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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 15, 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: UF00079910:00295
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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i\ugust15,19.t7 PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT By PAUL RARDINCIRCULATING



THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY






I SRD GETS BIDS AUG. 28 ::I OPERATIONSBy RECENT I (PHONE SERVICE{ PROBE '






ON P-BG RETREAD JOBOn I i iI Paul Rardm___--I II TO BE STARTED SOON


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Thursday August 28. th? Back On The Job For
The schedule
i investigation into

State Road Department will receive ; County ProgressCelebration Another Year, I Hope! Huge Building Job j Southern Bell Telephone Com
bids for retreading the roal:
pany's inadequate and mef finer:
between Pahokee and Belle Glade, Will In I
) With the vacation idea out ofI Northmoor Area service in the Lake Okerchob"

according to County Commissioner I -mind I am ready for another year Region will get under way within

Paul Raisin who has been Be Held Labor DayIf |i I of toil. I have nothing exciting City BelleGlade the next few days, cording to a

working with the SRD for two [ to report in regard to a little rest letter received by the publisher of

years in an effort to work out i j and fishing. I caught my share this newspaper from W. f'. Gir-

plans for the work. Work will in plans work out Monday, Sept. j'I 'of bass after an interim of six Walter Hooker and Luther man director of the communications -

all probability get started within 1. (Labor Day) will be a big day-I] 'f'al's. However the old plug was i ijtl..t Jones operating as the HookerI I ] department of the Florida
30 after the contract is let, to handle it
days as easy as was Railroad and Public Utilities Commission
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in the Lake Okeechobee section of : Jones I
officials of the SRD said. that last time I fished in 1941. Company in Belle Glade in Tallahassee
Palm Beach county, according to
Actual retreading will start two an announcement by Ralph Blank I have an enormous bi ilding I'rn-I Under date of August 1. Mr

Mocks beyond the bridge in Belle! I of the Resources DevelopmentBoard. Fields Tasty Sandwich Shop :in gram: under way in :Northmoor I
Glade, continue on to ahokee, Pahokee is open after being" closed Gardens in Belle Glade The Sub1: 1 here for the investigation within

through the city to the Stuckey :Mr Blank has appointed a committee for the summer while the folks division is on the right asn" ;, 1 ten day >. Since receipt of that

railroad crossing where Vann'r; i to work out plan for an vacationed Regularly on the approaches Belle Glade from Pahokee 1 letter. Chairman \\'. B Douglas ..nfthe
packing house is being erected. I "All morning menu now is an item that 1 Railroad Commission died suddenlv -
County Progress; Celt>braUon"
City officials of Pahokee working I to be" held at some spot in the is Jainingw1l1(' favor--bi!'cuit* Eight 2-apartment units" are well The chairman's sudden

with Commissioner Rardin prevailed 'Everglades. Tonight the committee hot and fluffy each morning.. So. I along toward completion and 19 of i death has caused Air Girtman to

upon SRD officials to continue I will meet in the RDB offices in-I yesterday morning: I carried mv 24 two and three bedroom houss alter his plans and the investigation -

retread operations through the Vest Palm Beach to perfect plans I bottle of Georgia cane syrup with I|I are already completed. Four of the.1|j will get under way a few' da:'slater
city limits and this request has me. I won't tell you how many
and select a location for the big 24 houses are out in the Chosen 1 than he anticipated
been granted. doings.A biscuits disappeared while I was area. The Resources DevelopmentBoard

Retread work is a fast operatio big barbecue and all the trimmings there. Elegant eatin' is what I call The spot now known as North1 1 has joined in the fight ti>

and the road should be completed is on the schedule and other it. moor Gardens will be well drained i make the Southern Bell Company

before heavy hauling starts dur- entertainment will be worked out Workmen are rushing work on with a system of ditches: and aspecially ]riavid\ b tter service in the Lake
ing the fall season. One way..traffic installed which by the committee. pump
W. H. Vann's packing house at the
is maintained at all times during The announcement of the proposed railroad crossing between Paho- will pump the water under the I|
retreading operations since celebration has attracted attention Frameworkis state highway into a canal. The kee and Canal Point.
one-half of the road is retreaded at will be installed the 1 bringing the phone into
of civic minded people going up rather fast. Plants", pump shortly company
a time. from all sections of the county.It call for completion of the new I I I builders said. The foundation Is 'line where a more adequate service -
Building roads in the Evergladesis and the culvert is' will be available to this area.
is a civic movement for betterment packing plant in time to take care already poured
a problem. Since the 10th day the highway installation For the past! several months
of the entire county with of the fall vegetable deal The through so
of June--more than 60 days--road one idea in mind meeting and (:j work is being done under the able of the pump will be a small j ji management of the phone company
building has been at a standstillbecause I has been making to subscribers -
getting acquainted with your direction of G. W Byrd. job. I II"lrgt' promises
of excessive rains. It looks '
neighbor. I exhaust fans, will be in- in this section of the
like what roads to be built
are Raymond Christian" at Christian" stalled in each apartment in the county Telephone company trucks.
will have to be built during the . I
Pahokee have been numerous in this immediate -
j i Chevrolet in announces duplexes: it was pointed out. The:
farming season in winter becauseof | that Angus Miller of Canal Point apartments are of concrete con- area for the past few

heavy summer-.rainfall...-- Funeral Held For : has been named head of the service stiuction throughoutith concrete f I weeks' so. it begins to look like

1 I department Mr. Miller recently joists and glazed: tile) floors. The the phone company is making an

State Attorney Is MilfordBrooksFuneral j withdrew from the partnership luilding* are fully termite and rot effort to give betterr\
Lions Club !' of Miller and Parker in Canal proof. II would t
SpeakerPhil j I Point. Mr Parker .Dodo to his Each of the apartments has tw > **,ion for betterment of Glades'

services for Milfordi friend is still" oPf"ratingtht" Canal bedrooms. living room. kitehep. phone service For years it has

O'Connell of West Palr i I Point concern in the buiJdinccul'i..d dinette and bath They will be'tented : been inadequate and inefficient.
I i Brooks 69. of Canal Point were !
Beach state attorney, was guest ] by the Farm Machinery Maybe the next: few months will
'. (\ under! riling; price it waspointed :
;: hald at the chapel flf Berry ;
speaker at the Tuesday luncheon I '
: 'Funeral Wedsdav 1 and Supply Company. out hv the builders bring a change-
I Home Pahokee
in -
meeting of the Lions Club. introduced j jai-- When Mr Girtman of the -
:Northmoor
Gard g addition to
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projgram n afternoon Aug.
A. Q. How-ell
by road Commission" rolls on you Iiregard
Belle) Glade 19 ft sub-division of
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Ht'Illiam T. Blair. or
chairman. Mr. O'Connell'(' pastor Do You Wanna Be
the kind of service
to yenhave
W"tu h nty"oulo1 be proud ;
the Canal Point Methodist Churchofficiating : any_
gave a talk on "Communism. i don't !*-
A Radio Announcer? I -- --- - Un rt-reiving.
The need of better fire fighting;
afraid to tell him in no uncertain
equipment for the city of Pahoke- Mr. Brooks died at the Pahokee How wouldou like to be a Lions Promise Aid wonls exactly what v.m have liren
hospital on Monday; following along
was aired at the meeting; in a discushion radio annum'f'r'ho know-. paving for and what you have
led by Malcolm Millar Atthe illre,.. He was a retired your voice might be jut right fr been receiving With an honest
paint, r and a native of Clyde. For Hospital Fund
conclusion of the discussion .
.smhork Maybe a little pra.- and straight forward report from
President F.d\\ard A. Jensen appointed Kans tice would change your s ap I you the phone us*r. the state Ijoard.tn
Survivors inclade a von. Cleo .*.. ; .
M Elliott. 1 .
Jess
lalpatanl.y "= voice to a smooth. vel\ t\ .. f f what wear
RnOks.nal: Point: a sister.Mrs (scratchy I'.th..k.'" I.. s ..t 'h. t' T'.des': < ; pet; a true picture
and AI Driggcrs on a committee and purring one that would tw r\- I ]jl.n'r. I' r v.. ling list: we..k wentor up against in regard to phone
to make a study of the situation Lattie IVnraan. inglewond.I$ I .
for ra'h.tannounemc.
needed
whit is -
actly w rvi'J "
Calif and a brother PM'dnckBrtxtks I : rt "rd in prr>rti-ng th R tarvbarking
and make a report on their ---
of California.Pallbearers t'hio) t1- :r f :II I..f", rat:"n s'i
findings; If you are mtivtp w*' suggest'' .
James A. Stafford, new veteran'rer'ice were l> L. Hook*. F. in th. forthcoming; r'a'a- ois :Mortran Slo vlyIntprove
: that you get in touch with young; paicn t<> raise funds for the c' .i-<
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officer for the Glides are M Wiln.. I). D Friend. W A : I
Tc'm'at! Baker.V.. S. Brandon and T. WEnr.is stniction of a new hospital biii':';-
wast'k..mt..1 as a new" club men Burial wa at the Port WSWN: at Belle Glade 1 He i* getting ; mp to serve the f'ahf.k.-C".11

1"'r. ; ready to put WSWN: on th" :' POInt, area It wa announ'ed ee .-. I I.. ;M n.a" di .> t.h'r "f
- Mavai C rf ter\
air within the next few we-ksWSWN I i the meeting; that! the Rotary ri""I', P'd I . < '\ <. ,,-l 1 Mrs AI I'H.atM

Mr and Mrs Eos-coe: Stores and ---- studies are located upstairs I 1 officiallv will !., in charjje! of t1"'. rlo:.* -t I'k. .e :.* !-l") .1Ao1\l m-

rieco. U.lhe :Nell Stoke hay<- in the new ,earbnrnughbuilding :, hospital building campaign dove rrTIK *' '*.'. **i :Mnrhospital!

-:o\ed frt-m Kr\int: to Clowistoi Labor Dav DanceAt on Avnue .\. Go band I iti-th all' other civic and fraternalj in U.t! Palm Beach from _v. *

where Mr Stokes has asume,l hi.itie ... ,s-e the voting radio< impressari'Maybe j i rgamzation.: of the two "tmnmn- injun<'s .'II"alnf"1 12 .. >
''.: as supervisor .,f the Ui** e Elk Hall several: lo .
well be r-oanrp .
k
,, ties .Xi..t..1 t<> parti" ipat*. tf" :fc".n: an aiit wre
ird Bire Beach pU"ta-ons of fie I'al'iCf'9 on thr new, sttti'-n wh.'nit ', Gi4"-t. speaker wa P.D. n fl' r'.. hwa"hit..f Uorgt

western division of the I" S SusaCorporation "1'1-I.. > t K: a-'d P'n ; takes to the air : P----a-h.q t..1) h"JiTr:.m\"f\r\ .:1 ..v''r.!..1' thath.. I" imFI"a'v

He has been as...oo.. Mar! !.. : P.):t '") IT a iieetirc: ,11 - - --- -- j I'I ."srv'r...- :"., fe :N-ir East ha, .' .. bu' her :*..p'ris wen

.,t.,d with the eastern division ,'* the \\..nxn..h: -...'tse la..t week Mr B Elliott!! Aid ildrer) have .l..t.t!:.: t..J t..e '" t. i.-.g. ..f. t....Pi tr..+! -eteral) n..r.. xeeka c,1

":e t'SSC for the past 25: yearMr -. announced plan for I'iIX'n..nnn' a n-tum.l fri a ya- .it.->*: at t aJcJunab.ska >- i I lahte11r vitaAt: ...n *. :II t-, -... .-...r

and Mrs Stokes moved fronS'arke. hug Lagos Day dane at the Elk' :''tr..! Afc.\ill-. N <' ; -- .- .., ....*. ear hr r..tljrr..J t

Fla to Hr ':\r.t tht'DZ.l- Hall on Sept 1 They wert ..t. .-..:-"pan.ed <>n tn1.r 1 \ Q. H"well 4' ,..mpaa'-1. ." ., Pa..k_

earl in 1924I.HJIS : .\ popular .rxrnstra from an tnp to North Carolina by Mr H I hMira fr-ngg* wad UarIle:- - --- --

-- F.a..ct4st resort mill be import t-i D Field. Jr of Ja<'k! anv:lie ar.i en IIo..ka ar<1 ii.. Ncr.ka' bnu8P V -. Aorta .,fl"aor'tb r

and Jon Pope are expect.'i: tie f::rr.h! music for the affair. C'. : Mm Dem Taw ma of West Pain truest Leta VlrDoweil of Blake :. p. i."U ft vlatM her

to return this week from Chimy II. *A>t >er.r.gt.n. Jr.. chairman c5 t Beat Miss Patsy Elliott *tof>pr ii Ga and Autrev P 4ttr rf :ewe an, . . 0- V- tr c' I

"* iUvk. :N C where the> taret.r the house! c,mmitte will ttn i i at Jacknrvl! for A vsit uf ev- l'nre Riehy .. ..1c'a.. ,'_'{ 1Jr.....,.-,.!1 .r r-s.e-- ...... sear

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Page Two The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Fridav_ August. 15 1947


THE EVERGLADES NEWS i I Chastain GriffiesMr. 'I Hazel Chancy Has

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Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region and Mrs. James Stanton Birthday PartyHazel

Established 1924 Published E.enFrida". !; I Chastain of Pahokee announce the .
Chanecelebrah'J
her
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Ad-ance' engagement of their daughter
I Miss Eleanor Chastain. to Clyde P. eleventh birthday anniversary at a
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn A Grif's. Jr.. son of Mr. and party given by her mother. Mrs.
farm Frank Chaney. at their home on
Canal Point. Florida as Second Class Matter east of Clyde Griffies of Rome. Ga. lr5'1'
Bacom Point Road Friday afte--
I Miss Chastain attended .
Paul Ilardin Owner Editor Publisher br Sunday ok.: High School and graduated from | noon.
Refreshments of ice cream. cane:
Shorter College in Rome on June |
of :\
and punch were served by the hos
"Pigs Is Pigs" :2 of this year. i
deep : tess. Indoor games were enjoyedand ;
,. Having enjoyed the previous summer at a farm in the despite Mr. Griffies attended the Rom? : a contest prize was won by
High School and served for three
Country, Lawyer Jones wrote to the farmer, requesting the j of Mr. years in the Armwith the 32rd Evelyn Vann. Other guests were
accommodations for the month of child I Beverly Pitts. Barbara Miller Fay
same August. "But, he canal. Infantry Div.. in the southwest Pacific -
added in his letter "I wish you'd the Mackey. Judy Knight Barbara
move pig-pen. It was theatre. He received a division .
right under my window last year and was most obnoxious." : Presidential citation a unit c-- j Vertommen. Arlene R.1neri.I.u.
Jones received the farmer's reply, assuring him of the had tation and the Bronze Star medal: lene Johnson. Bryan Johnson. Roger -,
Jaudon. B r e n d a Johnson
same accommodations, and added this explanation: "As to Friend with one oak leaf cluster. He is Charles Marshall. Donald Pickett
that there don't let \Ve ain't had now associated with the SouthernBell
pig-pen, that worry you. no out to Sarlyn Jean Bennett. Sandra
hogs on this farm since you left last summer.-Glades the Telephone Company. Smith. Carolyn Chaney and Virginia
Plans are being made for an
County Democrat. Marshall.John .
October wedding.Mr. .
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and :\ T .Pickett. Jr.. has returned -
With Love And Kisses
turned and Mrs. Ralph Grimes and ; from Jacksonville where he
"May I have this check cashed please?" asked the young ed into daughter. Rebecca accompaniedby joined Sea Scouts from four stateson

woman f the paying teller. child Mrs. Grimes' mother, Mrs. C. a week's cruise originatingfrom
"Of course, madam," the teller replied. "Just endorse it negro A. Shive. returned this week froma the naval base there. He also -
please." the I visit with relatives in Texas and spent a week with relatives in

"Must I endorse it?" she asked, apparently puzzled. "I'm water Oklahoma and a tour of the Western Jacksonville before returning

Mrs. Smith, you know. 'My husband is out of the city and nearby States. home.
mailed the check to me." water
of .
"Yet, it must be endorsed. Sign it on the back, please, and turned
Mr. Smith will know we paid it to you." it was
Mrs. Smith took her pen from her purse and passed the when !i ----I
check back to the teller endorsed: "Your devoted wife, An :

Ethel.-C. & O. Tracks. Beach I t rI I
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Coincidental SimilarityGolfer ler his
After
: Well, caddy, how do you like my game? located :

County Boy: News.Persistence I guess. it's all right. But I still prefer golf.-Collier p.through m. : A Servant of the Glades

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and zoni. I ToMiami:
The elderly lady felt she was being cheated on the fare visit 4 Buses
and was arguing with the driver. "Don't try to tell me my cation To West Palm Beach
good fellow she declared loftily. "You know, I haven't been I
Ii si!'!' Daily To Ft :Myers & Lakeland
riding in taxis for ten years for nothing." "Maybe not" re- ;

plied the taxi driver sarcastically, "hut I'll bet it wasn't because ents.

you didn't tr '."-Harrisonburg, Va., Rotargraph.Mrs. II; a I
I Glades Motor Lines, Inc.
brook
Joe Tom Boynton and' Mr. and Mrs. Roland Weekly
children have returned from a visit 1: and children Sandra and Ashlyn. The II I- "
Funeral I SERVING THE GLADES"I
with her mother, Mrs. Ruth \\'edg- 'of Decatur. Ga.. are visiting their
worth in Fort Lauderdale. Joe 'I nieces. Mrs. Alma Farrow and day for I
ial. :\
Tom is working for the West Palm j| Miss Lucille Williams in Pahoke C'I I
,Beach Indians baseball club thjp i j this week. panied
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summer. t .
---- -- ---- I,I Mr. and Mrs. Carmen Salvatore. !i I
Mrs. A. F. Rogers left this week i j I Sr., had as guests the past week \
for a visit with her daughter Mrs. !!| Carmen Scoppoulo of Newark I
Nellie Woods, in Fort Pierce. ,IN. J. Miss
of Mr.

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I Lake Fishing Is home a



! : Reported Good with th. AttentionCattlemen


Right here at our back door i is one of the finest
black bass fishing waters in the world. Yet, how ers
I I few of our citizens take.time to learn how to fish The
i for those game bronze backs? No past time :'0j' white
I facinating especially when you get hold of a inserts

i, !i fighting whopper. strand Around Our laboratories have turned out

i ; Got To Have Equipment? I corsage She something new for stock, and on

High trails it has proven most successful,
JI But before you can catch fish of any kind you ha.
I and it'a made especially for Ever-
I I must have the equipment, and get the hang cf Kahn's

s I' handling the outfit, and know the haunts of the kee.Mr.. glades use.
I I water denizens.
I High

;i Our sporting goods department is now about 'I j months months It will he known as EVERGLADES
i on a par to the high pre-war standard and we 'I'
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I can supply you with most equipment, for hunting rtfic RXGEIIXERAL: SALT.
i and fishing. i j the
| ed with
. 1 Licht
RODS BAITS i,I Mr : This is a special I mixture of bal-

their anced mineral salts and comes in 100
Ocean Citv Senrods. Lines, Eger. Heden. Creek \ in: I
, Reels, and Casting Rods. Chubs Jiggs! Bay Porka I pound bags.Ve invite you to give it

. large assortment Rind Bait POT".*. I ITIJ. ': a trial and watch the wonderful improvement

Have you seen that new famed Shake-pore 1 terd! in your stock.

; Pl'LA ('a..tingIll i ? The slickest: piece of s-pyHT, !
fishing: equipment that has hit the market. Pr'.
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We also have "I'nhof ammunition on hand for :ir. '. Ir; !
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your hunting apt'<. Peters and Ren::n\r! >v. : '.ule.pduel. M-* .\
!! Tr.U--:- 'r.'

J--\-h t.--J KILGORE SEED CO.

MrO :
: BETZNEIIS'THE \. ,- !. BRED-RITE: SEEDS(


HARDWARE STORE .tr Mr i --! Pahokee. Fia. Phone :;5201ORIGINAL

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,: Speed the nation's mama to get there quicker, or beat the
: other fellow to it, is our greatest menace of the highways.

._.. One out of three accidents are caused by unsafe speeding. *
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Auto traffic accident fatalities are increasing at an alarm-,
'ing rate. In Florida 561 people were killed in the first ten>
months of 1946. This is an increase of 22% over a like period!
Mr. Pedestrian- in 1945. In that year there were 641 fatalities of which 195,
------ or 34% were pedestrians.

]jr WALK SAFELY It's high time for every person who sits behind a wheel to
tar take this matter personally.! There are definite speed limits
LIVE in Florida based on traffic and population conditions. These
LONGER laws are made to be obeyed and will be enforced by our

Lj 1 \ State and local Police Forces.

Florida is out to reduce death and maiming from auto
("' mobile accidents. Your part is to cooperate by driving within

safe speed limits at all times.--..And..- remember pedestriansCROSS
rights too}!
CROSS AT CROSSINGS _
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WAIT-CROSS WITH LIGHT .
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BEHIND PARKED CARS I --
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ON HIGHWAYS ALWAYS
FACING TRAFFIC

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Page Four The Everglades Xex\s Canal Point Florida Friday August 13: 19:"


v:ork r, ''r a fit<: :11! !' '-\eof t1IK -.., :Mrser"i: Elirbie has gone t'1 Linda Sellers celebrated her H. L. Carter. night operator it
Water Control Is JtL' Panama Citfor a two weeks eighth birthday anniversary at a the Pahokee-Canal Point FKCL

A i"'> npl-te\ water control pro visit with her son-in-law and party given bher mother, :\lrs.: > working at the FEe station :.i

Glades No. 1 Job \ SITU that can 'fficientlhind1' daughter. Lt. and :Mrs: James Edward Terry Sel'er at their home o\ Hastings until Oct. 1 when he \\'l!
s.dwitt'r: >rs in wet years and pr.)- Morn i \\' d:1f"stiay" afternoon of last \\eel leturn this regular duties here

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tut the rich: miiLklind from ox'- --. : ------ ---

Ralph J. B'ank! < hairm:ir> of th'' d.ttl.'n in dry scars and at ti' Wallace 1--:. Pope spent the past Principal and Mrs.:: D. D. Ciudi land Mrs Byron Todd a former Pa-

Palm Boat County Rt !oun.''.-. s:un< tune sitisfthe' d;mardf wtek with relatives in Louisian : son. Joe ''yd. returned last hoket resident now living in D".-

Development Bond. listed water navigation .rtmstill r'xjun'" and accompanied: home this wetk fro-n a summer vacation ray Btith is a patient at Geed

tortrol as the number one RUB million:' uf dollirbut i* necessa.'v wetk bhis wife who has bet>;i spent in JaiksoTvilIe Bo\nto. amartan Hospital: in \\\,:, PilnBe :

project for this area in a talk at fIr the tuluii' welfare >.f this me i. visiting; there most flf the lImnh'I' Beach and Rest Palm Bt>al'h. :ii'h.
the Thursday: luncheon nut ting >f 1. !'ui r
th' Pahokt' Ii(}tary Club Ht .\:-: chairman of the Palm B,'an'
wtt-k tunt lard Cities Disaster: Relief

The sp(aker said an HUB C..mmIUlr.. Blank told of pre- I I
nimiU '" '.itu nbe relief committee was
*>p<'iiil water control < > I :ii
:1nehding representatives from tr.' making/ f>r any emergency that
Port of Palm Beach and the Everglades might arise in the countand 11;- :
WE'RE SPEAKING iP! SOON
Drainage District i> now pounced H.I.Clun'I that have L.. I.been... Stnckcx appointed; and O.in !]

charge of relief activities in this

NOTICE: or ..tPPI.ll'tTIOFOIL |'I area. i .
T\\ IIFI.11 Thadd \\hidUr and Jack Philips : e
(Chapter 11717, .Iris of 1911. (' >tT |I
, 2iMu8; \rts ol 1911) 'I' were welcomed as new members I
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That club President OrnBa II
of the
of E>eixladeR Drainage District.arch Tax Corp,Ortllicates purcha.s ,'on pl'esided. I This HustlingBustling: Everglades Regioni

Dramas and tax lien District for ha taxes filed of said E\'t'rlllad drainage ; s- I; Prior to the Rotary luncheon i is "Speaking: Up" with a 1 o00< \Yatt Voice Come
certificates antI tax Hens Mr Blank met with local RDB
for!: taxes tax sale of Exergladess Drainage made District - members at a breakfa: business I September-Center of the Dial on 900 Kilo
office and has application
In my for deed to issue In accordance I'! meeting in Fra'jre cafe At this\
with law The certificate and 1 I meeting also water control" was I cycles.
lien numbers, and dates of Issuance
the description of the property andthe 'i the chief topic of discussion but r

follows names. In which assessed are us 1 "go<)d farm roads for the Gladesales" : Want to get the best Air-Time we have for
Certificate No SOS Date of Issuance i were also stressed b\..' Blank.
July 2nd. A D. 1945 | _- the Program Your Business Will Sponsor?
Certificate No 466. Date of Issuance! I I
July IAD. 1946 Plan ForC. We're So information
Certificate No. 444 Date of Issuance \ Discuss Programming: Now- write for -

June 2. A D of 1947Description Propertv. Tracts 21 P. Incorporation or better yet, come in to see us.
and 22 Plook 25. Palm Beach Farms I
Company Plat No 3 as In P. B. 2, -
Tentative plans for incorporating
Pits 45 to 54 Inc
Certificate No. 509.. Date of Issuance the town of Canal Point were And If You'd like to try out for a Job as
July 2nd. A. D. 194>
of Canal
members
Certificate No 467 Date of IssuanceJolt discussed by
IAD 1946 I Point Legion Post J42 at a meeting {\ Radio announcer, we hold auditions any time.
Certificate No 4-15, Date of Issuance
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in the Thomas building
June 2. \. D. 1947
Description of Propertv Tract 35. I week It was pointed out at taemeeting : i I

BlocK Plat 25. Palm No. 3 Beach as In P.Farms B. 2.Company Pg>-. ', : that the t population of .
45 to 54 Inc I'Canal Point has increased considerably -
The said land beln" assessed at the the fewe ranl
date of the issuance of such drainage in past
tax certificate In the name of Miami the civic aftairs of the commun:t\
Ml of said Radio Station WSWN
being Production In the Asso County of Palm property Beach.State could tIe conducted much more et-
of Florida Unless said drainagetax fuientlif the towneie incOl p-
certificate or certificates. drainagetax !
lien or drainage tax liens shall :w orated SEMINOLE: BROADCASTING COMPANY:
redeem. **! according to law. deed will \\'. P. Pope: Felix Slomker and
i. !," id thereon on the l-t day of
Tom Fnnis were appointed on a
September 1947Witness Scarborough Building Belle Glade
my official signature and omrnitt,'e to work with other
eat this the 29th day of Jul>". A. D.
1947 civic groups in a study of the feasibiliH One Thousand Watts One Hundred Thousand Friends'
J. ALEX ARNE1'TF Clerkof of the plan for incorporating : ,
the Circuit Court of the town. FIUUIS Cro-..... J-.
Palm Beach CountFlorid. :!
Circuit Court Seal Presided in the abserctof Com
Pub Vit 1. 8. 15 A. 22 :
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August 15, 1947 The Everglades News Canal: Point: Florida Pag Five

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Veterans Urged To c ;, entered law school at the Umv erit" -. 'Quite a number of veterans Road Department for 15 jear- Ht and scns. accompanied by Sirs.Fountain .
File Leave Claims : of SI'ami.: hive delayed this matter. and the served in the Navy for three years '''' mother Sir*. Pauline

t -- The service office will he locate' filing period is about to expire during the war with overseas dut-. Rice are spending a month's vacation -

Appo.ntmcnt: of James A. Staf- at the City Hall in Pahokee o-:1 Stafford obt'r"ed.uThis;; terminal: in the South Pacific. with relatives in North Cat-
ford Veteran Service Officer for :Mr: and :Mrs: Hall are nowat ohra and Kentucky.
Tuesdays. Thursdays and Satu--: I leave application means cash;; to I their home ir Tampa.
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ehzible teran;;;, if they apply be' -.- :Sir: andIr:: I. S. Guthrie and
Beach County was announced last in Belle Glade on ::\tondays."e1.- -
week by H L.. Speer chairman of resdavs and Frida\s Telephone s: fore September 1. Mrs Seth Roberts has returned granddaughter; Slan.'.a Jean. are
the Veterans Service Committee for the service office are 357 n I Those wishing to file terminal home from a v.sit of several week \peited t,> i etui K !:i>me this
for this art.a. Pahokee and 146 in Belle Glade leave claims should bring copies with relative in Panama City a :.1Sk weekend fr, n. a two. vv.eksis.t
of their service discharge. an.1o
>cumb. Ala.
Staffordsignf'd as Assistant "orld"ar veterans who ha\0' with relatives Gt-'tgia
.. "- !:e ":ho served with the Navy
Director of the Florida Department not yet filed claims fo" : :._ j 1
,hould also bring of
of Veterans Affairs in orderto leave have onlvM September 1 copies ,
XAVPERs Form 553 to the se-- -
accept his new p st He su- to submit their applications ai- vice office It

Stafford pointed out tha it. although SOMETHING NEW

-" ..,."--. Congress recently authorized _
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cash redemption-', mnin
PRINCE THEATRE Sfntenber 1of bonds now held HAS BEEN ADDED
bv veterans no specific instruction -
on caching the bonds have
SundayIondayugusst: 17 and 18 teen rect \'ed.'ht'n such info'- AT HERMAN'S RADIO &
maticn is receued it will be made 'i
available' immediately veterans ''I I II
ELECTRIC SHOP
in this area he stated
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Hall Tcaslev "I ALL TYPES OF REFRIGERATOR I.I:

::: AND MOTOR:
REPAIR BY
::\larIordoff:: of Pahokee.daughterof :1 '

A.I :Sirs: :Mary: J, Teasleyand I.. ROY\,.:\t TZ: 1<:
the late John A Teasley: of
Haitwell. Ga.. and Ben F. Hall son .'
Graduate of
Bailey's Refritro'ationand
.,f Washington Hall and the late

I { >a to do ::\lrs.1:: a Elizabeth Hall of La- Electric School in St. Louis.
lar
Belle. married at the
were pirsonage :
IUS" out
...turn E of the First :Methodist: Cmrrh
...to ma&a in Tampa on Sitmdav: Aug 2.1 j I FOR SERVICE CALL
with the Rev E. J, Pend*>rgrass ofj j(
you 5 a 4rr fjcia tmg. \ Day 4281! Night t 4252

The bride wore a light: blue tires' I

with 'vbite Tssones: and a cojsaee II Aug 1-S-15-:'!
: of x':hit" earn"tioos.She I
received her high school :
f n .duration at Hartwell and i* a I
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a .. ' T:"'.'*ate rf Anderson Hospita'
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Bjrril ChIles' I.Tm! 11m 'In" : Anderson. S. C For the past three

CAESflVSKY-CANE- PRINCE-KILIE8-FORD -. years she has been a member of '
the nurses' staff at the Everglidos:
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f y.yyWIN.P 6neRIwtrsMr "josMCAOYWnt .n..u/AS.DL: y j REMINDERSFOR
. M, oral Hospital. Pahokeo
L .. y.- - .w 1
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w :\T' Hall J'(' 'tixed his t'd1watl1
at the LaBelle High School ai'! ,

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I I any romance it will te: the strong:: !|!'Hospital

Cinematic Chatter II he-man type. I' Cost Is

Such will be the case when

" By Malcolm Millar I "Dead Reckoning" makes it boN I I Cause Of Increase

I on the screen of the Prince

You always know that when you I IRe Theatre, this coming Sunday- for.- : CRE MERY CO. Jf

a picture that stars Humphrey day, with Humphrey in the stai -- In Glades MillageMillage

Bogart, you are going to see ::L..J i ring role and Lizabeth Scott as ''I'II :I '

show loaded with action and, if his leading lady. I rJJJJ111f
I levies based on assessed
j The clever supporting cast is '
I, made up of Morris Charnovsky, I' evaluations of property in various .

CHIROPRACTORWEST : Charles Cane, William Prince, districts of the county were approved -

Marvin Miller and Wallace Ford, I by the County Commission -
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WON, PALM WED. and BEACH FRI I'I' to say nothing of many other Monday afternoon.All -
BELLE GLADE I I It''t''se' characters in the story, dIstricts showed increasesover : ea' TAxL A BaLA1ua
THUKS and SAT
TCES. I j I handled by expert players. the 1946-47 figure and the
DR. E. S. JONES I According to the story written highest raises were in the Glades \ Lta

Suite 301-02 Comeau Bid*. by John Cromwell, Bogart as a areas, accounted for by the increase t11
Phone 3650 West Palm Beach Fl* I hard-bitten paratroop officer, returns for the Western Palm

to the States to receive an .
Beach Hospital District levy, ..
- - -- award for his combat record. which is 3.75 mills higher than ... ..... .......&......

CHILLS ft FEVER When William Prince, his buddy, last year, John Prince, commission ... -.--. 01-" _. ..-- '-"
disappears from their train. Bo- I -,..-.I.- ...a e4 ........Nt
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chairman, explained.The .
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DUE TO MALARIA gart is plunged into a nightmare f"
i I Pahokee-Belle Glade area I ...d rp
of murder shootings and slug- _
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RELIEVED '' I I levy this year is 33.87 as comparedto ..A.to ,..'>
gings. > p ft ttuauii*
30.11 last year, an increase d ... .-- "'" e4 11. 4upUrtM cwt Alto
I He tanglesth Carnov ky.an ....et" &)* > and uk lot
BY- .,666 unsurpulous character, and with 3.6 mills The same is true in ,,....... 4 "f' .. .nD WM ol UK *uy
which t.Pr Alter tw *m faeKtd
the Canal Point district saw 0 Nk
Cam u.w.a'In' I gorilla I Marvin Miller; and is entangled Or .
an increase of 4.01 mills in next ..-.a". l' .. ...
by the alluring Miss Scot I ........wo-
I Ijears I If'\",". also traceable to the .. 9 'Of '
That in essence, is a bare outlineof '
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::2}' :' 1.? the plot of the piece But itdl'sn't increased hospital levy. The It'i' i I 4.l ...... '-' "f"#. .;..........
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begin to convey its terse there is 29.87 for year as .. ...-ft. .. .....
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2586 mills for last ,..
M#.N <:'ivr: ttvrr t ? ) and hard-bitten quality the racylines against year .."
the record shows
KAC1 A MllTAXC! -- -< and the acting suspense.The .
Levies for other localities in the
CERTMK'LV! COULCN' A > I supurb cast, the masterful
\ characterizations the showman- county according to the list are:
8E.=.N \-=..." .:.C :-rR\Q is with the Lake Palk, Riviera and "'t'5t
hike direction together
Palm Beach and Palm Beach northof
er-to-be-forgotten story, make
Southern Boulevard 28.87
"Dead Reckoning" one of the outstanding -
mills for this year as compared to
pieces of stage and filM
28.36 for last year, a raise of .51 j jmills
drama of the Year. I
I am sure not one customer will I I i BELLE GLADE I'HONE :20
Palm Beach and't"st PaIn
regret his evening at the cinema,
if he takes in "Dead Reckoning" Beach south of Southern
Sunday or Monday. vard-2667 mills for this >"Boule-I I I PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERS

against 25.76 mills for ,
I know it will be Dead Reckoning -
increased millape of .91 mills.Jupiter .
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on my part to close with
---30.17 mills for this yea:'

I I See you-at the. -movit"slaJ.- as compared to 28.91 for last yeara e.."ss.A.s A".s A"..A....".s.A.s"A.s"A.s A.ss"A.ssss A".."A.s.A.s.A ss.A.s A".."A.s A".s A..4.A.s A..s.:.

raise of 1.26 mills
Mrs. Pitts Presents Lake "orth-An increase of J. CAMERA ENTHUSIASTS <;,

1.01 mills this year with 2787
Make no mistake about it . Missionary_ProgramA I mills for 1947-48 against 26_86 .y THE CAMERA CENTER c:.

GULP products Rive you quiCK program "Nazarene- Missions I mills for last year. s:. is now equipped with a repair department. All work 4....

starts, fast warm-ups and immediate in India" was presented by I Boynton-This year's levy to b! .. will be promptly done by experts familiar with all s:.

power. We invite you Mrs. Christine Pitts at the August i 27.77 mills as against 25.66 mils makes of domestic and foreign cameras. ...

to make us your gasoline and meeting of the Nazarene Woman's ; for last year, a raise of 2.11 mills.

oil headquarters . to see our Missionary Society held at the I Delray Beach-A levy of 23.27 t. OFFICEGRIFFITH 4.

stock of Mopar parts and look home of Mrs. Vedene Todd en'' mills for this year as against 22.41 INC. :.

over our used car For all your Thursday night of last week. Mr.. mill last year, an increasse of .86 313-15-17 Datura St.WEST. Phone 5885 4..
Fanny Todd was in charge of the mills. C PALM BCACU FIJI. i
auto needs . see us. .:.
devotionals. Others taking part Boca Raton-22.87 mills to be

were Mrs. Lois Todd Mrs. Mattie i: levied this year as compared to ++++.r>+++<. V+ ++++

Spooner Mrs. Margaret Gant and 22.01 mills in 1946-47a raise of

|_ AKE SHORE Mrs. Pearl Spooner.Mr. 1 .86 mills. -- .- ---- ._ I Ii
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and Mrs. Charles Maxson 1 i Beach were listed as 28.92 mills

are spending two weeks with relatives ; for this year as against 28.76 mills i !

in West Point, Miss. last year, a raise of .16 mills. ;

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I New Name-Is Given Mr and Mrs Albert Gant and Mr. and Mrs B. \\.. Wood hare Mrs \\". R 1Vilson l and sons ofDonaldsonv

family have moved from Panok-a as guests her si.ter.Irs.. Elsi? ille. Ga.. are guests other

to make their home in Delrav: ,. Collins of Lyons, Ga., and Irs. parents. Mr and Mrs Walter
G. Hull, in Pahokee
Big County Airport
Beach Their daughter. Gwen Collins'son.. Lt. Mandle Collins Mrs R. G. Johnson. accompaniedby ,
will return in September to who returned
recently from overseas -
Mrs C. T. Jackson and son.
complete her senior year at Pahc- duty in Japan and is now on
Morrison
field is now the "Palm
Payne returned last week from a
Mr. and Mrs. Lavon Bachelorof
kee High School and while atten terminal leave from the Armv
Valerie Beach County International Air- visit with her -nter. lrs. Lamar
Pahokte. ,
a daughter ing school will make her horn Mrs Wood and her guests spentMonday
port. Parker in Macon Ga.
Taya, Aug8.. with her brother-in-law and sister, and Tuesday fishing it
Mr. and Ir.s. of Resolutions it that Frank Johnson. 39. former Canal
George Rushing giving name Mr. and Mrs Baldy" Adams. Jensen Beach.
Pahokre, a son, Cecil Argustus, offered by Commissioner Lake Ly- Mr and Mrs Dan Carpenter anJ Thomas Howes visited friends in Point resident died at Hawthorne ..

Aug. 9. tal, were adopted by the county daughter. Carol have returned Gainesville and his sister Miss Thursday after a short illnesj

Mr. and Mrs Lawrence Dany of commLsssion MondayLytal: explained -' from a :v weeks vacation spent Nell Howes. visited friends m Burial was made in Hawthorne on

Pahokee, a son. Aug 10. that, since> the county expects "::t: -tla'ives Texas Oklahoma Sunday.
I l in Lakeland over the weekend I __
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Mr and Mrs William Allen of to get the big former arm, I 4 .
and Arkan=:!s.Yhile they ,
(I away I I Curtis Russom and daughters of 0
( A new insulint consisting
South Bay, a daughter. Aug. 4. airport back into its possession i I al-o tour u the New England returned home last weekend from "
Dr. and Mrs. Emil Gra- and it for com- per cent silica and 94 per cent air
Joseph soon use largely I States and while in Rhode Island I I Maryland where he has been engaged -
ham of Pahokee Carol mercial the name will make more room in refrigerators -
a daughter purposes new visited their son Milton Carpenter in the contract vegetable ;
Susan 1.Mr. advisable from a puo- bv permitting thinner
Aug. was thought seaman 1-c, who is stationed harvesting business this summer.
and Mrs. Thomas Marion walls without loss of cfficienc'orld's '.
standpoint.
licity-getting at the Newport naval base. Mrs. Rusfsom and small son are - -
Prevatt Jr., of Clewiston a son A suitable tablet will continueto Coach and Mrs. Clyde Alley and spending several days with relatives -
Thomas III 4. of the late \\ largest waterwheel gen-
Marion
Aug. perpetauate memory children have returned from a in Leesburg before return-
Mr. and Mrs. John Edward Grace Morrison under a motion summer vacation spent with relatives rator. built for Grand Coulee

Cochran Jr., of Pahokee a son by Commissioner A, A, Poston in McAndrew Ky. Coach Al- ing.Mr and Mrs M P. Holman returned Dam, weighs 2000.000 pounds

John Edward III. July 31. and referred to Col Lawrence ley is now making plans to take last week from a vacation i produces 146000 hp
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Phillips cf Hickam, director. Miss
airport
his 1947 Pahokee Blue Devil foot- of several weeks spent in Colorado '
Belle Glade a son Lester Aug. 4. Mornson was an early promoterof ball squad to a preseason training Illinois and Cuba.

- aviation here and the field was camp for two weeks before the Miss Helen Howes returned last County Rock Pit
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Fields, Sr., named after her. of school.
opening week from Lake Junaluska. N C,
and children returned last week Prospects look favorable for Mr. and Mrs. John A Dulanyand where she represented the Glades

from a month's vacation in North housing the recently authorized son Phillip Allen, have returned subdistrict of the Methodist Youfi Is FloodedThe

Carolina and Virginia.Classified state-county health unit in some from Clinton, N C., where Fellowship at the young people's' I.
buildings at the airport one of Mr Dulany was manager of a produce leadership conference of the
county rook pit near tht
them a former army moving-pic market this summer. Enroute Southeastern jurisdiction of the
I I Pahokee State Farmers MarketIs
ture theater.Mr. home they visited in Mountain She
Methodist Churches gave a
.- ,Ii flooded' according to a statement -
Ads City, Tenn., and were the guests of
I i report on the conference at a II i this week hv County Commissioner -
Mr and Mrs B. Waring in Mad
Glade MYF subdistrict meetingin Paul Hard In. Rock
ison, Fla. I Belle Glade Thursday night. j
digging at the pit was. halted
PUBLIC Stenographer Mrs. VanJ. Mrs Lorene Glennon had
as Others from Pahokee who attendPd -
I the middle of June when water
York at Everglades Discount I guests over the weekend Tom and the subdistrict meeting were' became so high that operationscould

Company in new Wroten Buildingon Ben Rogers Mrs. George Tinsle i I i Laurie Rogers. Joyce Field Glen not he carried on pron-
Bacom Point Road in Paho- I and Mr and Mrs Eugene Rogers|!I Sowder Nell Howes and Rev Ca1 .-- tably.

kee. tf and Mrs. Walter Hull and and children, all of Fort Mvers '!'i I son T. I iowe>1. I

daughter WaltaNell, left this I .
SEPTIC tanks and grease traps
cleaned and repaired phone week for a month's vacation .1 l

3872. Bob Douthit Pahokee. M17c Hendersonville N. C., They wi J
also visit relatives in Georgia
FOR SALE: New Willys Jeep while away. lI

Walter Ashley Garage in Belle | Pahokee boys returning from \\e
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Glade Phone 126. Jllch summer camps in North Carolina ,

I Wednesday included Jimmy Col- '
FOR RENT: South ': Section H, \\\\0 1
son George and Jimmy Rozelle. s
(254 acres), at Sand Cut. Phone
I who have been attending the
584. Jlltf I
I Ridgecrest Camp and Frank Ro- c..O\\\\e6

FDR SALE: Hyacinth bucket for I I zelle Jr., who spent six weeks at

3-4 yard dragline. Phone 584. I the Brevard.Translyv Mrs ania Frank Music Colson Camp met in , O\s ffAL I a 111.; : U

FOR RENT: 60 acres in Sec. 23. them at the train in West Palm f
north of Canal Point. Mrs. Beach. JrFa

Hazel Love, 2100 Georgia Ave. Dumas Turner returned to his \\t6t\\G

W. Palm Beach. Up home in Columbus, S. C., Thursday a .

after a week's visit with her
FOR SALE: 26-foot Cns-Craft
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and
Cruiser 1940 model fully equ'ippt'd -
Mrs. Vandegnft. Pahokee.
Roy in
first class condition, sleeps
Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Boe and
four. $3,000. Farm Machinery and
children were accompanied home ...... .
Supply Co. Canal Point, Fla. or ..
from a visit with relatives in -
Pahokee Phone 531, J252
Winter Haven last weekend by
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FOR RENT OR *.\...;: South half their niece, Janice Boland who is

of 10-43-37 About liz miles east their house guest.

of Belle Glade-Pahokee Road at Mr and Mrs. Sam J. William

Runyan. This land is thoroughly had as guests the past week his

ditched. is in the east shore drainage sister Mrs. Ruth Mizelle and

district and lays adjacent to daughter Kay of Winter Garden I
the main drainage canal. Will rent Mr. and Mrs. Kit Whorton and II

all or part at $15.00 per acre or two grandchildren will return today I I

sell at a reasonable price. Also from a three weeks' vacation I|I

section 1 in the same townshipand spent at Jensen Beach.

drainage district, which his Eleven members of the

recently been cleared at $10.00 pr mt'diatpIYF of the Pahokee tnter-I

acre. These two parcels are sur- I Methodist Church spent the

rounded by sugar cane and vegetable -I week at the Methodist Miami Dis. Ell.

farming. Owner A. N. Kei.nedy. .- j I trict's camp for Intermediates at

Geneseo. New York or your ; Camp Flaming Arrow near Act S.rJD y Ih
broker St. A 15chtf burndale. Included in the group .

were John Rogers Janie Hamilton.
\\'.\ TED: Long term mortgage !) Thelma Vann. Ronnie May Donald | RAINBOW SPRINGS a fe M nDer.cn .. rxt:: 01 1I1"eQ

loans, ten to twenty years, on I Adams Mary Ann Howe. Joan :: Hs-:: .ia: is ono'h r of! Flosr ni]. !b r:;'? St
located farm cattle ranch I ro,. S
well or i .
I Roberta Hatton. Lovd 11 .
Sheppard crystal-clear *:n1' with :I..rs so It-p'i th-]
also business C. A. | .tOI/ ,
lind. property i Williams Louise Hatton and De j .
Bailey Phone 70, Belle Glade StichLOST |Ilorez"illiams.. Transportation ti tics Q:1Illn1: subznann. h'!. can: i.e
I s.rvei Oass: .b t' .d be's of! ,
land I from the was : rq'J" :iesiln
: Bunch of keys in leather camp furnished I II a.OhQ'q
binder house and office keys. by Mrs Ruth Hatton. Louis! Yarn' -s VIS.:):$ a c:-$"..OJ view ;:t 1.-. :eir r "] 'e:

will pay reward for return to Mr' I and Rev. C. T. Howes si:;.: 's aWhen d senes: liP er.

Hazel l Chastain Port Mavaca Itp Mr. and Mrs P. M Cate. Jr ,
and children. accompanied bv Barbara -
j'I
Phillips' have returned from a

i vacation spent in Asheville N. C

Mr and Mrs C. Wroten have 1
NOTICE returned from a visit with her sister -

Mrs Mae Bailev, in Jacksonville you get a close-up

_
:My office will be Mrs R R. Stanley of Perry was of lAX Beer, the Southeast's fir f :o'-s D-"k cf Frerd: .

Closed I the guest,. of her brother J. V.". shp your eyes w.Il tell l you that: cor: : is golden: ard

Rogers. and other relatives in Pa- perfect you !I savor its !reh. rich fragrance, and Y o j il l '

AUGUST 2 through ij i h..kef'.t"r the wet.kt'n.t. truly relish the gc::d, saLsfr.g: rr.eibv/! flavor cf th.s (,. U t.

-- great betrr lAX is brewed b rere! the exctn: J i

AUGUST 25 NOTICE tastes: cf Scutheas'ern! beer Isvers and justly derer.si's f

Public notice is hereby giv''''". ,, d trctwn: a a famous regional beer Ask f br I lAX '.' i
that the undersigned intends t ''
You can t buy be"er: !beer ct
while I am on tit y register with the Ork of the (':1'I I cny p.e

.nit Court of Pal-n Beach OHI.VFl Wn'. fa i
vacation hq fprN a+.d 1>001'I.. dar cl loa t. I
->nJi: pursuant to Setxt . r I f
>:M>}. Florida Statutes 1941 .i .

Dr. ROLAND fut:tious naT.e t<> wit: F .ir-\\'ax I
/ / /
Service tatlO::. under whi'i wP / atER

are enraged m bj.:;..-ess at PaK -
R.LONG kee Florida

Ronald H tt'atson JACKSONVILLE FLORIDASoy
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-HE.NTIST- I| Jack A. Piull p+ i lAX You can't buy better beer of any price1Friday '

Pub July 25 \:;z\. -. 15 147 I



Eight The Everglades New!. Canal Point Florida; F,-iw.iv:. Aut la, 194?

,
years as State Attorney of a large i Scence Soul IS properly ta? :Mr=, C A. BaL telIr az.i11":_ : L. G. Ahl.rnan; : Kft t....- ""' 'oK
For Attorney General judicial: circuit and several terms synonym: of Spirt.or God: but P.obt>rt"alker.. accompanied r>> for a criet \i-it in Renders onill" .
as :Mayor of a small town. gi\- out of Science. soul is identical I."alker's X, C. He will: be anonpanieJhoiie
I son Bobbie
me the wide range of experienl"necu.oary .; with sense with material seru..ltion" were ,
Alderman
called : bMr:" and son.
I to Barn v lie. Ga.
: : Mondayby
to qualify me to do th;s f4 2:6... .
the death of their brother. Tnpp who have boonpinilins; the
work efficiently and in the public ----
I Edward A\era. 45. Funeral ser- summer there with her parents.
interest. Mr and Mrs Jesse Walton left
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\iceand burial were at Bair j
T Nl The Attorney General is legal this week for
a visit; with relativesin
Mile on \Vednesdav They will to : Mr and \lrs. Roy Vandegrift.Sr. .
adviser to the Governor and the
Ga.
Atlanta and other
point
accompanied home by their sifter .. have as a guest their granddaughter -
I shall
members of his cabinet. north.
MrBob Joe Sanders and their V e o Vandegrft. of
discharge these and all other .
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mother. Mrs J. \\'. Bachelor who' Scranton S. C.
duties of this office with fairness
and Mrs Jimmy Bachelor and children have been_visiting m Georgia. .I ------ -
impartiality- will return this week from a :\ and :\lr-. Max D Ammor!
t 1 visit with her parents in Panami A. J. Ludeman has returned are spending a week with relativesin ,
CHI KCH OF CIIRIVTSCIENTIST
City. from a visit in Buffalo X. Y. St. AugustinoLINDSLEV ,

"SOCL" is the subject of the
Lesson-sermon which will be readin

Churches of Christ. Scientist: .

August throughout 17. the world on Sunday. I = --*W a

The Golden Text is "Lo. this sour -

God: we have waited for him <
ir3ifLrl'A7UWQj ; El
and he will save us: this i'l' th"

Lord: we have waited for him w- #4

L. Grady Burton will be glad and rejoice in his sil-' / MAJtS'rICUBDftGRQUBD

.- - ; vation" (Isaiah 25:9), GENUIN ;

In a prepared statement released -| Among the citations which con1 -

today L., Grady Burton prominent 1! prise the Lesson-Sermon is the
\Vauchiila attorney who served I following from the Bible: "Hear ltetlVtR
AtB6E
:t\tral terms as Major and 13 I 10 Israel: The Lord our God is on' j

\ears a large judicial circuit announced 'j thy God with all thine heart and :g r! ffh ff---P[; JJfJlE 7FZf:.
with all soul and with all = . =
thy -
that he would be a candidate fir thy =-- = = -=- ==== = -= -=;:- =- - =-
the office of Attorney General cf might" (Deut 6-1-5) -ANIMALPBOOFOD0RL&5 -
Florida, subject to the 1948 Democratic The Lesson Sermon also include 88
primaries next May the following passage from the -YJRMWPR00FCOHVCNJBIX CONCEALEDIt's

His statement announcing his Christian Science textbook. "Sc-
(candidacy follows: "I will be a I once and Health with Key to th' the proper way to keep your

candidate for Attorney General of I Scriptures." by Mary Bake Eddy: .:- garbage under control and .
Florida the 194S Democratic "The proper use of the word soul t1
in out of sight! It is net necessary
Pnmam The work of the Attorney can always be gained by substituting .
Generalitally affects the word God. where the for you to handle a messy smelly and f Ithy:

every citizen business and officialin 1 I deific meaning is required In ? Garbage Cah when you have a MAJESTIC

Florida. I believe that my I other casE's.LSe' the word sense, UNDERGROUND RECEIVER. You simply st-p

thirty years in the practice of law and you will have the scientific! :1 '4; '' on the pedal to lift the lid. When once closed

including) more than eighteen signification. As used in Christian t. "it Fat : '. the pedal fods! back flat out of the way.-



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air ptiHtr . on the ;:ri>uiid a* sell ain the L.\. '
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