gill offish r(' it'rith: the Clerk of the Circuit -

\oteis elected to continue legalized liquor and Santa Ro-a. in the office: of attorney general and prevent their breathing I Court of Palm Beach County.
it i doubtful if he I ----- -,- :Florida pursuant to Section
which has been "dry" for 40 years stayed that way. ;= extremely
S6J.Ofl.; Florida Statutes 1941. thi
:-ijrnificant: also is the fact that the majority ot the Flor- "-.Mild hate hid any stnons op- I During the two postwarears fictitious mme. to wit Four-Way

ida "dr\ bloc is in West or Northwest Florida Dry countiesare po"ition the nations motor car industryhas Service Station, under which we

: Santa Ko>.a, Walton, Holme-, Washington.: Jack-on Nov.however, it is anyltody'a* : turned out 4000000 passenger are engaged! in business: at Paho-
tace and it is beginning: to look
cars and :2200000: trucks an I
l ;a.'stU-n' Lt'ill1.dailla Jeffer-on. )Maui-on Ham '
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like an 'hodand everybodyv0.1 coicbes according figures uireleaed Florida.Ronald
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ilton. Suwannee Lafayette Clay, Bradford, Hernando. Polk get into it.Durin1 : In the Automobile Manuuchurcrs i H. Watson'
ili'-hlands and Hardee.ith Jack A. Phillip
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the Iefilit'\e i session Association': :
\\ Olw-t nird ol the counties in such a famous resort Guy Crews representative fro'iDual Pub: July :!j. Aug 1. S.! 15. 1917

-tatt'. drv niohibition! is not -uch a dead issue a- "wet" ad- let it be known fiat r "

\oi-ates: contend, it eems.-P:1I1ama City Herald. would b.a candidate and he h.i ---- - -- -- --- - -
been campahninrt''t'r::: -mceLi i
Grady nlI ton of Wamh'ili
Potato ShortageA one-time gubernatorial candidate I

potato shortage may hit American< dinner tah!('.- next and an able lawyer. definitely in

it'tt-r.! 'PH'1 !r>>>\ernmeiit tr\inir to avoid a repetition of the race and with his wide acquaintanceship II

la-t: year- luiyeurplus.: has been trying to curb potato ; throughout t h ','

ncro-tire this st' LSOll. It is too earlet to find out howjrrouers -tate and strong political (corn- I
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>eratin but the 'at her hajrion OCeI'gen'rOus tions he has a tremendous vUnt.ige -
are cooi jr, w i -
help to the countr\"*< fewer-potatoes dme. known.over others who ate less, well !, A. Servant of the Glades :

Planting of late jxitatoes (those which will be stored for I
R W eatiu-r; 11l'xtintl'r) ifar behind schedule! in Maine, New assistant
: :\tto'.It'neral., who hail-i i
and \\' 'Ollsin. (Government I I
Yoik .Michigan : ( spud nwnay from Palitaka crashed new=papef | To MiamiTo
that unless the crop gets started within the next week or front pages b1'tn('k with 1" i| 4 Buses

two there i- a real i 1K)--ibihtof a .scriouhoitaye; next fall official I announcement He is fai- West Palm teach

and winter.V.IMV Iv we'l!' known in political circl s
Daily To Ft : & Lakeland
M\cn
: :hde! local surpluses early potato' keep cropnintr! ; but 1= practically: unknown to the

up in the! South. Abut 12,<>(00 bushel had to be dumped inlaliama. general public

.'. And more destruction is likely in the Carolina R A. )iLexi>> Green former congressman -

as the government continues to buy in an effort to main- and candidate for Governor Glades Motor Lines Inc.
in the list': go-round is' biting :
tain prit.'e-Wall Street Jurnal.
: his nils and trying to decide

what to do lie wants to run for SERVING THE GLADES"RESULTS
"Iing" Wisecrack"All I something but doesn't know jut !

men yearn for public adulation," aid Dintr. the famous what Maybe governor mavV I

cartoonist. "And don't let anyone tell you different:' I attorney general or maybe for a

A friend of the artist's wife visited his studio and. looking return to congress He has his sir
to the ground and we will hear
about at the drawings g-u 11t "Wonderful! You must yet sooner '
from him or liter I m sun
a great deal! of praise from all sides:' A half dozen other are considering -

Ding laughed.- "Not a whit more than I need," he ad- entering the race and no one i I

mitted.-Des :Moitiefegi i. ter. can say at this time how many

will be lined up at the post when

Time Marches OnA the starting gun is- fired.
A spreading rumor to the effect
fly was walking a yentlemanhead with her dau h- that Commissioner of Agriculture

ter. "How times changes, my dear! ," she said "When I was I Nathan Mayo would retire at the

your aye, this was only a fClnt pat h-\\'enatd1l'e.., I end of his present term caused an

Apple Seed.Consumption. j ambitious crowd of office seekers

j to tOart beating the bushes
{ Ammon McCMlan of Ft. Pierre

I didn't waittc find out whether
The cost of living i is the darkest cloud this horizon and
on
I Mayo would run or not but to--M Thaf"hat you want from in-
there is no sign that its: shadow will soon disappear especially | his sombrero into the ring and has any

in foods. !Pr l.'s of farm products have increased instead started out on a statewide handshaking I vestment. Profitable production of

of dropped being .1 i>er cent higher than they were in January II campaIgn.

and there i is no expectation that they will decline in Friends have been urging Richard Poultry Daily and Hog products and
,
the Hear future. Corn crop lo-ses caused by floods and rain Simpson of Morticello, former !
Speaker of the House: to enter
may hurt. I the race but Simpson will not ninin 1 Chicks raised to maturity.
The principal factor for any increases, however will not
opposition to Mayo although ne
he exports or government purchases as so many contend. It I would run a mighty good rare for j.

i is due almost entirely to the heavy domestic demand resulting anoffice he might seek I Labor costs are the same whetheryou
from wartime education in the advantages of health- Mayo. last week released i i

ful diets and the heavy purl.'hasingpower in the hands ot statement to the press saving that 'i feed
use a good
or a poor one
the customers. It is estimated that on a per capita basis, he had no intention whatever .>f i ,

home consumption i is 12 per cent higher than prewar le\eK. I retiring that his health hall never'I but there is bigdifference in
a re
The fact i is that exerts of meats during the first six b.en better and that he had in I III

months of 1917! were less than half those of a year ago or II unfinished agricultural program t., :

only : per cent of national output. The armed forces are complete that could not possibly
be daring his -
buying :SO IH.T cent less than their quota of a year ayo.I'NKIIA accomplished term present ( sults.Eschleman's
Thus the supplies for domestic i
has disappeared. : I "lthl:1yo: : definitely planning
u-eare the highest in twenty five \ears. Reef pnxluction is to nin for reelection it i1' doubtful I Feedsare

setting i a record. if ans.riou opposition will j
dexelop Mayo is' I..\.1! art !'.'- '

pected throughout the state .m.*
Gal Of DistinctionA i I it is gtnerallv agreed that he ".ini quality feeds and we have one exactly
man who lives in a Nob Hill hotel noticed that the contents retain his office as' bra-\!' *-.>

of a Httle of fine bourbon were dropping at a repid! warts to.There suited to your needs

rate. So he made a tiny pencil mark on the label} opposite the I I j mab* other -\n.!ldat.: -

current tt'\'t>l. Hl"'turningIwnw that light he found a note seeking cabinet ffnps b".t i.rent ---

from the chambermaid : "Plea-e= don't put a pencil mark on incumbent will all run f.'r. r<'-

the bottle, because I don't want to put water in such good "-l*'ction, and tha tmr\n4: that i"\
whikSan Francisco Chronicle. opposition that de\el ps!: w':II va\" .
a tough time of .t f-'r :t i-: rl-nr.! .
bar! to defeat a mar A r. ;- .-
I KILGORE SEED CO.
Malaprops In Illinois
ard wants: t>> stay

The Illinois !louse ha- lone :,since acquired a reputation for i As it appears no w. they: :-a-"

indifferent grammar the improper r use of words. etc. Kecent-: for a cabinet post that will: :it-a: .
t public atte-t:on and ar'.:ae i ry HRKD-RITK SEEDS
1\ a representatne= carried} the ball. Said he. 111 .* amendment -
j I degree of :nter.St will b.- the rice
doe-n't chance the general setup one I. O. IY ,
This: i is remindful the delightful job pulled off by another .I f.w attorney.* !!fOn:-ral Paho1ee Fla. Phone :.3201Page
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i Vr \? know 2 great 5llaSnit
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orator in the 1CM'session I: when he orated! "Thi i hi outrageous who will or will n->t r,.r .-.-

: As a matter of fact. I'm malismant"-Chicago til la'-n the year but c.am.NP. ,

Time-. Year'+ liay. w* can coat on th-* ( .



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other fellow to it, is our greatest menace of the highways.One I

out of three accidents are caused by unsafe speeding. ,

Auto traffic accident fatalities are increasing at an alarm-
ing rate. In Florida 561 people were killed in the first ten;; a

months of 1946. This is an increase of 22% over a like period'

0 Mr. Pedestrian-_ in 1915. In that year there were 641 fatalities of which 195,
0 -- n - or 34% were pedestrians.

itj WALK It's high time for every person who sits behind a wheel to fil

; ] take this matter personally. There are definite speed limits tB
in Florida based on traffic and population conditions. These k

/t'LIVE:'\_ laws are made to be obeyed and will be enforced by our
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Four The Everglades News. Canal Point Florida Friday. August S. 1917


NOTICE: \PPIIT\TIOV T\ in.rn FORT Arcadia To Hold and cows with calf at side. In ad- Merging of the world's two The freight car shortage promises
dition number of excellent herd
a
(Chapter 11717. .lets of 1911. Chapter largest Christian youth groups."T ; to be a real headache to Florida -
20G-.8.: .\rts of 1941) Brahman Sale Aug. 15; sire prospects i,. included inthe individuals -
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That h e International Society of
growers and shippers, and it is
En'nladfo'Itp.-..- rch Corp. purchaser cataloged.The Christian
Endeaxor"ard "Tho
of Drainage District Tax Certificate* ARCADIA Fortv head.f. registered ; Arcadia sale catalog gives gratifying ti- learn that The Pull-
United
and tax lienfor taxes of Everglades Christian iloxement"into in t3nJardlanll.1cturin
a n ;:
2 complete pedigrees of all animals
Biahmar.s. including > ;
filedaid dranliSle -
Drainage D:-trict ha a new united youth organization -
tax ale cenifica'e-* tax lsen< head of females have been accepted included in the sale. together with Company is placing in production
for fi\e. of EvergfadDrainaCe Di"'t- is being considered: by a joint at two of its plants a new mod
foot notes
for the first 3nulItid.umrner: concerning breeding.
rlct in mv office and hamade ap- committee representing: botnpn
pllratioii for deed to tue in accordance 'sale of South Florida Brahmans to cul.r. and other features., Considc box car. designed especially for
with law. The certificate and ::: !'
mass
lien number and dates of issuance. be held in the sale ring of the Ar- able care has been taken to see -"" ---. production.--.a.._---
the description" of the property and cadia state livestock auction mark | that red Brahmans as well is
the names in which a-se->-ed are as Bargains pre of two typo: buying \\V cnn save money on preparedness -
follows: et August 15. | white and steel gray colored individuals -
poi.it'thinsr you need at a better if we take it for grantedthat
Certificate No. 503 Date of IssuanceJulv I For the first time in the history are included in the offer-
2nd A. D 194i I I price and not buying something no nation will ever fight th3
Certificate No 466. Date of Issuance | of the Brahman breed i- ing.
: don't need at price. United States.
-- you any
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July 1. :\ D 1946 Florida more than half the offering I
Certificate !' fJ. 444 Date of Issuance
J'ir 2 .\. D. 1947Decnption will be in females and consignors ; SolicklcCarthy: I.
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of f'rfPf"rt'Trart.: 21 : expect this feature will at-
and 22 riock 25. Pam Beach FarmsOninr.nv
Plat No 3 ain P. B. 2. tract many nt"hree.ders to the Miss Mary Solick of Pahokc-e hi.'-

P3s 45 to 54 inc .. fratrrniity. \ can.e the bride of D. B. McCarthy
Ortlfira'f No 5 July! 2nd. A. D 145' i Because females have been ali 1 of Okeechobee at a single rin ? i

Certificate No. 467 Date of Issuance i most impossible: to buy at anv j ceremony held in Mary's Catholic -
July IAD 1946. '
Certificate No 445 Date of Issuance : price and because buyers have assurance Cnurrh in Pahokee Saturday. :

June 2. A. D 1947 ;i of quality in an auction Aug. 2, at S a. m.. with Father .
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Description of Property Tract 35.
Block 25. Palm Beach Farm. Com- i sale by a group of breed- Peter Reilly. pastor officiating.. i
panv Plat! No. 3 a-s In P. B 2. Pg;;. I Iers. the August 15 offering will j Mrs. X. Gavan of West Palm 'iI
4=i to 54 Inc. .
The said land twin assessed at the 'attract the attention of pro=pect- j Beach sister of the bride, was I \
rTate of the issuance of such drainagetax I'live breeders seeking foundation I matron of honor and Daniel E. f' Planning a business or vacation trip? You'll
certificate in the name of Miami ,
comfortable
Production A..o. All of said property stock for their herds. McCarthy. Jr.. was his father's: enjoy going by easy riding \: \
being in the County of Palm Beach I Milton R. Thomas sale manager.'states I best man. I Greyhound ccch. Frequent schedules. Big \
State of Florida. Unless said drainagetax rxta savings on round trips.
certificate or certificates, drainagetax i( that the 40-page catalog for :\McCarthy came to Pahokee
lien or drainage tax: liens shall !Vx I the sale may be obtained by: writing i four and a half years ago to the : (aDall'OIct to Wahington.>: I). C. IV!
redeemed according to law. deed will
he issuesd thereon on thel
Kentember. 1947.Witness mailed early this week to members School as instructor of science.Mr. Not Including Taxi
my official signature and I
seal this the 29th day of July. A. D of the Florida State Cattlemen's and Mrs. McCarthy will return -
1947. I association and others interested -! from their wedding trip oni CANAL POINT to ASHEVILLE i-J
J. ALEX ARNETTE Clerkof JI Hound S19.0 .
the Circuit Court of : in livestock raising. i August 15 to make their home in 'er Trip
Palm Beach County Florida. Females consigned include open Okeechobee where he engaged '? I I Not Including TaxTAKTEILGEIGEIt l
Circuit Court Seal)
Pub Aug 1. 8. 15&22 I heifers bred heifers, mature cows" ( in a gas supply business. I II :;I : DHIT STOKE #

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y I :Sealed! l lids will '"e ivcti.i-il until f( fH o'Blot'!\

PALATKARAVIN I
I P. :\1. \iijru.-t 11, 11> 17 for the ;pun-hase: of a cer-
EGARDENS

tain buildinjr and lot. known a..s the "Howard


r Sharp I.ttildinir"' (Formerly the Evergladesetics

Palatka, Florida, may Iuilclinr) in Canal Point Florida.
rightly claim to Ion,-

of lie world's most .,yit i

beautiful spots during Sealed hills subject to tin same conditions

azalea season Tho -

sands upon thousand will Ala be received on certain furnishings which

or azal".Li.("amdlias anti

other lovely Moon follows

make PalatLa Ravine ]

Gardens a spot worth e ... I Radio. 1 Wardrobe. 1 Greens Fuel Heater 1 Hopr

seeing while open during ate,, 'b }tl '
the period from apartment size jrreens fuel gas range 1 small

January 1st to May 1st.Enjoy. Fritfidaire l'Iectric'frig-t>rator, 1 Office Desk, 2

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chairs.
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the Southeast'st t

\ Bids on furnishings should he itemized. Lumpsum
r
w bids on all items collectively will not be con-
Famous Regional Beer R

sidered. Appointment{ to see the above mentioned


building and or furnihingmay he made by con-


,. tactingA} Jensen in Pahokee. A deposit
f The Drink of Friendship aX Bvr-has

amounting to 10 percent of each bid, in the form
its own great distinction as a famous regional beer. lV< v '

of certified check, or money order must accom-
: brewed to suit the tastes of di..crimin..1tin ;Southern \ C .
\ | pany bid-: and payment of balance! in cash will berequired

beer losers, and a perfect for the ,
accompaniment
( li
t Ta?? before delivery I and within ten days of

Southean's faxorite fOOth.lw.1Ys ask for .r.\X f IK--.
notification of acceptance of bid. We reserve th--

the Drink of Friendship.! It', n[! ..'?f. > ," . ffi 1 1 i , right to reject any or all bids received and de-

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when such bid is rejected. Dids !should' be addressed
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as follows :



E. A. Jensen: President '


Hoard of Governors)


Everglades I/idtre Xo. ? 11 Inc.

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t !1 m' TED BY Pahokee. Florida.Page .



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August 8, 1947 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Pag. PlveMr.


Mrs C. T. Jackson and son'l I CIIIKCII OF CIIRIxT at the unnersitj for the 1947-4 Wages are what an employer

Paym left last week for a \ SClEXTI term rays for the time. energy and intelligence -

. wit r. relatives in Georgia.I "SPIRIT is the subject of the Registration for the Fall session of worker: some times
I and Mrs. E. F. Mclilwan Lesson-Sermon which will be rea i is scheduled for September 15-2). it is what he get

.{ : ana family left Saturday to spend in Churches of Christ. Scientist, with classes slated to meet Monday ( --. -

a two weeksacation at Surf throughout the world on Sunday, morning. September :Z. There is little occasion to doubt

and Mrs O. B. McClure and I I Cottages near Palm Beach. August 10. ------ the story of Jonah and the whale;

daughter Miss Virginia McClure, I Miss Betty Fielding has returned The GOlden Text is "Teach me it may sound odd but a newspaper there are other and greater yarns

I left Friday to spenda vacation 11 to her home in Pompano aftera to do thy will: for thou art my which well serves its com- that the people accept
visit of several days with Mr entitled the - --- -
to
the NCA England States. God: thpint igood: lead m! munity is supportof
Rev Carson T. Howes returned and Mrs Bill Rogers in Pahokee. into the land of uprightness; subscriber: and adverti.oer; It will do no good but you mig! :

home lit weekend from Lincoln Mr and Mrs H. J. Anderson and
Nebr. whore he attt:.ded the National their house guest Rut I- men ciKest : Amoni. the citations which COTst A little five-room cottage on a rncetodax with what they were
.
Rural Life Conference of I Palm Be-':. apt.rt the weekend ::at;; t1: Lesson-Sermon is the mountain side in Georgia has become when there was price control.
.
. Methodist Churches 3.3 a delegate in Miami and while there '.*- Illmvtn': m the Bible: "Grace a national shrine It wa ------

from the Iet'1f"H.lit Miami Dis tended a fare:. I: r'a.*2; nn Au,;. and peace ix' multiplied unto you j I: turned o\',,i' t" the Government b:. The cost: of living is to objectof

trict. 2. honoring Mr and Mr". L. G. :rough tne knowledge of God. : the \Vir-i Sprin,* Foundation and i'one','nitrated attention on the
.
R. Johonsen who were preparing, t ird of Jesus our Lord. Accordingas ;: i!< the house wnere President part of those wIth fixed incomes
Ronald
*D-. and Mrs Long
leturn to t* -ii' home in Denmark hip divine power hath given Roosevelt pent his List d3 'S. Ltt us: h'p" t 'at It ,o t. s on higher.!
and daughter. Sandra, left Frida
after a visit wit friend m the unto us all thing that perta'n '
to ! Units Stattshile there they unto life: and godliness, through '
relatives and friends in Ohio, Indiana -
north. al-o rut th< ir nephew and niece.Mr. the knowledge! of him that hath Ir
and other points
andIrs.. M A. A\ala. upon tailed us to glory and \irtiu (lII iiai'TH
Mr and Mrs R J. Schroder and ii
their arrival in Miami from Guatemala Peter 1: -31.
;
son, B hby. are pending a thre i
who accompanied th.nct- ,I
week vacation visiting his brother --
ersons home for a vi-it of 'veralda's
and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. here UniversityAccepts i j HAS SEEN ADDED

George Schroder in Philadelphia.Pa. ,I
Mrs Cleo Douhtit returned to
., and other relatives and Student Applications
her home Pahokte last week
in
;
friends in new Jersey and New' after a visit of \'eralt'k" witn d 1 AT HERMAN'S RADIO &

York City. GAIES"ILLItulent applications -
her mother in Georgia "
Mr and Mrs Jess M Elliott an 1 for admi Mon to the University -
Terry Sellers returned to his ELECTRIC SHOP
son are spending a months' vacation : of Florida in Septemb r
at Surf Cottages near Palm home in Pahokee this week from are still being accepted um\er. "I

Beich Thomasville Ga. where he has ally officials announced this week.
ALL TYPES OF REFRIGERATOR
Rev and Mrs C. A. Moberg and been working in the peach deal with the deadline for acceptance I "

children returned Saturday from for the past month set for August 1"; by the regis- 'I AND MOTOR REPAIR BY

a vacation spent with relatives and Mr and Mrs Curtis Chase and trar's office.
friends in Chicago. Ill and other !sons will leave this weekend" fora Women "Indents are llf.ingal'- ,f HO'IA1..TZ

points north.Prince. two week vacation at Surf I cepted on the same basin as men I I .. -,
ottages with the proviso that women mug J Graduate 01 D aexs Refrigeration

Dr .George F.iarbee has returned I obtain off-c'1mp'I" hou'ingappro\"- J :"id EiLCtrif School in St. Louis.
ed m a visit with his hroth td and lifted btie university

1OIaand sister Dr. and Mr<>. f-I housing office.Completion t

S, Ham, in Savannah Ga. of additional hou=nj ; FOR SERVICE CALL

Theatre Richard L. Brooks Pihokee |I and rla="room facilities. daily anal -. I

High: School agriculture instructor of new equipment and ad- Day 4281 Night t 4252An.
is :ittf'ndinthe second Si>-j ditio .s to the instructional tiff"
I 1
Pahokee, Florida I uster of the University of Flivid j of all colleges officials aid': make :' .; 1l.V.'J .

I I ,i summer school Mrs Bro>}ks |I it possible to guarantee all qualified -
_
I Ir md daughter. Barbara are ales : Florida student': : enrollment
Sl'N.-MON.: ( t 10-11 I I I
1ugii staying in Gainesville while lit is I

attending schoolLet's :
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/ \ not forget in connection
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t;* \. 19'c'l W with all the debate about Russia I
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1" t\\&lALJ I that the Russians ale entitled ti m
(enjoy unmolested any form o:
rauJ. .\
government that they desire
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'Under Co"erVoman' 11'Bl.l(' Stenographer, lIrs."an BEEN t@nfD\1 I

J. YOlk at Everglades Discount
Mephanio Ilacholor: Robert Company in new \Vroten Buildingon ( pJI

Lh'i ng't: on Bacom Point Road in I'ahoKee -

-ALSO'attnu tf I LAST WINTER... :..
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stI"TI: (' tanks and grease traps .

ncrtnt cleaned and repaired "hone (;
I'I'1 IftI
3S.:!. Bob Douthit, Pahokee M17c :.::.} '. c

,: \. .s r';..
1'OK s\I.K: New \VilI\s Jeep. .
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Walter Ashley Garage Delle '- f .
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Glade. Phone 126: Jllch I ., :ir.!.

4 10K REST: South I.. Section 11. I THE 1 '

I <2";>! acres. at Sand Cut. Phone I 1? 5u5'THAft"r"r
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:IIrmx 531. Jiitr 44 \1f f
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7 Fell 'k 1I FOR s\LK: Hyacinth b-i-ket: far I .1} .1 .
BILL SNEfflEOTIiURS I I 34ard dragline Phone o'4. I ii 9 I Is 1 ,,- .- u a
onJ_.......'"11 I ;, f
IOIAI L IT i. "I' [. Sec.: 2-3.
11 OK REST: 60 acres in ,! i iI
j north of Canal Point. MM

i Hazel Lo>e. 2100 Georgia Ave.. I : ? lun, ""::ft: r.nt'.1fI
.-FIUuust 14-15; I|\V Palm Death lipIX1K "
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S\LK: :26-foot Cri -Craf: : -
James \ I j: Cruiser. 1910 model fully! equip- I

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.MAU.......Fe.'I': four. $30rtO Farm Michmeranl : But You Needn't Be Ally

I Supply Co Canal Point Fla, or
Pahokee Phone 531. J2Z::
I I More

11It"s . TM 04* booklet tell the b-J tn-i f'Map"1 ..a f,
Dri.BAPYES'Yt,tc3XCIIr : "
C It un ,. !.heat jour hour. Bard oa. -tu PlOOutllS irLEm.q. _., gar .i .
------- NOTICEMv kA.ra1.theffirwnnclnnlinr..and.ur/ri; .:tif':j

s.vrrmm.t n; low rn 4 of oil bout belling rorlholt found l>nt

!)OllH.1FIlTUI': : { : : ; office will be fur non.!a. llr+tnlm ad.anrrd,, impro.r<.. PO'"t

Closed
'sag -'|uij>mrot ..cll+Llc for lotttlUtion this
'Under Arizona Skies'.1I,1.

I. ST\K I LT lT.rST :2 through .ummf'r. Kihl: B.V I* the lime to (M .*l fur f'un.d"I .

DJ..LI ...rmtJa .. .
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AUGUST :25!;

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Six; The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday, August S, 194;.


'\. !\I Phone Company Is I Joe Swift, of Mount Dora cap- I Clubs sanctioned race on the S:.
tured the Forestwood Sportsman'sLodge i Johns river recently.

State Road Department }i Laying New Cable I I his Hydroplane gold trophy to when victory he drove in :a i 1 One -rule_of life 9 is_ eventually I

free-for-all event which topped a '\' will get tired of
TallahasseeJuly Florida Federation of Outboard (.everything.
I From Jax South I


1 I JACKSONVILLE The $9,500- 4+asa>satsass aassassea>eassast+se seiasaseassstat4
11, 1947 Y Y Y Y f Y Y Y Y f Y f f f f Y Y Y Y
000 segment from Jacksonville to V

( West Palm Beach of the coast-to- .. CAIER.ENTHUSIASTS: 4.>

Mr. Paul Rardin coast network of modern coaxial
I cable which will transmit hun + THE CAMERA: CENTER 4:

County Commissioner, deds of telephone conversations ,a is r. w equipped with a repair department. All work ;'
Canal Point Florida simultaneously! has started its cCy will be promptly done by experts familiar with all *.
underground trek from Jackson R. makes of domestic and foreign cameras. .a
ville. it was announced early this 9 4
A OFFICE EQUIPMENT
A
Dear Mr. Rardin: week by G. L. Kinsman, manager ; >

of tie Southern Bell Telephon <:} HALSEY & GRIFFITH, INC. 4;.

In answer to your inquiry about Company here.A 4"> 313-15-17 Datura St. Phone S88S 4.or. .
solution to the overcrowded
WEST
PALM
the resurfacing of the road between telephone circuits of today, this BEACh FLA. 4:.

Belle Glade and Pahokee I wish to Florida link will connect the longest { <4>tt?>{-}t'Y>ig Y-VVVV{>< > }<'
continuous path of the coaxialcable
advise that we have received detail completed in the country.The I = :

plans from our Division Office (Ft. lof I' the branch El PaoAtlantaJacksonyule will make connection-I '

Lauderdale) and it is our intention to 'I segment: with the West Palm I
'I I Beach to Miami part already in i
advertise this project for resurfacing 'service. Shrubs and Trees

bids to be received during the I The cable will pas through Or-
I: !aH'1on its way to West Palm
latter part of August. B-?ac*. The overall cost includes .\VARIETIES; AT RETAIL

\Vith ail good wishes I remain I installation of the cable right-of- I
v.'ay. new huiMmsrs anti initial
t I Authorized Sales and Service
cq'r'pment: at terminals and re- I
Sincerely I I potter station !!
I JACOBSEN POWER AND
F. Elgin Dayless Chairman The importance of the coaxial I j
cable most recent invention for i
HAND LAWN
II :MOWERSISLAND
State
Road
Department. I II'irrrr-ovinir telephone service;, lir; I Ii
I '
. i I in its facilities for handling a mul- I I
II
I j tr'u-it\- of lon ___.... than afforded by any previo I'j LANDSCAPE CO.

I I cable.May. : I Open WfdiH-Mlay ant! Saturday afternoons
never been ;> time in all the hecticcareer I

Cinematic Chatter [ of "Andy" when he hash I : Have Flamingos I 1100 Southern IIIvil., West Palm Beach
.
-n in \\'or'f' jam t can the o't, I II. I
By Malcolm Millar '
:.ie firds himself in. :n this land For Everglades! Park I
r I. n.itmjj story of hilarity. '

The for \.er popular Mickey I Poor Andy, He no sooner gets MIAMI The: Everglades National -
Rooney. with Sara Hadon Linda j out of one "tight squeeze" until I Park area may again be the
Romay Fay Holden. Don ita Granville 1 he finds himself in another, until home of the flamingo, the exotic
I II
and Dorothy Ford witu i the audience finds themselves 1 pink bird native to the southeast
Lewis Stone as "Pa Hardy", ti3 breathless from laughter: at his coat before white men came to i
Judge will be shown:: on the: scre-,i t J escapades. 1 Florida. The: authority for this
of the Prince Theatre Sunday- I This is Mickey's first pictur statement is Joe W. Morrow, si.p- Triple Play.
Monday, to the delight of al! j l since his return from military enintendent of grounds at Hialeah . i

"Andy Hardy" fans, in his latest i duty. and. according to critics, it Race: Course and in charge of the
and funniest picture: "L 0 v l' is one of the funniest things he track's famous flock.
: 1. LOTS OF PLAY
Laughs at Andy Hardy." 1 has brought to the screen. Repopulating of the new national -

XX'e can tell you now, there has I I Tuesday-Wednesday there is a park with flamingos will call '!. PLENTY OF SLEEP I
;doulbe feature with "Under Cover for all the breeding knowledge
Woman" as the first one up. This Morrow has acquired through 17 3. AJ..AHlII: K
("one stars Stephanie Bachelor anti years of trial and ('rror"hen

CHIROPRACTORWEST I I Robert Livingston and is said to I 1 1i the birds were first imported from There's a happy combination for you, and the
PALM BEACH i be one of the most interesting MON.. WED. and kind of teamwork that keeps 'em fit and prowin ,
FRI.BELLE GLADE !;i "thrill" dramas this pair have been discouraging disinterest in mating.
TCES. THtRS. and SAT starred in. I Then in 1937 came the ornthol- Keep that rood, pure Alfar Pasteurized Milk in ;

DR. L. S. JONES I The second picture up is "Kingof ogists d..lightthl: first flamingoegg tall glasses right before Junior and Sissy i every
the Wild Horses", which will laid in captivity. Midst fuss; I
Suite 301-02) Comrau Bldg. meal.
Phone 3650 weft Palm Eeach. FI.. be of great interest to those who flurry and Smithsonian Institute
love animals and the great ouI *- photographic equipment, a young-

-' -I I I doors. 1 bird was hatched July 5. But no- Hushed: to you from tested herds i
of the Wild 1 the mother,
"King H'rses"star.- body-not even ap
at nearby farms, you can alwaysput
CHILLS ft FEVER I Preston Foster. Gail Patrick a1' l parentlyknew anything about
Bill Sheffield and the cast is made the care and feeding baby flamingos. your faith in Alfar :Milk.

DUE TO MALARIARELlEVEDrrr j I tip of some of Hollywood's finest The bird lived only 11

,I featured players. I'm sure you'll!) da vs. .
like this one.ThurdayFndav. Morrow set about improving.*
BV.JY..d.iOO I Randolph: Scott nt'tingplacf" of the flamin (."-*. LFACREAMERY '
.with Bmnie Rime: as his : The clay net -which look lid:,
i
1 ladv.: and a huge cast of l'a'lm"\i miniature craters of extinct "01-
\
j rg: players make their bow canoes are usually found in sha:- 1 I i CO.PHOXK .
'" -i ; i *.-ict-n in a re-issise of one of the 0 0I low water and are flooded l>v !
L! ..'........ .-of: "..lfe'.... ".) -.. I fino-t pictures to grace the heavy rains or dried up bv drought ;J [; :20 - CELLS: GLADE

| can screen in a decade. \m'i-I Morrow built a small reservoir on !;
WHEN MAN SSCOM
I ore is the immortal "The : the moth i land of the infield lalwith -.'
SUDDENLY RICH HE.FINOS U -I"'lL" I the Mohicans". and it will thrill Ii I II running water to keep thelevel j j

our -rvjAt! HL HA'r: \ I I yon from beginning to end as of the pond constant. A!< '

LOT MO;:w K nG 'f I...."" I nothing else ha in some time. result a high of 73 flamingos uihatrhed ; -

'it:' Saturday als bring a doubleheader in 1P44. ,
CR I with "t'nlerrizo"1:\ In a insle: year the foimi-.
:
o't..... 't. I Skas the Western end of tile flaminco: lays only one cog: I
.. ; program. IIoa!'tins: an all star rhalk-uhite in color longer HIT: ,
.... .
ist and an actionated story it I hen eex. but smaller in cirrumfence !"-
f. .J'. 1 r.-.. ., -houM prove very interesting! till .> I Bird lovers used to feel <5"r.rv .

.,..".'-". .. './,.\... .. I members of the Six Shooter" for the old girl straddling: t''.
.-:.. ( '\\ '" ..? Xc c- Club. nest ff'lrinsUt" incubation: per- : J68I

o ._4 : Lei-and picture up is "The Eaa'Side hecauso of her non-colap.aiblr i 1" eObservation :
I :: l' 'Lc \S ti.h" in the side splitting at Hialeah how.' -
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I c H"rh.! Gas House Kids ( onfirmed Dr. Frank Chaptn: -

: i, :;: ; :: .-A this one will have you roaring: findings in the Bahamas flan: :. % WONDER SPRAY
.
[ ...... 1 _-' uith laughter every moment It is t i o!.'nv that she is capable" of f"l 1 ,
:
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on the screen. :ms: her legs underneath for )

Sure glad you liked "Sitngr of tI\y; of nesting Besides pap
Our rrnv for ,oomploto ni .tctun tht. South" took out for "ilargie"'. J js well trained and relieves her -.". dJ $t\ Quarts .X1.19r
*up is loner than yon e\'.'r ? ......
,!rt'3U1t',11t'uI.1 h.. SKKXHCKc \\""h'm be another screen the nest at interval
.
>mtt"lr. !'t t.> nuke your tar Triumph.See What finally comes out .>f t- 5 T0'- ..! ,, PCAo ;,
last . keep it w\'ll' s".'rv;>'('.1 you at the m.w't'-: ilal.: eeg does not look much like I '...c.. : : ;.. P ; ',a'.'
--- -. b': -, ' Pints .G9c
and itill It has straight
ktcpcrying \ > : flamingo a ; '
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\v. H. You fan ,S.. that at ht! t'onsiimptjon! of milk in the : and feet 1.'ne r than its lee T'" J'i.: . '._': '.,; ;
trouWe. at \vr\- httlo cost . 1'rited StatP !'i-t: \->ar wa, more distinctive rink shade does not apear : '- .
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ju.vt drvo --t.i ''-.- L \K'* han a pint po'r per-ir. according in the bird for six months 1'i
:-HPHF! Motor.! : "' ':MrxNVLAKE : .
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study by the .\r.:":l.an Can :.- lazy 'nunJlrltt'r and lt III nil. OUM.I: XMI
::rnvW '-rr fred it repurKUated f..1 1 '
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SHOREMOTOR '. *; .'. . the ,--t-
I > Farrier Ms.k..t :rge- ;: very Spring for r.

>*t-r int.sr.dri: -. --! Flon !"'- ,.. _: hatching of flamrg' s !'1111\I: :231Page __ _ '
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Are You AGREENEYED"




II PEDESTRIAN ?



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No-he's not color blind, actually. But mentally he "sees
I 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! ; '
I ; SAFEDRIVING Have you ever been guilty of "green eyes"? How many ,
; j times have you ignored the red light and started across only
; $ to be pinned down at the half-way mark with speeding traffic
i : 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. e
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 DaXef.
of Florida, the.. Florida. Press AJIO-
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Eight The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday, August S. 1917


Defers RulingOn i'at.ii"-": itended.. however, that
I/IKW! the servir.;; of liquor by the clubs
Liquor LicensesTALLAHASSEEC'ircuit constituted a sale whether or not

FPL EXPANSION PLANS any money was given directly as a
Judge consideration: for the service.
PROVIDE FOR 1'' \\'. May Walker Tuesday deferred -- ---

FLORIDA'S FUTURE a ruling on whether State State Rotary :Meet
4IJ. Beverage Director James T..oct'l-
GROWTH I le may cancel the liquor licensesof Scheduled For W P 15Wost
nine social and fraternal clubs

t1'Q which operate in dry Polk and ; Palm Beach has been selected -
!
r >oa Leon countie : as the site of the next dis-
. itk1r Attorney "or both sides presented -I trict Rotary convention. President
I arguments on petitions of ;, R. L. "Dick" Ray of the West
the clubs to restrain the beverage :| Palm Beach club announced :Mon-:
%! director from cancelling their per- I I day following his return from the

I mits. Temporary injunctions issued :1, Rotary District assembly at Vero
I cE'WeE010SED several weeks ago will stand Bt a\'h.
pending the judge's decision. I The convention is slated for
Vocelle has served notice that April. 194S. with the exact date. to
he will cancel the licenses undera be set later by the district governor. -
4a ia' a Supreme Court decision in a II Ray said the West Palm

Highlands: County case declaring: Beach bid was accepted over: that
WAR unconstitutional a 1935 law authorizing of the Hollywood delegation an.l
special liquor licenses for that an estimated 350 Rotarians
3e 40 '41 '46 r47 48 '49 to hona fide clubs to serve drinks to will meet from the district.
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Tripling of its electric generating plant cap:rit) since 1939 is depicted above as an objectiveof counties. People who talk about peace, as

Florida) Power and) Light Company's $85,000,000( () five-ear construction program. In January However the Polk and Leoncountv of they can guarantee it with

1940 the combined) capacity of all the company's plant* totaled 150,000 kilowatts. At I present the dubs maintain the: Supreme words probably do not know ho'-V
Court decision did not ap- delicately the scales are balanced
of the construction will
combined output ha* grown to 7UOW kilowatt Completion program
plv !specifically to them. bctwer.e war and peace.
puth this to 470,000 kilowatts. Their attorney also argued that -- -- .

they were not tiling; liquor under Custom: is often more binding;
their plan of operation but merelvervr.r than law: there are any number 0:
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> ; it to their guests an.l i! individuals! who violate; 1twif
t No intelligent man envies the
IWIIOKF.K IIEFKATN: NTl'AKT men1.*)' rsAt 'oca l'n:' pnnetinn that they would
Judge Newell To behavior of those who are less in- .
The I'ahokee Junior Legionair s 'r'vf...: the B>veiasre P'- ,'ti nil ( '11111.
Vacation In AugustJudge or.tmued their winning wc.y.3 telligent.
Wt dneMlay. July 30. at :Stuart df--

1-:. G. Newell has requested ; hating the host team 14 to 1. This ..
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Gox- Caldwell to appoint Cir- was the thud time this season r/rrp'N7/Q/Y--.w///
., : .f 1.1; f? r'7..1'
cuit Jurisc .Jo-.>ph S. White to handle that Pahokee has defeated the ./ .. 47' 14 tp.
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any criminal court matters f lJ<>y= from[ Stuait. The two team- i,-;....,.w--//pe; L .'
meet Satuiday at Pahokf, f"'.
which might aris:' in August inasmuch :
as Judge Newell: plans to bven. their! last game.

vacation during that tim-. X > Taylor on the mound foi' Paiokc. -
secular plea days have lx>.>n che.1-; 1ulod : .' .illiivieil! onlv one hit. \\aki!
for the month. Judge Newell lour, struck out ten. and nitv'

announced I Monday.An with a pitched ball. This was the! I i
act of th' last session tlf th. I sixth time this summer that lay r'r
Legislature permits the governor Jor has pone the route: he won five
to make such appointments of and lost one. Ho has batted 370
either circuit court or criminal in nine games. Thomas was behind -
court judgesJudge Newell said. the plate for the local team.
------ I Barr and Smith shared thnrit.'hin
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Despite the yearning for knowledge chores for Stuart They
we know of no movement on : allowed nine hits walked nim.
the part of pupils to persuade.authorities and struck out six. Mispel caughtfor

to open school earlier Stuart. i
than usual. I -- !

--- I Crop production inthe Unit OSAIDOURSTOCK

The reconstruction of western States is setting records; we .under -

Europe proceeds; without RUSSIA I I if the year will come that I OF MOULDINGS
IS LOW
because Russia proceeds without I Americans need food from other

western Europe. |! land

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

IF YOIT LIVE: MODERN IT UEQl'IKES I ings in stock at our yards. Some say they've been told: "Lindsley's .

I haven't enough moulding to stick in your eye." Well here's better
House
EquipmentOur use for that eye. An ""eyefull" what we have in quantities of

I inventoried in reserve-sleek Warehcuss
mouldings freshly our
toro ha< long been known as: the place topinvhae ,

a lin> of modern electric household o-n-l-y! Listing not including any of the large current quantities

equipment in the of llefrijrerators.; : Dose,
( { way : ;
stocks in 9 Read it and !
comprising our our yards. leap
Deep) Freeze units-Stoves and Hot Water Heater?.

ELECTRIC RANGES:
Wcichojse Kind of Warehouse:: Knd: of
Have you ever seen one of these Ultra Modern Inventory Moulding Inventory MouldingIV.
ELKCTUO-MASTKK; range: ? They are a* fine as 640,000 ft. Half Ed. Screen Mould 300.COO ft. ." Lat.'.cc

any offered on the market at the price. 320,000 ft. Flat Screen Mould 714,120 ft. Base Shoe

They sell at . $:! :!.;)0SEPCO I 265,803. I'.V A.B. Plaster Mould 131.238 ft. 1"x2" Screen Stock

I Trim 18,880 ft. 1"x3" Screen Stock
: WATER HEATERS
i 127.900 ft. 1'.' Type "K" (3 Bead) 27.264 ft. Window Stool
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0
Tho-e quick heatinjr) l'I1t.wah'r{ il'ater'5; Ceding
the home with hot water 9,200 ft. Drip Cap
gallon cajMcity. Provide
ft. "D" Plaster Bev. Base
62,860
Type 21'000
\\hene\er wantetl. and are economical in opt> : tion. ft. 1 ?4" Bed Mould!
) 84,496 ft. 2"Type;; "L" Casing 7.000: ft. 1 ?4" Crown Mould
:Sale: price _. $11..00HEEl' ; 98,644 ft. 2"x2" Baluster Stock
"
ft. 3s' Crown Mould
4.950 (
ft.4M Cove Mould
TREE/I HONES: 70,360
62,000 ft.2" Quarter-Round 3.840 ft. 54" Crown Mould
Tho-e Amana deep frt't'zingunit*. ;30 cubic
174.870 ft. J4ft Quarter-Round 31.028 ft. Blind Stop
foot capacityill provide you with food freezingthe ; 64,760 ft. 1',," O. G. Stops 25,000 ft. 1V Half Round

year rout' 1. Meats" fruit: and vegetables: re I 450.670 ft. 1 J ," O. G. Stops 20,000 ft. ls 4" Half Round

main, fn'.-h. nutritive and retain their ta.<" tines>. i, 459.110 ft. P." O. G. Stops 50.000 ft. Porting Bead

Sale I'rive SliJKl.OtlSCHWINN I !): ) 272,600 ft. I' ." Lattice 1C.OOO ft. 1J." Full Round
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151CYCLES. Several Mouldings Price As Low As 2'/2C Ft.
> .illt''t now have
Whyalk \\ 't'n,11I' can
those Schuinn i i'uilt bicycle the i"y i of even
.. I Il.:i1)I Are \Vell Machined
owner. All ;!'v\e: .-rie Trice Lindsley Mouldings

i\: IHO REP: .MRS; from Dry Unifor Perfect StockiV.,1

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.:, ,! ..' : : : r'. .' I :; :t"e'n.:;: : QUALITY BUILDING_ MATERIALS AT LINDSLEY'S ""."".l: .".', \

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